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

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

Notes

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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University of Florida
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Preceded by:
Spillway
Succeeded by:
Faro (Balboa, Panama)

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The Panama


Canal Spillway


Vol. XIII, No. 34


Friday, February 21, 1975


Panama Canal

To Participate

In Chorrera Fair
The Panama Canal Company
pavilion at the annual Agricultural,
Commercial, Industrial and Folk-
loric Fair at La Chorrera will house
mounted photographs and transpar-
encies of many of the ships that
have transmitted the Canal during its
60 years of operation.
The photographic display will be
on exhibit during the entire period
of the fair which will be held in
La Chorrera from February 26 to
March 3.
The exhibit will be sent to La
Chorrera in response to a formal in-
vitation for the Canal Zone to take
part in the fair which was extended
to Gov. David S. Parker by the pr-
ganizing committee.
Another highlight of the fair will
be the lively music of Lucho AzcA-
rraga who will play his famous
organ each day. A combo from the
776th U.S. Air Force Band will also
entertain fairgoers.
All Canal Zone residents are in-
vited to attend the fair and view
the varied displays and activities.


Deadline Nears

For Inspection

Of Private Cars
Only 1 week remains before the
deadline for the 1975 safety in-
spection of privately-owned motor
vehicles licensed in the Canal Zone.
All cars must pass the annual in-
spection no later than February 28.
Inspections are performed from
7 a.m. to 5 p.m. throughout the
regular workweek Monday through
Friday in the Panama Canal Motor
Transportation Division garages at
Ancon and Cristobal. Inspections
are conducted through the lunch
hour.
The inspection covers brakes,
lighting system, windows, wind-
shields and windshield wipers, turn
indicators, horns, wheel alinement,
steering gear, exhaust system, tires
and other parts of the car which
affect safety.
The cost of the inspection, in-
cluding sticker and certificate, is
75 cents. Vehicle registration must
be presented at the time of inspec-
tion. Canal Zone vehicle regulations
require that all privately-owned
motor vehicles, including motor-
cycles, trailers and semitrailers, in-
cluding boat trailers, registered in
the Canal Zone be inspected each
year during the months of January
and February.

Okla. U. Director

To Conduct Seminar
Dr. Frank Peirce, Director of the
School of Social Work, University
of Oklahoma, will be at Fort Clay-
ton for the Social Work Seminar,
Social Work Practice With Groups,
February 24-March 1.
Dr. Peirce will be available for
appointments with all persons in-
terested in Social Work Classes, or
in ihe complete Master Degree Pro-
gram in Social Work, on Feb-
ruary 26, between 10 a.m. and 12
noon. Call the Oklahoma Office at
87-3240 for an appointment.


Then


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History seems to have a way of repeating itself, as evidenced by these two
photos taken 21 years, minus 1 day, apart. At left, Lt. Col. David S. Parker,
Military Assistant to the Governor, places a streamer on unit flag during
February 8, 1954, ROTC review in his honor at Balboa Stadium. At right,


Retroactive Pay

To Show Up in

Feb. 24 Paychecks
Fatter paychecks will be received
Monday, February 24, by classified
and related employees of the Pan-
amna Canal organization.
The additional amount, approxi-
mately $329,000, will be the retro-
active payment of salary increases
that were withheld pending ap-
proval which was received in No-
vember from the Office of Manage-
ment and Budget. The retroactive
pay will go to some 3,600 employ-
ees for the three pay periods, Octo-
ber 13 through November 23.
Employees of the Police and Fire
divisions received retroactive pay
in their December 30 paychecks
and retroactive increases for teach-
ers showed up in the January 27
paychecks.
About 380 employees of the
Police and Fire divisions received
$374,000 in retroactive pay and 880
teachers received $318,000. These
amounts covered 10 and 6 pay
periods, respectively.

Engineers Plan

Energy Seminar
As part of Engineers' Week, which
extends through February 22, an
energy seminar will be held from
9 a.m. to 1 p.m., February 22, at
the Balboa High School auditorium.
Topics under discussion will be:
"The World Energy Crisis," "The
Local Petroleum Situation and Fu-
ture Outlook," "Gasoline Utilization
and Conservation," and "Electrical
Energy Production in the Canal
Zone and Panama." Attendance is
free and light refreshments will be
served.
Reservations for the seminar may
be made by calling 52-3421.


The Easter Swim Trials for the
Atlantic area will be held at the
Margarita Pool at 9 a.m., March 15,
and deadline for entry is 5 p.m.,
March 1.
Sponsored by the Canal Zone Di-
vision of Schools, this meet is open
to students attending Canal Zone
schools, dependents of U.S. citizens
and dependents of Canal Zone res-
idents. Contestants may enter three


Annual safety awards for 1974,
in the form of letters of commen-
dation from Gov. David S. Parker,
were presented by Acting Gov.
Richard L. Hunt, in separate cere-
monies, to three Panama Canal bu-
reau directors on the Pacific side the
past week. Governor Parker will
make the presentation on the At-
lantic side next week.
In a ceremony held Tuesday
morning on the front steps of the
Administration Building, Engineer-
ing and Construction Director Col.
Albert L. Romaneski received a
Superius Safety Award for his bu-
reau's achievement of a 27 percent
improvement in the disability injury
frequency rate in comparison to the
bureau's previous 5-year mean
average frequency.
In the afternoon, in a ceremony
held in the Marine Bureau Office of
the Director, Capt. Donald A.
Dertien received a Meritus Safety
Award in recognition of this bu-
reau's obtaining a 14 percent im-
provement in disability injury fre-
quency and the Supply and Com-
munity Service Bureau Director,
Richard K. Erbe, was presented a
Superius Safety Award for his bu-
reau's achievement of a 34 percent
improvement, at another ceremony
held in the Governor's Office.
At a ceremony to be held next
Wednesday at the Cristobal Pier
Office, Governor Parker will present
a Superius Safety Award to Trans-
portation and Terminals Director,
Charles R. Clark, for that bureau's
accomplishment of a 39 percent im-
provement in the disabling injury
frequency rate.
In May 1974, Canal organization
employees worked 13 consecutive
days, more than 1 million man-
hours, without a disabling injury,


events in their respective age group
and must be 17 years or under.
Ribbons will be awarded the first
four places and those swimmers
making "cut times" or better in their
events will be eligible to enter the
Easter Classic scheduled for April 5,
at the Camboa Pool.
Entry forms are available at the
Catun, Margarita, Rainbow City,
Coco Solo and military pools.


... and Now


Governor Parker places a streamer for best marching unit on Company C
flag during JROTC Battalion review in his honor February 7, 1975, at
Balboa Stadium. Assisting Governor Parker is Sfc. MichaeJ Wiggins,
Senior Army Instructor with the ROTC unit at Balboa High School.


believed to be a record accomplish- t pen ouses


ment in the organization.
Brass plates attesting to the re-
ceipt of the above safety awards
presented will be installed in a dis-
play case at the Balboa Service
Center.


The Panama Canal representative to
the Youth Activities Carnival to be
held at Fort Davis April 2-6 is pretty
Brenda Yerxa, 16-year-old, sopho-
more at Cristobal High School. She
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Yerxa, of Gatun. Yerxa is
employed by the Industrial Division
in Mount Hope and Mrs. Yerxa
works in youth activities at Fort
Davis. Brenda was born in Somer-
ville, Mass., and lived in Boston
prior to coming to the Canal Zone.


Panama Canal employees and
members of the 'general public will
have an opportunity to bid fare-
well next week to Gov. and Mrs.
David S. Parker, who soon will
leave the Isthmus as their tour of
duty here terminates.
An open house has been sched-
uled for each side of the Isthmus,
one from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m., Feb-
ruary 25, at the new Balboa Cafe-
teria, and another on the Atlantic
side from 2 to 4 p.m., February 26
at the Cristobal Service Center. The
Balboa Cafeteria is being utilized in
order to give all workers and their
families an opportunity to visit the
new facility. Light refreshments will
be served on both occasions, but
the new Balboa cafeteria will not
open for business until next month.
To avoid waiting and reduce
congestion at the Cafeteria, and to
ensure that operations won't suffer,
it is suggested that supervisors re-
lease their personnel in relays.


New Community

Center to Open

At Gatun Today
The new Gatun Community Cen-
ter, Building 206, will open to the
general public today.
The new center will house a com-
pletely air-conditioned superette,
snackbar, minitheater, post office,
library and barbershop. There will
be no change in the present hours of
operation for each facility as re-
located from the Gatun Service
Center, Building 160.
The newly introduced 16mm.
minitheater will open its doors at
7 tonight with the Walt Disney
technicolor movie The Ugly Dachs-
hund. At 7 p.m., Saturday, the fea-
ture will be The Sound of Music
and Skyjacked will be shown on
Sunday night.
There will be junior matinees at
2 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.
The new community center is
located at the site of the old ele-
mentary school, which was built in
1916 and used as a school until a
few years ago.


T&T Safety Record Tops Public May Bid


PC or '74 Achievement Parkers Farewell
A ___ O ...


Atlantic Area Swim Trials Scheduled


Gift of the Panama Canal Museum


More Than 60 Years of Service to World Commerce


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THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


February 21. 1975


(Schedule subject to change without notice)


FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21
3:00-Sesame Street
4:00-Electric Company
4:30-Cartoon Carnival
4:50-Another World
5:10-Alcohol Special (Color)
5:35-Jackpot
6:00-Dateline
6:40-Password All-Stars (Color)
7:05-Bonanza
7:55-Greatest Fights of the Century
8:10-CBS News: "Sixty Minutes" (Color)
9:00-Focus on Today
9:20-Movie: "I Deal in Danger"
10:50--n Concert (Rock Music Special)
11:55-Something Else

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22
12:05-Penelope's Parlor
12:35-Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea
1:25-Saturday Playhouse:
"The Jackpot"
2:50-NCAA Basketball: UCLA vs. Oregon
(Color)
4:05-All-Star Wrestling (Color)
4:45-White Scape
5:10-Buck Owens Ranch Show (Color)
5:35-Jerry Vale's World (Color)
6:00-Weekend '75
6:15-Primus
6:40-Good Times
7:05-Room 222
7:30-The Partridge Family
8:00-lQud Pasa?
8:05-Variety Special: "Monty Hall at
Sea World" (Color)
9:00--Focus on Today
9:20-SCN Special of the Week:
California Jam Part 1 (Color)
10:25-Creature Feature:
"Son of Godzilla"
11:50-Jimmy Dean (Color)
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23
12:00-Christopher Close-Up
12:30-Human Dimensions
1:00-Sunday Playhouse:
"Blondie in Society"
2:15-NBA Basketball: Los Angeles vs.
Detroit (Color)
3:55-Bob Hope Desert Classic (Color)
5:10-Issues and Answers (Color)
5:30-The Reasoner Report
6:00-Chronicle
6:40-Secrets of the Deep
7:05-Carol Burnett Show (Color)
8:00--lu Pasa?
8:05-Perry Mason
9:00-Focus on Today
9:20-Movie: "The File on Devlin"
10:35-The Weekend Tonight Show
(Color) (Adult)

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24
3:00-The Magical Mystery Trip Through
Little Red's Head
3:50-Electric Company


BALBOA (Air-Conditioned)
Fri., 6:30, 8:10-Sat., 2:30-Journey Back
to Oz (SIT) (G)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00-Dracula: 1972 (PG)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 10:00 a.m.-Moon Zero Two
(SIT) (G)
Sun. KJ Mat., 12:30-80 Steps to Jonah (G)
Sat.-Mon., 6:15, 8:10-Sun., 2:30, 6:15, 8:10
-The Parallax View (SIT) (R)
Tues.-Wed., 6:15, 8:00-Honor Thy Father
(SIT) (G)
Thurs.-Battle of the Bulge (G)

COCO SOLO (Air-Conditioned)
Fri.-The Magic World of Topo Gigio (G)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 2:00-The Three Worlds of
Gulliver (G)
Sat., 7:30-El Dorado (G)
Sun., 2:00, 7:30-Mon., Tues., 7:30-
Airport 1975 (PG)
Wed., 7:30-Paul and Michelle (PG)
Thurs., 7:30-A Gunfight (PG)

RAINBOW CITY (Air-Conditioned)
Fri.-Sat.-CLOSED
Sun. (Prerelease)-Black Gun (SIT) (R)
Mon.-The Priest's Wife and Jeff (SIT) (PG)
Tues.-Paul and Michelle (PG)
Wed.-Thurs.-Airport 1975 (PG)

MARGARITA*
Fri.-Flipper (G)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00-Mr. Majestyk (PG)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Jason and the Argonauts
(G)
Sat.-Conrack (SIT) (PG)
Sun. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Black Beauty (G)
Sun.-The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (PG)
Mon.-Love, Pain and the Whole Damn Thing
(R)


4:20-Cartoon Carnival
4:50-Another World
5:10-Camera Three
5:35-Truth or Consequences
6:00-Evening Report
6:40-Let's Make a Deal
7:05-Ben Casey
8:00-Qu6 Pasa?
8:05-Alcohol Special: "Drink, Drank,
Drunk"
9:00-Focus on Today
9:20-Movie: "Pursued"
11:00-Hollywood TV Theatre:
"Enemies"
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25
3:00-New Zoo Revue
3:25-Animal World (Color)
3:50-Electric Company
4:25-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-Qud Pasa?
8:05-NBC News: More Than a Dream
(Color)
9:00-Focus on Today
9:20-Movie: "Al Jennings of Oklahoma"
10:40-Mike Douglas
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26
3:00-Sesame Street
4:00-Electric Company
4:30-Cartoon Carnival
4:50-Another World
5:10-Treasure Unlimited
5:35-The $10,000 Pyramid
6:00-Dateline
6:40-To Tell the Truth (Color)
7:05-The Sonny Comedy Revue (Color)
8:00-Qu6 Pasa?
8:05-Ozzie's Girls
8:30-Trails to Adventure
9:00-Focus on Today
9:20-Movie: "Carry on Teacher"
10:45-The Tonight Show
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27
3:00-Make a Wish
3:25-Wild Kingdom (Color)
3:50-Electric Company
4:25-The Real McCoys
4:50-Another World
5:10-Medix
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 (Color)
8:30-The Way It Was
9:00-Focus on Today
9:20-Movie: "Wherever She Goes"
10:40-NBA Basketball: Los Angeles vs.
Buffalo (Color)


Tues.-Joe Kidd (PG)
Wed.-Thurs.-CLOSED
GATUN-MINI THEATER
(Air-Conditioned)
Fri., 7:00-Sat., 2:00-The Ugly Dachshund
Sa;., 7:00-Sun., 2:00-The Sound of Music
Sun. 7:00 p.m.-Skyjacked
Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs-CLOSED
GAMBOA'
Fri.-Shane (SIT) (G)
Friday Owl Show, 9:30--Invisible Invasion (G)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 6:15-Hey There, It's Yogi Bear
(G)
Sat., 8:15-Munster Go Home (SIT) (G)
Sun.-Where the Lilies Bloom (G)
Mon.-CLOSED
Tues.-Fat City (SIT) (PG)
Wed.-The Optimists (G)
Thurs.-CLOSED
PARAISO*
Fri.-Sat.-CLOSED
Sun.-The Killers and Buck and the Preacher
(SIT) (PG)
Mon.-Fat City (SIT) (PG)
Tues.-CLOSED
Wed.-Across 110th Street and The Landlord
(SIT) (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.


SAFETY SUGGESTION AWARD-Eddie B. Good- Robert E. O'Connor, Labor Relations Officer for the
rich, Chief, Projects Branch, receives the congratula- Engineering and Construction Bureau. Goodrich sug-
tions of Engineering and Construction Director Col. gested that gasoline vapor detectors be installed on all
Albert L. Romaneski upon being awarded a certificate gasoline-powered small boats operated by the Canal
and a $25 check for a suggestion submitted under the organization. The device safeguards against accidental
Incentive Awards Program. Also present are Robert J. fire or explosion due to gasoline vapors, thereby con-
Risberg, Chief, Engineering Division, at left, and tributing to the protection of life and property.


Save Time, Money

With Proper Use

Of Appliances

Your electric clothes washer, along
with your automatic dryer, are the
greatest labor - saving household
servants you have ... and they work
for just pennies a day. Here are a
few hints for the most economical
use of your washer and dryer:
. Wash full loads. This will save
you time, hot water and electricity.
* Do not over-wash or over-dry.
This only wastes time and elec-
tricity.
* Use lowest water temperature
that will give desired results. Warm
or cold water is perfectly satisfac-
tory for rinsing. In fact, cold rinse
is best for permanent press, wash-
and-wear or any synthetic fabrics.
This also reduces electric consump-
tion of the water heater.
. Measure detergents. Too much
or too little can produce poor re-
sults.
* Lint traps should be cleaned
frequently. A clogged lint trap or
filter vent will reduce the unit's effi-
ciency.
* Providing a vent from the dryer
to the outside will exhaust heat and
moisture, saving on air-conditioning
costs.
* If the appliance fails to operate,
refer first to your instruction book-
let. The problem may be a simple
one and save you a service call.


Local Toastmasters

Elect New Officers
Georges Bouche, Larry Paxton,
and Jim Bogan have recently been
elected to president, educational
vice president, and sergeant-at-arms
respectively of the Isthmian Toast-
masters Club 1788-U.
The club is a nonprofit edu-
cational organization which aims
at developing communication and
leadership skills. It is affiliated with
Toastmasters International in Santa
Ana, Calif. These men have been
active in reorganizing the local club,
in addition to fulfilling their numer-
ous speaking assignments for meet-
ings.
Bouche works as a management
analyst, Paxton as a civil engineer,
and Jim Bogan as a computer pro-
gramer.


Nine out of a group of ten Amer-
ican tourists recently 'acquired ty-
phoid fever while visiting a small
Caribbean country. The cause was
the water supply and the only one
who did not drink the tap water in
this country did not contract ty-
phoid.
It is important to learn how to
avoid disease in areas where the
sanitation is poor or nonexistent.
Carbonated bottled beverages are
usually safe, if there is any doubt
about the tap water. Water to be


Next in C.Z. Library

Film Series Scheduled

For March 3 at JWB
The fourth part of Jacob Bronow-
ski's Ascent of Man 13 part film
series being offered by the Canal
Zone Library will be shown at 7:30
p.m. on Monday, March 3, at the
JWB auditorium.
Part 4 is entitled "The Hidden
Structure" and covers fire as the
transforming element, the structure
of alloys and alchemical theory.
Also being shown during the month
of March are parts 5 and 6 on
March 17 and 31, respectively. In
part 5, "The Music of the Spheres,"
Bronowski explains the rise and sig-
nificance of mathematical theories
and in part 6, "The Starry Mes-
senger," he talks about the emer-
gence of the science of astronomy.
All showings are at the JWB at
7:30 p.m., and are free of charge.
The public is invited to attend.


Health



Notes



used for drinking should be boiled
or treated with 2 to 4 drops per
quart of a 4-6 percent chlorine
bleach solution at least 30 minutes
before drinking. Halizone sold at
the retail store may also be used.
Contaminated water is unsafe for
swimming. Ice and ice cream should
be avoided but foods that have
been heated and served while hot
generally are safe. Milk must be
boiled to be safe. Leafy vegetables
are unsafe unless they have been
treated with a chlorine solution.
Fruits peeled by the individual just
before eating are usually safe, but
care should be taken that the out-
side of the peel does not come in
contact with the portion that is to
be eaten.
Typhoid vaccination is recom-
mended by the Public Health Serv-
ice only for persons who will visit
or reside for extended periods in
areas of poor sanitation.


Singles Club Plans

Bicycle Ride Picnic
The Isthmian Singles Club in-
vites everyone, married, children
and adults, to a bicycle ride picnic
at Summit Garden, Sunday, Feb-
ruary 23. Bring your own food.
Games will be held.
A bicycle caravan to Summit
Garden will start from the Diablo
Clubhouse at 9 a.m. Trucks will
follow the caravan in case someone
cannot make it bicycling. The picnic
starts at 10 a.m.


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


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February 21, 1975


THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


Know Your

Mrs. Norma B. Miller, of Diablo,
was recently elected secretary of
the Pacific Civic Council after
having been appointed to fill a va-
cancy on the council during the
second half of 1974.
Mrs. Miller is a registered nurse
who attended Wesley Junior Col-
lege in Dover, Del., and graduated
from the Lucy Webb Hayes
School of Nursing at Sibley Hos-
pital in Washington, D.C. She came
to the Canal Zone in 1965 with the
fonner Penny Catron (now Mrs.
J. E. Lotterhos, of Jackson, Miss.),
a nursing school classmate who had
lived in the Canal Zone. She worked
only a year and a half, however,
before marrying James R. Miller, a
traffic policeman, and settling down
to life as a housewife.
Mrs. Miller says she misses
nursing very much, but plans not
to return to work until Jimmy, 7,
and Eddie, 5, are grown or part-
time or day work becomes avail-
able.
She characterizes herself as "a
real stay-at-homer" who "thor-
oughly believes in the mother
caring for the family and doing the
cooking and all housework."
Besides making nearly all of her
own clothes-she taught herself to
sew-and gardening, Mrs. Miller
enjoys relaxing in the "radio room"
and listening to her husband, a ham
radio operator, make contacts
throughout the world.
She also likes swimming, water
skiing, and horseback riding, and is
interested in art projects. In 1973,
she made large plywood models of
Winnie the Poo and his friends
which were displayed in the Gorgas
Hospital pediatric section during
that Christmas season.
Mrs. Miller taught in the nursery
program at Balboa Union Church
last year. She also helped organize
child day care centers when the
new minimum wage law took effect
in May 1974.
Mrs. Miller is well-traveled. She
was born in Pasadena, Calif., and
graduated from high school in
Easton, Md. Between 1949 and
1957, her father was employed by
Standard Oil, and the family alter-
nated 2 years in Japan with 1 year
in Maplewood, N.J. Mrs. Miller
says she thoroughly enjoyed grow-
ing up in Japan, with lots of ice
skating, riding and swimming. She
once challenged Mount Fuji, but a
typhoon forced her party to turn
back after completing three-fourths
of the climb.


Bicycle Path

Now Open on

Atlantic Side
Hardcnon Road, between France
Field and Fort Gulick on the At-
lantic side, has been rehabilitated
for use as a bicycle riding path.
The Fort Gulick gate No. 2 will
remain open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.
daily to allow access to the bike
path through agreement with the
provost marshal.
Black and white "Bike Xing"
signs are installed 200 feet in ad-
vance in both directions of the in-
tersection of Hardmon Road and
Boyd-Roosevelt Highway. A 10-foot
wide intersection crosswalk is
painted on the highway to caution
cyclists and motorists of the cross-
ing. Highway crossing signs are in
place on the bike path to warn
riders of Boyd-Roosevelt Highway.
All warning signs are posted in
both Spanish and English.
Safety precautions are urged by
all using the new bike path in
crossing Boyd-Roosevelt Highway.
Group travel is encouraged.


Councilmen January Retiree Letter From Oldtimer, 91

List Carries 10 Recalls Life Here in 1906


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Mrs. James Miller

Women's Club Plans

Art Show, Coffee
Members of the Inter-American
Women's Club interested in ex-
hibiting and selling their works of
art or crafts such as decoupage,
papiermache, handmade jewelry
and other hand crafted items may
contact Rose Hannaman, telephone
83-3504; Joan Manfredo, 26-5174;
or Ruth Solow, 23-8450 no later
than February 27.
The art show and coffee planned
by the cultural committee will be
held at 9:30 a.m. on March 7, at
the clubhouse. A highlight will be
a discussion and demonstration of
carlv American art by Gayle Lee.
Tickets, $1.50, may be purchased
by contacting Fannie Sosa, tele-
phone, 25-4247; Nancy Byerts, 23-
5014; or Irene Armor, 23-3652.


Swim Classes

Scheduled at

Los Rios Pool
New swimming classes will start
at the Los Rios Swimming Pool on
Monday, March 3, and will con-
tinue through Friday, April 11.
Registration for residents of Los
Rios, Corozal (Civilian Area), Dia-
blo, and Cardenas will be Feb-
ruary 22 through March 1. Res-
idents of other areas may register
February 23 through March 1.
There will be a limit on all classes
so early registration is requested.
Schedule of Classes
Monday and Wednesday:
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.-Kindergarten
beginners
3:15-4:00 p.m.-Beginners,
grades 1 and 2
4:05-4:55 p.m.-Intermediates,
all grades
Monday and Thursday:
8:30-9:45 a.m.-Ladies begin-
ner swimming and exercise
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:
8:30-9:45 a.m.-Ladies ad-
vanced swimming and exer-
cise
Friday:
3:15-4:30 p.m.-Swimniers,
all grades
For further information, call Los
Rios Swimming Pool, 52-6417.


"Or


'7eefose e 7 When making an
Emergency call "0,"
always inform the
Operator: "This is an
emergency."


Names, Positions
The names of 10 Canal employees
appear on the first January list of
retirees for this year. The employ-
ees, their positions, places of em-
ployment and total years of U.S.
Government service are as follows:
Raymond Abbott, Forklift Operator, Division of
Storehouses, Pacific side: 6 years 4 months
9 days.
Prisciliano Alarcdn, Motor Launch Operator,
Forts Division, Pacific side: 31 years 2
months 16 days.
Mrs. Lucia Ara6z, Nursing Aid, Gorgas Hos-
pital, Pacific side: 29 years 2 months 4
days.
Bruce Banks, Welder, Motor Transportation
Division, Atlantic side: 10 years 1 month
10 days.
Luis A. Bedoya, Stevedore, Terminals Divi-
sion, Pacific side: 22 years 11 months
10 days.
Jacinto Castro, Helper Machinist (Marine),
Dredging Division, Pacific side: 37 years
6 months 10 days.
Baldomero Granado M., Stevedore, Terminals
Division, Pacific side: 23 years 7 months
22 days.
Casimiro Martinez, Linehandler (Deckhand),
Ports Division, Atlantic side: 22 years 1
month 24 days.
Enrique Martinez, Janitor, Locks Division,
Pacific side: 21 years 10 months 21 days.
Mrs. Minnie E. Sebik, Dental Assistant,
Gorgas Hospital, Pacific side: 11 years 7
months 17 days.

Local Youth Elected
Student Body President
Luis Gordon, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Gordon, of Margarita, has
been elected student body pres-
ident at Monterey Institute of For-
eign Studies in California.
Luis is a graduate of the Univer-
sity of the Pacific, in Stockton,
Calif., and is enrolled in the Inter-
national Studies Department of
MIFS.

Inventory Announced
The second floor department store
of the Balboa Retail Store will be
closed for inventory February 25.

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A 91-year-old "oldtimer" who
still refers to his 8 years spent in
the Canal Zone as the "best years
of my life" wrote a nostalgic letter
recently to acknowledge the receipt
of the Panama Canal courtesy cal-
endar sent to him by J. Winter
Collins, the Canal's retirement
counselor.
In retrospect, J. W. Tannehill,
of Brea, Calif., recalled early days
on the Canal, where he said he had
arrived in January 1906 and was
assigned to the Post Office in
Ancon, working under a postmaster
who was really a carpenter. Tanne-
hill remarked that Post Office help
was hard to come by in those days
and noted that a man who was
station agent and postmaster had
died of fellow fever the week be-
fore he had arrived.



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torium, February 21 and 22. Cur-
tain time is 8 p.m.
Laura Gregg is shown as Mrs. Levi
in Cristobal High School's produc-
tion of "The Matchmaker." This
famous comedy by Thornton Wilder
will be presented in the CHS Audi-
torium, February 21 and 22. Cur-
tain time is 8 p.m.


Stars of the Canal Zone College's upcoming production
of "Cabaret" relax on the set during a lull in a rehearsal
schedule which includes practicing of dance routines,
musical numbers and lines. Standing is Charles
Brannan who portrays the Emcee, the role portrayed
by Joel Grey in the popular film version. Seated, left
to right, are: George Kent (Herr Schultz), Sandy Fobes
(the incomparable Sally Bowles), Tom Mitchell (Clifford
Bradshaw), Estrella Rosenburg (Fraulein Kost) and


He was later sent to Matachin, a
station on the old Panama Railroad
line near Corgona, where he said he
found mail that was a week old.
Recalling the hardships in the area,
Tannehill said there was no place
to eat, he had to meet eight trains
a day, and that there was no drink-
ing water "except for the R.P.
overflow." There were no utilities
in the building he occupied the first
2 months he was there and the
river served as his bathing facility.
He recalled that in July of that
year, he was put in charge of the
Post Office in Ancon, located in an
old building left by the French.
And later, because he had studied
Spanish, he was assigned to take
charge of the Post Office in the
Canal building on the square be-
cause they needed someone who
could speak Spanish. He recalled it
as an easy job with no Sunday work.
He made a round trip to New York
when the person who handled the
New York mail became ill. When
he returned, he was assigned to the
Ancon Post Office in the new build-
ing and stayed there until 1914,
when he returned to Nebraska,
where his father and mother had
died and left him a farm.-He said
he sold the farm and went to Calif-
ornia in 1930 and has lived there
since.
Tannehill credits himself as one
of the 25 oldtimers who had raised
enough money to put the bill
through Congress that gave special
construction day annuity that he
said Theodore Roosevelt had pro-
mised to employees who had
worked 2 years or more.
Ending his letter in a pensive
mood, Tannehill wonders how
many of those 25 oldtimers are still
alive and hopes that he will be
around to receive next year's cal-
endar.


Alexis Lopez (Ernst Ludwig). The spectacular musical
with costumes of the 1930's and a combined innovative
arena and proscenium set design runs March 7-15.
Barbara Byers is in charge of the show's creative
choreography with Dr. Victor Herr in charge of music.
Bruce Quinn is directing and is assisted by student di-
rector Wisia Kaliszczak. Reservation may be made after
February 24 by calling the college at 52-3107 during
duty hours. Price of admission is $2.50.


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THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


February 21, 1975


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At the Marine Electrical Shop in Mount Hope, 4-year apprentice, Eliseo
Salazar, left, and 3-year apprentice, Tim Herring, work on a generator
from the dredge "Goliath" which is going through the routine overhaul
procedure of being washed, cleaned, varnished and baked.



Marine Electrical Shop


Keeps Boats on the Go


When a Panama Canal boat de-
velops electrical problems, it's the
19 troubleshooters of the Marine
Electrical Shop who are called on
to locate and repair the damage.
At their shop in the Industrial
Division Area at Mount Hope, they
also do routine maintenance on the
electrical systems of these boats,
sometimes work on the electrical
systems of commercial vessels, and


3d Swim-a-Thon

Is Scheduled

For March 8

The Club Internacional de Nata-
ci6n (CIN) will hold its Third An-
nual Swim-a-Thon on March 8.
The annual event is a test of
endurance swimming. Competitors
will attempt toswim non-stop for
2 hours or 200 pool lengths which-
ever they complete first.
Those who complete the event
will have swum just a fraction less
than 3 miles.
The Swim-a-Thon is held each
year to collect funds, to publicize
the International Swimming Hall of
Fame; to endow a Swimming and
Water Safety Library; to support
Olympic Travel Funds; and to pro-
vide travel funds for CIN swimmers
so they can maintain their amateur
status and still compete in Central
and South American Swim Meets
and in United States National Trials.
Individual contributions may be
made in two ways. Prior to the
Swim-a-Thon, individuals will be
asked to sponsor a swimmer by
pledging to donate a specific amount
of money for each length their
swimmer completes. The pledge can
be for any amount from a penny a
length to a dollar a length and up.
Pledges may be paid after the Swim-
a-Thon is over and figures tallied.
But it is easier and less complicated
if individuals show their confidence
in their swimmer and make an ad-
vance donation.
Donations will be accepted from
organized groups who will receive
certificates of appreciation for sup-
port they give to the drive.


service all electrical motors in Pan-
ama Canal installations on the At-
lantic side of the Isthmus.
Their most recent high-priority
project has been the overhaul of
the electrical system of the Pan-
ama Canal tugboat San Pablo while
it was drydocked at Mount Hope.
Shop personnel have also been
overhauling the generators and the
crane control wiring of the dredge
Goliath.
At the same time, they have been
doing the electrical work on the
Bobo II, the second work launch to
be built by the Canal organization
since 1965. The U.S. Piranha was
launched last August.
An innovation on the Bobo II,
which was designed and is being
built by the Industrial Division, is
that its deckhouse will be hinged
to permit easy removal of the en-
gine for repair without the deck-
house having to be removed en-
tirely.
Among the landlocked motors the
Marine Electrical Shop services are
those at the Cold Storage Plant, the
Cristobal Junior-Senior High School
and Atlantic side retail stores. About
the biggest equipment shop per-
sonnel work on is at the Gatun
Hydro Generating Station. They
may be called on to assist when any
of the giant generators is over-
hauled.
The only electrical motor work
that isn't done at the Mount Hope
shop is rewinding, for which motors
are sent to the Balboa Armature
Shop.

Dog Obedience Course
The Cristobal YMCA will conduct
a 4-week basic dog obedience
course. Jim Hass, a qualified mili-
tary dog handler and trainer, will
serve as trainer instructor.
The course is designed to intro-
duce basic commands to the dog
and training principles to the han-
dler. The course will begin Feb-
ruary 25 and will continue through
March 20 meeting on Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday of each
week from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. The
total cost of the course is $40 with
intermediate and advanced courses
to follow.


Summer Quarter

Registration

To Start at FSU

The Florida State University,
Canal Zone Branch will begin its
1974-75 summer quarter on March 6
with a large selection of courses.
Registration for this Quarter 1V
will be held March 3 through
March 5 only, at Building 808 Al-
brook, and Building 32 Fort Davis.
Classes will begin on both the At-
lantic and Pacific sides on March 6
and end on April 30.
The program is available to all
Canal Zone personnel, military and
civilian, their dependents, and to
Panamanian citizens. A high school
diploma or equivalent is required
for admission to the classes which
cost $22 a quarter hour. A $15 regis-
tration fee is charged for the first
enrollment only. Tuition assistance
forms and checks or money orders
to cover the full tuition cost must
be presented at the time of regis-
tration.
In addition to the basic courses,
FSU will offer courses in mathe-
matics, economics, English, history,
Spanish, business, criminology, man-
agement, sociology, accounting, an-
thropology, government and finance.
Courses will also be offered at Fort
Kobbe and Fort Clayton. Late regis-
tration will be held March 6, 7 and
10. For more information call FSU
at Albrook 86-2438 or Fort Davis
at 89-3537.

College Club to Hear
Talk on Self Defense
A discussion of self defense will
highlight the second and final gen-
eral meeting of the year of the Car-
ibbean College Club at 7:30 p.m.,
February 27, at the Cristobal Wom-
en's Club in Margarita.
Guest speaker will be Marie
Wick who will explain and demon-
strate techniques of self defense.
Those attending are asked to wear
slacks if they wish to participate.


The highly acclaimed classical pian-
ist Nicolas Constantinidis will per-
form in Panama City at 8:45 p.m.,
February 27, at the National Thea-
ter under the auspices of the Na-
tional Concert Association with the
cooperation of the U.S. Information
Service. A Greek-American per-
former of extraordinary ability, he
has received accolades from critics
and audiences around the world.
Blind since the age of 6, Constan-
tinidis first came to world attention
in 1955 by winning the prestigious
piano competition at the Interna-
tional Youth Festival in Poland.
Since that time, the artist has been
performing in many of the world's
most famous music centers includ-
ing Town Hall, New York, Wilmore
Hall in London and the American
Cultural Center in Paris. His Feb-
ruary 27 appearance will be his first
in Panama City and part of an ex-
tensive Latin American tour which
will take him to Honduras, Guate-
mala, Costa Rica and Colombia. His
repertoire will include works by
Beethoven, Chopin, Haydn and
Barber. Tickets are on sale at the
National Theater, Gran Morrison
and the Libreria Argosy.


Evaluation of CHS


Will Begin Next Week

The Middle States Association of vania, will have as his ass:
College and Secondary schools chairman, James Evergetis,
will send a third team of evaluators Superintendent of the Eller
to the Isthmus starting Sunday. Central Schools of New
This group of 17 educators will Other committee members in.
make up the committee to examine Geraldine Popko, John McKie
and evaluate the Cristobal Junior- Cary Anderson from Colombia
Senior High School on February 25, Lindesey from the Virgin Isl
26, and 27. Kenneth Schomberg from Dela
The Atlantic side school has been Jos6 Mateo, Francis Ouillette
evaluated before having undergone Puerto Rico; Carolyn Ginther
its initial one in 1929. This is done Pennsylvania; Phyllis Duffy
once every 10 years, the last one New Jersey; and Shirley M(
being in 1965 under the chairman- Alice Latimer, Mary Mar
ship of Dr. B. Anton Hess. The White, Robert Voruz, Bruce T
major difference between this eval- and Paul Moser from the
nation and all previous ones is that Zone schools.
the 1975 committee will have 11 Monday evening, the comn
persons from outside the Canal members will attend a dinner h
Zone whereas in other years there by Cristobal High School a
were only two. Elks Club. After the dinner e
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Evaluating a comprehensive school
such as Cristobal is an arduous and
demanding task. The committee
will start work at 7:30 in the morn-
ing with the final sessions scheduled
to start as late as 9:15 p.m. It entails
classroom visits, questioning of stu-
dents, teachers, and administration,
and professional observations and
inspections. From all this, commit-
tee chairman, Dr. Paul R. Binga-
man will make an oral report to be
given to the faculty on Thursday
afternoon, and a detailed written
report to follow 3 to 4 months later.
Bingaman, who is first vice pres-
ident of the Middle States Associa-
tion and principal of the State Col-
lege Area High School in Pennsyl-


istant
the
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elude
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nittee
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one will proceeou Lt Le scllu c t
hear the two reports upon which
the entire evaluation is based, the
"School and Community" and the
"Philosophy and Objectives." Chair-
man Bingaman will then call his
committee into formal session to
make the preparations to start the
evaluation process on the next day.

Beta Sigma Phi Schedules
To Hold Bake Sale March 1
Gamma Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi,
will hold a Bake Sale at 8:30 a.m.,
March 1, in the foyer of the Howard
Stop N' Shop. A variety of delicious
home baked items will be available.
Beta Sigma Phi is a service, social
and cultural organization.


CANAL ZONE GOVERNMENT-PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
PERSONNEL BUREAU

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


PERMANENT POSITIONS Base Rate
Accountant/Staff Accountant NM-5/11--g - $8,153.60/$14,643.20
Air-Conditioning Equipment Mechanic MG-8 ---$2.74
Automotive Worker MG-8 (Driver's license required)-- $2.90
Bowling Center Supervisor NM-4 (Part-time NTE 30 hours)
(Shift work) --------------- --$3.51
Card Punch Operator NM-2 (Part-Time NTE 30 hours) ---. $2.06
Clerk-Stenographer NM-41 (Part-time NTE 30 hours) ----$3.51
Clerk-Stenographer NM-4/51 (Intermittent) _ $-3.51/$3.92
Clerk-Typist NM-31 (Bilingual) ----$4,867.20
Constable NM-8 _---------------- $11,128.00

Electronics Technician NM-9 (Written test in electronics theory
will be administered). (A minimum of 2 years specialized expe-
rience in independent maintenance of computer systems, both
hardware and software is desired) .__---- - $12,230.40
Engineering Technician NM-7/9 __-$10,067.20/$12.230.40
Food Service Worker MG-2� _-------------- $2.01
Forklift Operator MG-5 ---- - $2.15
General Engineer NM-9/11 - -- $12,230.40/$14,643.20
Janitor MG-1" ___---------$2.00
Laborer MG-3 ___---------$2.03
Library Aid NM-3 (Part-time NTE 30 hours) ----$2.34
Marine Machinist MG-10 -------$5.41
Master, Towboat FE-15 (License required) ----$7.76
Medical Radiology Technician (Diagnosis) NM-4/6 (Shift work)
(On-call duty) (Female) (Training in Nuclear Medicine and
special procedures required) --- $7,300.80/$9,048.00
Motor Vehicle Operator MG-5 (Knowledge of English) (Driver's
license required) (First 40 hours) ----- $2.15
Motor Vehicle Operator MG-6 (Knowledge of English) (Driver's
license required) (First 40 hours) __---- - $2.20
Nurse/Clinical Nurse NM-4/7
(Shift work required) ---- ----- $7,800.00/$10,400.00
Personnel Clerk NM-4/6 ---$7,300.80/$9,048.00
Reporting Stenographer NM-61 --__ -- -- $9,048.00


Shipfitter MG-10
Supervisory Physical Therapist NM-7/9 --- $10,067.2
Transportation Operations Specialist NM-9/11 $12,230.4
Warehouseman MG-44
Welder MG-10 (Intermittent) -
TEMPORARY POSITIONS
General Engineer (Corrosion Mitigation)
NM-5/11 (NTE 1 year) - - $8,153.6
Janitor MG-1 (NTE 1 year)
Laborer MG-3 (NTE 1 year)
Seaman MG-7 (NTE 90 days) (Swimming ability required)


$-5.41
0/$12,230.40
0/$14,643.20
- $2.07
- $5.41


0/$14,643.20
- $2.00
$2.03
S .$2.43


Bureau Lo- Va-
or ca- can-
Division tion cies
Comptroller P 1
Maintenance P 1
Motor Trans. P 2


Supply A
Comptroller P
Supply P
Adm. Serv. P
Personnel P
Balboa Magis-
trate Court P



Electrical A
Industrial A
Palo Seco Hos. P
Storehouses P
Locks P
Ports A
Supply A-P
Library A
Industrial A
Ports A

Gorgas Hos. P

Motor Trans. P

Motor Trans. A


Health A-P 1-1
Locks P 1
Board of Local
Insp. P 1
Industrial A 1
Gorgas Hos. P 1
Terminals A 1
Storehouses P 1
Industrial A 1


Engineering
Industrial
Industrial
Dredging


Application must be submitted on Form 443, APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER, no later than
seven (7) calendar days from the date of this publication. A separate application must be
submitted for each job listed. The base rates shown will be increased for U.S. citizens by the
appropriate differential plus a tax factor where applicable. 1 Indicates written test requirement.
� Signifies a security position to be filled only by a U.S. citizen. Qualifications standards may
be reviewed at the Employment and Placement Branch, Building 366, Ancon, or Building 1105,
Cristobal. Further information may be obtained from the Employment and Placement Branch,
telephone 52-7996, 52-7501, or 43-1288. Employing officials should not be contacted directly.
* 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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Mas de 60 Ailos al Servicio del Comercio Mundial


Spillway del Canal de Panama


Vol. XIII, No. 34


Viernes 21 de Febrero de 1975


SRegistra Loable Marca


. . , De Seguridad el Canal


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BIENVENIDA A ESTUDIANTES
El Vicegobernador Richard L. Hunt saluda a los ayu-
dantes estudiantiles del sector Pacifico en acto que tuvo
lugar en el Auditorium de la Escuela Secundaria de
Balboa. En el scenario aparecen, de izquierda a dere-
cha: Gordon M. Frick, Director de Personal; Frank A.

En su 120 Aniversario


Baldwin, Director de Informaci6n del Canal de Pana-
ma y Juan Guerrero, Especialista en T6cnicas de Per.
sonal de la Direcci6n de Personal. DespuBs de las pala-
bras del Vicegobernador, Baldwin explic6 a los estu-
diantes las operaciones del Canal.


El Ferrocarril de Panama'


Aumenta su Popularidad


El 28 de enero de 1975 pas6 de-
sapercibido para muchos, pero esa
fecha marcaba el aniversario de un
acontecimiento hist6rico en el Ist-
mo: el viaje interoceanico del pri-
mer tren por el Istmo de PanamA.
A pesar de que el viaje realizado,
de apenas 50 millas, era relativa-
mente infimo comparado con otros
ferrocarriles transoceAnicos que ope-
ran en el mundo, es de notar el he-
cho de que la travesia ocurri6 1 afio
antes de que se tendiera el primer
riel al oeste del Mississippi y 14
afios antes de que los ferrocarriles
de los Estados Unidos comenzaran
a viajar de costa a costa.
El Ferrocarril de Panama se inau-
gur6 apenas 25 afios despubs de ha-
berse dado inicio a la "era del ferro-
carril", con la apertura de la linea
de Liverpool a Manchester, en In-
glaterra, empleindose entonces un
modelo de locomotora ideado por
el ingeniero britanico George Ste-
phenson.
A 120 afios de su nacimiento, el
Ferrocarril de PanamA esta mis po-
pular que nunca. Claro, exceptuan-
do los tiempos en que era el dnico
medio de transport entire el sector
AtlAntico y el Pacifico. En aquellos
tiempos, el ferrocarril tenia enorme
demand. En 1913 registry una mar-
ca muy dificil de superar: transpor-
t6 2.916.657 pasajoros y 2.026.852
toneladas de carga, para alcanzar
el mayor volume de transport por
milla en todo el mundo.
El afio pasado, el Ferrocarril
transport 864.114 pasajeros y
230.914 toneladas, de un extreme a
otro del Istmo, cantidades significa-
tivamente superiores a los 829.114
pasajeros y 212.188 toneladas de
carga que emplearon este servicio
el afio anterior.
El primer tren, una locomotora
y nueve coaches, parti6 de Aspin-
wall (Col6n) a las 8:30 a.m. y lleg6
a la ciudad de PanamA a las 3:30
p.m., despu6s de detenerse en 26 es-
taciones a lo largo de la ruta. Hoy,
el ferrocarril brinda ocho viajes en
ambas direcciones al dia a los pasa-
jeros, incluso un tren de carga noc-
turno al que se adiciona un vag6n


de pasajeros y cruza el Istmo en
hora y media, deteni6ndose en siete
o nueve estaciones durante el viaje.
Desde principios de 1500 hasta
la terminaci6n del Ferrocarril de
PanamA en 1855, Centro Am6rica
recibi6 considerable atenci6n en los
esfuerzos que se Ilevaron a cabo
para encontrar una ruta fAcilmente
accessible para atravesar la barrera
(Continua en la pdgina 4)


Ga. del Canal

Tiene Pabell6n

En La Chorrera
El pabell6n de la Compaiiia del
Canal de PanamA durante la XV Fe-
ria Agropecuaria, Industrial y Fol-
kl6rica de La Chorrera exhibirA fo-
tografias y transparencias de algu-
nos de los principles barcos que
han transitado el Canal durante sus
60 aisos de funcionamiento.
La exposici6n estara abierta du-
rante toda la feria, que se extenderA
del 26 de febrero al 3 de marzo.
(Continsda en la pdgina 4)


El Vicegobernador Richard L.
Hunt, actuando entonces como Go-
bernador encargado, entreg6 el Pre-
mio Anual de Seguridad correspon-
diente a 1974, a tres jefes de direc-
clones del sector Pacifico del Istmo
la semana pasada. El Gobernador
David S. Parker harA entrega de los
premios de seguridad en el sector
AtlAntico la pr6xima semana.
Los premios fueron entregados
por el Vicegobernador en ceremo-


Hay Despedidas

Al Gobernador

El 25 y el 26
Los empleados del Canal de Pa-
nama y el puiblico en general ten-
drAn la oportunidad la pr6xima se-
mana de darle la despedida al Go-
bernador David S. Parker y su es-
posa Betty de Parker, quienes pron-
to partirAn del Istmo al cumplirse
su period de servicio aqui.
Con tal prop6sito han sido pro-
gramados 2 dias de puertas abier-
tas en ambos sectors del Istmo. El
primer dia de puertas abiertas en
que empleados y p6blico en gene-
ral podrAn despedir al Gobernador
Parker, sera el 25 de febrero a partir
de las 4:30 p.m., en la Cafeteria de
Balboa. Al dia siguiente tendrA lu-
gar en el Centro de Servicio de
Crist6bal, de 2 a 4 p.m.
Se ha dispuesto utilizar la Cafete-
ria de Balboa a fin de ofrecer al
mismo tiempo la oportunidad a los
empleados y sus familiares de que la
conozcan. Se servirnn refrescos li-
geros, pero la Cafeteria de Balboa
no abrirA para servicio al p6blico
hasta el pr6ximo mes.
Se sugiere que los supervisors
den permiso por grupo a los emplea-
dos con el prop6sito de evitar espe-
ras y reducir la aglomeraci6n de vi-
sitantes en la Cafeteria.


0~


las calls just antes de pasar el tren. Dos curiosos deta-
lies se pueden apreciar: los carros circulaban por la
mano izquierda, m6todo que fue cambiado el 15 de
abril de 1943, y dos "chiveros" (derecha) van disputan-
dose la delantera por ganar el "real". La foto del ferro-
carril, que us6 la estaci6n de PanamA hasta el 28 de
octubre de 1960 cuando traslad6 su estaci6n terminal a
Anc6n, fue tomada el 9 de junio de 1930.


nias separadas. El martes por la ma-
fiana, en acto que tuvo lugar en las
escalinatas del frente del Edificio de
Administraci6n, el Director de In-
genieria y Construcci6n, Coronel
Albert L. Romaneski, recibi6 el Pre-
mio Superior de Seguridad por el
significativo mejoramiento registra-
do por la Direcci6n a su cargo, al
alcanzar una disminuci6n del 27 por
ciento en la tasa de incapacidad su-
frida por accidents de trabajo, en
comparaci6n con el promedio alcan-
zado en el period de 5 afios, inme-
diatamente anterior.
En la tarde del mismo martes, en
ceremonia que tuvo lugar en la Ofi-
cina del Director de Marina, Capi-
tan Donald A. Dertien, 6ste recibi6
el Premio de M6rito por Seguridad
en reconocimiento a la mejora re-
gistrada en la incidencia de inca-
pacidad por accidents de trabajo,
al disminuir en un 14 por oiento las
incapacidades ocasionadas por tales
accidents.
El Director de Abastos y Servi-
cios Comunales, Richard K. Erbe,
recibi6 el premio correspondiente a
la dependencia a su cargo, durante
ceremonia celebrada en la Oficina
del Gobernador. Erbe recibi6 el
Premio Superior de Seguridad al
lograr su Direcci6n disminuir en
34 por ciento la incidencia de inca-
pacidad por accidents.
En ceremonia programada para
efectuarse el mircoles pr6ximo en
la Oficina del Muelle de Crist6bal,
el Gobernador Parker entregara el
Premio Superior de Seguridad al
Director de Transporte y Termina-
les, Coronel Charles R. Clark, por
haber disminuido la incapacidad en
39 por ciento.
En mayo de 1974, los empleados
de la empresa del Canal trabajaron
por espacio de 13 dias consecutivos,
mis de 1 mill6n de horas hombre,
sin sufrir accident causante de in-
(Continia en la pdgina 4)


Se Pagaran


Aumentos


El Lunes
Los empleados calificados y de
categories relacionadas de la orga-
nizaci6n del Canal de PanamA reci-
birAn cheques mis jugosos el pr6xi-
mo lunes 24 de febrero. Este dia de
pago serin incluidos en los cheques
respectivos el aumento retroactive
cuyo pago fue autorizado en no-
viembre pasado por la Oficina de
Administraci&n y Presupuesto.
El pago retroactive que se harA
efectivo en los cheques del pr6ximo
lunes se refiere a los tres periods
de pago comprendidos entire el 13
de octubre y el 23 de noviembre de
1974. Alrededor de 3.600 emplea-
dos recibiran aumento por $329.000.
Una vez se cumplan los pagos
anunciados, la Contaduria General
del Canal habra un program de
pagos previamente elaborado para
la cancelaci6n de los aumentos pen-
dientes en la organizaci6n del Canal.
Los empleados de las divisions
de Policia y de Bomberos recibieron
sus aumentos retroactivos, corres-
pondientes a 10 periods de pago,
el 30 de diciembre, en tanto que los
educadores obtuvieron sus aumen-
tos retroactivos por seis periods de
pago, el pasado 27 de enero.
Unos 380 empleados de las divi-
siones de Policia y Bomberos reci-
bieron $374.000 de aumento retro-
activo y cerca de 880 educadores
obiuvieron aumentos que ascendie-
ron a $318.000.


RECUERDO DE UNA EPOCA
Para muchos la foto tracrA recuerdos de tiempos "mejo-
res". La uiltima generaci6n seguramente no recordarA
las salidas diaries del tren del antiguo Patio del Ferro-
carril en PanamA, que ahora ocupan un amplio local
de estacionamiento de autos y un parque municipal.
Los pasajeros solian esperar el tren en la caseta que
aparece a la derecha, al fondo. A la izquierda se obser-
va al operario de las agujas que detenian el transito en


77a n� aa


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SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Febrero 21, 1975


oI urnUu^ Ouente en la Noticia


Desde el 21 hasta el 27 de Febrero de 1975


RAINBOW CITY
Aire Acondicionado
Viernes y sabado-CERRADO
Domingo (Pre estreno)-Black Gun (SIT) (R)
Lunes-The Priest's Wife y Jeff (SIT) (PG)
Martes-Paul and Michelle (PG)
Miercoles-Airport 1975 (PG)
Jueves-Battle of the Bulge (G)

PARAISO
Viernes y sobado-CERRADO
Domingo-The Killers y Buck and the Preacher
(SIT) (PG)
Lunes-Fat City (SIT) (PG)


Martes-CERRADO
Miercoles-Across 110th Street y
The Landlord (SIT) (R)
Jueves-CERRADO
GUIA DE PELICULAS: (G) Audiencia general
Se permitira la entrada de personas de
todas las edades. (PG) Se sugiere la Guia
de los Padres, pues parte de la pelicula no
sera apta para nifos. (R) Restringida. Los
j6venes de menos de 17 arios no seran admi-
tidos, a no ser que Ileguen acompafiados de
uno de los padres o por su guardian legal.
(X) No se admitirh menores de 17 aiios.
(SIT) Pelicula con titulos en espafiol.


C?--lg l * " En colors. Sujeto a cambios sin previo aviso.


VIERNES
11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Los Picapiedras
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-El Especial
2:00-Plaza Sesamo
3:30-La Mujer, el Arte
y el Hogar*
4:00-Porky y sus Amigos
4:30--Laboratorio
Submarine 2020
5:00-Gobel y los
Fantasmas
5:30-El Gran Chaparral s
6:30-Teved6s Informa
7:30-Los Waltons*
8:30-Los Novatos*
9:30-El Show de Jimmy
Stewart *
10:00-Noticias del Siglo
10:05-Ultimas Noticias
10:20-Ultima Tanda
SABADO
10:30-De Mujer a Mujer
11:15-La Cocina al Instante"
12:00-Lariat Sam
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-Polla Hipica
Deportiva
6:00-Fauna Silvestre
6:30-Tevedds Informa
7:30-Qui6n*
8:30-Doble Tanda
DOMINGO
9:30-Santa Misa
10:30-Todo por la Patria
12:00-Sorteo de la Loteria
12:30-Boxeo desde el
Olympic
1:30-Dos Tipos Audaces
2:30-El Detective Fantasma
3:30-Cine de Acciin


5:30-Disneylandia
6:30-Carmiia
8:00-Paladin de la Justicia*
9:00-Comhate
10:00-Panorama Panameiio
11:00-Super Estreno

LUNES
11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-Concierto
2:00-Plaza Sdsamo
3:30-La Mujer, el Arte
y el Hogars
4:00-Pepe Potamis
4:30-El Pajaro Loco
5:00-Lassie al Rescate
5:30-El Gran Chaparral *
6:30-Teved6s Informa
7:30-Griss*
8:30-Mannix
9:30-Los Misterios de
Orson Welles
10:00-Noticias del Siglo
10:05-Ultimas Noticias
10:20-Ultima Tanda
MARTES
11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-El Dos Busca Una
2:00-Plaza Sesamo
3:30-La Mujer, el Arte
y el Hogar*
4:00-El Cascarrabias
4:30-Archie y Sabrina
5:00-Aventura MAgica
5:30-El Gran Chaparral s
6:30-Teved6s Informa
7:30-Ironside
8:30-Cine Favoritoe
10:00-Noticias del Siglo
10:05-Ultimas Noticias
10:20-Ultima Tanda


MIERCOLES
11:30-Programa Cultural
12:00-Sorteo de la Loteria
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-Programa del Sitmas
2:00-Plaza Sdsamo
3:30-La Mujer, el Arte
y el Hogar*
4:00-Marino y la Patrulla
Oceanica
4:30-Pandilla de los Osos
Revoltosos
5:00-El Circoe
5:30-El Gran Chaparral .
6:30-Tevedds Informa
7:30-El Magos
8:30-Patrulla Juvenil *
9:30-M-A-S-H
10:00-Noticias del Siglo
10:05-Ultimas Noticias
10:20-Ultima Tanda

JUEVES
11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Los Picapiedras
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-La Hora del Sesteo
2:00-Plaza Sesamo
3:30-La Mujer, el Arte
y el Hogar*
4:00-Linus Coraz6n de Le6n
4:30-Los Trotamundos de
Harlem
5:00-Jennings*
5:30-El Gran Chaparral "
6:30-Teved6s Informa
7:30-El Mundo Submarine
de Jacques Cousteau*
8:30-Cine Misterio
10:00-Noticias del Siglo
10:05-Ultimas Noticias
10:20-Boxeo de
Campeonato


CO ," k l 4 *" En colors. Sujeto a cambios sin previo aviso.


VIERNES
10:50--0ocumental
11:00-Festival de Cartones
11:15-El Arte de Cocinar"
12:15-Candilejas*
1:00-Infcrmative
l:30-Soledad
2:30-Ana del Aire*
3:00-La Ciudad Grita
3:30-Jet Jackson
4:00-Sam, el Rey del Judo
4:30-Yam, Yam y el Genio*
5:00-Segismundo el
Monstruo Marino
5:30-Arthur de Britania"
6:00-Telenoticias RPC
7:00-Pentagraman
8:00-Aventura
9:00-Una Muchacha Llamada
Milagros
10:00-Cuestidn de Minutes
10:15-La Hora Cero
SABADO
10:00-Camino de la Verdad
10:30-Festival de Cartones
11:00-Ultraman
11:30-Secreto Animal *
12:00-Misterio a la
Orden"
1:00-Informative
1:30-Sibados con Martinez
Blanco�
4:00-Laredo
5:00-Daniel Boone
6:00--Telenoticias RPC
7:00-Barnaby Jones0
8:00-Owen Marshall
9:00-Marcus Welby*
10:00-Cine Colosal

DOMINGO
8:30-Festival de Cartones
8:45-Aprenda Ingles
9:15-La Santa Misa
10:00-Todo per la Patria
12:00-Silvese Quien Pueda
12:30-Grandes Aios del
Rock*
1:30--Domingo Deportivo
5:30-Super Tanda


7:00-Hawkins*
8:30-Shaft *
10:00-Panorama Panameiio
11:00-Jefatura 87

LUNES
10:50-Documental
11:00-Festival de Cartones
11:15-El Arte de Cocinar"
11:45-Lassie*
12:15-.Variedades del Lunes�
1:00-Informative
l:30-Soledad
2:30-Ana del Aire*
3:00-La Ciudad Grita
3:30-Jet Jackson
4:00-Sam, el Rey del Judo
4:30-Yam, Yam y el Genio0
5:00-Segismundo el
Monstruo Marinoo
5:30-Arthur de Britania*
6:00--Telenoticias RPC
7:00-Chespirito *
8:00-Aventura
9:00-Una Muchacha Llamada
Milagros
10:00--Cuestin de Minutes
10:15-Cine Colosal

MARTES
10:40-Documental
10:50-Programa Educative
11:15--El Arte de Cocinar*
11:45-Lassie"
12:15-El Tornillo
1:00-Informative
l:30-Soledad
2:30-Ana del Aire*
3:00-La Ciudad Grita
3:30-Jet Jackson
4:00-Sam, el Rey del Judo
4:30-Yam, Yam y el Genioe
5:00-Segismundo el
Monstruo Marino
5:30-Arthur de Britania*
6:00-Telenoticias RPC
7:00-Pdginas de Oro*
8:00-Aventura
9:00-Una Muchacha Llamada
Milagros
10:00-Cuesti6n de Minutes


10:15-Cine Colosal
MIERCOLES
10:50-Documental
11:00-Festival de Cartones
11:15-El Arte de Cocinar*
12:00-Sorteo del Miercolito
12:30-Caleidoscopio
1:00- nformat.vo
l:30-Soledad
2:30-Ana del Aire*
3:00-La Ciudad Grita
3:30-Jet Jackson
4:00-Sam, el Rey del Judo
4:30-Yam, Yam y el Genio"
5:00-Segismundo el
Monstruo Marine
5:30-Arthur de Britania"
6:00-Telenoticias RPC
7:00-El Mundo en Guerra *
8:00-Aventura
9:00-Una Muchacha Llamada
Milagros
10:00-Cuestion de Minutes
10:15-Cine Colosal
JUEVES
10:40-Documental
10:45--Programa Educative
11:00-Robin Hood
11:15-El Arts de Cocinar*
11:45-Lassie0
12:15-La Criada Bien Criada,
1:00-lnformativo
l:30-Soledad
2:30-Ana del Aire*
3:00-La Ciudad Grita
3:30-Jet Jackson
4:00-Sam, el Rey del Judo
4:30-Yam, Yam y el Genio�
5:00-Segismundo el
Monstruo Marino
5:30-Arthur de Britania*
6:00-Telenoticias RPC
7:00-Travesuras de
Topo Gigio0
8:00-Aventura
9:00-Una Muchacha Llamada
Milagros
10:00-Cuestion de Minutes
10:15--Cine Colosal


Cuarenta afios de servicio con una
empresa sugieren responsabilidad y
eficiencia. Kenneth Alfonso Brown
ha cumplido 49 aiios de trabajar
para la empresa del Canal, todos
con la misma unidad-la Divisi6n
de Mantenimiento-y ello revela a
las claras la calidad de empleado
que ha sido Brown. MAs a6n si se
toma en cuenta que Brown fue en
sus mocedades un apasionado por
la m6sica y un excelente deportista,
dedicando prActicamente todo su
tiempo libre a ambas aficiones. El
SPILLWAY descubri6 a Brown a tra-
v6s del "Noticiero" de la Divisi6n
de Mantenimiento, 6rgano de di-
vulgaci6n de esa unidad del Canal
que sali6 hace poco a la luz p6blica.
Brown se inici6 como ayudante de
pintor con el Canal el 10 de abril
de 1926, casi 16 aiios despu6s de
haber Ilegado al Istmo. Habia naci-
do en Barbados el 17 de diciembre
de 1910 y viaj6 al Istmo el 11 de
abril de 1911 con su madre, para
reunirse con su padre, quien tra-
bajaba en la construcci6n del Canal.
Recuerda que su padre, quien se
jubil6 del Canal y reside en Pana-
ma, trabaj6 en la pavimentaci6n del
tramo de la Avenida Central com-
prendido entire Santa Ana y Calido-
nia. Cuando se incorpor6 al Canal
Kenneth Brown, Mantenimiento
pertenecia a la antigua Divisi6n de
Construcci6n del Ejurcito, que es-
taba localizada entire las calls Ba-
yano y Chagres. "El Area esta-
ba completamente desolada", dice
Brown al recorder aquellos tiempos.
"Entonces dos burros halaban la
enonne maquina de cortar hierba".
Brown vio su unidad transformada
en Division de Edificaciones y des-
pues su fusi6n con la Divisi6n Mu-
nicipal, para constituir lo que es
hoy la Divisi6n de Mantenimiento.
Durante la II Guerra Mundial,
Brown, comenz6 a sacar provecho
a sus habilidades con el contrabajo.
Sabore6 como miembro de varies
conjuntos musicales, entire ellos el
que dirigia Lucho Azcirraga, los
aplausos del piblico. Toc6 en cen-
tros nocturnos de moda en ese tiem-
po, como lo eran el Kelly Ritz y el
Happy Land, y acompaii6 a Lucho
Azcirraga, que a la saz6n tocaba el
piano, a presentaciones en David y
en otros lugares del Istmo. "Era una
vida muy intense", dice. En el cam-
po deportivo destac6 como recep-
tor en beisbol, tocAndole alternar
con el papA de Rod Carew, quien
ahora reside en los EE. UU. Ade-
mis de jugar dirigi6 equipos mas-
culinos y femeninos de softbol y
baloncesto. A l1 cabe el honor de
haber organizado el primer conjun-
to femenino de bola suave del Ist-


mo, en La Boca, en 1928. El equipo
tenia que jugar con otras novenas
integradas por varones, ya que no
habia otros equipos femeninos. "En
softbol, indica, logr6 que mis equi-
pos acumularan cuatro trofeos".
Hoy dia conserve su afici6n por el
beisbol. En su opinion, PanamA ha
dado grandes peloteros, "pero el
mejor ha sido Andres Alonso", quien
jug6 pelota professional. "Se crecia
ante los mejores", afiade. Se jacta de
tener 29 nietos, desde el 1� afio
hasta los 20 afios. La mayor de sus
nietas, Shirley Guerrero, mide 6 pies


iSepalo!
Se cuenta que el fil6sofo estoico
Epicteto, que vivi6 entire el afio 50
y el 125 o 130 d. J.C., era objeto
de una cruel tortura por parte de
su duenio, quien le retorcia brutal-
mente una pierna con un instru-
mento de torture. "Vas a romperla",
dijo sonriendo Epicteto a su amo.
Finalmente, al cumplirse su predic-
ci6n, se content solo con afiadir:
"No te lo habia dicho?" Parte de su
filosofia fue recogida por Flavio
Arriano. Entre otras cosas, Epic-
teto sostenia que "el impasible sera
feliz, sera libre, serA todopoderoso,
seri perfecto.


Te A Beneficio del Hogar


Atlantico Sera en Marzo


El t6 annual para ayudar al soste-
nimiento del Hogar Atlantico de
Col6n se efectuari el sibado 8 de
marzo de 3 a 5 p.m. en la residen-
cia de Raphael Boyrie, ubicada en
la Avenida Roosevelt entire las ca-
lies 7 y 8 de Col6n.
La actividad se ha constituido en
una de las principles fuentes de
ingresos para contribuir al mante-
nimiento de las aproximadas 30 per-
sonas hu6spedes del Hogar Atlan-
tico. En 1964 Sir Edgar Vaughn,
motivado por individuos desampa-
rados, logr6 captar el interns de mi-
nistros locales y trabajadores reli-
giosos para ayudar a trabajadores
antillanos de la Apoca de la cons-
trucci6n del Canal, que requerian
asistencia.
Al quedar pocos individuos pio-
neros de la construcci6n del Canal,
el Hogar Atlintico ha extendido
sus servicios a individuos de otras
nacionalidades que no tienen fuen-
tes de ingresos o un lugar para
vivir.
Los Gobiernos de Jamaica y Bar-
bados, asi como de la Repflblica de
PanamA, colaboran con el Hogar
que es administrado por la Asocia-
ci6n de Trabajadores Religiosos del
Atlintico.
El comitd encargado de organi-
zar actividades de captaci6n de re-


cursos para el Hogar Atlantico, que
preside la Sra. de MacHarg, de
Margarita, ha usado como elemen-
to para adornar el local el dia del
t6 annual, margaritas de colors
blanco y amarillo. No se cobrarA
cuota por participar en el t6, pero
se aceptarAn donaciones en la puer-
ta de entrada en donde los asisten-
tes firmarin el libro de registro.
Las personas que no puedan asis-
tir pero deseen cooperar con el Ho-
gar Atlintico, podrin enviar sus
cheques o giros a la Sra. Inga Illies,
Apartado (P.O. Box) 5022, Crist6-
bal, Zona del Canal.


7 pulgadas y es una excelente juga-
dora de baloncesto, habiendo repre-
sentado a PanamA en varies torneos,
el mas reciente en Mixico. Estudia
enfermeria en la Universidad de Pa-
nama. Brown ha sumado una nueva
afici6n a sus inquietudes por el de-
porte: arreglar acuarios y coleccio-
nar peces. Ahora piensa en jubilarse
cuando cumpla 50 afios de servicio,
para dedicai mis tiempo a sus pa-
satiempos. Tambi6n aprovecharA
para viajar "a ver qui6n mis nace".


PROGRAmA


DE EVEN6TOS
Febrero 26-Marzo 3-Feria Folkl6-
rica, Agropecuaria e Industrial
de La Chorrera, que constitute
uno de los events de esta natu-
raleza mis completes del Istmo.
Ademis de las exhibiciones de
excelentes products agricolas y
pecuarios de toda la Repilblica
de Panama, se exponen alli lo mAs
representative de la industrial pa-
namefia y se ofrecen diversas
atracciones como complement a
la feria.
Febrero 22-Marzo 1, 8 y 15-Pre-
sentaci6n en PanamA la Vieja de
espectAculos folkl6ricos paname-
fios como parte de la Temporada
Folkl6rica de Verano que auspi-
cia el Institute Panameiio de Tu-
rismo (IPAT). Excepci6n de la il-
tima fecha, en que se presentarA
el Conjunto de Chabelita Pinz6n,
integrado por nifios y j6venes, las
presentaciones estarin a cargo
del Conjunto Ritmos de PanamA
que dirige Petita Escobar.
Marzo 8-Fiestas Patronales de San
Juan de Dios, en la ciudad de
NatA de los Caballeros en Cock,
que cuenta con la Iglesia Basili-
ca de Santiago Ap6stol, conside-
rada la iglesia mAs antigua de
tierra fire americana que toda-
via estA en uso. Bailes populares,
rifias de gallos, corridas de toros
v demostraciones folkl6ricas cons-
tituyen atractivos tipicos de esta
festividad.


Spillway del Canal de Panama

DAVIU S. PARKER RICHARD L. HUNT FRANK A. BALDWIN
Gobernador Vicegobernador Director
de la Zona del Canal de Informaci6n
El SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA es una publicaci6n official del Canal de
PanamA, editada en Balboa Heights, Z. del C. Se autoriza la reproducci6n
ya fuere verbal o escrita de cualquier cr6nica o noticia aqui aparecida,
sin necesidad de solicitud express. El material que se desee publicar en
el SPILLVAY deberi star en la Oficina de Prensa del Canal de Panama
a mis tardar el lunes a las 4 p.m. de la srnlana de publicaci6n. Solamente
el material urgent purede ser recibido y procesado para ser usado la misma
semana a mais tartar el maIrtes all mcdiodia. Distribuci6n gratis a todos
los empleados del Canall lt P;anama.. Valor de la subscripci6n para otros
$2.60 al afio. Por Conieo A\reo $10 al anio. Los cheques deben hacerse
pagaderoes a The Panama Canal Company y dirigidos a: SPILLWAY
Subscriptions, Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.


Pagina 2


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Febrero 21, 1975


SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Enfermeras y Auxiliares Realizan


Gran Labor en el Hosp. Gorgas


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ATENCION PERMANENT
Carlos Ward le toma la presi6n a uno de los pacientes, mientras Gerardo
Reyes, otro ayudante de enfermeria hace las correspondientes anotaciones
en la cuadricula.


"Recuerdo que pricticamente
desde que eran las 6 p.m., me la pa-
saba esperando que fueran las 11
p.m. Alrededor de esa hora, legaba
un ayudante de enfermeria y me
daba un masaje en la espalda con
una crema especial. Con ello me
sentia mejor y podia conciliar el
suefno". Ese fue el comentario de
un paciente que estuvo reciente-
mente en la Sala 5 de Cirugia del
Hospital Gorgas.
Otro resumi6 sus impresiones asi:
"En la madrugada, cuando no podia
dormir, la sola aparici6n de una de
las enfermeras era un t6nico para
mi y me hacia olvidar las molestias
por las que estaba pasando. El nom-
bre de 'Angeles Blancos' que les ha
puesto el pueblo panamefio les cae
requetebien. La sonrisa que Ilevan
en los labios en todo moment y la
delicadeza con que brindan sus cui-
dados hacen el contmuo milagro de
aliviar los sufrimientos".


La Sala 5 de Cirugia del Gorgas
es una sala tipica de ese hospital,
al igual que del Hospital Coco Solo
y su personal de enfermeria labor
con la misma consagraci6n, devo-
ci6n y eficiencia con que lo hacen
todos los demas profesionales de la
enfermeria que laboran en las dife-
rentes casas de salud de la Zona del
Canal.
En el hospital, la autoridad mrxi-
ma es el medico. El ordena las me-
dicinas, el tratamiento, la dieta y
todo lo que se refiere a la cura del
paciente. Las enfermeras, los "An-
geles Blancos", se encargan de cum-
plir con esas 6rdenes, con la cola-
boraci6n de los ayudantes de enfer-
meria. Estos ultimos y las enferme-
ras son los que mantienen una mis
intima comunicaci6n con los pacien-
tes durante las 24 horas del dia.
Ellos, mas que nadie, son los que
dejan un recuerdo imborrable en los


En Mount Hope


Amplia Tarea Desarrolla Taller


que van al hospital en busca de
salud.
En cada turno de trabajo prestan
servicios de dos a cuatro enferme-
ras, de dos a seis ayudantes de en-
fermeria y various auxiliares. Estos
iltimos se encargan principalmente
de que la sala est6 inmaculadamen-
te limpia.
Las enfermeras son todas gra-
duadas de la Escuela de Enferme-
ria de PanamA y de universidades
de Puerto Rico y de Estados Uni-
dos. Todas han sido registradas
como enfermeras en los Estados
Unidos y continuamente estan per-
feccionindose mediante cursos de
adiestramiento, que son dirigidos
por la Jefa de Enfermeras del Hos-
pital Corgas, Srta. Helen L. Brooks.
Estos cursos son dictados por profe-
sionales de la enfermeria que mu-
chas veces vienen de los Estados
Unidos.
La Sra. Dominga Ceballos de
Watson, panamena, es una de las
enfermeras que prestan servicios en
la Sala 5 del Gorgas. Se gradu6 en
la Escuela de Enfermeria de Pana-
mi en 1967 y desde entonces ha
prestado servicios en el Hospital del
Nifio de PanamA, en el Hospital
Amador Guerrero de Col6n, en el
Hempstead General Hospital de
Nueva York y, desde 1972, presta
servicios en el Gorgas. Primero tra-
baj6 en pediatria y desde octubre
de 1974 pertenece al personal de la
Sala 5.
La Sra. de Watson dice: "La ca-
rrera de la enfermera es muy boni-
ta para quien tiene esa vocacion.
Me esfuerzo en tratar a cada uno
de mis pacientes de tal manera que
todos se convenzan de lo importan-
tes que son para mi. Es conmovedor
ver el agradecimiento que nos de-
muestran al despedirse".
La mayoria de los que no estin
familiarizados con los hospitals no
tienen idea de la preparaci6n que
tienen los ayudantes de enfermeria.
Uno de ellos es Gerardo Reyes, pa-
namefio, nacido en la ciudad de
Santiago de Veraguas y que cuenta
con 29 anos de servicio, todos en el
Hospital Gorgas. Explica que el tra-


bajo que ejecuta es de una gran
responsabilidad y que el ayudante
de enfermeria debe prepararse para
cumplir con sus deberes, pero antes
que todo, necesita vocaci6n. "De-
bemos tratar igual a todos los pa-
cientes y hacer todo lo possible por-
que se recuperen' prontamente",
dice Reyes.
Cuenta que para llegar a ser ayu-
dante de enfermeria hay que tomar
un curso dividido en dos parties.
Primero, el adiestramiento basico,
que dura de 6 meses a 1 afio, en el
que se prepare a la persona en ta-
reas tales como el baiio del paciente,
el conocimiento y el uso de los dife-
rentes utensilios de limpieza, el uso
del term6metro y las precauciones
que se deben tomar para evitar el
contagio. La segunda parte del cur-


so include teoria y practice: Ana-
tomia, relaciones humans, aten-
ci6n de pacientes que han sido so-
metidos a cirugia, funciones vitales
del cuerpo human, c6mo tomar la
presi6n de la sangre, c6mo hacer la
prueba de la orina y otros aspects
de la atenci6n de los pacientes.
Interpretando el sentir de todo
ayudante de enfermeria, Reyes re-
sume asi sus impresiones sobre su
trabajo:
"La mia es una profesi6n a la que
hay que tenerle carifio. Trabajamos
en turnos rotativos v hav ocasiones
en que nuestra labor es pesada.
Pero siempre pienso que lo que
hago es important para la salud
de los pacientes y mi principal sa-
tisfacci6n es verlos partir comple-
tamente curados".


6


El6giase el Desempenio


De Selecci6n de Beisbol


Cuando una embarcaci6n del
Canal de Panama sufre desperfectos
electricos son Ilamados a resolver el
problema los 19 investigadores de
esta clase de dafios que tienen su
centro de operaciones en el Taller
de Electricidad de Marina.
En el taller, localizado en el sec-
tor de Mount Hope reservado para
la Division Industrial, los electricis-
tas suelen efectuar trabajos rutina-
rios de mantenimiento de los siste-
mas electricos de las embarcaciones
del Canal y en algunas ocasiones en
los equipos electricos de barcos co-
merciales. Tambi6n prestan scrvicio
a todos los motors electricos de las
instalaciones del Canal en el sector
Atlhntico del Istmo.
El proyecto de alta prioridad mis
reciente desarrollado por el perso-
nal del taller de Mount Hope ha
sido el acondicionamiento de los ge-
neradores y del alambrado el6ctrico
de la draga Goliath.
Al mismo tiempo, tambicn han
estado empefiados en la ejecuci6n
de trabajos el6ctricos en la Bobo II,
la segunda lancha para uso del
Canal construida por la empresa del
Canal desde 1965. Se trata de la
U.S. Piranha, que fue botada en
agosto del afio pasado.
Un ainnovaci6n ha sido introdu-
cida en la Bobo II, que fue disefia-
da y es construida por la Divisi6n
Industrial. La cabina consistirh de
varias secciones, de manera que
pueda sacarse ficilmente la maqui-
na para ser reparada, sin tener que
sacar totalmente la cabina.
Entre los motors que atiende en
tierra fire el Taller de Electrici-


dad de Marina figuran el frigorifico
y los equipos el6ctricos de los alma-
cenes de la Escuela Secundaria de
Crist6bal y de los demAs almacenes
del sector Atlantico. El mayor equi-
po que atiende personal del taller
de Mount Hope es la Planta Hidro-
elhctrica de Gatin. Los empleados
pueden ser llamados a cooperar con


personal de la plant, cuando el ge-
nerador esti siendo reacondicio-
nado.
El 6nico tipo de trabajo para mo-
tores eldctricos que no es realizado
en los talleres de Mount Hope es el
embobinado, para lo cual los moto-
res son enviados al Taller de Embo-
binado de Balboa.


"9k~


RECARGANDO BATERIAS
Everett James "Ed" Schumacher, del Taller de Electricidad de la Direc-
ci6n de Marina utiliza un hidr6metro para medir el potential electrolitico
de una de varias baterias de embarcaciones que estAn siendo recargadas.


"El equipo universitario de beis-
bol panameno mereci6 quizAs un
segundo lugar en los II Juegos Uni-
versitarios Centroamericanos y del
Caribe", opin6 el entrenador de la
novena, Profesor Jos6 D. Ampudia,
quien se desempefia como professor
de Educaci6n Fisica en la Zona del
Canal.
Ampudia dijo que el equipo de
Panamai perdi6 dos juegos por ven-
taja minima de una carrera y pudo
ganarle a Cuba en juego que debi6
ir a 15 episodios, pero la suerte le
fue adversa. La selecci6n paname-
fia logr6 concctar 53 imparables en
los 52 episodios en que jug6, pero,
evidentemente su bateo no fue
oportuno.
Especial elogio del director del
conjunto de beisbol de Panamai, asi
como de la prensa mexicana, mere-
ci6 la excelente tarea cumplida por
el lanzador Fanor Castillo, oriundo
de Bocas del Toro, quien lanz6 14/3
episodios frente a Cuba, que apel6
a cuatro lanzadores para poder do-
blegar al equipo panamefio.
Afirm6 Ampudia que la caida de
PanamA contra Cuba se produjo al
formirsele una ampolla en uno de
los dedos de la mano de lanzar a
Castillo, problema que fue aprove-
chado por el poderoso conjunto is-
lenio para embasar dos hombres en
el d6cimo quinto episodio, decre-
tandose la salida de Castillo. El
juego termin6 6-3.
Castillo, que friza en los 25 afios,
fue informado del interns de un
buscador de talents para que in-
gresara en una de las organizacio-
nes de pelota professional de los Es-
tados Unidos, pero no se mostr6


interesado pues se halla empefiado
en obtener su titulo de Pedagogia
en la Universidad de PanamA. Es
maestro en la actualidad.
PanamA le gan6 en M6xico al
equipo local por 5-3, pero perdi6
por la minima diferencia frente a
Venezuela, que fue el subcampe6n
detrAs de Cuba (2-1) y Republica
Dominicana (5-4). A Puerto Rico lo
aventajaba PanamA hasta caer por
anotaci6n final de 6-2, explic6 Am-
pudia. La novena panamefia gan6 1
juego y perdi6 4 quedando empa-
tada con las de M6xico y Republica
Dominicana. Puerto Rico ocup6 el
tercer puesto (3-2).


El Club Caribe

Tendra Festival

De Debutantes
El Club Social y Cultural Caribe
adelanta los preparativos para su
traditional Festival de Debutantes.
Este afio el desfile tendrA lugar
el sAbado 5 de abril en el amplio
Club NAiutico Caribe de la ciudad
de Col6n. El product que recaude
en esta actividad sera destinado al
fondo del club para a)udar a cos-
tear los studios a j6venes de esca-
sos recursos que( cursen su escuela
secundaria.
El Club Caribe ofreccrA oportu-
namente mayores detalles en rela-
ci6n a cste event, en el cual se es-
pera una amplia colaboraci6n del
pilblico en general, que pod1ra con-
tribuir con una bendfica labor al
ticimpo que disfruta sananiente.


PAgina 3


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LA OFICINA DE LA SALA 5
Los "Angeles Blancos", Sra. Dominga Ceballos de Watson, en primer
piano y la Srta. Margaret Omland repasan las cuadriculas de los pacientes
de la sala, mientras Enrique Sterling, oficinista de la sala estA listo para
dar cualquier explicaci6n de indole administrative.









Febrero 21, 1975


Jacinto Castro Labor6


37 Anos Para el Canal


120 ANOS DESPUES
A 120 afios de distancia, el Ferrocarril de Panama estA
aumentando en popularidad. Muchos lo utilizan en tra-
vesias diarias para ir al trabajo y regresar; otros para
ir y regresar de sus studios y una buena cantidad sen-
cillamente para realizar un paseo en tren con la familiar


terrestre que separaba los oc6anos
AtlAntico y Pacifico.
En 1849, un grupo de inversio-
nistas norteamericanos decidi6 que
el Istmo tenia un gran potential y
comenz6 la construcci6n de un fe-


y salirse asi de la rutina. La foto, tomada cuando el
tren se acerca al t6nel de Miraflores, muestra al fondo
las Esclusas de Pedro Miguel y un gran barco dirigi6n-
dose hacia el sur. Present los dos m6todos de transpor-
te interoceAnico con que cuenta el Canal.


(Viene de la pdgina 1)
rrocarril. Los problems encontra-
dos durante el period de la cons-
trucci6n, de 1849 a 1855, suminis-
trarian a cualquier escritor material
para today una vida y para escribir
un libro sumamente interesante.


Baste decir que ya se han escrito
muchos libros sobre nuestro ferro-
carril y que aln hoy en dia, los via-
jeros que cruzan el Istmo en tren,
quedan llenos de admiraci6n hacia
los constructores de lines ferreas
de hace mAs de 1 siglo.
Sin embargo, muy pocos son los
que saben que la mayor parte de la
line original del Ferrocarril de Pa-
nama estA sumergida bajo el Lago
Gatin. Desde su primer viaje, el
ferrocarril encontr6 numerosos pro-
blemas, incluso los de indole eco-
n6mica. Pero siempre, el pequefio
ferrocarril ha cobrado nuevos brios
y hoy en dia, a diferencia de otros
ferrocarriles, estA gozando de uno
de sus mejores periods.
Bajo la gerencia de Frederick R.
Call, quien sirvi6 anteriormente con
el Ferrocarril de Pensilvania y que
se uni6 al Ferrocarril de PanamA
en 1960, la line ha continuado me-
jorando sus servicios de pasajeros y
de carga.
Una de las cinco divisions de la
Direcci6n de Transporte y Termi-
nales, la alta direcci6n del Ferroca-
rril de PanamA corresponde al Co-
ronel Charles R. Clark y a Donald
R. Brayton, Director y Subdirector,
respectivamente de Transporte y
Terminales. Este iltimo fue gerente
del Ferrocarril de PanamA.


Centro de Gatun Se Organiza Maraton Acuatica


Podra Visitarse


El Dia de Hoy

El nuevo Centro Comunal de
Gat/on, Edificio 206, estarA abierto
al p/iblico durante el dia de hoy.
El nuevo centro contarA con un
mercadito dotado de aire acondicio-
nado, de una refresqueria, un pe-
quefio teatro, ana oficina de correos,
una biblioteca y una barberia.
El recien creado teatrito de pe-
liculas de 16mm. abrira a las 7 esta
noche, estrenAndose con la pelicula
en technicolor de Walt Disney The
Ugly Dachshund (Operaci6n Sal-
chicha). El sAbado tambi6n a las 7
p.m. se proyectarA The Sound of
Music (La Novicia Rebelde) y el
domingo Skyjacked (Vuelo 502 en
Peligro).
Los sabados y domingos a las 2
p.m., habrA matinds.


Registra Loable . . .
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
capacidad, en lo que se consider
es una marca en el Canal.
AdemAs de los jefes de direccio-
nes, asistieron a las ceremonies de
entrega de los premios los jefes de
divisions, el Director de la Oficina
de Seguridad y funcionarios de 6sta.
Placas alusivas a cada premio de
seguridad serAn colocadas en exhi-
bici6n en el Centro de Servicios Co-
munales de Balboa.


El 8 de marzo tendra lugar la
Tercera Marat6n Acuitica Anual
que Ileva a cabo el Club Internacio-
nal de Nataci6n.
Este event annual es una prueba
de resistencia. Los competidores
tratarin de nadar, sin detenerse, du-
rante 2 horas o de completar 200
cruces a lo largo de la piscina, cual-
quiera de las dos acciones que ter-
mine primero.
Los que complete el event ha-
brIn nadado s61o un poco menos
de 3 mills.
Esta Marat6n Acuatica se lleva a
cabo todos los afios con el fin de
recolectar fondos para hacer pro-
paganda al Sal6n de la Fama Inter-
nacional de Nataci6n, para acopiar
fondos para una Biblioteca de Segu-
ridad en la Nataci6n y en el Agua,
para sostener los Fondos Olimpicos
de Viaje y para proporcionar fondos
de viaje para los nadadores del
Club Internacional de Nataci6n, de
manera que puedan mantener su
status de aficionados y aln asi, com-
petir en Competencias de Centro y
Sur America y en las Pruebas Na-
cionales de los Estados Unidos.
Las contribuciones individuals
pueden hacerse de dos maneras.
Antes de la Marat6n Acuatica, a los
interesados se les solicitarA patroci-
nar un nadador mediante el ofreci-
miento de una cantidad especifica
en metAlico por cada tramo que su
nadador complete. La oferta puede
ser de 1 centavo a 1 d6lar o mas
por cada tramo. Dichas sumas se


pagarin despues que termine la Ma-
rat6n Acuatica y se calculen las can-
tidades. Pero result much mis fA-
cil y menos complicado si los que
esten interesados muestran confian-
za en su nadador y hacen la dona-
ci6n por anticipado.
Se aceptarAn donaciones de part
de grupos organizados a los que se
entregarin certificados de agradeci-
miento por su ayuda.

C;a. del Canal...
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
La presentaci6n de la empresa
del Canal responded a formal invi-
taci6n girada por el comit6 organi-
zador de la feria al Gobernador
David S. Parker.
Otra de las atracciones que ofre-
cerA la feria include misica ejecuta-
da por Lucho Azcirraga. Un com-
bo de la Banda de Mdsica de la
Fuerza Aerea de los EE. UU. tam-
bien brindarA misica popular a los
asistentes al pabell6n de la Zona del
Canal.
Se invita a todos los residents de
la Zona del Canal a que visiten la
feria de La Chorrera, que este ailo
ofrecerA muchisimas atracciones.


iCuide a los Niiios!

Maneje con cuidado,

detrds de una pelota

siempre va un niio.


Seis panamefios, un colombiano y
un ecuatoriano aparecen en la list
de jubilados del servicio al Canal de
Panama del mes de enero.
En lo que se refiere a servicio, el
decano es Jacinto Castro, nacido en
la ciudad de Panama, ayudante me-
cnico tornero nAutico en la Divi-
si6n de Dragado, sector Pacifico,
con 37 afios, 6 meses, 10 dias. Le
sigue, algo a distancia, un colonense
nacido en Santa Isabel, Prisciliano
Alarc6n, operario de lancha motora,
en la Divisi6n de Puertos, sector Pa-
cifico, quien ha acumulado 31 afios,
2 meses, 16 dias de servicio. No
muy lejos, le sigue de tercera la Sra.
Lucia Araoiz, nacida en Chimrn,
Provincia de PanamA, quien al mo-
mento de jubilarse era auxiliar de
enrermeria en el Hospital Gorgas,
sector Pacifico y acumul6 29 afios,
2 meses y 4 dias de servicio.
Los restantes son:
Raymond Abbott, operario de montacargas de
trinche, Divisi6n de Almacenes, sector Pa-
cifico: 6 anos, 4 meses, 9 dias.
Luis A. Bedoya, estibador, Divisi6n de Termi-
nales, sector Pacifico: 22 anos, 11 meses,
10 dias.
Baldomero Granado M., estibador. Division de
Terminales, sector Pacifico: 23 afos, 7 me-
ses, 22 dias.
Casimiro Martinez, pasabarcos, Divisi6n de
Puertos, sector Atlantico: 22 aios, 1 mes,
24 dias.


Enrique Martinez, aseador, Divisi6n de Esclu-
sas, sector Pacifico: 21 afos, 10 meses,
21 dias.
Entre los jubilados de enero tam-
biWn aparecen dos ciudadanos esta-
dounidenses. Son ellos:
Bruce Banks, nacido en Tusca-
losa, Alabama, quien al moment de
jubilarse se desempefiaba cono sol-
dador en la Divisi6n de Transporte
a Motor en el sector Atlntico. Acu-
mul6 10 afios, 1 mes y 10 dias de
servicio y la Sra. Minnie E. Sebik,
ayudante de dentisteria en el Hos-
pital Gorgas, que naci6 en Mc-
Kinney, Texas y prest6 servicios du-
rante 11 afios, 7 meses, 17 dias.


Hay Seminario


Sobre Enersga
Como parte de la Semana del In-
geniero, que se extiende hasta el dia
de mafiana, sAbado 22 de febrero,
se ofrecerA un seminario sobre ener-
gia. Sera dictado de 9 a.m. a 1 p.m.,
el dia de mafiana, en el Auditorio de
la Escuela Secundaria de Balboa.
Para reservaciones deberA llamar-
se al tel6fono 52-3421.
La entrada sera gratis y se servi-
rAn refrescos.


GOBIERNO DE LA ZONA DEL CANAL-COMPARIA DEL CANAL DE PANAMA
D:RECCION DE PERSONAL

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POSICIONES PERMANENTES
Alguacil NM-8� __- --------------

Almacenero MG-4* ----------------------
Anotador(a) Estenogrificola) NM-61__------


Direccidn
o Si- i
Salario Divisidn tio
--__$11.128.00 Juzgado de
Balboa P
-___--___$2.07 Abastos P
__-$9.048.00 Junta Inspecto-
res Locales P


Armador de Buques MG- 10____-- ---------- ---------$5.41 Industrial
Aseador MG-1 -------------------------------------.$2.00 Puertos
Auxiliar Bibliotecario(a) NM-3 (Tiempo parcial que no exceda
30 horas semanales) -------- --------------$2.34 Biblioteca
Ayudante Mecinico de Equipo Para Acondicionadores
de Aire MG-8 ---- -- ----------- ---- $2.74 Mantenimienti
Capitin de Remolcador FE-15 (Se require tener licencia) -- $7.76 Puertos
Contador(a)/Contador(a) Administrativo(a)
NM-5/11 ---------- -- $8.153.60/$14.643.20 Contraloria
Enfermera/Enfermera Clinica NM-4/7
(Trabajo de turno)----------------- $7.800.00/$10.400.00 Salubridad
Especialista en Operaciones de
Transporte NM-9/11 __-----$--- 12.230.40/$14.643.20 Terminales
Fisioterapeuta Supervisor NM-7/9---- $10.067.20/$12.230.40 Hos. Gorgas
Ingeniero General NM-9/11_ ---$12.230.40/$14.643.20 Esclusas
Mecinico Tornero-Nautico MG-10---- -- ------$5.41 Industrial
Mozo de Oficio-Servicio de Comidas MG-2 ------- $2.01 Hos. Palo Sec
Obrero MG-3" ------------ ---- -------------$2.03 Abastos
Oficinista, Asuntos de Personal NM-4/6 __- $7.300.80/$9.048.00 Esclusas
Oficinista-Estendgrafo(a) NM-41 (Tiempo parcial que no exceda
30 horas semanales) -------------- $3.51 Abastos
Oficinista-Estendgrafo(a) NM-4/51 (Intermitente) -- $3.51/$3.92 Serv. Adm.
Oficinista-Mecandgrafo(a) NM-31 (Bilingiie) --- $4.867.20 Personal
Operario de Montacargas de Trinche MG-5_____--- --$2.15 Almacenes
Operario(a) de Perforadora NM-2 (Tiempo parcial que no exceda
30 horas semanales)--- --------- --- - $2.06 Contraloria
Operario de Vehiculos a Motor MG-5 (Conocimientos del Ingl6s)
(Se require licencia para conducir) (Primeras 40 horas) __-$2.15 Trans. Motor
Operario de Vehiculos a Motor MG-6 (Conocimientos del Inglis)
(Se require licencia para conducir) (Primeras 40 horas) --$2.20 Trans. Motor
Scldador MG-10 (Intermitente) ___----------- - $5.41 Industrial
Supervisor de Bolera NM-4 (Trabajo de turno) (Tiempo parcial
que no exceda 30 horas semanales) - - -- $3.51 Abastos
Tfcnico de Equipo Electr6nico NM-9 (Se dara examen escrito en
teoria de electr6nica) (Se require un minimo de 2 afos de
experiencia especializada en el mantenimiento independiente
de sistemas de computadoras tanto en el equipo automitico
para la preparaci6n de informaci6n para ser procesada por
computadoras como en el lenguaje de programaci6n) $12.230.40 Electricidad
Tdcni:c(a) en Ingenieria NM-7/9 -- - $10.067.20/$12.230.40 Industrial
Tdcnica MBdica en Radiologia-Diagn6stico NM-4/6 (Trabajo de
turno) (Debe star disponible para cuando se le necesite) (Se
require entrenamiento en procedimientos especiales y medici-
na nuclear) (Personal femenino) __-- $7.300.80/$9.048.00 Hos. Gorgas
Trabajador de Automdvil MG-8 (Se require licencia
para conducir) ___---------- ----- -----------$2.90 Trans. Motor


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POSICIONES TEMPORALES
Aseador MG-1 (Que no exceda 1 alo) -------- $2.00 Industrial A 1
Ingeniero General (Mitigaci6n de Corrosi6n) NM-5/11
(Que no exceda 1 ano) ______-$8.153.60/$14.643.20 Ingenieria P 1
Marinero MG-7 (Que no exceda 90 dias)
(Se require saber nadar) ..------t--r.-- ---- -- $2.43 Dragado P 12
Obrero MG-3 (Que no exceda 1 afo) --------------------$2.03 Industrial A 6
La solicited debe ser sometida en el Formulario 443, SOLICITUD PARA TRASLADO, a mas
tardar siete (7) dias calendarios de la fecha de esta publicaci6n. Si hace solicitud para mis
de una posici6n, indique el orden de preferencia. DeberB someterse una solicitud 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
ademis del factor impuesto cuando debe aplicarse. El simbolo 1 indica que es necesario un
examen escrito. El simbolo � indica que es una posici6n de seguridad donde puede emplearse
solamente ciudadanos estadounidenses. Los requisitos pueden ser revisados en el Ramo de
Empleos y Colocaciones, Edificio 366, Anc6n o Edificio 1105, Crist6bal. Mayor informaci6n puede
obtenerse en el Ramo de Colocaciones, tel6fonos 52-7996, 52-7501, 52-3583 6 43-1288. No
deben comunicarse directamente con los funcionarios de empleo.
* Sujeto a reclasificaci6n a Trabajador en Adiestramiento NM-1/MG-1. Los empleados que
esten en el program de trabajadores en adiestramiento pueden solicitar cambios dentro del
program.


Paeina 4


SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


El Ferrocarril de Panama. . .


La


Receta de Hoy


Otra de las delicias que ofrecemos oportunamente en esta tempo-
rada de cuaresma, en que los cristianos practican la abstinencia y
reemplazan las carnes de ganado y de aves por los mariscos, es la
siguiente:
CROQUETAS DE PESCADO
2 tazas de pescado cocido y 1 huevo batido
desmenuzado 2 cucharaditas de sal
1 cucharada de cebolla picada V cucharadita de pimienta
1 cucharada de perefil picado 2 huevos batidos
1 taza de papas majadas 1 taza de galletas molidas
% taza de galletas molidas aceite para freir
Procedimiento:
En una taza grande mezcle el pescado desmenuzado, la cebolla,
perejil, papas majadas, galletas molidas, el huevo batido, la sal y la
pimienta. Amase todo bien y guard en la never por � hora.
Forme las croquetas.
Bata los 2 huevos. Pase las croquetas por el huevo batido y luego
por las galletas molidas.
Frialas en aceite caliente hasta dorarlas.
Rinde de 35 a 40 croquetas.


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