The Panama Canal spillway =

Material Information

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


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


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

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Canal One United Way B~ox Score
13$ Day ofthe Campaign

On Tuesday night Canal Zone homes will be invaded by trolls, ballerinas,
clowns and maybe even a pumpkin or two scouring the neighborhoods in
search- of treats. Like Bonnie Oliver of Cardenas you'd better have plenty
of goblin food on liand to satisfy Halloween sweet tooths or a "'little
.monster" may do a trick on you. Wonder .about the identity of these trick
or treaters? See page 4.

Deaddin& DateS OF ThistmnBS Mejf

_ __

More Than 64 Years of Service to World -Commerce

Friday, October 27, 1978

Vol. XVII No. 10

The Panama Canal, the Depart-
ment of Defense and the Panama
Government have launched a joint
anti-deforestationl program aimed to
control and prevent further destruc-
tion of the natural forest areas cur-
rently within the Canal Zone. Co-
operative actions will include in
formation and education campaigns
and surveillance and enforcement
measures during the next 12 months
which are designed to eliminate
slash-and-burn agriculture, a prac-
tice which over the past several
years has become an increasingly
acute problem in the Canal Zone
-forest. The illegal cutting, burning
and farming in the Canal Zone has
resulted in deforestation that is a
threat to the water supply,of the
Panama Canal. It could sharply
affect the capacity of th'e system to
support interoceanic commerce.
It has been determined that
within the Canal Zone about 500
hectares (1,250 acres) of forest are
cleared each year from January
through April, when farmers slash-
and-burn virgin forest to prepare to
/plant crops after the first heavy
Canal Zone areas which have
b~een damaged by slash-and-burn
farming include the Chiva Chiva
area, Madden Forest Preserve, the
Northeast Canal Bank along Pipe-
line Road and the entire West Bank,
including the' military, training
A recent census by Panama Gov-
ernment officials of squatters living
in the Canal Zone, and farmers
living near the Canal Zone who

enter the Zone illegally to plant and
harvest crops shows that there are
1,041 farmers working lands on the
East Bank and West Bank, 849 of
whom reside in Panama and of
whom. 192 are squatters in the
Canal Zone.
Recognizing that an anti-defores-
tation program must be adopted
before the next slash-and-burn
farming cycle begins in November,
the -Environmental Subcommittee
of the Binational Working Group
held a number of meetings to
develop a plan of action.
Attending these meetings were
personnel of th~e Panama .Canal
Company, Agency of Renewable
Natural Resources, Project for the
Integrated Development of the

Panama Canal Atlantic Area, Pan-
ama Canal Eastern Area Proje~ct,
Paisama Census and Statistics; Min-
istry of Planning, U.S. Agency fof
International Development, U.S.
Embassy, United Stites Southern
Codunand, 193d Infantry Brigade
and Smithsonian Tropical Research
; As a result of these meetings, it
was agreed that Panama and the
Canal Zone will conduct an environ-
mental educational campaign aimed,
to~the farmer population as well as
the general public in Panama. The
purpose is to str ss the importance
of preserving natural resources. This
will be accomplished through a
hinational information program.
(Conitinued on p. 4)

Aniount received
38,857.08 e


% of goal


Civil Affairs _ _ _-_------
Engineering and Construction _
Financial V.P. ~..---.-----.;
Health ____. ____________
Marine -__.-_- ___ -----
Personnel _____~---- ~ -1_
Supply and Community Service __
Transportation and Terminals ____r _
Total_ __
Other Agencies
Air Foree ______.________
Army ______ ______-__
Navy __________________
JJ.S. Southern Command _.______
Federal Highway Administration__ _._
District Court__ ___________
Department of Justice __~_______
Smithsonian Institute _.________
Overall Total_______ _____

Domestic Mails (Civilian)

Contiguous 48 States:
Stirface mail _____
First Class and Priority
Alaska and Hawaii:
Surface mail __ __ --
First Class and Priority

Nov. 15
Dec. 14 Dec. 9





The Communications Branch is
in the process of converting all tele-
phone installations in Panama Canal
Company quarters to modular type
Each residence will have all
existing jacks replaced, or two new
jacks installed, at no cost to the oc-
cupant. Additional outlets will be
.installed at the subscriber's request
for a nominal charge.
Many subscribers in the Balboa
service area are taking advantage
of these visits by telephone service
personnel to ~convert from the older
type rotary dial instruments to the
newer push-button types.

Domestic Mails (Military)

Letters Parcels

Dec. 15 Dec. 13
Dec. 9
Dec. 1

Contiguous 48 States:
First Class and Priority
PAI parcels _ ___ -
SSAM parcels ____ ___ _

International Mail to Ge

Africa __ _ _--:.- -.-..-
Australia ___ --.- _----.
Canada and Mexico_____. ~ -.
Caribbean/West Indies _. ___.._
Central/South America ___~_._

EuroEeast __.
Mid East_ __ _ _ ._. ___--
Southeast Asia________ ___
To Overseas Milit

South/Central America Ltes
via Howard AMT__ Dec. .13
Africa ________ Dec. 5 .
Alaska L----- Dec. 14
Hawaii------ Dec. 14
Australia ----- Dec. 1
Caribbean/W. Indies_ Dec. 9
Europe _____ Dec. 9
Far East_____ Dec. 9
Greenland __ __ Dec. : 7
Iceland ______ Dec. 9
Mid East______ Dec. 1
South East/Asia__. Nov. 30

geographical Addresses
Dec. 5
Dec. 1
Dec. 13
Dec. 9
Dec. 7
Dc 9
Dec. 1
Dec. 1

ary Post Offices
Parcel space
Airlift Available

Oct. 23
Oct. 29
Nov. 15
Nov. 10
Nov. 10

Oct. 23

3~ L The new modular outlets are
"mini-type" which have recently
become the industry standard. They
Surface are part of the Telephone Store con-
Mal cept which allows the subscriber to
Dec. 13 unplug his phone and take it with
Oct. 31 him when moving from one house
Nov. 15 to another, take it to the Telephone
Nov. 15 Store for replacement because of
Nocr. 10 damage or exchange it for another
Oct. 31 color to match new home decor.
Oct. 23 Watch the SPILLWAY for more
Nov. 10 details on this new service concept
Nov. 10
Oct. 23 which- will be inaugurated ~within
Oct. 23 the next few months.

Dec. 13
Nov. 14
DBe. 7

Nov. 15
Nov. 27
Nov. 24
Nov. 24
Nov. 27
Nov. 25
Nov. 2
Nov. 13

Dec. 13
Nov. 6
Nov. 29

Nov. 8
Nov. 19
Nov. 15
Nov. 15
Nov. 20
Nov. 17
Oct. 27
Nov. 6

40~ ofth~Be! BBPanam Canale Museumf

Canal Spillway

The Panama

U.S. a~nd Penamanian Environmentalists

Join Forces to Save Canal Zone Forests

Leuers Parcels NeW 9 One O.UtletS

_Nov. 15 OF COmpdny QUSrteS
5 1 1

Ph g y Q g g
The answer to last week's
photo quiz: Fiur ojf the smoke
stacks at Miraflores Power Plant.

Reco npressioni

.Divers should 19arn the location
of C anal: Zone/ Recompression
Chambers for emergency use.
The Atlantic side chamber is lo-
cated on Salvage Barge U.S. 208
at the Salvage Depot and Diving
School next- to the Gatun Yacht
The Pacific side chamber is lo-
cated in the Industrial Division
Complex next to drcydock No. 1.
To activate the chambers, notify
the Balboa or Cristobal police sta-
tion immediately and transport the
patient to the nearest recompression

hP ees indicating locations andi
"Amedues nmay be obtained b~y

WOmen 's Softball League
The 1979 Pacific Women's Soft-
hall League will begin a new season
in Balboa next January.
Applications are available now
through November 10 by writing
fo: PW'SL, Box 3325, Balboa, C.Z.,
or by calling league officers after
5 p.m --Treva Bedwell, president,
52-6127; Brunilda Carroll, vice
president, 52-2109; Amaly Holden,
secretary, 85-4684; or Gilbert
Freund, treasurer, 52-2724.
A large number _of women wvho
are over 19 years old or high school
graduates are expected to sign uip
as they did last year.

RO TCers Me y Now :Combme

(Cvilanaie WI gttgy I Ofgve ($

Panama Canal Spill way
Governor of the Canal Zone Lieutenant Governor
Information Officer Edlitor
The SPILLTVAY is an official Panama Canal publication. Articles may b~e
reprinted without further clearance. News items should arrive in the
Press Office by noon, Friday, the week prior to publication. Only urgent,
official material will be accepted after the deadline. Yearly subscriptions:
regular mail $6; regular mail students $4; airmail $19. Send check or
money order payable to the Panama Cana Company to CheAmin-
istrative Services Division. Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.

October 27, 1978


(Schedule subject to change without notice. Indicates black and white program.)
Weekend program schedules are subject to change should a live sports event become available.

1:10--Sacred Heart
1:25---700 Club: "Maximum
(Series starts)
2:20--Information Special:
"The Elusive Geisha"
2:45--NUAA Football:
Oklahoma vs Texas
5:05--College Football 78
5:30--Washington Week in
6:00--Weekend Report
6:10--Rollin' on the River .
6:35--The Detectives
7I:00-Variety Special:
"Tony and Lena"
(New time)
7:55--Carol Burnett and
8:20--1aical Center
10:05--Movie: "Demons of the

11:35--Th~ie Unxetd
12:00--Late News Headlines


2:5-in0 Ntet
4:00--Ethics in America
4:25---Body Buddies .
S4:50-G6eneral Hospital (Adult)
n:5-o new aK
6:30-Call of the West
7:00--lason King
7:50--8ud Pasa?/Newshreak
7:55-Presideit 'Carter's

8l:30--Fo IPl: Miam Nvse
10:50--Movie: "Sherlock
Holmes: The House of

12:00--LFt News Headlines

2:50--Sign-on News
S2:55--Electric Company
~3:25--Movie: "Ifellgate"a
4:50-General Hospital (Adult)
5:35--Truth or Consequences
(Series ends)
6:00--Evening Report
6:30--Halloween Special:
"It's the Great
Pumpkin, Charlie
~Brilwn" and

"The House That
Woudn't Die"
8:10-Gud Pasa?/Newshreak
9:00--Medical Story
10:00--Focus on Today
10:15--Halloween Special
Feature: "The World
of the Vampire"a
11:40--Late News Headlines

3:00--Sign-On News
3:05--Sesame Street
4:05--Dusty's Treshouse
4:30--Room 222
4:50-General Hospital (Adult)
5:40--$20,000 Pyramid
6:00--Evening Report
7:20--Here Comes the Future
4:blu PasaaON~e break

8:20--Adam's Rib
(This week only)
8:45--The 7th Annital . Vegas Awards

l0l-oi:O Tom of
Devils island "
11:40--Late News Headlines

3:00--Sign-On News
3:0'i--Electrric Company
3:35--Partridge Familyo
4:2-0fn Grill T eatre,
"0ay of the Killing"
4:50--General Hospital (Adult).
5: 0- niyBuddies (Repeat)
6:25--iron Horses
7:2(MiCarol Burnett~ and
7:5--Qud Pasa?/Newsbreak

8:15--Norman Lear Presents:
Maude` (Adult)
8:40-Learning Corp. of
9:05-Best of Grouchoo
9:30-ILatine Consortium
10:00--Fcus on Today
"Double Life're
12:25--Late News Headline

3:00--Sign-On News
3:05-esame Street
4:00--Wally's Workshop
4:50--eneral Hospital (Adult)
5:35--Hollywood Squares
6:00--Evening Report
6:25-Matt Helm (Series ends)
7:20--The Baron
8:10-18ud Pasa?
LIf40--Northwest Passage
9:10--Temperatures Rising
9:35--Felony Squada
10:00--Focus on Today
10:15--Mystery Movie:
"Inn of the
Frightened People"
11:45--Late -News Headlines

10:10--Sign-On News
10:15--Terry Toons
11:45--My Three Sons

124- Atpo acing
1:05-Water World
1:25---World Sportsman

3: 0- a kest Ship in ~
the Armyo
4:05---Big Valleye
5:50--Sport Show

6:00--Wekn Reapot
6:10--Rise and~fall of the
Third Reich (Part 1)
(Series starts)
7:5--Wol mas Jack

7:55--Royal Victorians
8:45--Sherlock Holmes
9:15--Dark and Dangerous
9:45--D ble Feature-
DOean Martin Roasts
G org Tun"and
12:50--Late News ileadlines

12:35-Sign-On News
12:40-Christispher Closeup

Fifth graders at Diablo Elementary School listen with Sarah Follef ha~d a fully outfitted model fireman and
rapt attention as Lt. H. W, Teal of the Canal Zone~ firefighting equipment on display in the schooL Seated
Fire Department explains how the self-contained .from left to right are students Kevin Cameron, Jack
breathing apparatus strapped to his back allows a fire- Dietz, William Turpen,. Madeline Bailey, ;Debra
man to enter a toxic atmosphere to fight a fire or per- Maviglia-and Carrie Cotton.
form a rescue. During Fire Prevention Week, teacher

High school seniors and students
attending Canql Zone College who
are considering getting involved in
Army ROTC during their college
years will. he interested to know
of the latest development in the
It's called the Reserve Com-
panents Option, and it offers new
second lieutenants the opportunity
to serve with either the Army 194-
tion~al Guard or the Army Reserve
while beginning civilian careers. In
most cases this means being a: part
of a Reserve unit located in the city
a~ town where fou plan to live or
The opportunity to choose t~o serve

with the Reserve Components is
open -only to nonlscholarship Army
ROTC cadets. Scholarship winners
must serve four year on active duty.
It is available to cadets enrolled in
the traditional four-year program
as well as those ~in the neiv two-year
' If you select the Reserve Com-
ponent Option, you will have to
attend an officers basic course the
summer after graduating from col-
lege, before plunging into a civilian
career. From then on you can serve
your country and at the same time
enjoy the financial and social ben-
efits available to members of the
Army National Guard or the Army

OF Pre-Columbian Art
Archaeology buffs and collectors
of historical artifacts should be
aware that the U.S. Customs Service
has, amen~~idel its regulations on the .
`imp~oitation of pre-Columbian art.
Effective~ August .15, 1978; the
Ir qulatlons probab~it the importation
Intesl Ihe- l~irmed~ States of any pre-
,Columhbian monumentalt or architec-
tural ~sculpture or mural which has
been exported from its country of
origin, whether ~the.artifact is im-
ported directly or; indirectly :from
its country of origin. ~
Public Law 92-587 (1`9 UCSC
2091-20958) defines pre-eolumbian
monumental br architectural sculp-
fure or mural to include, among
Other things, any stone carving or
, wall art which is the product of a
pre-Co~lumbian Indian culture of
Mexico C central cu South Americ

(On the basis of total Federal service)

40 Years

Engineering and Construction
Elbert A. Belgrave .
Elwin C. W Conliffe
SLionel A. Perry

Works lato States
is subject. to export control by the
country of origin. .
Section 12.105(a) of the U.S. Cus-
toms Regulations identifies country
of origin by applying the term pre-
Columbian~ monumental or archi-
tectural sculpture or mural to spe-
cific articles of the pre-Columbian
Indian cultures of Bolivia, British
Honduras, Colombia, Costa Rica,
Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El
Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras,
Mexico, Panamna, Peru and Vene-

Instead of waiting for your ship
to come in, wouldn't it be quicker
if you rowed out to meet it? '

Tues., 7:30--Hallow'een Nite-Free
Wed., 7:30--St. Ives (SIT) (PG)
Thurs., 7:30--Breaking Point (R)
Fri.-GColdfinger (G)
Friday Owl Show, 9:30--Willard (SIT) (PG)
Sat, Jr. Mat., 2:00--Magnificent seven (Gr :

Su.JrA Mt, 2:GO-he ea a Couch (SIT) ( )
Sun.-Mon.--Class of '44 (SIT) (PG)
Tues., 7:30--Halloween Nite-Free
Sun.-Mon.--St. Ives (SIT) (PG)
Tues.--Breakinig Point (SIT) (R)
Wed.-Thurs.--An Unmarried Woman (SIT) (R)
Fri.--The Great Sioux Massacre (G)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 2:00--Born Free (0)

Su. r. a. 2rO -)Lady Takes a Sailor(G) ~
Sun.-Guess Who's Coming To Dinner (PG)
"AII night shows begin at 7:00 except as
shown. All shows are post meridiem time
except as shown. Program subject to change.
mitted. General audience. (PG) Parental
guidance suggested, some material may
not be suited for preteenagers. (R)- Re
Sstricted. Persons under 17 not admitted
unless accompanied- by parent or legal
guardian. (X) Persons under 17 not ad-
mitted. (SIT) Indicates Spanish titles.
S(BW) All in color unless listed.

BALBOA (Air-Conditioned)
Fri., 6:30, 8:05--Snow White and the
Seven 'Dwarfts (G) :
Friday Owl Show, 10:00--The Gorgian (6)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 10.00 a.m.--Three Stoo~ges

Sunny Or. t, 1 :O--Jack the Cialit Killer (G)
Sat-Sun., 2:30, 6:15, 8:10-Mon;, 6:15,
8:10--Thunder and Lightning (PG)
Tues,. 6:15, 8:10--Von Richthofen and
Brown (SIT) (PG) ,
T d 61,6 8 30 bioo anyo(SIBT (q)

Fri.-iln Like Flin (GMBA
Friday Owl Show, 9:15--Maihille Gun
McCain (PG)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 6:15--1'ItTake Sweden (SIT) (G)
Sat., 8:15-Return of the Seven SIT) (G)
Su -~Clolse Enc~ounters of the bhird

Tues.--Hhalloree (N )6( G

Sun.-The Front (SIT) (PG)
Mon.--Close Encounters of the Third
Kind (SIT) ( G)
Wed.-The Farmer (SiT) (R)
COCO SOLO T1Air-Conditioned)
Fri.--King Kong (PG)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00--Traitor's Gate (PG)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 2:00--Kings of the Stan (G)
Sun., 2:00-RAobin and Marian (SIT) (PG)
Sat.-Sun.-Mon., 7:30--An Unmarried Woman
(SIT) (R)

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Revised Garstoms Regulations Ben Importation

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IeteridS Open, Stores Closed on November 3

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October 27, 19'78

prohibited in packages addressed to
some military post offices.
.. Use complete and legible
addresses, including house numbers,
apartment numbers, and ZIP codes
on all mailings to insure accuracy
of distribution and delivery.
. Use insurance, registry, cer--
tified mail, priority, special delivery,
and special handling for protection
and security.
. .. Enclose a. slip of paper inside.
each package listing the contents
and the name and address~ of the
mailer and addressee in case the
outer wrapping .of the 'package.
comes dff.
.: All articles should be packed
in boxes of ivood, mietalesolid fiber-
board or strong :double-face,~ cor ---s
rugated fiberboard. (A shoebox is
an example of ain unacceiata'ble con-
tainer.) The box sh~ou~ld be wrapped ,
in heavy paper using filament re-
inforced tape rather than,twine or An act of
cord for, closure. Sufficient cushion- materials
ing material should be used to gineering
prevent any rattling or- loosening ,and Theo
of the articles within the package. Special Ac
Unless boxes are tightly packed, the life of
they are likely to be crushed. the roadw
the water.
. Customs declaration forms
2966-A or -2976 must be completed
by the sender. The dclaration must C
I~~~~~~~e~ ~ copeewt nacrt
scription of the contents. The Su
.. Packages accepted for mail- nounced P
ing cannot exceed 70 pounds in of operation
Weight and 100 inches in length and dence Da
girth. Canal Zor
-The schedule listing the recom- On Frid
mended mailing dates for mail stores incl
originating in the Canal Zone dise and ~
appears on page 1- tions. war~

While people living in the United
States are just now getting ready
for Halloween, we in the Canal
Zone are already geaiing up for
Christmas. Local residents know
that the best way to be sure that
your cards, letters and packages
arrive on time is to mail them early.
But in addition, you need to cor-
rectly prepare them for mailing. The
following post office hints and mail-
ing schedule will help you to insure
that your loved ones have a happy
Christmas and get all that's coming
to them.
. The value of bona fide gifts
that may be sent duty free to the
United States has been raised from
$10 to $25. The sender mist mark
the package "Bona Fide Gift-Not
Exceeding $25" and itemize the
~confents of the package.
., U.q. Customs regulations per-
mit the placing of gifts for several
individuals in one' package ~and
addressing the -package to one
consignee. However~ each iridivid-
ual parcel enclosed ~within the
larger pa'ckaige must te-eparattoly
wrapped, marked with- the: name
and address of the intended re-
cipient and endorsed "Bona Fide
Gift--Not Exceeding $25." The out-
tideapdakeagestinustwbe en (rsedbon

' albue df Eh No sExce isg d 5
.. Patrons should check with
their postmaster as to what articles
are prohibited for mailing. Matches
and lighter fluid may not be mailed
to overseas military addresses, and
cigarettes, other tobacco products,
coffee and various other items are

Bravery 'and a suggestion for conserving
paid off for. three employees of the En-
and Construction Bureau.'Leg Austin, center,
'philus D. Best, right, together received a
ct Award-in the amount of $300 for saving
Sa nian suspended from a stanchion below
ay of Thatcher Ferry Bridge, 200 feet above
.Austin and Best, employed by the Main-

tenance and Electrical Divisions respectively, risked
their own lives in order to. pull the man to safety.
Electrical Division employee Francisco Siu received
a certificate and a check for $805 for suggesting that
job order reports be printed out continuously rather
than one to a page. The savings to the Company per
yea; for the cost of paper will amount to $20,400.
The awards were presented by Gov. H. R, Parfitt.

Margarita cafeterias and th'e Ancon
Drive Inn, will be closed. Balboa
and Marggrita cafeterias will operate
their regular 24-hour schedules.
The Ancon Drive Inn will operate
from 11:30 a.m. to 11 p~m.
The Gasoline stations will be open
their normal reduced-hoc? holiday
schedules: La Boca gas lanes and
merchandise section, 6:30 a.m. to
1 p.m.; Gamboa, 8 a.m. to 12 noon;
Margarita, 6:30- a.m. to 12 noon,
All others will be closed.

Bowling alleys will be open from
3;30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. to accom-
modate prescheduled League bowrl-
ing commitments. The. Snack Bar
and Ice Cream Parlor at the Balboa
Bowling Center will be closed.
Theaters will operate in accordance
with announced movie schedules.
All production plants will be
closed with the exception of the
SMount Hope.Milk Plant which will
operate with a limited crew on that

the Ancon
eluding all
dise opera

Ipply .Division has an-
maama Canal store hours
,n for Panama's Indepen-
y a legal holiday in the
lay, November 3, all retail
uding townsite merchan-
vrending convenience sec-
ehouses, optical shops and
SLaundry will be closed.
Center operations in-
l food and small merchan-
!tions except Bralboa and

Halloween is here again, and the
Civic Counoils once more have
some good advice for Canal Zone
residents. To prevent injuries to
small children and annoyance to
residents, the Councils ask that
..a~low their children to
trick or treat.only between the hours
of 5 to 6:30 p.m. on October 31;
.: distribute treats to children
of elementary and preschool age
only and _discourage all others;
.refrain 'from distributing
treats after 6:30 p.m-
In Margarita, Halloween activi-
ties will include a party for young

children in the afternoon, trick or
treating between the specified hours,
and a free movie beginning at 6:30
p.m. The Red Barn will hold a
"haunted house" for teenagers
tomorrow nights
In lieu of trick or treating in~
Gamboa, the Civic Council and
Women's Club will co-sponsor Hal-
loween festivities beginning at
5:30 p.m. for preschoolers and
children through grade six who
attend Gamboa Elementary School.
The Coco Solo-France Field
Civic Council is offering free movies
and popcorn at the Coco Solo
Theater at 7 p.m., after trick or


4 &

Lu. Tocumen-8 a.m. EST
Arr. Miami-11:30 a.m. EDT
Tues. May 15
Thurs. May 31
Fri. June 1
Sat. June 2
Mon. June 4
Tues.. June 5 flightst)
Tues. June 12
Tues. June 19
Tues. June 26
Tues. July 3
Tues. July 17

Mun JAu ~l
Tues. Aug. 28
Lo. Tocumen--8 a.m. EST
Arr. Neto Orlean~s-1:15 a.m. CDT
Wed. June 6

Lo. Miamd-6:50 p.m. EDT
Arr. Tocutmen--8:Q0 p~m. EST
Mon. June 25 '
Mon. July 2
Mon. July 9
Mon. July 16
Mon. July 23
Mon. ,July 30
Tues. July 31
Mon. Aug. 6
Sun. Aug. 12
Mon. Aug. 20
;Tues. Aug. 21
M .. A g.

Lo. New Orleans-5 p.m. CDT
Arr. Tocumnen-8:15 p.m. EST
Thurs. Aug. 16

To the casual observer the vessel in the picture in the 200,000th oceangoing commercial vessel to transit the
Marine Director's Office could be just another big ship waterway. More recently, Captain Saunders was the
making a southbound transit through Gaillard Cut. first control pilot on the QE-2 when she made her first
But for Panama Canal pilot Capt. Furman D. Saunders historic transit through the Canal in March 1975. In
the 799-foot Liberian bulk carrier "Pennsylvania Getty" addition to his outstanding professionalism as a pilot in
has a very special meaning as he recalls the historic events marking Panama Canal milestones, Captain
event of taking her through the Canal in May 1974 Saunders has served temporary assignments as Assistant
when she was the 4a00,000th oceangoing cmmercial Port Captain, Balboa and as Chief and Deputy Chief,
vessel to transit the Canal since the waterway was Transit Operations. Among his unofficial achievements
opened in 1914. Seventeen years earlier, in October is the reconstruction of the miniature of the bark
1957, Captain Saunders also had the distinction of "Constantine" on display at the Canal Zone Library-
being the pilot on Grace Line's "Santa Mercedes," the Museum. Captain Saunders is retiring later this month.

Bona Fide Gikts Up to $25 in Yelue

May Be Mailed Duty Free to Ub.S.

C.Z. Civic Councils Advise Trick or Treating

in Early-Evening Hours for Safer HallOWeta

May Through August 1979 (Rev. 10-78)

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Seasoned trick or treaters know that "'charity begins at home." Meet th
Oliver children: left tb right, back row, April, Misty and Troy; front row
2 Melody, Christy and Heidi. Their father Cleve Oliver is a coach a
; Balboa High School*

1 In-Senrice Employee Transfer-Vacancy Bulletin

A 2 so OBLIGATED POSITION: A permanent Canal Zone Government-Panama Canal Compar
employee selected for this position does not jeopardize his permanent status.. His currel
P 1 position, subject always to possible regrading or abolishment, is reserved for his return
'following completion of his assignment. Career employees (tenure group 1) in obligate
A 1 positions are in tenure group 2 for reduction-in-force purposes.
P 1
A 1 *
A 1 UpWard Mobility Target Position
P 1

Painting Worker, MG-7 (Knowledge of English)
P 1 (Swimming ability required) _,__ _______----- __ $3.144 Locks A
A 1 The Upward Mobility target positions listed above are permanent and open to eligible
employees interested in training as learner. To apply, employees must complete an Upwar
-P 1-1 Mobility Program Application form which may be obtained -from their division administrative
A 1 officers. All employees must submit their applications no later than 7 calendar days frol
P 3 date of this publication. Pacific side employees may deliver or mail applications to th
A 1 Upward Mobility Program Coordinator in Building 345, Ancon, or P.O. Box 2012, Balbo
Heights. Atlantic side employees may deliver or mail applications to the Cristabal Pe
A 1 sonnel Office Building 1105, Cristobal or P.O. Box 5051, Cristobal. For further information
call the Coordinator, at 52-7570.
P 1
P 1 1 I

A-P 1-2 t I t

October 27, 1978




In-Service Employee Transfer-

Vacancy Bulletin

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for appointment without regard to race,
religion, color, national origin, sex, age, partisan political affiliation, or any other non-
merit factor. A separate application must be submitted for each job listed. The base rates
Shown will be increased for U.S. citizens by appropriate differential plus a tax factor where
applicable. i Indicates written test requirement. # Signifies a security position to be
filled only by a U.S. citizen.

Gary P. Dunsmoor will present
an update on current planning to im-
plement the Panama Canal Treaties
at the Nov~ember I meeting of Phi
Delta Kappa.
His subject will be "The lreaty--
An Overview of Where We Are
Now,'" and he will have slides and
a printed st mmary of the points
he, covers:
Dunsmoor is chief of the Treaty
Planning Division, Executive Plan-'
ning Staff of the Panama Canal
He was born in the Canal Zone,
graduated from Balboa High School
and received his bachelor's and
master's degrees from Michigan
State University.
Members are encouraged to in-
vite guests for the happy hour at
6 p.m., dinner at 7 and the program
at 8 at the Fort Amador Officers'
F7or reservations, call Dr. W. E.
ondurant at 52-7896.

DUty ReStrictOnRS eVISed
In U.S. Residents' Favor
U.S. residents returning ho)me
. with goods liable for duty n ill find
e that duty restrictions have b~een
,revised in their favor.
It According to a new law signed b~y
President Jimmy Carter, U.S. res-
idents will pay less duty on goods
brought into the United States.
The new legislation imposes a flat
ten percent charge on purchases
1 worth nore than the exempted $300
yand worth less than $900.
nt For purchasesiover $90(1, varied
rnrates apply according to the type of

Anti- 8 fOreStaffon
(Coniuneatfrom p. 1

Newspaper -articles describing the
Adverse environmental impact of
cutting, burning and farming on the
ed forest ecology already have ap-
~e peakedd in the Panama press. Con-
m ferences have been held between
ePanamanian officials and farmers lo-
'a cated near the Canal Zone to dis-
ncuss the effects of forest destrue-
tion. Throughout the coming
Months, radio and television inter-
views and announcements are
scheduled for frequent airing on
Panamanian and Canal Zone radio
and TV.
In addition to the edlucationlal
campaign, an enforcement and sur-
veillance program directed towards
preventing further cutting, clearing
and burning operations has begun.
The Panama Canal's Police Divi-
sion is responsible for implementa-
tion of surveillance and enforce-
ment. Coordination of the program
is the responsibility of the Can~al's
environmental control officer.
In addition to preservation of the
watershed in the Canal Zone, the
control program will contribute to
the protection of the forest itself,
wildlife habitats, water quality, andi
Ired~ction of soil erosion.

Drug Recall
T'he manufacturer is recalling
Vick's Sinex and Sinex Long Acting
ntasal sprays because of production
difficulties with some recent lots..
Customers should return the prod-
ucts to Panama Canal Company
sulpermar~kets for refund.

Bureaur Lo- Va-
or ca- can-
Divisionl tion cies
Fin. Vice Pres. P 1
Adm. Serv. P 2
Dredging P 1
Dredging P 2
Dredging P 2
Com. Serv. P 1

Auditor, NM-12~ ------ ---- ------- ------ -----$21,944.0
Bindery Worker, MG-7 (Knowledge of English) (Intermittent) _$3.14
Biological Technician, NM-7 (Swimming ability required _$12,833.60
Biologist, NM-9 (Swimming ability required) $7.09 ----$.0
Boatman, MG-5 (Swimming ability required) $2.76 ___~_$27
Building Maintenance Control Clerk, NM-4_----- _~$6,760.00
Cement Worker, MG-6 (Knowledge of English)
(Swimming ability required) $2.83 ------- ___$28
Clerk, NM-3 ___ __ $6,032.00 ------------
I er-Ty ist NM-3 ----------I ______$,
Clerk-Stenographer, NM-3/41 6 ____----6 032.00/$6,760.00
Clerk-Stenographer, NM-41 _____ ---------$6,760.00
Clerk-Typist, NMI-21 _ $5,699.20 --_;--_--_$,6
Clerk-Typist, NM-41 (Knowledge of Eng ish $6,760.00 _6,70.0
Clinic Clerk--Receptionist, NM-3/4 ------$6,032.00/$6,760.00
Crane Operator, MG-9 ;- _--- ..$---- _____5.09
Customs inspector, NM-99g (Driver's license required __$15,489.00
Drill Rig' Operator, MG-8 ..;----------- .--$3.73
Orill Rig Operator, MG-10 $7.07 __-------~---70
Engineering Equipment Operator, M -8
(Driver's license required) $3.73 ____________57
Equipment Repairer, MG-8 $3.73______- _____$37
Fuel Distribution System Worker, MG-8 (Knowledge of
English) (Driver's license required) $3.73 ________$37
General Property and Supply Specialist, NM-L __ $12,833.60 33.6
Guard/Guard (Correctional), NM-4/'5 (Knowledge of
SEnglish/Spanish) (Driver's license required) .
(Shift work required) $6,760.00/$7,571.00 000/7,51.0
HeltperN Cman wooideand steel, MG5 _____--__-$27
Laborer, MG-3 $2.68 _- __-_-._______-

Li esell Pactical Nurse, $603.0/$ 70.0

Linehandler, MG-4 (Intermittent) (Swimming ability
required) (Shift work required) $2.71 __________$27
Mch ne Tool Oerator, MG-8 ___-- _-- L______37

Maintenanceman (Li 6i F es) #68 (Swim ing ablt
required) (Knowledge of English) (Driver s license required) _$3.73
Maintenance Scheduler, FN-7 (Know edge o'f English)
(Driver's license re uired) $8 79 ____________$87
Management Analyst, NM-9/11 $15,496.0 $1,49.0 /$18,553.60
Marine Cairpenter, MG-9 ____- $5.09 __________$5
Marine Machinist Helper, MG-5 __________ $2.76 2.7
Medical Officer (Cardiovascular Disease), -NM-14 $33,841.60 1.6
Medical Radiology Technician (Diagnosis), NM-4/6 (Shift work
riiquired) (On call) (Training and expeerience needed in special
procedures and nuclear medicine) ______$6,760.00/$11,564.80
Messenger, NM-2 ---------_-- $5,699.80 5,6
Nurse/Clinical Nurse, NM-7/9
(Shift work required) $12,833.60/$15,496.00 0/$5,46.0
Oiler, MG-6- __________ $2.83 ____________
Oiler (Floating Plant), MG 8 (Swrimming ability required $3.73 _3,3
Painter, MG-9 ___-_----_- ___________$5.09
Painting Worker, MG-7 (Knowledge of English)
(Swimming ability required) $3.14 ___________$31
Passenger Rate Specialist, NM-5/7
(Knowledge of English) $7,571.20/$12,833.60 0/12,83.6
Payroll Technician, NM-5/6 $5-------$ ,571.20/$11,564.80
Pipefitter, MG-10 $7.07 _--______________

Pipefitters, MG-10 $7.07 ___-___--______1$
Sandtilaster, MG-7 $3.14 _-- ___---- ~ _-_.-
Shipwright Worker, MG-8 $3.73 _________,____37
Supervisory Supply Clerk, NM 5 $7,571.20 _-_-_7,712
Supply~ Clerk, NM-3 _______- $6,032.00 --__$603.0
Supply Clerk, NM-3/4 (Bilingual)
(Driver's license required) ________$6,032.00/$6,760.00
Tool Room Mechanic, MG-7 $3.14 ___________$31
Tug Seaman, MG-7 (Swimming ability required) $3.14 ____$,1
Water Treatment Plant Operator, 140-10__ ....._ _$7.07 -

Animal Caretaker, MG-5 (NTE 9-30-79) $2.76 __._.__-$27
Clerk-Typist, NM-41 (Bilingual) (NTE 5 mobths $__~___6,760.00
Clerk-Typist, NM-41 (Bilingual) (NTE 1 year $6,760.00 _6,70.0
Civil Engineer, NM-9 (Knowledge of Spanish)
(Driver's license required) (NTE 1 year $14,747.20 4,77.2
SGuard, NM-4 (NTE 12-22-78) (Knowledge of English/Span sh)

Locks A
Maintenance P

lnu tar at A
Comn. Serv. P
Health P
Railroad P
Canal Prot. A
Ciico Solo Hos. A
Industrial A
Customs P
Dredging P
Dredging P

Maintenance P
Industrial A

Marine Bunk. P
Storehouses P


Maint. Water
and tab.

Gorgas Hos.

SPort Capt.

Marine Bunk

Fin. Vice Pres.
Gorgas Hos.

Gorgas Hos.
Industrial -

Health A


Adm. Serv.
Fin. Vice Pres.
Maint. W ter

Dredging -

SMaint. Water
and Lab.

Vet. Med.


Fuel Distributioli System Worker, WIG-8 (Knowledge of
English) (Driver's license required) __ ----

_$3.73 Marine Bunk. A

(Driver's license required) (Shift work required) $6,760.00,70.0 Police P 1
Library Aid, NM-3 (NTE. 1 year) (Part-Time NTE 30 hours ___.__$2.90 0.Z. Library- A 1
Motor Vehicle Operator, MG-5 (Driver's becense requ red)
(NTE '9-30-79) -- ___- _ --__ ____$2.76 Gorga~s Hos. -P 1
Payroll Clerk, NM-5 (NTE 1 year)__________ $7,571.207,51.2 Fin. Vice Pres. P 3

Applications must be submitted to the Employment and Placement Branch, Building 366,
Ancon, or Building 1105, Cristobal, on Form 443, APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER, no later than
seven (7) calendar days from the date of this publication. This 7-day deadline is subject
to extension at the request of the Division advertising the vacancy, or as decided by the
Chief, Employment and Placisment Branch. Qualifications Standards may be reviewed at
either of these offices or at the Canal Zone Library. Further information may be obtained
from. the Employment and Placement Branch, telephone 52-3583, 52-7867 or 52-1288.
Qualified handicapped individuals may call or visit the. Coordinator for the Employment of
the Handictipped Program for counseling with regard to any of the above-listed vacancies.
The Coordinator's office is located in Building 345, Room 101, Ancon,,C.Z. telephone 52-7570.

What the deuce is this?

Page 4

Uunsmoor to Speak on

-~~) StatUs of Treaty Plans

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~a~5~ -

Spillway del Canal de Panarna

Vol. XVII, No. 10 Viemrne 27 de Octubre de 1978

~~j~ IIPanameiios y Norteamericanos Inician
Plan Para Proteger Cuence clel Canal

Tshls dip Donsiones a fa Sends Unids
13o Die de la Csmpaile
considad % de
Direceide ~ recibida la metar
Asuntos Civiles ____ __ __ _----- $25,046.25 75.9
Ingenieria y Construcci6n--- ------ -.38,857.08 86.3
Vicepresidente de. Finanzas _ _ _-- 7,579.50 105.1
Salubridad ----- ------ --- -- -- 23,552.30 92.8
Operaciones Maritimas --- - ---,- 41,638.00 94.6
Personal -- ----- ------- --- 6,74~2.00 126.5
Comitiva del Gobernador _-_----- 7 ,894.00 108.0
Abasto y Servicios Comunales__---- 35,351.75 126.9
Transporte y Terminales __ ____--- 24,102.00 103.5
Tof~al _- _ _ _ _ _---- $210,762.88 93.7
otraf Agendas
Fuerza A~rea ------ --- --______ $23,464.59 107.1
Ej~rcito __ -------------- -- 60,272.91 60.9
Armada ---- -------- ----- ---- 1,371.00 18.2
Comando Sur de los Estados Unidos __--- 3,225.94 95.2
Administraci6zi Federal de Carreteras--- 255.00 102.0
Corte de Distrito_______----- 38.00 16.9

Ine ttu S toth oian 1,0 1 8
Gran Total ______------ $300,555.32 75.1

las sriyas en "Halloween". dQuidnes son los disfrazade

Mdis de 64 Aiios al Servicio del Comercio, Mundial

La Companiia del Canal de Pa-
nam8, el Departamento de Defensa
de los Estados Unidos y el Gobierno
de Panami han iniciado una cam-
paila conjunta encaminada a con-
trolar y prevenir la continuaci6n de
l'a destrucci6n de las Areas foresta-
les que actualmente quedan dentro
de la Zona del Canal. Entre las ac-
ciones bilaterales, se incluirln cam-
patias de divulgaci6n y educativas
y medidas de vigilancia y durante
los pri~ximos 12 meses dirigidas a
eliminar la agriculture de tala y
quema, pr~ctica que durante los 6l-
timos afios se ha convertido en un
serio problema en la Zona del
Canal. La tala illegal, quema y agri-
culturai en la Zona del Canal ha
dado lugar a la deforestaci6n que
amenaza la fuente de agua que
abastece al Canal de Panama y que
podria afectar la capacidad de la
via maritima para tender el co-
mercio interoce~nico.
Se ha calculado que dentro de la
Zona del Canal anualmente se des-
pejan unas 500 hectiireas de selva
entire enero y abril cuando los agri-
cultores talan y queman la selva
virgen para preparar la tierra para
la siembra despubs de las primeras
Iuvias fuertes.
Entre las Areas de la Zona del
Canal que mis han sido afectadas
por este tipo de agriculture figuran
el Area de Chiva Chiva, la Reserva
Forestal de Madden, la ribera nor-
este del Canal a 10 largo del Camino
Pipeline y toda la ribera occidental
del Canal incluyendo las Areas de
entrenamiento military.

1,041 agricultores trabajando las
tierras de las riberas orientales y
occidentales, de los cuales 849 re-
siden en Panami y 192 son agricul-
tores indigentes en la Zona del
La Subcomisi6n del Medio Am-
biente del Grupo de Trabajo Bi-
nacional ha efectuado un sinndmero
de reuniones para desarrollar un
plan de acci6n basado en el hecho
de que se necesita adoptar un pro-
grama de prevenci6n de la defores-
taci6n antes que e] pr6ximo cilo
de agriculture .de tala y quema
comience en noviembre.
Participaron en estas reuniones
representantes de la Compaiiia del
Canal de Panami; la Direcei6n Na-
cional de Recursos Naturales Reno-
vables de PanamB; el Proyecto para
el Desarrollo Integral del Sector
Atlintico del Canal de Panam6; el

.Proyecto del Sector Oriental del
Canal de Panami; la Direcei6n de
Estadistica y Censo del .Ministerio
de Planificaci6n y Politica Econ6-
mica; la Agencia para el Desarrollo
International; la Embajada de los
Estados Unidos; el Comando Sur
del EjBrcito de los Estados Unidos;
la Brigada 193 de Infanteria, y el
Institute de Investigacibn Tropical
A travks de estas reuniones, Pa-
nami y la Zona del Canal se com-
prometieron a llevar a cabo una
campatia de divulgaci6n sobre el
medio ambiente dirigida a la pobla-
ci6n agricultora y al pdiblico en ge-
-neral en PanamA. El propbsito de
esta campafia es recalcar la impor-
tancia de conservar los recuirsos na-
turales. Esto se Ilevar6 a cabo por
medio de un program ~binacional
(Contindia et la pdigina 4)

El martes en la noche, los hogares en la Zona del Canal ser~n invadidos
por gnomes, bailarinas, payasos y quiz~s una que- otra calabaza durante el
tradicional recorrido de los vecindarios en busca de golosinas. Como ha
hecho Bonnie Oliver, que reside en Cirdenas, es aconsejable tener pastillas
y otros dulces a manor para satisfacer a los gosolosos que salen a hacer de

os? Vea la pigina

r4. Un censo efectuado recientemen.
Ste por autoridades del Gobierno de
PanamP entire los agricultores indi-
g:ntes que vive ndengro udt las
de Cna losagrcle del
viven cerca de-aZona d Canal y
entran a la Zona ilegalmente a sem-
ers rar y casechar, muestra que hay

Adreo Maritimo
Dic. 5 Oct. 23
Dic. 1 Oct. 29
Dio. 13 Nov. 15
Dic. 9 Nov. 10
Dic. 7 Nov. 10
Dic. 9 Oct. 31
Di.9 Oc.2





Dic. 1



Africa ----------- -- --- -- ---
Australia -_
Canadi y M~xipo _______.-----
El Caribe _----,----- -- -
Ambrica Central, Sur Am rica -------
Europa -
LOreant Mr __--------- ---
Asia Sudoriental__ __ --~----

Oct. 23 Los nuevos enchufes modulares
~son mis pequefios y han Ilegado a
ser casi uniforms en toda la indus-
tria. Son parte del concept del Al-
MC so~ mac~n de Telkfonos, que permit
que el subscriptor enchufe su tel6flo-
Dic. 13 no y se 10 lleve con 61 al mudarse
Oct. 31 de una casa a otra, 10 Ileve al Alma-
Nov. 15 ckn de Telkfonos para cambiarlo
Nov. 15 porque se ha dafiado o cambiarlo
Oct. 28 por otro color que coordine con el
Nov. 10 decorado de su nueva casa.
Oct. 31 Estb pendiente del SPILLWAY
Oct. 23 para saber los detalles de este nuevo
Nov 1 concepto en servicio telefbnico que
Oct. 23 ha de inaugurarse dentro de los
Oct. 23 pr6ximos meses.

A Correos Militares de Ultramar
Paqruete Cupo
care Ad o) d sonble

Sur y Centro Ambrica
via Howard AMT _
Africa ---;---
Alaska ---~-
Hawai ___
Australia` ----
El Caribe_- :---
Europa __ ----
Lejano Oriente ---
G onandia ----

Oriente Medio ___
Asia Sudoriental ._

Dic. 13
Nov. 6
Nov. 29

Nov. 8
Nov. 19
Nov. 15
Nov. 15
Nov. 1
Oct. 27
Nov. 6

DD .



Dic. 13
Nov. 14
Dic. 7

Nov. 15
Nov. 27
Nov. 24
Nov. 24

Nov. 2

Nov. 13

Para Mander Envios Navided s

Correos Dom~sticos (Civiles)
Carras Paquc
48 Estados Contiguos:
Correo MaritimQ. ----------,- ;-- ------- Nov.
Correo de Primera Clase y Prioridad_-- Dic. 15 Dic.
Alaska y Hlaw~ai:
Correo Maritimo ----~------ ------- Nov.
Correo de Primera Clase y Prioridad__-- Dic. 14 Dic.
Correo .DomBstico (M litar)
Cartas Paqu~
48 E e de OC era Clase y. Prioridad_--- Dic. 15 Dic.
Paquetes PA ____- ---- ------ De
Pjaquetes SAM ---:- - - .--- -----_ _- Dic.
Correo Internacional a Direcciones Geogrblicas

NUevos Enchutes de

TeefglODOS en la Zons
El Ramo de Comunicaciones ha
comenzado~ a convertir ~todas las
instalaciones telef6nicas dentro de
la Compatifa del Canal de PanamA
a enchufes de tipo modular.
Las instalaciones de cada una de
las residencies serfin reemplazadas
a se instalarin dos nuevos enchufes
sin costo para el client.
Muchos de los subscriptores del
Area de servicio de Balboa estin
aprovechando esta situaci6n para
solicitor al personal del servicio te-
lef6nico cine cambie sus instrumen-
tos de tipo rotative a los nuevos
tel~fonos de botones.

PT~rosatW de~ AditStramientO de

Obcides Ofrece; Nuevs Opcibn

Respuest tJ f t- n gma ~de
la -semana pasada: cuatro de las
'hmene d la Plara desEner-

Se recuerda a los buzos que deben
aprenderse la ubicacibn de las CA-
maras de Recompresi6n en la Zona
del ~Canal para usarlas en caso de
La chmara del sector Atl~ntico
est9 ubicada.en la Barcaza de Sal-
vaniento U.S. 208, estacionada en
la Escuela de Buceo y Dep6sito de.

Ytsd atbn L ad cara debsec
tor Pacifico esti ubicada en el Com-
plejo de la Divisi6n Industrial,
pr6ximo al Dique de Carena N9 1.
Para activar las cfimaras, notifi-
que inmediatamente a la Estaci6n
de Policia de Balboa 0 de Crist6-
bal y Ileve al paciente a la edmara
de recompresibn mis cercana.
Los carteles que indican las ubi-
caciones y procedimietitos pueden
obtenerse 11amando al 52-3289.

Lign de Softball Fernenina
La'Liga Femen~ina de Bola Sua-

neva tpordc d 197 men n
pi'4ximo, en Balboa.
Pueden obtenerse solicitudes des-
de- ahora hasta el 10 de noviembre
escribiendo a: PWSL, Box 3325,
Balboa, C.Z. o Ilamando a los fun-
cionarios de la liga despubs de las
5 p.m.-Treva Bedwell, president,
52-8127; Brunilda Carroll, vicepre-
sidenta, 52-2109; Amaly Holden,
secr~etaria, 85-4684; a Gilbert
Freund, tesorero,. 52-2724.

Spillway del Canal de Panama

Gobernador de la Zona dlel Canal Vicegobernador
Director de Informacidn Direbtora
El SPIriwAY es una publicacibn O~cial del Canal de PanamA, Los articulos
que en ella aparecen pueden ser reproducidos libremente. Toda colabora-
ci6n debe estar en la Oficina, de Prensa antes del mediodia del viernes
anterior a su publicaci6n. Despubs de esa fecha s610 se aceptarin noticias
oficiales de urgencia. SuSbscripci6n annual: correo ordinario $6; correo ordi-
nario, para estudiantes $4; correo akreo $19. Enviese cheque o giro postal
a favor de The Panama Canal Company y dirigido a: Jefe de Servici~
Administrativos, Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.


Viernes 27 de Octubre de 1978
Dmoinggo-The Front (SIT) (PG) Domingo y lunes--St. Ives (SIT) (PG)
Lunes--Close Encounter of the Third Kind Martes--Breaking Point (SIT) (R)
(SIT) (PG) Mi~rcoles y jueves--An Unmarried $oman
Miercoles--The Farmer (SIT) (R) (SIT) (R)
GUlA DE PELICULAS: (G) Audiencia general para personas de todas Ias ededes. (PG) So suglere
l a Gufa de los Padres, pues parte de la pellcula no serb apta para nitios. (R) Restringida.
Menores de 17 aiios tendrin que ir acompailados de uno de los padres o su guardian legal,
(X) No se admitird menores de 17 ailes. (SIT) Titulos en espaiiol.

(C g11 g ;2 *A colors. Sujeto a cambios sin previo aviso.

10:30--Programa Religioso
~12:30--Tras la Noticia -
1:00--Cine Vespertino
3:00--Cocinemos con Rosita
3:30--Plaza Sbsalino
4:00--Mundo, Infantil
5:0-aTreme da Corte

6:30 Teved6s Infporma
7:30--Los Waltons
8:30--Acci6n y Misterio
10:30-liltimas Noticias
11:00--Ultima Tanda
120 -DresMIe oa Mjer
1:00--Flithol on TV-2
2:00--Bio edseliasas

4:30--El Ancho Mundo del
6:30--Teved6s Inrforma
7:30--Submarino Ro a
8:00--Misoterios de los Hardy

9:00-Arch vb Caonfido al
10:00--Cine de Oro
9:30-1La Santa Misa
10l:30--Todjo per la Patria
12:30-Boxeo de Ayer y Hoy
2:00-Club PTL

3:00--Daniel Boone
4:00-CGine de Acciln
8:00-Los Angeles le Charlie
9:00--Best Seller
10:00--Super Estreno
10:30--Programa Religiose
11:30--Misin Mggica

_B30-ra slanNoticia
1:00--Cine Vesportino
3:00--Cocinemos con Rosita
3:30--Plaza Slsamo*
4:00--Show de Bugs Bunny
4:30--El Show de los Muppets
5:00--Viaje al Fondo del Mar
6:0-aeeld rCorte
7:30--La Mujor Bilinica

~1 3- Uiem as Nic as
11:00--Ultima Tanda
10:30--Programa Religiose
11:30l-Speedy Gonziler
1 :0Tas laeNoticia ~

3:00--Cocinemos con Rosita
3:30--Plaza Sdsamon
4:00--Tom & lerry
6:00--La Tremenda Cote
6:30--Tevrei6s Informa
7:30--Clisicos Familiares
8:30--La Familia y sus

S9:30-Sparky & Hutch
10:30-liltimas Noticias
11:00--Ultimia Tanda
10130--Programa Religiose
11:30--Benita y Cecilio
00-Ltriay Algis
1 00-Cine Vesportino
3:00--Cocinemos con Rosita
3:30--Plaza S~samon
4:08--Pajare Loco
4 30--La Gran Esfera Azul
5:00--77 Sunset Strip
60 vL dre6 nd rmort
7:30-Programa Especial
'8:30--Time/Life Presenta
100-Utmas Natiacias

03E EPrograma Religiose
12:30--Tras la Noticia
S1:00--Cine Vesportino
3:00--Cocinemos con Rosita

4:O-a v aorasde All
5:00--Surfside 6
6:00-La Tremenda Corte
6:30--Tevedds Informa
7:30-Con M de Muerte
8:30- L Mejor del Boxeo
10:00--Las Bellez~as do
10:30--Utirmas Noticias
11:00--Ultima Tanda,

Los alumnos del quinto grado de la Escuela Primaria de las de la` Zona del Canal, a la maestra Sarah Follett se
Diablo escuchan fascinados al Teniente H. W. Teal del le' ocurri6 invitar a un bomber completamente equi-
Departamnento de Bomberos die la, Zona del Cana quie' paido y. exh'ibir. el equipo para combatir fuegos en el
res explica cnino el aparato de respiracibn que Ilekva sal6n de misica de la escuela. Sentados de izquierda
amarsrado a su espalda permit que un bombefo entre a .derecha estin. los lurmnos Kevin Cameron, Jack
en una atmbsfera tbxica para combatir un fuego o efec- Dietz, William Turpen, Madeline Bailey, Debra
tuar un rescate. Como parte de las actividades de la Maviglia y Carrie Cotton.
Semana para la Prevenci6n de lincendios en las Escue-

A los graduandos de escuelas se-
cundarias y estudiantes de la Uni-
versidad de la Zona del Canal que
estin pensando ingresar en el Pro-
grama de Adiestramiento de Oficia-
les (ROTC) durante sus afios uni-
versitarios les interesard conocer la
illtima novedad del program,
Se 11ama la OpciBn de e Cmpo-
nentes de la Reserva y ofre~ce a los
nuevos subtenientes la oportunidad
de servir en la. Guardia Nacional
del Ejercito 0 en la Reserva jdel
Efi~r itjorrentras in ca no sus cre

casos formaria- part de uha unidad
de laReserva ubicada en la mismna
ciudad- o pueblo en que vive o tra-
baja el reservista.
Pu'ederi optai' por los Comnpozien-

tes de la Reserva s610 los cadetes
del "Army ROTC" que no tengan
becas. Los becados deben prestar
servicio activro por Al afios. Este plan
se ofrece a los cadetes inscritos en
el program traditional de 4 afios
asi como tamBidn a los que partidi-
pan en el nuevo program de
2 afios.
El estudiante clne escoge la Op-
ci6n de Componefites de la Reserva,
tiene que asistir a un curso bpsico
para o~eiales el verano sighiente a
su graduaci6n_ de,1a Universidad,
anee `e ntcar so carrera3 i il

su pais y al mismno tiempo disfrutar
de los beneficios financieros y socia-
les qlue ofrecen.:a sus' miembros la
Guardia Nacional del Efircito o la
Reserva del Ef~rcito.

~~'all~l 4t04colores. Suieto a camzbios sin previo aviso.

10jOi-0-Cuestiin de Minutos
10i:15-Cine Colosal
1 0:355-Festival, de Cartones
11l:15--El Arte de Cocinar*
11:45--Mack & Mayer
.12:00--Sertee de los Midrcoles
.:00-Ilnf ormatii eltMediedia

2:30-Humillados y ofendidos .
3:00--El Manalitial
3:30--Los Fabuloses Cien
a -:00--El Inspector Artilla
4:30-GBasparin ~
5:00-Los Maravilloso x

S6:00--telenoticias RPC
7:00-Las Aventuras da
7:30-Heidi' ~
8:00-Pacts de Amer

1 :0-ueti~ deMinu as
10:15--cine colosal

: 04-t~cmn de la U
11:15--El Atte de Cocinare
11:45--Mack & Mayer
120-L Cr adty Ie ordiad
1:30-VYen- Coumigo
a 2:30--Huinillados y (ifendidos
3:00--EL Manantial
3:30-Los Fabuloses Cien
4:00--El Inspector Artilla

5:0-gIl del Espacio
5:30--Dias Felices
6:00--Telenoticias RPC
7:00-Jlueves Especiales
8:00---Pacto de Amer
9:00--La Indomable
10:00--Cuesti6n de Minutes
10:15--Cine Colosal


l:5-E Art d C cn r
11:45--Mack & Mayer
li00-Ilnformativo delledied
2:30-Humillados y Ofendidel
3:00-El Manantial
3:30--Los Fabuloses Cien
4:00--El Inspector Ardilla
0 O-gulas d Espacio ~

6:00--Telenoticias RPC
7i:01--Pentagi '
8:00-Pacto dAamor

1 :0Cetin edMinutes
10ll-1-Viern~es Deporti/ve

10:00-Camine de la Verdad -
10:30--Festival de Cartones
11:15--Los Amigos del Hombr
11:45--Mc~uff; el Perro

12:1iHoa HDau ce Ilogaro
lI30-Martinez Blance

6:00--Telenoticia's RPC
7:00---Los Nuevos Vengadore!
S8:00-D0el Vechio
9:00--Barnaby Jones
10:00--Cine Monumental

9:00--Himno Nacional
9:15--La Santa Misa*
10:30--Todo per la Patrias
12:00--Si~lvese Guidn Pueda
12:00--Tope Gigio

1:00-Lios Maravilloses
Jugpuetes de F61ixo
PO-Domin o Deportive

7:00-Los Picates
ia 9:00-Artdros Tarjedi
10:00-GCran Cine
l:5-Progra naEd uantive

11:15--El Arte de Cocinare
11:45--Mack & Mlayer
.12:00--Show de Eduardo II
1:00-Informativodel Mediedi;
1:30--(en Conmigo
Zd- Hmi Iaadoa Ofendides

3:30--LosFabuloses Cien
4:00--El liaspector Ardill
5:00--Aguilas del Espacio
5:30--Dias Felices
6:0-Telesn tiias RPC
8:00-Pacto de Amer
e 9:00-La Indomable
10:00-Ceuestin de Milltos ~
H :5-Ela Ae de cinaro
12:00-Antesala ,
s 1:00--informativo del ~ediodi;
li30-VYen Conmigo
2:30--Humillades y Ofendidos
3:00--El Manantial
33-Ls e Arulo Ciena
5:00--Aguilas del Espacio
5:30-D0ias Felices
6:00--Teleneticias RPC
7:00--Pdginas de Oro
8:00--Pacto de Alior
9:00--La Indomable

L~:~ o aficionadoi a- la: arqlueologia
lue` .colechion~eig artefactos histMr-
cos ~deben que el Ser-
ricioia de Aduanas de los Estados
~Unidos~ ha 'modjificado sus reglas de
iportaci6n de-artefactos precolom-
bnos' .
A part'ir del l$ de agosto de 1978,
la ley pro~lbike 14 importacibni a los
Estados Unidos de ch~alquier pieza
precolombina de escultura histbrica
o arquitect6nica o mural que haya
sido exportado de su pais de origen
direct 0 indirectamente,
La LeyPliblica 92-587 (19 USC
2091-2095) distingue las esculturas
precolombinas, piezas arquitect6ni-
cas o murae scamo cualquier tall;;

piedra products de una culture pre-

(Seglin total do servicio Civil)

40 Aiios
Diecei6n d ngemieria
Elbert A. Belgrave
Elwin C. W. Conliffe
Lionel A. Perry

colombina de Mexico, Sui o Centro
America o las Islas del 'Caribe que
est6 sujeto a control de exportaciin
por, su pais de origen.
La Secei6n 12.105(a) del Regla-
mento de Aduanas de los Estados
Unidos identifica al pais de origen
al ap~licar el tkrminon escultura his-
t6rica o arquitect6nica o mural pre-
colombinb a articulos especificos de
las cultures indiqs precolombinas de
Bolivia, Belice, Colombia, Costa
Rica, Repliblica Dotninicana, Ecua-
dor, El Salvador, Guatemala, Hon-
duras, Mexico, Panamii, Per6 y

Pilgina 2

Octubre 27, 1978

IIevos Reg/8mentOS d t A ane PTO $ben

HIportdCi~ 0 e Arte Precbdombino a EE.UU,

COtWiSriaCOS Pertnlanecerain Cerra dos el 3 de Noviernbre

La Divisi6n de Abasto ha anun-
ciado el horatio de los lilmacenes
del Canal de PanamL para el vier-
nes 3 de noviembre, Dia de la
Ese -dia cerrarin todos los alma-
cenes, incluyendo los que tienen
secciones de miquinas expendedo-
ras de mercancias y alimentos en las
comunidades, dep6sitos, tien~das -de
6iptica y la lavanderia de Anc6n.
Las cafeterias de Balboa y Mar-
garita funcionar~n segirn sus hora-

Fpgia 3

Octubre 27, 1978


otros articulos a las oficinas de co-
rreos militaries en el extranjero.
.. Utilice direcciones legibles y
Scompletas, incluyendo ndimeros de
residencias, n6meros de apartamen-i
to, y c6digos ZIP en todos los envies
por coi~reo para facilitar la distribu-
cii~n y entrega.
.. Utilice el segure, registro,
correo certificado, prioridad, entr'e-
ga especial y manejo especial para
rotecei6n y seguridad.
.. Incluya una hoja de papel en
cada paquete con una lista del con-
tenidb y nombre y direceidn del re-
mitente y destinatario en caso de
que la envoltura -externa del pa-
qixete se despegue. ~
.. Todos los articulos deben ser
empacados .en cajas de madera,
metal, cart6n de fibras prensadas a
carton corrugado de fibras prensa-
das de double cara -(una cafeta de
zapatos por ejemplo, es un erivase
inaceptable). La -cajfea debe envol-
verse en papel grueso y, pgira cerrar-
la, debe usarse cinta ad~hesiva de
filamento, reforzada, en vez de hilo
o cuerda. Debe usarse suficiente ma-
terial amortiguador para evita5 que
los articulos dentro del paquete
suenen 0 se aflojen. A menos Que los
paquetes se empaquen, apretada.
Smente,'pueden ser aplastados.
.. El remiterite debb 11enar los\
formularios de declaraci6n de Adua-
na 2966-A o 2976. Debe hacerse
una declaraci6n complete con una
descripci6n exracta del contenido.
. Los paquetes que se aceptan
para ser enviados no deben pesar
mis de 70 libras y no deben exceder
100 pulgadas' de largo y periferia.
La lista de envies por correo re-
Scomendada por la Oficina de Co-
rreos aparece ~en la pigina 4.

ren que Comiencen

:tas cle 'Halloween'
Margarita inrcluyen: una fiesta para
joyencit~os en la tarde, rondas en las
horas especificadas y cine gratis a
las 6:30 p.m. El "Red~ Barn" ofrece
una "Casa Embrujada" a los ~ado-
lescentes mariana en la noche.
En Gamboa, en vez cle las rondas,
et Consejo Civico y el Club de Mu-
jeres patrocinarin, desde las 5:30
p.m., actividades de Halloween para
predscolares y niflos hasta del sexto
grado que asistan a la Escuela Pri-
maria de Gamboa.. -
El-Consejo Ciuico de Coco Solo-
France Field ofreceri cine gratis y
palomitas de, maiz en el Teatro de
Coco Solo a las 7 p~m., despubs de
las rondase ,

/uelos Fletedos

Mientras la gelite que vive en los
Estados Unidos apenas estj prepa-
rindose para Halloween (Noche de
las Brujas), en la Zona del Canal ya
estamos haciendo los preparativos
para Navidad. Los residents locales
saben que la mejor manera de ase-
gurarse- de que sus tarjetas, cartas
y paquetes 11eguen a tiempo es en-
viarlos temprano por correo. Pero,
ademis, deben prepararlos correcta-
mente. La Oficina de Correos ofrece
las siguientes sugerencias y lista de-
envios por correo para que sus series
queridos tengan ima feliz Navid~ad
y reciban todo lo que se les envia.
. El valor de los regales "bona
fide" que pueden enviarse libre de
impuestos ha sido aumentado de
$10 a $25. El remitente debe mar-
car el paquete "Bona Fide Gift--Not
Exceeding $25" y detallar el conte-
nido del paquete.'

.. Los reglamentos de Aduana
de Estados Unidos permiten envia
regalos.a distintos individuos' en un
Spaqluete y dirigirlo a un solo con-
signatario. Sin' embargo, ca~da par
quete ~individual dentro del. paque-
te mis grande debe estar envuelto
separadamente, marcado con el
nombre y direccibtz del destinatario
y endosado "Bona Fide Gift-Not
Exceeding $25". El paquete mas
grande debe estar endosado en el
lado de la direcei6n con el ndmero
de regales "bona fide" que hay
adentro y marcado "Value of Each
Not Exceeding $25".
.. Los clients deben verificar
con el Administrador de Correos
cuiles son.: los articulos prohibidos.
No se puedee envia dfbsforas dk li

clones de militaries en ultramar, y
se prohibe enviar cigarrillos, otros
products de tabaco, caf6 y varies

ConSeo OSivicos Sugier

Ma's Temprano las Fies
El Halloween (Nocae de las Bru-
jas) ya esti aqui y los Consejos Civi-
cos una vez mis brindan buenos
consejos a los residents de la Zona
del Canal. Pars: evitar acciderites a
los nifios Jr molestias a los~ vecinos,
los Consejos solicitan a las' amas de
casa que:
. permitan que los nitios hagan
sus rondas solamente de 5 a 6:30
p.m. el 31 de octubre;
.. distribuyan golosinas sola-
mente a los nidios de edad pre-
escolar y de primaria y se rechace
a los demis;
. no regalen golosinas despubs
de las 6:30 p.m.
Las actividades de Hallowveen en

Itinerario de Y


Mantenim~iento y de Electricidad,' respectivamente,
arriesgaroqsus vidas para rescatar al hombre. Francisco
Siu, empleado de la Divisi6n de Electricidad, recibi6'
un certificado y un cheque por $805 por sugerir que
los informes de 6rdenes de trabajo fueran impresoS en
formal continue en vez de pigina- por pigina. El ahorro
adual en costo de papel ascended~ a $20,400. Los
premios fueron entregados por el Gobernador Parfitt.

rios regulars. El expendio de comi-
dassde Ancbn funcionar8 de 11:30
a.m. a: 11 p.m. Todas Ias otras ac-
tividades del Centro de Servicios,
incluyendo las que manejan alimen-
tos y operaciones de mercancias pe-
quefias, cerrar~n sus puertas.
Las estaciones de gasalina estarin
abiertas seg~n su horario es35ecial
en dias feriados: La estacii~n de ga-
sof~ina y la secci6n de mercancias de
La Boca de 6:30 a.m. a 1 p.m.;
Gamboa, 8 a.m. a 12 meridiano;

Margarita, 6:30 a.m. a 12 meridia-
no. Todas las demis cerrarin.
Las canchas de boliche abririn
de 3:30 a 11:30np.m. para que las
ligas puedan realizar Ias actividades
ya hpero ra as. CLa refresq era y
de Balboa estarin cerradas. Los tea-
tros abririn de acusrdo don su
horario regular.
Todas las plants de producci6n
cerrarin con excepai6n de la Leche-
ria de Mount Hope que trabajarC
con una cuadrilla limitada.

De mayo a agosto de
Sale de Tocumen-8 a.m. EST
Llega a Miami-11l:30 a.m. EDT
Martes 15 de mayo ,
Jueves 31 de mayo

1979 (Revisedo 10-78)
Sale de Miami-6:50 p.m. EDT
Llega a Tocumen-8:280 -p.m: EST

Lunes .

95: de junio
2 de junio
9 de julio
16 de julio
23 de' julio
`30 de julio '
31 de julio
6 de agosto
12 die agosto
20 de agosto
21 de agosto
s 22 de agosto.
'27 de agosto

Viernes 1 de junio .
Sibado 2 de junio -
Lunes 4 de funio
Martes 5 de junio (2 vuelos)
Martes 12 de junio
Martes 19 de junio
Martes 26 de junio
Martes 3 de julio
Martes 17 de julio
Martes 31 de julio
Lunes 13 de agosto
Martes 28 de agosto
Sale de Tocumen-8 a.m. EST
Llega a N. Orleans-11:15 a.m. CDT
~MiBrooles 6 die junio

A primera vista, la nave que aparece en la foto, en la atravesar la via acultica. Hace poco el Capitin Saunders
Oficina del Director de la Marina, pareciera ser senci- fue el primer pr~ctico de control en el QE2 cuando
'llamente uno de los grandes barcos que transitan a Bste hizo su primer trinsito hist6rico por el Canal en
travis del Corte Gaillard. Pero,para el Capitin Furman marzo de 1975:- Ademis de su extraordinario profe-
D. Saunders, prjctico del Canal, el buque de carga sionalismo como prbctico en sucesos que hacen 6poca
pesada "Pennsylvania Getty"', liberiano, de 799 pies, en el Canal de PanamA, ha desempefiado cargos tem-
tiehe un significado muy especial. Saunders recuerda el porales como Capitin Auxiliar del Puerto de Balboa,
hist6rico trinsito que hizo en mayo de 1974 cuando Jefe y Subjefe de Operaciones de Trinsito y miembro
condujo la nave a travis del Canal y le toc6 la distin- de la Junta Asesora de Pricticos. Entre sus Cxitos extra-
ci6n de ser el buque NO 400,000 en pasar por el Canal oficiales, estA la construcci6n en miniature del buque
desde su apertura en 1914. Diecisiete aiios antes, en "Constantine" que se exhibe en la Biblioteca y Museo
octubre de -1957, el Capitin Saunders tambidn tuvo el de la Zona del Cgnal. -El Capitin Saunders se jubila
honor de ser el prictico del ''Santa Mercedes", de la a fines de este mes.
Grace Line, que fue la nave commercial NO 200,000 en

Sale d~e N. Orleanis-5 p.m. CDT
Llega a Tocumen-8:15 p.m. EST
Jueves 16 de agosto

No Hebra' que. Psagr Impuesto

Por Regalos de Menos de $25'

Un acto de valor y una sugerencia para coxiservar
materials merecieron premios para tres empleados de
la Direcei6n de Ingenieria y Construcci~n. Leo Austin,
centro, y Theophilus D. Best, derecha, recibieron $300
como Premnio por Acci6n Especial por salvar la vida
a un hombre suspendido de un montante, deibajo de la
curretera del Puente Thatcher Ferry, a 200 pies sobre
el mar. Austin y Best, empleados de las Divisiones de

0 Aquellos que est8n acostumbrados 21 la celebracibn de "Halloween" saben
-1 que la "caridad comienza en el hogar". Conozca a los nifios de la familiar
1 Oliver: atris de itquierda a derecha, April, Misty y Troy; delante, Melody,
1 Christy y Heidi. So padre, Cleve Oliver, es entrenador en la Escuela
1 Secundaria de Balboa.

11 Lista de Vacantes y Traslados Para Empleados
1 Trahajador de Sistemas de Distributidn de Combustibles, MG-8
1 (Se require conocimiento de inglis)(Se require
1 licencia de conductor) __ ..__________ __ __$3.73 A~iasto Comb. A 1
1 a POSICION OBLIGAD)A--Un empleado permanent de la Compaiifa del Canal de Panaml-
1 Gobierno de la Zona del Canal seleccionado para esta pos ci6n no pierde su puesto permanent.
1 st posicl6n actuadep,~c cha er o setpr sjet~atrre vluaci6(a Di aici6n sere reesderva a
1 carrera (grupo de retencl6n 1) que estin trabajando en posiciones obligadas seren clasificados
fi en el grupo de retenci6n 2 para efectos de reducci6n de personal.

POSiidna Designeda piara Movilidad Asende
Trabajador de Pintura, MG-7-(Se requiere conocimiento de
ingl~s) (Se require saber nailar)._ ._ $3.14--------$31 Esclusas
Las posiciones design~adas para el Programa de Movilidad Ascendente que aparec
lista anterior, son permanentes y disponibles para los empleadtis que est~n intere
adiestrarse como Principlantes. Para aspirar a estas positiones los empleados deber
una Solicitud para el Programa de Movilidad Ascendente. Se han distribuido copias I
formularios de solicitudes especiales a todos los funcionarios adininistrativos de la
ncs. Los emplead~s del Sector Pacifico que hayan Ilenado esta solicitud deberin ce
que la misma sea recibida por el Coordinador del Programa de Movilidad Ascendenl
de (in plazo de siete (7) dlas calendarios a partir de la focha eo que se anuncid l
Se podr8 obtener mayor informacidn Ilamaindo al Coordinador del Programa de
Ascandente al tel~fono 52-7570.

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Todo solicitante capacitado recibird consideraci6n para trabajo sin distinci6n de raza,
religion, color, nacionalidad, sexo, edad, partidarismo y afiliacidn political u otro factor no
meritorio. DeberB someterse una solicitud per separado para clida uno de los empleos que
aparecen en la lista. Los salaries indicados seran aumentados a los ciupdadanos de los EE. 1JU.
per medio del diferencial apropiado ademis del factor de impuesto cuando deba ~aplicarse'
El simbolo 1 indica que es necesario un examen escrito. El slmbolo $ indica que es una
posici6n de seguridad donde puede einglearse solamente a ciudadanos. estadounidenses.
,Direccidn va-
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POSICIONES PERMANENTES Salario Base Divisidn ti ,te
Analista de Normas Administrativas, NM-9/11 $15,496.00/$18,553.60 VP Finanzas P
Auditor, NM-12 __-__- _____ __- ___ $21,944.00 VP Finanzas (
Ayudante, Macbnice Tornero Ndutico,- MG-5 __________$2.76 Industrial A
Ayudante Vagonero--Madera y Acers, MG-5 $2.76_____-$27 Feirrcarril A
Bidlogo(a), NM-9 (Se require saber nadar $7.09.______7.9 Dragas P
Botero, MG-5 (Se require saber nadar) $2.76_______$27 Dragas P
Carpintero Nautico, MG-9 $5.09________- ____50 Industrial A
Encargado de Mantonimiento (Combustibles Liquidos), MG-8
(Se require conocimientd de ingl6s) (Se require licencia
para conducir) (Se require saber nadar) ._ _____ $3.73_$.7 Abasto Comb. P
Enfermera/Enfermera Clinica, NM-7/9
(Trabajo da turno) $12,833.60/$15,496.0033.6/$1,49 Salutiridad A-P .1
Enfermera Practica Graduada, NM-3/4
EsTe i tadde turned) Goi __L_____ $6,032.00$;6d Hos Georesas P
Especialista, Tarifas de Pasajeros, NM-5/7
(Se require conocimiento de ingiBs) ___$7,571.20/$12,833.60 Serv. Adm. P
Guardia/Guardia (Correctional), NM-4/5 (Se require
conocimiento de ingibs y espatial) (Se require licencia para
conducir) (Trabajo de turno) _-_--- __$6,760.00/$7,571.00 Policia P
Inspector de Aduanas, NM-9 (Se require
licencia para conducir) $15,496.00_________$5,960 Aduanas P
Lijador can Chorro de Arena, MG-L____________$ 3.14 Dragas P
Lubricador, MG-6 $2.83 Industrigi A
Lubricador--Planta Flotante, MG-9 (Se require saber nadar __$3.73 Dragas P
Marinero de Remolcadores, MG-7 (Se require saber nadar) __$3.14 Dragas P
Mecanico de Cuarts de Herramientas, MG-L $3.14__1__$31 Industrial .A
Meclnico de Instrumentos, MG-11 $7____________7.33 Industrial P

Mfd ico E frmdde Crdievascul rs, NM-1 .____$3816 odsu oras A
Mensajero, NM-2 -_-,- $5 699.20--____$569 Industrial A
Montador de Tuberia, MG-1O_____________-__70 $. Industrial A
Montador de Tuberia, MG-10 $--~- L------ _--$. 7 .0 Acued.y Lab. P-A 2
Obrero, MG-3 ---------- ___ ______$2 .68 Acued. y Lab. P
`OIinita, NM- __--_-----------------_----_6,Marnrtenamilento P
Of a ista deAbastoo, NNM 3 4 li. __ _-------- _$6,032 .00 Industrial A

(Se require licencia ~para conducir) ____$6,032.00/$6,760.00 Mantenimiento P
.Oficinista de Cjlnica-Recepcionista, NM-3/4 _$6,032.00/$6,760.00 Hos. Coco Solo A
Oficinista de Control-Mantenimierite de Edificies, NM-4 -$6,760.00 Serv. Com. P
Oficinista Mecandgrafo(a), NM-3 __- _------- $6,032.00 Industrial A
Oficinista Estendgrafo(a), NM-3/41 L-----$6,032.00/$6,760.00 Serv. Com. P
Oiicinista Estendgrafo(a), NM-41 ---------- _$`6,760.00 Salubridad P
M~cn sta ceandgrafo(a)),NM- 1 $5,699.20_____$569. Ferrocarril P

(Se require conocimiento de ingl~s) $6,760______$,7.00 Prot. Canal A
Oiici adea Epqu pe o de g asto, NM-5 $7,571.20 .__7,71.0 Eschusas A

(Se require licencia para conducir ~--------- _$3.73 Mantenimiento P
Operatio de Equips de Perforacibn, MG-8 $-_-----_-$. 3.7 Dragas P
Operario de Equipe de Perforaci6n, MG-10 $_----_-_-. 7.07 Dragas P
Olierario de Grlia, MG-9 $5.0-------- _______$.9 Industrial A
Operario de Herramientas de Miiquinas, MG-8 $3.73__-__$37 Industrial ~ A
Opearaio de Planta Patabilizadora de Agua, MG-10 $7.07__$.0 Acued. yLab. P
Pintor, MG-9 __. - ... ..-:- __- $5.09_,_ industrial A
Pasacables, MS-4 (Intermitente) (Se require saber nadar)
(Trabajo de (turno) --- -i- .L---- $2.-----2 7 1 Capt.PUerto P
Programadorba) to Mantenimiento, FN-T'(Se require colocimiento
de inglds) (Se require licencia para conducirk _______$8.79 Mantenimiento A
Reparildor. de Equipe, MG-8 --------- ____ ._ -- $3.73 Ilndustrial A
T~cnico(a) en Biologia, NM-7 (Se require saber nadar _$12,833.60r Dragas P
T~cnico(a)-Mldico~a) on Radiologia-Diagn6stico NM-4/7
(Trabajo de turno) (Debe estar disponible cuando se le '
necesite) (So require entrenamiento y experiencia en
procedimientos especiales y Medicina Nuclear).$6,760.00/$11,564.80 Hos. Gorgas P
Tlcnico~a) en Sistlima de Nbminas,* NM-5/6__$7,571.20/$11,564.80 VyP Finanzas P
Trabajador(a) de Encuadernacibn, MG-7l (Se require ,
conocimiento do ingl~sk (I ntermitente -_----- ;--------$3 .14 Serv. Adm. P
Trabajador, Constructor de Buques, MG-8 $3.73_ __-_-_$. Industrial A
Trabalador de Hormigln MG-6 (Se require conocimiento de
Tr or d(Se rP uire Gabe dar)___ ...d ) $2.83---2.8 Esclusas A
(Se require conocimiento de ingibs)____. ____-_$3.14 Esclusas 4\
Trabajador de Sistemas de Distribucidn, MG-8 /
(Se require conocimiento de inglis) (Se re uiere
licencia para conducirr) __ __ ____,__----- $--3.73 Abasto Comb. P

IIIG evienede a r paginao n
de divulgaci6n. Ya han aparecido
A 1 en la prensa panamefia articulos que
ekn en la described el implicto~dverso que
!sados on~ tiene la angizultura de tala y quema
rin lienar sobre la ecologia selvitica. Autori-
de dichos dades del Gobierno de Panam6 han
s divasio sostenido conferences con agricial-
rirre tores radicados ceica de la Zona del
te dentro
a misma. Canal para explicar los efectos de-
Movilidad\ *la destrucci6n de la selva. Se han
programado una series de entrevistas
y cuiias por la teledvisibn y la radio
-~de PanamB y de la Zona del Canal
en los pr6ximos meses.
Aparte de la campaiia educativa,
se ha comenzado un program -de
vigilancia y observacibn dirigido a
evitar que se siga efectuando la
operaci6n de tala y quema.
SLa Divisi6n de Policia de la Zona
Sdel Canal est6 encargada de vigilar
-' y hacer que se cumplan las medidas
del program. La coordinaci6n del
program es la responsabilidad del
oficidl de control ambiental del-
Aparte de preservar la cuenca en
la Zona del Canal, el pr~ograma de
control contribuird a la protecei6n
de la selva en si, de la reserve para
animals salvages, de la calidad del
agua y reduciri la erosion.

DeVO UCidn de MedicinaS
La fibrica Vick est retirando del
mercado sus medicines Vick's Sinex
y los rociadores nasales "Sinex Long
Acting" debido a dificultades de
producci6n con algunos lotes re-
cientes. Los clients deben devol-
verlos a los supermercados de la
Compafiia del Canal de Panamd
para recibir reembolso.

Auxiliar Bibliotecario(a), NM-3 (QNE 1 alo) (Tiempo
parcial que no exceda 30 horas)_ $2.90 ______--$29
Cuidador de Animales, MG-5 (QN E 30-9-79L____- -__$2.76
Guardia, NM-4 (Se require conocimiento de ingibs y de
espaiiol) (Trabajo de turno) (QNE 22-12-78L $6,760.00 6,70.0
Ingeniero Civil, NM-9 (Se require conoci~miento de espa iol)
(Se require licencia para conducir) (Q1NE un aiio]____l $14,74.20
Oiicinista Mecandgrafo(a), NM-41 (Bilinglie) (QNE 5 meses 1$6,760.00
Oficinista Mecandgrafo(a), NM-41 (Bilingile) (QNE 1 aiio __$6,760.00
Oficinista, Niminas, NM-5 (QNE 1 ailoL .$7,571.20 __7,51.2
Operario de Vehicules a Motor, MG-5 (Se require licencia
pa ra conducoi r) (QN E 30-9-79)__ ___ _- ______ _-- $2.76

Med. Yet.


VP Finanzas

Hos. Gorgas P

Las solicitudes deberim presentarse al Ramo de Empleo y Colocacidn de Personal, Edificio
386, Anc6n, o en el Edificio 1105, Cristobal, usando el Formulario 443, SOLICITUD PARA
TRASLADO, en un plazo no mayor de siete (7) dias calendarios de la fecha de esta publica-
ci6n. Este plazo de 7 dias esti sujeto a pr6rroga segi~n petici6n de la Divisi6n que este
anunciando la vacant, o segin decision del Jefe del Ramo de Empleo y Colocaci6n de Per-
sonal. L.os riiquisites pueden ser revisados en cualguiera de estas dos oficinas o en la
Biblioteca de la Zona del Canal. Pueden obtenerse mayores informes en el Ramo de
Colocaciones, telifonos 52-3583, 52-7867 6 43-1288. Personas calificadas que tengan impe-
dimentos fisicos pueden liamar o visitar al Coordinador del Programa para la Colocaci6n de
Personas Impedidas a fin de ser asesoradas can respect a las vacantes que aparecen
arribil. La oficina del Coordinador est8 situada en el Edificio 345, Sal6n 101, Anc6n, Zona del
Canal, tel6fono 52-7570.

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Octubre 27, 1978

P~gina 4 .


Sobre los Tratedos
Gary Dunsmoor hablarb sobre el
estado actual de los planes para la
ejecuci6n di los Tratados en la
reuni6n de la fraternidad Phi Delta
Katipa el 10 de noviembre.
Ijisertard sobre el temna 'El Tra-
taido-Un Panorama de Nuestra Si-
tuaci6n Actual" y usard diapositi-
vas y un resume impreso- de los
puntos a tratar.
Dunsinoor es jefe de la Divisi6n
de Planificaci6n del Tratado, en la
Oficina de Planificaci6n de la Com-
pafiia del Canal de Panami.
Na'ci6 en la Zona del Canal, se
graduB en la Escuela Secundaria de
Ballioa y recibi6 su grado de bachi-
Iler y maestria en la Universidad
Estatal de Michigan.
Los miembros pueden Ilevar in-
vitados. El "happy hour" comienza
a jas 6 p.m., la cenaa alas 7 y el
progratma a las 8 en el Club de
Oliciales de~ Fuerte Amador.
Para reservaciones Ilame al Dr.
W. E. Bondurant al 52-7896.

AUmnntan Exenciones a
Resrdentesj de los EE. UU.
Los residentes de los' Estados
Unidos que regresen a casa con ob-
jetos comprados en el exterior se
alegrarin de saber que los reglamen-
tos de importaci6n han cambiado
De acuerdo con la nueva ley
aprobada por el Presidente Jimmy
Carter, los residents de los Estados

sor los oabje q e quera int
ducir a los Estados Unidos:
La nueva ley impone una suma
fija de un 10 por ciento sobre com-
pras cuyo valor exceda la exenci6n
de $300 pero que sea menor de
Las compras que asciendan a mis
de $900, estar~n sujetas a los .gra-
vimmnes ns ablecidos seg~in el tipo

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