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The Panama Canal spillway =

Material Information

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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02582102 ( OCLC )
83642750 ( LCCN )
0364-8044 ( ISSN )
Classification:
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Preceded by:
Spillway
Succeeded by:
Faro (Balboa, Panama)

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Unusual Research Ships


To Transit Waterway


Two unusual research ships will
transit the Canal this month and
next en route to a site near the
Galapagos Islands, to participate in
an ocean floor research project with
Oregon State University.
Operated by the Woods Hole
Oceanographic Institution of Woods
Hole, Mass., the vessels are the
245-foot research ship Knorr and
the 105-foot Lulu, which serves as
mother ship to the deep diving re-
search vehicle Alvin.
The Knorr has a complement of
9 officers, 16 crewmembers and
24 scientists. The Lulu, a catamaran
tender for the Alvin, carries a crew
of 11 and a 15-member scientific
team. Both vessels were built by
the U.S. Navy.
In 1974, the Knorr participated
in the French-American Mid-Ocean
Undersea Study in the Mid-Atlantic
Ridge south of the Azores. In 1973,
the vessel was on a 9-month voyage
from the Arctic Circle to the fringes
of Antarctica in the Geo-Chemical
Ocean Section Study, which sought
information on how the ocean mixes
over long periods of time. Last year
the Knorr served as a floating lab-
oratory and conducted surveys of
the Cayman Trough, an ocean
trench four times deeper than the
Grand Canyon, preceding a num-
Ler of dives by Alvin, which gave
science the first documented series


Income Tax Assistor

To Visit C.Z. in Feb.
The U.S. Internal Revenue Serv-
ice will provide special assistance
again this year to taxpayers living
in the Canal Zone and Panama.
Edmund Kulsick, a tax assistor,
will come to the Isthmus to meet
with U.S. citizens who need help
with their tax returns.
He will meet with Atlantic side
residents from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
February 11, in Room 108, Admin-
istration Building, Cristobal.
On the Pacific side, he will be
available for consultations from
7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., February 17,
and from 8 a.m. to 12 noon, Feb-
ruary 18, in Room 15-A, Adminis-
tration Building, Balboa Heights.
A tax assistor will return to the
Isthmus on April 12 and 13 for
further consultations. The time and
location will be announced later.
For additional information, call
52-7995.


Community Property

Tax Law Is Changed
Beginning in tax year 1977,
U.S.-citizen Government employees
living and employed in the Canal
Zone may no longer attribute one
half of their salary to a nonresident
alien spouse thereby paying U.S.
income tax on only one-half of
their income.
This change is written into the
1976 Tax Reform Act which further
says that only income derived from
joint property may be treated as
community income allowing an
even (50/50) split between husband
and wife.
Employees whose withholding tax
will now be insufficient to cover
their 1977 tax should discuss with
their payroll clerk the advisability
of increasing the amount of their
deduction by completing a new
W-4.


cf rock specimens from the deep
layer of the ocean crust. The sci-
entists also recorded the after shocks
just after the first and largest earth-
quake in Guatemala.
About 15 dives will be made by
the Alvin between February 8 and
March 25 on the Galapagos Rift,
an ocean crust spreading about 200
miles northeast of the Galapagos
Islands, in an area where the ocean
is ahnost 2 miles deep.
Scientists will explore for the first
time hot springs at the bottom of
the Pacific to learn how metal-rich
sediments are formed. The findings
also are expected to help scientists
understand the history of seawater
and the transfer of heat from the
earth's interior into the oceans.
A pilot and two scientists will be
housed in a 6-foot pressure sphere
at the front of the Alvin during the
dives, which may last as long as
8 hours. The scientists will be able
to photograph what they see and
an outside claw can be used to
gather rock and sediment samples.
They also will be able to measure
the temperatures and chemical
properties of the hot waters and
collect water samples.
The Alvin participated in one
unique salvage operation and was
itself the object of another. In 1966,
when the United States H-bomb
was lost off Palomares, Spain, the
Alvin was pressed into service and
manned by the Woods Hole team,
found the weapon not once but
twice as the bomb was lost during
the first recovery operations and
the Alvin found it again.
In 1968, the Alvin was lost dur-
ing an operation from the Lulu, off
Cape Cod. Later found and rebuilt,
the research vessel has participated
in a number of dives in various
scientific projects.


Personnel assigned to the Transit Operations Division operations recently
turn the new Marine Traffic Control Center at La from the Port Ca
Boca into a beehive of activity. Marine Traffic Control



Transit Operations Div.


Moves to La Boca Center


The Marine Bureau's Transit
Operations Division moved into the
new Marine Traffic Control Center
at La Boca recently, consolidating
operations that previously were


Enrique Marquez Named Chief

Atlantic Maintenance Branch


Enrique Marquez, Chief, Plan-
ning, Budget and Engineering Sec-
tion, Maintenance Division, has
been promoted to Chief, Atlantic
Maintenance Branch.
Born in Panama City, he re-
ceived his primary and secondary
education at La Salle College in
Panama. In 1966, he was graduated
from Catholic University, Wash-
ington, D.C., with a bachelor's
degree in mechanical engineering
and the following year earned a
master's degree in mechanical engi-
neering from the same university.
Mairquez also holds a master's de-
gree in business administration
which he earned in 1974 through
the Oklahoma University graduate
school program at Fort Clayton.
Mirquez joined the Canal orga-
nization in August 1967, when he
was employed as a mechanical en-
gineer in the office of the Chief,
Maintenance Division. He was pro-
moted in 1974 to the position he
held prior to his recent appoint-
ment.
He is a member and the current
secretary-treasurer of the Canal
Zone Society of Professional Engi-
neers and a member of the Panama
Society of Engineers and Archi-
tects. Following in the footsteps of
his father, well-known businessman
Clarence Marquez, who for many
years has been one of the most
active members and directors of the
Panama Lions Club, he too is a di-


rector of the Panama Lions and
takes pride in his participation in
the organization's many activities.
His mother, the former Maria
(Nena) Pascual, in the past has been
active in a number of welfare orga-
nizations in Panama and is now
dedicated to Panama Garden Club
activities.
Mirquez is married to the former
Millie Dominguez of Panama, a
passenger rate assistant in the Pan-
ama Canal Transportation Branch.
Mr. and Mrs. Mairquez and their
three children, Eileen, 6; Enri-
que, Jr., 5; and Gustavo Adolfo, 1;
live at Villa de las Fuentes in
Panama City.


Ir~r



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Enrique Marquez


handled at the Terminal buildings
in Balboa and Cristobal.
The move by approximately 75
persons included those working di-
rectly in the Marine Traffic Control
operation, the office of the Chief,
Transit Operations Division and his
immediate staff, the Pilot Rotation
and Timekeeping Unit and em-
ployees involved in related work.
Considerable planning went into
the move to insure a smooth tran-
sition. The necessary telephone
switchovers were made in advance
and radio communication systems
had been installed and checked out
prior to the move.
The actual transfer was made
between midnight and 8 a.m., Jan-
uary 10, a period of relatively light
ship traffic.
As had been previously sched-
uled, the Marine Traffic Control
operations will remain in the
manual mode for the present with
a gradual transition to the new
computer assisted mode.
The new center is located on a
hill overlooking the Canal, the
Thatcher Ferry Bridge and the
approach to the Balboa pier area.
It is fully air-conditioned and has
an independent power supply using
batteries and diesel engines en-
al.ing continued operation during
any electrical failure.
Local representatives of shipping
companies toured the new center
in November and December and
were given a preview of future
plans. Canal officials who briefed
them included Gerard J. Welch,
contracting officer's representative;
Capt. A. L. Gallin, then Deputy
Marine Director; and James C.
Foster, project engineer for the new
center.


y were transferred to the new center
iptain's Building in Balboa.



Now Is Best Time

For Car Inspection
The best time to have your car
inspected is right now. The early
birds who rushed over as soon as
inspections began are taken care of
and the wait-until-the-last-minute
crowd is just getting around to
thinking about the deadline date.
So the line during this mid-way
period is not only short but often
there is no line at all.
Privately-owned motor vehicles
licensed in the Canal Zone can be
inspected Mondays through Fridays
from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Feb-
ruary 28 at the Motor Transporta-
tion Division garages in Ancon and
Cristobal.
Cost for the inspection, includ-
ing windshield sticker and a certifi-
cate, is $1. A vehicle registration
must be presented at the time of
inspection.
Privately-owned motor vehicles
include motorcycles, trailers, semi-
trailers and boat trailers.


Liberal Leave Policy

In Effect for Carnival
Gov. H. R. Parfitt has announced
that liberal leave will be granted
during the Panama Carnival to
allow employees of the Canal orga-
nization to take part in the fes-
tivities.
This is a continuation of the
Governor's policy, announced last
year, to recognize Panamanian cul-
ture and the contribution of Pan-
ama and Panamanian employees of
the Canal organization by permit-
ting as many employees as possible
to stay away from work so they may
celebrate their national holidays.
Employees whose services can be
spared during the Carnival period
may be excused from their regular
work activities with the usual charge
to leave.


iMore Than 62 Years of Service to world Commerce


The Panama Canal Spillway
Vol. XV, No. 25 Friday, February 4,1977


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THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


February 4, 1977


Teginig Friay,M y 4, 1977
^^ JP B g inning Friday, February 4, 1977


BALBOA (Air-Conditioned)
Fri., 6:30, 8:00-Mustang Country IG)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00-The House That
Dripped Blood (SIT) (PG)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 10:00 a.m.-Tales of
Beatrix Potter (SIT) (G)
Sun. Jr. Mat., 12:30-Little Caesar (G)
Sat.-Sun., 2:30, 6:15, 8:35-Mon., 6:15,
8:35-Family Plot (PG)
Tues., 6:15, 8:00-Run of the Arrow (PG)
Wed.,6:15, 8:10-Operation CIA (SIT) (PG)
Thurs., 6:15, 7:55-Birds Do It, Bees Do It
(G)

GAMBOA*
Fri.-Africa Express (SIT) (G)
Friday Owl Show, 9:30-Invitation
to a Gunfighter (PG)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 6:15-Khartoum (G)
Sat., 8:15-Eight on the Lam (G)
Sun.-Grizzly (SIT) (PG)
Tues.-Chato's Land (PG)
Wed.-Patton (SIT) (PG)

PARAISO"
Sun.-Chato's Land (PG)
Mond.-Superdad (G)
Wed.-Grizzly (SIT) (PG)

COCO SOLO (Air-Conditioned)
Fri.-Superdad (G)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00-The Honkers (PG)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Apache (G)
Sat., 7:30-Patton (SIT) (PG)
Sun., 2:00, 7:30-Mon.-Tues., 7:30-
The Hiding Place (PG)
Wed., 7:30-Eye Witness (SIT) (PG)
Thurs., 7:30-A Man and a Woman (PG)


MARGARITA*
Fri.-Tales of Beatrix Potter (SIT) (G)
Friday Owl Show, 9:30-What's New
Pussycat (PG)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Kid! Galahad (G)
Sat.-Next Stop, Greenwich Village
(SIT) (R)
Sun. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Glory Guys (G)
Sun.-Mon.-Burnt Offerings (PG)
Tues.-Lipstick (R)


RAINBOW CITY*
(Air-Conditioned)
Sun.-Mon.---Eye Witness (SIT) (PG)
Tues.-A Man and a Woman (PG)
Wed.-Thurs.-The Hiding Place (PG)


CATUN MINITHEATER*
(Air-Conditioned)
Fri.-Battle of the Coral Sea (G)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Thief of Damascus (G)
Sat.-Legend of Hell House (PG)
Sun. Jr. Mat., 2:00-Two Head a Spy (G)
Sun.-Godfather Part I (R)

*All night shows begin at 7:00 except as
shown. All shows are post meridiem time
except 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
unless accompanied by parent or legal
guardian. (X) Persons under 17 not ad-
mitted. (SIT) Indicates Spanish titles.
(BW) All in color unless listed.


(Schedule subject to change without notice. (C) indicates color program.)


FRIDAY,
FEBRUARY 4

2:45-Sign-On News
2:50-Sesame Street
3:45-Big Valley
4:45-General Hospital
5:15-Green Acres
5:30-Sew What's New
6:00-Dateline (C)
6:40-You Asked for It (C)
7:05-The Fugitive
8:00-Qub Pasa? (C)
8:05-All in the Family (C)
8:30-Target:
The Impossible (C)
9:00-Focus on Today (C)
9:20-Movie: "All the
Kind Strangers"
(C)
10:25-The Late Show:
"Boomerang"



SATURDAY,
FEBRUARY 5

10:00-Sign-On News
10:05-Cartoon Carnival
12:05-Children's Special:
"Peter Pan"
1:45-Wyatt Earp
2:10-The Early Movie:
"Blondie Goes
To College"
3:25-Bonus Movie:
"Three Bullets
for a Long Gun"
4:50-Pro Bowlers' Tour
6:00-Weekend Report (C)
6:15-"I'll Quit Tomorrow"
(C) (This week only)
6:45-My World and Welcome
To It (C)
7:10-Carol Burnett
8:00-Donny and Marie
9:00-Weekend Report (C)
9:20-SCN Special
of the Week:
"NBC Saturday
Night" (Adult)
10:30-Creature Feature:
"The Unknown
Terror"


SUNDAY,
FEBRUARY 6


11:55-Sign-On News
12:00-Music and
the Spoken Word
12:30-This Is the Life
1:00-The Early Movie:
"Innocents
in Paris"
2:35-NBA Basketball:
Seattle vs.
Phoenix (C)
4:20-The Tucson Open (C)
6:00-Chronicle (C)
6:50-Andy Williams (C)
7:15-Variety Special:
"CBS Salutes
Lucy" (C)
9:00-Weekend Report (C)
9:15-Movie:
"Assault on
the Wayne" (C)
10:30-The Tonight Show (C)

MONDAY,
FEBRUARY 7

2:45- Sign-On News
2:50-Sesame Street
3:45-Wanted Dead or
Alive
4:10--Boh Cummings
4:45- General Hospital
5:15--I've Got a Secret
5:40-Truth or Consequences
6:00-Dateline (C)
6:40-Let's Make a Deal
7:05-Department "S" (C)
8:00-- Du Pasa? (C)
8:05-The Immortal
(This week only)
9:00-Focus on Today (C)
9:20--Monday Night Hockey:
Montreal vs.
Boston

TUESDAY,
FEBRUARY 8

2:45-Sign-On News
2:50-Make a Wish
3:15--Electric Company
3:45-Jim Bowie


4:10-Bob Cummings
4:45-General Hospital
5:15-The Price Is Right
6:00-Dateline (C)
6:40-High and Wild (C)
7:05-Police Surgeon (C)
7:30-Julia
8:00-60 Minutes (C)
9:00-Focus on Today (C)
9:15-Movie:
"Make Mine Mink"
11:00-Mike Douglas


WEDNESDAY,
FEBRUARY 9


-Sign-On News
-Sesame Street
-The Rifleman
-Bob Cummings
General Hospital
-Get Smart
-$20,000 Pyramid
-Dateline (C)
Talk About Pictures
(Series begins)
-The Defenders
-Qud Pasa? (C)
-The Lieutenant
-Focus on Today (C)
Movie:
"The Brainiac"
All-Star Wrestling


TIHURSDAY,
FEBRUARY 10

2:45--Sign-On News
2:50-The Real McCoys
3:15-Electric Company
3:45-The Monkees
4:10-Bob Cummings
4:45-General Hospital
5:15-Jack La Lanne
5:40-Wild Kingdom
6:00-Dateline (C)
6:40-The Jokers Wild
7:05-Variety Special:
"Johnny Cash" (C)
8:00-Wild Wild West
9:00-Focus on Today (C)
9:15-Movie:
"Retreat, Hell"
11:05-Armstrong Theater


I



People





in the





News














Here's a collector's item: Kevin
Jenkins on the wrong side of a
camera. An official photographer
assigned to the Administrative Serv-
ices Division's Graphic Branch,
Kevin is more often seen taking pic-
tures. At work and at play, he is
seldom without a camera in his
hands.
Kevin was born in Port Jervis,
N.Y., and lived there until he was
5 when his father, also a photog-
rapher, moved the family to Cal-
ifornia. There he opened his own
company, "Jenkins Photographics"
which he still runs, while also ac-
tuating as a special effects con-
sultant on major motion pictures.
Representing another aspect of
photography, Kevin's sister, Paula,
under the professional name Kris
Goddard, acts in radio and TV com-
mercials and is playing a part in
a new Walt Disney production


Exams Scheduled

For Engineers

The Canal Zone Board of Regis-
tration for Architects and Profes-
sional Engineers has announced
that the dates of the next Fun-
damentals of Engineering (FE) and
Principles and Practice of Engi-
neering (PE) examinations have
been set for Thursday, April 14,
and Friday, April 15.
The examinations are given in
1iEglish only.
Applicants who have been no-
tified that they are eligible for ad-
mission to these examinations
should write the Secretary of the
Board, Box 223, Balboa Heights,
C.Z., not later than February 22,
stating it is their intention to take
the examination.
Normal processing of new appli-
cations takes several weeks. There-
fore, those persons interested in
taking the examinations should
submit their application, which can
be obtained from the Secretary of
the Board at the above address or
by telephoning 52-7927, not later
than February 7, so that process-
ing of the application may be com-
pleted prior to the date of the
examination.


Kevin Jenkins


"Blue Grass Special" about a girl
jockey.
Photography wasn't Kevin's first
love. He really wanted to be a
pilot and worked hard at it from
the time he was 15 trading an hour
of waxing, polishing and fueling
planes for an hour of ground school
and pilot training. He was only
17 when he passed the FAA private
pilot exam.
Just out of high school, Kevin
had word that he was to be drafted
so he enlisted for Army Photogra-
phy School. After 6 months of
training at Fort Monmouth, N.J.,
he was assigned to the 534th Mil-
itary Police Company, Fort Clayton.
His assignments included such
stomach-turning jobs as photograph-
ing the results of traffic accidents,
homicides and investigative work.
A little of that and there's a big
need to get away from it all which
is what Kevin was doing one week-
end at Santa Clara beach when he
met Olga Fernandez who had come
down from Chicago to visit her
parents.
Not too much later, Olga and

Red Barn Activities
The Red Barn in Margarita is
open from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. and
from 7 to 10 p.m., Monday through
Thursday, and from 2 to 5:30 p.m.
and 7 to 10:30 p.m., Friday and
Saturday.
Activities include needlepoint
classes offered at 7 p.m., Tuesdays
and macrame classes at 4 p.m.
Monday. A disco dance is planned
for February 18 from 8 p.m. to
midnight.


Kevin had set a wedding date. Un-
fortunately, it turned out to be the
same week that he was discharged
from the Army and went to work
for the Canal organization. It was
a week to remember ending with
jitters that almost spelled disaster
when first Kevin returned from
photographing the governor to find
his flash was dead and later took
another picture without taking the
lens cover off. But nervous bride-
grooms are forgiven much and it
was just a few years later that Kevin
received an Outstanding Perform-
ance Award for the quality of his
work and a Special Achievement
Award for photographing a major
ship accident.
Olga, who until last year was
office manager at Florida State Uni-
versity, encouraged Kevin to re-
turn to school. He has received an
Associate in Arts Degree from FSU
and is now taking classes at Canal
Zone College for the credits he
needs to return to FSU for a Bach-
elor of Arts degree in business.
Because he works all day, goes to
college four evenings a week and
spends the hours in between with
Kenneth, 6, and Aileen, 2, Kevin
does his studying in the peace and
quiet of the hours from 3:45 to
6:30 a.m. each day.
Ranking right after his work and
education in importance is their
love of traveling and Kevin and
Olga have literally hundreds of pic-
tures of their visits to the western
states in the United States, most
countries of Europe, all of the
countries of Central America and
a small but soon-to-grow number
of countries of South America.


Panama Canal Spillway
HAROLD R. PARFITT RICILARID L. HUNT FRANK A. BALDWIN
Governor of the Canal Zone Lieutenant Governor Information Officer
TlE 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., Friday,
one week prior to publication. Only urgent material can be accepted as
late as noon Monday. Distributed free to all Panama Canal employees.
Subscriptions costs $4 for students and $6 for others. Airmail subscriptions
cost $19 a year. Make checks payable to Panama Canal Company and
address to: Chief, Administrative Services Division, P.O. Box M, Balboa
Heights, C.Z.


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February 4, 1977


THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


Book of Month Club

Selects Work on PC

For Month of May
David McCullough's book on the
Panama Canal, "The Path Between
the Seas," has been chosen as a
main selection of the Book of the
Month Club for the month of May.
The book is to be placed in circula-
tion by its publishers Simon and
Schuster in May, when it is to be
featured by the Book of the Month.
McCullogh did 5 years of re-
search to write the book which is a
comprehensive work on events lead-
ing up to the construction of the
Panama Canal. To gather data for
the book, McCullough traveled to
Europe, spent some time on the
Isthmus, and in Washington, D.C.
McCullough is the author of the
well-known books, "The Johnstown
Flood" and "The Great Bridge."

College Officials

To Hold Open House

For Local Residents
Students and parents from the
Canal Zone and Panama may ob-
tain information about university
study in the United States during
an open house at the Holiday Inn
February 8.
As part of the College Bound
Program, admissions officers from
15 universities and colleges will be
available for interviews in English
and Spanish from 3 to 8 p.m.
Appointments can be made by
calling 69-1122 or 69-1069.
The colleges represented are
Barry College, Miami Shores, Fla.;
Bennett College, Millbrook, N.Y.;
Biscayne College, Miami, Fla.; Coe
College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa;
Bradley University, Peoria, Ill.;
Eckerd College, St. Petersburg,
Fla.; Graham Junior College, Bos-
ton, Mass.; Kalamazoo College,
Kalamazoo, Mich.; Ladycliff Col-
lege, Highland Falls, N.Y.; Mary-
mount College of Virginia, Arling-
ton, Va.; Roger Williams College,
Bristol, R.I.; Stevens Institute of
Technology, Hoboken, N.J.; Sweet
Briar College, Sweet Briar, Va.;
Trinity College, Washington, D.C.;
and University of Miami.


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Cristobal High School cast members of "Arsenic and
Old Lace" pose at the Randolph Road sign. Seated
in the first row from left to right are: Jeff Rozmeski,
Jeff Fryer, and Ron Pierce. Standing in the middle


Arts and Crafts Festival
The Atlantic Art Set will hold
an arts and crafts spring festival
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., March 26,
at the Elks' bohio in Margarita.
The festival is open to all per-
sons wishing to enter their art and
craft works. Those who wish to set
up tables to display their creations
may do so for a small fee. Refresh-
ments will be on sale at the fes-
tival.
For more information, call 43-
5432 or 43-3421.

League of Women Voters
All persons who are interested in
the League of Women Voters, who
presently are members of the
League, or who have been mem-
bers elsewhere, call Teddy Morri-
son, 52-2917, or Barbara O'Connor,
23-6677.


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That suggestions do not have to be big and dramatic to improve conditions
where Canal employees work was demonstrated when Joe J. Duda
suggested the replacement of two socket head screws in a piece of equip-
ment and Donald R. Chancy suggested the installation of a security light
on the stairway to the control house operating area. Duda's suggestion
was adopted and Chaney's resulted in the reactivation of an existing light
to help identify persons entering the control house. Both Locks Division
employees were awarded Incentive Suggestion Award Certificates and
Duda received a $50 check and Chaney a $25 check. At the presentation
ceremonies, from left, are Capt. A. L. Gallin, Marine Director; Chaney;
Duda; and Larry Barca, Jr., Chief, Locks Division.


row are: Luke Merry, Heather Slimon, Heidi Kuehn,
Ginger Sell, Bob Carwithen, and Giovanni Ferrari.
Above the sign are: Alex Tiniacos, Glenn Brandl, and
Albert Sperling. Tickets may be purchased at the door.


CANAL ZONE GOVERNMENT-PANAMA CANAL COMPANY

PERSONNEL BUREAU


In-Service Employee Transfer-


Vacancy Bulletin

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for appointment without regard
religion, color, national origin, sex, age, partisan political affiliation, or any
merit factor. Qualified handicapped individuals may call or visit the Coordinato
Employment of the Handicapped Program for counseling with regard to any of t
listed vacancies. The Coordinator's office is located in Building 363, Ancon, C.
telephone 52-7570. A separate application must be submitted for each job listed.
rates shown will be increased for U.S. citizens by appropriate differential plus a
where applicable. 1 Indicates written test requirement. � Signifies a security posi
filled only by a U.S. citizen


PERMANENT POSITIONS Base Rate
Clerk (Checker) NM-2 (First 40 hours)----- -------- $5,636.80
Clerk Stenographer NM-51� -------- ---------$6,697.60
Clerk Typist NM-41 ------ ------- $5,990.40
Clerk Typist NM-31------------- $5,345.60
Clerk Typist NM-31 -------- ----------------_$5,345.60
Clerk Typist NM-41 (Knowledge of Spanish) -_ --- $5,990.40

Electrician Helper MG-5 (Knowledge of English and
swimming ability required) - ------ ----- _$2.54
Housing Project Assistant/Housing Project Manager
NM-5/7 (Driver's license required) --- __ $6,697.60/$11,211.20
Machinist MG-10 (Knowledge of English and
swimming ability required)-------- -------------$6.46
Mail and File Clerk NM-2 (Driver's license required) --- $4,908.80
Medical Aid (Ambulance) NM-3
(Driver's license and shift work required)- _____ $5,345.60
Medical Officer (General Practice) NM-12/13 _$24,772.20/$28,142.40
Motor Vehicle Operator MG-5 (First 40 hours) (Knowledge
of English and driver's license required) _________ $2.54
Nurse/Clinical Nurse NM-7/9
(Shift work required) ------- _ $11,211.20/$13,707.20
Personnel Clerk (Typing) NM-4 . ----- __$5,990.40
Plumber Helper MG-5 -------- --- $2.54
Stevedore MG-7 (First 40 hours) __---______--$2.88
Supply Clerk NM-4 --- __-------_- . -___ $5,990.40
Translator NM-7/8 (Bilingual) --- -- $11,211.20/$12,419.60


TEMPORARY POSITIONS
Clerk Typist NM-31 (NTE 8-1-77) ___ ___----- $5,345.60
Clerk Typist NM-31 (NTE 9-77) ------- ------___ $5,345.60
Clinic Clerk Receptionist NM-3 (NTE 1 year) (Bilingual) _$5,345.60
File Clerk NM-2 (NTE 1 year)----- -----------$4,908.80
Food Service Worker MG-4 (NTE 1 year) (Shift work required)- $2.45
Guard NM-4 (NTE 9-77) Knowledge of Spanish and
driver's license required) --- ---------- -- $5,990.40
Laundry Machine Operator MG-3 (NTE 1 year)
(Part-time NTE 20 hours) ----- --------- --- $2.33


Bureau
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Division ti
Terminals
Gen. Counsel
Locks
Customs
Electrical
Prob. & Paro
Unit

Locks

Com. Serv.

Locks
Com. Serv.

Coco Solo Ho
Coco Solo Ho

Motor Trans.

Health
Industrial-
Water & Labs
Terminals
Gorgas Hos.
Adm. Serv.


Maintenance
Police
Gorgas Hos.
Gorgas Hos.
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Experts To Discuss

Divorce, Aftermath
A psychiatrist, an attorney and
a minister are among the experts
I to race, who will examine the subject of
other non- divorce and its aftermath during
Ir for the
the below- a panel discussion entitled "So
anal Zone, You're Divorced, What Now?" at
The base 7 p.m., February 7, at the Panama
tax factor Canal Training Center.
tion to be
Sponsored by The Jet Set, a cul-
tural, educational and social club
Lo- Va- with members from the Canal Zone
ca can-
ion cies and Panama, the panel discussion
A 5 is open to the public and admission
P 1 is free.
A 1 Panelists will be Dr. Kenneth
A 1 E. Lake, Assistant Dean, Canal
P 1 Zone College; Dr. Lyndon E.
le Ginett, psychologist, Canal Zone
P 1 Mental Health Center; Dr. Luis
Picard-Ami, prominent Panamanian
A-P 1-1 psychiatrist; Ms. Ray Dymond,
Youth Advisor, Canal Zone Police;
P 1 Chaplain (Lt. Col.) H. Alexander,
Director of Family Life Services,
A 1 193d Infantry Brigade (C.Z.); and
P 1 Ms. Patricia J. Lindley, an attorney
on the staff of the Panama Canal
's. A 2 General Counsel's Office.
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A question-and-answer session
will follow the formal discussion
A 1 d.
period.


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Applications must be submitted on Form 443, APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER, no later th
seven (7) calendar days from the date of this publication. Qualification standards may
reviewed at the Employment and Placement Branch, Building 366, Ancon, or Building 110
Cristobal. Further information may be obtained from the Employment and Placement Brani
telephone 52-3583, 52-7867 or 43-1288.


1 Caribbean College Club
1 Plans Country Store Fair
10
The Caribbean College Club's
1 one big fund-raising event of the
year, the Country Store Fair, will
be held at the Red Barn in Mar-
1 garita next to the Service Center,
1 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Feb-
1 ruary 12. All proceeds will go
1 toward scholarships for Canal Zone
1 students.
The store will feature handi-
3 crafts, plants, baked goods, white
elephants, square dancing, games,
1 train ride, fish pond for children,
an food and drinks and door prizes.
be There will be fun for the entire
5, family.
ch, The public is invited. Admission
is 25 cents.


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Customer Service

Area To Be Opened

Monday at Section B
The Division of Storehouses will
open a new customer service area
at Section B on Monday. Hours of
service for credit sale customers will
be from 7 to 11 a.m., and from
11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday
through Friday, excluding holidays.
Display cases containing samples
of items most requested by cus-
tomers will augment the Storehouse
Stock Catalog, which will be avail-
able for customers to browse
through. Storehouse personnel will
provide assistance at the counter
and a Take-a-Number system for
service will be in effect for credit
sale customers. Preference will con-
tinue to be given Company/Gov-
ernment units at the counter.
A policy change, pertaining to
returning stock items for credit, is
also effective Monday. Prior to re-
ceiving approval for a return to
stock, credit sale customers must
show the Credit Sale Document
(pink copy) given to them at the
time of purchase.
The public's cooperation will be
greatly appreciated during this
operational change, and every effort
will be made to render service as
rapidly as possible.


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February 4, 1977


Folkloric Dances Start
At Ruins of Old Panama
The annual dry season folkloric
presentations at Old Panama began
last Saturday and will continue each
Saturday through February and
March. The shows begin promptly
at 10 a.m.
Staged in a historical setting,
against the ruins of the old city,
the presentations feature the best
folkloric talents of Panama.
The public is invited to enjoy the
colorful spectacles free of charge.
Cameras are recommended.
The presentations are sponsored
by the Panama Institute of Tourism
and Kodak Panama, Ltd.

Black History Month

Program To Include

Prize Winning Play
The Canal Zone College and
Office of Equal Employment Op-
portunity will present a one-act play
in Spanish The Death of Alfredo
Gris in the College Auditorium on
Friday and Saturday, February 11
and 12. The play, with a cast of
four, will be presented as a cultural
event celebrating Black History
Month.
Four students of Panama's Na-
tional School of Theatre and the
Grupo Experimental Todas (GET)
company, Danny Calden, Herbert
Maloney, Maritza Gray, and Abdul
Black, will appear in the work by
Venezuelan playwright Rodolfo San-
tana Salas. Salas won the first prize
for Alfredo Gris at the Seventh
Annual Competition of Literary
Works (Theatre) held at the Univer-
sity of Zulia.
The play centers on the action
and dialogue of two individuals
with opposite personalities; the
physically strong and the physically
weak and the spiritually strong and
spiritually weak. It is theatre of the
absurd. What should be is not.
What should not be is. Neverthe-
less, in this setting of absurdity,
man retains his dignity and in-
tegrity.
Alfredo Gris is being directed by
Bruce Quinn who recently won
Panama's "Oscar" (the Buho de
Oro) for his co-direction of the rock
opera Jesus Christ Superstar. Cur-
tain is at 7:30 p.m. Price of admis-
sion is 50 cents.

Observatory Reopens

For 1977 Dry Season
The Canal Zone Observatory has
reopened for the 1977 dry season.
From 7 to 9 p.m. each Tuesday
and Sunday, John W. Seaquist,
who is in charge of the observatory,
will lecture, answer questions, point
out interesting astronomical sights
and occurrences and explain how
to use the telescope.
At this time of year, visitors who
are at the observatory about 7:45
p.m. will be able to see Saturn
rising in the east with its rings
clearly visible, Venus in the west-
ern sky, and the planet Jupiter
directly overhead.
The observatory, which is oper-
ated by the Division of Schools, is
located behind the Miraflores Fil-
tration Plant.

Atlantic Side Radio Classes
A class is being formed for At-
lantic siders who are interested in
amateur radio. Novice instructions
will be given at 7 p.m. on Mondays
in Room 149 of Cristobal High
School. For additional information,
call Coco Solo 43-6544.


Discussing plans for the School Dental Examination
Program with Health Director Col. Albert L. Gore
(right) are: Dr. Preston H. Beatty, Jr., Chief, Health
Bureau Dental Service (left); Tess Owen, Dental
Hygienist, Gorgas Dental Clinic; and Dr. Richard A.
Cheville, School Physician. The annual program, to be
launched during National Children's Dental Health
Week, February 6-12, and continuing through June,
includes dental examinations of all children from


Florida Paper Carries Story

On Holder of Roosevelt Medal


A few men at the Panama Canal
Society of Florida's annual reunion
were different from the other 1,100
guests. They wore the Roosevelt
Medal awarded to the brave men


UW Softball Benefit

Games Tickets on Sale
Softball fans will have an oppor-
tunity to see the remarkable pitch-
ing of Eddie Feigner when he and
his three teammates play against the
best nine-man softball teams that
can be assembled.
"King" Feigner and his "court,"
as they are billed, will perform at
7 p.m., February 15, at Mount
Hope Stadium and 7:30 p.m.,
February 16 and 17, at the Balboa
Stadium. Proceeds from all the
games will go to the Canal Zone
United Way. In addition to the
games, there will be demonstrations
of Feigner's unusual ability.
Tickets for the games are being
sold for $2 for adults and $1 for
students. They are available at
numerous locations in the Canal
Zone and at the stadiums.
Feigner and his teammates have
gained a worldwide reputation by
defeating leading teams from many
nations. Feigner has pitched some
800 no-hitters and 200 perfect
games. He has struck out thousands
of batters while hurling blindfolded.

Water Safety Course Offered
A Red Cross Water Safety In-
structor Course will be held at the
Los Rios Swimming Pool on Mon-
day, Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday mornings from 8:30 to 10:30
starting February 14.
Persons 17 years of age, holding
a current Red Cross Advanced Life-
saving Certificate, are eligible to
take this course.
Interested persons may call Jean
R. Wainio at the Los Rios Swim-
ming Pool, telephone 52-6417.


kindergarten through junior high school, on both sides
of the Isthmus, to check for dental decay, orthodontic
problems, dental related speech impediments, and level
of home dental care. Children needing dental work
will be given a card for their parents who should
make arrangements for corrective treatment with the
dentist of their choice. The examination program is to
stimulate interest in both students and parents of the
importance of early dental care to good oral health.


Gorgas Nurse Named

To AFGE Committee
A Gorgas Hospital nurse is the
first woman from the 15th District
of the American Federation of Gov-
ernment Employees to be elected to
serve on a national committee.
Jean V. Barber Judie Lewis will
1be in Washington, D.C., February
6-12 to discuss women's programs
at a seminar sponsored by the Na-
tional Women's Advisory Commit-
tee of the AFGE. She was elected
to be a representative of the com-
mittee while attending the 1976
AFGE convention as a delegate of
Canal Zone Nurses Lodge 1805.
At the Washington seminar, she
will represent the 15th District of
the AFGE, which is known as the
International District and takes in
the Canal Zone, Germany, Puerto
Rico, Hawaii, the Virgin Islands,
Guam and Okinawa.
A native of southern California,
Ms. Lewis has been an active mem-
her of the AFGE since her employ-
ment at Gorgas Hospital 4 years
ago as a clinical nurse specialist in
cardiology in the Coronary Care
Unit. She is a member of the Amer-
ican Nurses Association and the
Panama Nurses Association.


who came to the Isthmus of Pan-
ama to build a canal and had the
courage to stay.
One of those oldtimers was
Walter L. Hersh, 93, who was in-
terviewed for a feature article that
appeared in the St. Petersburg
Times.
Hersh, who retired from the
Canal organization in 1945 and now
lives in St. Petersburg, told the
Times reporter about the days when,
fresh out of what was then Penn-
sylvania State College, he booked
passage on a steamer and arrived
on the Isthmus at the age of 26.
He was an electrical engineer but
went to work as a wireman for 65
cents an hour. Within 2 years, he
was earning $400 a month super-
vising the construction of a 44,000
volt transmission line along the
Panama Railroad.
That was when Hersh made out
a payroll deduction of $30 to pay
for Essie Althouse's passage to the
Canal Zone. They were married
and two daughters were born here.
One, Edna, lives in Diablo
Heights and is a substitute elemen-
tary schoolteacher.

Radiologic Technology
Training Available
Applications are being accepted
until February 15 for radiologic
technology training at Canal Zone
College.
The first class of technologists will
graduate from Gorgas Hospital and
Canal Zone College June 1, 1977,
and a new class will start July 1.
Information and applications con-
cerning the class are available at
Canal Zone College.
The program is approved by the
American Registry of Radiologic
Technologists and those who suc-
cessfully complete the program re-
ceive a license and an Associate in
Science degree.


Jean V. Barber Judie Lewis


New Priorities

Established for

Tennis Courts
The Balboa, Curundu and Diablo
Tennis courts have been posted
against trespassing by persons not
holding Canal Zone Privilege Cards.
These persons, however, will be
permitted to use the courts when
they are not being used by persons
who have authorization.
This measure has been taken in
an effort to make the three facil-
ities more accessible to Panama
Canal Company-Canal Zone Gov-
ernment employees and their de-
pendents who possess full privileges.
New priority for utilization will be
as follows:
a. School classes and matches.
b. Prearranged official tourna-
ment play sanctioned by the Recrea-
tion Services Office.
c. Panama Canal employees and
their dependents who possess full
Canal Zone privileges.
d. Active military and others
possessing full Canal Zone privi-
leges.
e. Others.
Monitors will be stationed at the
courts from 4:30 to 9 p.m. on week-
days, and from 8 a.m. to 12 noon,
4:30 to 9 p.m. on weekends, to
enforce the priority listing, court
rules, and to assign courts to author-
ized players. All employees will be
asked to show Canal Zone privilege
cards upon requesting a court.
Courts will be assigned to author-
ized players on a first come. first
play basis.



Blood Bank

Honor Roll

COCO SOLO HOSPITAL
Terminals Division:
Vilma E. Morris
Ana T. Krapfl
Carlos Romney
Jos6 Mario Solis
Llewelyen O. Nicholson
Nistor A. Caterson
Port Captain Cristobal:
Carlos Barker
Rolando A. Muir
Evrol A. Allen
Personnel Operations:
Margarita Krapfl
Construction Division:
William E. Garner
Health, Coco Solo Hospital:
Marian S. Gregg
Alexis P. Lim Lou
Maintenance Division:
Harold M. Meyer
John R. Gough
Richard S. Zornes
Fire Division:
Ricardo A. Barker
Locks Division:
Dean J. Gibson
Bernard C. Mans
A. J. Richardson
Charles Watson
Postal Division:
Donna J. Bunnell

NOW Chapter Forming
An organizational meeting for the
National Organization of Women
will be held at The Bridge in
Balboa at 8 p.m., February 15. All
Isthmian women are invited. Those
who are interested but cannot
attend the meeting are asked to
call Rose Miller at 84-4091.


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Barcos de Investigaci6n


Cientifica Cruzan el Canal


Este mes cruzarAn el Canal dos
barcos de investigaci6n poco comu-
nes, con rumbo hacia un lugar cer-
ca de las Islas GalApagos, para co-
laborar en un proyecto de investi-
gaci6n del lecho submarine, con la
Universidad del Estado de Oregon.
El Institute OceanogrAfico Woods
Hole, de Woods Hole, Massachu-
setts estA a cargo de la operaci6n
de estos barcos que son el Knorr de
245 pies y la Lulu de 105 pies. Esta
ultima es una embarcaci6n nodriza
del vehiculo de investigaci6n para
grandes profundidades llamado
"Alvin".
El Knorr lleva a bordo una dota-
ci6n de 9 oficiales y 16 tripulantes,
ademAs de un equipo de 24 cienti-
ficos. La Lulu, catimar6n auxiliar
del "Alvin", lleva 11 tripulantes y
15 cientificos. Ambos barcos fueron
construidos por la Armada de los
Estados Unidos.
En 1974, el Knorr particip6 en el
Estudio Submarino del Medio-
Oc6ano Francoamericano en el Bajo
del AtlAntico Medio, al sur del Ar-
chipielago de las Azores. En 1973
la nave se us6 para una misi6n de
9 meses desde el Circulo Artico
hasta los limits de la Antartica en
el Estudio Geoquimico de la Sec-
ci6n OceAnica, en busca de datos


Enmiendan Ley Sobre

Comunidad de Bienes
A partir del afio impositivo 1977,
los empleados estadounidenses del
Gobierno de los Estados Unidos que
resident y trabajan en la Zona del
Canal no podran adjudicar la mitad
de sus salaries al c6nyuge extran-
jero no resident a fin de que se
grave s61o la mitad de sus ingresos.
Esta enmienda esta incorporada
en la Ley de Reforma Tributaria
de 1976 que ademAs estipula que
s6lo los ingresos provenientes de
bienes conjuntos podran ser trata-
dos como comunidad de ingresos,
permiti6ndose en estos casos una
division equitativa (de 50-50) entire
los c6nyuges.
Los empleados cuyas retenciones
tributaries ahora resulten insuficien-
tes para cubrir el impuesto sobre la
renta de 1977 deberan hablar con
el oficinista de n6minas correspon-
diente acerca de la factibilidad de
aumentar la cantidad de dichas re-
tenciones y de llenar un nuevo
formulario W-4.


Asesor de Impuestos

Visitara la Zona
El Servicio de Rentas Internas de
los Estados Unidos este afio vol-
veri a prestar asistencia a los con-
tribuyentes que resident en la Zona
del Canal y en PanamA.
Edmund Kulsick, asesor de im-
puestos, visitarA el Istmo para
reunirse con los ciudadanos de los
Estados Unidos que necesitan asis-
tencia en la preparaci6n de sus
declaracioaes de renta.
Se reunirA con los residents del
sector AtlAntico el viernes 11 de
febrero de 7:30 a.m. a 4 p.m. en el
cuarto 108 del Edificio de Admi-
nistraci6n de Crist6bal.
En el sector Pacifico las consul-
tas serin de 7:30 a 4 p.m. el jueves
17 de febrero y de 8 a.m. a 12 m.
el 18 de febrero en el cuarto 15-A
del Edificio de Administraci6n en
Balboa Heights.
Posteriormente regresarA al Istmo
un asesor de impuestos para ofre-
cer consultas el 12 y 13 de abril.
La hora y lugar de estas consultas
se anunciarai oportunamente.
Para mayores informes puede
llamarse al 52-7995.


acerca de la forma en que se mezcla
el oc6ano a trav6s de periods pro-
longados. El afio pasado, el Knorr
sirvi6 de laboratorio flotante y en
61 se condujeron investigaciones de
la Fosa de CaimAn, una depresi6n
oceanica cuatro veces mis profun-
da que el Gran Cafi6n de Colorado.
Las investigaciones precedieron a
un nmmero plural de inmersiones
del "Alvin", las cuales proporciona-
ron a la ciencia la primera series
documentada de especimenes de
roca de la corteza submarine. Los
cientificos tambi6n pudieron regis-
trar los temblores secundarios que
siguieron inmediatamente despu6s
del primer y mayor terremoto de
Guatemala.
El "Alvin" se sumergirA aproxi-
madamente 15 veces entire el 8 de
febrero y el 25 de marzo en la Fisu-
ra de Galapagos, una corteza sub-
marina que se extiende aproximada-
mente 200 mills al noreste de las
Islas Galapagos, en un Area en que
el oc6ano tiene casi 2 millas de
profundidad.
Los cientificos explorarAn por pri-
mera vez las fuentes termales en el
fondo del Pacifico para determinar
c6mo se forma la sedimentaci6n rica
en metales. Se espera que estos des-
cubrimientos ayuden a los cientifi-
cos a comprender la historic del
agua de mar y la transferencia t6r-
mica del interior telirico a los
oc6anos.
Habra un piloto y dos cientificos
alojados dentro de una esfera de
6 pies de presi6n, en la parte delan-
tera del "Alvin" durante las inmer-
siones, las cuales podrAn durar has-
ta 8 horas. Asi los cientificos ten-
dran la oportunidad de fotografiar
todo lo que vean y ademAs podrin
activar una tenaza exterior que tie-
ne el vehiculo para recoger mues-
tras de rocas y de sedimento. Igual-
mente podrAn determinar las tem-
peraturas y propiedades quimicas
de las fuentes termales submarines
y obtener muestras del agua.


El personal asignado a la Divisi6n de Operaciones de actividad. Las operaciones de Control de TrAfico Mari-
Transito convierte el nuevo Centro de Control de timo fueron trasladadas recientemente del Edificio de
TrAfico Maritimo en La Boca en una colmena de la Capitania del Puerto en Balboa al nuevo centro.



Trasladan a Nuevo Centro Este es el Momento
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Uperaciones de Iransito


La Division de Operaciones de
TrAnsito del Canal de la Direcci6n
de Marina, recientemente se trasla-
d6 al nuevo Centro de Control de
TrAfico Maritimo en La Boca, con-
solidando asi las operaciones que
anteriormente se atendian en los
edificios Terminales de Balboa y
Crist6bal.


Nombran a Enrique Marquez

JeFe del Ramo de Mantenimiento


Enrique MArquez, Jefe de la Sec-
ci6n de Planificaci6n, Presupuesto
e Ingenieria de la Divisi6n de Man-
tenimiento, ha sido ascendido al
cargo de Jefe del Ramo de Mante-
nimiento del sector AtlAntico.
Oriundo de la ciudad de PanamA,
obtuvo su educaci6n primaria y se-
cundaria en el Colegio La Salle de
Panama. En 1966 se gradu6 de la
Universidad Cat6lica en Washing-
ton, D.C., donde se licenci6 en Inge-
nieria MecAnica y, al afio siguien-
te, obtuvo su Maestria en Ingenieria
Mecanica. Ademis, tiene una Maes-
tria en Administraci6n de Negocios
que obtuvo en 1974 del program
de posgrado que ofrece la Univer-
sidad de Oklahoma en Fort Clayton.
MArquez se integr6 a la organi-
zaci6n del Canal en agosto de 1967
como ingeniero mecanico en la Ofi-
cina del Jefe del Ramo de Manteni-
miento. En 1974 fue ascendido a la
posici6n que ocup6 hasta su recien-
te ascenso.
Actualmente es miembro y Se-
cretario-Tesorero de la Sociedad de
Ingenieros Profesionales de la Zona
del Canal y de la Sociedad Pana-
mefia de Ingenieros y Arquitectos.
Siguiendo el ejemplo de su padre,
el bien conocido hombre de nego-
cios Clarence MArquez, quien por
muchos afios fue uno de los miem-
bros mAs activos del Club de Leo-
nes de PanamA, Enrique tambien
es Director del Club de Leones de
PanamA, enorgulleci6ndose de su
participaci6n en las numerosas acti-


vidades de dicho club. Su madre,
Maria (Nena) Pascual de MArquez,
ha participado activamente en orga-
nizaciones ben6ficas de PanamA y
actualmente se dedica a actividades
del Club de Jardineria.
MArquez esta casado con Millie
Dominguez, de PanamA, que trabaja
como Ayudante en Tarifas de Pasa-
jeros, en el Ramo de Transporte del
Canal de PanamA. Los MArquez y
sus tres hijos Eileen de 6 afios, En-
rique, Jr. de 5 y Gustavo Adolfo
de 1, viven en Villa de las Fuentes
en la ciudad de PanamA.


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Enrique Marquez


El traslado de aproximadamente
75 personas incluy6 aqu6llos que
trabajaban directamente en la ope-
raci6n de Control de TrAfico Mari-
timo, la oficina del Jefe de la Divi-
si6n de Operaciones de Transito
y su personal inmediato, la Unidad
de Rotaci6n y N6mina de Pilotos
y los empleados encargados de tra-
bajos afines.
Este traslado se efectu6 despu6s
de una cuidadosa planificaci6n para
asegurar una transici6n sin tropie-
zos. Los cambios telef6nicos se hi-
cieron por adelantado y los sistemas
de comunicaciones de radio ya se
habian instalado y verificado antes
del traslado.
La mudanza propiamente dicha
se llev6 a cabo entire medianoche
y las 8 a.m. del 10 de enero, un
period bastante calmado de trAfico
de barcos.
Tal como se habia programado,
las operaciones de Control de Tri-
fico Maritimo seguirAn haci6ndose
manualmente por ahora y gradual-
mente se harA la transici6n al
nuevo sistema con ayuda de com-
putadoras.
El nuevo centro se encuentra en
una loma desde la cual se divisa
el Canal, el Puente Thacher Ferry
y la entrada al Area de los muelles
de Balboa. Todo el local tiene aire
acondicionado y estA dotado de un
abastecimiento de energia indepen-
diente que utiliza baterias y moto-
res diesel, permitiendo asi la ope-
raci6n continue aln durante fallas
electricas.
Los representantes locales de las
compaiiias navieras visitaron el
nuevo centro en noviembre y di-
ciembre y se les dio una charla de
orientaci6n sobre los planes futu-
ros. Los funcionarios del Canal que
dieron estas charlas de orientaci6n
fueron Gerard J. Welch, represen-
tante del Funcionario Encargado
de Contratos; el Capitin A. L.
Gallin, entonces Subdirector de Ma-
rina; y James C. Foster, ingeniero
del proyecto del nuevo centro.


Ahora es el mejor moment para
llevar su vehiculo a pasar el revi-
sado. Los tempraneros que se apre-
suraron a hacer esta diligencia
cuando se inici6 el period de ins-
pecciones ya no tienen que preocu-
parse, y los que suelen esperar
hasta el iltimo minute, apenas si
estAn comenzando ahora a pensar
en el vencimiento del plazo, asi
que ahora mismo no hay que hacer
filas.
Los vehiculos particulares matri-
culados en la Zona del Canal pue-
den revisarse de lunes a viernes de
8 a.m. a 5 p.m. hasta el 28 de fe-
brero en los talleres d la Divisi6n
d Transportes a Motor de Anc6n
y Crist6bal.
El costo del revisado incluyendo
la calcomania y el certificado de
inspecci6n es de $1. Para pasar re-
visado se require el certificado de
matricula del vehiculo.
Los vehiculos a motor particu-
lares incluyen motocicletas, remol-
ques, semirremolques y remolques
de lancha.

Pocdr Tomarse Tiempo

Libre Para Carnavales
El Gobernador H. R. Parfitt ha
anunciado que adoptara una poli-
tica flexible en la concesi6n de va-
caciones para los Carnavales de
PanamA, a fin de permitir que los
empleados de la organizaci6n del
Canal participen en dichas cele-
braciones.
Esta es una continuaci6n de la
political anunciada el afio pasado
por el Gobernador, de reconocer la
contribuci6n de la cultural de Pana-
mA y de los empleados panamefos
a la organizaci6n del Canal, permi-
tiendo que el mayor nuimero posi-
ble de empleados pueda tomar
tiempo libre de sus trabajos para
celebrar los dias feriados nacionales
de Panami.
Los empleados de cuyos servicios
se pueda prescindir durante los dias
de carnavales, podrAn ausentarse de
sus trabajos regulars, cargAndose-
les el tiempo que tomen libre a sus
vacaciones anuales.


VF�It


Mds de 62 Ahos al Servicio del Comercio Mundial


Spillway del Canal de Panama


Viernes 4 de Febrero de 1977


Vol. XV, No. 25


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SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Febrero 4, 1977


Viernes 4 de Fe
PARAISO
Domingo-Chato's Land (PG)
Lunes-Superdad (G)


brero de 1977
RAINBOW CITY
(Aire Acondicionado)
Domingo y lunes-Eye Witness (SIT) (PG)
Martes-A Man and a Woman (PG) ,


Miercoles-Grizzly (SIT) (PG) Miercples y jueves-The Hiding Place i(Pi)
GUIA DE PELICULAS: (G) Audiencia general. Se permitira 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 aios no sernn admitidos, a no ser que
Ileguen acompafiados de uno de los padres a por su guardian legal. (X) No se admitirA menores
de 17 afios. (SIT) Pelicula con titulos en espafiol.


C? l0,3l _ *A colors. Sujeto a cambios sin preoio aviso.


VIERNES 4:30
11:30-Salty y la Foca* 6:00-
12:00-La Familia Munster 7:00-
12:30-Tras la Noticia 8:00-
1:00-La Tremenda Corte� 9:00-
1:30-Cine vespertino 10:00-
3:00-Cocinemos con Rosita
3:30-Plaza Sisamo* 11�30
4:00-Programa Infantil 12:00
5:00-Tierra de Gigantes 12:30
6:00-La Tremenda Corte 1:00-
6:30-Teved6s Informa 1:30
7:30-La Familia Ingalls 3:00
8:30-Cine de Acciin :
y Misterio 4:00-
10:00-Ultimas Noticias 4:30
10:15-Ultima Tanda
5:00-
SABADO
11:00-De Mujer a Mujer 6:00-
11:30-Cocina Ostero 6:30-
12:00-Munster 7:30
12:30-Tras la Noticia 8:30-
1:00-Fittbol en TV-2 y 10:00-
Polla Hipica 10:15-
y Deportiva
5:00-Cine Sabatino 11:30
6:30-Teved6s Informa 1:00
7:30-Los Protectores* 1230-
8:00-Historia Policial* 1:00
9:00-Archivo Confidencial 1:30
10:00-Cine de Oro 3:00
DOMINGO 3:30
10:15-Todo por la Patria 4:00
12:00--Suerte y Alegria 4:30-
12:30-Boxeo de Ayer y Hoy 5:00-
2:00-Club PTL 6:00-
3:00-Mundo Inddmito 6:30-
3:30-Atrapados 7:30-
C:alxXa 4 OA
VIERNES 1:30-
10:50-Documental 5:30-
10:55-Festival de Cartones 7:00-
11:15-El Arte de Cocinar* 8:00-
11:45-Dos Locos Disponibles 9:00-
12:15-Candilejas * 10:00-
1:00-Informativo del Mediodia
1:30-Un Extrao en0:45
Nuestras Vidas 11:00-
2:30-Mundo de Juguetes 11:15-
3:00-Cartas sin Destino * 1
3:30-Las Aventuras de 1
Simeoldn y Listolin 12:15
4:00-Mis Tres Hijos 1:00
4:30-Los Secretos de Isis" 1:30
5:00-Las Aventuras en
2:30-
el Quinto Continente 0
5:30-La Isla de Guilligans 3:30
6:00-Telenoticias RPC
7:00-Pentagrama * 00-
8:00-El Milagro de Vivir 4:00
9:00-La Zulianita 4:0
10:00-Cuesti6n de Minutos 5:00
10:15-Viernes Deportivo 5:30
6:00-
SABADO 7:00
10:00-Camino de la Verdad
10:30-Festival de Cartones 9:00
10:45-Visi6n :00-
11:15--Palomitas de Maiz 10:0
11:45-Reino Animal en Crisis" 10:15
12:15-Hogar Dulce Hogar*
12:45--nformativo 10:40-
1:30-Sibados con Martinez 10:50-
Blanco * 11:15
4:00-Daktari * 11:45
5:00-La Ley del Rev6lver * 12:15-
6:00-Telenoticias RPC 1:00-
7:00-Emergencia' 1:30-
8:00-Escape
9:00-Centro M6dico" 2:30-
10:00-Cine Monumental 3:00-
3:30-
DOMINGO
9:00-Himno Nacional 4:00-
9:04-Documental 4:30-
9:15-La Santa Misa * 5:00-
10:00-Ciencia para
los Jivenes 5:30-
10:30-Todo por la Patria * 6:00-
12:00-Silvese Quien Pueda 7:00-
12:30-Carcajadas 8:00


-Cine de accidn
-Disneylandia
-Ellery Queen"
-La Mujer Bi6nica
-Matt Helm"
-Superestreno
LUNES
-Mi Oso y Yo
-La Familia Munster
-Tras la Noticia
-La Tremenda Corte"
-Cine vespertino
-Cocinemos con Rosita
-Plaza Sisamo"
-Maguila Gorila
-Tom y Jerry"
-Viaje al Fondo
del Mar
-La Tremenda Corte"
-Tevedis Informa
-Escuadr6n Policiaco"
-Cine favoritoo
-Ultimas Noticias
-Ultima Tanda
MARTES
-King Kong"
-La Familia Munster
-Tras la Noticia
-La Tremenda Corte*
-Cine vespertino
-Cocinemos con Rosita
-Plaza S6samo
-Batfink
-Milton el Monstruoo
-El Tinel del Tiempo
-La Tremenda Corte�
-Teved6s Informa
-Lucas Tanner"


8:30-Bronko*
9:30-Nocturnal
10:00-Ultimas Noticias
10:15-Ultima Tanda
MIERCOLES
11:30-Skippy el Canguro
12:00-Loteria y Alegria
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-La Tremenda Corte*
1:30-Cine vespertine
3:00-Cocinemos con Rosita
3:30-Plaza SBsamo*
4:00-Los 4 Fantlsticos*
4:30-Diablos del Volante
5:00-Combate
6:00-La Tremenda Corte"
6:30-Teved6s Informa
7:30-Baretta*
8:30-Trilogia Policiaca"
10:00-Ultimas Noticias
10:15-Ultima Tanda
JUEVES
11:30-Flipper
12:00-La Familia Munster
12:30-Tras la Noticia
1:00-La Tremenda Corte"
1:30-Cine vespertine
3:00-Cocinemos con Rosita
3:30-Plaza Sesamo*
4:00-Guardianes
del Espacio
5:00-Los Invasores
6:00-La Tremenda Corte*
6:30-Teved6s Informa
7:30-El Ascenso del Hombreo
8:30-Lo Mejor del Boxeo
10:00-Ultimas Noticias
10:15-Ultima Tanda


colors. Sujeto a cambios sin previo aviso.


-Domingo Deportivo �
-Super Tanda
-Cannon *
-Kojak *
-Hawai 5-0 *
-Gran Cine
LUNES
-Clases de Frances
-Festival de Cartones
-El Arte de Cocinar 0
-Dos Locos Disponibles
-Variedades del Lunes *
-Informativo del Mediodia
-Un Extrafio en
Nuestras Vidas
-Mundo de Juguetes s
-Cartas sin Destine �
-Las Aventuras de
Simeol6n y Listolin
-Mis Tres Hijos
-Los Secretos de Isis*
-Las Aventuras en
el Quinto Continente
-La Isla de Guilligans
-Telenoticias RPC
Chespirito *
-El Milagro de Vivir O
-La Zulianita
-Cuesti6n de Minutos
-Encuentro
MARTES
-Documental
-Programa Educativo
-El Arte de Cocinar �
-Dos Locos Disponibles
-Antesala
-Informativo del Mediodia
-Un Extrafio en
Nuestras Vidas
-Mundo de Juguetes *
-Cartas sin Destino e
-Las Aventuras de
Simeol6n y Listolin
-Mis Tres Hijos
-Los Secretes de Isis*
-Las Aventuras en
el Quinto Continente
-La Isla de Guilligans
-Telenoticias RPC
-Dick Turpin
-El Milagro de Vivir


9:00-La Zulianita
10:00-Cuesti6n de Minutes
10:15-Cine Colosal
MIERCOLES
10:50-Documental
10:55-Festival de Cartones
11:15-El Arte de Cocinar I
12:00-Sorteo de los Mi6rcoles
1:00-Informativo del Mediodia
1:30-Un Extraiio en
Nuestras Vidas
2:30-Mundo de Juguetes �
3:00-Cartas sin Destine "
3:30-Las Aventuras de
Simeol6n y Listolin
4:00-Mis Tres Hijes
4:30-Los Secretos de Isis*
5:00-Las Aventuras en
el Quinto Continente -
5:30-La Isla de Guilligans
6:00-Telenoticias RPC
7:00-Un Angel Llamado
Andrea
8:00-El Milagro de Vivir O
9:00-La Zulianita
10-00-Cuesti6n de Minutes
10:15-Cine Colosal
JUEVES
10:40-Documental
10:45-Programa Educative
11:15-El Arte de Cocinar *
11:45-Dos Locos Disponibles
12:15-La Criada Bien Criada *
1:00--nformativo del Mediodia
1:30-Un Extraiio en
Nuestras Vidas
2:30-Mundo de Juguetes "
3:00-Cartas sin Destine *
3:30-Las Aventuras de
Simeol6n y Listolin
4:00-Mis Tres Hijos
4:30-Los Secretos de Isis"
5:00-Las Aventuras en
' el Quinto Continente
5:30-La Isla de Guilligans
6:00-Telenoticias RPC
7:00-Misica y Estrellas
8:00-El Milagro de Vivir *
9:00-La Zulianita
10:00-Cuesti6n de Minutos
10:15-Cine Colosal


-j~knnSu PatILala


I




Gente






en la






Noticia












He aqui algo inaudito. i Kevin
Jenkins frente a una cAmara! Como
Kevin es fot6grafo, official de la
Secci6n Grifica de la Divisi6n de
Servicios Administrativos, es mAs
comuin encontrirselo tomando foto-
grafias que siendo fotografiado.
Kevin naci6 en Port Jervis, Nueva
York y vivi6 alli hasta que su padre,
tambi6n fot6grafo, se traslad6 con
la familiar a California. Alli abri6 su
propia compafiia "Jenkins Photo-
graphics" que a6n dirige, y al mis-
mo tiempo sirve de asesor de efec-
tos cinematograficos especiales para
grandes producciones filmicas.
Participando en otra faceta del
campo fotogrAfico estA Paula, la
hermana de Kevin, cuyo nombre
professional es Kris Goddard, y
quien trabaja en propaganda co-
merciales de radio y television. Ac-
tualmente tiene un rol en la filma-
ci6n de la producci6n de Walt
Disney, "Blue Grass Special" que
trata sobre una chica jinete.
Pero, la fotografia no fue la pri-
mera ambici6n de Kevin, pues 61
realmente queria ser pilot. Desde
los 15 afios hizo grandes esfuerzos
por lograrlo, dedicindose a encerar,
pulir y abastecer de combustible a
aviones, durante 1 hora diaria a
cambio de 1 hora de instrucci6n de


Habri Examenes


Para Ingenieros


Abril 14 y 15
La Junta de Registro de Arqui-
tectos e Ingenieros Profesionales de
la Zona del Canal ha anunciado
que los pr6ximos eximenes de Fun-
damcntos de Ingenieria (FE) y
Principios y PrActicas de Ingenie-
ria (PE) se han fijado para el jue-
ves 14 y viernes 15 de abril. Dichos
exAmenes se darAn solamente en
ingl6s.
Las personas a quienes se les
haya notificado que son elegibles
para someterse a estos examenes,
deberAn escribir al Secretario de la
Junta, Box 223, Balboa Heights,
C.Z., a mis tardar el 22 de febrero
informando si piensan tomarlos.
La tramitaci6n regular de solici-
tudes nuevas require varias sema-
nas, por lo tanto, los interesados
deberin presentar sus solicitudes a
mAs tardar el 7 de febrero para que
dicha tramitaci6n pueda terminarse
antes de la fecha de los examenes.
Los formularios pueden obtenerse
escribiendo al Secretario de la Junta
a la direcci6n antes mencionada o
llamando al 52-7927.


vuelo. Pas6 el examen para pilots
particulares de la FAA (Agencia
Federal de Aviaci6n) cuando ape-
nas tenia 17 afios.
ReciBn terminados sus studios
secundarios Kevin se enter de que
lo iban a Ilamar para el servicio
military obligatorio asi que se apre-
sur6 a alistarse en la Escuela de
Fotografia del Ej6rcito. Despu6s de
6 meses de adiestramiento en Port
Monmouth, Nueva Jersey, fue asig-
nado a la 543a Compaiiia de Poli-
cia Militar en Fort Clayton. Alli
sus deberes incluian trabajos tan
desagradables como los de fotogra-
fiar resultados de accidents de
transito, casos de homicidio y de
investigaci6n.
Semejantes deberes mueven a
cualquiera a buscar solaz en algiin
lugar apacible. Y eso es exactamen-
te lo que hacia Kevin en el balnea-
rio de Santa Clara un fin de sema-
na cuando conoci6 a Olga FernAn-
dez, quien habia venido de Chicago
a visitar a sus padres.
Al poco tiempo, Olga y Kevin
habian fijado su fecha de matrimo-
nio. Y ello fue el comienzo de una
atropellada semana durante la cual
Kevin termin6 su servicio military,
fue separado del ej6rcito, y comen-
z6 a trabajar con la organizaci6n

Abre el "Red Barn"
El "Red Barn" en Margarita esti
alicrto de 2:30 a 5:30 p.m. y 7 a
10 p.m., de lunes a jueves, y de
2 a 5:30 y 7 a 10:30 p.m. los vier-
nes y sibados.
Las actividades que se ofrecen
incluyen classes de bordado en anjeo
los martes a las 7 p.m. y classes de
tejido de macram6 los lunes a las
4 p.m. Para el 18 de febrero se ha
planeado un baile de "discoteca"
de 8 p.m. hasta medianoche.


del Canal. Esta seria una semana
inolvidable y enervadora que por
poco terminal en caos cuando Kevin,
despu6s de tomarle una fotografia
al gobernador descubri6 que el
"flash" de la camara estaba muer-
to y cuando al volver a tomar otra
fotografia, se le olvid6 quitarle la
tapa a la lente. Pero afortunada-
mente, a los reci6n casados se les
perdonan muchas faltas; y s6lo unos
afios mas tarde Kevin se hizo me-
recedor a un Premio por Desempe-
iio Sobresaliente por la alta cali-
dad de su trabajo y se le otorg6 un
Premio por Logro Especial por su
fotografia de un grave accident
naviero.
Olga, quien hasta el afio pasado
fuera administradora de la oficina
de la Universidad de Florida, anim6
a Kevin a continuar sus studios.
Gracias a ello, ya ha recibido su
titulo de Asociado en Artes de la
FSU y actualmente estudia en la
Universidad de la Zona del Canal
las materials necesarias para licen-
ciarse en comercio de la FSU.
En vista de que trabaja de dia
y asiste a la universidad 4 noches
a la semana, dedicando los ratos
intermedios a Kenneth de 6 afios
y Aileen de 2 afios, Kevin estudia
en la paz y tranquilidad de la ma-
drugada, todos los dias de 3:45 a
6:30.
Despu6s de su trabajo y educa-
ci6n, Kevin y Olga consideran que
su afici6n por los viajes sigue en
orden de importancia. Tienen lite-
ralmente centenares de fotogra-
fias de sus viajes a los estados del
oeste de los Estados Unidos, la
mayor part de los paises de Euro-
pa, todos los paises centroamerica-
nos y hasta ahora unas cuantas
fotografias de los paises surameri-
canos, cuyo ninmcro esperan aumen-
tar muy pronto.


Spillway del Canal de Panama

HAROLD R. PARFITI RICHARD L. HUNT FHANK A. BALDWIN
Gobernador de la Zona del Canal Vicegobernador Director de Informaci6n
El SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA es una publicaci6n official del Canal
de Panama editada en Balboa Heights, Z. del C. Se autoriza la repro-
ducci6n 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 mls tardar el viernes a las 4 p.m. de la semana anterior.
Solamente el material urgente puede ser recibido y procesado para ser
usado la misma semana a mas tardar el lunes al mediodia. Distribuci6n
gratis a todos los empleados del Canal de Panami. Valor de la subs-
cripci6n para otros, $6 al afio. For correo aereo $19. Para estudiantes,
$4, correo regular solamente. Los cheques deben hacerse pagaderos a
The Panama Canal Company y dirigidos a: Jefe de Servicios Administra-
tivos, Subscripciones del SPILLWAY, Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.


Pagina 2


Kevin Jenkins









Febrero 4, 1977


SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Libro Sobre el Canal

Es Distinguido Como

Seleccion Literaria
El libro The Path Between the
Seas de David McCullough, que
trata acerca del Canal de PanamA
ha sido escogido como selecci6n li-
teraria para el mes de mayo por el
Club del Libro Mensual (Book-of-
the-Month Club).
La editor Simon and Shuster
pondrA la obra en circulaci6n en el
mes de mayo, cuando 6sta sea pre-
sentada por el Club.
Para escribir el libro, McCullough
tuvo que dedicar 5 afios a investi-
gaci6n y recopilaci6n de datos, du-
rante los cuales viaj6 a Europa, al
Istmo y a Washington, D.C. El
libro es un trabajo extenso de los
events que condujeron a la cons-
trucci6n del Canal de Panama.
McCullough es autor de los co-
nocidos libros The Johnstown Flood
y The Great Bridge.

Universidades Envian

Experts a Entrevistar

A Estudiantes Locales
Los estudiantes y padres de fa-
milia de la Zona del Canal y Pa-
namA podrAn documentarse sobre la
educaci6n universitaria en los Es-
tados Unidos durante las entrevistas
que se han programado en el Holi-
day Inn para el 8 de febrero.
Como parte del program "Col-
lege Bound" habri asesores de 15
universidades y centros universita-
rios que concederAn entrevistas y
ofrecerin informaci6n en ingl6s y
espafiol de 3 a 8 p.m.
Se pueden hacer citas, Ilamando
al 69-1122 y al 60-1069.
Los centros universitarios que es-
tarAn representados son: Barry Col-
lege, Miami Shores, Fla.; Bennett
College, Millbrook, N.Y.; Biscayne
College, Miami, Fla.; Coe College,
Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Bradley Uni-
versity, Peoria, Ill.; Eckerd College,
St. Petersburg, Fla.; Graham Junior
College, Boston, Mass.; Kalamazoo
College, Kalamazoo, Mich.; Ledy-
cliff College, Highland Falls, N.Y.;
Marymount College of Virginia,
Arlington, Va.; Roger Williams Col-
lege, Bristol, R.I.; Stevens Institute
of Technology, Hoboken, N.J.;
Sweet Briar College, Sweet Briar,
Va.; Trinity College, Washington,
D.C.; y University of Miami.


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En la foto aparecen miembros del elenco de "Ars6nico
y Encaje Antiguo" posando junto al cartel que se ha
colocado en la Carretera Randolph. En primera fila
aparecen sentados de izquierda a derecha: Jeff Roz-
meski, Jeff Fryer y Ron Pierce. De pie, en la fila del


Concursos de Manualidades
El Grupo Artistico del Atlintico
celebrarA un festival de artes ma-
nuales el 26 de marzo de 10 a.m.
a 3 p.m. en el bohio del Club Elks
de Margarita.
La participaci6n en este festival
estA abierta a todas las personas
que deseen exponer sus trabajos
manuales. Aquellas que deseen
montar mesas de exhibici6n podrin
hacerlo pagando una cuota nominal.
Durante el festival se venderin
refrescos.
Para mis informaci6n puede lla-
marse al 43-5432 o al 43-3421.

Liga de Mujeres Votantes.
Todas las personas interesadas en
la Liga de Mujeres Votantes que
actualmente span miembrrnho de I


Liga o que hayan sido miemb
algln otro lugar, sirvanse Ila
Teddy Morrison al 52-2917
Barbara O'Connor al 23-6677


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Una vez mis ha quedado demostrado que las sugerencias no tienen que
ser ni de gran magnitude ni dramiticas para mejorar las condiciones de
trabajo de los empleados del Canal. Ello se hace evidence al haberse
adoptado la sugerencia de Joe J. Duda de reemplazar dos tornillos de
cabeza hueca en una pieza de equipo y la de Donald R. Chaney que
recomend6 la instalaci6n de una luz de seguridad en las escaleras que
conducen al area de operaciones de la caseta de control. La sugerencia
de Duda fue adoptada y la de Chancy dio lugar a que se reactivara una
luz que ya existia para ayudar a identificar a las personas que entran
en la caseta de control. Duda y Chaney, empleados de la Divisi6n de
Esclusas, recibieron Certificados de Premio por Incentivo y cheques por
$50 y $25, respectivamente. En el acto de entrega aparecen de izquierda
a derecha el CapitAn A. L. Gallin, Director de Marina; Chaney; Duda
y Larry Barca, Jr., Jefe de la Divisi6n de Esclusas.


centro estAn Luke Merry, Heather Simon, He
Ginger Sell, Bob Carwithen y Giovanni Ferr
del cartel estin Alex Tiniacos, Glenn Brand
Sparling. Los boletos pueden comprarse en 1


GOBIERNO DE LA ZONA DEL CANAL-COMPAfilA DEL CANAL DE PANA
D;RECCION DE PERSONAL


Lista de Vacantes y Traslados

Para Empleados

Todo solicitante capacitado recibira consideraci6n para trabajo sin distinct
religion, color, nacionalidad, sexo, edad, partidarismo y afiliaci6n political u ot
meritorio. Personas calificadas que tengan impedimentos fisicos pueden Ilamar
Coorainador del Programa para la Colocaci6n de Personas Impedidas a fin de s
con respect a las vacantes que aparecen a continuaci6n. La oficina del Coor
situada en el Edificio 363, Anc6n, Zona del Canal, telefono 52-7570. Debera so
solicited per separado para cada uno de los empleos que aparecen en la lis
rios indicados serfn aumentados a los ciudadanos de los EE. UU. por medio d
apropiado ademas del factor de impuesto cuando deba aplicarse. El simbolo 1 i
necesario un examen escrito. El simbolo � indica que es una posici6n de seg
puede emplearse solamente a ciudadanos estadounidenses.


. . POSICIONES PERMANENTES Salar
ros en Auxiliar Mddico-Ambulancias NM-3 (Se require
ar a licencia para conducir y trabajo de turn) ----- -
o a Ayudznte Electricista MG-5 (Se require saber nadar
7y conocimiento del ingl6s)__ - _ -- ---
- Ayudante Plomero MG-5 .------. -------_ -__-- -- __
Ayudante de Proyectos de Urbanizaci6n/Gerente de Proyectos
de Urbanizaci6n NM-5/7 (Se require licencia
para conducir) ---______-____-____----- $6,697.60/$11
Enfermera/Enfermera Clinica NM-7/9
(Trabajo de turn) _______-________ $11,211.20/$13
Estibador MG-7 (Primeras 40 horas) ------ -
Mecanico Tornero MG-10 (Se require saber nadar
conocimiento del ingles)----------------
. : Mddico-Medicina General NM-12/13 -- $24,772.80/$2E
Oficinista, Archivos y Correspondencia NM-2
(Se require licencia para conducir) --- -- $4
Oficinista, Asuntos de Personal-Mecanografia NM-4 --- $5
Oficinista Esten6grafo(a) NM-51 _ ---- -$6
Oficinista Mecanigrafo(a) NM-41 - .-- - _--.-- _$5
Oficinista Mecanigrafo(a) NM-31 --____ ---- -____-$5
Oficinista Mecan6grafo(a) NM-41 (Conocimiento
del espaiol) ----_-__...-.__- .___- -- __-_____--$5
Oficinista Mecandgrafo(a) NM-31 _____ _____ $5
Operario de Vehiculos a Motor MG-5 (Primeras 40 horas)
(Se require conocimiento del ingl6s y licencia
para conducir) _.._
qe Oficinista de Abasto NM-4 -____ __ ____ _ - $5
Traductor(a) NM-7/8 (Bilingie). __ ___$11,211.20/$12
Verificador NM-2 (Primeras 40 horas) - __ __ $5
POSICIONES TEMPORALES


Direcci6
o
io Base Divisi6n

5,345.60 Hos. Coco

_$2.54 Esclusas
-$2.54 Acue. y La

1,211.20 Serv. Com

1,707.20 Salubridad
S$2.88 Terminale

$6.46 Esclusas
1,142.40 Hos. Coco

,908.80 Serv. Com
i,990.40 Industrial
i,697.60 0. A. Juric
,990.40 Esclusas
i,345.60 Electricida
;,990.40 U. Indulto
,345.60 Aduanas


_$2.54
,990.40
2,417.60
,636.80


Archivero(a) NM-2 (Que no exceda 1 afio) ....------ $4,908.80
Guardia NM-4 (Que no exceda Septiembre 1977) (Se require
conocimiento del espaiol y licencia para conducir) -- $5,990.40
Mozo de Oficio-Servicio de Comidas MG-4 (Que no exceda


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Penitenciaria P


1 aio) (Trabajo de turno)------------ $2.45 Hos. Gorgas P
Oficinista Mecanigrafo(a) NM-31 (Que no exceda 8-1-77)-_$5,345.60 Mantenimiento A
Oficinista Mecan6grafo(a) NM-31 (Que no exceda
Septiembre 1977) ----- -----$5,345.60 Policia P
Oficinista de Clinica-Recepcionista NM-3
(Que no exceda 1 afo) (Bilingie) __--- - $5,345.60 Hos. Gorgas P
Operario de Miquina de Lavanderia MG-3 (Que no exceda
1 ano) (Tiempo parcial que no exceda 20 horas) -----_ $2.33 Hos. Palo Seco P

La solicitud debe ser sometida en el Formulario 443, SOLICITUD PARA TRASLADO, a m
tardar site (7) dias calendarios despues de la fecha de esta publicaci6n. Los requisites pued
ser revisados en el Ramo de Empleos y Colocaciones, Edificio 366, Anc6n, o Edificio 1105, Cri
t6bal. Puede obtenerse mayor informaci6n en el Ramo de Colocaciones, tel6fonos 52-358
52-7867 6 43-1288.


1 Despues de la discusi6n habra un
1 period de preguntas y respuestas.

1 El Club Universitario
T endr6 Feria Campestre

1 El gran event para recaudar
1 fondos que anualmente celebra el
1 Club Universitario del Caribe este
5 afio serA una Feria Campestre en
el "Red Barn" de Margarita, junto
al Centro de Servicios Comunales,
1 de 10 a.m. a 3 p.m. el 12 de fe-
brero. Todos los fondos serin des-
tinados a becas para estudiantes de
1 la Zona del Canal.
1 Habri un bazar en el cual se
venderAn objetos de artes manua-
1 les, plants, pasteleria y elefantes
blancos. AdemAs, habrAn bailes de
cuadrilla americana, paseos en tren,
1 t6mbolas de pesca para nifios,
comida y refrescos, y premios de
1s entrada. Esta sera una ocasi6n de
is- diversion para toda la familiar. Se
3, invita al public en general. La
entrada costarA 25 centavos.


Pagina 3


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Area de Servicio

Inaugura el Lunes

Div. de Almacenes
A partir del lunes, la Divisi6n de
--- Almacenes tendra una nueva Area
de servicio para su clientele en la
Secci6n B. El horario de ventas al
credito serA de 7 a 11 a.m. y de
11:30 a 3 p.m. de lunes a viernes,
except dias feriados.
Los escaparates para exhibir
muestrarios de los articulos solici-
tados con mis frecuencia por los
clients servirin para complemen-
tar el CatAlogo de Existencias del
Almac6n, el cual estarA a la disposi-
ci6n de los clients que deseen ho-
jearlo. El personal del almac6n
atenderA en los mostradores y las
ventas al cr6dito serAn atendidas
por orden numbrico. En los mos-
tradores se continuarA dando prefe-
rencia a las compras hechas por
unidades de la Compafiia/Gobierno.
Desde el lunes tambi6n comen-
zara a regir una nueva norma per-
tinente a la acreditaci6n de articu-
los devueltos. Antes de aprobarse
la devoluci6n el client deberi mos-
trar la factura de venta al cr6dito
idi Kuehn, (copia rosada) que se le expidi6
ari. Arriba cuando hizo la compra.
I y Albert Se agradecerA la cooperaci6n del
.a taquilla. publico en este cambio de opera-
ciones y se harA todo esfuerzo por
prestar el servicio mas rApido po-
MA sible.

Discutiran Divorcio

Y sus Consecuencias
Un siquiatra, un abogado y un
evangelista figuran entire los exper-
tos que analizarAn el problema del
i6n de raza, divorcio y sus consecuencias du-
ro factor no rante un seminario entitulado "Con-
o visltar at
er asesoradas que se ha Divorciado, 6Y Ahora
rdinador esti QuA?" que tendrA lugar a las 7 p.m.
ometerse una el 7 de febrero en el Centro de
ta. Los sala- Adiestramiento del Canal de Pa-
el diferencial namA.
ndica que es
guridad done El seminario, organizado por el
club cultural, educativo y social de
6n Va- PanamA y la Zona del Canal cono-
Si- can- cido como "The Jet Set", estA abier-
io te to al p6blico y la entrada es gratis.
Solo A 2 ParticiparAn en las discusiones el
Dr. Kenneth E. Lake, Rector Auxi-
A-P 1-1 liar de la Universidad de la Zona;
ab. A 1 Dr. Lyndon E. Ginett, siquiatra del
Centro de Salud Mental de la Zona;
. p 1 Dr. Luis Picard-Ami, prominent
siquiatra panamefio; Ray Dymond,
SA-P 1-1 asesora de menores de la Policia
s A 10 de la Zona; el CapellAn (Teniente
Coronel) H. Alexander, director
A 1 asesoria familiar, Brigada 193, y
Patricia J. Lindley, abogada de la
P 1 Oficina de Asesoramiento Juridico
A 1 del Canal de PanamA.











SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Febrero 4, 1977


Temporada Folkl6rica
En Panam6 La Vieja
Los bailes folkl6ricos que sue-
len presentarse anualmente durante
esta temporada en Panama La Vieja
comenzaron el sAbado pasado y con-
tinuarain todos los slibados durante
los meses de febrero y marzo. Las
funciones comienzan puntualmente
a las 10 a.m.
Enmarcados en un scenario his-
t6rico contra las ruinas de la vieja
ciudad, estos hailes son una aut6n-
tica representaci6n de los mejores
talents folkl6ricos de Panama.
Se invita al puiblico a disfrutar
de este pintoresco espectficulo que
se brinda sin cost alguno. Ademas,
se recomienda tomar fotografias.

Mes de la Raza Negra

Incluira Presentaci6n

De una Obra Premiada
La Universidad de la Zona del
Canal y la Oficina de Igualdad en
Oportunidades de Empleo presen-
tarfin una obra de un solo acto, en
espafiol, intitulada La Muerte de
Alfredo Gris, en el Auditorio de la
Universidad de la Zona del Canal
el viernes y sabado 11 y 12 de fe-
brero. La obra serA presentada como
event cultural en conmemoraci6n
del Mes de la Raza Negra y su
Historia.
El elenco de cuatro actors esta
compuesto por estudiantes de la
Escuela Nacional de Teatro de Pa-
nama y del Grupo Experimental
Todas (GET), Danny Calden, Her-
bert Maloney, Maritza Gray y
Abdul Black. La obra es del autor
Rodolfo Santana Salas y gan6 el
primer premio en el S6ptimo Con-
curso Anual de Obras Literarias
para Teatro de la Universidad del
Zulia.
El tema es sobre la acci6n y el
diilogo entire individuos con perso-
nalidades opuestas: la fortaleza fisi-
ca y la debilidad fisica, y la fortaleza
spiritual y la debilidad spiritual.
Es el teatro de lo absurdo. Lo que
debe ser no es. Lo que es no debe
ser. Sin embargo es dentro del mar-
co de lo absurdo que el hombre
retiene su dignidad e integridad.
Alfredo Gris se present bajo la
direcci6n de Bruce Quinn a quien
recientemente se le distingu6 con
el Buho de Oro de PanamA por su
codirecci6n en la opera rock Jesu-
cristo Superestrella.
La funci6n comenzarA a las 7:30
y la entrada cuesta $0.50.

Abre el Observatorio

Su Temporada, 1977
El Observatorio de la Zona del
Canal ya abri6 su temporada de
1977.
Los martes y domingos de 7 a 9
p.m., John W. Seaquist, que esta
encargado del observatorio dara
charlas, contestarA preguntas, sefia-
larn cuadros y sucesos astron6mi-
cos intercsantes y explicara c6mo
debe usarse el telescopio.
En esta 6poca del aino, los visi-
tantes que Ileguen al observatorio
aproxinmadamente a las 7:45 p.m.
tendrin oportunidad de observer el
ascenso de Saturno sobre el Este,
pudidndose apreciar claramente sus
anillos. Ademls se podrA ver a
Venus en el Este y, directamente
arriba, cl planet Jlpiter.
El observatorio, de cuya opera-
ci6n esti encargada la Divisi6n de
Escuelas, se encuentra detras de la
Planta de Purificaci6n de Agua de
Miraflores.

Para los Radioaficionados
Sc est i organizando una clase
para los residents del sector Atlin-
tico interesados en la radioafici6n.
Sc darin instrucciones para no-
vatos a las 7 p.m. los lunes en el
salon 149 de la Escuela Secundaria
de Crist6bal.
Para mayores informes Ilamar al
43-6544, Coco Solo.


:en en la foto discutiendo los planes para el
ma de Eximenes Dentales Escolares con el
or de Salubridad Coronel Albert L. Gore (a la
a), el Dr. Preston H. Beatty, Jr., Jefe del Ser-
)ental de la Direcci6n de Salubridad (a la iz-
a), Tess Owen, Higienista Dental, Clinica Dental
irgas y el Dr. Richard A. Cheville, Medico
x. El program annual que se lanza durante la
a Nacional de Salud Dental de la Nifiez, del
2 de febrero y que continue hasta junio, com-
examenes dentales para todos los nifios, desde


Publican en Florida Articulo

Sobre Exempleado de la Zona


En la reunion annual de la Socie-
dad del Canal de Panama en Florida
algunos de los asistentes se distin-
guian entire los otros 1,100 porque
ostentaban la Medalla Roosevelt,

Venden Boletos Para

Juego de Bola Suave
Los fanAticos de bola suave ten-
drin la oportunidad de presenciar
la extraordinaria pericia del lanza-
dor Eddie Feigner cuando 61 y sus
tres compafieros de equipo jueguen
contra las mejores novenas de bola
suave que puedan obtenerse en esta
area.
El "Rey" Feigner y su "Corte"
como se les conoce, se presentarin
a las 7 p.m. el 15 de febrero en el
Estadio de Mount Hope y a las
7:30 el 16 y 17 de febrero en el
Estadio de Balboa. Las recaudacio-
nes de todos los juegos se destinarfn
a la Senda Unida de la Zona del
Canal. Ademis de los juegos,
Feigner demostrarA su singular
habilidad como lanzador.
Los boletos para los juegos cues-
tan $2 para adults y $1 para estu-
diantes y pueden obtenerse en nu-
merosos lugares en la Zona del
Canal y en las taquillas de los esta-
dios.
Feigner y su equipo han ganado
fama mundial al veneer a los mejo-
res equipos de diversas naciones.
Feigner ha lanzado unos 800 "no-
hitters" y 200 juegos perfectos y ha
ponchado a millares de bateadores
lanzando con los ojos vendados.

Dan Clases de Seguridad
En la Piscina de Los Rios se
ofrecrnt un Curso para Instructores
en Seguridad Acuritica de la Cruz
,Roja, los lunes, midrcoles, jueves
y viernes por la mariana, de 8:30
a 10:30, a partir del 14 de febrero.
Las personas de 17 ailos que ten-
gan un Certificado de Salvavidas
Avanzado de la Cruz Roja podrAn
tomar este curso.
Los interesados deberAn llamar
a la Sra. Wainio a la Piscina de
Los Rios al tel6fono 52-6417.


kindergarten hasta primer ciclo en ambos sectors de
Istmo, para determinar si hay caries, problems d
ortodoncia, impedimentos vocales relacionados con 1
dentadura, y el nivel de cuidado dental en el hogai
Los nifios que necesiten trabajos dentales recibirAf
una tarjeta para que sus padres se encarguen de qu
sean atendidos por el dentist de su preferencia. E
program de exAmenes estA encaminado a estimula
el interns de estudiantes y padres de familiar en cuanto
a la importancia que tiene el cuidado dental oportuno
y la buena salud oral.


EnFermera del Gorga

Logra Alta Distincioi
Una enfermera del Hospit:
Gorgas ha sido la primera muje
de la Federaci6n Americana de En
pleados del Gobierno, Distrito 15
elegida para participar en un commit
national.
Jean V. Barber Judie Lewis esta
ri en Washington, D.C., del 6
12 de febrero para tratar sobre lo(
programs femeninos en un sem
nario patrocinado por el Comit
Asesor Nacional de Mujeres de
AFGE. Fue elegida representani
del Comit6 cuando participaba e
la Convenci6n AFGE de 1976 com
delegada de la Logia 1805 de Ei
fermeras de la Zona del Canal.
En el seminario de Washingto
representara al 159 Distrito de
AFGE que se conoce como el Di
trito Internacional y abarca la Zor
del Canal, Alemania, Puerto Ric
Hawaii, Islas Virgenes, Guam
Okinawa.
Oriunda del sur de Californi
Jean ha sido miembro active de
AFGE desde que comenz6 a trab2
jar en el Hospital Gorgas hace
aios como enfermera clinic esp
cialista en cardiologia en la Unida
de Cuidados Coronarios. Es mier
bro de la Asociaci6n de Enfermer;
Americanas y de la Asociaci6n c
Enfermeras de Panami.


otorgada a los valientes que vinie-
ron al Istmo de PanamA para cons-
truir un canal y que tuvieron el
valor de quedarse aqui.
Uno de ellos era Walter L. Hersh
de 93 afios de edad, a quien lo en-
trevistaron despu6s del almuerzo
para un articulo del St. Petersburg
Times.
Hersh, que se jubil6 de la orga-
nizaci6n del Canal en 1945 y vive
ahora en St. Petersburg le cont6 al
reporter del Times acerca de la
6poca en que, reci6n egresado del
entonces centro universitario Penn-
sylvania State, compr6 un cupo en
un vapor y lleg6 a Panama a la
edad de 26 afos.
Era ingeniero elictrico, pero tra-
baj6 como guardalineas ganando
65 centavos la hora. Dos afios mas
tarde estaba ganando $400 al mes
supervisando la instalaci6n de una
linea de transmisi6n de 44,000 vol-
tios a lo largo de la via ferroviaria.
Fue entonces cuando Hersh pidi6
que se le dedujeran del sueldo $30
para cubrir el pasaje de Essie Al-
thouse hasta la Zona del Canal con
quien se cas6 y tuvo dos hijas que
nacieron aqui. Una de ellas, Edna,
vive en Diablo Heights y es maes-
tra sulstituta de escuela primaria.

Dan Adiestramiento en
Tecnologia Radiol6gica
Ilasta el 15 de febrero se acep-
tan inscripciones para cl curso en
tccnologia radiologica que se ofre-
cerA en la Universidad de la Zona
del Canal.
La primera graduaci6n de tecn6-
logos del Hospital Gorgas y la Uni-
versidad de la Zona del Canal sera
el 19 de junior de 1977 y una nueva
clase se iniciara el 19 de julio.
Se puede obtener mais detalles
sore cl curso e inscripci6n en el
mismo en la Universidad de la Zona
del Canal.
Este program esta aprobado por
el Registro Americano de Tecn6lo-
gos Radiol6gicos, y los que lo ter-
minen satisfactorianente recibirnin
una licencia y un titulo de Asociado
en Ciencias.


Regulan Canchas


De Tennis en la


Zona del Canal
Se han fijado letreros en las can-
S chas de tennis de Balboa, Curundi
y Diablo, como advertencia a las
personas que no tienen privilegios
de la Zona cel Canal, con respect
a la entrada las mismas. Estas
I personas, no obstante, podran usar
las canchas siempre y cuando no
Sesten ocupadas por personas debi-
damente autorizadas.
Se han torado estas medidas a
fin de dar mayor accesibilidad a las
tres canchas a los empleados y de-
pendientes de la Compafiia del
Canal de Panama-Gobierno de la
Zona del Canal que poseen los de-
bidos privilegios. El nuevo orden
de prioridades para su uso sera el
siguiente:
a. Clases y concursos escolares.
I1. Torneos oficiales programados
y aprobados por la Oficina de Ser-
vicios Recreativos.
c. Empleados del Canal de Pa-
S nama y sus dependientes, debida-
mente autorizados.
e
la d. Personal military active y otro
.debidamente autorizado.
n Se asignarA a una persona espe-
e cial a las canchas de 4:30 a 9 p.m.
l los dias de semana y de 8 a.m. hasta
r mediodia y de 4:30 a 9 p.m. los
o fines de semana para asegurar el
o cumplimiento de las listas de prio-
ridad, los reglamentos y la asigna-
ci6n de las canchas a jugadores de-
bidamente autorizados. Todos los
S empleados tendrAn que mostrar sus
carnets de privilegios de la Zona
n del Canal a! solicitar una cancha
a y Astas serAn asignadas en orden
de llegada.


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Jean V. Barber Judie Lewis


El Cuadro de Honor

Del Banco de Sangre

HOSPITAL COCO SOLO
Division de Terminales:
Vilma E. Morris
Ana T. Krapfl
Carlos Romney
Jos Mario Solis
Llewelyen O. Nicholson
Nestor A. Caterson
Capitania del Puerto, Crist6bal:
Carlos Barker
Rolando A. Muir
Evrol A. Allen
Operaciones de Personal:
Margarita Krapfl
Division de Construcci6n:
William E. Garner
Salubridad, Hospital Coco Solo:
Marian S. Gregg
Alexis P. Lim Lou
Division de Mantenimiento:
Harold M. Mever
John R. Cough
Richard S. Zornes
Division de Bomberos:
Ricardo A. Barker
Division de Esclusas:
Dean J. Gibson
Bernard C. Mans
A. J. Richardson
Charles WXatson
Division Postal:
Donna J. Bunnell

Fundase Capitulo de ONM
Con el fin de establecer la Orga-
nizaci6n Nacional do Mujeres se
celebrar'i una reunion en "The
Bridge" en Balboa a las 8 p.m. el
15 de febrero. Todas las mujeres
del Istmo estmin cordialmente invi-
tadas. Las que estenl interesadas
pcro no puedan asistir sc les ruega
llamar a Rose Miller al 84-4091.


Pigina 4


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