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The Panama Canal spillway =

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

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

Notes

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

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

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More Than 60 Years of Service to World Commerce


The Panama Canal Spillway


Friday, August 15, 1975


Vol. XIV, No. 7


Absorbed in her work, Sea Explorer Kim Briggs takes a measurement
on canvas as part of the finishing touches on the aft cabin of the 53-foot
schooner "Chief Aptakisic." She is one of a group of Sea Explorers
working to transform the weather worn boat into a shipshape vessel
worthy of representing the Canal Zone community in the Windjammer
Parade that will be part of the Bicentennial celebration in the United
States next year. Everything needed for the refurbishing job, except
the labor, is paid for by donations made by contributors who pay $17.76
to become members of the Windjammer Club.



Rehabilitation Program


For Alcoholics Working


The Canal Zone's Alcoholic Re-
habilitation Program is working,
according to a study made by Jack
H. Tinnin, a clinical social worker
and member of the rehabilitation
team.
Tinnin's study of the first 26
male Panama Canal employees to
enter the program uncovered an
unusual success story: 21 of the 26
remained sober for a year; 15 of
those 21 did not take a drink for
another 6 months, and 9 still have
not had a drink after 3 years or
longer.
And those figures only tell of
the initial period of treatment.
Many of the men who "fell off the
wagon" later reentered the pro-
gram with more success.
The Alcoholic Rehabilitation
Program staff of the Canal Zone
Mental Health Center defines alco-


Phone Directory

Classified Now

Being Accepted
New listings for the Classified
Section of the Panama Canal Com-
pany telephone directory are now
being accepted and should be sub-
mitted, in duplicate and type-
written, to the Telephone Di-
rectory Clerk, Communications
Branch, Electrical Division, Box
2010, Balboa, C.Z., no later than
today. This will enable the Printer
to have the directory ready for
distribution in or about the first
week in January 1976.
Company names also will be ac-
cepted for listing in alphabetical
order, in the white pages of the
directory.
Nonsubscriber listings will be
charged for at the regular tariff
rate.
Any inquiries regarding listings
should be made to the Telephone
Directory Clerk, telephone 52-
3548, or apply in person at Build-
ing 66, Roosevelt Avenue, Balboa,
C.Z.


holism as the loss of control of
one's life through the abuse of
alcohol. An alcoholic is a person
who has job, health, family and
community living problems that
are directly related to his drink-
ing.
The program benefits both the
employee and the Company. Most
participants are experienced work-
ers with above-average perform-
ance levels. So, as they save their
jobs and retirement benefits, the
Company conserves seasoned and
skilled manpower.
The staff first helps the em-
ployee stop drinking, then sup-
ports him as he tries to change
his lifestyle so he does not feel
the need to drink.
No one is forced to enter the
program against his will, although
his employing agency may offer
him a choice between treatment
and disciplinary action. The deci-
sion is the employee's.
Treatment begins with a 10-day
stay in the health center and con-
tinues through an outpatient phase
that lasts a year or more.
A participant cannot be helped
unless he fulfills his part of the
treatment contract by working to-
ward his own rehabilitation.
Antabuse, a drug which pro-
duces nausea and other unpleasant
symptoms when combined with
alcohol, is prescribed for most par-
ticipants. If health center records
show that one has missed his Ant-
abuse treatment, the staff meets
with him to discuss his commit-
ment. The employee either renews
his treatment contract or ter-
minates his participation in the
program.
Therapy groups play an im-
portant part in the outpatient
phase of treatment by providing a
forum where the participant can
discuss his goals, successes and
failures with people in similar si-
tuations. The group challenges the
alcoholic to change his life-style
and supports him in his rehabilita-
tion efforts by keeping the self-
(Continued on p. 4)


Registration

Underway at

C.Z. College
Registration for fall semester
classes at the Canal Zone College
has been continuing during the
summer session, and the period of
August 18-25 will be devoted
completely to fall semester enroll-
ment, according to an announce-
ment made by Dr. Glen E. Mur-
phy, Dean. Students who are in-
terested in matriculating for fall
semester courses can do so daily,
Monday through Friday, during
regular office hours. Classes for the
fall term will begin August 26.
A broad selection of course offer-
ings has been planned in each de-
partment of the Canal Zone Col-
lege, and many class sections have
been scheduled from 4:40 to 9:30
p.m. to accommodate employed per-
sons who wish to pursue college
courses on a part-time basis. Class
schedules and enrollment forms
can be secured from the adminis-
trative office of the college, Room
209. Counselors are on duty to
approve admission of new stu-
dents and to advise students.
A schedule change fee of $2 is
being charged this semester for
making schedule changes once the
registration process has been com-
pleted. From August 26 through
the late registration period, a late
registration fee of $5 for full-time
students and $2 for part-time stu-
dents will also be charged.
Students interested in enrolling
should do so as soon as possible
to be assured of the class schedule
they wish to select.

A Reminder to Divers
Divers are reminded that in case
of diving emergencies where a re-
compression chamber is required
they should contact the Canal
Zone Police (Balboa 52-7862 or
52-3345 and Cristobal 43-2111).
The patient should then be
transported immediately to the
nearest recompression chamber.
Chambers are located on the At-
lantic side on Salvage Barge U.S.
208, docked at the Salvage Depot
and Diving School next to the
Catun Yacht Club. On the Pacific
side the chamber is located on the
Canal end of Building 1, Balboa
Industrial Area, next to Drydock
No. 1.


Preliminary data on the survey
to check and adjust overhead light-
ing levels in all Panama Canal
Company-Canal Zone Government
buildings (excluding residences) in-
dicates that there is still room for
more energy savings.
The survey program, being car-
ried out on instructions given by
Lt. Gov. Richard L. Hunt, follows
the Federal Energy Administra-
tion directives which specify that
energy consumed for lighting shall
be reduced by removing nonessen-
tial lamps and fixtures and by ap-
plying nonuniform lighting stand-
ards to existing lighting systems.
They also include guidelines for
illumination at work stations (at a
desk, for example), in work areas
(the area around desks) and non-
working areas, such as hallways.
Under the new guidelines, rec-
ommended overhead lighting levels
during normal working hours are
approximately: 50 footcandles at
work stations, 30 footcandles in
work areas, and 10 footcandles (in
no case, less than 1 footcandle) in
nonworking areas. A "footcandle"
is a standard unit used to.measure
the amount of available light in a
given area.
To date, the Electrical Division
has taken action to reduce illumi-
nation levels in certain areas by
removing nonessential lights. In
performing a survey, priority has
been given to school facilities now
that they are closed for summer
vacation. Also, a considerable num-
ber of other Company-Government
buildings have been visited to date.
The information gathered is sent

Schools at Cristobal

Plan Orientation Day
An orientation day program at
Cristobal Junior Senior High
School has been scheduled for all
new students from grades 7
through 12.
The program will be conducted
by the Cristobal High School Stu-
dent Association at 9 a.m., Au-
gust 21, in the school auditorium.
All new students are invited to
attend,


1975-76 School Calendar

Following is the U.S. school calendar for 1975-76:
Teachers report ______------ ------ August 26, 1975 (Tuesday)
Students report ----- --- ---- --- August 28, 1975 (Thursday)
Labor Day holiday --. ---------.---- - ----- - September 1, 1975 (Monday)
Columbus Day holiday _ _--- - - ----_-- October 13, 1975 (Monday)
Elementary-First Marking Period .__--- - October 24, 1975 (Friday) (40 days)
Veterans Day holiday --______---- -- --- -- ----- October 27, 1975 (Monday)
Secondary and College Mid-Semester ----- ----- October 31, 1975 (Friday) (44 days)
Panama Independence Day holiday -- --- ---November 3, 1975 (Monday)
Thanksgiving holidays__ -------- November 27-November 30, 1975 (Thursday-Sunday)
Christmas holidays.__ ..- -_ December 24, 1975-January 4, 1976 (Wednesday-Sunday)
Elementary-Second Marking Period -- - - January 9, 1976 (Friday) (43 days)
Secondary and College-First Semester -- January 16, 1976 (Friday) (88 days)
Washington's Birthday holiday- --------- ---- - February 16, 1976 (Monday)
Elementary-Third Marking Period - .__ --- -- March 12, 1976 (Friday) (44 days)
Secondary and College-Mid-Semester _-- - March 19, 1976 (Friday) (44 days)
Spring holidays ------- - April 10-April 18, 1976 (Saturday-Sunday)
Elementary early withdrawal (trial)----- -- - -- April 30, 1976 (Friday)
Early withdrawal --- ------------ ------May 14, 1976 (Friday)
Memorial Day. -----------May 31, 1976 (Monday)
Last day for students __ _______-----June 3, 1976 (Thursday)
Elementary-Fourth Marking Period--- -- -- -- -------- 53 days
Secondary and College-Second Semester.-- --- ----92 days
Commencement, Secondary and College
Last day for teachers. J-------------------June 4, 1976 (Friday)
Days scheduled for students - - --------- --------180
Days scheduled for teachers ----------- ---------- 183


first to the main office of the Elec-
trical Division for processing and
then to the Electrical Branch of
the Engineering Division for eval-
uation.
Implementation of the directive
which brought about the survey
will produce noteworthy tangible
benefits in the form of reduced
energy consumption. Engineer
Francisco SiA of the Electrical Di-
vision, who reviews the data ob-
tained, points out that, since re-
moval of two tubes in each light-
ing fixture would save about $3.75
a year, carrying this out in each
of the 80 fixtures in the main offi-
ces of the Electrical Division alone
would produce an estimated annual
savings of $300.


Waterway Is 61

Years Old Today
Today marks 61 years since the
Panama Canal began serving inter-
national commerce.
The Canal officially was inaugu-
rated August 15,' 1914, when the
vessel Ancon, the old cement car-
rier of Canal construction days,
made her first official transit of the
waterway. Aboard were a number
of personages of the day, including
Dr. Belisario Porras, the President
of the Republic of Panama.
As a matter of curiosity, Col.
George Goethals, the man who di-
rected and was most responsible
for the successful completion of
the Canal, was not aboard. Prep-
ared for any possible emergency.
Colonel Goethals followed the epic
transit from land; first from the
Atlantic gateway, where the transit
began, then from Gatun Locks, to
Pedro Miguel and Miraflores, fol-
lowing the transit through Culebra
Cut, as Gaillard Cut was known
at that time.
Happily, there were no prob-
lems during that first transit, and
since then more than 400,000 ves-
sels from all the world's nations
have carried in their holds a mul-
titude of goods, destined for the
far covers of the globe.
The myriad cargoes that have
gone through the Canal, in addi-
tion to the major commodities,
have ranged from small boats
aboard ships and drydocks that
have had to be put on their sides
to fit through the lock chambers,
to animals for the zoos of the
world. Merchant vessels of almost
every nation, battleships and car-
riers and the hospital ship HOPE,
which has taken medical help to
many parts of the world, have
been part of the passing parade of
ships transiting the waterway.
From the beginning, improve-
ments have been made continu-
ously to upgrade its effectiveness.
Gaillard Cut has been widened
from 300 feet to 500 feet, the
channel has been deepened per-
mitting a minimum draft of 38
feet. Lighting has been installed
along both sides of Gaillard Cut
and at the entrances of the Canal
permitting ships to transit 24 hours
a day, every day of the year.


Survey Shows


There's Room for More


Savings on Energy Here


Gft of the Panama Canal Museum


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THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


(Schedule subject to change without notice)


FRIDAY, AUGUST 15
3:00-Sesame Street
4:00-The Monkees
4:30-Cartoon Carnival
4:50-General Hospital
5:10-The Rifleman (Last show)
5:35-Jackpot
6:00-Dateline
6:40-Julia
7:05-Bonanza
8:00-Modismos en Espaiiol
8:05-Hot I Baltimore (Color)
8:30-The Odd Couple (Color)
9:00-Focus on Today (Color)
9:20-Movie: "Evel Knievel" (Color)
10:50-Fight of the Week (Color)
11:40-Burke's Law
SATURDAY, AUGUST 16
12:00-Penelope's Parlor (Color)
12:30-Special Featurette: "Trees" (Color)
12:40-Abbott and Costello (Color)
1:05-Laff Movie
1:25-Kitchenette
1:40-College All-Star Football (Color)
4:00-Pro Bowlers Tour (Color)
5:10-Lucky Jim (Color)
5:30-Texas Wheelers (Color)
6:00-Weekend '75
6:15-Bridget Loves Bernie
6:40-Good Times (Color) (Last show)
7:05-Mary Tyler Moore (Color)
7:30-Evil Touch (Color)
8:00-Qud Pasa?
8:05-Variety Special: "The Ed Sullivan
Years"
9:00-Focus on Today (Color)
9:20-SCN Special of the Week:
"The Summer of '65"
10:30-Creature Feature:
"Billy the Kid vs. Dracula" (Color)
11:45-The Thin Man
SUNDAY, AUGUST 17
12:00-Norman Vincent Peale (Color)
12:30-Music and the Spoken Word
1:00-Sacred Heart
1:15-Look Up and Live
1:40-Double Feature Movie:
"Captain From Castile" and
"Fair Warning"
5:10-The Reasoner Report (Color)
5:35-Information Special:
"NBC News: Helsinki Summit"
(Color)
6:00-Chronicle (Color)
6:40-Last of the Wild (Color)
7:05-Carol Burnett Show
8:00-Qud Pasa? (Color)
8:05-Perry Mason
9:00-Focus on Today (Color)
9:20-Movie: "Captain Apache"
(Color) (Adult)
10:50-The Tonight Show (Color)
MONDAY, AUGUST 18
3:00-Sesame Street
4:00-The Monkees




^AT THE
' Beginning Friday.,
BALBOA (Air-Conditioned)
Fri., 6:15, 8:05-The Boatniks (SIT) (G)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00-Satanic Rites of
Dracula (SIT) (PG)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 10:00 a.m.-Seven Faces of
Dr. Lao (SIT) (G)
Sun. Jr. Mat., 12:30-Legend of Custer (G)
Sat.-Sun., 2:30, 6:15, 8:05-Mon., 6:15,
8:05-S.P.Y.S. (SIT) (PG)
Wed., 6:15, 8:00-Jenny (SIT) (PG)
Thurs., 6:15, 8:20-American Graffiti
(SIT) (PG)
COCO. SOLO (Air-Conditioned)
Please note:
Coco Solo Theater is closed for the
installation of new equipment.
RAINBOW CITY'
(Air-Conditioned)
Fri.-Sat.-CLOSED
Sun.-Vampire Circus (SIT) (PG)
Mon.-The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing
(SIT) (PG)
Tues.-Gone With the Wind (G)
Wed.-The Salzburg Connection (PG)
Thurs.-Trouble Man and The Seven Minutes
(R)
MARGARITA*
Fri.-The Wizard of Oz (G)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00-The Mummy's
Shroud (G)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Doctor Dolittle
(SIT) (G)
Sat.-Duel at Diablo (SIT) (G)
Sun. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Atlantis, the Lost
Continent (G)
Sun.-Rosebud (PG)
Mon.-Man on a Swing (SIT) (PG)
Tues.-The Rain People (PG)
Wed.-The Great White Hope (SIT) (PG)
Thurs Jennifer on My Mind (R)


4:30-Cartoon Carnival
4:50-General Hospital
5:10-Three Passports to Adventure
5:35-Truth or Consequences
6:00-Dateline (Color)
6:40-Let's Make a Deal
7:05-The Lieutenant
8:00-Modismos en Espaiol (Color)
8:05-Love American Style (Color)
9:00-Focus on Today (Color)
9:20-Monday Night Baseball:
Pittsburgh vs. St. Louis (Color)
11:05-The Unexpected
TUESDAY, AUGUST 19
3:00-Make a Wish
3:30-Electric Company
4:00-The Monkees
4:25-Animal World (Color)
4:50-General Hospital
5:10-Jack La Lanne
5:35-The New Price Is Right
6:00-Dateline (Color)
6:40-The French Chef
7:05 Shane (Color)
8:00-Qu6 Pasa? (Color)
8:05-Information Special: "ABC News
Close-Up: IRS-Question of
Power" (Color)
9:00-Focus on Today (Color)
9:20-Movie: "End of the Road"
10:35-Mike Douglas
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20
3:00-Sesame Street
4:00-The Monkees
4:30 Cartoon Carnival
4:50-General Hospital
5:10--The Silent Service
5:35-The $10,000 Pyramid
6:00-Dateline (Color)
6:40 Password (Color)
7:05-The Defenders
8:00-Modismos en Espaiol (Color)
8:05-Sandy Duncan (Color) (Premiere)
8:30-Evil Touch (Color)
9:00-Focus on Today (Color)
9:20-Movie: "A Jolly Bad Fellow"
(Adult)
10:55-The Tonight Show
TIIURSDAY, AUGUST 21
3:00-Magic Land of Alakazam
3:30-Electric Company
4:00-The Monkees
4:25-Wild Kingdom (Color)
4:50-General Hospital
5:10-The Wacky World of Jonathan
Winters (Last show)
5:35-Now You See It
6:00-Dateline (Color)
6:40-Dating Game
7:05-Burke's Law
8:00--ud Pasa?
8:05-The Smothers Brothers (Color)
9:00-Focus on Today (Color)
9:20-Movie: "Duel of Fire"
10:45-All-Star Wrestling (Color)





August 15, 1975
GATUN MINITHEATER"
(Air-Conditioned)
Fri., 7:00-Sat. Jr. Mat., 2:00-The
Honeymoon Machine (G)
Sat. High Plains Drifter (R)
Sun. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Ride the Wild Surf
(G)
Sun.-Jeremiah Johnson (PG)
Mon.-Tues.-Wed.-Thurs.-CLOSED

GAMBOA"
F.I.--Now You See Him, Now You Don't
(SIT) (G)
Friday Owl Show, 9:30-The Omega Man
(PG)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 6:15-The Biscuit Eater
(SIT) (G)
Sat., 8:15-Bandolero (G)
Sun.-Report to the Commissioner (PG)
Mon. CLOSED
Tues.-Westworld (SIT) (PG)
Wed.-Daisy Miller (SIT) (G)
Thurs.--CLOSED

PARAISO"
Fri.Sat.-CLOSED
Sun.-Cool Breeze and Screaming Target
(SIT) (R)
Mon.-Report to the Commissioner (PG)
Tues-CLOSED
Wed.-Westworld (SIT) (PG)
Thurs -CLOSED
'All night shows begin at 7:00 except as
shown. All shows are post meridiem time ex-
cept as shown. Program subject to change.
FILM SUITABILITY GUIDE: G-All ages ad-
mitted. General audience. PG-Parental
guidance suggested, some material may
not be suited for preteenagers. R-Re-
stricted. Persons under 17 not admitted un-
less accompanied by parent or legal guard-
ian X-Persons under 17 not admitted.
SIT-Indicates Spanish Titles.


Four out of five of the Canal Zone's most promising
young golfers, from left, Kelvin Bowen, 16; Mike
McShane, 17; John Boman, 12; and Mike Gliechman,
16; played in the Miracle Strip Tournament, Panama
City, Fla. last week. On Tuesday of this week, they
teed off in the Future Masters Tournament in Dothan,
Ala. They earned their chance to play in the States'
tournaments by winning in their age groups in the


Parents Play Big Part


In Health Team EFForts


The success of the Canal Zone
School Health Program requires
the joint efforts of the school
health team and the students'
parents. .
A school health nurse with the
support of the school physician,
school dentist and, if required,
specialists from Canal Zone hos-
pitals make up the school health
team.
The program includes care for
injuries or illness that occur at
school, consultation with parents
and teachers about students' health
problems, health screening pro-
grams and health education.
Care at school is limited to rest
for a minor illness and first aid for
a small accident but parents are
informed by phone of medical
problems so that care may be ar-
ranged with the family physician.
If a student is seriously injured
or becomes severely ill and parents


Feature W writing Course

Begins Aug. 26 at CZC
An accelerated course in journal-
ism will be offered at Canal Zone
College this fall, starting August 26
and running through October 24.
The 9-week course, titled feature
writing, is scheduled after working
hours, 4:40 to 6:05 p.m., Monday
through Thursday. Credit is offered
for 3 semester hours.
Students in this class produce
the news andl feature page which
appears each Sunday in the Star &
Heral d. In addition to writing the
stories, students handle every as-
pect of producing the page includ-
ing laying it out, writing the head-
lines, and even going to the Star
& Ilerald plant to read proof.
Classroom discussion deals with
practical as well as theoretical as-
pects of contemporary newspaper-
work. No writing experience is
required, but students should have
a lively interest in people and
events in their community.
Registration can be completely
at the College through August 25.
For more information call the Col-
lege at 52-:3107 or the instructor,
lo( c Cuanel. at 52-5157.


1975 Junior Amateur Tournament sponsored by the
Panama Amateur Golf Association. Top winner of
the tournament, Steve Waggoner, 16, was already in
the States when this photograph was taken. While in
Dothan, the boys are staying in the homes of former
Canal Zone residents. Steve's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert E. Waggoner, of Margarita, are accompanying
the golfers on the trip.


Search for Artifacts

Now Being Conduted

In Portobelo Area
Dr. Sidney Wignall, director of
the Atlantic Charter Maritime Ar-
cheological Foundation of Panama
is conducting an authorized ar-
cheological salvage" operation for
artifacts in the vicinity of Porto-
belo.
The Guardia Nacional will main-
tain surveillance over the area from
Buenaventura Cove to Salmedina
Reef, north to the islands known
as the Three Sisters.
Visitors to the area are asked to
cooperate with the expedition, and
divers will be stopped and ques-
tioned to assure that no one in-
terferes: with the official search.
Anyone removing artifacts from
the area will be subject to arrest.

Balboa High School
Student Orientation
Is Subject of TV Show
Jackie Johnson, president of the
Balboa High School Student As-
sociation, will be the guest on
SCN-TV's 5cQu6 Pasa? tomorrow
night.
Jackie will be interviewed on
plans for the association's annual
orientation day for sophomores
and new students.
Orientation Day speeches and
tours will begin at 9 a.m., Au-
gust 21, in the high school audi-
torium and end with refreshments
in the school cafeteria.
ciQue Pasa?-a 5-minute inter-
view show-goes on the air at
8 p.m.

EMERGENCY NUMBERS
POLICE 110
FIRI: __119
PHYSICIAN (Pacific) 52-2300
PIIYSICIAN (Atlantic) 3-1211


cannot be located, the child will
be sent to the hospital for emer-
gency care. There is no charge for
ambulance service to Gorgas or
Coco Solo Hospital.
While the school health staff
coordinates its efforts toward
health maintenance with the stu-
dent, parents and family doctors,
parents can assist by-
. .keeping children at home
if they show signs of illness,
. . . calling the school if the
student must be home for more
than a few days,
S . . having a doctor write a
note if a child is unable to take
part in sports or physical educa-
tion because of an injury or illness
stating what the student is unable
to do and how long the disability
will last, and
. . . notifying the school nurse
or one of the counselors if a child
must take medication during school
hours. The nurse should be given
the name of the medicine and
times when it should be taken so
it can be kept in the school clinic
and taken there.
The school nurse is always will-
ing to talk with parents about a
student's health problems and a
visit to the school clinic by parents
is always welcome.

PC Model Hours Cut
In order to reduce costs, the
topographical model of the Pan-
ama Canal at the Civil Affairs
Building will be open only from
10 a.m. to 12 noon and from 2 to
4 p.m., Monday through Saturday,
cflective Monday, August 25.


Panama Canca Spillway

.I�x olI. 1. PA IT R iiHCiHio I,. HUNT cIFANK A. BALDWIN
Goccrnor of the Canal Zone Lieutenant Governor Information Officer
Tll-: P\IxIMa CANAL SPILLWAY is an official publication of ie Panama
Canal, IBallboa lights, C.Z. All articles are availal)le to news media and
ima bIe reprinted without further clearance. SI'i.iWAY material should
arrive at the Panama Canal Press Office no later thaIn i p.m., Molda,.
the week of publication. Only urgent material c(an be accepted( as late as
noorin Tuesdal. Distributed free to all Panamai Canal c mpilo)es. Sub-
scriptions cost 84 for students ad S6 for other. \Aiiimail subscriptions
cost 8'19 a \car. Make checks payable teo Plani a Canal Company and
address to: Chief, Adlinistrative Services Division, P.O. Box M.
Balboa Heights, C.Z.


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August 15, 1975







August 15, 1975


THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


35 More


Retire From


Canal in July

An additional group of 35 Canal
employees, 8 of whom are U.S.
citizens, retired in July. Their
names, positions, places of em-
ployment and total years of U.S.
Government service follow:
Miss Ernestina Acosta, Laborer, Supply Di-
vision, Atlantic side: 5 years 7 months
25 days.
Mrs. Lucinda M. Alleyne, Cash Clerk, Supply
Division, Atlantic side: 34 years 4 months
18 days.
Cecil T. Austin, Welder Helper, Locks Divi-
sion, Atlantic side: 30 years 5 months
27 days.
Belfield A. Burnett, Laborer, Supply Divi-
sion, Pacific side: 12 years 11 months
27 days.
Jorge A. Colunje, Laborer, Community Serv-
ices Division, Pacific side: 20 years
6 months 3 days.
Robert H. Crane, Crane and Elevator Repair
Inspector, Industrial Division, Atlantic
side: 24 years 9 months 26 days.
Norman M. Currier, Pilot, Transit Opera-
tions Division, Atlantic side: 33 years
8 months 25 days.
Herbert B. Dwyer, Food Service Worker
Leader, Gorgas Hospital, Pacific side:
33 years 4 months 18 days.
Harry C. Egolf, Deputy Director, Supply and
Community Service Bureau, Office of Di-
vision, Pacific side: 42 years.
Allan A. Faulkner, Janitor Leader, Commu-
nity Services Division, Pacific side: 45
years 3 months 13 days.
Carlos A. G6mez, Seaman, Dreadging Divi-
Pacific side: 29 years 9 months 6 days.
Pascual G6ndola C., Linehandler, Locks Di-
vision, Atlantic side: 18 years 6 months
24 days.
Cleveland A. Johnson, Janitor Leader, Com-
munity Services Division, Pacific side:
37 years 11 days.
Miss Evelina Jones, Sales Store Checker,
Supply Division, Atlantic side: 33 years
7 months 2 days.
Catalino Lapez, Electric an (High Voltage),
Electrical Division, Pacific side: 34 years
9 months 2 days.
John J. McConaghy, Supervisory Quality In-
spection Specialist, Division of Store-
houses, Pacific side: 41 years 25 days.
Wilford B. McQueen, Meatcutter Leader,
Supply Division, Pacific side: 34 years
6 months 14 days.
Miss Emily E. Butcher, Supervisor of Music,
Latin American Schools, Division of
Schools, Pacific side: 36 years 4 days.
Martin M. Mendoza, Store Worker, Supply
Division, Pacific side: 32 years 8 months
18 days.
Luis R. Murillo C., Cement Worker, Locks
Division, Atlantic side: 30 years 2 months
9 days.
Sabino Pinilla L., Stevedore, Terminals Di-
vision, Atlantic side: 24 years 3 months
9 days.
Harvey G. Rhyne, Chief, Probation Officer,
Probation and Parole Unit, Pacific side:
39 years 2 months 23 days.
Fulgencio Salazar M., Laborer, Supply Divi-
(Continued on p. 4)


Winners and runners-up display trophies they won in the 1-week tournament that
R climaxed a month of tennis classes. Players 16 and under were eligible to par-
RadCket ticipate in the tournament, sponsored by the Recreation Services Office of the
Civil Affairs Bureau as part of its tennis instruction program. Tim Connor and
Patsy Austin, standing, left, were instructors for the classes, offered for adult
qU ad beginners as well as beginning, intermediate and advanced players aged 16 and
under. At right is C. H. Raybourn, Recreation Services Officer.


Belly Dancing Course

Is Offered at USO-J
Registration is open at the
USO-J, La Boca Road, Balboa, for
a 4-month course in Middle East-
ern (or belly) dancing for adults.
Classes will meet for an hour every
Tuesday at 5 p.m. and will con-
sist of isolation and warm-up exer-
cises in accordance with the Serena
System of instruction, and dancing
for fun. Further information can
be obtained by calling the USO-J
at 52-5972, or stop in at the
Center for a descriptive brochure.

Junior League Gridders
To Kick Off Season
The Canal Zone Junior Football
League reminds football fans that
the gridiron season in the Canal
Zone begins with the first game on
September 5.
Support the league by buying
season tickets from any of the
players or cheerleaders. Booster
tickets are $1.


48.00
4.50


S.


At the Balboa housewares section, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Keegan,
of Diablo Heights, admire the reproductions of the four E. J. Read
paintings of Panama and the Canal which are on sale there and at the
Coco Solo housewares in benefit of the United Way. Sold in sets of two,
each set costs $8, $6 of which will go to the United Way. The original
paintings hang in the Governor's House.


Latin American History


To Be Offered by FSU


Florida State University, Pacific
side, will offer a course in The
History of Latin America: The
Colonial Period (History 345) dur-
ing the fall quarter, which runs
from August 28 through Octo-
ber 22. The course is the first of
three in a survey of Latin Amer-
ican history from the days of
Spanish and Portuguese colonial
days to the present.
Registration in the course is
open to all.
The History of Latin America:
The Colonial Period will provide
an overview of the three centuries
of Spanish and Portuguese colonial
rule in America.
The Isthmus of Panama will
come in for its full share of atten-
tion as the site of the earliest
settlement colony on the American
continents and a region that was
strategically and commercially im-
portant to the Spanish Empire for
more than two centuries.
Dr. Oakah L. Jones, Adjunct
Professor of History, will teach the
course, with the expected partici-
pation of guest lecturers. Dr. Jones
obtained his master of arts and
doctor of philosophy degrees in
history at the University of Okla-
homa in 1960 and 1964, respec-
tively. Formerly Director of Latin
American Studies and Chairman of


Bridge Club To Hold

Charity Tournament
The Tradewinds Duplicate Bridge
Club will hold a two-session open
pairs charity tournament at the
Fort Gulick Officers Club, Au-
gust 24.
The first session will begin at
1 p.m., and the second session will
start at 6 p.m. All bridge players
in Panama and the Canal Zone are
invited to attend. Information nmay
be obtained by calling Rose Al-
virez at 89-3711 or Richard Bock
at 4.3-6703.


Latin American History courses at
the U.S. Air Force Academy, he is
the author of several books on
Latin American and Spanish Bor-
derlands history. He is a lieutenant
colonel in the U.S. Air Force and
currently serves as Chief of Plans
and Programs at the Inter-Amer-
ican Air Forces Academy.
Registration will be held at the
FSU offices, Building 808, Al-
brook AFS, on Tuesday, August 26,
and Wednesday, August 27, only.
Those interested may call FSU at
86-2438 or 86-5270 for more in-
formation.


Clark Elected


President of


Army Assn.

Charles R. Clark, Transporta-
tion and Terminals Director, has
been elected president of the Isth-
mian Chapter of the Association
of U.S. Army (AUSA).
The new chairman of the board
is George II. Urban, the outgoing
president who is Chief, Manage-
ment Division, Executive Planning
Staff.
Other members elected to the
board are Command Sgt. Maj.
Raymond H. Upp, Jr., first vice
president; Thomas E. Haney, sec-
ond vice president for programs;
Maj. Weldon W. Dickson, secre-
tary; Richard Wilde, treasurer;
Fred Cotton, West Point chair-
man; Davis Stevenson, membership
chairman; Rudy Haeussler, public-
ity chairman; Bert Joyce, special
projects chairman; Command Sgt.
Maj. J. D. Corbett, Atlantic repre-
sentative and Sgt. Maj. B. Barber,
board member.
In one of his last official acts
as president, Urban hosted a fare-
well luncheon for the outgoing
commander in chief, U..S.'Southern
Command, Gen. William B. Ros-
son who retired after 35 years of
military service. Attending the
luncheon were Gen. Walter T.
Kerwin, Vice Chief of Staff, U.S.
Army; Canal Zone Gov. Harold
H. Parfitt; Maj. Gen..William R.
Richardson, commander of the
193d Infantry Brigade (Canal
Zone); plus numerous other Pan-
ama Canal and military community
high-ranking officials.
To become an AUSA member,
contact any board member or any
sergeant major in the 193d In-
fantry Brigade (Canal Zone).
One of the coming events hosted
by the local AUSA will be a
luncheon in honor of Lt. Gen.
Dennis P. McAuliffe, the new
commander in chief, U.S. Southern
Command. The luncheon will be
held at the Fort Amador Officers'
Open Mess at 11:30 a.m., Au-
gust 21. Everyone in the Canal
Zone community is invited.


Volunteer students who participated in the Division of Schools summer
recreation program for exceptional children pose with "Jingles" the
clown (Everett Powell) at the end of the play put on by the children
for their parents and friends with the help of the students. The volun-
teer students who worked with the handicapped children are Elsie
Moses, Patty Givonetti, Carmen Wanner, Becky Wolf, Cherly Allen,
Mike Rosser, Melanic Trim, Nan Sullivan, Dchbie Connor, Paula Bar-
rett, Suzanne Andrews, Margie Fehrenback and Taryn Haynes and
Tammy McCoy, who do not appear in the picture. During the 6-week
program, the volunteers provided supervision of the children's activi-
ties which included arts and crafts, dancing, excursions, boating, parties,
games and sports, train rides, picnics, movies and other fun doings.


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THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


August 15, 1975


. X1



The Goodwin Jazz Quintet will appear in concert at 8 p.m., August 22,
at the Camara de Comercio in Panama City. Tickets for the concert are
on sale at the Centro Cultural Panameiio Norteamericano (CEPA) and
the United States Information Service (USIS). The CAmara de Comercio
is located at Avenida Cuba and Calle 34 in Panama City.


Clinton Street

Realinement

Is Progressing

Work is progressing rapidly on
the realinement of Clinton Street
which is one part of the first phase
in the present Canal Zone traffic
improvement program.
The realinement of the street
where it passes between the Bal-
boa Retail Store annex and the
Balboa Stadium involves moving
the street to the north. This will
increase the capacity of the hold-
ing lane for vehicles turning left
from Roosevelt Avenue onto Bal-
boa Road, and will improve the
movement of vehicles turning be-
tween Roosevelt Avenue and Clin-
ton Street.
When the realinement work is
completed, the parking areas on
both sides of the street will be
improved.
Clinton Street will be restricted
to one-way traffic, from Roosevelt
Avenue toward the Balboa Retail
Store, until the construction work
in the area is completed.


RETIRES
(Continued from p. 3)
sion, Atlantic side: 14 years 7 months
6 days.
Joseph Silverman, Supervisory Pharmacist,
Gorgas Hospital, Pacific side: 19 years
9 months 16 days.
Alejandro Solanilla, Food Service Worker,
Gorgas Hospital, Pacific side: 31 years
9 months 6 days.
David Tait, Maintenanceman, Maintenance
Division, Atlantic side: 35 years 11 months
18 days.
Miss Sergia Tui6n, Food Service Worker,
Supply Division, Pacific side: 31 years
10 months 28 days.
Anastacio Villaverde, Stevedore, Terminals
Division, Atlantic side: 30 years 1 month
13 days.
Juan M. Vinueza T., Medical Technician,
Gorgas Hospital, Pacific side: 30 years
5 months 29 days.
Lawrence C. Waithe, Forklift Operator, Sup-
ply Division, Atlantic side: 40 years
1 month 29 days.
Florentino Waytoti, Laborer, Supply Divi-
sion, Atlantic side: 33 years 11 months
4 days.
Alfred G. Williams, Oiler, Ports Division,
Atlantic side: 33 years 10 months 17
days.
Wade V. Carter, Jr., Locks Locomotive Oper-
ator, Locks Division, Pacific side: 27 years
4 months 2 days.
Miss Maymie R. Edwards, Teacher (Elemen-
tary-U.S. Schools), Division of Schools,
Pacific side: 22 years 10 months 27 days.
Miss Syslyn F. Facey, Sales Store Checker,
Supply Division, Pacific side: 33 years
7 months 28 days.


Rehabilitation
(Continued from p. 1)
defeating consequences of alco-
holic drinking fresh in his mind.
A participant's family is also part
of the program. The team talks to
the husband or wife when an em-
ployee is admitted, and some
spouses continue with counseling
sessions.
Family members often are in-
volved in important treatment deci-
sions as when the discontinuance
of Antabuse is under consideration.
Once in treatment and back on
the job, the participant is expected
to produce like any other worker.
The staff emphasizes to employee
and supervisor alike that the pro-
gram is designed not to protect
alcoholics from the consequences
of irresponsible behavior but to
enable them to stop drinking and
cope with life.
The Alcoholic Rehabilitation
Program deals with a different
kind of alcoholic from the one
who usually participates in Alco-
holics Anonymous. The AA mem-
ber is more self-motivated. He
knows he has a drinking problem,
while the employee referred to the
Alcoholic Rehabilitation Program
frequently does not believe he is
an alcoholic.
The program staff collaborates
with Alcoholics Anonymous, the
Gorgas Psychiatric Clinic, military
agencies and others who treat or
deal with alcoholics.
Participants in the program are
encouraged to become involved
with AA, and AA groups hold
meetings for inpatients.
H. Robin Mills, M.D. is Chief
of the Alcoholic Rehabilitation
Program. Other staff members are
Mrs. Donna Larson, R.N. psy-
chiatric nurse; Jack H. Tinnin,
ACSW, clinical social worker;
James Archibold and Reginald
Sandiford, nursing assistants; and
Ricardo Iglesias, clerk. R. M. S.
de Arboleda, M.D. is director of
the Canal Zone Mental Health
Center.
Supervisors or employees may
obtain further information about
the Alcoholic Rehabilitation Pro-
gram by calling Jack Tinnin at
52-3919 or Dr. Andries de Boer,
Chief, Industrial Health Branch,
52-7713.

Balboa YMCA Programs
Registration is now open for the
following courses at the "Y":
Yoga, August 19; Adult Tap Dance,
August 20; Transactional Analysis
101, August 20-30; Saturday Swim,
August 30; and Sewing and Dress
Design, September 2.


The skewered dumpster above shows what happened when someone
threw an old iron rail in the trash container. To prevent such costly
damage to trash collection equipment, Grounds Maintenance officials
are making an urgent plea to the general public to refrain from throwing
large metal objects in the trash bins. Trash containers are for the
disposal of paper, flattened cardboard boxes, and other "dry" trash that
will not cut or otherwise damage the equipment used to collect it. Old
air-conditioners, refrigerators, washers and other large items which res-
idents want to get rid off should be placed at curb side or beside the
trash container where they will be picked up by a special trash truck.


C.Z. College Offers

Machine Shorthand
The Business Department of the
Canal Zone College again will
offer Beginning Machine Short-
hand, BA 117, in the fall semester
which begins August 26. This
course covers the basic theory, in-
cluding abbreviated words, phrase
building, and the rapid reading of
machine shorthand plates.
Some of the compact shorthand
machines are available for rent
from the College Bookstore. The
classes will meet 2 nights a week,
Tuesday and Thursdays, 4:40 p.m.
until 6:40 p.m.
Registration is now in progress.
Because of the limited number
available for rental, it is very im-
portant to reserve a shorthand
machine now. For a machine and
a place in class, telephone Mrs.
Marvella Balmas in the College
Bookstore, 52-3107, any weekday
after 9 a.m.


Despedida Is Planned
For Mrs. Ellen Johnson
Friends of Mrs. Ellen E. John-
son are invited to attend a retire-
ment party in her honor to be
held at 6:30 p.m., August 30, at
the Rodman Officers' Club.
Reservations may be made with
Mrs. H. G. Rhyne (telephone 52-
3845 or 52-6753) or Mrs. Evelyn
Koperski (telephone 83-3661 or
52-5943).
Mrs. Johnson grew up in the
Canal Zone and retired July 30
with 31 years 4 months U.S. Gov-
ernment service. She was em-
ployed as secretary of the Los Rios
Elementary School since that
school opened in 1960. Previous
service was with the Housing Offi-
ces in Cristobal and Balboa, the
General Manager's Office of the
Commissary Division at Mount
Hope and the Panama Canal
Printing Plant at Mount Hope.
She and her husband, William
E., will make their home in Santee,
Calif.


CANAL ZONE GOVERNMENT-PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
PERSONNEL BUREAU

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


PERMANENT POSITIONS Base Rate
Biological Technician NM-9 (Knowledge of oil pollution,
enforcement and control, Marine Biology and English)__$12,417.60
Clerk-Typist NM-31 (Part-Time NTE 30 hours)
(Bilingual: English and Spanish) --_ __ -- ____--- __ _$2.34
Clinical Nurse NM-5/7 (Shift work)--____ ___$8,819.20/$10,545.60
General Engineer NM-11 __. -----.------------ ____$14,913.60
Guard NM-2/3 (Part-Time NTE 30 hours) (Female)_ _-$2.06/$2.34
Guard NM-4 -------------- ___ _ _.___- _ $7,446.40
Nurse Anesthetist NM-9/11
(On call duty required) __--- -_____ $12,417.60/$14,914.60
Pilot-in-Training CP-1 (First 40 hours) ____ ______$17,264.00
Staffing Clerk NM-4 (Bilingual: English/Spanish) - __.. .$7,446.40
Messenger (Motor Vehicle Operator) NM-2
(Driver's license required)-__________________..____$4,284.80
TEMPORARY POSITIONS
Clerk-Typist NM-4 (Not to exceed 6 months) --__ $7,446.40
Dressing Room Attendant NM-2 (Male)
(Not to exceed 1 year) -__--_.__ ._____.____. $4,284.80
Laborer MG-3 (Not to exceed 1 year) - ____-- __$2.03
Laborer MG-2 (Not to exceed 1 year) _- ____ ___$2.01
Recreation Assistant NM-4 (Part-Time NTE 30 hours)
(Not to exceed 1 year) __________. ___________ $3.58
Recreation Assistant NM-4 (Part-Time NTE 30 hours)
(Not to exceed 1 year) (Water Safety Instructor
Certificate required) ----______-____ ________$3.58


Division tion cies

Dredging A 1

Personnel A 1
Health A-P 1-1
Maintenance P 1
Police A 1
Canal Protec. P 1


Coco Solo Hos. A
Transit A
C. Emp. Off. P

Adm. Serv. P

Ex. Plan. Staff P


Schools
Electrical
Com. Serv.

Schools


Schools P


45 CARS



BALBO A R O


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


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Mc.s de 60 Afios al Servicio del Comercio Mundial


Spillway del Canal de Panama


Viernes 15 de Agosto de 1975


Vol. XIV, No. 7


CEPA Presenta

/5' de Jazz

El Viernes 22
El Centro Cultural Panameiio
Norteamericano anuncia para el
viernes 22 de agosto un gran con-
cierto por el Quinteto de Jazz de
Dick Goodwin. La funci6n comen-
zarA a as 8 p.m., en el Auditorio
de la CAmara de Comercio, Indus-
trias y Agricultura, situado en la
esquina de Avenida Cuba y Ave-
nida Ecuador.
El Quinteto de Jazz de Dick
Goodwin viene a PanamA, prece-
dido de bien merecida fama, que
ha adquirido no s61o en los Esta-
dos Unidos, donde se ha presen-
tado en infinidad de lugares, lo-
grando siempre rotundos exitos,
sino en Sur Amirica. Precisamen-
te el grupo viene de cumplir gira
por Sur AmCrica, donde lo han es-
cuchado multitudes que en oca-
siones han sumado various miles.
En Lima, las presentaciones del
Conjunto de Jazz de Dick Good-
win alcanzaron 6xito extraordina-
rio. Cada sesi6n fue presenciada
por mis 7,000 personas, para un
total de 35,000 en las cinco pre-
sentaciones que efectu6. Dichas
cifras fueron calculadas por con-
servadores critics de arte de la
Ciudad de los Virreyes.
Los 6xitos de este quinteto se
comprenden, cuando se consider
que tres de sus integrantes no s61o
son mdsicos y compositores, sino
profesores de m6sica en prestigio-
sas universidades de los Estados
Unidos. Goodwin, el director, es
pianist y trompetista consumado,
ademAs de professor universitario y
compositor de fama.
Frank Thornton, que toca el
saxof6n y la flauta, es tambien un
magnifico cantante. Jim Mings, el
guitarrista, es professor, poeta y
compositor. Jim Hall, a cargo de
la bacteria, es professor de percu-
si6n en la Universidad Surocci-
dental de Texas. El contrabajo est6
a cargo de David Solan, muisico de
fama reconocida.
En su gira por seis paises latino-
americanos, el quinteto interpret
una selecci6n de las composicio-
nes favorites del gran Duke Elling-
ton, entire las que se encuentran
"Satin Doll", "Mood Indigo", "Per-
dido" y "Take a Train." Todas
estas composiciones son conside-
radas clAsicas del jazz norteame-
ricano.
La inica presentaci6n que ten-
drA en PanamA este famoso con-
junto comenzarA exactamente a las
8 p.m. El precio de entrada sera
(Continda en la pdgina 4)


Y Sigue Eficiente


'I- -


- w"' Ahorro de Energia


Suprime Iluminaci6n


Innecesaria el Canal


1P S




AHORRO DE ENERGIA
Charles Roth-Roffy pasa un tubo fluorescent a Vicente Morgan, en el
desarrollo de las guias orientadas a eliminar tubos en oficinas de la em-
presa del Canal hasta alcanzar los limits estrictamente necesarios, como
part de la campafia de ahorro de energia. Tanto Roth-Roffy como
Morgan son aprendices del tercer afio.


El Club Crossroads


Ofrecera Exposicion


El Club Crossroads de coleccio-
nistas de monedas estA organizan-
do una exposici6n de monedas el
pr6ximo 19 de septiembre en el
Club de Veteranos en Curund6.
Como atracci6n especial, el club
rifarA entire los asistentes 15 pre-
mios que consistent en monedas del
tamafio de una corona.
Algunas de las exhibiciones que
se presentarAn en la ocasi6n in-
cluyen medallas; monedas y estam-
pillas bicentenarias; emisiones de
la Organizaci6n de las Naciones
Unidas para la Alimentaci6n y la
Agriculture; series de las Olim-
piadas del CanadA, colecciones de


monedas emitidas por la Franklin
Mint, y colecciones de monedas de
PanamA, El Salvador, Mexico, Re-
publica Dominicana y CanadA.
Tambien se tendrin en demostra-
ci6n monedas y billetes falsifica-
dos, presentados por la Policia de
la Zona del Canal.
Se distribuirin durante la expo-
sici6n, que estarA abierta de 9 a.m.
a 5 p.m., noticieros del Club Cross-
roads y peri6dicos numismAticos.
Miembros del referido club de
coleccionistas de monedas tendrin
mesas dispuestas durante la expo-
sici6n, en las que intercambiarin
material numismAtico.


Los informes preliminaries lo-
grados en un studio que se hizo
para verificar y ajustar los niveles
de iluminaci6n direct en todos los
edificios de la Compania del Canal
de Panama y del Gobierno de la
Zona del Canal (con exclusion de
las residencias), indican que toda-
via existe margen para hacer ma-
yores reducciones en el consume
de energia.
El studio, que fue llevado a
cabo por instrucciones del Vice-
gobernador Richard L. Hunt, obe-
dece a 6rdenes de la Administra-
ci6n Federal de Energia, en las
que se especifica que debe redu-
cirse el consume de energia, en lo
que se refiere a iluminaci6n, qui-
tando lAmparas que no sean esen-
ciales y aplicando normas no uni-
formes de iluminaci6n en los ac-
tuales sistemas de alumbrado. Di-
chas instrucciones incluyen pautas
para la iluminaci6n de los sitios de
trabajo (un escritorio, por ejemplo),
en Areas de trabajo (el Area alre-
dedor del escritorio) y de Areas
donde no se trabaja, tales como los
corredores.
De acuerdo con las nuevas pau-
tas, la iluminaci6n direct que se
recomienda, durante las horas nor-
males de trabajo, es de aproxima-
damente 50 pies-bujias en los si-
tios de trabajo; 30 pies-bujias en
las Areas de trabajo, y 10 pies-
bujias (en ningun caso, menos de
1 pie-bujia), en las Areas donde no
se trabaja. Un "pie-bujia" es una
unidad estAndar utilizada para me-
dir la cantidad de luz con que se
cuenta en un Area determinada.
Hasta ahora, la Divisi6n de Elec-
tricidad ya ha procedido a reducir
los niveles de iluminaci6n en cier-
tas areas, quitando luces no esen-
ciales.
Cuando se llev6 a cabo dicho
studio, se dio prioridad a las ins-
talaciones escolares de las comuni-
dades estadounidenses, que se en-
cuentran cerradas debido a las va-
caciones escolares. Tambien se ha
visitado ya un considerable nuime-
ro de otros edificios de la Compa-
fia del Canal de PanamA y del
Gobierno de la Zona del Canal.


4


La informaci6n que se recoge se
envia primero a la oficina princi-
pal de la Divisi6n de Electricidad,
para que se la process y luego al
Ramo de Electricidad de la Divi-
si6n de Ingenieria para que se la
eval6e.
Al cumplirse con las 6rdenes
que pusieron en march el studio,
se esperan notables y tangibles
beneficios que darAn por resultado
una gran reducci6n en el consume
de energia. El Ingeniero Francisco
Siu, de la Divisi6n de Electricidad,
quien revisa los datos que se ob-
tienen, sefiala que, puesto que al
quitar dos tubos de cada lAmpara
de techo, se ahorran alrededor de
$3.75 al afio, si se hace esa ope-
raci6n en cada una de las 80 lam-
paras de techo que hay en las Ofi-
cinas Principales de la Divisi6n de
Electricidad solamente, se produ-
cirA un ahorro annual que se ha
calculado en $300.


Hacen Trabajos

En Calle Clinton
RApidamente se trabaja en el
arreglo de la Calle Clinton, traba-
jos que constituyen una part de
la primera fase del actual progra-
ma de mejoras al trAnsito de ve-
hiculos en la Zona del Canal. (Dia-
grama en la secci6n inglesa.)
El arreglo de la calle, en el sec-
tor entire el Almac6n de Ventas al
Detal y el Estadio de Balboa, re-
quiere ampliar la calle hacia el
norte. Con ello se aumentarA la
capacidad de la via que utilizan
los vehiculos para doblar hacia la
izquierda, desde la Avenida Roose-
velt hacia la Calle Balboa y mejo-
rarA el movimiento de los ve-
hiculos que transitan desde la Ave-
nida Roosevelt hacia la Calle
Clinton.
Cuando se terminen los trabajos,
tambiCn serAn mejoradas las Areas
de estacionamiento situadas en
ambos lados de la calle.
La Calle Clinton serA restrin-
(Continua en la pdgina 4)


9


El Canal Cumple Hoy 61 Anos


El Canal de PanamA cumple el
dia de hoy 61 afios de haber ini-
ciado sus operaciones al servicio
del comercio y la navegaci6n del
mundo.
Calificado como una de las ma-
ravillas de la ingenieria modern,
el Canal de PanamA ha sido mejo-
rado enormemente desde el 15 de
agosto de 1914, cuando el vapor
Ancdn, antiguo carguero de ce-
mento de los dias de la construc-
ci6n, hizo el primer trAnsito official
por la via interoceAnica, Ilevando
a bordo a numerosas personalida-
des, al frente de las cuales se en-
contraba el Presidente de la Rep6i-
blica de PanamA, Dr. Belisario
Porras.
Como una curiosidad, se puede
hacer notar que el hombre que
habia dirigido y llevado a feliz
t6rmino la construcci6n del Canal


de Panama, via intermaritima de
transcendental importancia, no es-
taba a bordo del Anc6n. Listo para
dirigir las operaciones en caso de
cualquier emergencia imprevista,
el Coronel Goethals sigui6 desde
tierra la lenta march del barco;
primero en la entrada del Atlan-
tico, donde se inici6 el hist6rico
trAnsito, despu6s en las Esclusas
de Gat6n, luego en Pedro Miguel
y Miraflores y a lo largo del es-
trecho Corte de Culebra, como se
llamaba entonces al Corte Gail-
lard.
Pero el trinsito se hizo sin nin-
gun contratiempo y detrAs del
Anc6n han seguido mAs de 400,000
barcos de todas las naciones del
mundo que han Ilevado en sus bo-
degas articulos de toda clase, des-
tinados a puertos de todos los
continents.


Las listas de los cargamentos
transportados a bordo de esas na-
ves tienen aspects muy curiosos.
Han pasado naves pequefias a bor-
do de barcos; han transitado pla-
taformas perforadoras de petr6leo
en alta mar; han pasado por el
Canal diques secos de tremendo
ancho, que han tenido que ser co-
locados de costado para poder pa-
sar por las esclusas del Canal.
Tambien han transitado buques in-
teresantes. Desde acorazados y por-
taaviones, hasta buques hospitals
como el HOPE, que ha levado a
muchas parties del mundo aten-
ci6n m6dica para miles de des-
validos.
Pero sobre todo, el Canal de
PanamA se ha distinguido por ser
una via intermaritima de gran efi-
ciencia. Casi desde su inicio se
(Continua en la pdgina 4)


DESPUES DE 61 A sOS
Al cumplir hoy sus 61 afios de constant servicio, el Canal de PanamA
continue conservando el 6ptimo nivel de eficiencia con que inici6 opera-
ciones, gracias al competent y consagrado personal con que cuenta. La
foto muestra a uno de los grandes barcos que suelen transitar el Canal-
el britAnico "Kowloon Bay"-cruzando las Esclusas de Miraflores.


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SPILLWAY D)EL CANAL DE PANAMA


Agosto 15, 1975


Dcsdle el 15 hasta el 21 de Agosto de 1975


PARAISO
Viernes y sabado-CERRADO
Domingo-Cool Breeze y Screaming Target
(SIT) (R)
Lunes-Report to the Commissioner (PG)
Martes-CERRADO
Miercoles-Westworld (SIT) (PG)
Jueves-CERRADO
RAINBOW CITY
Aire Acondicionado
Viernes y sibado-CERRADO
Domingo-Vampire Circus (SIT) (PG)
Lunes-The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing
(SIT) (PG)


Martes-Gone With the Wind (G)
Miercoles-The Salzburg Connection (PG)
Jueves-Trouble Man y The Seven Minutes
(R)

GUIA DE PELICULAS: (G) Audiencia general
Se permitiri la entrada de personas de
todas las edades. (PG) Se sugiere la Guia
de los Padres, pues part de la pelicula no
sera apta para nifios. (R) Restringida. Los
j6venes de menos de 17 aios no seran admi-
tidos, a no ser que Ileguen acompaiados de
uno de los padres o per su guardian legal.
(X) No se admitir3 menores de 17 aiios.
(SIT) Pelicula con titulos en espafiol.


a- lL-a l * En colors. Sujeto a cambios sin previo aviso.


VIERNES
11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Los Picapiedras
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-El Especial
2:00-Plaza Sdsamo
3:30-La Mujer, el Arte
y el Hogar*
4:00-Porky y sus Amigos
4:30-Los Nuevos
Picapiedras*
5:00-Mi Marciano Favorite
5:30-El Gran Chaparral "
6:30-Teved6s Informa
7:30-Los Walton"
8:30-Los Novatos*
9:30-El Show de Jimmy
Stewart *
10:00--Noticias del Siglo
10:05-Ultimas Noticias
10:20-Ultima Tanda
SABADO
10:30-De Mujer a Mujer
1115-La Cocina al Instante*
12:00-El Oso Ruperto
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-Polla Hipica Deportiva
6:00-Fauna Silvestre
6:30-Teved6s Informa
7:30-Fore Dos"
8;30-Patrulla Juvenil
9:30-Ultima Tanda
DOMINGO
9:30-Santa Misa
10:30-Todo por la Patria
12:00- Sorteo de la Loteria
12:30-Boxeo desde el Olympic
1:30-Dos Tipos Audaces
2:30-El Detective Fantasma
3:30-Cine de Acci6n
5:30-Speedy Gonzilez*
6:00-Los Superamigos"


7:00-Planeta de los Simios"
8:00-El Homhre Nuclear*
9:00-CarmiBia
10:00-Superestreno

LUNES
11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Los Picapiedras
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-Concierto
2:00-Plaza Sesamo
3:30-La Mujer, el Arte
y el Hogar"
4:00-Pepe Potamfis
4:30-El PAjaro Loco
5:00-La Familia Adams
5:30-El Gran Chaparral "
6:30-Teved6s Informa
7:30-Pepper Anderson
Sargento"
8:30-Mannix
9:30-Los Misterios de
Orson Welles
10:00-Noticias del Sigle
10:05-Ultimas Noticias
10:20-Ultima Tanda

MARTES
11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Los Picapiedras
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-El Dos Busca Una
2:00-Plaza Sesamo
3:30-La Mujer, el Arte
y el HogarO
4:00-Jorge de la Selva*
4:30-Archie y Sabrina
5:00-Viaje a las Estrellas"
5:30-El Gran Chaparral *
6:30-Teved6s Informa
7:30-La Familia Strauss"
8:00-Helic6ptero Uno
8:30-Cine Favoritoe


10:00-Noticias del Siglo
10:05-Ultimas Noticias
10:20-Ultima Tanda
MIERCOLES
11:30-Programa Cultural
12:00-Sorteo de la Loteria
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-Biblioteca Musical
2:00-Plaza Sisamo
3:30-La Mujer, el Arte
y el Hogar"
4:00-Marine y la Patrulla
Oceenica*
4:30-Alberto y su Pandilla
5:00--La Familia Partridge"
5:30-El Gran Chaparral "
6:30-Tevedis Informa
7:30-Kung Fu*
8:30-Las Calles de
San Francisco
10:00-Noticias del Siglo
10:05-Ultimas Noticias
10:20-Ultima Tanda
JUEVES
11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:00-Los Picapiedras
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-La Hora del Sesteo
2:00-Plaza S6samo
3:30-La Mujer, el Arte
y el Hogar"
4:00-Linus Corazin de Le6n
4:30-Roma me da Risa
5:00-Salty*
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-Lo Mejor del Boxeo*


gCi; L ,1 L " En colors. Sujeto a cambios sin previo aviso.


VIERNES
10:50-Documental
11:00-Festival de Cartones
11:15-El Arte de Cocinar*
11:45-Lassie0
12:15-Candilejas"
1:00--nfcrmativo
1:30-Maria Soledad
2:30-Ana del Aire*
3:30-Azabache
4:00-Hombres Simios
4:30--Tritton
5:00-Seiiorita Cometa
5:30-Suehio con Jeannie
6:00-Telenoticias RPC
7:00-Pentagrama"
8:00-Mufieca*
9:00-La Sefiorita Elena
10:00-Cuestidn de Minutos
10:15-La Hora Cero

SABADO
10:00-Camino de la Verdad
10:30-Festival de Cartones
11:00-Ultraman
11:30--Dej6moslos Vivir*
11:00-Ultraman
12:00-Maya
1:00-Informative
1:30-Sibados con Martinez
Blanco"
4:00-Viaje al Fondo
del Mar*
5:00-Bonanza*
6:00--Telenoticias RPC
7:00-Barnaby Jones"
8:00-Owen Marshall
9:00-Marcus Welbyh

DOMINGO
9:00-Himno Nacional
9:05-Documental
9:15-Aprenda Ingles
10:00-Programa Canal 6
10:30-Todo por la Patria"
12:00-Salvese Quien Pueda
12:30-Titanes en el Ring


1:30--Domingo Deportiv *
5:30-Super Tanda
7:00-CannonO
8:00-El FBI en Acci6n*
9:00-Hawai 5-0"
10:15-Gran Teatro

LUNES
10:50-Documental
11:00-Festival de Cartones
11:15-El Arte de Cocinar"
11:45-Lassie*
12:15- Vzriedades del Lunes�
1:00lInformative
1:30-Maria Soledad
2:30-Ana del Aire*
3:30-Azabache
4:00-Hombres Simios
4:30-Tritton
5:00-Seiorita Cometa
5:30-Sueno con Jeannie
6:00--Telenoticias RPC
7:00--Chespirito *
8:00-Muiieca"
9:00-La Seiorita Elena
10:00-Cuestion de Minutos
10:15-Cine Colosal

MARTES
10:40-Documental
10:50-Programa Educative
11:15-El Arte de Cocinar"
11:45-Lassie*
12:15-El Show de los
Polivoces"
1:00--nformativo
1:30-Maria Soledad
2:30-Ana del Aire*
3:30-Azahache
4:00-Hombres Simios
4:30-Tritton
5:00-Seiorita Cometa
5:30-Suenio con Jeannie
6:00-Telenoticias RPC
7:00-Piginas de Or o
8:00-Muieca"


9:00-La Seiiorita Elena
!0:00-Cuestion de Minutos
10:15-Cine Colosal

MIERCOLES
10:50-Documental
11:00-Que Ficil es Coser
11:15-EI Arte de Cocinar*
11:45-Festival de Cartones
12:00-Sorteo del Miercolito
12:30--Caleidoscopio
1-00-Informateva
1:30-Maria Soledad
2:30-Ana del Aire*
3:30-Azabache
4:00-Hombres Simios
4:30-Tritton
5:00-Senorita Cometa
5:30--Sueho con Jeannie
6:00-Telenoticias RPC
7 01-EI Mundo en Guerra �
8:00 Muieca0
9:00-La Sehorita Elena
10:00-Cuestion de Minutos
10:15-Cine Colosal


JUEVES
-Documental
-Programa Educative
-El Arts de Cocinaro
-Lassies
-La Criada Bien Criada0
-IcRirmativo
-Maria Soledad
-Ana del Aire"
-Azahache
-Hombres Simios
Tritton
-Seiorita Cometa
-Sueno con Jeannie
-Telenoticias RPC
-Jornada"
Muieca*
La Seiorita Elena
-Cuestion de Minutos
-Gran Cine


Oente en la Noticia


Francisco Delgado, Jr., trabaja con
la Division de Mantenimiento hace
2 afios y esti muy agradecido por
la cooperaci6n recibida de sus com-
pafieros de trabajo. En la actuali-
dad se desempefia como oficinista
mecan6grafo y ademas reemplaza
a empleados que estAn de vacacio-
nes. En este aspect esta muy sa-
tisfecho pues dice haber logrado
much experiencia en los diferen-
tes puestos. Francisco ha trabajado
antcriormente con varias entida-
des bancarias en la ciudad capi-
tal, tales como el Chase Manhat-
tan Bank, el First National City
Bank y el Bank of America. De-
sempei6 cargos que van desde ca-
jero hasta custodio de letras. Hizo
sus studios primaries y secunda-
rios en Paraiso. En la secundaria
le correspondi6 presidir el Club
de Bibliotecarios. Ademas estudia
comercio y contabilidad en la Uni-
versidad de PanamA y agrega que
siempre le gust6 el ramo de la
contabilidad. Delgado reside en la
Urbanizaci6n San Antonio con su
familiar. Su padre se llama Fran-
cisco Delgado y se jubil6 hace 2
anios de la Compafiia del Canal.
En 6sta trabaj6 por mis de 30
afios con la Direcci6n de Transpor-
te y Terminales. Su madre, Rita
G. de Delgado es ama de casa. Su
hermana, Aura Delgado, trabaja
desde hace 21/ afios con la Sec-
ci6n de Licencias, dependencia de
la Direcci6n de Asuntos Civiles.
Su hermano, Agustin est6 en la
actualidad adiestrandose como ca-
pitAn de remolcador de la Compa-
fiia del Canal. Francisco acaba de
recibir un certificado por haber


terminado con 6xito el Curso Dale
Carnegie. Sus pasatiempos son la
nataci6n y la lectura.


SNOTAS DE



SALUBRIDAD





Una Llaga Puede Ser Peligrosa


Una laga que cicatriza muy len-
tamente puede ser exactamente eso
y, consecuentmntente, no represen-
tar ningun peligro para el indivi-
duo que la padece. Pero si la per-
sona habia estado por alg6n tiem-
po en la selva, entonces podria
ser una ulcera tropical, del tipo
conocido como leishmaniasis, en-
fermedad peligrosa transmitida a
los humans por la picada de una
mosca selvAtica.



PROGRAfTIA


DE EVEBTOS

15 de Agosto-Observaci6n del Ani-
versario de Fundaci6n de la ciu-
dad de Panama. La municipali-
dad organize una series de even-
tos, incluyendo una sesi6n solem-
ne, un almuerzo con la prensa
y un gran program folkl6rico
en las ruinas de PanamA la Vieja.
Ese dia, en 1519, el Goberna-
dor de Castilla del Oro don
Pcedarias DAivila fund la ciu-
dad cerca do un caserio indio
que se lamaba PanamA.
15-17 de Agosto-Festival del Ma-
nito, que se celebra todos afios
en Oc6. Constituye una fiesta
netamente folkl6rica, con muy
originals manifestaciones fes-
tivas tipicas de la region. Tiene
lugar en Oc6 en estos dias un
RIcinado v se celebran matri-
monios campesinos al estilo tra-
dicional. Se exhiben hermosos
trabajos manuals y artesania
tipica, confeccionados por exper-
tos artesanos de la region.
17 de Agosto-Gran carrera de lan-
chas de velocidad, Ilamada Cli-
sico Augusto S. Boyd, con reco-
rrido Panamai-Taboga-Panamia.


Cazadores, exploradores y per-
sonal military son victims con al-
guna frecuencia de esta clase de
afecciones, debido a que suelen
visitar regularmente zonas selvAti-
cas. Tambi6n son susceptibles a pi-
cadas de las moscas que transmni-
ten la leishmaniasis, personas que
sc hallen en las proximidades de
estas areas por la noche.
Algunas medidas que protegen
considerablemente contra los ries-
gos de ser picado por la mosca
transmisora de la leishmaniasis in-
clu\en usar ropas que cubran el
cuerpo, los brazos y las piernas;
aplicarse repelente contra insects
en Ia piel que se encuentre ex-
puesta y dormir protegido por una
ialla o mosquitero.
Aunque la mosca puede encon-
trarsc en cualquier zona selvAitica,
la mavoria de los casos de esta
enfernedad qu e se han diagnosti-
cado en la Zona del Canal sc de-
ben a picadas de moscas ocurri-
das en Areas del Fuerte Sherman
y del Poligono de Tiro de Empe-
rador.


Observan Escuelas


Latinoamericanas


Semana del Libro

Con diversas actividades alusi-
vas concluirai hoy en los planteles
escolares de las comunidades lati-
noamncricanas de la Zona del Ca-
nal, la Semana del Libro, que ha
sido celebrada con (special entu-
siasmo este afo.
En la Biblioteca de la Escuela
Secundaria de Paraiso se ha lleva-
do a cabo un vast progranma de
divulgaci6n del hAbito de la lectu-
ra, campafia que ha tenido en
"Expo 75" el evento mis concur1ri-
do de cuanLos se han organizado
csta scmana.
"Expo 75" consist en una expo-
sicin (de los 6llimos libros adqui-
rilos por la Biblioteca, incluyendo
publicaciones para todos los gustos
y edades. La exposici6n fue inau-
Iguiada el martcs 12 durante acto
formal celebrado en los salones de
la Bibliotcca, quc cont6 con la
asistencia de altos funcionarios de
la Biblioteca de la Zona del Canal,
de la Divisi6n de Escuelas, del
Club de Padres de Familia, del
Consejo Civico de Paraiso, v de
otras entidades.
La exposici6n continuarA abierta
al piblico hasaa maFiana sibado.
Conno actividad del miircoles, la
Director de la Biblioteca de Pa-
raiso, Sra. Ana Botello de Forero,
dicto6 na conferencia a los alum-
nos del s6ptimo grado sobre el
tema: "QuO Rccursos te ofrece la
Biblioteca de Paraiso y C6mo
Ilacer Mejor Uso de I'llos".
Todas las actividades fueron
inmu\' concurridas.


Spillway del Canal de Panama


IxonAi 0 . P0II~I'I1
Gobcr'lri(or
chIn 7(11(1 r1Za 1 C Canal


Ricii0f1 L. ILHUNT
Vicc'o/mrliador


I'i\ NK A. BALDWIN
Director
de Information


El SI'II.WAY DEL. CANAL DE)L 1 PANAMA es una publicaci6n official del Canal
dc Panalmi, editada en Balboa IIeights, Z. dcl C. Se autoriza la repro-
d(Iliodn \a fucre verbal o cscrita de cualquicr cr6nica o noticia aqui
aparecidala, sin necesidad de solicited expresa. ElI material que se desee
publicar on cl SPILLWAY debcrit star en la Oficina dc Prcnsa del Canal
de Panamni a Aiis tardar el iiins a las 4 p.m. de la semana de publica-
ci6n. Solamente cl material urgcnte piicde scr recibido y procesado para
ser usado la misma seiana a miAs tardar cl martes al iediodia. Distri-
Ibcimn gratis a todos los empleados del Canal de PanamA. Valor de la
subscripcion para otros, $6 al afio. Por correo a(:reo $19. Para estudian-
tes, 84, correo regular solamentc. Los cheiques dbcen hacerse pagaderos
a The Panama Canal Company y dirigidos a: Jefe de Servicios Admi-
nistrativos, Sublscripciones del SPILLWAY, BOX IM, Balboa Heights, C.Z.


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VISITANTES DE ESCUELA NAUTICA
Directivos y cadets de la Escuela NAutica de Panama
hicieron recientemente una visit al Gobernador
Harold R. Parfitt, para solicitarle la colaboraci6n de
la empresa del Canal para un nuevo program de
adiestramiento de cadetes de la Escuela NAutica. Apa-
recen en la foto, tomada durante la visit, en el orden
acostumbrado: Cadete Jos6 Angel Carvajal; Capitin


El Canal de Panama, figure en-
tre los centros de atracci6n turis-
tica representados en el II Derby
de PanamA. Dicho Derby se corre-
rA en el Hip6dromo Presidente Re-
m6n el pr6ximo domingo y esta
destinado a promover 14 puntos
de interns turistico del pais.
Catorce de los mejores pura-
sangres actualmente en Panama,
uno de ellos debutante participa-
rAn en el event de 1,800 metros.
Entre los participants llamados
por los entendidos a disputarse la
mejor part del premio de $12,500
figuran Tabacal, ganador del pri-
mer Derby, representando a Co-
16n; el national Barremina, repre-
sentando a las provincias centra-
les; Snow Keep, a Contadora; La-
berinto, por el Turiscentro de San
Carlos, y Phony, representando a
Taboga. La incognita sera la yegua
argentina la Rabina, representante
del Canal de Panama, quien hace
su debut precedida de gran fama.
La celebraci6n del Derby de Pa-
nama es iniciativa del Instituto
Panamefio de Turismo, que hace
circular en la ocasi6n en publica-
ciones especializadas en turismo de


Harmodio Herrera, prActico panamefio del Canal de
PanamA y professor de la Escuela NAutica; Capitan
Antonio Motta, directive de la Escuela Nautica; el
Gobemador Parfitt; Pablo DurAn, directive de ese
plantel, y el Cadete Jos6 Gil Villalaz. El Gobernador
Parfitt prometi6 nuevamente la colaboraci6n de la em-
presa del Canal en el program de adiestramiento.


CanadA y los Estados Unidos, cu-
pones en los que Agencias Turis-
ticas anotan los caballos favorites.
Se han reservado cuatro premios
de $400, $250, $200 y $100 para
quienes acierten al ganador.
Tambien el Hip6dromo ha des-
tinado $300 para repartir entire los
cronistas locales especializados en
hipica que acierten al ganador.
Seg6n el sorteo, los caballos
participants ocuparin las posicio-
nes de partida en el siguiente
orden: 1. Rio Mar (Viajero. Sin
jinete reportado); 2. Provincias
Centrales (Barremina. Victor Te-
jada); 3. Bocas del Toro (Camelot
Court. Sin jinete a6n); 4. Col6n
(Tabacal. Dilio Long); 5. Conta-
dora (Snow Keep. V. Alvarado);
6. San Blas (Esperanza. M. Zl-
fiiga); 7. Turiscentro de San Car-
los (Laberinto. M. Torres); 8. Chi-
riqui (Tantrum. L. J. Martinez);
9. Canal de Panama (La Rabina.
A. Valdivieso); 10. Coronado (Con-
sagraci6n. M. Pedroza); 11. Tabo-
ga (Phony. H. Garibaldo); 12. Por-
tobelo (Tantalo. Sin jinete ain);
13. Dari6n (Espea's Future. H.
HernAndez), y 14. PanamA (Mi
Camino. R. G6mez).


Celebraran

Exposicion

Filatelica
La Sociedad Filat6lica y Numis-
mAtica de PanamA celebrarA a par-
tir del pr6ximo lunes 18 de agosto
una interesante exposici6n en el
vestibulo del Republic National
Bank, en la ciudad de PanamA.
La exposici6n, exclusivamente
de las iiltimas emisiones de estam-
pillas de las Naciones Unidas, es-
tarA abierta al piblico en horas
laborales del banco, hasta el vier-
nes 22 de agosto. Experts en fila-
telia y numismAtica ofrecerin char-
las a los concurrentes.
La agrupaci6n filatelica y nu-
mismitica ha ofrecido en diversas
ocasiones lucidas exposiciones prin-
cipalmente de monedas. Pero esta
ocasi6n ha sido dedicada exclusi-
vamente a divulgar las 6ltimas
emisiones de estampillas de la Or-
ganizaci6n de las Naciones Unidas.
Habri seis cartillas de estampillas
sobre el Aio Mundial de Pobla-
ci6n, la Evoluci6n del Sello de
Correo, etc.
Asimismo, se ha hecho exten-
siva la invitaci6n para observer la
exposici6n a los planteles escola-
res de la ciudad de Panama.


Ernesto Malcolm, joven prome-
sa del baloncesto panamefio que
se gradu6 el afio pasado de la
Escuela Secundaria de Paraiso,
abandonara pr6ximamente el Ist-
ino, para disfrutar de merecida
beca que se le ha otorgado para
realizar studios superiores en la
Universidad Briar Cliff, de Iowa.
Estudiaral ingenieria el6ctrica y
mecAnica.
El joven Malcolm trabaj6 hasta
la semana pasada con la Secci6n
de Despacho de Correos. El ailo
pasado trabaj6 como ayudante es-
tudiantil con el Almac6n de Ven-
tas al Detal de Balboa. Reside
con sus padres en Rio Abajo, ciu-
dad de Panama.
Ernesto es hijo de una lumina-
ria del deported panamenio, Philip
Malcolm, jubilado del Canal de
PanamA que en sus afios mozos
destac6 en pista y campo y en
beisbol. Malcolm padre trabaja en
las oficinas del Sindicato Nacional
de Marinos. La madre de Ernesto,
Emely, es antigua empleada del
Canal de Panama y trabaja actual-
mente en el Almac6n de Ventas
al Detal de Gamboa.
A diferencia de su padre, que
destac6 principalmente como co-
rredor y como beisbolista, Ernesto
ha logrado desarrollar excepcio-
nales facultades en baloncesto.
"Me inicii en ligas organizadas
de baloncesto cuando apenas tenia
12 afios de edad", sefiala Ernesto,
quien saca muy buen provecho de
los 6 pies 4 pulgadas que tiene de
estatura. "Desearia Ilegar hasta
los 6 pies 6 pulgadas", sefiala al
hacer referencia a su tamafio.
Recuerda el joven atleta, de 19
afios de edad, que la primera liga
organizada en que particip6 tuvo
lugar en Gamboa y fue organizada
por JosC French, ex instructor de
educaci6n fisica y actividades re-
creativas en la Zona del Canal,
actualmente jubilado.
Estelar de Paraiso
Alentado por French, por Jos6
Ampudia y Cecilio Williams, entire
otros, Malcolm continue activin-
dose en el baloncesto y cultivando
pericia en este deported. Sus pro-
gresos lo Ilevaron a integrar la se-
lecci6n mayor de baloncesto de la
Escuela Secundaria de Paraiso que
ha ganado el Campeonato Interco-
legial de Baloncesto de la Zona
del Canal en los iltimos 3 afios.
En 2 de los 3 afios en que re-
present6 a Paraiso en torneos in-
tercolegiales fue seleccionado en
el equipo de estrellas de la liga
y la Divisi6n de Escuelas le otorg6


un diploma de mnrito. En una
ocasi6n entrenadores de balonces-
to de Panami observaron su de-
sempenio y lo reclutaron junto a
otros compafieros de Paraiso en un
preseleccionado del que se inte-
graria el conjunto juvenile que ha-
bria de representar a PanamA en
el Primer Juvenil de Baloncesto
celebrado hace 2 afios en El TAi-
chira, Venezuela.
A Venezuela
PanamA gan6 invicto el cam-
peonato juvenile celebrado en El
Tachira, frente a otros cuatro
equipos representatives de otros
tantos paises. Malcolm jug6 en
todos los partidos, contribuyendo
notablemente al triunfo panamefio.
Al referirse a esa primera expe-
riencia international, Malcolm se-
fiala que se sinti6 muy orgulloso
de representar a Panami. "Ello me
permiti6, ademas, la oportunidad
de conocer v de alcanzar una
mayor experiencia".
En la Mayor
Posteriormente Malcolm partici-
p6 en una series cuadrangular ce-
lebrada en Panama entire El Sal-
vador, Uruguay, y dos equipos
panameiios, el Ingenio La Victo-
ria-con el que jug6 Malcolm-y
Bayano. El torneo, celebrado para
escoger la selecci6n panamefia que
representaria a PanamA en series
contra Argentina, concluy6 con un
triple empate entire los dos equi-
pos locales y el conjunto uruguayo.
Al decidirse por puntuaci6n, co-
rrespondi6 el titulo a La Victoria.
Posteriormente se celebr6 la se-
rie contra Argentina, que se efec-
tu6 en Panama, Col6n y David,
logrando una sola victoria el quin-
teto local.
Malcolm particip6 tambi6n for-
mando parte de la selecci6n pana-
mefia en series contra Espafia y la
Universidad de Delaware. Tam-
bi6n viaj6 a Cuba, en donde la
selecei6n panamefia tuvo un de-
safortunado desempefio contra la
selecci6n de la Isla.
A pesar de su viaje y a que se
desvinculara del baloncesto pana-
mefio, Malcolm ha continuado en-
trenando con la selecci6n pana-
mefia, bajo la direcci6n del entre-
nador Carl Minetti.
Y es que Ernesto tiene grandes
esperanzas, no s61o de regresar a
PanamA a ejercer cuando sea un
professional, sino de continuar re-
presentando a su pais en cuantas
oportunidades se le presented. Por
ahora se prepare con su habitual
entusiasmo, a viajar a los Estados
Unidos para iniciar una nueva
experiencia.


LlegI a 456 AiiosH oy o-


La Ciudad de Panama f r


Hoy cumple 456 afios de fun-
dada la "Muy Noble y Muy Leal
Ciudad de PanamA", titulo que le
dieron los reyes de Espafia. O me-
jor, "La Siempre Verde y Siempre
Alegre Panama", calificativo que
le diera el gran literate espafiol
Vicente Blasco Ibinez.
Cuatrocientos cincuenta y seis
afios han pasado desde aquel dia
de la Asunci6n de la Virgen Maria,
en que el Gobernador de Castilla
del Oro, Don Pedro Arias De Avi-
la fund la ciudad, a poca dis-
tancia de un villorrio de indios
pescadores. En su 6poca de oro de
los tiempos de la Colonia, cobr6
importancia por ser el lugar donde
se guardaban los tesoros del Peru,
antes de enviarlos a Espaina y por-
que era el lugar de intercambio
mais activo que se conocia en toda
la costa americana del Pacifico.
El Panama de Hoy
Hoy, la ciudad de PanamA es,
quizAs el centro bancario mas im-
portante de America Latina. El
lugar done la ciudad se fund
hace mis de 4 siglos, ha sido
transformado en un bello jardin


done los turistas se Ilenan de
admiraci6n al ver la magnitude de
las edificaciones que hicieron los
espanioles en esa lejana 6poca.
Plaza de la Independencia
La foto de la derecha, la ofre-
ce el SPILLWAY como su homenaje
a esta fecha. Muestra un rinc6n
de la Plaza de la Independencia
en los primeros dias de la Repi-
blica. La artistic verja de hierro
que en ese entonces rodeaba el
parque, da una idea del aspect
romantico que tenia entonces ese
sector. El edificio de la izquierda
era el Arzobispado, donde tambidn
funcionaban las oficinas de la Lo-
teria Nacional de Panama y de la
Pacific Steam Navigation Co., o
Cia. Inglesa de Vapores. Al fondo,
la Casa Bancaria de la Familia
Ehrman, que tambi6n era agencia
de la Compania Sudamericana de
Vapores y de la Cia. Transatlan-
tica Francesa. Y rodando por la
calle, pavimentada de adoquines,
se alcanza a ver uno de los coaches
que en aquellos tiempos consti-
tuian el principal medio de loco-
moci6n de los panameiios.


, 4 b ri~~s ~IIII


ANTIGUO SECTOR DE CATHEDRAL
Asi lucia un sector del Parque Catedral, justamente
en la parte que da al edificio que albergaba el
Arzobispado y que hoy es la sede de la Univer-
sidad Santa Maria La Antigua (USMA), hace


68 afios. La foto fue tomada en 1907 poco des-
pu6s de haberse pavimentado esa calle con ado-
quines. Ha cambiado bastante la ciudad, vverdad?


Pigina 3


El Domingo 17


Se Corre Derby Panama


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Numb








SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Agosto 15, 1975


Empleados

Organizan

Excursion
Los empleados de los Almace-
nes al Detal de Rainbow City y
Coco Solo, han organizado una
gran excursion a la pintoresca Isla
de San Andrus, Colombia.
Esta excursion partira del Aero-
puerto de Tocumen el 11 de octu-
bre por la tarde y regresara el 13
de octubre tambien en horas de
la tarde.
El precio de la excursion, que
es de $125, incluye pasaje a6reo de
ida y vuelta, impuesto de salida
del aeropuerto, desayuno y cena,
fiesta en la discoteca "Scorpio"
con las bebidas incluidas y, ade-
mis, una gira alrededor de la isla.
Las personas interesadas en par-
ticipar en esta excursion deben
tener pasaporte, paz y salvo y cer-
tificado de la vacuna international.
Los extranjeros residents en
Panama ademrs de los documen-
tos mencionados, deben tener un
permiso de reingreso al pais.
Para mayor informaci6n, Ilame a
los sefiores L. Baptiste, al 36-291;
R. Rennie, al 3-2196, a T. Tai,
al 3-2153.

El Canal Cumple...
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
comenzaron las mejoras. El Corte
Gaillard fue ampliado de 100 me-
tros a 150 metros de ancho. Tam-
bien fue profundizado y desde el
afio pasado, no ha bajado de 11.58
metros el calado permitido en el
Canal. Las orillas del Corte Gail-
lard y las de ambas entradas del
Canal ban sido perfectamente ilu-
minadas. La programaci6n de los
trAnsitos se hace de manera suma-
mente eficiente y los barcos tran-
sitan por el Canal las 24 horas del
dia, durante todos los dias del afio,
hacienda honor a su lema de "En-
crucijada del Comercio Mundial".

CEPA Presenta . . .
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
de $1.50 para los adults y 75 cen-
tavos los estudiantes. Los fondos
que se colecten con este concerto
serAn destinados al fondo que ser-
vird para la construcci6n del nue-
vo edificio del Centro Panamefio
Norteamericano.


VISIT A EXPOSICION
La Sra. Lola de Paredes demuestra a un grupo de
estudiantes de la Secci6n de Comercio de la Escuela
Secundaria de Paraiso, el funcionamiento y forma de
operar de una mAquina de escribir memorizadora



CUADRO DE HON
ESCUELA PRIMARIA DE PARAISO
SEGUNDO PERIOD DE CALIFICACIO


Primer Grado
Luis Green
Linda Lowe
Leisa Pacheco
Monique Savory
Valina Scotland
Gina Woodcock
Yanina Yearwood
Segundo Grado
Martin Albeo
Jeslis Argueta
Anayansi Greaves
Carl Llewelyn
Carla Llewelyn
Deborah Parris


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

Lista de Vacantes y Traslados Para Empleados
Todo solicitante capacitado recibiri consideraci6n para trabajo sin distinci6n de raza,
religion, color, nacionalidad, sexo, afiliaci6n political u otro factor no meritorio.


POSICIONES PERMANENTES Salario
Enfermera Anestesista NM-9/11 (Debe estar disponible
para cuando se le necesite) _-- -- $12,417.60/$14,913.60
Enfermera Clinica NM-5/7 (Trabajo de turno)__$8,819.20/$10,545.60
Guardia NM-2/3 (Tiempo parcial que no exceda 30 horas)
(Personal femenino) - ------$2.06/$2.34
Guardia NM-4 -------- --------------- $7,446.40
Ingeniero General NM-11 -------- ------- $14,913.60
Oficinista Mecan6grafo(a) NM-3 (Bilingiie)
(Tiempo parcial que no exceda 30 horas) _---- _ -$2.34
Oficinista, T6cnicas de Personal NM-4 (Bilingie) --_-- $7,446.40
Practico en Adiestramiento CP-1 (Primeras 40 horas) _-$17,264.00
Mensajero (Operario de vehiculo a motor) NM-2*
(Se require licencia para conducir) - --------$4,284.80
T6cnico en Biologia NM-9 (Se requieren conocimientos de
Control de la Contaminaci6n por petr6leo, c6mo hacer
cumplir los reglamentos de Biologia Marina e Ingl6s) $12,417.60


Direcci6n Va-
o Si- can-
Diviid6n tio tea

Hos. Coco Solo A 1
Salubridad A-P 1-1


Policia
Prot. Canal
Mantenimiento

Personal
0. C. Empleo
Trinsito

Serv. Adm.


Dragado


A 1


POSICIONES TEMPORALES
Ayudante, Actividades Recreativas NM-4 (Tiempo parcial que no
exceda 30 horas semanales) (Que no exceda 1 aio)
(Se require tener certificado de Instructor de
Seguridad Acuitica) _ ___ ___----- -------- $3.58 Escuelas P 1
Ayudante, Actividades Recreativas NM-4 (Tiempo parcial que
no exceda 30 horas semanales) (Que no exceda 1 aio) __$3.58 Escuelas P 1
Cuidador de Vestidores NM-2 (Que no exceda 1 afio)
(Personal masculine) __ ____--- --- --- --- _ $4,284.80 Escuelas P 1
Obrero MG-2 (Que no exceda 1 aio) __________ - $2.01 Serv. Com. P 1
Obrero MG-3 (Que no exceda 1 afio) ___-----------_$2.03 Electricidad A 1
Oficinista-Mecandgrafo(a) NM-4 (Que no exceda 6 meses) $7,446.40 D. Gen. Plan. P 1
La solicited debe ser sometida en el Formulario 443, SOLICITUD PARA TRASLADO, a mis
tardar site (7) dias calendarios de la fecha de esta publicaci6n. Si hace solicitud para mis
de una posicidn, indique el orden de preferencia. Debera someterse una solicited separada
para cada categoria de empleo. Se indican los anuncios nuevos en letras negritas. Los salaries
indicados sermn aumentados a los ciudadanos de EE. UU. par medio del diferencial apropiado
ademis del factor impuesto cuando debe aplicarse. El simbolo 1 indica que es necesario un
examen escrito. El sfmbolo � indica que es una posici6n de seguridad donde puede emplearse
solamente ciudadanos estadounidenses. Los requisitos pueden ser revisados en el Ramo de
Empleos y Colocaciones, Edificio 366, Ancdn o Edificio 1105, Crist6bal. Mayor informaci6n puede
obtenerse en el Ramo de Colocaciones, telifonos 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-I. Los empleados que
estin en el program de trabajadores en adiestramientc pueden solicitar cambios dentro del
program.


David Salamar
Lizca Spalding
Enrique Winte
Tercer (
Danilo Flores
Emilda Green:
Yadira Griffith
Etilia Hawkins
Danilo Johnso:
Karen Layne
Jennine Savory

Cuarto (
Nicole Failey
Darcy Gordon
Liza Holder
Javier Howard
De'nise Johns
Michele Layne
Venus Lowe
Eneida Robins
Amelio Rodrig
Carl Scotland
Susan Webster

Quinto C
Valerie Blades
Carmela Bonni
Diony Chandle
Olivia Hamilto
Ricardo Henry
AndrB Josiah
Annie Pomare
Adriana Macla
Angela Mayers
Dalys Vigier
Ilka Wilson

Sexto G
Magali Archer
Rufino Barrett
Michellie Blad
Eneida Daniel
Bertha Davis
Ricardo Flores
Debora Jimene
Eugenio Johns
Yalanda Lord
Esperanza Niel
Felicidad Nieto
Karen Powell
Edita Wilson


NUMEROUS QL
RECORDER
POLICIA ____-_-___- -
BOMBEROS____
MEDICO (Pacifico) ..-
MEDICO (Atlintico) _-
CLINICA PARA ENVE-
NENAMIENTOS__


IBM, durante visit que hicieron los estudiantes a la
Exposici6n de MAquinas Comerciales que se efectu6
recientemente en el Palacio Legislativo Justo Arose-
mena de PanamA.


Rectificacion
^ En la primera plan de la edi-
ci6n del SPILLWAY correspondien-
NES te al 19 de agosto aparece publi-
cada una fotografia, en cuya le-
nca yenda se identifica al Profesor
g Dennis Joseph como professor al
er servicio de la Escuela Secundaria
Grado de Paraiso. Rectificamos el invo-
luntario error, pues el Profesor
Dennis, quien es catedritico de la
idge Facultad de Biologia de la Uni-
versidad de PanamA, no trabaja en
s la Escuela Secundaria de Paraiso.
n

y Hacen Trabajos.
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
Grado gida a trifico de una sola via, de
la Avenida Roosevelt hacia el Al-
mac6n de Ventas al Detal de Bal-
boa, mientras duren los trabajos
de construcci6n en dicha Area.



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Otros Cinco

Se Jubilaron

En Julio
Los rlltimos cinco nombres de
jubilados del mes de julio acaban
de haber sido dados a la publici-
dad. Son tres panamefos y dos
norteamericanos.
Los demn s jubilados de julio
han sido publicados junto a los del
mes anterior en las dos filtimas
ediciones del SPILLWAY.
Los nombres de los jubilados,
las posiciones que ocupaban al
moment de jubilarse, el lugar
donde trabajaban y sus afios de
servicio son como sigue:
Belfield A. Burnett, obrero, Divisi6n de
Abastos, sector Paclfico: 12 anos, 11
meses, 27 dias.
Srta. Emily E. Butcher, supervisor de mi-
sica de las Escuelas Latinoamericanas,
Division de Escuelas, sector Paclfico: 36
anos, 4 dias.
Wade V. Carter, Jr., operario de locomoto-
ras de remolque, Divisi6n de Esclusas,
sector Pacifico: 27 aios, 4 meses, 2 dlas.
Srta. Maymie R. Edwards, maestra de es-
cuelas primaries latinoamericanas, Divi-
si6n de Escuelas, sector Pacifico: 22
aios, 10 meses, 27 dias.
Srta. Syslyn F. Facey, cajera de almacin,
Division de Abastos, sector Pacifico: 33
atos, 7 meses, 28 dias.


Coro Religioso

Ofrecera Recital
El Coro del Alba, compuesto
por j6venes de las iglesias Adven-
tistas del Area metropolitan de la
ciudad de PanamA, presentan un
program titulado "Ecos Celestia-
les" mafiana sAbado a las 8 de la
noche en el Gimnasio Adventista
de Carrasquilla, Transversal 85
frente al Cuartel de Bomberos
Dario Vallarino.
Entre los artists invitados se
encuentran la renombrada soprano
Elizabeth Leigh, la agrupaci6n Los
Harmoniers, el cuarteto femenino
las Myles Sisters, de la Iglesia
Bautista de Calle 4', Rio Abajo.
Ademris actuarA en forma espe-
cial el Coro del Alba.
La entrada costarA $2 para los
adults y $1 para los nifios me-
nores de 12 afios. Se invita cor-
dialmente a todo el pirblico en
general para que disfrute de una
velada de entretenimiento e ins-
piraci6n musical-religiosa.


PREMIO AL ESFUERZO
Aurelio Hartley (al centro), quien se gradu6 con el segundo puesto de
honor en la Escuela Secundaria de Rainbow City el aiio pasado, recibe
la beca a que se hizo merecedor y las correspondientes felicitaciones,
de parte del Profesor Joscelyn Barrowes, Director de la Escuela Primaria
de Rainbow City. Observa, a la derecha, el Profesor Alfredo Cragwell,
Director de la Escuela Secundaria de Rainbow City. La beca fue donada
por el Comit6 Latinoamericano de Becas.


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