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.


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


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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0 " \O Gift of the Panama Canal Museum
President Finds Out

2d Graders Are First Class Advisers

There are 24 Presidential ad-
visers in Room 106 of the Balboa
Elementary School and they have
a letter and photograph of Pres-
ident Gerald R. Ford to prove it.
Taking him at his word when
he said he needed all the help he
could get, each of the second
graders wrote letters to the Pres-
ident sending suggestions for solv-
ing the pollution problem.
Cerene Macklin summed up the
classes' feelings with a flat state-
ment of fact: "There is pollution
and we want to help you stop it."
A more specific pollution solu-
tion was offered by Jaime Resni-
koff who said: "There is a lot of
pollution going on and you should
tell people not to pollute and to
stop making styrofoam glasses or
people might get diseases."

Carmen Lovett added a per-
sonal touch to her letter by send-
ing her regards to Mrs. Ford and
asking how she was feeling.
That President Ford was pleased
to receive the children's letters was
evident in his reply. After telling
the boys and girls that he was glad
to hear from them, he said it was
always encouraging when "young
people demonstrate their active in-
terest in our Government." The
President added, "we need your
help to make our Nation and the
world a better place for all."
After he told the children how
much their good wishes meant to
him and Mrs. Ford, he concluded
his letter by sending his best wishes
for the years ahead.
The class understands that being
a President is very hard work and

that pollution is just one of the
many problems that keeps Pres-
ident Ford busy, so they were
even more grateful for the imme-
diate response their letters re-
With an insight that is rare for
an 8-year-old, Cerene felt there
was more to the letter than the
fact that the President appreciated
the classes' advice.
She said, "I know he liked the
letters because even if he is busy
he was not too busy to write a
letter to us and that shows he
respects people."
Anthony "Tony" Dymond had a
more personal appreciation for the
time President Ford took to write
to the class. Tony is class pres-
ident and knows firsthand what a
(Continued on p. 4)

-l-( More Than 60 Years of Service to World Commerce t-

The Panama Canal Spillway
Vol. XllI, No. 47 Friday, May 23,1975

Smaller Amounts To Be Withheld

From Pay Under New Tax Tables

Commencing May 11, new with-
holding tax tables reflected reduced
amounts of income tax to be with-
held from U.S.-citizen employees'
pay. The new tables prescribed by
the Department of the Treasury
are required by the Tax Reduction
Act of 1975.
The reductions in tax withhold-
ing result primarily from:
-An increase in the low income
allowance from $1,300 to $1,600
for a single person (or head-of-
household), and $1,900 for a mar-
ried couple filing a joint return.
-An increase in the standard de-
duction from 15 percent to 16 per-
cent, with the maximum increased
from $2,000 to $2,300 for a single
person (or head-of-household), and
to $2,600 for a married couple
filing a joint return.
-A new tax credit of $30 for
the taxpayer, his or her spouse,
and each dependent.
-A new earned income tax
credit with a maximum credit of
$400, which phases out completely
when income reaches $8,000.
The IRS advised that three cat-
egories of employees, in particular,
should check their withholding
under the new tables, and if neces-
sary, file a new Form W-4, "Em-

ployees Withholding Allowance
The first category includes the
great majority of taxpayers who
have been overwithheld in the
past. This occurs most frequently
in situations in which there is one
wage earner and the taxpayer is
not claiming all the withholding
allowances to which he or she is
entitled, or has four or more ex-
emptions. These taxpayers will con-
tinue to be overwithheld under the
new tables, and should consider
filing a new Form W-4, claiming
additional withholding allowances.
The second category is married
couples, when both spouses are
employed. The withholding tables
give each spouse the greater of
the low income allowance or the
percentage standard deduction.
This may cause them to be under-
withheld because, on a joint tax
return, the couple is entitled to
only one low income allowance or
percentage standard deduction.
The third group which should
review its withholding includes
employees who now claim addi-
tional withholding allowances due
to large itemized deductions. Un-
der the new withholding rules,
some of these employees may no
longer be entitled to as many with-

Four Balboa High School seniors who maintained a straight 4.0 average
throughout their school careers receive gold medals and certificates in
recognition of their academic standing. From left are: Richard D. Sholk,
Louise N. De Boer, Mary Ann Duffey, Nadja Van Hoose and Clyde A.
Willman, BHS principal, who made the presentations at the annual
Awards Day Assembly.

holding allowances for large item-
ized deductions as they are now
claiming. The new rules have not
yet been received here.
Here is how to compute the
amount of income tax to be de-
ducted and withheld from a pay-
ment of wages under the new
(1) multiply $28.80 by the
number of exemptions claimed
by the employee on his Form
(2) subtract that amount
from the employee's wages;
(3) determine the amount
to be withheld from the ap-
propriate payroll period table
on page 4.

Pacific, Atlantic

Communities Plan

Memorial Rites
American servicemen who have
died for their country throughout
history will be honored Monday by
Memorial Day ceremonies at Co-
rozal and Mount Hope cemeteries
and at sea.
The principal Pacific side ob-
servances will begin at 9 a.m. at
Corozal Cemetery with the 79th
U.S. Army Band playing "God
Bless America."
Following the invocation by the
Reverend Gordon C. Gustafson,
Pastor, Crossroads Bible Church,
Lincoln's "Gettysburg Address"
will be recited by Paul Londynsky,
a Balboa High School student, and
the band will play the "Battle
Hymn of the Republic."
The major address of the day
will be delivered by Brig. Gen.
William R. Richardson, Command-
er, 193d Infantry Brigade (Canal
After the memorial prayers have
been offered by Nicolas L. Unger,
Religious Lay Leader, USO Jew-
ish Community Armed Forces Cen-
ter (C.Z.), the Reverend John V.
Kennedy, C.M., Pastor, St. Mary's
Mission, and Reverend Gustafson,
representatives of veterans' organi-
zations will place the floral tribute
as the band plays "Onward, Chris-
tian Soldiers."
Father Kennedy will offer the
(Continued on p. 4)

SMILES IN 24 VARIETIES ranging from joy to excitement to quiet
satisfaction reflect the delight these concerned citizens feel after a per-
sonal letter from President Gerald R. Ford was delivered to them in
Room 106 of Balboa Elementary School. Each of the youngsters in
Mrs. Sylvia Goldmann's second grade class had written a letter to the
President with suggestions on how he could solve the pollution problem.

IPres. Ford and Gov. Parfitt Urge Economy

To All Employees of the Panama Canal Company and the
Canal Zone Government:
In a letter to me, the President of the United States asked that I convey
through agency communications media his message to you regarding cost
reduction and energy conservation. He asked also that I find special
ways to encourage and recognize employees whose efforts result in
significant cost savings.
It has long been our policy through our incentive awards program to
identify and reward those employees who demonstrate initiative in
devising ways to improve efficiency and reduce costs. In keeping with
the President's message, I wish to place renewed emphasis on the im-
portance of the incentive awards program and to urge your increased
participation in it as a means of accomplishing economies and improve-
ments in Government service that the President points out are vital in
the present period of recession and inflation.
I share the President's belief that by working together we can reduce
spending and improve Federal products and services.


Message to All Federal Civilian and Military Personnel:
A victorious campaign against the problems of recession and inflation
requires individual discipline and ingenuity as well as the total mobiliza-
tion of America's greatest resources-the brains, the skills, and the will
power of our people. In this fight, it is vital that all Federal civilian and
military personnel become actively involved in cost reduction and energy
conservation efforts.
Each of you can make a personal contribution by submitting con-
structive ideas and working cooperatively to eliminate waste, improve
equipment, streamline operations or make more productive use of time,
facilities and energy resources. I have established a special cost reduc-
tion campaign within the framework of the Federal Government awards
program to encourage cost saving suggestions.
During the remainder of Calendar Year 1975, I will take special note
of outstanding contributions of civilian and military personnel. I have
asked to be informed of all suggestions, inventions and scientific and
other contributions which result in first year measurable benefits to the
Government of $5,000 or more so that I may add my personal thanks
and congratulations in addition to the cash awards available to
I strongly urge each of you to seek economies and other improvements
within the Government while providing high quality services to the
public. By working together, I am confident that Federal spending can
be reduced and products and services improved.


Tryouts for Camelot June 9-11

Tryouts for the United Way's
summer musical project, the Broad-
way musical Camelot will be held
at the Balboa High School Audi-
torium on June 9, 10 and 11.
Auditions begin nightly at 7 p.m.
Camelot, the romantic story of
King Arthur and his Queen Guene-
vere, with all the color of the
dashing Knights of the Roundtable
and their fair ladies, is being di-
rected by Edward Carwithen. Car-
withen, director of music at Cris-

tobal High School, will be em-
barking on his first directoral task
of a United Way production. He
comes well prepared for the job
having starred and musically di-
rected several United Way produc-
tions in the past. He appeared as
John Adams in the 1973 United
Way's production of 1776 and
served as musical director for West
Side Story and Mame and was in
charge of the voice and choral
(Continued on p. 4)

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May 23, 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 Bounty Killer" (Color)
10:50-Party! (Color)
12:00-Penelope's Parlor
12:30-Abbott and Costello (Color)
1:05-Wyatt Earp
1:30-Baseball: Texas vs. Detroit (Color)
4:00-All-Star Wrestling (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 (Color)
7:05-Mary Tyler Moore (Color)
7:30-Friends and Lovers (Color)
8:00--Ou Pasa?
8:05-Variety Special: "Johnny Cash
Ridin' the Rails" (Color)
9:00-Focus on Today
9:20-SCN Special of the Week:
"Horror Hall of Fame" (Color)
10:30-Creature Feature: "Thin Air"
(Color) (Adult)
12:00-Jimmy Dean (Color)
12:00-Sacred Heart
12:15-Music and the Spoken Word
12:45-Spring Street (Color)
1:15-An Ounce of Prevention
1:30-Sunday Playhouse (To Be Announced)
3:30-World Championship Tennis (Color)
5:00-President Ford's Press Conference
5:30-Washington Straight Talk (Color)
6:40-Last of the Wild (Color)
7:05-Carol Burnett Show (Color)
8:00-Qu6 Pasa?
8:05-Perry Mason
9:00-Focus on Today
9:20-Movie: "Escapade"
10:45-The Weekend Tonight Show (Color)
3:00-Sesame Street
4:00-Electric Company
4:30-Cartoon Carnival
4:50-General Hospital
5:10-The Mancini Generation

BALBOA (Air-Conditioned)
Fri., 6:15, 8:10-Trapeze (G)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00-Khartoum (PG)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 10:00 a.m.-Noah's Ark (G)
Sun. Jr. Mat., 12:00-The Sea Hawk (G)
Sat.-Sun.-Mon., 2:30, 6:15, 8:15-Front
Page (PG)
Tues., 6:30, 8:10-Fear in the Night
(SIT) (PG)
Wed., 6:00, 8:25-Women in Love (R)
Thurs., 6:15, 8:30-Treasure of the Sierra
Madre (G)
COCO SOLO (Air-Conditioned)
Fri.-Cartoon Festival (G)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Tom Sawyer (SIT) (G)
Sat., 7:30-The Red Baron (PG)
Sun., 2:00, 7:30-Mon., 7:30-Bonnie and
Clyde (PG)
Tues., 7:30-Black Gunn (R)
Wed.-Thurs., 7:30-Zandy's Bride (SIT) (PG)
Sun.-Mon.-Black Gunn (R)
Tues.-Zandy's Bride (SIT) (PG)
Wed.-Bonnie and Clyde (PG)
Thurs.-The Witches (PG) and The Cops and
Robbers (SIT) (PG)
Fri.-What's Up Doc (SIT) (G)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00-Return From the
Ashes (PG)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 2:00-The Sharkfighters (G)
Sat.-McQ (SIT) (PG)
Sun. Jr. Mat., 2:00--'ll Take Sweden
(SIT) (G)
Sun.-Mon.-Mixed Company (PG)
Tues.-The Laughing Policeman (R)

5:35-Truth or Consequences
6:00-Evening Report
6:15-God's Country With Marshall Effron
6:40-Let's Make a Deal
7:05-Mission Impossible (Color)
8:00-Que Pasa?
8:05-The Canterville Ghost (Color)
9:00-Focus on Today
9:20-Movie: "Every Man Is My Enemy"
10:50-Bonus Movie: "Colt .45"

3:00-The Little Mermaid
3:30-Animal World (Color)
4:00-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-Shane (Color)
8:00-Qu6 Pasa?
8:05-ABC News Close-Up:
"The Decision-Makers" (Color)
9:00-Focus on Today
9:20-Movie: "Kill and Be Killed"
11:00-Mike Douglas
3:00-Sesame Street
4:00-Electric Company
4:30-Cartoon Carnival
4:50-General Hospital
5:10-If These Walls Could Speak
5:35-The $10,000 Pyramid
6:40-Password All-Stars (Color)
7:05-Information Special: "I'm Sorry,
Baby" (Color)
7:30-The Reasoner Report (Color)
8:00-Qud Pasa?
8:05-0zzie's Girls (Color)
8:30-Sanford & Son (Color)
9:00-Focus on Today
9:20-Movie: "Long Arm"
10:50-The Tonight Show

3:00-Make a Wish
3:30-Wild Kingdom (Color)
4:00-Electric Company
4:25-The Real McCoys
4:50-General Hospital
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-Qud Pasa?
8:05-Maude (Color)
8:30-Rhoda (Color)
9:00-Focus on Today
9:20-Movie: "Honeymoons Will Kill You"
10:50-Rock Music Special: "In Concert"

Fri.-Vanishing Point (PG)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 2:00-1 Deal in Danger (G)
Sat.-The Wayward Bus (PG)
Sun. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Young Jesse James (G)
Sun.-Our Man Flint (G)

Fri.-The Last Lion (SIT) (G)
Friday Owl Show, 9:30-The Way West (G)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 6:15-Namy the Killer Whale
Sat., 8:15-The Double Man (G)
Sun.-Chinatown (R)
Tues.-Chinese Professionals (SIT) (R)
Wed.-Investigation of a Citizen Above
Suspicion (R)

Sun.-Chinese Professionals (SIT) (R)
Mon.-Chinatown (R)
Wed.-In the Heat of the Night (SIT) and
You Don't Need Pajamas at Rosie's (PG)
*All night shows begin at 7:00 except as
shown. All shows are post meridiem time ex-
cept as shown. Program subject to change.
mitted. General audience. PG-Parental
guidance suggested, some material may
not be suited for preteenagers. R-Re-
stricted. Persons under 17 not admitted un-
less accompanied by parent or legal guard-
ian. X-Persons under 17 not admitted.
SIT-Indicates Spanish Titles.

After 2 weeks of formal instruction in operating a
motorcycle, rules of the road, safety and maintenance,
these Balboa High School students are prepared to
apply for an operator's license. Since last September,
when the Schools Division began its motorcycle driver
training program for 16 to 18-year-old Canal Zone
school students, 102 young cyclists on both sides of
the Isthmus have completed the course, passed a test,
and received certificates indicating they are qualified
to apply for their license. The first week of the pro-

gram is spent in the classroom. The second week the
students move outside for actual on-the-bike driving
lessons. From left, standing, are: Henry Baker, Glen
Murphy, William E. Weigle III, a Canal Zone Police
officer who instructs the Pacific side courses during
his off-duty time; Doran Lewis and Leonard Villavi-
cencio. On the bikes, provided by the Schools Divi-
sion for the training course, are Henry Ostrowski and
Diane Hidalgo.

Scouts Plan Flea Market Cristobal Little Theatre

Troop 17, Boy Scouts of Amer-
ica, Fort Clayton, will conduct a
"Flea Market" tomorrow at Build-
ing 155 (rear of the NCO parking
lot), Fort Clayton.
Contribution of serviceable used
items such as clothing, appliances,
furniture, books, bicycles and toys,
are requested from the commu-
nity. For pick-up service call 87-
4720 or 87-5430.

Questions; Answers

On Retirement
Q.: How much additional an-
nuity may be purchased with the
voluntary contribution account?
A.: The amount depends upon
the age of the employee at the time
of retirement and, once fixed, the
additional annuity does not change
as he grows older. The regular an-
nuity will be increased by $7 per
year for each $100 credited to his
voluntary contribution account if
he is age 55 or younger. This
amount increases 20 cents for each
full year he is over age 55 at the
time he retires. For each $100, the
yearly increase in the regular an-
nuity is $7.20 for an employee retir-
ing at age 56; at age 60 it is $8; at
age 63 it is $8.60; and at age 70
it is $10.
Q.: The health benefits plan in
which I'm enrolled does not pay
benefits for hospital room and board
charges for diagnostic admissions.
Why not?
A.: Many diagnostic X-rays and
laboratory clinical tests can be per-
formed on an outpatient basis with-
out adversely affecting the patient's
physical condition or the quality of
medical care rendered. In these
cases, hospitalization is not a neces-
sity but a luxury, and the carrier
will cover the cost of the medically
necessary diagnostic tests but not
the room and board charges. Un-
necessary hospital admissions not
only increase health benefits pre-
miums but also tie up beds that
may be needed by those who are
critically ill.

Red Cross Course
The Canal Zone Chapter, Amer-
ican Red Cross, will hold a Volun-
teer Training Course on Wednes-
day, May 28, for adults who are
residents of the Canal Zone or
military dependents. Those inter-
ested should call the Red Cross
office at 52-6669 for more informa-

Comedy To Open Tonight

The curtain goes up at 8 o'clock
tonight on the Cristobal Little The-
atre's production of 6 RMS RV
VU, a hilarious comedy that had a
successful run on Broadway and a
play that is fun for the entire
Scheduled performance dates are
tonight, Saturday and Sunday and
next weekend, May 30 and 31.
Curtain time each night is 8 p.m.
Bruce Hicks, making his debut
at the Cristobal Little Theatre, has
the lead role and his wife, Judy

Hicks, also is in the cast, but plays
the role of someone else's love
Costarring with Bruce is Judy
Pannebaker, well-known at the
Cristobal Little Theatre for her
performances in Hello Dolly and
Separate Rooms.
The show revolves around two
couples viewing for the same rent-
controlled apartment and when one
husband and the wife of the other
find themselves locked in the apart-
ment alone, the laughs begin.

.. .i

. - r ,. - .

Director Surse Pierpoint gives a few hints to Judy Hicks during rehearsal
for the Cristobal Little Theatre's production of "6 RMS RV VU," which
opens tonight.

Panama Canal Spillway
Governor of the Canal Zone Lieutenant Governor Information Officer
THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY is an official publication of the Panama
Canal, Balboa Heights, C.Z. All articles are available to news media and
may be reprinted without further clearance. SPILLWAY material should
arrive at the Panama Canal Press Office no later than 4 p.m., Monday, the
week of publication. Only urgent material can be accepted as late as noon
Tuesday. Distributed free- to all Panama Canal employees. Subscription
cost for others $2.60 a year. Airmail subscription cost S10 a year. Make
checks payable to Panama Canal Company and address to: SPILLWAY
Subscriptions, Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.

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Beginning Friday, May 23, 1975

May 23, 1975


CZ. College Offers Education Course

The education methods class,
"Teaching Science in the Elemen-
tary Schools," has been added to
the summer session of the Canal
Zone College, according to an
announcement by Dr. Theodore S.
Corin, Department chairman. The
class will meet Mondays, Wednes-
days, and Fridays from 1:40 to
4:30 p.m. in Room 100. A sched-
ule change for EDI 225, "Audio-

Earthquake, the motion picture
which brings local actor, Lonnie
Johnston, to Canal Zone screens
for the first time, will open at the
Balboa Theater on June 14 instead
of June 7 as previously announced.

visual Materials in Education,"
has also been announced. This
class will meet from 4:40 to 6:05
p.m. daily in the Audiovisual
Center at the Diablo Elementary
In addition, two sections of the
popular class, "Developmental
Speed Reading and Study Skills"
have been added to the summer
session schedule. A morning sec-
tion will meet from 10:05 to 11:30
a.m. in Room 100, and an evening
section in Room 103 from 4:40 to
6:05 p.m. Mrs. Katherine Galuska,
who is presently teaching this class
during the spring semester, will be
the instructor for both sections of
this class during the summer.


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.

Animal Caretaker, MG-5
Clerk-Dictating Machine Transcriber, NM-3/4
(Knowledge of Medical Terminology) ---.---$4,867.2(
Clerk-Stenographer, NM-4 (Intermittent)----
Construction Inspector, NM-8 (Driver's license required).
Guard, NM-3 - ------------
Guard, NM-4
Guard Supervisor, NM-5 ----- --------
Janitor Foreman, CS-2 ____---- ----
Laborer, MG-2 --------
Laborer, MG-3* __--- ---
Laborer, MG-30 (First 40 hours) ----- --
Linehandler, MG-4* (Swimming ability required)--- -
Motor Launch Operator (Small), MG-7
(License required) -
Nurse/Clinical Nurse NM-4/7 (Shift work) -- $7,800.00
Preservation Mechanic, MG 7 ---- -
Rigger Helper, MG-5-------
Stevedoring Operations Foreman, MS-11 ---- ---

Air-Conditioning Equipment Mechanic Helper, MG-5
(NTE 1 year) ------
Boatman, MG-5 (NTE 1 year) ---------
Carpenter, MG-9 (NTE 1 year) --- ---
Carpentry Worker, MG-7 (NTE 1 year) ----
Carpentry Worker, MG-7 (NTE 1 year) -----
Cement Finisher, MG-8 (NTE 1 year)__ __-
Cement Finisher, MG-8 (NTE 1 year).----- ---------
Clerk-Typist, NM-41 (NTE 6 months) ----- ----- $7
Core Drill Operator, MG-8
(Knowledge of English) (NTE 1 year)- ---
Crane Operator, MG-11 (NTE 1 year)--- ------ --
Engineering Equipment Operator, MG-8 (NTE 1 year) ----
Engineering Equipment Operator, MG-O1 (NTE 1 year)---
Heavy Mobile Equipment Mechanic Helper, MG-5 (NTE 1 year)-
Laborer, MG-2 (NTE 1 year)
Laborer, MG-3 (NTE 1 year)--------
Laborer, MG-3 (NTE 1 year)--------
Machinist, MG-10 (NTE 1 year)-----------
Machinist (Maintenance) MG-10 (NTE 1 year)--
Masonry Worker, MG-9 (NTE 1 year) ---
Oiler (Floating Plant), MG-8 (Knowledge of English)

Bureau Lo-
or ca-
Base Rate Division tion
-- $2.15 Com. Serv. P

0/$7,300.80 Gorgas Hos. P
_$7,300.80 Comptroller P
$11,128.00 Construction P
-$4,864.20 Canal Prot. A
$7,300.80 Canal Prot. A-P
$8,153.60 Canal Prot. A
-- $2.99 Com. Serv. P
----$2.01 Com. Serv. P
-- $2.03 Com. Serv. P
.-- $2.03 Terminals A
-- $2.07 Terminals A

- $2.43 Engineering P
/$10,400.00 Health A-P
-- $2.43 Industrial P
-$2.15 Industrial P
$7.16 Terminals A



(NTE 1 year) ----------- $2.90
Painter, MG-9 (NTE 1 year) _____---- $3.97
Painter Helper, MG-5 (NTE 1 year) --- -- $2.15
Painting Worker, MG-7 (NTE 1 year) ---- -$2.43
Plasterer Helper, MG-5 (NTE 1 year) ----$2.15
Plumber, MG-10 (NTE 1 year) --- ---$5.41
Plumber, MG-10 (NTE 1 year) __----- -$5.41
Plumber Helper, MG-5 (NTE 1 year) - --- -- $2.15
Plumber Helper, MG-5 (NTE 1 year) --- -$2.15
Rigger, MG-10 (NTE 1 year) ------- $5.41
Rigging Worker, MG-6 (NTE 1 year) ----$2.20
Sheet Metal Mechanic, MG-10 (NTE 1 year) $---5.41
Steet Metal Mechanic, MG-10 (NTE 1 year) ---$5.41
Sheet Metal Mechanic Helper, MG-5 (NTE 1 year) $--2.15
Structural Iron Worker, MG-10 (NTE 1 year) $---5.41
Surveying Technician, NM-5 (NTE 1 year) $---8,153.60
Tractor Operator, MG-6 (NTE 1 year) ----$2.20
Welder, MG-10 (NTE 1 year) --- ---$5.41
Welder Helper, MG-5 (NTE 1 year) ------ - $2.15
Cement Worker, MG-5 (Swimming ability required)
(NTE 1 year) ____---------$2.20
Linehandler (Lockman), MG-4 (Swimming ability required)
(NTE 1 year) ---------__________$2.07
Welder, MG-10 (Swimming ability required) (NTE 1 year) --- $5.41
Carpenter Leader, CL-9 (Swimming ability required) ---- $4.40
Carpentry Worker, MG-7 (Swimming ability required) ------$2.43
Cement Worker, MG-7 (Swimming ability required) ------$2.43
Clerk-Typist, NM-41 ----- ---$7,300.80
Economist, NM-7/9 ____---- ---- - $10,067.20/$12,230.40
Electrician Helper, MG-5 (Swimming ability required) ----$2.15
Laborer, MG-3* (Swimming ability required) - --- $2.03
Machinist Helper, MG-5 (Swimming ability required) ----$2.15
Painting Worker, MG-7 (Swimming ability required) - $2.43
Pipefitter Helper, MG-5 (Swimming ability required)---_-. $2.15
Police Private, PL-11 ------ ---- $11,086.40
Engineering Technician, NM-5/9 $--- 8,153.60/$12,230.40

E&C Dir. Off.




Pub. Health
Exec. Plan. S.
Locks A-
Locks A-
Police A-

Dean Glen Murphy has announc-
ed that registration for the summer
session will be held June 9-20, and
classes will begin on Monday,
June 23. In order to schedule the
equivalent of 9 weeks of class in-
truction in the 8-week period,
classes will meet Monday through
Thursday for the first 4-week
period, June 23 through July 17,
and Monday through Friday for
the remaining 4 weeks. Final ex-
aminations for the summer session
will be held Friday, August 15.
The summer session class sched-
ule is being distributed from the
administrative office of the Canal
Zone College. New students who
wish to enroll in the college for
the first time in the summer ses-
sion should speak with the Regis-
trar or one of the counselors con-
cerning registration procedures.

Four U.S. elementary schools
are completing a 3 months trial
program with a different schoolday
Students in the Fort Davis, Fort
Gulick, Kobbe and Howard AFB
elementary schools have been start-
ing their schoolday at 8 a.m. and
going home at 1:30 p.m. The
major difference between their
schedule and the schoolday at the
other 10 elementary schools is in
the lunch period. In place of taking
75 minutes for lunch, including
being bused home, students in the
four pilot schools take lunch to
school and eat in their classrooms
with their teachers.
All teachers and parents in the
four pilot schools were asked re-
cently to recommend either the
adoption of the single session for
a 1 year trial period in all schools,
or the return to their previous
schedule, which is the present
schedule in the 10 schools not in-
volved in the pilot program.
Their response was an over-
whelming approval of the single
session day. With all but a hand-
ful of the ballots in by press time,
83 percent of the parents recom-
mended adoption of the 8 a.m. to
1:30 p.m. schedule. Only 17 per-
cent wanted to return to the sched-

i ,

ule with the long lunch period.
The elimination of the many prob-
lems that have been related to the
long lunch hour was cited by many
parents as their major reason for
their choice. School officials stated
that so few ballots were still out,
that the final outcome would not
change more than 1 percent.
Teacher endorsement of the
single session day was even more
emphatic. With all teacher votes
counted, 88 percent favored the
new schedule, while 12 percent
recommended a return to the pre-
vious schedule. Improved after
lunch teaching and learning was
considered the greatest advantage
by the teachers. Not having the
children returning from lunch wet,
tired, upset, or keyed up resulted
in more learning and more time
for learning since the lunch hour
problems did not take the teach-
ers' time. Half-day afternoon ab-
sences have virtually disappeared.
Many of the concerns of teach-
ers and parents were resolved dur-
ing the 3 months trial period.
School officials feel the 20-minute
period of time for lunch has proven
to be adequate. Many teachers re-
port having time for story reading
and other activities during the
lunch break.
The physical education period,

the lunch period, and an additional
bathroom and drink break prevent
the day from being a straight 5,1-
hour stretch. Teacher pacing of
learning activities has been effec-
tive in keeping the children inter-
ested and learning.
An after school supervised re-
creation program has proven pop-
ular with many children and has
also solved the problem of the fam-
ilies in which' both parents work.
The playground is giving way to
the playshelter as the afternoon
rains begin again.
One school official observed that
the overwhelming approval of the
program was not as much of a sur-
prise as it might have been with-
out the weekly evaluations. Call-
ing this the most thoroughly eval-
uated program ever seen in the
Canal Zone schools, the official
said the final vote reflected the
week by week growing enthusiasm
for the program.
The final step to be taken before
the Governor's Advisory Commit-
tee on Education forwards its rec-
ommendation to the Governor will
be a survey of the teachers and
parents of the 10 schools which
did not participate in the pilot
program. Survey forms are being
distributed in these schools.

,c. -

Mary E. Ausnehmer, psychiatric nurse at the Canal Zone Mental Health
Center (center), Dr. Daniel Hirschl, chief of the Pediatrics Ward, and
a group of Gorgas nurses show patients in the ward some of the toys
presented to the ward by members of AFGE Canal Zone Nurses Lodge
1805 as part of Nurses Week.

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.

Some of the 37 junior and seniors of Balboa High
School recently installed as new members of the
Honor Society in the final installation of the school
year are shown at the school's entrance. Approxi-

mately 60 students belong to the society whose mem-
bership is based on scholarship, leadership, service
and character.

Page 3

Survey Completed

Parents and Teachers Endorse Plan

For Single Session Schoolday Schedule

- ....




May 23, 1975

Memorial Day Program
(Continued from p. 1)

Jose Te6filo Tufi6n H., Spanish Publications Editor of the Panama
Information Office, welcomes Lt. Carlos Arjona, assistant to I
Chief of Police Lt. Col. Pedro Ayala, who with a group of 35 m
of the Police unit of the Panama National Guard visited the
Canal as part of a training program. The police group, being tra
tour guides, was briefed on Canal operations by Tufi6n.

Biweekly Tax Tables
(Continued from p. 1)
(a) Single person-including head of household:

If the amount of wage is:

Not over $50
Over $50 but not over
Over $135 but not over
Over $231 but not over
Over $365 but not over
Over $481 but not over
Over $558 but not over
Over $692


(b) Married person:
If the amount of wage is:

Not over $96
Over $96 but not over $192
Over $192 but not over $346
Over $346 but not over $529
Over $529 but not over $692
Over $692 but not over $865
Over $865 but not over $1,000
Over $1,000

A married employee with tw
$550 per pay period:
$ 28.80
X 4 Exemptions
-346.00 = $47.12
$ 88.80

$ 88.80
X .17
15.096 = 15.10

The amount of income tax to b
held shall be:
16% of excess over
$13.60 plus 20% of excess over
$32.80 plus 23% of excess over
$63.62 plus 21% of excess over
$87.98 plus 26% of excess over
$108.00 plus 30% of excess over
$148.20 plus 36% of excess over

The amount of income tax to b
held shall be:
17% of excess over
$16.32 plus 20% of excess over
$47.12 plus 17% of excess over
$78.23 plus 25% of excess over
$118.98 plus 28% of excess over
$167.42 plus 32% of excess over
$210.62 plus 36% of excess over

o children (total of 4 exemptions

$550.00 Gross income per pay
$434.80 Earning subject to tax

Tax withheld per pay period

After the Balboa High School
ROTC Firing Squad fires a 21-gun
salute to the dead, the U.S. South-
ern Command Joint Honor Guard
will retire the colors to conclude
the ceremonies.
Jes6s F. Garcia is chairman of
the Pacific side Memorial Day
Committee and R. Wayne King
will be master of ceremonies at the
Corozal observances.
If it rains, the services will be
held in the Corozal Cemetery
Girl Scouts will participate in
the day's activities by placing flo-
SCanal ral tributes at the Balboa Heights
Panama Memorial Tablet and at the Col-
embers umbarium in All Souls Chapel at
anama the Cathedral of Saint Luke.
ined as
Boy Scouts will decorate vet-
erans' graves at Corozal Cemetery
and both Boy and Girl Scouts will
take part in ceremonies at the
Richard T. Perott Cenotaph in
Balboa and in the services at sea.
Other Pacific side activities in-
clude memorial services at the Pa-
)e with- raiso Memorial Plaque by the Pa-
raiso Mutual Aid Club and vet-
$50 erans' organizations and the placing
$135 of a floral tribute at Gorgas Me-
$231 morial Tablet by the American Le-
$365 gion Auxiliary and Veterans of
$481 Foreign Wars.
$481 Monday afternoon, Air Force
$692 Chaplain (Col.) Wilfred L. Kreiger
will offer the invocation, memorial
prayer and benediction during the
e with- services at sea. Deborah Farrell,
of Balboa High School, will re-
cite Lincoln's "Gettysburg Address"
$192 W white House Letter
$346 (Continued from p. 1)
$692 tremendous job it is to be a Pres-
$865 ident.
$1,000 Mrs. Sylvia Goldmann who
teaches these bright second graders
says they are enthusiastic letter
s) earns writers. They carry on regular cor-
respondence with contemporaries
period at the Fort Davis School, Mar-
garita School, a class in Dayton,
Ohio, and a student teacher who
took over their class for a short
while last year.
The original photograph and
letter will be framed to hang in
Room 106 and each of the 24
Presidential advisers will have their
own Xerox copy to frame and take

and, after a 30-second silence, a
floral tribute will be cast upon the
Col. Charles J. Bauer, Com-
mandant, U.S. Army School of the
Americans, will be guest speaker
at the Atlantic Side Memorial serv-
The observances, sponsored by
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post
3876, will begin at 11 a.m. at the
Mount Hope Cemetery.
Memorial prayers, the invoca-
tion and the benediction will be
offered by Chaplain (Maj.) Marion
Englebert Berger will be master
of ceremonies and Debbie Cleve-
land, a Cristobal High School stu-
dent, will recite the "Gettysburg
Music will be provided bv the
776th Air Force Band and the
Colon Bomberos Band and a squad
from Fort Gulick will fire the
Salute to the Dead.
The public is invited to attend
services at sea Monday afternoon.
Retired U.S. Army M. Sgt. James

Holiday Schedule

For Retail Outlets

The Memorial Day, March 26,
holiday operating hours for super-
markets, cafeterias, gasoline sta-
tions and other Supply Division
activities have been announced.
The Balboa Supermarket will
be open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. as
usual, and the Margarita Superette
will also be open normal hours
from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Gamboa, Paraiso and Rainbow
'City Convenience-Veinding Sec-
tions will be open from 9 a.m. to
4 p.m.
Cafeterias in the Diablo Heights
and Margarita Service Centers will
operate their normal 24-hour
schedules, the Drive-Inn Restau-
rant will be open from 11 a.m. to
10:30 p.m. and the Pacific Lunche-
onette from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Gasoline stations will be open
for their normal reduced-hours
holiday schedule, bowling alleys
their usual hours, and theaters will
operate in accordance with an-
nounced schedules.
All other retail stores and serv-
ice center units will be closed on
Memorial Day.

Steel, VFW Chaplain, will offer
the invocation and the Reverend
Kenneth Bassett, the benediction.
A Panama Canal tug will leave the
Pier 8 and 9 landing, Cristobal, at
2 p.m.
Services will be sponsored by
the American Legion at the Ser-
geant Ceballos Monument, Saba-
nitas, at 3 p.m., in memory of
Panamanian citizens who died
while in the military service of the
United States.

Camelot Tryouts
(Continued from p. 1)
direction for Fiddler on the Roof.
Camelot provides a challenge
for actors and singers alike. The
need for good actors and able
singers is reflected in the caliber
and evident competency of the
original cast on Broadway: Richard
Burton (King Arthur), Julie An-
drews (Guenevere), Robert Goulet
(Lancelot) and Roddy MacDowell
(Mordrid). There are a number of
chorus parts and students back on
the Isthmus for the summer, as
well as young service personnel,
are being extended a special invi-
tation to audition for these parts.
Camelot is being produced for
the United Way by Bruce Quinn
and Kenneth Pitman who produced
Fiddler on the Roof. Vera Bom-
ford, a veteran of several United
Way productions, will choreograph
the Lerner and Lowe music. The
U.S. Air Forces Southern Com-
mand Band will provide musical
support and sets will be designed
by Dennis Broud.
Camelot opens at the Balboa
High School Auditorium July 24
through August 9.

Shrine Parade Saturday
The Abou Saad Temple Hot
Sands Ceremonial will take place
Ceremonies will begin with ini-
tiate rites early in the morning
followed by a parade that will start
at 9:30 a.m. at the La Boca Print-
ing Plant and end at Stevens
The day's activities will con-
clude with a ceremonial banquet
at 6 p.m., at the Fort Amador
Officers' Club.

Community Day Care Centers Benefit CZ. Working Mothers

One year after the first day care
centers were established in the
Canal Zone to help solve the prob-
lems of working mothers, the facil-
ities have proved capable of meet-
ing the need for caring for chil-
dren outside their own homes.
Through the coordinated efforts
on the part of the Canal organiza-
tion and members of the commu-
nity, the centers solved what, at
first, was thought to be a crisis,
when the local domestics were in-
cluded in the U.S. minimum wage
law that went into effect May 1 of
last year. During this interval, the
centers have provided adequate
child care and developmental pro-
grams designed to promote the
child's physical, emotional, social
and intellectual growth.
To assure that the centers follow
the requirements and guidelines
set by the Canal organization con-
cerning health, safety and fire pro-
tection, they were evaluated prior
to approval by the Housing Branch
of the Community Services Divi-
sion for appropriateness of the
facility to be used; the Fire Divi-
sion, to confirm compliance with
fire and safety regulations; and the
Division of Preventive Medicine,
whose representatives made an on-

the-site evaluation to insure com-
pliance with standard health regu-
Playing an important role in the
endeavor are the Public Health
nurses assigned to the various
townsites who make monthly visits
to the centers and to the nursery
schools. They not only look out for
the health education of the young-
sters, check on health problems,
immunizations, first aid supplies
and other matters pertaining to the
well being of the children, but
also make checks on the health
status of the adults in the center.
The Balboa Child Care Center,
sponsored by the Balboa Union
Church, and under the direction
of Mrs. Nedra Spurlock, opened
on May 1, the first to meet the
challenge when the care centers
became a subject of special con-
cern. Mrs. Spurlock started out
with five children on that day and
now has 40 children registered and
an average of 20 attending daily.
Most attend on an hourly or drop
in basis. The center operates from
7 a.m. to 5 p.m. The children
range from 1 to 6 years and mostly
play and socialize. Their activities
include playing with blocks, puz-
zles, painting, water playing, finger

painting group dancing and sing-
ing, coloring, playing with clay,
educational toys and reading readi-
ness. Mrs. Spurlock, whose goal is
to instill self confidence in the chil-
dren, was presented a plaque by
grateful parents on the first an-
niversary of the center.
Another successful child care
facility is the Christian Child Care
Center at Balboa Heights, spon-
sored by the Baptist Church. Un-
der the direction of Mrs. Leona
Lee, the center opened on May 3
with three children. Today, en-
rollment fluctuates between 35 and
40 children. As a long term type
care center, the facility operates
on a three-category basis; by the
month for children whose mothers
work from 6:45 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.;
by the week for children whose
parents are temporarily without
domestic help; and on a daily basis
for those who attend for a few
Mrs. Bobbie Ward of Los Rios
will open a half-day day care cen-
ter at her home in early June to
accommodate six children from 8
a.m. to 12 noon.
A number of nursery type schools
have been operating for years on
both sides of the Isthmus.

Mrs. Camille Rexroad at the Christian Child Care Center at Balboa
Heights put the tots through the daily exercise routine, one of the many
activities at the child care center under the direction of Mrs. Leona Lee.
The center is sponsored by the First Baptist Church.

Page 4


AMas de 60 Anos al Servicio del Comercio Mundial

Spillway del Canal de Panama

Vol. XIII, No. 47

Viernes 23 de Mayo de 1975

p B Aumentaran Beneficios

rI Para Muchos Empleados

El Gobernador H. R. Parfitt (izquierda) entrega res- centroo) y Jeremias De Le6n. Ambos c
pectivos certificados como PrActicos del Canal sin li- period preliminary de adiestramiento de
mitaciones en la clase de barcos que puedan pilotear pasado 10 de mayo. De Le6n se convirti6
por la via acuAtica, a los Capitanes Charles R. Stevens panameiio que recibe certificado de prAc

Ford Exhorta Contra la Inflaci6

Mensaje a Todo el Personal Fede-
ral tanto Civil como Militar:
Una campafia victoriosa contra
los problems de la recesi6n y de
la inflaci6n require de la discipli-
na e ingenio individual, al igual
que de la total mobilizaci6n de los
mis grandes recursos de los Esta-
dos Unidos, que son: el cerebro,
la habilidad y la fuerza de volun-
tad de nuestro pueblo. Es vital
que en esta lucha todo el personal
Federal, tanto civil como military,
tome part active en los esfuerzos
que se hacen para reducir los cos-
tos y conservar energia.
Cada uno de ustedes puede ha-
cer su contribuci6n personal pre-
sentando ideas constructivas y tra-
bajando en cooperaci6n para eli-
minar perdidas, mejorar el equipo,
simplificar las operaciones o utili-
zar con mis provecho el tiempo,
las instalaciones y los recursos
energ6ticos. He establecido una
campafia especial de reducci6n de
costs, dentro de la estructura del
program Federal de premios, para
lograr que se hagan mas sugeren-
cias con ese fin especifico.
Durante el resto del Afio Calen-
dario 1975, tomarfl muy en cuenta
las contribuciones sobresalientes del
personal civil y military. He solici-
tado que se me informed sobre to-
das las sugerencias, invenciones y
otras contribuciones cientificas o
de otra indole, que den por re-
sultado beneficios calculables de
$5.000 o mAs al Gobierno, de ma-
nera que yo pueda afiadir mi agra-
decimiento y felicitaciones persona-

les a los premios en efectivo que se
otorguen a los participants.
Exhorto de la manera mAs enca-
recida a cada uno de ustedes a
que trate de conseguir economics
y otras mejoras dentro del Gobier-
no, a la vez que continue pres-

S Harold R. Parfitt

"Si Trabajamos

Podremos Reduc

A Todos los Empleados de la Com-
paniia del Canal de PanamA y
del Gobierno de la Zona del
En carta que me ha enviado, el
President de los Estados Unidos
solicita que yo les transmita a us-
tedes, a trav6s de los medios de
comunicaci6n de esta agencia, su
mensaje sobre la reducci6n en los
costs y la preservaci6n de la ener-
gia. El Presidente me solicita ade-
mis, que busque medios especia-
les para animar a los empleados y
a otorgar el debido reconocimiento
a aquellos cuyos esfuerzos den por
resultado importantes ahorros en
los costs.
Desde hace tiempo, nuestra nor-
ma ha sido identificar y premier,
por medio de nuestro program de
premios de estimulo, a aquellos
empleados que demuestren inicia-
tiva en la b6squeda de medios que
aumenten la eficiencia y reduzcan
los costs. De acuerdo con el men-

Centros Para Infantes

Demuestran Eficiencia

tando al plblico la n
de servicio. Trabajanc
to, confio en que los
rales podrAn reducirse
los products y service

. La reformada Junta Coordinado-
ra de Normas de Personal Civil de
S la Zona del Canal ha adoptado va-
rias acciones para aumentar bene-
ficios a muchos empleados de esta
Dichas acciones fueron tomadas
en la primera reuni6n de la junta
desde que el Honorable Victor V.
Veysey, Subsecretario del Ej6rcito
(Asuntos Civiles), fue designado
president permanent de la junta.
La junta aprob6 ciertos ajustes
t6cnicos en el plan de compensa-
ciones de la Zona del Canal que
beneficiarin a numerosos emplea-
dos de la Zona del Canal y aumen-
taran las n6minas de las agencies
del Gobiemo de los Estados Uni-
dos en la Zona del Canal por mis
de $1.300.000 para el afio fiscal
que comenzari en julio de 1975.
Una de las acciones fue la apro-
baci6n de la junta para introducir
un quinto escal6n en la categoria
manual de no supervision y en las
tarifas de salario de capataz, que
,umplieron el seri efectivo en el primer period
19 meses, el de pago que comience en el mes
Sen el primer de julio.
tico. Unos 4.775 empleados no esta-
dounidenses, la gran mayoria pa-
namefios y 285 estadounidenses es-
tarin calificados entonces para as-
h* center al nuevo escal6n de salario.
El resultado de esta acci6n sera
nejor calidad un aumento en el costo de las n6-
do en conjun- minas que se calcula en $874.000
gastos Fede- al afio.
e y mejorarse La junta aprob6 ademAs una re-
cios. vision en las tarifas del factor im-


:ir los Gastos


saje presidential, deseo nuevamen-
te hacer Anfasis en la importancia
del Programa de Premios de Es-
timulo y exhortarlos a que parti-
cipen mas en 61, como un medio
de lograr economies y mejoras en
los servicios gubernamentales que,
segin sefiala el Presidente, son vi-
tales durante este period de rece-
si6n e inflaci6n.
Creo, al igual que el Presidente,
que si trabajamos conjuntamente,
podremos reducir los gastos y me-
jorar los products y servicios Fe-

La Compania de

Ballet Actuara'

28-29 de Mayo
La Compaiia Nacional de Ba-
llet se presentara en el Teatro Na-
cional los dias ni6rcoles 28 y jue-
ves 29 de mayo. Ambas funciones
comenzaran a las 8:30 p.m.
Entre las nuevas danzas introdu-
cidas por la Compania a su reper-
torio figuran el "Pas de Deux Cam-
pesino", de Giselle, en que parti-
cipara la bailarina Miriam Cedefio,
hija del Dr. Guillermo E. Cedefio
y Sra. El Dr. Cedefio es m6dico
del Hospital Corgas.
Las reservaciones se pueden ha-
cer Ilamando al tel6fono 22-2302,
de 8 a.m. a 12 m. y de 1 a 4:30
p.m. en los dias laborables. Los
boletos cuestan de $1 a $4.

puesto que es resultado de un cam-
bio en las leyes del impuesto sobre
la renta de los Estados Unidos
para 1975.
Los cambios en el factor impues-
to, que entraran en vigor en el pe-
riodo de pago que comenzara el
22 de junio, tendrAn el efecto de
aumentar do 5 a 19 centavos por
hora, a quienes tionen salaries base
o tarifas de salaries basados en los
salaries de Estados Unidos.
Aproximadamente 3.200 ciuda-
danos no estadounidenses, en su
inmensa mayoria panamefios, tanto
de categoria manual como no ma-
nual so bcneficiarAn con los sala-
rios bases aumentados, lo que sig-
nificar: un aumento de costs que
se calcula en $290.000.
Ademns, se beneficiarin otros
empleados no estadounidenses que
pertenecen a otros grupos de sala-
rios basados en los de los Estados

Anuncian Horario

De los Almacenes

Para el Lunes 26
El horario seg6n el cual opera-
ran el pr6ximo lunes, Dia de Re-
cordaci6n, los supermercados, ca-
feterias, estaciones de servicio de
gasoline y otras actividades de la
Division de Abastos ha sido anun-
ciado oficialmente.
El Supermercado de Balboa per-
manecera abierto de 9 a.m. a 9
p.m., como de costumbre. El Mer-
cadito de Margarita tambi6n abri-
ra como de costumbre, de 8 a.m.
a 10 p.m.
Las secciones de Conveniencia y
de MAquinas AutomAticas de Venta
de Gamboa, Paraiso y Rainbow
City abrirAn de 9 a.m. a 4 p.m.
Las cafeterias de los centros de
Servicios Comunales de Diablo
Heights y Margarita, operaran de
acuerdo con su horario normal de
24 horas al dia. El Restaurante
Drive-Inn, abrira de 11 a.m. a
10:30 p.m. y el Merendero (Lunch-
eonette) del Pacifico, abrira de
6 a.m. a 2 p.m.
Las estaciones de servicio de ga-
solina operaran de acuerdo con su
horario reducido de los dias de
fiesta, las canchas de boliche de
acuerdo con sus horas normales y
los teatros abriran de acuerdo con
los programs anunciados con an-
(Continua en la pdgina 4)


Un anio despu6s que fueron es-
fablci dos los primeros centros de
atenci6/ infantil durante el dia,
rn la Zona del Canal, para ayudar
a rcolveir los problems que tie-
non:r las padres que trabajan, dichas
iirtalaciones han demostrado su
capar;iidad para atendcr a los niflos
fuera de sus hogares.
Por medio de los esfuerzos co-
ordinados de part de la empresa
del Canal de PanamA v de various
miernbros de la comunidad, los
(enro( s rcolvieron lo que, al prin-
cipio, parccia ser una crisis, al ser

incluidos los empleados domesticos
locales dentro de los beneficios de
la Ley de Salario Minimo de los
Estados Unidos, que entr6 en vigor
el 19 de mayo del afio pasado. Du-
rante este intervalo, los centros han
proporcionado adecuada atenci6n a
los nifios, ademAs de que han ofre-
cido programs de desarrollo, des-
tinados a promover el crecimiento
fisico, emotional, social e intelec-
tual de los pequefios.
Para garantizar que dichos cen-
tros de atenci6n infantil cumplan
(Continia en la pdgina 4)


Treinta y cinco miembros de PanamA Policia, que in-
tegrarin un cuerpo de guardias de turismo, visitaron
recientemente las Esclusas de Miraflores y recibieron
una charla de orientaci6n sobre el Canal de PanamA,
ofrecida por el Director de Publicaciones en Espaiiol
del Canal, Josd Te6filo Tufi6n Herazo. El grupo estu-

vo acompainado por el Teniente Carlos Arjona, Asis-
tente del Jefe de Panama Policia. En la foto apare-
cen los visitantes con Jose T. Tufi6n II. (al centro) y
el jefe del cuerpo de guardias de turismo, Teniente
No6 Lorenzo Quir6z (al extreme derecho). El grupo
observ6 las operaciones del Canal de Panama.


. I


Mayo 23, 1975

Desde el 23 hasta el 29 de Mayo de 1975

Aire Acondicionado
Viernes y sAbado-CERRADO
Domingo y lunes-Black Gunn (R)
Martes-Zandy's Bride (SIT) (PG)
Miercoles-Bonnie and Clyde (PG)
Jueves-The Witches (PG) y The Cops and
Robbers (SIT) (PG)

Viernes y sabado-CERRADO
Domingo-Chinese Professionals (SIT) (R)
Lunes-Chinatown (R)

Miircoles-ln the Heat of the Night (SIT) y
You Don't Need Pajamas at Rosie's (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 pelicula no
sera apta para nifios. (R) Restringida. Los
j6venes de menos de 17 afios no serdn admi-
tidos, a no ser que Ileguen acompaiados de
uno de los padres o per su guardian legal.
(X) No se admitira menores de 17 aiios.
(SIT) Pelicula con titulos en espagol.

11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Los Picapiedras
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-El Especial
2:00-Plaza Sesamo
3:30-La Mujer, el Arte
y el Hogar*
4:00--Porky y sus Amigos
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 Instante0
12:00-El Oso Ruperto
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-Polla Hipica
6:00-Fauna Silvestre
6:30-Teved6s Informa
7:30-La Hora de Cesar
de Le6n
8:30-Doble Tanda
9:30-Santa Misa
10:30-Todo per 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
5:30-Speedy Gonzalez*

c E 'l%.E3 B ^ *& En colors. Sujeto a cambios sin previo aviso.

7:00-Planeta de los Simios"
8:00-El Hombre Nuclear"
10:00-Panorama Panamefio
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 0
6:30-Tevedis 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 Jlvenes Vaqueros
8:00-Helic6ptero Uno
8:30-Cine Favoriteo
10:00-Noticias del Siglo
10:05-Ultimas Noticias
10:20-Ultima Tanda

C I 4 * En colors. Sujeto a

11:00-Festival de Cartones
11:15-El Arte de Cocinar*
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-Seiforita Cometa
5:30-Sueiio con Jeannie
6:00-Telenoticias RPC
9:00-Una Muchacha Llamada
S Milagros
10:00-Cuesti6n de Minutes
10:15-La Hora Cero
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-Barnaby Jones*
8:00-Owen Marshall
9:00-Marcus Welbyo
10:00-Cinl 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--Slvese Quien Pueda
12:30-Grandes Aiios del
1:30-Domingo Deportivo
5:30-Super Tanda

8:00-El FBI en Acci6n�
9:00-Hawai 5-00
10:00-Panorama Panameiio
11:00-Jefatura 87
11:00-Festival de Cartones
11:15-El Arte de Cocinar*
12:15- Variedades del Lunes*
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-Sueiio con Jeannie
6:00--Telenoticias RPC
7:00-Chespirito *
9:00-Una Muchacha Llamada
10:00-Cuesti6n de Minutes
10:15-Cine Colosal
10:50-Programa Educative
11:15-El Arte de Cocinar0
12:15-El Show de los
2:30-Ana del Aire*
3:00-La Ciudad Grita
3:30-El Oso Yogui
4:00-El Honorable
4:30-La Gente del Maiana
5:00-Seiiorita Cometa
5:30-Suefio con Jeannie
6:00-Telenoticias RPC
7:00-Piginas de Oroe
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 Sesamo
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 *
6:30-Tevedis Informa
7:30-El Mago"
8:30-Patrulla Juvenil .
10:00-Noticias del Siglo
10:05-Ultimas Noticias
10:20-Ultima Tanda

11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Los Picapiedras
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-La Hora del Sesteo
2:00-Plaza Sesame
3:30-La Mujer, el Arte
y el Hogar*
4:00-Linus Corazln de Le6n
4:30-Los Trotamundos de
5:30-El Gran Chaparral
6:30-Teved6s Informa
7:30-El Mundo Submarine
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-El Oso Yogui
4:00-El Honorable
4:30-La Gente del Maliana
5:00-Seiiorita Cometa
5:30-Sueiio con Jeannie
6:00-Telenoticias RPC
7:00-El Mundo en Guerra 0
9:00-Una Muchacha Llamada
10:00-Cuestiin de Minutes
10:15-Cine Colosal
10:45--Programa Educative
11:00-Robin Hood
11:15-El Arte de Cocinar"
12:15-La Criada Bien Criada0
2:30-Ana del Aire*
3:00-La Ciudad Grita
3:30-EI Dso Yogui
4:00-El Honorable
4:30-La Gente del Mariana
5:00-Seiiorita Cometa
5:30-Sueiio con Jeannie
6:00-Telenoticias RPC
7:00-Travesuras de
Topo Gigion
9:00-Una Muchacha Llamada
10:00-Cuesti6n de Minutos
10:15-Cine Colosal

El Profesor Andres C. Toro, Subdirector de la Escuela
de Ciegos Helen Keller, de la ciudad de Panama,
prueba una mAquina de escribir especial para ciegos
que le fue donada a dicho plantel por el Club de
Leones de Balboa y fue entregada por el president
del mencionado club, Vernon Dunnell (segundo de la


A Escuelas

De Ciegos
Una maquina de escribir en al-
fabeto Braille con su correspon-
diente suministro especial de papel
para escribir con ellas fue la valio-
sa donaci6n que el Club de Leo-
nes de Balboa hizo el martes 13
de mayo a la Escuela de Ciegos
Helen Keller, que funciona en la
barriada de Betania, en PanamA.
El mismo dia, los Leones de
Balboa obsequiaron el Centro de
Rehabilitaci6n de Ciegos Adultos,
que funciona en Las Cumbres, dos
miquinas con su correspondiente
cantidad de papel.
La entrega de tan valiosos obse-
quios estuvo a cargo de una comi-
si6n de Leones de Balboa, dirigi-
dos por su president Vernon Dun-
nell. En la Escuela de Ciegos
Helen Keller, el Subdirector de la
Escuela, Profesor AndrBs C. Toro,
recibi6 la donaci6n y agradeci6 con
emotivas palabras la ayuda que en
todo moment reciben de los Leo-
nes de Balboa. En el Centro de
Rehabilitaci6n de Las Cumbres,
fue la director del establecimien-
to docente de adults, Profesora
Graciela C. de Lasso, la que muy
emocionada dio las gracias a los
Leones por su magnAnimo gesto.
La comisi6n de Leones de Bal-
boa estuvo integrada por John
Duda, primer vicepresidente; Ver-
non Dunnel, Jr.; Bill Bright, Jr., ex
president de los Leones de Bal-
boa y Manuel "Mike" Progana.
"Mike" Progana declare que el
Club de Leones de Balboa estA
sumamente agradecido de la co-
munidad resident en Balboa, pues
sin la cooperaci6n que brindaron
los residents a la campafia del
"bast6n blanco" jamAs hubiera sido
possible esas donaciones.

izquierda). De izquierda a derecha, aparecen: John
Duda, vicepresidente; Dunnell; el Profesor Toro; Bill
Bright, ex president del club; Vernon Dunnell, Jr. y
Manuel "Mike" Progana. Al fondo, aparece la imagen
de Santa Cecilia, patron de la Escuela de Ciegos
Helen Keller.

Es verdad que los apagones no
son cosas del pasado y que ocurren
a cada rato, pero ninguna de las
explicaciones que se han dado ilti-
mamente puede compararse con lo
que se describi6 en el PANAMA
CANAL RECORD hace 50 afios. El
informed era del tenor siguiente:
"La interrupci6n en el servicio de
la linea de transmisi6n de 44,000
voltios del Canal de PanamA, que
tuvo lugar durante el mes de mar-
zo, se debi6 a un mono perezoso".
El informed continuaba diciendo
que no content el animalito con
haber saboteado la linea N� 2, fue
descubierto, unas 10 horas des-
pu6s, en una torre, preparAndose a
subir a uno de los cables con carga
el6ctrica de la linea N9 1. El ani-
mal era fuerte, "todavia estaba vi-
vito y coleando, a pesar de que
mostraba quemaduras y estaba
chamuscado en varias parties del
cuerpo, debido a los chispazos".
El escritor sefialaba que dicho in-
cidente podria ser la explicaci6n
de various apagones anteriores.
Otro "delincuente" de ese mes
fue un puerco espin, que fue descu-
bierto por un guardalineas en lo
alto de una torre y sobre un cable
que no tenia carga. AI ser descu-
bierto, el puerco espin corrida por
sobre la linea "en posici6n erecta,
como si estuviera sobre terreno
piano". A continuaci6n, segin el
lenguaje del escritor, "se necesit6
algan tiempo para desalojarlo y
bajarlo de la torre".

Spillway del Canal de Panama

Gobernador 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 mas 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 PanamA. Valor de la subscripci6n para otros
$2.60 al alio. Por Correo A6reo $10 al afio. Los cheques deben hacerse
pagaderos a The Panama Canal Company y dirigidos a: SPILLWAY
Subscriptions, Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.

Al repasar las viejas ediciones
se encuentra con ciertas cosas que
pueden archivarse bajo el titulo de
"iC6mo Cambian los Tiempos!"
Los mis impresionantes se refieren
al trinsito de buques por el Canal.
El RECORD, inform hace 50 afios,
que en el mes de marzo habian
transitado por el Canal 398 naves.
Era un promedio de 12.84 barcos
diaries. Durante los primeros 9 me-
ses del aio fiscal 1925, el RECOur
inform que habian transitado
3.551 buques comerciales.
Las cifras mAs recientes compi-
ladas por la empresa del Canal de
PanamA muestran un dramatic
contrast. En marzo de este aiio,
transitaron por el Canal de Pana-
mi 1.217 naves de alto bordo, para
un promedio diario de 39.3 barcos
comerciales. El total para el afio
fiscal, hasta marzo, es de 10.168
transitos de buques comerciales de
alto bordo.

Muy diferente a un titulo apa-
recido en reciente edici6n del
SPILLWAY que decia "la Zona del
Canal Impone R6cord de 18 Me-
ses Sin un Solo Caso de Malaria",
es una nota de rutina, aparecida
en la edici6n de mayo de 1925 del
RECORD. Informaba que se habian
producido 59 casos de malaria en
el mes anterior, de los cuales uno
result ser fatal. Dos casos fueron
descubiertos en la ciudad de Pa-
nama, ninguno en Col6n, 17 en la
Zona del Canal y 40 en lugares
situados fuera de las Areas ya sa-
neadas. Siete de las victims eran
empleados del Canal de PanamA,
20 no eran empleados y 32 perte-
necian al Ej6rcito o a la Armada.
Ese mes, las principles causes de
muerte fueron la tuberculosis y la

Maneje con Cuidado

iLos accidents son mis

frecuentes en los fines de

semana mas largos!

Pagina 2

Mayo 23, 1975


SEl Dia de la Recordaci6n

Honraran a Patriotas Muertos

Cecil T. Austin, a la derecha, recibe un certificado de reconocimiento y
un cheque de $50, por haber hecho una sugerencia que ahorra a la
empresa del Canal de Panama unos $500 anuales en la conservaci6n de
los materials que se utilizan en la reparaci6n de los rieles y cremalleras
por donde ruedan las locomotoras de remolque en las esclusas. El Super-
intendente de las Esclusas de Gat6n, Richard J. Danielsen felicita efusi-
vamente a Austin, luego de entregarle el premio.

Plaeaen las Pruebas Para

Camelot del 9-11 de Junio

Las pruebas para el program
musical a beneficio de Senda Uni-
da la pr6xima temporada, en que
serA presentada la obra Camelot,
se realizaran en el Auditorio de la
Escuela Secundaria de Balboa los
dias 9, 10 y 11 de junio. Las prue-
bas comenzarAn todas las noches a
las 7 p.m.
Camelot, la romfntica historic
del Rey Arturo y la Reina Geno-
veva, con todo el colorido que dan
a la misma los Caballeros de la
Mesa Redonda y sus cuatro bellas
damas, sera dirigida por Edward
Carwithen. Carwithen, professor de
mlsica en la Escuela Secundaria


Dar' el D;a 28

La Cruz Roja
El Capitulo de la Zona del
Canal de la Cruz Roja Americana,
llevarA a cabo un Curso de Adies-
tramiento de Voluntarias el mi6r-
coles 28 de mayo. En dicho curso
participaran linicamente adults
que resident en la Zona del Canal
y dependientes del personal mili-
Las personas interesadas debe-
rAn Ilamar a las oficinas de la Cruz
Roja, tel6fono 52-6669 para mayor

de Crist6bal, estarA dirigiendo su
primera obra con Senda Unida.
Con anterioridad Carwithen ha
participado y dirigido musicalmen-
te varias producciones presentadas
por Senda Unida. Desempefi6 el
papel de John Adams, en la pro-
ducci6n 1776, presentada por Sen-
da Unida en 1973 y fungi6 como
director musical para las obras
Amor Sin Barreras y Mame. Estu-
vo dirigiendo voices y el coro en
el Violinista Sobre el Tejado.
Camelot represent un reto para
actors y cantantes, por igual. La
necesidad de actors buenos y can-
tantes talentosos se refleja por el
calibre y evidence calidad de la
obra original en Broadway: Richard
Burton (El Rey Arturo), Julie An-
drews (Genoveva), Robert Gouelt
(Lancelot) y Rody MacDowell
Camelot es producida por Bruce
Quinn y Kenneth Pitman, produc-
tores de un Violinista Sobre el Te-
jado. Vera Bomford, experimenta-
da participate en producciones de
Senda Unida servirA de core6grafa
de la misica que sera ofrecida por
Lerner y Lowe. La Banda de Mu-
sica de la Fuerza A6rea del Co-
mando Sur estara colaborando en
la obra. La tramoya sera disefiada
por Dennis Broud.
Camelot se presentarA en el Au-
ditorio de la Escuela Secundaria
de Balboa desde el 24 de julio.

Los militares norteamericanos
que han ofrendado sus vidas por su
patria durante toda la historic de
los Estados Unidos serAn honrados
en ceremonies el pr6ximo Dia de
Recordaci6n, que tendrAn lugar en
los cementerios de Corozal y
Mount Hope y tambibn en alta
Las ceremonies de observaci6n
mis importantes del sector Pacifi-
co se iniciarAn a las 9 a.m. en el
Cementerio de Corozal, al inter-
pretar la Banda 79 del Ejercito de
los Estados Unidos el tema "God
Bless America" (Dios Bendiga a
Luego dirA la invocaci6n el Re-
verendo Gordon C. Gustafson, Pas-
tor de la Iglesia "Crossroads" de
la Biblia; el discurso pronunciado
por el Presidente Lincoln en Get-
tysburg serA recitado por Paul
Londynsky, estudiante de la Es-
cuela Secundaria de Balboa y la
banda ejecutarA a continuaci6n el
Himno de Batalla de la Replblica.
El principal discurso del dia sera
pronunciado por el Brigadier Ge-

neral William R. Richardson, Co-
mandante de la Brigada 193 de
Infanteria, destacada en la Zona
del Canal.
Despuis de que las oraciones
conmemorativas hayan sido ofre-
cidas por Nicolas L. Unger, Lider
Religioso Laico del Centro de las
Fuerzas Armadas de la Comuni-
dad Hebrea (JWB-USO) de la
Zona del Canal. El Reverendo
John V. Kennedy, PArroco de la
Iglesia Cat6lica Santa Maria, el
Reverendo Gustafson y represen-
tantes de organismos de veterans
colocarAn ofrendas florales, mien-
tras la banda se encontrarA eje-
cutando el tema "Onward, Chris-
tian Soldiers" (Adelante, Soldados
de Cristo).
El Padre Kennedy impartirA la
Despues que la escuadra de fu-
sileros del ROTC de la Escuela
Secundaria de Balboa se encargara
del saludo de 21 disparos, la Guar-
dia de Banderas Conjunta del
Comando Sur de los Estados Uni-
dos iniciarA la retirada, con lo que

Pat Quinn en Broadway

Pat Quinn gran artist nacida
en el Istmo aparecerA en la pro-
ducci6n de George C. Scott La
Muerte de un Vendedor sobre la
obra original de Arthur Miller y
que se presentarA en junio en
Broadway. Esta nueva representa-
ci6n del clisico de Miller estA
siendo presentada en el Teatro
Circle in the Square. La Srta.
Quinn, que se educ6 en la Zona
del Canal, en uni6n de George C.
Scott y de Theresa Wright tendrin
los papeles principles en la obra
que sera dirigida por Scott, quien


Junio 24-Festividad de San Juan
Bautista, que es observada por
las ciudades de Chitr6 y Agua-
dulce, de las que es Patr6n este
santo. Tienen lugar en ambas po-
blaciones, cabalgatas, bailes po-
pulares y otras manifestaciones
Mayo 29-Fiesta del Corpus Chris-
ti, que celebran poblaciones del
interior de PanamA con especial
fervor y clasicas manifestaciones
festival que recuerdan el Corpus
Christi en Espaila.

gan6 el Oscar de la Academia del
Cine por su representaci6n del
General Patton. La obra se estre-
narA el 19 de junio en Broadway.
La Srta. Quinn, quien apareci6
en el papel principal de la pelicula
Alice's Restaurant (El Restaurante
de Alicia), regresa a Broadway
despues de various afios de ausencia.
Habia aprobado anteriormente en
Broadway, en Blues for Mr. Char-
lie de James Baldwin; en Marat6n
33, de June Havoc y en The
Golden Six, de Maxwell Anderson.
Ha aparecido en varias otras pe-
liculas, incluso Shootout en la que
hizo el papel principal junto con
Gregory Peck; Zachariah, con John
Rubinstein y en The Chase, con
Marlon Brando. En la television
ha trabajado en Bannacheck, de
Waldon; en el Teatro de Televi-
si6n de Hollywood, Gunsmoke,
Mannix, Dr. Kildare y otras. Es
miembro vitalicia del The Actors
La Srta. Quinn es hija de Marc
Quinn y Sra. Bertha de Quinn, re-
sidentes en Cali, Colombia, quie-
nes fueron empleados del Canal
de PanamA. Su hermano, Bruce
Quinn, Ayudante Especial del Go-
bernador y president para Opor-
tunidades Iguales de Trabajo, tam-
bien es muy active en el ambiente
teatral de la localidad.

Gan6 Policia

Local un Doble

Juego a Panamrn
La selecci6n de la Policia
de la Zona del Canal logr6
una double victoria reciente-
mente sobre la novena de Pa-
nama Policia, en series de bola
lenta celebrada a invitaci6n
hecha por el Jefe de la Poli-
cia de la Zona del Canal,
William Kessler. El primer
juego termin6 16-3 y el se-
gundo 14-9.
La novena local estuvo di-
rigida por Jos6 Ja6n. Entre
sus unidades sobresalientes fi-
guraron Luther Quinn, ex
pelotero professional amplia-
mente conocido en PanamA,
quien conect6 dos jonrones;
Cocoy Tufi6n y el propio
Jaen. Por los perdedores, que
evidenciaron notable mejoria
en el segundo juego, sobresa-
li6 Juan Tejada.
El equipo local de la Poli-
cia tiene interns en medirse
con otros equipos de la ciu-
dad de PanamA y de la Zona
del Canal. Los interesados
deberAn comunicarse con Jose
Jar:n en la Policia.

7 ~K.

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Ciertamente que no hubo derrotados en la series de bola lenta celebrada equipos, aparecen en la foto el Teniente Carlos Arjona, quien represent
recientemente en el Parque de Juegos de Softbol del Pacifico, entire al Jefe de PanamA Policia, Teniente Coronel Pedro Ayala y el Director
novenas de la Policia de la Zona del Canal y PanamA Policia. Los locales de Asuntos Civiles de la Zona del Canal, Frank A. Castles. Los locales
aventajaron 16-3 y 14-9 en ambos partidos, que fueron celebrados a repartieron hotdogs y refrescos a sus invitados. El equipo local invita a
invitaci6n del Jefe de la Policia de la Zona del Canal, William Kessler, cualquier conjunto interesado en celebrar una series amistosa. Los inte-
quien don6 un trofeo a los victoriosos. Ademas de los jugadores de ambos resados deberAn comunicarse con Jos6 Ja6n, en la Policia.

Pagina 3


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terminarAn las ceremonies en el
Cementerio de Corozal.
Jesuis F. Garcia es el president
del comit6 organizador del sector
Pacifico, mientras que R. Wayne
King sera el maestro de ceremo-
nias durante las ceremonies con-
memorativas en el Cementerio de
En caso de lluvia, los servicios
tendrin lugar en la Capilla del
Cementerio de Corozal.
Las Muchachas Guias participa-
rAn en las actividades del dia colo-
cando ofrendas florales en la Placa
Conmemorativa de Balboa Heights
v en el Columbarium de la Capi-
lla de Todas las Almas en la Ca-
tedral de San Lucas.
Los Exploradores decorarAn las
tumbas de los veterans en el Ce-
menterio de Corozal y tanto los
Exploradores como las Muchachas
Guias tomaran parte en las cere-
monias que se llevaran a cabo en
el Cenotafio de Richard T. Perott,
en Balboa v en los servicios que
tendran lugar mas afuera.
Otras actividades del sector Pa-
cifico incluyen servicios conmemo-
rativos en la Placa Conmemorati-
va de Paraiso, acto que estara a
cargo del Club de Aynda Mutua
de Paraiso y de organismo de ve-
teranos. Tambien las Damas Auxi-
liares de la Legi6n Americana y
de los Veteranos de Guerras Ex-
tranjeras colocarAn un tribute flo-
ral en la Placa Conmemorativa
El lunes, al mediodia, el Cape-
lin de la Fuerza A6rea, Coronel
Wilfred L. Kreiger ofrecerA la in-
vocaci6n, la oraci6n conmeinorati-
va y la bendici6n, durante los ser-
vicios en alta mar. Deborah Far-
rell, de la Escuela Secundaria de
Balboa recitard el Discurso de
Lincoln en Gettysburg y despues
de 30 segundos de silencio, se
lanzarA a las aguas una ofrenda
El Coronel Charles J. Bauer,
Comandante de la Escuela de las
Am6ricas de los Estados Unidos,
serA el orador principal en los ser-
vicios que tendrin lugar en el sec-
tor Atlintico.
Las ceremonies, que han sido
organizadas y patrocinadas por los
Veteranos de Guerras Extranjeras,
Puesto 3876, comenzarin a las 11
a.m. en el Cementerio de Mount
Las oraciones, la invocaci6n y
la bendici6n serAn ofrecidas por el
Capellan (Mayor) Marion Kirk.
Englebert Berger serA el maes-
(Continda en la pdgina 4)



Mayo 23, 1975

Centros Para Infantes Demuestran . ..

(Viene de la pdgina I)
con los requisitos y normas fijados confirmar que se cumpla con los
por la empresa del Canal en lo que reglamentos contra incendios y de
respect a salubridad, seguridad y seguridad y la Divisi6n de Medici-
protecci6n contra incendios, antes na Preventiva envia representantes
de su aprobaci6n por la Oficina de al lugar, para hacer una evaluacidn
la Vivienda, dependencia de la que garantice el cumplimiento de
Division de Servicios Comunales, las normas y reglamentos de segu-
sobre si es apropiada la instalacidn ridad.
que se va a utilizar, se la inspec- En esta empresa, desempefian
ciona completamente. La Division un papel important las enferme-
de Bomberos la inspecciona, para ras de Salubridad Piblica asigna-

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Ayudante Montador de Tuberia, MG-5 (Se require saber nadar) $2.15
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Ayudante Mecanico Tornero, MG-5 (Se require saber nadar) $2.15
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Capataz de Operaciones de Estibadores, MS-11 --- _ $7.16
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Enfermera/Enfermera Clinica NM-4/7
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Guardia, NM-3* ____________ __ $4.867.20
Guardia, NM-4 - -___ ---- _ ________ $7.300.80
Inspector de Construccidn, NM-8 (Se require
licencia para conducir).____ ________ ________-$11.128.00
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Obrero, MG-3* (Primeras 40 horas) _______$2.03
Oficinista-Esten6grafo(a), NM-4 (Intermitente) .-------$7.300.80
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Oficinista-Transcriptor(a) de Dictifono, NM-3/4 (Conocimiento
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Operario de Lancha a Motor-Pequefia, MG-7
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Policia Raso, PL-11---- -- _____ _ $11.086.40
Supervisor de Guardias, NM-5 - _-----_ _ _ $8.153.60
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Trabajador de Pintura, MG-7 (Se require saber nadar) ___- -$2.43
Trabajador de Carpinteria, MG-7 (Se require saber nadar) _ $2.43
Tecnico de Ingenieria, NM-5/9 -_ __ ____$8.153.60/$12.230.40

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Esclusas A 1
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Serv. Com. P 1
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Ayudante Mecanico de Equipo M6vil Pesado, MG-5
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Ayudante Mecanico de Equipo Para Acondicionadores de
Aire, MG-5 (Que no exceda 1 aio) ___--- --$2.15 Mantenimiento A 1
Ayudante Mecanico Laminador, MG-5
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Ayudante Pintor, MG-5
(Que no exceda 1 alo) --____-- _____ _____----- $2.15 Mantenimiento P 2
Ayudante Plomero, MG-5 (Que no exceda 1 aio) --- - $2.15 Mantenimiento P 8
Ayudante Plomero, MG-5 (Que no exceda 1 afo) ---$2.15 Mantenimiento A 3
Ayudante Soldador, MG-5 (Que no exceda 1 afio) -- $2.15 Mantenimiento A 6
Ayudante Yesero, MG-5 (Que no exceda 1 alo) ---- - $2.15 Mantenimiento P 3
Botero, MG-5 (Que no exceda 1 aieo)- -----$2.15 Ingenierfa P 1
Carpintero, MG-9 (Que no exceda 1 aio). ----- $3.97 Mantenimiento P 11
Lubricador (Planta Flotante), MG-8 (Conocimientos del Ingles)
(Que no exceda 1 aio) _____._______--------- $2.90 Dragado P 1
Mecinico Laminador, MG-10 (Que no exceda 1 aiio) -----$5.41 Mantenimiento A 2
Mecnico Laminador, MG-10 (Que no exceda 1 aiio) .- --- --$5.41 Mantenimiento P 2
Mecanico Tornero, MG-10 (Que no exceda 1 aio) --- $5.41 Mantenimiento P 1
Mecnico Tornero (Mantenimiento), MG-10
(Qlue no exceda 1 afo) ------------ - --- --- --- __ $5.41 Mantenimiento P 1
Obrero, MG-2 (Que no exceda 1 aio) ------------ t$2.01 Ingenieria P 6
Ubrero, MG-3 (Que no exceda 1 aleo) .--- -- $2.03 Mantenimiento A 45
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Oficinista-Mecan6grafo(a), NM-41 (Que no exceda 6 meses) $7.300.80 Dir. I. y C. P 1
Operario de Equipo de Ingenieria, MG-8
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Plomero, MG- (Que no exceda 1 ao) ---- -- $5.41 Mantenimiento P 2
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das a las diferentes poblaciones,
que hacen visits mensuales a di-
chos centros y a las guarderias in-
fantiles escolares. Ellas no s6lo se
preocupan por la educaci6n sanita-
ria de los pequefos, verifican los
problems de su salud, inmunizan,
verifican los abastos de primeros
auxilios y otros asuntos relatives al
bienestar de los nifios, sino que
tambidn examinan peri6dicamente
el estado de salud de los adults
que laboran en los centros de aten-
ci6n infantil.
El Centro de Atenci6n Infantil
de Balboa, patrocinado por la Igle-
sia Uni6n de Balboa y bajo la di-
recci6n de la Sra. Nedra Spurlock,
abri6 el 19 de mayo, siendo el pri-
mero que se enfrent6 al problema,
cuando los centros de atenci6n in-
fantil se convirtieron en tema de
preocupaci6n especial. La Sra.
Spurlock inici6 operaciones ese dia
con solo cinco nifios. Actualmente
tiene 40 nifios registrados, con una
asistencia diaria promedio de 20
nifios. La mayoria asiste a base de
un horario o de cuando les es mis
convenient asistir. El centro opera
de las 7 a.m. a las 5 p.m. Los nifios
tienen edades de 1 a 6 afios y la
mayor parte del tiempo juegan y
se entretienen socialmente. Sus ac-
tividades incluyen juegos con blo-
ques, rompecabezas, pinturas, jue-
gos en el agua, entretenciones con
juguetes educativos y son prepara-
dos para la lectura. La Sra. Spur-
lock, cuyo mayor interns es inspi-
rar a los nifios seguridad en si mis-
mos, recibi6 una placa que los pa-
dres de familiar agradecidos le en-
tregaron el dia en que el centro
cumpli6 su primer aniversario.
Otra instalaci6n de atenci6n in-
fantil que ha tenido much ixito
es el Centro Cristiano de Atenci6n
Infantil de Balboa Heights, patro-
cinado por la Iglesia Bautista. Bajo
la direcci6n de la Sra. Leona Lee,
el centro comenz6 el 3 de mayo
con tres niiios. Hoy, la asistencia
fluctuia entire 35 y 40 nifios. Como
centro de atenci6n infantil del tipo
a largo plazo, la instalaci6n opera
en una base de tres categories: por
mes, para los nifios cuyas madres
trabajan de 6:45 a.m. a 4:45 p.m.;
por semana, para los nifios cuyos
padres se encuentran temporalmen-
te sin empleada dom6stica y en
base diaria, para aquellos nifios
que solo asisten durante algunas
La Sra. Bobbie Ward, de Los
Rios, abriri un centro de atenci6n
infantil que s6lo operarL durante
medio dia, en su residencia, a me-
diados de junior. Tendri capacidad
para seis nifios que serAn atendidos
de 8 a.m. a 12 del dia.
Durante afios, han estado ope-
rando en ambos sectors del Istmo
una cantidad de escuelitas tipo
guarderia infantil.

Algo de Int,

A las Ju

A continuaci6n ofrecemos res-
puesta a algunas preguntas que
suelen hacer los jubilados o em-
pleados en vias de jubilaci6n:
-dGanan interns las contribucio-
nes voluntarias?
-Si. Los dep6sitos ganan un in-
teris compuesto del 3 por ciento
annual. Mientras que no se deter-

Cooperativa Revisa

Libretas de Miembros
El Comit6 Supervisor de la Co-
operativa de Cr6dito Federal de
Paraiso esti nuevamente revisando
las libretas de sus afiliados. Se so-
licita a los miembros que las pre-
senten tan pronto como sea possible.

Anuncian . .
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
Todos los demis almacenes de
ventas al por menor y unidades de
centros de Servicios Comunales
permanecerin cerrados el Dia de


S Pa. S.. .
.^H 'ZB- ' ..... o. _,* 2 ' ,
Cuatro pequefios ponen a prueba sus habilidades en el dibujo, mientras
son observados por la Sra. Nedra de Spurlock, encargada del Centro
de Atenci6n Infantil de Balboa. Muchos nifios de la Zona del Canal son
atendidos en centros como este.

Agrega Materia el CZC

Al Curso e
La Temporada de Verano de la
Universidad de la Zona del Canal
ha afiadido a su program de pe-
dagogia el curso "Ensefianza de las
Ciencias en la Escuela Primaria",
seggn ha informado el Dr. Theo-
dore S. Corin, Director del Depar-
Las classes del nuevo curso se
dictaran los lunes, mi6rcoles y vier-
nes, de 1:40 a 4:30 p.m. en el
Sal6n 100.
Tambien se ha anunciado un
cambio en el horario de classes del
curso ED 225, "Materiales Audio-
visuales en Educaci6n". Esta clase
se ofreceri todos los dias de 4:40
a 6:05 p.m., en el Centro Audio-
visual de la Escuela Primaria de
Ademis, se dictarin dos cursos
de la material "Desarrollo de Ha-
bilidades en la Lectura y el Estu-
dio". La sesion de la maiiana se
dictarA de 10:05 a 11:30 a.m. en
el Sal6n 100 y la sesi6n de la tar-
de sera de 4:40 a 6:05 p.m. en el
Sal6n 103. La Profesora Galuska,
que ha estado dictando esta clase
durante el semestre de primavera,
estarA nuevamente encargada du-
rante la pr6xima temporada.
El Rector Murphy ha anunciado
que las matriculas para la tem-
porada pr6xima se efectuaran del
9 al 20 de junior y que las classes
comenzarAn el lunes 23 de junior.


res en Torno


mina el pago de interns para un
empleado despuss que terminal su
participaci6n en el sistema de jubi-
laci6n, hay previsto interns para un
ex empleado eligible para jubila-
ci6n diferida (lo que significa que
es eligible para recibir una pension
al Ilegar a los 62 aios debido a la
separaci6n temprana del servicio).
Dependiendo de que el empleado
eligible para jubilaci6n diferida
no retire sus contribuciones volun-
tarias, este continuarA ganando in-
terrs hasta que comience a recibir
la correspondiente pension o hasta
la fecha de su muerte. Las contri-
buciones mis el interns constitu-
yen la contribuci6n voluntaria de
la cuenta.
-8C6mo se hacen las contribu-
ciones voluntarias?
-Se realizan directamente a la
Comisi6n de Servicio Civil. Un
empleado que desea hacer contri-
buciones voluntarias Ilena el for-
mulario regular 2804 (Standard
Form 2804) en la Comisi6n y esta
ofrece las instrucciones pertinentes
para hacer efectivas las contribu-


A fin de programar las 9 semanas
de classes reglamentarias durante el
period de 8 semanas, se -ofrece-
rin classes de lunes a jueves du-
rante las primeras 4 semanas, del
23 de junior al 17 de julio y de
lunes a viernes durante las restan-
tes 4 semanas. Los examenes fi-
nales se efectuarAn el viernes 15
de agosto.
El verano esti sien-
do distribuido en las oficinas admi-
nistrativas de la Universidad de la
Zona del Canal. Los nuevos estu-
diantes deberin entrevistarse con
la oficina de Registros o con algu-
no de los consejeros, para que re-
ciban amplia informaci6n sobre el
procedimiento de ingreso.

Habra Desfile

Del Abou Saad
El Potentado David Stocker del
Templo Abou Saad anuncia que la
Parada de Primavera de los del
Abou Saad tendri lugar mailana.
El desfile comenzarA en la Im-
prenta del Canal de PanamA en
La Boca a las 9:30 a.m. Seguiri
por la Calle La Boca hasta la Calle
Balboa, donde doblarA a la iz-
quierda, llegarA hasta el Circulo
Stevens, donde tomarA por El
Los del Abou Saad invitan al
pflblico en general y solicitan que
eleven los nifios para que admire
los payasos, los carros c6micos y
la siempre popular Banda Oriental.

El Dia de la. ..
(Viene de la pdgina 3)
tro de ceremonies y Debbie Cleve-
land, estudiante de la Escuela Se-
cundaria de Crist6bal recitarA el
"Discurso de Gettysburg".
La milsica estarA a cargo de la
Banda 776 de la Fuerza Airea y
por la Banda del Benemerito Cuer-
po de Bomberos de Col6n. Una
escuadra de fusileros de Fuerte
Gulick dispararA el Saludo a los
Se invita al p6blico a que par-
ticipe en las ceremonies conmemo-
rativas que tendrAn lugar a bordo
de un remolcador del Canal de
PanamA, el lunes en la tarde, en
alta mar. El remolcador partirA
del desembarcadero situado entire
los muelles 8 y 9 de Crist6bal, a
las 2 p.m.
En el Monumento al Sargento
Ceballos, en Sabanitas, los servi-
cios serAn patrocinados por la Le-
gi6n Americana a las 3 p.m., en
memorial de los ciudadanos pana-
meios que murieron prestando ser-
vicios en las Fuerzas Armadas de
los Estados Unidos.

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