The Panama Canal spillway =

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


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

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Full Text

More Than 60 Years of Service to World Commerce

The Panama

Canal Spillway

Vol. XIII, No. 45

Friday, May 9, 1975

Document Those

QRRO ; Relief Duties
AS4rrT For the Record

"Board With Safety" sign says it all for Safe Boarding Week. Holding
up the sign are: Capt. T. W. Gove, left, Panama Canal pilot, and J. C.
Dyer, Marine Bureau Safety Representative-Labor Liaison Officer. At
left is launch seaman Ricardo Mendez.

Safe Boarding Week

Plans Are Announced

Next week has been designated
as "Safe Boarding Week" as a
means of promoting safe boarding
and debarking on all vessels arriv-
ing at the Panama Canal.
Capt. D. A. Dertien, Marine
Director, has pointed out that the
observance of the week is intended
to upgrade boarding procedures
in Canal waters on a year-round
One of the main features of the
week will be inspections made of
arriving vessels by "Board With
Safety" teams operating from both
Cristobal and Balboa. The teams
will consist of assistant port cap-
tains, pilots, boarding officers,
deckhands, boatswains and steam-
ship agents. Vessels will be noti-
fied immediately of boarding facil-
ities which fail to meet existing
international and Panama Canal
safety standards. Captain Dertien
emphasizes that this phase of Safe
Boarding Week is intended to be
an educational program, not a pu-
nitive one.
The boarding teams were in-
doctrinated Wednesday by Capt.
Robert Valentine, president of the
Panama Canal Pilots Association,
at seminars held on both sides of
the Isthmus.
Through the years, pilots, deck-
hands and other Canal employees,
plus persons not employed by the
waterway, have been injured while
boarding and debarking from ves-
sels arriving for transit. The acci-
dents have resulted in lost time
and money in addition to the men-
tal and physical anguish involved.
From time to time, the Marine
Director has issued notices to
shipping agents, owners and oper-
ators on matters related to safe
boarding, such as pilot ladders and
hoists. In March, for example, spe-
cial attention was paid to an Inter-
Governmental Maritime Consultive
Organization rule stating that where
the distance to the point of access
is more than 30 feet from the
waterline, access from the pilot

La Leche Group To Meet
The Atlantic side La Leche
Group will meet at 10 a.m.,
May 14, for a discussion on nutri-
tion and weaning at 247-B Coco
Solo. All interested women and
babies are invited. For further in-
formation, call 43-6747 or 64-3521
in Panama City.

ladder to the ship shall be by
means of an accommodation ladder
or other equally safe and con-
venient means.
Fliers on how to rig boarding
ladders will be made a permanent
part of boarding papers submitted
to vessels entering Canal waters
as part of the continuing campaign
to improve boarding and debark-
ing throughout the year.

The Personnel Bureau cannot
qualify employees for reassignment
or promotion based on relief duties
if those details have not been
documented in their official per-
sonnel folders.
Employees may be detailed to
perform other than their normal
duties for a variety of reasons: to
meet emergencies caused by ab-
normal workload; to fill positions
during unanticipated absences of
regular incumbents; or to test an
employee before formal assign-
ment to a higher grade position or
to a different line of work.
Regardless of the reason for the
detail, undocumented relief duties
will contribute to neither promo-
tion nor reassignment.
A detail in excess of 30 days
needs the prior written approval of
personnel authorities and is, there-
fore, duly documented in an em-
ployee's personnel folder.
Details for less than 30 days are
approved by supervisors orally or
in writing.
If approved in writing, a copy
of the detail assignment should be
forwarded to the Personnel Rec-
ords-Administrative Branch for in-
clusion in the employee's personnel
(Continued on p. 4)

Outstanding Employees

5Women Nominated

For Federal Awards

Five women who have contrib-
uted to the successful accomplish-
ment of the mission of the Canal
organization were nominated to
compete in the Federal Women's
Award Program.

Licenses Are Needed

For Citizen Band

Radio Equipment Here
Canal Zone residents must hold
valid Citizen Band radio licenses
to control Citizen Band radio
equipment in the Canal Zone, ac-
cording to a reminder issued by
the Coordinator of Civil Radio
Examinations for Citizen Band
radio licenses are given from 7:30
to 11:15 a.m. and 1 to 3:30 p.m.,
Monday through Friday, at the
License sections in Ancon and Mar-
Persons interested in the ama-
teur radio license examination may
call 52-7573 or 43-3213. Amateur
tests are normally given the sec-
ond Saturday of each month but
will be given at the convenience
of the applicant, if requested.

It was smiles all around when Lt. Gov. Richard L. Women's Award. From left are Frances F. Sampsell,
Hunt told this group of very special women that they Willie K. Friar, Patricia Flores, Colonel Hunt, Dr.
were the Canal Company's nominees for the Federal Renata de Arboleda and Dr. Mary V. Graham.

Manpower Dollars Can Be Stretched

Ways of reducing personnel costs
through sound management prac-
tices instead of harsh across-the
board cuts are discussed in an
article by Robert E. Hampton,
Chairman of the U.S. Civil Serv-
ice Commission, in an article ap-
pearing in the January-March issue
of the Civil Service Journal.
The article, entitled "Stretching
the Manpower Dollar," is aimed at
Federal managers and urges agency
heads to examine specific areas of
their operations for potential sav-
ings in manpower costs.

Hampton points out that infla-
tion has been steadily driving up
personnel costs because of the sub-
stantial pay increases required by
law each year to maintain com-
parability with the private sector.
Civilian personnel costs including
postal salaries, he says, are $35.5
billion in fiscal 1975 and will in-
crease to $38.9 billion in fiscal

Vacancies, Promotions
The article urges managers to
direct special attention to scrutiniz-

ing vacancies, improving hiring
practices, monitoring promotions,
organizational improvements, train-
ing and using incentive awards
more effectively to encourage cost
In scrutinizing vacancies, Hamp-
ton says managers should fill only
those vacancies that are important
and consider abolishing the job if
essential duties can be redistrib-
uted among other positions. If the
job cannot be abolished he rec-
ommends reengineering the posi-
(Continued on p. 4)

7WL 9

Gift of the Panama Canal Museum

The program annually seeks to
recognize six outstanding career
women in Federal Service, high-
lighting the important work they
are doing in executive, profes-
sional, scientific and technical posi-
Nominated by Acting Gov. Rich-
ard L. Hunt were Renata M. S.
Arboleda, M.D., Patricia M. Flo-
res, Willie K. Friar, Mary V.
Graham, M.D. and Frances F.
Improved Health Care
Dr. Arboleda, Director of the
Canal Zone Mental Health Center,
was nominated for her vigorous
devotion and profound ser.�i , to
the hospital which has result`
improved health care for the Can,'
Zone community. She is credited
with stimulating training asd edu-
cation of psychiatric residents,
social workers and nurses from the
Republic of Panama, tutoring grad-
uate psychiatrists and neurologists
for their specialty board exams,
and her contributions to such vital
Canal Zone committees as child
and infant protection, Aid to
Handicapped, Federally Employed
Women, Equal Opportunity, and
Alcohol and Drug Abuse Preven-
tion and Treatment.
Studied in Germany
Dr. Arboleda received her doc-
tor of medicine degree from the
University of Munich, Germany,
in 1954. She entered the field of
psychiatry in 1956 and, in 1963,
completed post graduate work in
psychosomatic medicine at Temple
University, Philadelphia. She is a
Diplomate of the American Board
of Psychiatry and Neurology.
Mrs. Flores, Administrative Offi-
cer and Personnel Advisor of the
Maintenance Division, was nomi-
nated for an outstanding record of
achievements in her day-to-day
performance of many varied duties.
Special mention was made of her
outstanding leadership of the 21
employees under her supervision-
"an unusual challenge as the group
consists of a mixture of two nation-
alities, two native languages, 10
females, 11 males, and a mixture
of the white, black, and brown
EEO Counselor
In addition, she was cited for
her outstanding service as an equal
employment opportunity counselor
for the past 5 years. Her accom-
plishments are reflected in the fact
that she has been recommended
by six different supervisors for the
eight performance awards she has
received since 1965.
Ms. Friar, editor of the PAN-
AMA CANAL REVIEW, received a
nomination for improving the qual-
ity of the magazine to a level com-
parable to the finest publications
of its kind. She has had the addi-
tional responsibilities of handling
all details of the "Special Edition-
Panama," a 68-page publication.
Ms. Friar designed a special card
and envelope for it and handled
the advertising campaign.
Produces Brochures
She was also responsible for the
design and layout of the major in-
(Continued on p. 4)


May 9, 1975


(Schedule subject to change without notice)

3:00-Sesame Street
4:00-Electric Company
4:30-Cartoon Carnival
4:50-General Hospital
5:10-The Rifleman
6:40-To Tell the Truth (Color)
7:55-Americans All (Color)
8:05--Barefoot in the Park (Color)
8:30-The Thin Man
9:00-Focus on Today
9:20-Movie: "The Great Race" (Color)
11:50-Party! (Color)
12:05-Abbott and Costello (Color)
12:25-Wyatt Earp
12:50-Major League Baseball Highlights:
St. Louis vs. Chicago (Color)
2:20-CBS Sports Spectacular (Color)
4:45-Lucky Jim (Color)
5:10-Buck Owens Ranch Show (Color)
5:35-The Amazing World of Kreskin (Color)
6:00-Weekend '75
6:15-Trails to Adventure (Color)
6:40-Good Times
7:05-Mary Tyler Moore (Color)
7:30-Friends and Lovers (Color)
8:00-Qud Pasa?
8:05-Variety Special: "Action '74"
9:00-Focus on Today
9:20-SCN Special of the Week:
"The Dick Cavett Show" (Color)
10:25-Creature Feature: "Crypt of the
Living Dead" (Color) (Adult)
11:50-Jimmy Dean (Color)
12:00-Spring Street (Color)
12:30-Sacred Heart
12:45-Sunday Playhouse: "The Nevadan"
2:05-The Dinah Shore Winner's Circle
Golf Tournament (Color)
4:30-Superteams (Color)
5:35-The Reasoner Report (Color)
6:40-Last of the Wild (Color)
7:05-Carol Burnett Show (Color)
8:00--Qu Pasa?
8:05-Perry Mason
9:00-Focus on Today
9:20-Movie: "Don't Give Up the Ship"
10:50-Bonus Movie: "California Conquest"
3:00-Sesame Street
4:00-Electric Company
4:30-Cartoon Carnival
4:50-General Hospital
5:10 The Mancini Generation
5:35-Truth or Consequences


6:40-Let's Make a Deal
7:05-Ben Casey
8:00-QuB Pasa?
8:05-Mission Impossible (Color)
9:00-Focus on Today
9:20-1975 Women of the Year Awards
10:40-NBA Play-Offs: Washington vs.
Buffalo (Color)
3:00-New Zoo Revue
3:25-Animal World (Color)
3:50-Electric Company
4:25-Andy Griffith
4:50-General Hospital
5:10-Jack La Lanne
5:35-The New Price Is Right
6:40-The French Chef
7:05-Hallmark Hall of Fame:
"The Snow Goose" (Color)
8:00-Qud Pasa?
8:05-ABC News Close-Up:
"Crashes-The Illusion of Safety"
9:UO-Focus on Today
9:20-Movie: "The Seekers"
10:50-Mike Douglas (Adult)
3:00-Sesame Street
4:00-Electric Company
4:30-Cartoon Carnival
4:50-General Hospital
5:10--f These Walls Could Speak (Color)
5:35-The $10,000 Pyramid
6:40-Password All-Stars (Color)
7:05-The Hudson Brothers (Color)
(Series ends)
8:00-QuB Pasa?
8:05-0zzie's Girls (Color)
8:30-Sanford & Son (Color)
9:00-Focus on Today
9:20-Movie: "Brief Encounter"
10:45-The Tonight Show
3:00-Make a Wish
3:25-Wild Kingdom (Color)
3:50-Electric Company
4:25-The Real McCoys
4:50-General Hospital (Adult)
5:10-The Wacky World of Jonathan Winters
5:35-Now You See It
6:40-The New Dating Game
7:05-The Fugitive
8:00--Qu Pasa?
8:05-Maude (Color)
8:30-Rhoda (Color)
9:00-Focus on Today
9:20-Movie: "Rebus"
10:45-Rock Music Special:
"In Concert" (Color)

Beginning Friday, May 9, 1975
BALBOA (Air-Conditioned) Tues.-Rage (SIT)
Fri., 6:30, 8:00-The Last Lion (SIT) (G) Wed.-Thurs.-CLOS
Friday Owl Show, 10:00-The Way West (G) GATUN-M
Sat. Jr. Mat., 10:00 a.m.-The Sharkfighter (Air
Sun. Jr. Mat., 12:30-I'll Take Sweden Fri.-How To Be
(SIT) (G) Sat. Jr. Mat., 2:00
Sat.-Sun., 2:30, 6:00, 8:30-Mon., 6:00, Sat.-The Only Gal
8:30-Chinatown (R) Sun. Jr. Mat., 2:0
Tues., 6:20, 8:00-Chinese Professionals (G)
(R) Sun.-Viva Zapata
Wed., 6:15, 8:20-Investigation of a Citizen Mon.-Tues.-Wed.-Th
Above Suspicion (R) GA
Thurs., 6:15, 8:20-Billy Jack (SIT) (PG) Fri.-Now You Sec
COCO SOLO (Air-Conditioned) (SIT) (G)
Fri., 7:30-What's Up Doc (SIT) (G) Friday Owl Show,'
Sat. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Namu the Killer Whale Toklas (SIT) (PG
(G) Sat. Jr. Mat., 6:15
Sat., 7:30-Sun., 2:00, 7:30-Mixed Sat., 8:15-Rio Co
Company (PG) Sun.--The Deadly
Mon.-Tues., 7:30-The Laughing Policeman Mon.-CLOSED
(R) Tues.-The Thief \
Wed., 7:30-The Double Man (G) (SIT) (PG)
Thurs., 7:30-Witness for the Prosecution Wed.-McQ (SIT) I
(G) Thurs.-CLOSED
(Air-Conditioned) Fri.-Sat.-CLOSED
Sun.--Mci (SIT) (
Fri.-Sat.-CLOSED Mon.-The Thif
Mon.--The Thief V
Sun.-The Laughing Policeman (R) (SIT) (Pe)
Mon.-The Organization and 10:30 P.M. T. C LOE
Summer (PG)es.
S (PG) I oWed.--The Deadly
Tue;.-Mixed Company (PG) Wed The Deadly
Wed.-The Last Lion (SIT) (G) Thurs CLOSED
Thurs.-The Lost Command (PG) 'All night show
MARGARITA0 shown. All shows a
Fri.-Swiss Family Robinson (SIT) (G) cept as shown. Pro
Friday Owl Show, 10:00-Passion for Danger FILM SUITABILITY
'PG) mitted. General
Sat. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Rings Around the World guidance suggest
'PG) not be suited
Sat.-Night Watch (SIT) (PG) stricted. Persons
Sun. Jr. Mat.. 2.00-Popi (G) less accompanied
Sun.-Mon.Taking of Pelham One Two Three an. X Persons
'R) SIT-Indicates Spa

Very, Very Popular (G)
I-Francis of Assisi (G)
me In Town (PG)
0-Red Skies of Montana

e Him, Now You Don't

9:30-1 Love You Alice B.
--Living Free (G)
inchos (SIT) (G)
Trackers (SIT) (PG)

Who Came To Dinner



/ho Came To Dinner

Trackers (SIT) (PG)

s begin at 7:00 except as
ire post meridiem time ex-
gram subject to change.
GUIDE: G--All ages ad-
audience. PG-Parental
sted, some material may
for preteenagers. R-Re-
under 17 not admitted un-
d by parent or legal guard-
under 17 not admitted.
nish Titles.

V o--

Safety certificate awards and pins were presented re-
cently to three employees of the Supply and Community
Service Bureau for having worked 40 years without a
disabling injury. Holding their certificates are, left to
right: Ralph S. Jackson, Community Services Divi-

sion; John J. McConaghy, Division of Storehouses;
and Robert G. Richardson, Supply Division. With
them are I. C. Egolf, left, Deputy Bureau Director,
and R. K. Erbe, Supply and Community Service
Director, who made the presentations.

Retail Policies Explained Scouts to Hold
C!". A"* Ik4A _L

Q. What recourse does the cus-
tomer have when the clerk is dis-
courteous or gives poor service in
A. Customers can be of great
assistance both to themselves and
to management by immediately
reporting to supervisors at that
unit any instances of discourteous
treatment or poor service by their
employees. The customer should
report the name of the employee
and the details of the incident. This
enables management to take timely
remedial action as effectively as
possible. Frequently, we hear of
these things well after the fact
and, in the absence of specifics,
there is then little we can do of
a corrective nature. Actually, Sup-
ply Division management wel-
comes timely comments on any
matter regarding our service oper-
ations, both the "bad news" and
the "good news." Regarding the
latter, we also would appreciate
hearing about any instances when
the customer has received unusual-
ly good service or assistance from
our employee.
Q. Why do we occasionally find
a supermarket item with more
than one price marked on it?
A. This may be the most fre-
quent question we are asked. Al-
though it is common practice in
U.S. supermarkets to literally be
"one step ahead" of the shopper
and price change all items on the
shelves at any time of the day that
the price change is received at the
store, such is not the practice here.
()Our policy regarding price
changes for grocery and cold stor-
ac items is that whenever there
is a price increase, the merchan-
dise on the shelves normally is sold
at the lower old price until the
shelf stock is depleted. wheneverr
there is a price decrease, shelf
stock is plh sically repriced accord-
ingly. However, for all price
changes, increases and decreases,
warehoused stock is remarked and
sold at the new price. There are
onil two basic exceptions to this.
A few fast-moving items are not
physically price remarked on the
shelves and these items will be
sold at the new price on the effec-
tive date of the price change.
Also, any extremely slow moving
items on unit shelves are remarked
at the new price. The general rule
for drygoods and houseware items

carried in supermarkets is that
shelf prices are not changed on
small value, large volume items
that are already price marked.
However, prices on shelf stocks
are remarked on all high value and
slow moving items.
Special comment should be made
about items that are prepriced
by the manufacturer. Excluding
publications, some prepriced items
are sold at that price, others are
marked and sold at a lower price.
Therefore, on prepriced merchan-
dise there may be instances of two
prices being shown on the item,
but the lower price prevails. At
all other times, only one price
should appear on the shelf item.
If a can or package, not prepriced
by the manufacturer, is found
with two prices shown, a clerical
error has been made and it is our
policy that the customer be
charged only the lower of the
prices, even if it is the incorrect
Finally, if you see an employee
physically remarking a supennar-
ket shelf item, it is because either
there has been a price decrease, or
it is a slow moving item, or a
clerical error is being corrected.
Q. How are operating schedules
(days and hours) established for
stores, theaters, gas stations and
other service operations?
A. In setting such schedules,
many factors must be considered:
manpower ceiling and staffing
levels available, degree of super-
vision and security required, poten-
tial customer volume, amount of
operating expenses to be incurred,
etc. Within such parameters of
consideration, schedules are set
only after coordination with civic
council representatives from the
communities involved. Any sub-
sequent changes also are civic
council coordinated.

rlrst r\a vieet
The Boy Scouts of America, Per-
las District, composed of Pacific
side troops, will sponsor the third
annual Canal Zone Boy Scout First
Aid Meet, May 17, at Albrook
AFS. Scouts from both sides of
the Isthmus may enter the event.
Participants will compete in 10
separate areas starting with an in-
spection of the patrol first aid kit,
individual uniforms and patrol
flag. The other nine will test the
scouts' proficiency in such areas of
first aid as treatment of shock,
burns and multiple injuries.
The competition also was de-
signed to allow boys to familiarize
themselves with first aid techniques
before beginning their outdoor
summer activities.
The meet, to be held in Hangar
3 will begin at 8 a.m. and con-
tinue until 11:45 a.m. or until all
participants have completed the
A patch designed by Perlas Dis-
trict Scout Kiki Nadal will be
awarded to each participant in the
meet. In addition, streamers for the
Scout troops earning the most
points during competitions will be
given to scoutmasters for presenta-
tion to their patrols.
Information sheets and troop
registration blanks can be obtained
at the Scout Office.
Parents are invited to attend the

Bid Sale Announced
The Defense Property Disposal
Office Panama will conduct a spot
bid sale at 9 a.m., May 22, at
Building 1014 PAD Area Albrook
AFS. Inspection will be from 7:30
a.m. to 3 p.m., May 13-21. Cata-
logs will be available on the days
of inspection. No catalogs will be
mailed out.

Panama Canal Spillway
Governor of the Canal Zone Lieutenant Governor Information Officer
TIE 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. Airimaiil subscription cost S10 a year. Make
checks payable to Panama Canal Company and address to: SPIu.wAY
Subscriptions, Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.

Page 2

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May 9, 1975


Theatre Guild Atlantic Side First Aid

Play Tryouts Station Is Inaugurated

Are Announcedr.

Aboard launch U.S. "Juan Grande," the Assistant Chief of the Dredging
Division's Repair Branch, Julio Rodriguez, shows launch relief buoys to
two Suez Canal Authority Engineers. During a 2-day orientation tour,
the visitors inspected those aspects of the Panama Canal program that
would assist them in the reopening of the Suez Canal. From left are:
Rodriguez; Abdel Salam Badawi, Chief Engineer of the Transit Depart-
ment; and Gamal Bahhal, Electrical Engineer, Transit Department.

Hospital, Nurses Weeks

Will Be Observed Here

National Hospital Week and Na-
tional Nurses Week will be ob-
served in the Canal Zone from
May 11 through May 17.
"A Constant Concern for a
Healthy Community" is the theme
of National Hospital Week-1975.
During the week, Canal Zone
hospitals will join 7,000 hospitals
in the United States to contribute
to the American Hospital Associa-
tion's effort to create a public
awareness of the hospital's role in
the community.
The hospital is a community in-
stitution and a community resource
concerned as much with keeping
people well as with restoring
Not only is health care taking
new preventive directions today
but the hospital is more and more
becoming the very center of the
community's health.
A hospital, like an individual,
builds its life on relationships. The
relationship of the hospital with

Next in Ascent of Man
Series Is Scheduled
Two films in the Ascent of Man
series will be presented at 7 p.m.,
tomorrow, in the Cristobal Little
Theatre. The titles are "Knowl-
edge or Certainty" and "Genera-
tion Upon Generation." The pub-
lic is invited free of charge and
refreshments will be on sale.
The last of the series, "The
Long Childhood," will be pre-
sented May 17 with a preview of
the Allister Cooke "America"
series. It is hoped that the "Amer-
ica" series will be presented on
the Atlantic side later.

Bowlers to Meet
Officers and board members will
be elected at the annual meeting
of the Panama Canal Zone Wom-
en's Bowling Association, which
begins at 12 noon tomorrow, at the
Fort Clayton NCO Club.


7TeepfAee 70
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the community of which it is a
part is a vital factor in its success
or failure as a part of the Nation's
health care system.
By working to develop new
methods of delivering quality care,
establishing patient education pro-
grams, quality assurance proce-
dures and cost containment tech-
niques, hospitals and their staffs
strive to assure that the needed
care is available at a reasonable
cost when someone is ill.
Coco Solo Hospital and Gorgas
Hospital have expressed concern
for the community by responding
to the community's health care
needs-by growing, developing,
evolving far beyond their initial
designation as a "center for dying."
Today, the community hospital
is a center for life. It is a center
for those who may need care there.
Beyond this, it is a center for
bolstering the social and economic
life of the community itself.
The social and economic well-
being of our community is depend-
ent on the health of our residents.
By helping to keep us well and
helping us to recover when we are
sick, the hospital contributes sig-
nificantly to the economic health
of our community life.
National Nurses' Week activities
will begin Sunday morning with
religious activities in various Canal
Zone churches commemorating
Nurses' Week, Mother's Day and
International Women's Year.
Monday evening, prospective
nurses and medical students from
Balboa and Paraiso high schools
will meet at Balboa High School
from 7 to 8:30 p.m. to see a film
and hear talks on the various pro-
grams and fields of nursing.
During an afternoon tea at the
home of Health Bureau Director
Dr. Bedford H. Berrey and Mrs.
Berrey, the AFGE Canal Zone
Nurses Lodge 1805 will present a
scholarship to a prospective nurs-
ing student.
Other activities during the week
include tours of the Social Security
Hospital and Gorgas Hospital, an
open house at the Balboa and
Paraiso Community Health centers
and a tea on the Atlantic side.
On Friday, officers and members
of the Nurses' Lodge will present
toys to the Gorgas Hospital pediat-
ric ward.

Tryouts for the Theatre Guild's
next play, "The Gingerbread
Lady," will be held at 7 p.m.,
May 12 and 13 at the guild.
This play by Neil Simon will be
directed by Walter Lenneville, who
has been active in many phases of
Canal Zone theatre for the past 10
years. Lenneville's latest accom-
plishments were portraying Giles
Cory in "The Crucible" at Surfside
Theatre and stage manager for
the current Theatre Guild play,
"Prisoner on Second Avenue."
The show will be produced by
Carol and Jerry Hall, who since
their appearance in last summer's
"Fiddler," have been doing make-
up as a team at the Theatre Guild.
"The Gingerbread Lady" deals
with the problems of an alcoholic,
night club singer, divorcee and
her 17-year-old daughter.
Parts are available for three
females: Evy, the main character,
the alcoholic who at the beginning
of the play is just returning from
a "drying out"; Polly, her 17-year-
old daughter; and Toby Landau,
Evy's best friend, who is a very
attractive woman in her early
Male parts available include
Jimmy, who is probably, but not
obviously, a homosexual, a failure
as an actor and Evy's only real
male friend; Lou, Evy's ex boy-
friend who returns after having
run off with a Cherokee. The third
male character is that of a Span-
ish delivery boy, about 20.
Technical help is also needed.
For more information call Lenne-
ville at 52-6886 or Jerry or Carol
Hall at 83-3323.

A formal ribbon-cutting cere-
mony recently signaled the open-
ing of the Terminals Division's
new First Aid station, which is
located at Building 1020, Cris-
tobal piers.
Doing the honors with a pair
of scissors was Mrs. Karen M.
Coffey, Occupational Health Nurse
in the Terminals Division. Among
those attending the ribbon cutting
were: Col. Charles R. Clark,
Transportation and Terminals Di-
rector; Frank A. Castles, Civil
Affairs Director; Police Chief Wil-
liam F. Kessler; Jack M. Ruoff,
Manager, Marine Bunkering Divi-
sion; and Police Sgt. Ronald A.
Johansson, who suggested the con-
struction of a first aid station.

NAACP to Sponsor

Tribute to Mother
Students of the Canal Zone
Dance Theater and Los Pan Ami-
gos head the list of artists to per-
form at NAACP's Tribute to
Mother at 3 p.m., Sunday, in the
Bella Vista Room of El Panama
Eartha King, Misa Gordon, Lu-
cinda Scotland and Marissa An-
drews, advanced students of the
USO-JWB School of Ballet affi-
liated with the Canal Zone Dance
Theater directed by Ms. Faye de
Ferguson, will do classical dancing
to Rhapsody, Impossible Dream
and Naila.
Los Pan Amigos, directed by
Dr. Daniel Kott, will perform
dances of several countries.
For reservations call Mrs. Edna
Smith at 61-4742, Ms. Penny
Brown at 87-4893, Ms. Violeta
Barnabas at 28-0162, or Audley
Webster at 52-4979.



A full-scale replica of a famous sailing ship transits the Panama Canal
for the second time this year. This time, it is the recreated Pilgrim-the
twin-masted, square-rigged brig that Richard Henry Dana sailed on from
Boston to California in 1834 and then immortalized in his book "Two
Years Before the Mast." Designed from original specifications, construc-
tion was begun in Denmark in 1945 when the original skipper, Capt.
Raymond E. Wallace had the idea of recreating the famous brig after
he discovered the hull in Denmark. Most of the construction was done
in a shipyard in Setubal, Portugal, which specializes in wooden ship-
crafting. When political problems in Portugal threatened the end of the
project, it was moved to Miami where construction was completed and
the brig set sail in March. Capt. Iarold O. Fowler and his crew of 21,
including six women, are sailing to California where the owners, B.J.W.
Enterprises plan to open the ship to the public as a floating museum.

Page 3

Establishment of the First Aid
station was approved by Gov.
David S. Parker in Fiscal Year
1974 and construction was begun
by the Maintenance Division last
Approximately 1,150 employees
of the Transportation and Ter-
minals Bureau and 500 from the
Marine Bureau will have use of
the station. Others, such as Police
and Customs employees, will be
treated on an emergency basis.
The new First Aid station is ex-
pected to reduce lost time injuries,
increase productive hours of per-
sonnel, prevent infections, furnish
up-to-date personnel health rec-
ords, provide early detection of
heart, audio, vision and other
physical problems and assist in
annual physical examinations.
The unit also will assist in the
alcoholic rehabilitation program.
Under normal conditions, injured
employees requiring first aid only
will be treated and be back on the
job in less than half the time
fonnerly required for treatment at
Coco Solo Hospital.

Governor ParFitt

To Speak at AUSA

Membership Meeting
Gov. Harold R. Parfitt will be the
guest speaker at the annual gen-
eral membership meeting and in-
stallation of officers of the Isth-
mian Chapter of the Association
of the U.S. Army at 6 p.m.,
May 30, at the Fort Amador Offi-
cers' Club.
Tickets may be purchased for
$4.50 from all command sergeant
majors of the 193d Infantry Bri-
gade and from William De La
Mater, 52-3536; John Bowman,
52-3412; George Urban, 52-3586;
Fred Cotton, 52-3401; and Dick
Bell, 52-7682. Membership appli-
cations may also be obtained.

Air Force Band

To Give Concert

At CHS May I 1
The U.S. Air Force Southern
Command Band, under the direc-
tion of Capt. Nevin L. Lantry,
will appear in a concert at the
Cristobal High School Auditorium
on Sunday, May 11.
The performance, sponsored by
the Cristobal Little Theatre De-
partment of Performing Arts, will
begin at 3:30 p.m.
Nine members of the Balboa
High School band have been in-
vited to join the USAFSO Band
for the program. The concert will
open with a Fanfare followed by
the playing of the National An-
thems of the Republic of Panama
and the United States. The band
will play traditional symphonic
works with special features includ-
ing a flute quartet and a Dixie-
land Jamboree.
The highlight of the afternoon
will be the band's rendition of
Rhapsody in Blue with a piano
solo by Norman Slade.
The concert is open to the pub-
lic and admission is free.
The sponsors would like to ex-
tend a special invitation to res-
idents of Colon to attend the per-
formance which will be Captain
Lantry's last appearance on the
Isth alms before his return to the
United States later this month.


May 9, 1975

Reduce Personnel Costs
(Continued from p. 1)

tion and establishing it at a lower
grade, retaining only those duties
which are absolutely essential to
the function. Another suggested
option is to establish a develop-
mental position one or more grades
below the previous level.
On the subject of improved
hiring, Hampton points out that
when the general employment
market is tight, the number and
quality of applicants for Federal
jobs increases in proportion. Appli-
cations are now at an all time high,
he says, and this is a good time to
reexamine and adjust career intake
programs, since the availability of
highly qualified applicants is
greater, even for lower grade posi-
tions. He also urges that use of
part-time employees should be ex-
plored, both to take care of peak
workloads and for on-going situa-
tions where less than a full-time
worker is needed.
Freezing Promotions
In the area of promotions
Hampton says: "Few Management
actions are more damaging to em-
ployee morale and productivity
than freezing promotions. But it
just makes good management sense
to establish policies and controls
to assure that promotions are made
only when fully justified.
"I would be the first to recom-
mend promotion career-ladder ad-
vancement for the really outstand-
ing employee; but I would be the
last to agree to automatic promo-
tion solely on the basis of time in
grade. The standard," Hampton
says, "has to be demonstrated abil-
ity for full performance at the
higher grade level, not prospective
anticipation of developing full per-
formance sometime after promo-
In discussing organizational im-
provements, Hampton points out
that in the CSC personnel man-
agement evaluations the most
common fault is "overly frag-
mented organization structure and
excessive supervisory layering,"
which causes under utilization and
oversupervision of the individual
employee and often results in mis-
classification of jobs.
Streamline Structure
He recommends streamlining the
structure of the organization by
reducing reporting levels and eli-
minating unnecessary deputy, as-
sistant, special assistant and assist-
ant-to positions.
"In our evaluations of agency
personnel management," Hampton
says, "we are going to take a
harder look at organization and
position structure, and we are re-
quiring agencies to do the same
in their own evaluations. Building
lean and effective organizations is
one of the best ways managers
have for assuring the taxpayer gets

his money's worth in Govermnent
On the subject of training,
Hampton writes: "In a budget
crunch, many managers have a
tendency to turn first to training
as a prime cost-reduction prospect.
This is unfortunate. Not that train-
ing should be exempted from cost
reduction efforts, but it should be
done with a scalpel rather than a
meat ax."
Training Course Value
Hampton deplores "training for
the sake of training" and suspects
that "we are not getting full value
from many training courses and
programs." He urges managers to
examine methods used in deter-
mining which employees are to
get what training to make certain
that proper selection practices are
being used to assure the greatest
return on training investments.
In the area of incentive awards.
Hampton points out that since its
inception, 20 years ago, the Fed-
eral Incentive Awards program has
produced over $4 billion in savings
for the Government. He urges that
increased emphasis be placed on
encouraging participation in this
program, as emphasized by Pres-
ident Ford.
In closing, Hampton's article
suggests that managers explore
their operations to identify other
possibilities for cost reduction in
addition to the ones he discussed.
He reminds them that in so doing,
they have a responsibility to work
with employees and their union
representatives under the Federal
management-labor relations pro-
"Since any efforts toward im-
proving personnel practices impact
directly or indirectly on employ-
ees, their views and concerns
should be solicited and consid-
ered," he says, pointing out that
employees and their representatives
can make significant contributions
and ideas for achieving cost re-
ductions through improved work
procedures and other personnel
practices. "Management has no
monopoly on innovativeness," he

(Continued from p. 1)
If the detail is approved orally,
it is to the employee's advantage
for the supervisor to complete a
copy of Form 39, "Relief Duty
Performed" for inclusion in the
official personnel folder.
It is generally the supervisor's
responsibility to assure that relief
work performed by his employees
is documented, but for their own
benefit employees should follow up
to make sure the documentation
has been accomplished.


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Sleek, modernistic Russian hydrofoil "Kometa M" skims the water during
a demonstration at Cristobal. Canal officials, shipping representatives and
the press were introduced to the vessel during a brief run outside the
breakwater recently. The "Kometa" is 108 feet long and features aircraft-
type armchairs for 102 persons in its three passenger compartments. The
seagoing vessel is designed for use in coastal shipping within 20 miles
from the coast. She was transported by cargo ship from Odessa, Russia,
to Havana, Cuba, and from there went on her own to the Bahamas, the
United States and Central America before coming to Panama on a
promotional tour. She was scheduled to go next to Cartagena, Colombia.
Asking price is approximately $1 million. For economy minded mariners,
the manufacturer makes smaller models at lower prices.

Sharon Czarnecki and James H. Wheeler provide a
light for "Smoking Sam" during the 5-day Plan
Against Smoking held at the Canal Zone College
Auditorium last week. More than 100 people who
smoke but wish they did not enrolled for the seminar.
The program was conducted by Robert S. Folkenberg,
of Guatemala, and Dr. Frank McNiel, of Honduras,
who were invited to the Canal Zone after word-of-
mouth reports reached local voluntary health associa-
tions of the success of their non-smoking programs
throughout Central America and during a previously
unpublicized program on the Isthmus. The sympo-

Women Nominated
(Continued from p. 1)

formation brochure on the Panama
Canal and Canal Zone; the pro-
duction in Spanish, French, and
English of two booklets distributed
during the United Nations Security
Council meeting in Panama, and
the production of more than six
separate brochures on such di-
verse subjects as "The Governor's
House," "How to do Business with
the Panama Canal," and "The Gov-
ernor Speaks on the Canal."
Ms. Friar was graduated from
the University of Georgia with a
bachelor of arts degree in journal-

Established Vital Services
Dr. Mary V. Graham, Chief of
the Community Health Branch, Di-
vision of Public Health, was nom-
inated for the award for establish-
ing such vital services in the Canal
Zone as the Alcoholic Rehabilita-
tion Program, a service for child
abuse and neglect, a pediatric res-
idency training program in the care
of well babies; Well Baby clinics
in six Community Health Centers;
and introducing family planning
services to two Latin American
communities in the Canal Zone.
Dr. Graham holds a bachelor of
science degree in medicine from
the University of Oklahoma, a
teaching certificate from the Uni-
versity of Tulsa, a doctor of med-
icine degree from Tulane Univer-
sity, and a master's degree in pub-
lic Health from the University of
California at Berkeley School of
Public Health. She is a Diplomate
of the American Board of Pediat-

Six New Schools
Mrs. Sampsell was nominated
for her outstanding service as As-
sistant Superintendent, U.S. Ele-
mentary schools. Her responsibili-
ties have included the construction
of six new schools, the renovation
of other units, and the recruiting
and training of teaching personnel
for the more than 50,000 children
who have attended elementary
schools during her period of serv-
Mrs. Sampsell received a bach-
elor of science degree from the

slum was sponsored jointly by the TB and Respiratory
Disease Committee, Canal Zone Cancer Committee,
and Heart Association. From left are Folkenberg,
Wheeler, Ms. Czarnecki, "Smoking Sam," Dr. Ernest
K. Kredel, executive secretary to the Cancer Com-
mittee; Mrs. Hermecinda Herrera, president of the
TB and Respiratory Disease Committee; Dr. McNiel,
and Dr. Jos6 Antonio Fil6s, representing the Heart
Association. Significantly, it was "Smoking Sam,"
the dummy, whose innards were used to prove the
deposits of tar, nicotine and at least 28 other injurious
substances inhaled with each puff of a cigarette.

Eastern Star To Hold

Charity Card Party

Orchid Chapter No. 1, Order of
the Eastern Star, will hold its
Annual Charity Card Party, at 7:30
p.m., May 18, at the Scottish Rite
Temple in Balboa. Everyone is in-
vited to attend an evening of fun,
playing favorite card games and
enjoying delicious refreshments.
There will be door prizes and table
prizes. You need not be present to
win one of the beautiful door
prizes. Tickets are available from
members of Orchid Chapter or
may be purchased at the door.
Admission is $1.50. For further
information contact Mrs. Jane
Sparling at 52-2993.

Treated Lumber Can Burn
Treated lumber can cause skin
burn and eye irritation and must be
used with caution. Wear protective
clothing and wash contaminated
clothing regularly. Avoid sawdust-
to-skin contact and contaminated
hand-to-eye contact.

Middle Tennessee State College
and a master of arts degree in Ele-
mentary Education from Peabody
College, Tennessee.
The nomination .took special
note of the fact that on four oc-
casions, Mrs. Sampsell has served
as Acting Superintendent of
Schools, making her the only
woman ever to fill the position of
a Company-Government division
Achievements Recognized
Final selections for the award
will be based upon achievements
having an important effect on a
major Government program or spe-
cific outstanding accomplishments
which have made, or are making,
an important contribution to ad-
ministrative, social, scientific or
technical progress in the world of
a Federal agency. Selection will
also be dependent upon the demon-
stration of either leadership or
sustained individual performance
showing a high degree of integrity,
honesty and judgment.


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

Biological Aid NM-2� $----- ---- ---------$4,284.80
Computer Technician NM-6__ ---- --$9,048.00
Gardener MG-5 ------------ $2.15
Industrial Engineer (Program Appraisal
Officer) NM-11/13 $14,643.20/$20,300.80
Janitor MG---------------- $2.00
Laborer MG-3* (First 40 hours) --- ---- - $2.03
Linehandler MG-4* (Swimming ability required) ..--- $2.07
Maintenance Machinist MG-10 (Knowledge of English required) $5.41
Medical Officer (General Practice) NM-12/13 $22,172.80/$25,168.00
Medical Technology (Instruction) NM-9/11 _$12,230.40/$14,643.20
Nursing Assistant NM-2/30
(Male only) (Shift work) --- _ $4,284.80/$4,867.20
Nurse/Clinical Nurse NM-4/7 (Shift work) $8,102.00/$10,878.00
Welder Helper MG-5 ___------- --$2.15

Clerk NM-4 (NTE 9-29-75)1-------- --

Water & Labs. A
Comptroller P
Com. Serv. P

Exec. Plan S. P
Com. Serv. P
Terminals A
Locks A-P
Industrial P
Coco Solo Hos. A
Schools P

Palo Seco Hos. P
Health A-P
Maintenance A

$7,300.80 Engineering P 1

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.

Page 4

Gift of the Panama Canal Museum

Mcis de 60 Afios al Servicio del Comercio Mundial

Spillway del Canal de Panama

Viernes 9 de Mayo de 1975

Vol. XIII, No. 45



La semana pr6xima ha sido de-
signada "Semana de Abordaje Se-
guro", como un medio de promo-
ver pricticas seguras de abordaje
y desembarco en todo lo relacio-
nado con las naves que utilizan el
Canal de Panama.
El Capitan Donald A. Dertien,
Director de Marina, ha sefialado
que la observaci6n de esta semana
estai destinada a mejorar los pro-
cedimientos de abordaje en aguas
del Canal durante todo el afio.
Una de las principles caracte-
risticas de la semana sera la ins-
pecci6n que se harA de los buques
que arriben a puerto, por parte de
equipos "De Abordaje con Segu-
ridad", clue operaran tanto en Bal-
boa como en Crist6bal. Estos equi-
pos estarAn integrados por los ayu-
dantes de capitin de puerto, prac-
ticos, funcionarios de abordaje, pa-
sabarcos, contramaestres de pasa-
barcos y agents de empresas na-
vieras. Se notificarA inmediatamen-
te a las naves sobre las instalacio-
nes de abordaje que no cumplan
con los estandares de seguridad,
tanto internacionales como del
Canal de Panami actualmente en
vigencia. El Capitin Dertien ha
hecho hincapi6 en que esta fase
de la Semana de Abordaje Seguro
tiene por objeto convertirse en un
program educativo y no punitive.
Los equipos de abordaje fueron
instruidos el mircoles per el Ca-
pittin Robert Valentine, presiden-
te de la Asociaci6n de PrActicos
del Canal de PanamA, en semina-
ries que tuvieron lugar en ambos
sectors del Istmo.
Durante anios, los prActicos, pa-
sabarcos y otros empleados del
Canal, ademfis de otras personas
no empleadas per la via interoceA-
nica, han resultado lesionados en
mementos en que abordaban o de-
sembarcaban de naves que Ilega-
ban para transitar per el Canal.
Esns accidents han causado p6r-
dida de tiempo y de dinero, ade-
mais de las consiguientes angustias
fisicas y mentales.
En diferentes ocasiones, el Di-
rector de Marina ha notificado a
los agents navieros, a los armado-
res y a los operadores de naves
sobre asuntos relacionados con el
abordaje seguro, tales come escalas
para los prActicos y gruas. En mar-
zo, per ejemplo, se prest6 especial
atenci6n a una regla del Organis-
mo Intergubernamental Maritime
y de Consulta que establece que,
donde la distancia hasta el punto
(Contin6a en la pdgina 4)

Un articulo por Robert E. Hamp-
ton, president de la Comisi6n de
Servicio Civil de los Estados Uni-
dos, expone la manera de disminuir
los costs de personal per medio
de prActicas correctas, en lugar de
hacer drAsticos recortes en el per-
sonal. Dicho articulo aparece en
la edici6n de febrero-marzo del
Civil Service Journal.
El articulo, titulado "Estirando
la Capacidad del Dl6ar en lo que
sc Reficre a Mano de Obra" y di-
rigido a los Administradores Fe-
derales exhorta a los jefes de agen-
cias a examiner areas especificas
de sus opcraciones para potcncia-
les ahorros en costo de mano de
Hampton sefiala que la inflaci6n
ha estado aumentando pennanen-

Postulan Para el Premio

Anual Valores Femeninos


El abordaje seguro de las naves que transitan el Canal, constitute
uno de los motives de preocupaci6n de la Compafiia del Canal. La
foto muestra a un funcionario de abordaje en plena operaci6n. La empresa
del Canal ha declarado la pr6xima semana como la "Semana de Abor-
daje Seguro", durante la cual se dara 6nfasis al mejoramiento de los
procedimientos de abordaje en aguas del Canal durante todo el afio.

Es Important Constancia

De Ascensos Temporales

consecuentemente, hecho constar
en el archivo personal del em-
Las funciones adicionales por 30
dias o menos son aprobadas oral-
mente o en forma escrita, por los
supervisors. Si se efectfa por es-
crito, se debe enviar una copia de
los deberes adicionales que son
asignados, al Ramo Administrativo
y de Archives Personales, para que
(Continda en la pdgina 4)

En ocasiones la Direcci6n de
Personal encuentra que algunos
empleados no estAn calificados
para desempefiar funciones corres-
pondientes a un grado superior o
para ser ascendidos, debido a que
no aparece evidencia en su archive
personal de que hubieran desempe-
fiado funciones que ameriten tal
Por diversas razones, un emplea-
do a veces tiene que desempefiar
otras funciones. Por ejemplo, en
el caso de emergencies ocasionadas
por un volume normal de traba-
jo; tener que llenar posiciones en
las quc se han producido ausencias
imprevistas entire los empleados re-
gulares y al tener que probar em-
pleados para asignaci6n formal y
permanent en posiciones de un
grado miis alto o en diferentes ra-
mos de trabajo.
Funciones adicionales asignadas
por sobre los 30 dias, requieren
autorizaci6n escrita previa por las
autoridades de Personal y ello es,

temente los costs del personal, de-
bido a los aumentos substanciales
de salario ordenados per ley todos
los anios para mantener un nivel de
operabilidad con el sector privado.
Los costs del personal civil, in-
cluso los salaries postales, dice,
son de $35.500 millones en el ano
fiscal 1975 y aumentarAn a $38.900
millones en el ano fiscal 1976.
El articulo exhorta a los admi-
nistradores a dirigir su especial
atenci6n a escrutinizar las vacan-
tcs, a mcjorar las practices de re-
clutamiento, a estudiar los ascen-
sos, las mijoras dentro de la orga-
nizaci6n, a adiestrar y utilizar pre-
inios por incentive, con el fin (de
conseguir una reducci6n mis efec-
tiva en los costs.
(Continia en la pdgina 4)

Cinco mujeres que han contri-
buido en gran parte a los 6xitos
de la misi6n que desempefia la
empresa del Canal han sido pos-
tuladas para competir en el Pro-
grama Federal de Premios a las
El program trata todos los afios
de hacer reconocimiento a seis mu-
jeres que se han destacado en el
Servicio Federal, destacando sus
importantes ejecutorias en posicio-
nes ejecutivas, profesionales, cien-
tificas y t6cnicas.
Han sido postuladas por el Go-
bernador Interino Richard L. Hunt
la Dra. Renata S. de Arboleda, Pa-
tricia M. Flores, Willie K. Friar,
la Dra. Mary V. Graham y Fran-
ces F. Sampsell.
La Dra. Arboleda, Directora del
Centro de Salubridad Mental de
la Zona del Canal, fue postulada
per su entusiasta consagraci6n y
notables servicios al hospital, que
han dado por resultado grandes
mejoras en la atenci6n de la salud
para toda la comunidad de la Zona
del Canal. Tiene a su cr6dito el
haber estimulado el adiestramien-
to y perfeccionamiento de los re-
sidentes en siquiatria, de trabaja-
dores sociales y enfermeras de la
Repiblica de Panama; de haber
brindado instrucci6n especializada
a siquiatras graduados y a neur6-
logos para los exAmenes que de-
b)ian presenter ante sus respectivas
juntas de registro y de haber con-
tribuido con importantes comites
de la Zona del Canal como el de la
Protecci6n a los Nifios e Infantes,
de Ayuda a los InvAilidos, de las
Mujeres Empleadas del Gobierno
Federal, de Igualdad de Oportu-
nidades y el de la Prevenci6n y
Cura del Alcoholismo y el Abuso
de las Drogas.
La Dra. Arboleda obtuvo su
doctorado en medicine en la Uni-
versidad de Munich, Alemania, en
1954. Se dedic6 al studio de la
siquiatria en 1956 y en 1963 ter-
min6 sus studios de post grado
en medicine sicosomitica en la
Universidad Temple, en Filadelfia.
Es diplomada por la Junta Ameri-

cana de Siquiatria y Neurologia.
La Sra. Flores, Funcionaria Ad-
ministrativa y Asesora de Personal
en la Divisi6n de Mantenimiento,
fue postulada por sus sobresalien-
tes logros en el desempefio diario
de sus variados deberes. Se hizo
especial menci6n de la manera so-
bresaliente como dirige a los em-
pleados que estin bajo su supervi-
si6n, tarea nuy especial pues "di-
cho grupo consiste de una mezcla
de dos nacionalidades, dos lenguas
maternas, 10 damas, 11 varones y
una mezcla de razas disimiles".
Ademas, se hizo constar sus so-
bresalientes servicios como asesora
sobre oportunidades iguales de tra-
bajo durante los tiltimos 5 afios.
Sus logros se reflejan en el he-
cho de que ha sido recomendada
por seis supervisors diferentes
para ocho premios por su desem-
pefio en el trabajo que ha recibido
desde 1965.
La Sra. Friar, Directora de la
Revista del Canal de Panama, fue
postulada por haber mejorado la
calidad de dicha revista hasta un
nivel comparable con las mejores
publicaciones de su clase. Tam-
bien tuvo la responsabilidad adi-
cional de encargarse de todos los
detalles del "Special Edition-Pan-
ama", una publicaci6n de 68 pagi-
nas. La Sra. Friar disefi6 una tar-
jeta especial y un sobre adecuado,
ademis de que se encarg6 de toda
la promoci6n de dicha publicaci6n.
Tambien es responsible por el
disenio y la diagramaci6n del prin-
cipal folleto de informaci6n sobre
el Canal de PanamA y la Zona del
Canal; se encarg6 de la producci6n
en espafiol, francs e ingl6s, de dos
(Continda en la pdgina 4)

ALPES Ofrecio

Un Seminario

En la Zona
Una notable concurrencia de fu-
mnadores y otras personas interesa-
das en el tema, asistieron al Se-
minario de 5 dias celebrado re-
cientemente en el Auditorio de la
Universidad de la Zona del Canal,
durante el cual se desarroll6 un
plan para abandonar el vicio de
El program, ofrecido por la
Asociaci6n Latinoamericana para
la Protecci6n de la Salud (ALPES),
fue ofrecido a iniciativa de la Di-
recci6n de Salubridad.
La concurrencia original, de 175
personas-de las cuales aproxima-
damente 100 tienen series proble-
mas con el cigarrillo-fue bajando
progresivamente a media que
avanzaba el seminario, hasta Ile-
gar a 70 personas el iltimo dia.
De la cantidad que termin6 el pro-
grama 60 tienen problems con el
Durante el program se presen-
taron peliculas y charlas relatives
al vicio de fumar y los dafios, rea-
Ics v potenciales, que causa a la
Entre los participants figuraban
personas que no habian dejado de
fumar un solo dia durante los ill-
timos 30 aios. MAs de 20 de los
participants formaron un grupo
que continuarAi frecuentAndose y
avudatndose nmutuamente en un cs-
fuerzo conjunto por abandonar el
La t6cnica desarrollada se en-
camina a divulgar conocimientos
sobre los efectos del cigarrillo en
la said v apela a la voluntad del
individuo para tomar una deci-
sion, desarrollar su vollintadl \ el
scntido de consideraci6n per los

Antes de quc la carga que Ilega a los muelles de Crist6bal sea entregada
a los consignatarios, Reyna V. Barrios-la simpftica panamena que apa-
rece en la foto-verifica que el contenido sea el que se especifica en el
document de embarquc. La Srta. Barrios cs Verificadora de Carga de
la Division de Terminales. El operario de montacargas que aparece al
fondo es Leborn R. Wilmot.

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Mayo 9, 1975

SJuego Amistoso

Celebran Policia

Desde el 9 hasta el 15 de Mayo de 1975

Viernes y s6bado-CERRADO
Domingo-McQ (SIT) (PG)
Lunes-The Thief Who Came To Dinner
(SIT) (PG)
Mi6rcoles-The Deadly Trackers (SIT) (PG)
Aire Acondicionado
Viernes y sabado-CERRADO
oomingo-The Laughing Policeman (R)
Lunes-The Organization y 10:30 P.M.

Summer (PG)
Martes-Mixed Company (PG)
Midrcoles-The Last Lion (SIT) (G)
Jueves-The Lost Command (PG)
GUIA DE PELICULAS: (G) Audiencia general
Se permitirI la entrada de personas de
todas las edades. (PG) Se sugiere la Gufa
de los Padres, pues parte de la pelfcula no
sern apta para niios. (R) Restringida. Los
j6venes de menos de 17 aios no seran admi-
tides, a no ser que leguen acompaiiados de
uno de los padres a por su guardian legal.
(X) No se admitirt menores de 17 anos.
(SIT) Pelicula con tltulos en espaiiol.

C arLP a. L1 a * En colors. Sujeto a cambios sin previo aviso.

11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Los Picapiedras
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-El Especial
2:00-Plaza Sdsamo
3:30-La Mujer, el Arte
y el Hogar*
4:00-Porky y sus Amigos
Submarino 2020
5:00-Gobel y los Fantasmas
5:30-El Gran Chaparral "
6:30-Teved6s Informa
7:30-Los Walton*
8:30-Los Novatos*
9:30-El Show de Jimmy
Stewart 0
10:00-Noticias del Siglo
10:05-Ultimas Noticias
10:20-Ultima Tanda
10:30-De Mujer a Mujer
11:15-La Cocina al Instante*
12:00-El Oso Ruperto
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-Polla Hipica
6:00-Fauna Silvestre
6:30--Teveds Informa
7:30-La Hora de Cesar
de Le6n
8:30-Doble Tanda
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 Acci6n

8:00-El Hombre Nuclear*
10:00-Panorama Panameiio
11:00-Super Estreno

11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:30-Tras la Noticia
2:00-Plaza S6samo
3:30-La Mujer, el Arte
y el Hogar*
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-Pepe Anderson
9:30-Los Misterios de
Orson Welles
10:00-Noticias del Siglo
10:05-Ultimas Noticias
10:20-Ultima Tanda

11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-El Dos Busca Una
2:00-Plaza S6samo
3:30-La Mujer, el Arte
y el Hogar*
4:00-Jorge de la Selva"
4:30-Archie y Sabrina
5:00-Aventura Migica
5:30-El Gran Chaparral *
6:30-Tevedis Informa
7:30-Los JIvenes Vaqueros
8:00-Helic6ptero Uno
8:30-Cine Favorit*e
10:00-Noticias del Siglo
10:05-Ultimas Noticias
10:20-Ultima Tanda

SKal-la l 4 "* En colors. Sujeto a
VIERNES 7:00-Cannon*
10:50-Documental 8:00-El FBI en Acci6n*
11:00-Festival de Cartones 9:00-Hawai 5-0"
11:15-El Arte de Cocinar0 10:00-Panorama Panamefio
12:15-Candilejas* 11:00-Jefatura 87
l:30-Rosario LUNES
2:30-Ana del Aireo 10:50-Documental
3:00-La Ciudad Grita 11:00--Festival de Cartones
3:30-El Oso Yogui 11:15-El Arte de Cocinar�
4:00-El Honorable 11:45-Lassie*
Cascarrabias 12:15- Variedades del Lunes*
4:30-La Gente del Maiana 1:00-I-nformative
5:00-Seiiorita Cometa 1:30-Rosario
5:30-Sueiio con Jeannie 2:30-Ana del Aire*
6:00-Telenoticias RPC 3:00-La Ciudad Grita
7:00-Pentagrama0 3:30-El Oso Yogui
8:00-Mufieca* 4:00-El Honorable
9:00-Una Muchacha Llamada Cascarrabias
Milagros 4:30-La Gente del Mafiana
10:00--Cuesti6n de Minutos 5:00-Sefiorita Cometa
10:15-La Hora Cero 5:30--Suefo con Jeannie

10:00-Camino de la Verdad
10:30-Festival de Cartones
11:30-Secreto Animal *
1:30-Sibados con Martinez
4:00-Viaje al Fondo
del Mar*
6:00-Telenoticias RPC
7:00-Barnahy Jones*
8:00-Owen Marshall
9:00-Marcus Welby"
10:00-Cine Colosal
8:30-Festival de Cartones
8:45-Aprenda Ingles
9:15-La Santa Misa
10:00-Daniel el Travieso
10:25 -Abbott y Costello
12:00--Salvese Quien Pueda
12:30-Grandes Afios del
1:30--Domingo Deportivo *
5:30-Super Tanda

6:00--Telenoticias RPC
7:00-Chespirito *
9:00-Una Muchacha Llamada
10:00-Cuesti6n de Minutos
10:15-Edici6n Especial
10:50-Programa Educative
11:15-El Arte de Cocinar"
12:15-El Tornillo
2:30-Ana del Aire"
3:00-La Ciudad Grita
3:30-El Oso Yogui
.4:00-El Honorable
4:30-La Gente del Mafiana
5:00-Seiiorita Cometa
5:30-Suefio con Jeannie
6:00-Telenoticias RPC
7:00--Pginas de Oro*
9:00-Una Muchacha Llamada

11:30-Programa Cultural
12:00-Sorteo de la Loteria
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-Programa del Sitmas
2:00-Plaza Sisamo
3:30-La Mujer, el Arte
y el Hogar*
4:00-El Gordo Albert y
Cosby Kid
4:30-Pandilla de los Osos
5:00-El Circo*
5:30-El Gran Chaparral 0
6:30-Teved6s Informa
7:30-El Mago*
8:30-Patrulla Juvenil "
9:30-M-A-S-H *
10:00-Noticias del Siglo
10:05-Ultimas Noticias
10:20-Ultima Tanda

11:30-Carnavai 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
5:30-El Gran Chaparral *
6:30-Teved6s Informa
7:30-El Mundo Submarino
de Jacques Cousteau*
8:30-Trilogia Policiaca
10:00-Noticias del Siglo
10:05-Ultimas Noticias
10:20-Boxeo de
cambios sin previo aviso.
10:00-Cuestiin de Minutes
10:15-Cine Colosal
11:00-Festival de Cartones
11:15--El Arte de Cocinar*
12:00-Sorteo del Miercolito
2:30-Ana del Aire*
3:00-La Ciudad Grita
3:30-E1 Oso Yogui
4:00-El Honorable
4:30-La Gente del Maiiana
5:00-Seiiorita Cometa
5:30-Suefio con Jeannie
6:00-Telenoticias RPC
7:00-El Mundo en Guerra *
9:00-Una Muchacha Llamada
10:00-Cuesti6n de Minutos
10:15-Cine Colosal
10:45-Programa Educative
11:00-Robin Hood
11:15-El Arts de Cocinar*
12:15-La Criada Bien Criada"
2:30-Ana del Aire*
3:00-La Ciudad Grita
3:30-El Oso Yogui
4:00-El Honorable
4:30-La Gente del Maiiana
5:00-Seiiorita Cometa
5:30-Suefio con Jeannie
6:00-Telenoticias RPC
7:00-Travesuras de
Topo GigioO
9:00-Una Muchacha Llamada
10:00-Cuesti6n de Minutos
10:15--Cine Colosal

Local vs. Panama
Las selecciones de Lanzamiento
Lento de la Policia de la Zona del
Canal y de Panama Policia, esta
iltima buscando la revancha, se
enfrentarmn mafiana en juego de
confraternidad dedicado al Te-
niente Coronel Pedro Ayala, jefe
de la unidad Panama Policia de la
Guardia Nacional de PanamA. La
confrontation tendrA por scenario
el Parque de la Liga de Softbol
del Pacifico y comenzara a las
6:30 p.m.
Como lanzador de honor actua-
rA el Teniente Coronel Ayala y
como bateador lo harA el Jefe de
la Division de Policia de la Zona
del Canal, William F. Kessler,
quien formula la invitaci6n para
celebrar este encuentro amistoso.
Dentro de ese espiritu, ambos
equipos celebraron el afio pasado
una series, que fue ganada por los
El director del conjunto local,
Jos6 Jaan, ha sefialado que este
afo la lucha se prev6 mAs dificil,
dado que la novena de Panama
Policia ha mejorado considerable-
No obstante Ja6n se manifest
optimista por contar con excelen-
tes unidades, entire quienes men-
cion6 al conocido ex pelotero pro-
fesional Luther Quinn, en la ter-
cera base, el jonronero Cocoy Tu-
fi6n-en cuarto orden de bateo-y
otros valores.
Los anfitriones repartirAn refres-
cos y emparedados a sus invitados.
Concluido el juego, el Jefe Kessler
entregarA un trofeo donado por 61
al equipo ganador.

Con Gran Exito

La Semana del Explorador fue
celebrada este afio con muchas ac-
tividades escultistas que se Ilevaron
a cabo tanto en el sector AtlAntico
como en el sector Pacifico del Ist-
mo y que tuvieron lugar desde el
20 hasta el 26 de abril.
En dichas actividades participa-
ron lobatos, scouts y exploradores,
bajo la direcci6n de lideres adul-
tos, que en todo moment trataron
de inspirar en los j6venes el tema
de la semana de este afio que fue:
"Preparaci6n para ser Hombres-
Eso es el Escultismo".
La culminaci6n de los actos de
la Semana del Explorador tuvo lu-
gar durante el sAbado 26, desde
las 8 a.m., cuando los explorado-
res, scouts y lobatos del AtlAntico
y del Pacifico, tuvieron un dia de
actividades y gran camaraderie que
finalize a las 4:30 p.m., cuando los
del Atlantico se dirigieron a abor-
dar el tren en la Estaci6n de Pedro
El dia se inici6 con un desfile
de todas las unidades escultistas,
que recorri6 las principles calls
de Pedro Miguel, tom6 la Carre-
tera Gaillard y finalize en el Esta-
dio de Paraiso, done los altos dig-
natarios escultistas de los Explora-
dores Internacionales de la Zona
del Canal y representantes de la
Asociaci6n Nacional de Scouts de
PanamA, pasaron revista al desfile.
La Guardia de Banderas que en-
cabezaba el desfile escultista esta-
ba integrada por tres unidades de
la Asociaci6n Nacional de Scouts
de Panama y tres de los Explora-
dores Internacionales de la Zona
del Canal. En el parque, los scouts
sc colocaron en perfect formaci6n
para escuchar el mensaje del pre-
sidente de los Exploradores Inter-
nacionales de la Zona del Canal,
Ellis L. Fawcett, con lo que se dio
inicio a las actividades del dia.
Entre las personalidades que es-
taban en la tribune de honor se
encontraban Sylvester D. Callen-
der, Coordinador del Movimiento
Escultista en la Zona del Canal en
lo quc se refiere a los Explorado-
res Internacionales; Dudley Jones,
primer vicepresidente de los Ex-
ploradores Internacionales; David

Unidades de exploradores de los sectors AtlAntico y Pacifico 'del Istmo
desfilaron el sAbado 26 de abril, fecha en que culmin6 la Semana del
Explorador en la Zona del Canal. La foto muestra la Guardia de Ban-
deras, en que un explorador de la Zona del Canal Ileva la Bandera de
los Estados Unidos y un representante de la Asociaci6n Nacional de
Scouts de PanamA, Ileva la ensefia patria de Panama. Estan flanqueados
por dos unidades de scouts de PanamA y la Zona del Canal.

Stanley, Comisionado Scout, quien
despues estuvo a cargo de la co-
ordinaci6n de las actividades de los
scouts; Daniel T. Foster, Comisio-
nado de Lobatos, quien posterior-
mente coordin6 todas las activida-
des de los lobatos durante el dia;
Cleveland Small, Comisionado para
el Distrito Pacifico de los Explo-
radores Internacionales, quien es-
tuvo a cargo de la organizaci6n del
desfile y Raymond George, Ejecu-
tivo Scout, quien sirvi6 de escolta
a los altos funcionarios que estu-
vieron en la tribune de honor.
Los Exploradores y los Scouts


Mayo 15-Dia de San Isidro La-
brador, patron de los agricul-
tores. Era jornalero agricola en
Madrid, Espania, ciudad de la
que es Patrono, en donde fund
una cofradia dedicada a la ado-
raci6n del Santisimo Sacramento.
Mayo 17-Se enfrentan en el Gim-
nasio Nuevo Panama, de la ciu-
dad de PanamA, por el Campeo-
nato Mundial Junior Welter el
titular de la categoria Antonio
Cervantes (Kid Pambel6) de Co-
lombia y el puertorriqueino Este-
ban de Jesus. La pelea sera
transmitida localmente por radio
y al exterior por television.

pasaron el dia dedicados a las ac-
tividades deportivas. Hubo compe-
tencias de atletismo, juegos de
softbol, concursos de tenis de mesa
y otras competencias.
Por su parte, los lobatos se en-
tretuvieron durante todo el dia en
juegos propios de su edad. Hubo
competencias de comilones y los
muchachos se dieron gusto compi-
tiendo para ver quien comia mAs
pastel de manzana, de albaricoque
o de lim6n. Tambi6n hubo concur-
sos para ver quien era el campe6n
sacando manzanas con la boca de
una tina llena de agua. En fin, los
pequefiuelos pasaron un dia dificil
de olvidar.
A las 4:30 p.m. se reunieron
nuevamente frente a la tribune de
honor, para la ceremonial con la
que finalizaba el dia. El president
Fawcett procedi6 a entregar em-
blemas de agradecimiento a los li-
deres adults que durante el afio
han donado su tiempo y sus es-
fuerzos en pro del engrandecimien-
to del movimiento escultista entire
las comunidades latinoamericanas
de la Zona del-Canal.
Seguidamente y como iltimo
punto de los actos del dia, el pre-
sidente Fawcett dirigi6 a todos los
presents en el Juramento Escul-
tista v en la Promesa de Cumplir
con los Deberes del Explorador.
Moments despues, se dirigian
hacia sus hogares los del Pacifico
V hacia la estaci6n del tren los del
sector Atlintico.

Spillway del Canal de Panama

Cobernador Vicegobernador Director
de la Zona del Canal de Informacidn
El SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA es una publicaci6n official del Canal de
PanamA, editada en Balboa Heights, Z. del C. Se autoriza la reproducci6n
ya fuere verbal o escrita de cualquier cr6nica o noticia aqui aparecida,
sin necesidad de solicitud expresa. El material que se desee publicar en
el SPILLWAY deberA estar en la Oficina de Prensa del Canal de Panama
a mis tardar el lunes a las 4 p.m. de la semana de publicaci6n. Solamente
el material urgente puede ser recibido y procesado para ser usado la misma
semana a mas tardar el martes al mediodia. Distribuci6n gratis a todos
los empleados del Canal de Panami. Valor de la subscripci6n para otros
$2.60 al afio. Por Correo Adreo $10 al afio. Los cheques deben hacerse
pagaderos a The Panama Canal Company y dirigidos a: SPILLWAY
Subscriptions, Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.

Pagina 2

Fue Celebraca Semana del Explorador

Mayo 9, 1975



Ofrece Concierto

En Crist6bal el 11
La Banda de M6sica de la Fuer-
za Area del Comando Sur de los
EE. UU., que dirige el Capitin
Nevin L. Lantry, ofrecerA un con-
cierto en el Auditorio de la Es-
cuela Secundaria de Crist6bal el
domingo 11 de mayo.
La presentaci6n, que serA patro-
cinada por el Pequefio Teatro de
Artes Dramiticas de Crist6bal, se
iniciara a las 3:30 p.m.
Han sido invitados nueve miem-
bros de la Banda de la Escuela
Secundaria de Balboa para que se
unan a la Banda de USAFSO en
este program. El concerto se ini-
ciara con una fanfarria, seguida
por los Himnos Nacionales de Pa-
nama y los Estados Unidos. Luego
se desarrollar un variado progra-
ma musical.
El punto culminante serA la in-
terpretaci6n que hari la banda de
la Rapsodia en Azul, ejecutando al
piano Norman Slade.
El piblico en general estA cor-
dialmente invitado a esta activi-
dad, que reviste especial interns
para los residents del sector
Atlintico, pues Asta sera la iltima
presentaci6n de Lantry.

Robert Webb y Ronald Merrill,
cuya foto publicamos en la pasa-
da edici6n del SPILLWAY, al fin
conquistaron el Dari6n. Para ello
debieron superar enormes dificul-
Hace unos dias, regresaron triun-
fantes a sus diarias ocupaciones
como mecAnicos torneros-buzos, en
las Esclusas de Miraflores. Webb
habia intentado atravesar el tap6n
del Dari6n en tres ocasiones ante-
riores, mientras que Merrill lo ha-
bia tratado dos veces. Ambos ha-
bian fracasado, debido a los obs-
tAculos que encontraron en la ma-
rafia calurosa de la selva.
La Expedici6n Merrill-Webb al
Darien, el primer cruce en moto-
cicleta terminado con 6xito a tra-
vis de esa dificil Area, atraves6 el
Tap6n del Darien en 22 semanas.
Llevaron una provision de alimen-
tos congelados, frutas enlatadas,
gasoline extra, una tienda de cam-
pafia, implementos para reparar
Ilantas, tubos para las mismas, un
permiso para utilizar la ruta del
proyecto de carretera por el Darien
y el firme prop6sito de que, esta
vez lograrian llevar a cabo su in-
tento. Comenzaron su jomada el
21 de marzo en el reci6n terminado
puente que cruza el Bayano.
Viajando sobre una trocha abier-
ta por tractores, tardaron 2 dias en
llegar al Rio Cafiazas, distant
unas 40 millas.
En la Imponente Selva
A continuaci6n, viajaron dando
saltos y'sufriendo sacudidas, sobre
unas 50 millas de camino cubierto
de grava, sufriendo gran cantidad
de reventones, daios en los tubos,
miles de picadas de garrapatas y,
despu6s de un dia lleno de des-
venturas y frustraciones, se encon-
traron al final del camino y frente
a la imponente selva.
Por un sendero de la selva lle-
garon hasta el Rio Chucunaque,
donde alquilaron una piragua y
bogaron rio abajo hasta la pobla-
ci6n de Yaviza.
Con el fin de prepararse mejor
para la parte mis ardua de la jor-
nada, Webb vol6 a la ciudad de
PanamA para conseguir mis pro-
visiones y regres6 al dia siguiente.
Para seguir su viaje, alquilaron
otra piragua y empezaron. a subir
el Rio Tuira, cuyo poco fondo y
peligrosos rapidos hicieron que
avanzaran muy penosamente. Tur-
nindose, se dedicaron a empujar la
embarcaci6n de 30 pies de largo,
pero cuando uno de los que empu-
jaban daba un resbal6n era arras-
trado por la corriente. No podia

esperar que alguien lo ayudara,
pues los demAs estaban luchando
para empujar el bote. En Boca de
Cup6, a orillas del Tuira, obtuvie-
ron un permiso de salida y des-
pues de dia y medio, en el mismo
rio cAlido y pantanoso, Ilegaron al
Rio Paya, que era un paraiso, com-
parado con el salvaje rio que aca-
ban de dejar atris. En el Paya, las
aguas eran tranquilas, profundas y
tan claras que podian ver los pieces
que nadaban debajo de la embar-
caci6n. El rio era tan estrecho que
los Arboles de ambas orillas for-
maban un arco de sombra protec-
tora sobre los navegantes. Como
a mitad de su recorrido por dicho
rio, se les unieron dos indios mis
que ayudaron a empujar la pira-
gua por los bajios.
Curiosidad Indigena
La llegada de los viajeros a
Paya, poblado indigena Cuna, fue
todo un acontecimiento. Los indios
se agruparon a la orilla del rio para
observer a Webb y a Merrill c6mo
subian en sus motocicletas el acan-
tilado de las mArgenes de la co-
rriente. Los nifios, que jamAs ha-
bian visto anteriormente un ve-
hiculo a motor, salieron huyendo
al principio, pero despu6s corrian
detris de las motocicletas. Del
otro lado del pueblo habia otro
rio que debian atravesar, despu6s
de lo cual se intemaron en. la jun-
gla y empezaron su camino hacia
la frontera con Colombia. En Palo
de las Letras se encontraron con
la selva tropical mas densa que
jamls habian visto. (Se dice que el
tronco original, colocado por las
autoridades panamefias para mar-
car la frontera, tenia un letrero al
respect y los indios, que no po-
dian leer, dieron en lamarlo "Palo
de las Letras").
Con la ayuda de un gula, mon-
tando sus motocicletas o empujan-
dolas hacia arriba o hacia abajo
de empinadas pendientes, en don-
de el estrecho sendero bordeaba
por lugares tan empinados que un
pequeno resbal6n hubiera causado
que tanto el hombre como el ve-
hiculo hubieran caido en abismos
aparentemente sin fondo, legaron
al Rio Cacarica, ya en Colombia,
al final del segundo dia.

Hacia Turbo
Desde alli, siguieron rio abajo
por 3 dias, hasta Ilegar a Turbo,
en el Golfo de UrabA, Colombia,
pasando por el tremendo pantano
del Rio Atrato, donde en ocasiones
el rio era tan estrecho que apenas
si la piragua podia pasar. El es-

pectAculo de la jungla, del pan-
tano y del rio fue quizAs la parte
mis bella y spectacular de todo
el viaie, de acuerdo con Webb y
Desde Turbo, siguieron en lan-
cha a lo largo de la costa del Golfo
de Uraba, en Colombia, hasta
Puerto Obaldia, primera poblaci6n
panamefia de la Costa del AtlAn-
tico. Dejando sus motocicletas al
cuidado de la biblioteca piblica
del lugar, volaron de regreso a la
ciudad de PanamA, muertos de
cansancio y preguntindose la ra-
z6n por la que habian gastado es-
fuerzos y dinero para sufrir las
frustraciones e incomodidades de
un viaje tan lleno de dificultades.
Webb ha hecho various y exten-
sos viajes por mar en embarcacio-
nes de vela y recientemente com-
plet6 un viaje de 5.000 millas de
PanamA a Hawai, en un cayuco de
dos mistiles construido en el Da-
ri6n. Pero dice que ese viaje fue
un paseo comparado con su iltima
expedici6n al Dari6n.

Comite Prepara Homenaje

. A WilFred E. Barrow

v i



El Director de Transporte y Terminales Coronel Charles R. Clark (iz-
quierda), entrega un certificado de miembro del exclusive Club de Ile-
sos, al tiempo que le extiende el casco con el distintivo del club, al
empleado Julio Chiari, de esa dependencia del Canal. Pertenecen al club
empleados que hayan salvado la vida por llevar el equipo indispensable
de seguridad, en el desempeiio de sus funciones.

Un comit6 de amigos de Wilfred
E. Barrow se ha constituido para
organizer una cena de homenaje a
ese destacado funcionario del Ca-
nal de PanamA. La cena tendri
lugar el sabado 12 de julio a par-
tir de las 7:30 p.m., en el Jardin
Costa de Oro del sector AtlAntico.
Barrow, quien fue ascendido en
enero del present aiio al cargo
de Ayudante Especial del Direc-
tor de Transporte y Terminales
para actividades de enlace obrero-
patronal, trabaja con la empresa
del Canal de PanamA desde 1941.
Se inici6 como mandadero en los
muelles de Crist6bal.
Con su reciente ascenso, Barrow
logr6 la distinci6n de ser el pri-
mer empleado de origen antillano
del Canal que es nombrado como
funcionario administrative de una
Direcci6n. Sus relaciones en la co-
munidad del Istmo, como en los
distintos niveles de jerarquia en
today la organizaci6n del Canal,
han sido siempre excelentes.
En las agrupaciones, tanto de-
portivas como civicas de la Zona
del Canal, ha tenido una constan-
te y active participaci6n. Ha sido
president del Congreso de Con-
sejos Civicos Latinoamericanos en
varias ocasiones y ha ocupado
puestos directives en dicho orga-
nismo, a m6s de ser en multiples
ocasiones representante de su co-
munidad en las Reuniones Ejecu-
tivas con el Gobernador. En cada
ocasi6n ha demostrado especial in-
terns por el mejoramiento de su

Asociaci6n de Padres

De Familiar de Paraiso

Convoca a Reuni6n
La Asociaci6n de Profesores y
Padres de Familia de la Escuela
Secundaria de Paraiso y Pedro Mi-
guel se reunirA el pr6ximo martes
13 de mayo, a partir de las 7 p.m.
Durante la reuni6n se elegirA a
los nuevos integrantes de la junta
directive y se propondrA un pro-
grama de actividades para el pre-
sente afio lectivo.
La actual directive, que preside
Carl Scotland, agradecerA la asis-
tencia de todos los miembros de la

.. q ' - LE
Un grupo de Muchachas Guias de la Zona del Canal
posan sentadas delante de cinco integrantes del Con-
junto Ritmos de PanamA que dirige la Profesora Peti-
ta Escobar. La foto fue tomada en el Area de las rui-
nas de la Catedral de PanamA la Vieja. La pollera de
la izquierda es de las que se llaman "caladas", mien-

Wilfred Barrow

Los boletos para participar en
la actividad en honor a Barrow
pueden ser adquiridos con las si-
guientes personas:
Sector Pacifico: Violet de Rha-
burn, president, 52-4147; Rupert
A. Phillips, 52-4522; Samuel A.
Blenman, 52-4303.
Sector Atllntico: Dr. Walter
Lawson, 47-6486; Phillip A. Henry,
H. L. Cockburn, 43-1546; Beryl
Jordan, 43-2544; R. de Mignott,
43-2956 y en el Centro de Desa-
rrollo Comunal de Rainbow City,
con la Sra. Williams, 43-2333.

Elogia a Empleados

El Capitan Dertien
Mis de 200 empleados de al Di-
vision de Esclusas recibieron un
homenaje de reconocimiento re-
cientemente, por haber cumplido
el arduo y complejo trabajo de re-
acondicionamiento de las Esclusas
de Pedro Miguel en s61o 4 dias.
El homenaje tuvo lugar en el Tea-
tro de Balboa.
El Director de Marina, Capitin
Donald A. Dertien express perso-
nalmente su reconocimiento a los
empleados y destac6 que ello ha
sido el resultado de la buena pla-
nificaci6n, el adiestramiento ade-
cuado y especialmente la calidad
y motivaci6n de la fuerza laboral.
Subray6 que el logro represent
un hito desde que la capacidad
definitive del Canal depend del
minimo lapso en que se mantenga
una u otra via cerrada al trinsito.

tras que las otras dos son "de talco en sombra". Los
dos caballeros Ilevan el sombrero "pintao" y la cami-
silla tipica panamefia, que no tiene cuello y por lo
general lleva botones de oro. Es, junto con el pan-
tal6n negro, la prenda de vestir de los poblanos aco-
modados en los dias de fiesta.

PAgina 3

-En la Conquista del Darien

Vivieron Peripecias Merrill y Webb

s9� "


Mayo 9, 1975

.I..N- n.Comienza Hoy Serie

C- De Soft Intercolegial

El Arbitro Stanley Hall da algunas instrucciones a
various integrantes de la selecci6n de la Liga Juvenil
de Beisbol del Pacifico y la selecci6n deChitr6, Repd-
blica de Panama, poco antes de iniciarse una series
de dos juegos centre ambas novenas. Es el sexto afio
seguido en que equipos juveniles del interior de Pa-

nama viajan para jugar en la Zona. Desde la izquier-
da se aprecian al fondo Gilberto Cedefio y Pablo Sa-
maniego, de Chitrd; y Tom Denley, John Flumach y
Bob Kreis, de la Liga del Pacifico. El primer juego
fue ganado por los visitantes 1-0 y el segundo por
los locales 9-5.

Hoy se dara inicio en el campo
de juegos de Rainbow City a una
series intercolegial de softbol feme-
nino, entire equipos mayor y me-
nor de las escuelas secundarias de
Paraiso y Rainbow City, como par-
te del Programa Recreativo y de
Educaci6n Fisica organizado el
present ano lectivo por el Super-
visor de Educaci6n Fisica y Atle-
tismno de las Escuelas Latinoame-
El primer juego de la scrie, que
comprende dos juegos en cada ca-
tegoria, se iniciara a las 5:15 p.m.
enfrentandose los equipos meno-
res de ambas escuelas. Los siguien-
tes juegos tendrAn lugar el 16, 23
y 30 de mayo, enfrentindose en
orden alternado los conjuntos ma-
yor y menor de ambas escuelas la-
tinoamericanas. En las pr6ximas
dos fechas los encuentros se ini-
ciarin a las 5 p.m. y en la uiltima
a las 5:15 p.m.
El program de actividades para
las estudiantes ha incluido este afio
ejercicios de gimnasia, que se desa-
rrollaron del 17 de marzo al 4 de
abril y competencias de baloncesto
por espacio de 9 semanas, comen-
zando el 27 de mayo.
For otra part, este mismo mes

terminarn' el torneo intercolegial
de f6tbol entire varones, organiza-
do coino part de las actividades
deportivas de este anio, con la par-
ticipaci6n de escuelas estadouni-
denses y latinoamericanas de la
Zona del Canal.
El torneo de fiutbol, que se ini-
cid el 9 de abril y concluir el
vierncs 16 de mayo, ha resultado
hasta ahora un complete 6xito.
Participan oncenos tie Crist6bal,
Rainbow City, Paraiso, la secunda-
ria de- Balboa, el Primer Ciclo de
Curund6 y la Universidad de la
Zona del Canal.
Un elevadisimo porcentaje de la
poblaci6n estudiantil de las escue-
las latinoamericanas participan en
el program, ya sea en las activi-
dades intramurales o en las inter-
colegiales que tienen lugar.
Al tiempo que estimulan el de-
sarrollo del deported en los plante-
les, estas actividades han sido de
positive utilidad en los prop6sitos
de estrechar lazos entire alumnos y
personal docent de las escuelas.

En "El Panama

Habra Acto

folletos que fueron distribuidos
durante la reunion del Consejo de
Seguridad de las Naciones Unidas
en Panama y ha producido mais de
seis folletos diferentes sobre temas
tales como "La Residencia del Go-
bernador", "C6mo Hacer Negocios
con el Canal de PanamA" y "El
Cobernador Habla Sobre el Canal".
La Sra. Friar obtuvo su Licen-
ciatura en Periodismo en la Uni-
versidad de Georgia.
La Dra. Mary V. Graham, Jefa
del Ramo de Salubridad Comunal
de la Divisi6n de Salubridad P6-
blica, fue postulada para este pre-
mio por haber establecido en la
Zona del Canal servicios de tanta
importancia como el Programa de
Rehabilitacion de Alcoh6licos; el
Servicio Contra el Abandono y el
Abuso de los Nifios; un Programa
de Adiestramiento en Residencia
de Pediatria para el Cuidado del
Nifio Sano; el establecimiento de
Clinicas del Nifio Sano en seis
Centros de Salubridad Comunal y
por haber introducido los progra-
mas de planeamiento familiar en
las .comunidades latinoamericanas
de la Zona del Canal.

La Dra. Graham posee una li-
cenciatura en medicine de la Uni-
versidad de Oklahoma, un certifi-
cado de docencia de la Universi-
dad de Tulsa, un doctorado en me-
dicina de la Universidad de Tu-
lane y una macstria en Salubridad
Pfblica de la Escuela de Salubri-
dad Piblica de la Universidad de
California, en Berkeley. Posee di-
ploma otorgado por la Junta Ame-
ricana de Pediatria.
La Sra. Sampsell fue postulada

Tenga Cuidado

Con la Madera
La madera curada puede que-
mar la piel y causar irritacion en
los ojos. Cuando tenga que mane-
jar piezas de madera hagalo con
cuidado. Vistase con ropa apropia-
da y livela regularmente.
Evite que su piel entire en con-
tacto con el aserrin de dicha ma-
dera y jams se lleve las manos a
los ojos sin hab6rselas lavado cui-


Lista de Vacantes y Traslados Para Empleados
Todo solicitante capacitado recibira consideraci6n para trabajo sin distincidn de raza,
religion, color, nacionalidad, sexo, afiliaci6n political u otro factor no meritorio.



Aseador MG-1* --- ------.-------------$2.00
Auxiliar de Biologia NM-2* -------- ---- $4.284.80
Ayudante de Elfermeria 2/30 (Trabajo de turn)
(Personal masculine) _--- ------ $4.284.80/$4.867.20
Ayudante de Soldador MG-5 --- -- --$2.15
Enfermera/Enfermera Clinica NM-4/7
(Trabajo de turn) --_ ----- _ $8.102.00/$10.878.00
Ingeniero Industrial (Funcionario de Evaluacidn de
Programs) NM-11/13 - ____--$14.643.20/$20.300.80
Jardinero MG-5 -------------- $2.15
Mecinico Tornero de Mantenimiento MG-10
(Conocimientos del Ingl$s) ---- ------$5.41
Medico-Medicina General NM-12/13 ----$22.172.80/$25.168.00
Obrero MG-3� (Primeras 40 horas) - __..---_-- __._$2.03
Pasacables MG-4* (Se require saber nadar) -- ___ $2.07
TUcnico(a) de Computadoras NM-6 --- ____ - $9.048.00
Tecn6logo(a) Mfdico(a) NM-9/11 -- $12.230.40/$14.643.20
Oficinista NM-4 (Que no exceda 9-29-75) --$7.300.80

o Si-
Division tio
Serv. Com. P
Acue. y Lab. A

Has. Palo Seco P
Mantenimiento A

Salubridad A-P 1-1

Ofic. Plan. P 1
Serv. Com. P 2

Industrial P
Hos. Coco Solo A
Terminales A
Esclusas A-P
Contraloria P
Escuelas P

Ingenieria P 1

La solicitud debe ser sometida en el Formulario 443, SOLICITUD PARA TRASLADO, a mis
tardar siete (7) dias calendarios de la fecha de esta publicaci6n. Si hace solicited para mas
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
ademas del factor impuesto cuando debe aplicarse. El simbolo 1 indica que es necesario un
examen escrito. El simbolo � indica que es una posici6n de seguridad done puede emplearse
solamente ciudadanos estadounidenses. Los requisites 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

por sus servicios sobresalientes
como Ayudante del Superintenden-
te, a cargo de las Escuelas Prima-
rias Estadounidenses. Ha sido res-
ponsable por la construcci6n de
seis nuevas escuelas, por la reno-
vaci6n de otras unidades y por el
reclutamiento y adiestramiento del
personal docente para mis de
50.000 nifios que han asistido a las
escuelas durante el tiempo en que
ha servido en su posici6n.
La Sra. Sampsell posee una li-
cenciatura en ciencias de la Uni-
versidad Estatal del Centro de
Tennessee y un grado de maestria
en Educacion Elemental de la
Universidad Peabody, en Tennes-
En la postulaci6n se hace cons-
tar especialmente el hecho de que
en cuatro ocasiones la Sra. Samp-
sell ha servido como Superinten-
dente Interina de la Divisi6n de
Escuelas, con lo que se ha conver-
tido en la lnica mujer que ha re-
emplazado a un jefe de division
dentro de la Companiia-Gobierno.
La selecci6n final para el pre-
mio se basarA en los logros que
tengan un cfecto significativo sobre
un program inmportante del Go-

bierno o logros especificos y sobre-
salientes que hayan causado o es-
tdn causando importantes contri-
buciones al progress administrati-
vo, social, cientifico o tecnico de
una agencia del Cobierno Federal
en el mundo. La seleccion tambidn
dependerA de. la demostraci6n que
hagan las postuladas de sus dotes
de liderazgo o de su desempefio
constant con un alto grado de in-
tegridad, honestidad y juicio.

(Viene de la pdgina I)
de acceso a la nave sea de mas de
30 pies, desde la linea de flotaci6n,
el access desde la escala del pilo-
to a la nave debe hacerse por me-
dio de una escala u otro medio
igualmente seguro y convenient.
Hojas volantes con informaci6n
sobre c6mo deben asegurarse las
escalas de abordaje serAn parte
permanent de los papeles de abor-
daje que se entreguen a las naves
que entren en aguas del Canal,
como part de una campafia con-
tinua para mejorar durante todo
el aiio tanto los abordajes como los


La Asociaci6n Nacional para el
Adelanto de las Personas de Color,
NAACP, ofrecern un grandiose es-
pectaiculo de homenaje a las ma-
dres, el pr6ximo domingo 11 de
mayo, en el Sal6n Bella Vista del
Hotel El Panamsa Skyline.
Una larga y brillante lista de
artists tomari. part en el es-
pectaculo. Entre los mis destaca-
dos se encuentran los Pan Amigos
y los estudiantes del Teatro de
Danzas de la Zona del Canal.
Habra bailes clasicos sobre te-
mas modernos de gran aceptaci6n
tales como Rapsodia y El Hombre
de La Mancha, que estarn' a car-
go de Eartha King, Misa Gordon,
Lucinda Scotland y Marissa An-
drews, alumnas avanzadas de la
Escuela de Ballet del JWB.
Los Pan Amigos, por su part,
ofreccrin un interesantisimo es-
pecticulo basado en los bailes fol-
kl6ricos de PanamA, Estados Uni-
dos y otros paises.
Para reservaciones o mayor in-
formaci6n, deberr llamarse a los
tclcfonos 61-4742, 87-4893, 28-
0162 o al 52-4979. El valor de los
boletos es de $4 v pueden obte-
nerse con cualquiera de los inte-
grantes de la NAACP.

Ofrecen Recomendaciones Para . .

En el escrutinio de las vacantes,
dice Hampton que los administra-
dores deben Ilenar s61o las que
sean importantes y considerar la
abolicion de la posici6n si sus de-
beres esenciales pueden ser redis-
tribuidos entire otras posiciones. Si
la posici6n no puede ser abolida 01
recomienda que se restructure la
position y se cstablezca en un gra-
do menor, reteniendo solamente los
dcberes que sean absolutamente
esenciales para dicha funci6n. Otra
de las opciones que sugiere es que
se establezca un desarrollo de po-
siciones uno o mis grades por de-
bajo de los niveles anteriores.
Sobre el mejoramiento de los re-
clutamientos, Hampton sefiala que
cuando se encuentra duro el mer-
cado general de empleos, el niame-
ro y calidad de los solicitantes de
posiciones Federales aumenta pro-
porcionalmente. Las solicitudes ac-
tualmente llegan a marcas jamais
antes registradas, sigue diciendo y
esto es bueno para reexaminar y
ajustar los programs de ingreso
en posiciones de carrera, puesto
que es mayor la disponibilidad de
solicitantes altamente calificados,
a6n para las posiciones de grades
inferiores. Tambidn exhorta a que se
explore la utilizaci6n de empleados
de tiempo parcial, tanto para aten-
der periods de gran demand de

(Viene de la pdgina 1)
trabajo como para las situaciones
regulars donde se necesita algo
menos que un trabajador de tiem-
po complete.
Respecto a los ascensos, Hamp-
ton dice: "Pocas acciones adminis-
trativas causan mis dafio a la mo-
ral v productividad del empleado,
como la congelaci6n de los ascen-
sos. Pero tambi6n es buena admi-
nistracion el establecer normas y
controls que garanticen el que los
ascensos se otorguen s6lo cuando
estan plenamente justificados.
"Yo seria el primero en reco-
mendar un rapido asccnso para los
empleados realmente sobresalien-
tes; pero seria el iiltimo en reco-
mendar un ascenso automitico ba-
sado s6lo en el tiempo que se ha
pasado en el mismo grado". La re-
gla, dice Hampton, "debe ser la
habilidad demostrada de un total
dlosempeno en el nivcl mits alto y
no una anticipaci6n prospective de
que ese desempetio se desarrolle
despuds del ascenso".
Al discutir las mejoras dentro dre
la organizacion, Hampton senfala
que en las evaluaciones de perso-
nal administrative de la Comisi6n
de Servicio Civil la falla mais co-
m6n es "una estructura de un
organismo sumamente fragmnenta-
do en sii estructura y una excesiva

cantidad de niveles de supervi-
si6n", lo que causa la poca utili-
zaci6n y la demasiada supervision
de los empleados, dando por resul-
tado con frecuencia la indebida
clasificaci6n de las posiciones.
"En nuestTas evaluaciones del
personal administrativos de las
agencies", dice Hampton, "vamos
a dar una mirada mas de cerca
sobre la estructura de las agencies
y de las posiciones y estamos soli-
citando a las agencies que hagan
lo imisilo en sus evaluaciones.

Es Important . ..
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
sea incluido en la carpcta personal
del empleado. Si se hace verbal-
mnnte, cs de conveniencia para el
empleado que se Ilene cl Formula-
rio 39 (Relief Duty Performed) so-
bre "Relevo en Desenpcino de Fun-
ciones" v sea incluido en la carpet
Si bien es generalmente respon-
sabilidad del supervisor verificar
que ha\ya evidencia en archivo
cuando suis empleados realizan fun-
cilones de relevo, se recomienda a
todos los empleados que se asegu-
ren de que cllo consta en su rcs-
pectiva carpeta.

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Postulan Para el Premio Anual Valores
(Viene de la pdgina 1)