The Panama Canal spillway =

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


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


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

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More Than 64 Years of Service to World Commerce

Friday, November 24, 1978

Vol XVII No 14

ating and housing areas, including
the roadways within these areas.
Effective October 1, 1979, any Pan-
amanian arrested within Canal
Commission operating or housing
areas will go before the Panamanian
system of justice, while any U.S.
citizen Commission employee or
Inember of the military or their
dependents arrested in the same
areas will go before the U.S. judicial

These areas will be jointly patrol-
led by car. Gordon says a resident
of Canal Commission housing who
calls for a policeman to come to his
home, for example, could expect
that a car carrying both a Canal
Zond police officer and a Panama
National G~uardsman would be dis-
Tentative agreement has b~een

reached that during .the transition
period persons arrested in Commis-
sion operating and housing areas
will be taken either to the Balboa
or Cristabal police stations for their
citizenship to be determined.
Because the two police forces
will be working together during the
transition, plans are being made by
the subcommittee for a three-week
trainineacp iremn tht owh ldjued-

cial system and constitutional
gThe main highways, including
Gaillard and Thatcher highways on
the Pacific side and Randolph and
J)iversion roads on the Atlantic, fall
outside the Carial Commission's ju-
r isdiction and will be patrolled only
l~y Panama National Guardsmen.
G~ordon said, however, that since
the Canal operating and living areas
are joined by these major highways,
hl hoh e agrneeanun can1 be ra hed
traveling on them to stop and give
assistance in the case of an accident
or emergency. Both U.S. and ~Pan-
amanian citizens arrested on these
highways and in any other areas
outside of the Canal Commission s
Jurisdiction will go before the Pan-
amamian judicial system.IIote

Agreement in Implementa cen gives

Commission and their dependents
certain procedural guarantees if
they are prosecuted by Panamanian
authorities. Among them is the right
toan int mreer if nee id an ptr

sentative of the U.S. Government
who also may be present at the em-
playee's pubic trial. The Police
Subcommittee is looking into the
possibility of establishing a liaison
staff within the Canal Commission
-to handle such matters and assist
employees during the trial process.
The Treaty also suggests the need
of a detention center that would en-
able the Panamanian government
to release an employee to the Canal
Commission until the date of his
trial. Consideration is being given
h~y the subcommittee to having the
Commission retain the Cristabal
police station and fail after the 30-
month transition period to u~se as a
detention facility.
As of October 1, 1979, no ad-
dlitional Panamanian felons will be
sent to Gamboa Penitentiary. The
practice of sending felons of U.S.
citizenship with more than six
months to serve to penitentiaries
nearest their stateside home of rec-
ord will continue through the 30-
month transition. The end result
will be that only Panamanian con-

Forom timle to time the SPIL.LWAY
to~ill carry progress~ reports on the
work of the binational surbcommit-
tees currently preparing for the it-
plemenztation of the Panama Canail
treaties on October 1, 1979.
The Police Subcommittee has
Iseen meeting intensive y since Au-
gust, and according to cochairman
hlkoen ordodno it ders endcoope
lent. Gordon says the Panamanian
representatives are fully aware that
the gradual phaseout of the Canal
Zone police force and court system
and the transfer of function to Pan-
am~a's National Guard and judicial
system is an extremely sensitive is
sue to Canal Zone residents. He
says b~oth sides are cabimitted to
making the transition as efficiently
as possible.

Many Of the decisions arrived at
by the subcommittee have yet to be
reviewed for final approval by the
Binational Working Group, .but
Gordon was willing to discuss the
tentative agreements reached so far,
According to the treaty, the
United States' civil jurisdiction over
the area now known as the Canal
Zoine wil revrt .r Pi < sdint o

however, will be a shared respon-
sibility of the two governments
from the .date of implementation
through the 30-month transition pe-
riod. After that, on March 371, 1982,
the Canal Zone police force and
court system will cease to exist.
The Police Subcommittee is
charged with setting up workable
plans for such things as police pro-
tetction of Canal C=ommnission oper-

a)*, Franklin E. Flud

Capt. William R. Thrift

Fud AppOinted

COmmander Of

BabOa District

Capt. Franklin E. Flud, assistant
district police commander, has been
promoted to the rank of major and
appointed to succeed Maj. Robert
B. Mills as the district police
commander, Balboa.
Mills and his wife Eve are retiring
to Santa Clara, Republic of Panama.
A 1975 graduate of Southern
Police Institute in Louisville, Ky.,
Major Flud holds a bachelor of
science degree in Criminal Justice
from Florida State UCniversity and
is currently working toward a mas-
ter s degree in Crimunal Justice with
Nova University. He joined the
Canal Zone police force in 1964 and
was promoted through the ranks to
the position he now holds.
A man whose career has followed
similar lines will succeed Flud. In-
spector Lt. William R. Thrift has
been promoted to the rank of cap-
tain and named assistant district
police commander, Balboa.
Like Flud, he joined the Canal
Zone police force in 1964, holds a
bachelor of science degree in Crim-
inal Justice from FSU and is pur-
suing a master's at Nova University.

ing when her husband asked her if
there was something in life she
wanted mole than anything else,
she told him about it. Being from
a military-oriented family, he under-
stood and gave her his full consent
to try to enlist.
A safety officer in the Marine
Bureau, Walter Clevelan eras oerd

service. His son is a graduate of

West Point stationed at Fort Hua-
chuca, Ariz. and his daughter is
with the Coast Guard, assigned to
Port May in New Jersey. He is a
native of Bisbee, Ariz. and a des-
cendant of U.S. President Grover
Jennie does plan to make the
b ri career and te onl) btng
will think about it all later.

The first time Jennie Cleveland
tried to enlist in the Army, her
physical examination revealed that
she should prepare the nursery
Walter and Jennie Cleveland's
daughter Jenifer is now 18 months
old. With the wholehearted sup-
::" :f he husband an dolis pron
Jennie decided to try again,
After the enlistment preliminar-
ies, Jennie was sworn in at the Arnmy
Recruiting office in Balboa by Act_
ing Port Captain, Balboa, Conidr.
Richard J. Clements of the U.S.
Coast Cuard.
A native of California, Jennic
was graduated from high school
there and has attended Canal Zone
College and Florida State Univer-
sity here. She is currently employecl
at the Paraiso Superette.
She is scheduled to leave the day
after Christmas for 18 weeks of ba-
sic training at Fort Jackson, S.C.
and after completing school will re-
turn to the Isthmus and be assigned
as an administrative specialist at
Army Headquarters at Fort Clay-
ton, according to her lrequest at the
time of enlistment.
Active in various sports, she is an
accomplished golfer and in addition
to teaching the game to children,
she has participated in tournaments
and represented the Canal Zone at
a women's tourney in Medellin sev_
eral years ago. She also has taught
swimming and baseball to children.
Jennie is.a licensed SCUBA diver,
and also enjoys sky diving. Another
of her accomplishments is knowing
Morse code.
When asked why she enlisted,
Jennie said it had alwairs been her
most cherished desire and one even-

i -

% I



Jennie Cleveland is sworn into the U.S. Army by Comdr. Richard J. Cle-
ments, USCG at the Army Recruiting Station, Balboa Heights.

(Continued on p. 4) (Continued on p. 4)

Gsyti oifffte Pnaa HrltCa nal Mu~seumfP

The Panama Canal Spillway

Panamanian Members of Police Subcommittee Aware

Zone Residents Sensitive To Transfer of Jurisdiction

MOM TranS esS From Diaper Detail to Basic Training

In keeping with the firm's spirit of cooperation in support of the Canal Zone
Area Combined Federal Campaign, Leo Tondal, center, public relations
onfcer, Mutual of Omaha, Omaha, Neb., and Max de la Guardia, left, gen-
eral manager, Mutual of Omaha, Panama, present a $1,000 check to Wil-
liam De La Mater, campaign chairman, Carial Zone United Way.

Beginning Friday, November 24, 1978

Panama, Canal Spill way
Governor of the Canal Zone Lieutenant Governor
Information Ojficer EditM
The SPILLWAY is an official Panama Canal publication. Articles may be
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 Canal Company to Chief, Admin-
istrative Services Diivisiah~ Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.


November 24, 1978

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

12:20--Sign-On News
12:25--Christopher Closeup
12:55--Sacred Heart
1:10--Hour of Power _
2:00--Wild Kingdom
2:20--The Way It Was
(Series starts)
2:45--NFL Football:
"Miami vs. Oallas"
4:50--College Football '78
5:20--Washington Week
5:50--McMillan films
6:00--Weekend Report
6:10-Rollin' on the River
6:35--The Detectives
7:(10 Variety Special:
lke & Tina Turner
.in Concert"
7:50--Carol Burnett and
8:15--Medical Center (Adult)
9:10--The Persuaders
10:05--Movie: "A Touch of
Class" (Adult)
11:50--The Unexpected*
12:15--Late News Headines

3:00--Sign-On News
3:05--Sesame Street
4:00--My Favorite Martian*
4:25--Body Buddies
4:50-GCeneral Hospital (Adult)
5:35--impact of Eisenhower
The Statesman

e:0-Clm th Wst
6:55 Jlason King ~'-
7:50 Q(u8 Pasa?
7:5 -Can You Top This?

"Washington- vs.
10:50--Movie: "Sherlock
Holmes The House
of Fear"*
12:00--Late News Headlines

3: O-Eletic COi pany
3140--Movie: "The
4:50--General Hospital (Adult)
5:35--Paul Lynde Shows
6:00--Evening: Report

7:20--Hollywood Squares
7:45-Q(uC Pasa?
7:50--Bridget Loves
8:15--Hee Haw
10:05--Focus on Today
10:20--Movie: "They Got Me
Covered" (Adult)
11:55--Late News Headlines

2:55--Sign-On News
3:00--Sesame Street
3:55-D0usty's Treehouse
4:20--A Storm of Strangers
4:50--General Hospital (Adult)
5:35--The $20,0011Pyramid
S6:00--Evening Report
7125--Castaway (Series starts)
7:50--Qu8 Pasa?
7:55-Hee Haw 10th
9:35--The American
"The Cause of
Liberty (Part Il)
10:00--Focus on Today
10:15-Mhiovie: "Hell Raiders"*
11:35-Late News Headlines

3:00--Sign-On News
3:05--Electric Company
3:35-Partridge Family#
4:25--Za Gre Tein e

4:50-General Hospital (Adult)
5:35--Boily Buddies

6:00-E enipn Report
6:25--Iron Horsee
7:2e0Carol Burnett and
7:45-QIub Pasa?
8:15--Norman Lear presents:
"Miaude" (Part Il)
8:40--Learning Corp. of

9:10--Bes cfCroucho*
9):40--Latino Consortium
10:10--Focus on Today
10:25--Seap (Adult)
10:50--Movie: "The Vampire
People" .
12:20--Late News Headlines

12:35--Sign-On News
12:40--Cartoons Festival
1:40--Space Angel
2:05--Sesame Street
3:00--Movie: "Cuns of the
Black Witch
4:25--Wally's Workshop
4:50--General Hospital (Adult)
5:35--Hollywood Squares
6:00--Evening: Report
(This week only)
6:35--Northwest Passage
7:00-The Baron
7:55-Q(ud Pasa?
8:00-Dc '
8:25--Temperatures Rising :
8:50-Felony Squad*
9:15--The Champions
10:10--Movie: "Death curse
of Tartu'
11:40--Late News Headlines

10:10--Sign-On News
10:15 -Terry Toons

I:5-a tooons
11:45 -My Three Sons
12:35--Auto Racing
1:00 -Water World
1:2 ~-World Sportsman .
l5-lra a "

3:10-Wackiest Ship in the
4:0-i e Ileye
5:45--MacMillan films:
"Endless Sea"
(Series starts)
6:00--Weekend Report
6:10--Meeting of Minds
7:10--Soap Factory (Series
8:00--R elrivitatorans

8:50--Sherlock Holmess
9:20--Dark and Dangerous
9:45---Double Feature:
"South of St. Louis"
and "The Monk"
12:25-Late News Headlines

BALBOA (Air-Conditioned)
Fri., 6:15, 8:05--Sleeping Beauty (G)
Fri. Owl Show, 10:00--The Party (PG)
Sat. Jr Mat., 10:00 a.m.-Dr. Dolittle (SIT)

Sun. Jr. Mat., 12:30--Beachhead (G)

'at-M on, 6 15 8:0 -n., 2:30, 6i15
8:40--Coming Home (R) '
Tues., 6:15, 8:00--Grizzly (SIT) (PG)
Wed.-Thurs., 6:15, 8:25--Airport '77 (SIT)

Fri.--Cartoon Festival (0)
Fri. Owl Show, 8:40--The Wild One (SIT) (PG)
Sat. Jr. Mat., 6:15--Tom Sawyer (SIT) (G)
Sat., 8:15--Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (SIT) (G)
Sun.-GCray Lady Down (PG)

We -ogn' eRun (IT) (G)

Sun.--Logan's Run (SIT) (PG)
Mon.-GCray Lady Down (PG)
Wed.--Orca The Killer Whale (PG)

COCO SOLO (Air-Conditioned)
Fri.--Shaggy Dog D.A. (SIT) (G)
Fri. 0wl Show, 10:00--Return from the Ashes
Sat. Jr. Mat., 2:0M-The Battle of Britain
(SlT) (G)
Sat.-iMon., 7:30---Sun., 2:00, 7:30--Mayday:
40,000 Ft.! (SIT) (PG)
Tues.-Wed., 7:30--Fire Sale (PG)
Thurs., 7:30--The Graduate (SIT) PG)

Fri.--On Her Majesty's Secret Service (SIT)
Fri. Owl Show, 9:30--A Raisin in the Sun (SIT)
Sat., Jr. Mat., 2:00--Paws, Claws and Jaws

Sa ;-IT hgany (SIT) (PG)
Sun. Jr. Mat., 2:00--Yours, Mine and Ours
Sun.-Mon -nother Man, Another Chance

Tues.--Lady in the Car with Glasses and A
Gun (SIT) (R)

Sun--Mon.--Fire Sale (PG)
Tues-The Graduate (SIT) (PG)
Wed. Thurs.--Mayday: 40,000 Ft.! (SIT) (PG)
Fri.--Rumble on the Docks (PG)
Sat., 2:00, 7:00-D0umbo (G)
Sun. Jr. Mat., 2:00--Ride the Wild Surf (G)
Sun.--Uranium Boom (PG)
oAll night shows begin at 7:00 except as ,
shown. All shows are post meridiem time
except as shown. Program subject to change.
FU te. SUT ntera ade ce. (Al) Pa en a
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.

A will is made to serve your
needs at a particular time. If you
have done any of the following, your
will needs changing.

.dYou have been recent y
married .
. You have children.
.. The children are now adults.
Ykou are a grandparent.
. Your assets have increased
due to an inheritance, gift, or luck.
.. You no longer have control
over the assets mentioned in your

. .The needs of your bene"
ficiaries have changed.
.. The persons to be executors
or trustees have died or are not
available to serve*
.You have sold, leased, or
bought real estate.

There may be other reasons for
revising your will. If it has been a
few years since you've reviewed it,
be sure to make an appointment
with your attorney to change your
will as you truly wish to will.

helper, Railroad Division, Atlan-
tic side: 38 years 10 months 17
Leoncio Hall, linehandler, Locks
Division, Atlantic side: 22 years
I month 1 day'
George A. Jeffers, machinist helper,
Locks Division, Pacific side: 36
years 3 months 6 days.
Vernon C. McCalla, nursing assist-
ant, Coco Solo Hospital, Atlan-
tic side: 35 years 6 months 21
days -
Pablo E. P~rez, autopsy assistant,
Gorgas Hospital, Pacific side: 24
years 9 months 19 days.

The names of 8 more employees
of the Panama Canal have been
added to the October list of retirees.
The retirees' names, their positions,
places of employment and total
years of U.S. Government service
Estuardo: F. Alarcon, stev~edore,
Terminals Division, Pacific side:
25 years 9 months 7 days.
Emily M. Brooks, payroll clerk, Ac-
counting Division, Pacific side:
25 years 11 months 9 days.
Jos6 A. Cruz, vending route assist-
ant, Supply Division, Atlantic
side: 35 years 7 months 13 days.
Avon R. Farnum, car inspector

Page 2

Friendships Are

Canal Society's

Reason for Being

The Panama Canal Society of
Florida, Inc., an organization whose
purpose is "to preserve American
ideals and Canal Zone friendships,"
invites all Canal employees, their
families and friends to attend their
monthly meetings in St. Petersbulrg,
The Society meets on the first
Friday of each month except May.
The well-attended Annual. Reu-
nion, which draws ex-Canal Zone
residents from all over the United
States, is held in April. The Annual
Picnic takes place in July.
For those interested in member-
ship, the annual fee is $610 and en-
titles members to receive the So-
ciety's magazine Thze Canal Record,
which is published five times a year.
President H. L. Clarke, Box
1156i6, St. Petersburg 33733 will be
glad to answer any questions con-
cerning the Society.

Explorers Plan

Dec. Olympics

Explorer Olympics will be held
beginning at 8 a.m. Saturday, De-
cember 23, at Jdtrman Field, Fort
Individual events will include the
50-meter swim, 100-yard dash, shot
put, standing broad jump and one-
mile obstacle course. The team
events will be tug-o-war, valley hall
and soccer.
A trophy or plaque will go to
first, second, third and fourth place
winners in the individual events and
to first, second, third and fourth
p~lace~ team~s. Medals will be award-
ed to members of the winning team.

Explorers who would like to com-
pete in the Olympics should send
name, age, Post or Ship number,
events he or she wishes to enter,
and telephone number to K. L.
Manthorne, Box 473, Balboa
Heights, Canal Zone.

NaVy Cites poy Meade

For S perior Service

Roy S. Meade, Hull Technician
Second Class U.S. Navy, son of
Mr. and Mrs.RBoy S.Meade of Bal-
boa, was selected by his command-
ing officer as Sailor of the Month
for October 1978 and was presented
a Letter of Commendation for his
superior performance of duty on the
USS Simon Lake.

A 1967 graduate of Rainbow City
High School, Meade was graduated
from t Pnama Canal ppren ice-
ship Training Program in 1972. A
journeyman apprentice int the In-
dustrial Division, he trained as a
shipwright for two years and as a
marine carpenter for two years. He
joined the Navy in 1975.
Meade's father is a sergeant in
the Fire Division at Balboa.

SrT iS th & ig t brit to Cdange~ YOU Wilf

Eight A ddied to October Retiree List


number 1," co-caiptain and running

back Gino Wynters of- the Balboa

High School Bulldogs receives the I ~I ~~
Championship Palm Bow~l trophy

For his team from Acting Gov. James ~ E

H. Tormey. Bulldogs' quarterback.

Paul Williams won the Palm Bowl's

most valuable offensive player

award and linebacker Leo Barker

of the Cristobal High School "All

Stars" received the most valuable I.

defensive player award. At left are ~

Hugh Norris, executive director,

United Way Campaign, and Wil- i :

liam De La Mater, campaign chair-

Inan. Earlier, during half time cere-

monies, (right) Acting Governor

Tormey crowned pretty Betty Saw-

yer of Cristohal High School Queen

of the Pahn Bowl.

Gorgsa Hospital and SteaH Live Up to Good Reputation

Page 3

i~November 24, 1978


When the iveight of the world is
upon you, make a visit to the Bal-
hoa Heights cafeteria and hop
aboard the scale next to the water
fountain. For just one cent you can
learn the awful news about the two
pieces of pie, three doughnuts and
four empanadas you scarfed last
week (in round figures, of course)
and for no extra charge, get your
fortune told.
If you were born in the month of
August, you will be happy to know
that "a pleasant surprise will fol-
low a disappointing venture." At
least that's the word from the 34-
year-old sage bought by the Pan
ama Canal Company in 1944 from
the American Scale Manufacturing
Co. of W~ashington, D.C. The Sup-
ply Division acquired three of the
weight and fate machines that year,
one for the cafeteria at Balboa
Heights, one for the Margarita club
house and the third for the Pacific
Luncheonette. The cost for each
was $204.88, and their estimated
service life was 1.0 years. -
People in the Canal Zone are
weighing less in public than they
did in the forties, when there was
a scale at every stop instead of one
in every bathroom. Long time res-
idents remember seeing them in the
Tivoli Hotel and the La Boca com
missary, as well as all the service
Instrument Repair Shop foreman
Theodore W. A. Krizys used to do
routine adjustments on the scales
once a month back in those days.
At that time, he says, La Boca Road
was the: main artery for cars

and buses that: came across the
Canal on the ferry. On one occa-
sion a chiva from the interior stop-
ped at the La Boca commissary to
let off a man carrying a pig, Krizys
recalls. The man proceeded inside
and put the front half of the pig
on the scale and dropped in a pen-
ny, then put the rear half of the pig
on and dropped in another penny.
When asked what he was doing,
the campesino explained that he
was getting the approximate weight
of his pig before taking it to the
Krizys says the scales used to
have hangers on the side to hold a
hat, coat or purse so that passengers
could get an accurate reading. One
woman who boarded the scale was
so distressed with the reading she
got that she continued to disrobe
until she was down to her- under-
clothes. Amazed at her behavior'
Krizys jokingly mentioned it to the
commissary manager, who replied'
"You'd be surprised at the sideshow
that scale provides."
While the scale in the cafeteria
doesn't offer anything in the way of
burlesque or animal acts, it does
bring in a little revenue for the
Supply Division. The cafeteria man-
ager empties the coin deposit ap-
proximately every six months and
recently collected $19.80.
As far as the accuracy of the
weight, several customers swear
the scale weighs three pounds
heavy. It could be that is the "pleas-
ant surprise" that follows the "dis-
appointing venture."

With his teammates behind him,

hands raised high indicating we'ree

For most of us it takes a serious
problem in our lives or a tragic ac-
cident for us to fully appreciate the
high quality of professional services
that we have access to and often
take for granted.
In the case of Panama Canal pilot
Wilbur H. Vantine, an accident that
nearly cost him his life only helped
to confirm the opinion he had form-
ed earlier concerning Gorgas Hos-
In a recent letter Vantine told
Gov. H. R. Parfitt that he was confin-
ed to the hospital for nine days
after a fall from a step ladder re-
sulted in five broken ribs, a col-
lapsed lung and a non-functioning
kidney. He said that over the years
his trips to the hospital to visit
seamen on behalf of the Canal Pi-

lots Hospital Committee had led
him to regard Gorgas as an un-
usually well-run activity.
"My confinement there confirmed
nry good opinion, and I was most
particularly impressed by the Inten-
sive Care Unit," Vantine wrote.
"The nurses and nursing assistants
there showed great competence and
professionalism mixed with just the
right amount of compassion."
Vantine praised nurses Betty
Allen and Mariette Graham in par-
ticular for having pulled him
through crises and Drs. Enrique
Valdenebro and Simon Beltran for
directing his treatment.
In closing Vantine cited the or-
ganization and the backup services,
such as the x-ray department, lah-

oratory and pharmacy, for their part
in his care and said, "Together they
saved my life and have my thanks
and deepest respect."

Spot Bid Sale
The Defense Property Disposal
Office Panama will conduct a Spot
Bid Sale at 8 a.m., November 30, in
Building 1014, PAD Area, Albrook
Inspection will be from Novem-
ber 20 through November 29 from
7:30 to 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 to
3 p.m.
Registration of bidders will b~egir
at 7 a.m. On the day of sale.
Among the items on sale will be
desks, watches, typewriters, lamps,
clothing and floor polishers.

A Light-Hearted Tele of a Scale... e

And That's Enough for Your Penny


Gordon emphasized that in all
areas under discussion, Panamanian
members of the subcommittee have
expressed a sincere interest in a
smooth transition as being benefi-
cial to both sides. He indicated that
there is a great deal of work left
to be done, particularly in working
out the mechanics of decisions ten-
tatively agreed upon, such as the
matter of joint patrol.
Members of the Police Subcom-
mittee from the Canal organization,
besides Gordon, are: Chief W. F.
Kessler, vice chairman;.Capt. V. E.
Voyles; Capt., W. R. Thrift; Lt. R.
F. Brayton; Lt. R. E. Winherg;
K. E.- Goldsberry; Lester Smith;
Manuel Quintero; and K. L. Man-

Freeze Stops ./ob Atls

Of Permanent Position
This week's In-Service Transfer-
Vacancy Bulletin is the last one ex-
pected to be published for perma-
nent employment in view of the
forthcoming freeze on permanent
employment effective December 371,

The answer to last week s
photo quiz is: the bulbous nose
indicator of a transiting ship.

NOvember 24, 1978


Page 4


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. Qualified handicapped individuals may call or visit the Coordinator for the E~m-
ployment of the Handicapped Program for counseling with regard to any of the below-
listed vacancies. The Coordinator's office is located in Building 363, Ancon, telephone
52-7570. 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. 1 Indicates written test requirement. & Signifies a security position to be
filled only by a U.S. citizen-
Blureau Lo- Vr-
PERMANENT POSITIONS Base Rate Di iion ta-<-n- ce
A/C Equipment Mechanic MG-10 (Knowledge of English) $____. 7 .0 Maintenance A 4
A/C Equipment Mechanic Helper MG-5 _---------- $2.76 Maintenance A 1
A/C Equipment Operator MG-9 $5.09___-------~50 Maintenance A/P 1/1
Boatman MS-5 (Swimming ability required) $2.76_- ____-$27 Dredging .A 1
Cargo Checker NM-3 (First 40 hours) --------- _$6 032.00 Terminals P 2
Carpenter MG-9 (Driver's i cense req ui red) ___ __ $5.09 Mai ntenanc e A 1
Civil Engineer NM-9/11 $15,496.0 /$18,553.60~/$8,53.6 Engineering P 1
Cargo Checker NM-3 (First 40 hours) (Shift work required) _$6,032.00 Terminals A 1

Clerk-Stenographer NM-41 $6,760.00------- ___6,600 Port Capt. P '1
Clerk-Stenographer NM 4/51 (Part time NTE
30 hours)' -------- -------- .-$3.25/$3.64 Adm. Serv. P 1
Clerk-Typist NM-31~ _$6,032.00-~---~~-~-1.-$, Lic. Section' P 1
Clerk-Typist NM-31 $6,032.00_____--_-____6,3 Maintenance P 1
Clark-Typist NM-31 ( iiga) $6,032.00________6,320 Tran. Oper. P 1
Clerk-Typist NM-31 (Bilingual) $6,032.00_--____-6,320 Port Capt. P 1
Clerk-Typist NM-3 $6,032.00__;__~----__-$0 -Terminals A 1
Clerk-Typist NM-41 $6,760.00_----_---____6,6 Dredging P 1
ClrkTps M4 -_----. _~_- ~ _______$ Hea th P ~ 1

Clerk-Typist NM-41 $6,760.00__:__________6,6 Terminals A 1
Clerk-Typist NM-41 --------- ------- $6,760.00 Fin. Vice Pres. P 1
Communications Clerk NM-3/4 $6,032.00/$6,703200/6, 60.00 Electrical P 1
crane Operator MG-11 (Knowledge of Eng ish) (Swimming

Dela Cerrk N 2 (First 40hour) _____. ______ $5,6992 Te nals A 3
044tiall ygieftist NM-4/5 $6,760,00/$7,571.26~0/$!57~..0, SCco Solo Hos. A 1
Environmental Health Technician NM-6/8 __$11,564.80/$14,123.20 Sanitat~ion A 1
General. Engineer ,N M-7/l,,,- ,,- -------$12 ,833.60/$18,553.60 Locks P 1
Gen~eralM Egineer (pe s. and Es imat~es) NM1 1,944.00194400 Eng. and Con. P~ 1

(Driver's license required) ____$7.______.____770 Maintenance A 1
Janitor MG-1 ____$2.65______________ Electrical P 1
Janitor MG-1 (Part-time NTE 30 hours) ..$2.65_______$26 Admin. Serr. P 1
Laborer MG-3 _ .. $2.68_____________ Maintenance P 2
Launch eaman MG-6 (Simming ability required) 4_______28 Dedgi bar P 22

Linehandler MG-4 (Swimming ability required)
(Shift viork required) ________________$2.71 Terminals A 1
Machinist MG-10 -_- ___-- __- __- $7.07_____ Electrical A/P .2/1
Machinist MG-10 (Knowledge of English)
(Swimming ability required) ___ $7.07________$70 Locks A 5

Moo eicle erao MG-5 irst 40 hou s) ___. ____$27 o. Trraans. A/P 2/1
Motor Vehicle Operator MG-6 (First 40 hours) ______ .$2.83 Mot. Trans. A 1
Nurse/Clinical Nurse NM7/9 (Shift work
required) $12,833.60/$15,496.00_12,83.60 Health A/P 1/1
Ntirsin Aiod Psyc iatric Nursing Assistant NM-2/$5692/602.0 CMC P 4

Oiler MG-6 _ $2.85________________ Maintenance A 1
Painting Worker MG-7 $3.14________________31 Dredging P 1
Painting Worker MG-! $3.14________________3 Maintenance A 1
Pest Controller MG-4 $2.71---------------~$. Sanitation A 2
Ps oarler in is n pMe- li H 5 __________$4.26 Sanitation P 1
(First 4ti hours) (Night work) (Water Safety Instructor s
certificate is required) $6,572.80/$7176.0072.0/$,170 Rec. Ser. Off. P 1
Rigger MrG-10 (Knowledge of English)
(Swishming ability required) ______________$. ..$70 Locks A 1
Senior Hydro And Generating Station Operator PB- _____$8 $8.6 Electrical P 1
Telephone Mechanic MG-10 $7.07_____________70 Electrical P 1
Time And Leave Clerk NM-4 _____ ._ $6,760.00__$676.0 Dredging P 1
Welder Helper MG-5 __-- $2.76_-__________$. Motor Trans. P 1
Yard Locomotive Engineer/Road Locomotive Engineer
RR-1, RR-3 (English required) ____~._._.. .... .. $8.24/$8.26 Railroad P 1
Clerk-Stenographer NM-4/5 (NTE one year)1 ___$6,760.00/$7,571.20 Gorgas Hos. P 1
Clerk-Typist NM-3 (NTE one year)1 .____- _____.$6,032.00 Adm. Serv. P 1
Clerk-Typist NM-3 (NTE one year)1 $6,032.00_____$603.0 Com. Serv. P 1
C T k-Ryis ion3 NM_--_----- 3--- ---$6,032.00 Terminals_ A 1
(NTE one year) $6,032.00/$6._____$,02.0/6 ,760.00 Corgas Hos. P 2
Medical Record Technician NM 4/15
(NT'E orie` year) .._____________ .$8,760.00/$7,571.20 Gorgas Hos. P 1
Applications must be submitted to the Employment and Placement Branch, Building 366,
Ancon, or Building 1105, Cristabal, 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 Placentent 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 43-1288.
Qualified handicapped individuals may call or visit the Coordinator for the Employment of
the Handicapped Program for counseling with regard to any of the above-listed vacancies.
TheCoordinator's office is located in Building 345, Room 101, Ancon, C.Z. telephone 52-7570.

The 1979 Canal Zone Area Com-
l~ined Federal Campaign came to a
successful close last week with con-
tributions reaching $425,049.55,
106.3 percent of this year's assigned
goal of $400,000.
Just about all agencies-military
and civilian, Panama Canal and
non-Panama Canal-exceeded 100
percent of their campaign goals.
Contributions by the Panama
Canal amounted to $227,970.14, or
101.3 percent of the $225,000 goal
assigned to the Company this year.
Non-Panama Canal agencies on the
Isthmus contributed $197,079.41 to
this year's drive.
Funds donated to the Combined
Federal Campaign will be used to
support the 26 health and welfare
groups belonging to the Canal Zone
United Way and the six internation-
Sal Service Agencies. The Canal Zone
United Way and the International
Service Agencies will share these
contributions in proportion to the
amount received by each of then
in the past campaigns in this area.
Funds from this once-a-year drive
will be used to help the less for-
tunate during the coming year.
They will support the fight against
TB, cancer and heart disease in hos-
pitals and in research labs, provide
qsgiStance to a needy family, send
a bo0 to summer camp, aid hand-
icapped, bring medicabattention to
people who would otherwise go
without, provide recreational and
cultural programs for the military

and civilian community and help to
serve whenever there is need.
The 26 participants in the Unit-
ed Way are Air Force Youth Activ-
ities, American Red Cross, American
Social Health Association, Army
Dependent Youth Activities, Atlan-
tic Religious Workers Association,
Bay Scouts, Canal Zone Council,
Canal Zone Cancer Committee, Ca-
nal Zone Foster Home Program,
Community Social Welfare Centers
(Paraiso/Pedro Miguel Multi-Cen-
ter, Pedro Miguel Nursery, Rainbow
City Developmental Program, Rain-
bow City Nursery Center ~and San-
ta Cruz Multi-Purpose Center) Girl
Scouts, Canal Zone Council, Hand-
icapped Persons Committee, Heart
Association, International Boy
Scouts, International Girl Scouts,
International Social Service, Amer-
ican Branch, Inc., National Recre-
ation and Park Association, Panama
Canal Pilots Branch Hospital Com-
mittee, Panama United Fund, Sal-
vation Army, Summer Recieatioh
Board (Latin American Commun-
ities), Travelers Aid-Association of
America, TB and Respiratory Dis-
ease Association, United Seamen's
Service, USO-J Community Armed
Forces Center, YMCA-Balboa and
YMCA Cristobal.
The International Service Agen-
cies include American Kor-Asian
Foundation-Inc., CARE, Planned
Parenthood W~ild Populaition, Pro-
ject HOPE, International Rescue
Committee and Save the Children

If you think this is an umbrella,
.you're all wet again.

Honor Society

TO Initiate ff

B4 MOe Seniors

Twenty-two Balboa High School
seniors will be initiated into the
Isthmian-Pacific Chapter of the Na-
tional Honor Society on Novem-
her 27. .
Ten b~oys and 12 girls will be in-
ducted into the society in its fall
initiation, at 7:30 p.m. in the Balboa
Auditorium. Parents of the initiates,
menibers of the Junior class, and
Schools Division oilicials have been
invited to attend the ceremony.
Fiiif-former members of the Na-
tional Honor Society will speak on
the four criteria -for friembershipf
Maureen Ferguson, character; Eli-
zabeth Brindley, leadership; There-
sa Ramirez, scholarship; and Becky
Horoda, service.
The United States Ambassador to
Panama, The Honorable Ambler H.
lkloss Jr., will be guest speaker.
The selected students are Roger
Archabal, Cecilia Balladares, Jeffrey
Burback, Wanda Calhoun, Edmund
Cavazos, Carlos Cerezo, September
Gingras, Jinny Jao, John Kilgore,
Terri Lapkoff, William Hall, Jeffrey
Hattrick, Ann Hutchinson, Maruja
Ibafiez, Genoveva Mellado, William
Rauld, Mary Ann Sarda, Henry
Schumacher, Marlene Snavely, So-
fla Tseng, Shirley Williams, and
Michael Zab~rycki

(Continued from p.1)
He is a -1965 graduate of the FBI
Nati 1a Acadey
Flud .and his wife Jan have two
sons and two daughters.
Thrift lives in Diablo with his
wife Mary and a son and two

~victs serving long terms or life sen-
tences will be left at the Gamboa
Penitentiary at the end of the tran-
sition, and the subcommittee must
decide what recommendations to
make regarding them.
Gordon says the Police Sub-
committee is considering a special
arrangement for the convenience of
Canal Commission employees which
would entail Panamanian author-
ities issuing vehicle licenses, regis-
trations and license plates and con-
ducting vehicle inspections at facil-
ities near to Canal operating and
living areas.
Firearms control is another issue
the subcommittee is working on to
ease the changeover from Canal
Zorie to Panamanian law. Author-
ities in Panama require such things
as ballistics tests before a gun per-
mit is issued, while Canal Zone
authorities do not.

~ lpWOrd hkbility Target Position

Oiler MG-6 (Knowlede of English) .
(Swimming ability required) ___________ _______-$2.83 Locks A 1
The Upwardl Mobility target positions listed above are permanent and open to eligible
employees interested in training as learner. To apply, employees must complete an Upward
Mobility Program Application form which may be obtained from their division administrative
officers. AII employees must submit their applications no later than 7 calendar days from
date of this publication. Pacific side employees may deliver or mail applications to the
Upward Mobility Program Coordinator in Building 345, Ancon, or P.O. Box 2012, Balboa
Heights. Atlantic side employees may deliver or mail applications to the Cristobal Per-
sonnel Office Building 1105, Cristobal or P.O. Box 5051, Cristobal. For further information,
call the Coordinator, at,52-7570.

CFC Fund Drive Ends With a Bans

As Contributions Total $425,049.55

V/at Sr It?

Po JCe Subcommittee
(Continued from p.1)



Mds de 64 A~iios al Servicio del Comercio Mundadl

Vol. XVII, No. 14

Viernes 24 de Noviernbre de 1978

Periddlicam~ente el SPILLWAY hard
r~ecuentos sobre el trabajo de las
subcomisiones binacionales que ac-
tualmente se preparan para la ejecu-
cid'n de los tratados del Canal de
Plarnamd el 14 de octubre de 1979.
La Subcomisi6n de Policia ha es-
tado celebrando reuniones conti-
nuamente desde agosto y, ~de acuer-
do con el copresidente de Bsta, Mike
Gordon, la cooperaci6n y el Bnimo
entire sus miembros es excelente.
Dice Gordon que los representantes
panamefios tienen plena conciencia
que la eliminaci6n gradual de la
fuerza policiaca y el sistema judicial
y la transferencia de funciones a la
Guardia Nacional y al ramo judicial
es tema de gran sensitividad entire
los residents de la Zona del Canal.
Sefiala q ~e ambos lads se han com-
prometido a efectuar la transicibn
can la mayor eficiencia possible.

Muchas dte las decisions a las
que ha 11egado la subcomisi6n tie-
nen que ser revisadas adn por el
Crupo de Trabajo Binacional, pero
Gordon accedi6 a hablar en tbrmi-
nos generals sobre 10 acordado. en
principio hasta la fecha.
De acuerdo con el tratado, la ju-
risdicci6n civil sobre el Airea que
shora se conoce como la Zona del
Canal revertird a PanamA el 19 de
octubre de 1979. La jurisdicci6n pe-
nal, sin embargo, serL responsabili-
dad conjunta de los dos gobiernos
desde que entire en vigencia la eje-
cucibn del tratado por un period
de transicibn de 30 meses. Despubs
de ksto, el 31 de marzo de 1982, la
policia y el sistema judicial de. la
Zona del Canal dejarin de existir-
La Subcomisi6n de Policia tiene
la obligaci6n de elaborar planes
para asuntos como la protecei6n po-

raci6n y
l1 Canal,
nsito ve-
s. A par-
79, cual-

liciaca de las ireas de opel
vivienda de la Comisibn de
incluyendo las Qreas de trial
hicular dentro de. estas Breal
tir del 19 de octubre de 19;
quier panamefio que sea a
dentro de las Qreas de ope
vivienda de la Comisi6n de
comparecerd ante una corf
meila, mientras que cualq~
dadano estadounidense el
de la Comisi6n, military o su:
dientes arrestados en la mis
serin ajusticiados por una co
Estas Areas serin patrull;
un representante de cada
policivo. Dice Gordon que
un rsxid tieidnelljea del

por ejemplo, puede esperar
gue una patrulla con un pc
la Zona del Canal y un

Se ha Ilegado a un acuerdo par-
cial sobre el arrest de personas
dentro de esas Areas, mediante el
cual Bstas serin Ilevadas a la esta-
cibn de Balboa o Crist6bal para que
su cindadania sea determinada.

raci6n o Ya que las dos fuerzas policiacas
el Canal estarln trabajando conjuntamente,
te pana- la subcomisi6n- ha .hecho arreglos
uier ciu- para que, durante tres semanas, ca-
mpleado da grupo se someta a un entrena-
s depen- miento sobre el sistema judicial y
ma direa las garantias constitucionales del
dre nor- otro.
Las carreteras principles, Gail-
adas por lard y Thatcher en el sector Pacifico
cuerpo y Randolph y Diversi6n en el sector
cuaindo Atlintico, quedarjn fulera del Bm-
oinia bito de la jurisdiccicin de la Comi-
qe1. si~n del Canal y serin patrulladas
olicia de ~inicamente por la Guardia Nacional
Guardia de Panamir. Gordon diio, sin em-
bargo, que debido a que las Areas
de operaci6n y vivienda del Canal

sico rs k: esped a s n nu doeda u l
ist Point gar a un acuerdo -que permit que
Huachu- los policies de la Zon~a del Canal
ta servi- que transiten por ellas puedan pa-
en Port rar para brindar asistencia en caso
undo de de accidents o emergencies. Los
:ente del cindadanos norteamericanos y pa-
Unidos nametios que sean arrestados en es-
tas carreteras o en cualquier otra
el EjBr- rirea que quede fuera de la juris-
Sque le dicci6n de la Comisi~n del Canal
Jenifer comparecerbn ante los tribunales
El Anexo C del Articulo III del
Acuerdo de Ejecuci6n ofrece cier-
tas garantias a los cindadanos esta-
dounidenses empleados de la Comi-
si6n del Canal y sus dependientes
si son enjuiciados por las autorida-
des panamefias. Entre Astas figuran
el derecho a un intbrprete, si es ne-
cesario, y el derecho de comunicarse
can un representante del Gobierno
de los Estados Unidos, qune tambi~n
Spodrd estar present durante el jui-
cio pd~blico del empleado. La Sub-
comisibn de Policia esti estudiando
la posibilidad de establecer una oi-
cina de enlace dentro de la Comi-
si6n del Canal para que se encargue
;j:- de tales negocios y para que brinde
".asistencia a los .empleados durante
el process.
El tratado tambi6n sugiere la
necesidad de crear un centro de
detenci6n qlue: permits al Gobierno
de PanamQ entregarle un empleado
a la Comisi6n hasta que ilegue el
dia de su juicio. La subcomisi6n es-
t6 estudiando la posibilidad de que
la Comisi6n retenga la estacibn de
policia y la circel de Crist6bal des-
puks de cumplidos los 30 meses del
Speriodo de transici6n para que As-
tas sean usadas como centro de
A partir del 19 de actubre de
1979, no se enviarln mis paname-
lios a la Penitenciaria de Camboa.
La pr~ctica que se viene siguiendo
Estados de mandar a los delincuentes de
el Servi- cindadania norteamericana que ten-
ento del gan sentencias de mis de seis me-
S(Continda en la pdigina 4)

La primera vez que Jennie Cleve-
land trat6 de alistarse en el Ej~rcito
su examen fisico revel6 que debe-
ria prepararse para la Hlegada de la
Jenifer, hija de Walter y Jennie
Cleveland, tiene abora 18 de meses
de edad. Recibiendo el sincere apo-
yo de su esposo y su liomesa de
cuidar bien de Jenifer, Jennie de-
decidib probar otra vez.
Despubs de completar los preli-
minares del alistamiento, Jennie to-
m6 el juramento en la Oficina de
Reclutamiento del Eikrcito en Bal-
boa, en presencia del Capitin del
Puerto Interino en Balboa, Capitin
de Fragata Richard J. Clements del
servicio de guardacostas de los Es-
tados Unidos.
Oriunda de California, Jennie es
graduada de escuela secundaria en
ese estado y ha asistido a la Univer-
sidad de la Zona del Canal y a la
Universidad Estatal de Florida aqlui.
Actualmente estL empleada en el
Supermercado de Paraiso.
Jennie debe partn- el dia despubs
de Navidad para recibir 18 sema-
nas de adiestramientoj bisico en
Fuerte Jackson, Carolina del Sur
y, despuks, regresarir al Istmo donde
seri asignada como especialista ad-
ministrativa en el Cuartel General
del EjBrcito en Fuerte Clayton,
puesto que solicit6 cuando se alisto.
Activa en distintos deportes, es
una buena jugadora de golf y ade-
mis de ensefiar este deported a los
niiios, ha participado en torneos y
represent a la Zona del Canal en
un .torneo femenino celebrado en
Medellin hace varies afios. TambiBn
ha dado classes de nataci6n y de
bkisbol a los nifios. Jennie tiene li-
cencia como buceadora SCUBA, y
tambikn le gusta saltar de aviones
con paracaidas. Otro de sus logros
es su conocimiento del alfabeto
Cuando le preguntan por qub se
alist6, Jennie responde qlue kste

habia sido siempre su deseo y una
noche, cuando su esposo le pregunt6
si habia algo en la vida qlue deseaba
m~squie nada, ella se lo comunic6.
Ya que proviene de una familiar de
miilitares, pudo comprenderla y le
di6 su pleno consentimiento para
qlue se alistara.
Walter Clevehind, official de se-
guridad en la Direcci6n de Marina,
es jubilado del Ejkrcito con 21 afios
de servicio. Su l~iijo es graduado de

I ---

la Academia Militar de We
y presta servicio en Fuerte i
ca, Arizona, y su hija presl
cio con el guardacostas
May, Nueva Jersey. Es ori~
Bisbee, Arizona, y descendi
President de los Estados
Grover Cleveland.
Jennie si piensa hacer I
cito su carrera y lo i'mico
preocupa ahora es lo que
pensarL de esto despubs.

Capit~n William R. Thrift

f ud sS IdOmbrado

LOmandante Ot

El Capitin Franklin E. Flud, co-
mandante auxiliar distritorial de po-
licia, ha sido ascendido al grado de
mayor y nombrado para reemplazar
al Mayor Robert B. Mills como co-
mandante distritorial de policia,
Mills y su esposa Eve se acogerin
a la jubilaci6n en Santa Clara,
Repdblica de Panami.
Graduado en 1975 del Southern
Police Institute en Louisville, Ken-
tucky, el Mayor Flud obtuvo el ti-
tulo de bachiller en ciencias con
especializaci6n en Justicia Criminal
de la Universidad Estatal de Flo-
rida y actualmente cursa studios
para obtener su maestria en Justi-
cia Criminal de la .U~niversidad
Nova. Ingres6 a la fuerza de policia
de la Zona del Canal en 1964 y fue
ascendiendo hasta acupar su actual
Un hombre cuya carrera ha se-
guido pasos similares reemplazari
a Flud. El Inspector Teniente Wil-
liam R. Thrift ha sido ascendido al
grado de capitin y nombrado co-
mandante auxiliar distritorial en
Igual que Flud, ingres6 a la fuer-
za de policia de la Zons del Canal
(Contindia en la pdfgina 4)


1 e


Jennie Cleveland toma el juramento al alistarse en el Ej~rcito de los
Unidos, en presencia del Capitin de Fragata Richard J. Clements, d
cio de Guardacostas de los E.E.U.U., en la Oficina de Reclutamir
Eibrcito en Balboa Heights.

Spillway del Canal de PanamA

Miembros Panamenios de Subcomisibn de Policia

Saben que en la Zona Preocupa la Jurisdicci6n

ovenn Macire Cambia Pathsles por Entrenemiento BJ

De conformidad con el espiritu de cooperaci6n de la empresa en apoyo de
la Campaiia Federal Combinada de la Zona del Canal, Leo Tondal, al
centro, official de relaciones pliblicas, Mutual of Omaha y Max de la Guar-
dia, izquierda, gerente de la Mutual of Omaha, Panam6, entregan un cheque
por $1,000 a William De La Mater, president de la campafia de la Senda
Unida de la Zona del Canal.

g g g gyla 4 *A colors. Sujeto a cam~bios sin previo aviso~

Spill way del Canal de Panamit
Gobernador de la Zona del Canal Vicegoberniador
Director de Informacidn Directora
El SPILLWAY es una publicaci6n official del Canal de Panami. 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 publicacibn. Despubs de esa fecha sblo se aceptarin noticias
oficiales de urgencia. Subscripci6n annual: correo ordinario $6; correa ordi-

a onar de Thed esna Cca leo paeony y iio eqe ode Soervic o
Administrativos, Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.


P~gina 2

Viernes 24 de Noviembre de 1978
(Aire Acondicionado) Domingo--Logan's Run (SIT) (PG)
Domingo y Lunes--Fire Sale (PG) Lunes-CGray Lady Down (PG)
Martes--The Graduate (SIT) (PG) Miercoles--Orca The Killer Whale (PG)
Mi roes J ueves--Mayday: 40,000 Ft.!

GUIA DE PELICULAS: (G) Audiencia general para personas de todas las edades. (PG) So sugiere
la Gula de los Padres, pues parte de la pelicula no serb apta para niiios. (R) Restringida.
Mlenores de 17 ailos tendran que ir acompaiiados de uno de los padres o su guardian legal.
(X) No so admitira menores de 17 ailos. (SIT) Titulos on espatial.

Clamzl g *A colores. Sujeto a cambios sin previo aviso

10:30--Programa Religiose
11:30-Los Locos Adams
12:30--Tras la Noticia
1:00--cine Vesportino
3:00--Cocinemos clin Resita

50-La irmed orte
00D-lCa Polia Hipica
T:0-evedds Iorma

1 0-Aeibn y M is ei
11:00-tiltima Tanda

12:00--De Mujer a Mujer
12:30--Tras la Naticia
1:00--Flithol on TV-2
2:00--0Bo dseLiasas

4:30--El Ancho ;Mundo del
6:30-Tevedes Informa
7I:30-Submarino Rosa
ll:00--Misteries de los Hardy
Boys/Nancy Drew
9:00--Archive Confidencial
10:00--Cine de Oro

9:30--La Santa Misa
10:30--Taod per la Patria
12:30--Boxeo de Ayer y 807
2:00--Club PTL

3:00-D~aniel Boone
4:00--Cine de Accidn
8:00--Los Angeles de Charlie
9:00-Best Seller
10:00--Super Estreno

103-Pognam Reli hoicra


1 0-Cn Vesp rin
3:00--Cocinemos con Rosita

_:O-So demus Bunn
4:30--El Show de los Muppets
5:00--Viaje al F~ondo del Mar
6:00--La Tremenda Corte
6:30--Teved6s informal
M:0-L ujaer Bit nica
10:30--Ultimas Noticias
11:00-liltima Tanda
10:30--Programa Religiose
11:30--Los Diables del Volante
12:30--Tras la Noticia
1:00-CGine Vespertino
3:00--Cocinemos con Rosita
3:30-Plaza S~samcon
4:00-Tom & Jerry
6:00--La Tremenda Corte
6:30--Teved6s Informa
7:30-Cidsicos Familiares
8:30-La Familia y sus

9:3(MiSparky Hutch
10:30--Ultimas Noticias
11:00--lltima Tanda

103-Prao ram~aoReligiose
12:00--Loteria y Alegria
~1 :3--T la Noticia

3:00--Cocinemos con Rosita
3:30--Plaza Slsamoo

4 30-L CnL osra Azul
5:00--77 Sunset Strip
6:00--La Tremenda Corte
6:30-Teved6s Informa
7:30--Programa Especial
8:30--Time/Life Presenta
10:00-tiltimas Noticias
11:00--Ultima Tanda

10 3EEPrograma Religiose
11:30--Los Picapiedras
12 00--Batman
12-10--Tras la Naticia
1:00--Cine Vesportino
3:00--Cocinemos con Rosita
3:30--Plaza Slsames
4:00--Las Aventuras de All
5:00--Surfside 6
6:00--La Tremenda Corte
6:30--Tevedds Informa
7:30--Con M de Muerts
8:30--Lo Mejor del Boxeo
10:00--Las Bellezas de
10:30-IIltimas Noticias
11:00--Ultima Tanda

1:00D-Los Maravilloses
Juguetes de F61ix

7 0 0 oDmigoDeportivoo

19:0 -rrs Taerjech

10:45--Programa Educative
11:00--Festival de Cartones
11:15--El Arte de Cocinar*
11:45-MYack & Mayer
12:00--Show de Eduardo II
1:00--Informativo del Mediodia
1:30-VYen Conmigo
2J-Hmillaadnot Ofenditos
'.3:30--Los Fabulosofi~n
4:00--El Inspector Ardilla
5:00--Aguilas del Espacio
5:30--Dias Felices
6:00--Telenoticias RPC
8:00--Pacto de Amor
10:00-CGuestiin de Minutes
10:15--Ediciin Especial
11:15--El Arte de Cocinare
11:45--Mack & Mayer
1:00--Informativo del Mediodia
1:30--Ven Conmigo
2:30-lHumillados y Ofendides
3:00--El Manantial
3:30--Los Fabuloses Cien
4:00--El Inspector Ardilla

5:0-gias del Espacio
5:30--Dias Felices
6:00--Teleneticias RPC
7:00--Piginas de Oro
8:00--Pacto de Amor

10:00-Ceuesti6h de Minutos
10:15-Ceine Colosal

10:55--Festival de Cartones
11:15--El Arts de Cocinar*
l:5-Ma o OMaporircls
1:00-ilnformativo del Mediedia
1:30--Ven Coumigo
2:30--Humillados y Ofendidos
3:00--El Manantial
3:30-Los fabuloses Cien
4:00--El Inspector Ardills
5-0--Los Maertaeil lix..

6:00 Telenoticias RPC
7:00-Las Aventuras de
8:00-Pacto de Amor
10:00--Cuesti6n de Minutos
10:15--Cine Colosal

10:45-D0ocumental de la U
11:15--El Arte de Cocinaro
11:45--Mack & Mayer
12:00--La Criada Bien Criada
1:00--informativo del Mediodi;
1:30--Ven conmigo
2:30--Humillados y Ofendidos
3:00--EI Manantial
3:30--Los Fabuloses Cien
4:00--El Inspector Ardilla
5:00--Aguilas del Espacio

60- Teen icia RPC
7:00--Jueves Especiales
8:00--Pacto de Amer
10:00--Cuestiln de Minutos
10:15--Cine Colesal

I05-Fstival de Cra

11:45-Mack & Mayer
I:0-nfor~mativ el Mediedia

2:30--Humillados y Ofendides
3:00--El Manantial
3:30--Los Fabuloses Cien
4:00--El Inspector Ardilla
5:00--Aguilas del Espacio
5:30--Dias Felices
6:00--Telenoticias RPC

8:O-at d mor
9:00--Rafaela .
10:00-Cuesti6n de Minutos
10:15-Viernes Departive
10:00-Ceamine de la Verdad
10:30--Festival de Cartones
11:15--Los Amigos del Ilodire
11:45-Mhc~uff, ill Perro
que Habla
12:15--Hogar Dukce Hogare.
1:30-Martinez Blanco
6:00--Telenoticias RPC
7:00-Los Nuevos Vengadores
8:00-D0el Vechio
9:00-Barnahy Jones
10:00--cine Monumental

9I: 0 Himno Nacional

9:15--La Santa Misan
10:30--Todo per la Patriao
12:00--Salvese Qluidn Pueda
12:00--Tapo Gigie

Usted redacta su testamento
seghn su situaci6n en ese memento.
Si ha ocurrido alguno de los cam-
bios que a continuaci6n enumera-
mos su testamento necesita ser
.Usted ha contraido matri-
.Ha tenido un hijo.
.Los nitios se han convertido
en adults.
.Usted se ha convertido en
.Su patritnonio ha aumenta-
do por haber sido favorecido en una
herencia, regale o suerte.
.Los bienes que usted habia

legado en su testamento ya no for-
man parte de su patrimonio. .
...Las necesidades de sus be-
neficiarios han cambiado.
...La persona a quien used
habia nombrado comno albacea o
fideicomisario ha muerto o estL in-
capacitado para cumplir la misibn.
...Usted ha vendido, arrenda-
do o comprado bienes raices.
Puede haber otras razones para
qlue usted tenga qune cambiar su tes-
tamento. Si han pasado unos cuan-
tos afios desde qune usted revise su
testamento, haga una cita con su
abogado para qlue su testamento
siefnpre estk acorde con su voluntad.

Los nombres de otros 8 emplea-
dos del Canal de Panam6 han sido
afiadidos a la lista de jubilados co-
rrespondiente al mes de octubre.
Los nombres de los jubilados, sus
posiciones, lugares de trabaio y to-
tal cle afios de servicio con el Go-
bierno de los Estados Unidos son
l0S Siguientes:
Estuardo F. Alarc6n, estibador, Di-
VIisin de Terminales, sector Pa-
cifico: 25 afios, 9 meses, 7 dias.
Emily M. Brooks, oficinista do n6-
minas, Divisibn de Contabilidad,
sector Pacifico: 25 afios, 11 me-
ses, 9 dias.
Jos6 A. Cruz, ayudante de ruta de
miquinas expendedoras, Divisi6n
de Abasto, sector Atl~ntico: 35

afios, 7 meses, 13 dias.
Avon R. Farnum inspector auxiliar
de vagones, Divisi6n de Ferro-
carril, sector Atlintico: 38 afios,
10 meses, 17 dias.
Leoncio Hall, pasacables, Divisi6n
de Esclusas, sector Atlintico: 22
afios, 1 mes, 1 dia.
George A. Jeffers, ayudante mecA-
nico tornero, Divisi6n de Esclu-
sas, sector Pacifico: 36 afios, 3
meses, 6 dias.
Vernon C. McCalla, ayudante de
enfermeria, Hospital de Coco
Solo, sector Atlintico: 35 afios,
6 meses, 21 dias.
Pablo E. Pkrez, ayudante de autop-
sias, Hospital Gorgas, sector Paci-
fico: 24 afios, 9 meses, 19 dias.

NOVielllbre. a4, 1978

Exemplesais clel

Canal' Mpancieene

BZOSz de Amirtad
La Sociedad del Canal de Pana-
mi en la Florida, organizacibn cuyo
objeto es "conservar los ideales
americanos y las amistades de la Zo-
na del Canal", invita a todos los
empleados de la empresa del Canal,
sus familiares y amigos a asistir a
sus reuniones mensuales en Saint
Petersburg, Florida.
La sociedad se redne el primer
viernes de cada mes con la excep-
ci6n de mayo. La bien asistida Reu-
ni6n Anual, que atrae a exresiden-
tes de la Zona del Canal de todas
parties de los Estados Unidos, es
celebrada en abril. El Picnic Anual
es celebrado en julio.
Para aquellos que estin interesa-
dos en ingresa~r como socios, la cuo-
ta annual es de $10 y le da derecho
a iecibir la revista de la sociedad
The Canal Record, publicada cinco
veces al afio.
El President H. L. Clarke, Box
11566, St. Petersburg 33733 tendrrd
much ggqsto en contestar cuales-
Crir pregumt s oqae teng n con res-

Olimplads clPar a

Se estin aceptando solicitudes
para participar en las .Olimpiadas
de Exploradores de 1978. Habrj
events individuals y de equipo a
partir de las 8 a.m. del sibado 23
de diciembre en el Campo Jarman
del Fulerte Clayton.
Las competencias individuals in-
cluirin: natacicin de 50 metros, ca-
rreras de 100 metros pianos, lanza-
miento de peso, salto largo de pie
y carrera de obsticulos de 1 milla.
Los events de equipo ser~in la con-
tienda de tiro de cuerda, el valihol
y fdtbol.
Un trofeo o placa seri otorgada a
los ganadores del primer, segundo,
tercer y cuarto lugar en los events
individuals y al mejor de los equi-
a pos. Los integrantes del equipo ga-
nador recibirin medallas.
Para competir, debe mandar su
nombre, edad, nimero de puesto o
barco, detallar los events en los
que desee participar, su nlimero de
telifono y una cuota de $2 por ins-
crpinaK. L. Manthore Box
cripc Bal oa Heights, Zrona del

Roy Mea~e, Marinero

Del MS de Octubre
Roy S. Meade, T~cnico de Casco
de Segunda Clase, Armada de los Es-
tados Unidos, hijo de Roy S. Meade,
de Balboa, fue seleccionado por su
comandante como el Marinero del
Mes para octubre, 1978 y reciibi
una Carta de Elogio por el desem-
pefio superior de sus deberes en el
U.S.S. Simda Lake.
Graduado en 1967 de la Escuela
Secundaria de Rainbow City, Meade
se gradu6 del Programa de Aprendi-
zaje del Canal de PanamL en 1972.
Como aprendiz en la Divisi6n In-
dustrial, recibi6 adiestramiento como
constructor de buques durante dos
afios y como carpintero n~utico du-
rante dos ai~os. Ingres6i a la Armada
en 1975.
El padre de Meade es sargento
en la Divisi6n de Bomberos.


LYe Sera' Hora de Cambiar so Testamento?

Ailaden 8 Nombres a Lista de Jubiledos


Merecen Elosios el Hospital Gorgas y sus Empleados


Noviembre 24, 1978

Cuando so sienta como si tuviera
el peso del mundo encima, visit la
Cafeteria de Balboa Heights y si-
b~ase a la pesa al lado de la fuente .
de agua. Por s61o un centavo puede
ver los efectos de esos dos pedazos
de pastel, tres donuts y cuatro em-
panadas qlue se zamp6i la semana
pasada. Y, a pesar de la inflaci6n, la
pesa le dice la suerte sin costo adi-
Si usted naci6 en el mes de agos-
to, le alegrari saber que le espera
una sorpresa placentera despubs.
de una aventura decepcionanten
Eso, por lo menos, es lo que asegu-
ra la sabia miquina de 34 afios que
le compr6, la Compatiia del Canal
de PanamB en 1944 a la American
Scale Manufacturing Company de
Washington, D.C. La Divisi6n de
Abasto adquiri6 tres de estas m6-
quinas de peso y fortune ese afio;
una para la cafeterias en Balboa
Heights, una para el clubhouse de
Margarita y la tercera para el Pa~
cific Luncheonette. Cada una cost6
$204.88 y su funcionamiento estaba
garantizado por unos 10 afios.

La gente de la Zona del Canal se
est8 pesando menos en priblico aho-
ra que en los afios cuarenta, cuando
habia una pesa en cada esquina y
no' en cada cuarto de bafio. Los
antiguo ri tnates pe sls t ona s

el Hotel Tivoli y el comisariato de
La Boca, y tambibb~ en to~dos los an
tiguos clubhouses.
El capataz del Taller de Repara-
ci6n de Instrumentos, Theodore W.
A. Krizys, ajustab-a las pesas men-
sualmente en esos tiempos. En ese
entonces, dice, la Carretera de La
Boca era la arteria principal por la
cual transitaban buses y carros qlue

cruzab~an el Canal a haordo del Fe-
rry. Un dia, una chiva qlue venia del
interior par6 en el comisariato de
La Boca y se baj6 de ella un hom-
bre cargando un chancho, recuerda
Krizys. El hombre entr6, al comi-
sariato y coloc6 Ia mitad delantera
dlel animal en la pesa y ech6 un cen-
tavo. Seguidamente, le di6 la vuelta
al chancho y deposit otro centavo
para pesar la part trasera. Cuando
le preguntaron lo qlue hacia, el cam-
pesino respondi6 que queria saber
el peso aproximado del chancho an-
tes de Ilevarlo al matadero.

Krizys cuenta que las pesas antes
tenian ganchos a los lads para col-
gar sombreros, sacos o carteras parua
qlue los pasaferos pudieran canocer
su peso exacto. Una mujer, cons-
ternada con lo que la pesa indica-
loa, se comenz6 a guitar la ropa,
prenda por prenda, hasta quedar s6-
lo en ropa interior. Sorprendido por
el comportamiento de la sefiora,
Krizys jocosamerite se 10 cont6 al
gerente del comisariato, quien le
respondi6, "Usted no creeria los es-
pecticulos qune esa pesa nos pro-
poretona .
Aunque la pesa de la cafeteria ya
no es scenario de tales especticu-
los, si le proporciona a la Divisbn
de Abastdo unac pqu fa en aa. E

de monedas cada seis meses, aproxi-

En 10 que a la veracidad del peso
corresponde, various clients juran
qlue indica tres libras de mis. Posi-
blemente a eso se refiere el pron6s-
tico de una "sorpresa placentera
despubs de una aventura dlecepcio-

Los integrantes dlel equipo de fdt-
bol levantan las mans indicando
"Lsomos los primeros", en los mo-
mentos que el auxiliar del capitin
y conductor de bal6n Gino Wyn-
ters, de los Bulldogs de la Escuela
Secundaria de Balboa recibe el tro-
feo otorgado al equipo ganador del
Palm Bowl, en nombre de su equl-
po, de mans del Gobernador Inte-
rino James H. Tormey. El zaguero
de los Bulldogs Paul Williams reci-
bib el premio por ser el jugador de
ofensiva mis valioso del Palm Bowl
y el jugador de defense intermedia
Leo Barker del "All Stars" de la
Escuela Secundaria de Crist6bal re-
cibio el premio por ser el jugador
defensive mis valioso. A la izquier-
da aparecen Hugl; Norris, director
ejecutivo, Campaila de la Senda
Unida, y William De La Mater, pre-
sidente de la campaila. Durante las
ceremonies del primer tiempo del
juego de fbtbol, el Gobernador
Interino Tormey corona a la
bella Betty Sawyer de la Escuela
Secundaria de Crist6bal, Reina del
Palm Bowl.

Para la mayoria de nosotros, es
menester qlue tengamos un proble-
mna serio o un accident trigico para
Que podamos apreciar a cabalidad la
alta calidad de los servicios profe-
sionales a que tenemos acceso y a
veces no apreciamos.
En el caso del prictico del Canal,
Wilbur H. Vantine, un accident
qlue casi le cuesta la vida le brind6
la oportunidad de confirmar la opi-
nibn que ya se habia formado del
Hospital Gorgas.
En carta de fecha reciente, Van-
tine le contaba al Gobernador H. R.
Parfitt qlue estuvo recluido en el
hospital por nueve dias despubs de
caerse de una escalera que results
en cinco costillas rotas, un pulm6n
contraido y un rifi6n inutilizado. Di-
jo que a travds de los afiis sus visi-
tas en representaci6n clel Comit6 de
Hospitales de los Pr~cticos del Ca-
nal a los mariners internados en el

hospital le habian hecho ver al Gor-
gas como una instituci6n muy bien
administrada. .
"Mi estadia confirm mi buena
opini6n, y lo qune mis me impresio-
n6 fue la Seceibn de C~uidados In-
tensivos escribi6 Vantine. "Las
enfermeras y los ayudantes de
enfermeria de esa unidad mostraron
un alto nivel de competencia y pro-
fesionalismo combinado con una
media precisa de compasi6n".
Vantine elogi6 a las enfermeras
Betty Allen y Mariette Graham en
especial por haberlo socorrido en sus
peares mementos y a los doctors
Enrique Valdenebro y Simbn Bel-
tr~n por haber dirigido su trata-
Al final de la carta, Vantine en-
comi6 a la organizaci6n y a los de-
partamentos de rayos-x, laboratorio
y farmacia por su participacibn en
el tratamiento y dijo, "Juntos me

salvaron la vida y recib~an mi agra-
decimiento y m1i mis sentido res-

Hsbrd Remate
La Oficina de Disposici6n de Pro-
piedad del Departamento de Defen-
sa, Panama, tendril un remate el 30
de noviembre a las 8 a.m. en el Edi-
ficio 1014 en el Area PAD de Al-
IBrook, Zona del Canal.
Se podr~n inspeccionar los articu-
los del remate del 20 hasta el 29
de noviembre, de 7:30 a 11:370 a.m.
y de 12:30 a 3 p.m.
Los proponents podran inscri-
lairse desde las 7 a.m. del dia del
Algunos de los articulos del re-
mate son: escritorios, relojes, mi-
quinas de escribir, lImparas, vesti-
dos y pulidoras de piso.

PRgn 3

Por Sslo an Centavo ona Sorpresa

Le Brinda Esta Venerable Pesa

Si cree que es un paraguas, pue de
darse la gran mojada otra vez.

AdIti(IT & I

TraduatidOS de Behboe

Veintid6s estudiantes graduandos
de la Escuela Secundaria de Balboa
serirn admitidos al Capitulo Pacifi-
co Istmeiio de la Sociedad Nacional
de Honor el 27 de noviembre.
Diez muchachos y doce much~
chas serin admitidos a dicha socie-
da~d0 durante eelinArs ot000 a n lad
bLdrd10doa. Los pa res dels estu antes,
miembros de la clase pregraduanda,
y funcionarios de la Divisibn de Es-
cuelas estin invitados a asistir a la
Cuatro miembros de la sociedad
de honor tratarin sobre 14s cuatro
condiciones para ingresar a la socie-
dad: Maureen Ferguson, caricter;
Elizabeth B idley, don de mado-
.Theresa Ramirez, becas; y Bdcky
Horoda, setiricid.-
El Embajador de los Estados Uni-
dos en Panami, El Honorable Am-
bler Moss, seri el orador de fondo
durante la ceremonia de ingreso.
Dirigiri la palabra a los estudiantes
reci6n seleccionados, que son: Ro-
ger Archabal, Cecilia Balladares,
Jeffrey Burback, Wanda Calhoun,
Edmund Cavazos, Carlos Cerezos
September Gingras, Jinny Jao, John
Kilgore, Terri Lapkoff, William
Hall, Jeffrey Hatrick, Ann Hutchin-
son, Maruja Ibafiez, Genoveva Mel-
lado, William Rauld, Mary Ann
Sarda, Henry Schumacher, Marlene
Snavely, Sofia Tseng, Shirley Wil-
lidims, y Michael Zabryck~i.

ASCttSOS de PokdBiS
(Viene de la pdgina~ 1)
en 1964, y tiene on titulo de Bachi-
Iler en Ciencias con especializaci6n
en Justicia Criminal de la Universi-
dad Estatal de Florida y estudia
para obtener su maestria en la Uni-
versidad Nova. Es graduado en 1965
de la Academia Nacional del FBL
Flud y su esposa Jan tienen dos
hijos y dos hijas.

dimentos fisicos pueden Ilamar a visitar al Coordinador del Programa para la Colocacibn de
Personas Impedidas a fin de ser asesoradas can respecto a las vacantes que aparecen
arriba. La oficina del Coordinador est8 situada en el Edificio 345, Saidn 101, Ancbn, Zone del
Canal, tel6fone 52-7570.

POSIi00d DOSignad8 paf8 Movilidad Ascendente
Lubricador MG-6 (Se require conocimiento de ingibs) __$___2.83 Esclusas A 1
Las posiciones designadas para el Programa de Movilidad Ascendente que aparecen on la
lista anterior, son permanentes y dispomibles para los empleados que estin interesados an
adiestrarse come Principiantes. Para aspirar a estas posiciones los empleados deberin lienar
una Solicitud para el Programa de Movilidad Ascendente. Se han distribuido copias de dichos
formularios de solicitudes especiales a todos los funcionarios administratives de las divisio-
nes. Los empleados del Sector Pacifico que hayan Ilenado esta solicitud deberin cerciararse
que la misma sea recibida per el Coordinador del Programa de Movilidad Ascendente dentro
de un plazo de siete (7) dias calendarios a partir de la fecha on que se anunci6 In misma.
Se podr8 obtener mayor informaci6n Ilamando al Coordinador del Programa de Movilidad
Ascendente al tel6fono 52-7570.

de Panam6. Para otorgar un permiso
para portar armas de fuego, las
autoridades de Panami fijan entire
sus requisites el de someter al arma
a una prueba de balistica, cosa que
las autoridades de la Zona del Ca-
nal no exigen.
.Gordon recalc6 que en todos los
temas discutidos los miembros pana-
meiios de la subcomisi6n han expre-
sado que seria mutuamente benefi-
cioso que la transici6n se Ileve a
cabo con eficiencia y sin contra-
tiempos. Indic6 que falta much
que hacer, particularmente en 10
que se refiere a la planificaci6n de
la y ejecuci6n de lo que en princi-
pio se ha acordado tal como el a-
sunto del patrullaje conjunto.
Otros miembros de la organiza-
ci6n del Canal en la Subcomisi6n
de Policia son: el Jefe W. F. Kess-
ler, vicepresidente; el Capitin V.
E. Voyles; W. R. Thrift; el Tenien-
te R. F. Brayton; el Teniente R. E.
Winberg; K. E. Goldsberry; Lester
Smith; Manuel Quintero y K. L.

Suspenden Anuncios de
POSICIOnes PermanenteS

laEsta susta de vacancies yoTras-
en vista de la future congelaci6n
permanent que comienza el 31 de

La respuesta al foto-enigma de
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La semana pasada la Campafia
Federal Combinada 1979 de la
Zona del Canal cerr6 con broche
de oro logrando donaciones de
$425,049.55, o sea 106.3 por ciento
de la meta de $400,000 que le habia
sido asignada este afio.
Casi todas las agencias-militares
y civiles, del Canal de Panami y
otras agencies Federales--superaron
el 100 por ciento de sus metas asig-
Las donaciones del Canal de Pa-
liamP alcanzaron $227,970.14, 6
101.3 por clento de la meta de
$225,000 asignada a la compaiiia
este afio. Otras agencies Federales
en el Istmo donaron $197,019.41 a
la campatia, este afio.
Los fondos obtenidos de esta cam-
pafi anulser~s otasdos aura e u
el pr6ximo afio. Apoyarin la lucha
contra la tuberculosis, el cancer y
las enfermedades cardiacas en hos-
pitales y en los laboratories de in-
yestigaci6n, proveerin ayuda a fa-
milias necesitadas, enviari~n a ni-
fios a colonies juveniles durante el
verano, ayudarin a personas impe-
didas, 11evarin atenci6n m~dica a
esas personas que de 10 contrario
qluedarian desatendidas, proveerin
programs de actividades recreati-
vas y culturales para las comunida-
des militares y civiles y prestarin
servicio dondequiera qu8 sea nece-
Los 26 participants de la Senda
Unida son: las Actividades Juveniles
de la Fuerza Akrea, la Cruz Roja
.Americans. 1 a Asociacibn A.4mer ic -
na de Salud Social, las Actividades

Juveniles de Dependientes Milita-
res, la Asociaci6n de Trabajadores
Religiosos del sector Atldntico, los
Nifios Exploradores, Capitulo de la
Zona del Canal, el Comit6 contra
el Cgncei de la Zona del Canal, el
Program de Hogares de Crianza
de la Zona del Canal, los Centros
Comunales de Bienestar Social
(Centro de Desarrollo Comunal de
Pataiso/Pedro Miguel, Guarderia
de Rainbow City Centro de De-
sarrollo Comunal de Santa Cruz),
las Muchachas Gufas, Capitulo de
la Zona del Canal, el Comith de
Ayuda a Personas Impedidas, la
Sociedad de Cardiologia, los Niffos
Exploradores y Muchachas Guias
Internacionales, el Servicio Social
Internacional, Capitulo Americano,

in lativa ade PadqueA, l Cois
tB de Hospitales de los Prlcticos del
Canal de PanamA, la Senda Unida,
Capitulo de PanamA, el Ej~rcito de
Salvaci6n, la Junta de Actividades
Recreativas de Verano (Comunida-
des Latinoamericanas), la ,Asocia-
ci6n de Ayuda a Viajeros cle Amk-
rica, la Asociaci6n Antituberculosa
y de Enfermedades Respiratorias, el
Servicio Unido de Marineros, el
USO-J--Centro Comunal de las
Fuerzas Armadas, el YMCA de Bal-
boa y el YMCA de Crist6bal.
Las Agencias, de Servicio Inter-
nacional incluyen la Fundacicin
Americana Coreana-Asititica, Inc.,
el CARE, la Fundacicin de Paterni-
dad Responsable, el Proyecto
HOPE, el Comith Internacional de
Rescate y la Federaci6n para Salvar

Auxiliar de Enfermnerfa/Ayudanto de Enformerfa-Psiquiatria
NM-2/3 (Trabajo de turno) $5,8_- ____$, 99.20/$6,032.00

Centro de Sal.
Mental P

Ayudante Soldador MG 5 ----_ ---------$. 2.6 Trans. Motor P 1
Ayudante/Especialista on Actividades Recreativas-Deportes
NM-4/5 (Primeras 40 horas) (Trabajo do noche)
(Debe tener certtificadoo de Instructor de Seguridad)
Acultica) ____ ______ _____ $6,572.80/$7,176.00 Ofi. Ser. Rec. P 1
Ayudante Meeanico de Equips para Acondicionadores

AS seuee co eimeto re eels ___________7 Manen oio A 4
Bibliotecario NM-9 -_ __ $15,496.00________$5, Biblioteca P 1
Botero MG-5 (Se require saber nadar) $2.76________$27 Drages A 1
Carpintero MS-9 (Se require licencia para conducir) $5.09__$.0 Mantenimiento A 1
Contralador de Plagas MG-4 ___- ___-________ $2.71 Sanidad A 2
Despachador de Vehicules A Motor NM-4 $6,760.00___$676.0 Trans. Motor P 1
Enfermera/Enfermera Cl~inia NM-7/9
(Trabajo de turno) $12,833.60/$15,496.003.60$15496 Salubridad A/P 1/1
Ingeniero Civil NM-9/11 $15,496.00/$18,553.6000/$8,53.6 Ingenieda~ P 1
Ingeniero General EM-7/1 Es N____ $12,833.60$8536 Es nus. P 1

Maquinista de Locomotora (Vias F~rreas y Patio de Ferrocarril)
RR-01, RR-03 (Se require conocimiento de inglis) .__$8.24/$8.86 Ferrocarril P 1
Marinero-Lancha Motora MG-6 (Se require saber nadar) ___$2.83 Dragas P 22
Mecanice Tornere MG-10 (Se require conocimiento de ingl6s)
(Se require saber nadar) $7.07_____________70 Esclusas A 5
Meacnice de Equips Mlvil Pesado MG-10 (Se require
~conocimiento de ingl~s) (Se require licencia
para .conducir) ______I------------~- $7.07 Mantenimiento A 1
Meclinico Tornere MG-10 $7.07_____.----____.70 Electricidad A/P 2/1
Mecdnico de Telefones MG 10 --_----~ _______.$7.07 Electricidad P 1
Obrero MG-3 $2.68___-----__-______ Mantenmmlento P 2
Oicinista Atrases NM-2 (Primeras 40 horas) $5,699.20_6,69.2 Terminales A 1
Oficinista de Carga NM-3 $------- r----- 6,03?.00 JTerminales P 1
04cinista .do.Coutunicaciones NM-3/4 -- 6 032.00/$6,760.0760. 0 Electricidad P 1
Oficinista Este 6 afea) NM-41 $6,760.00__I-__6,600 Cap. del Pto. P 1
Olicinista Esten~grafa(a) NM-4/51 --_----- __8.5 $3.25$36 Ser. Admin. P 1
Oficini~sta Mecandgrafo(a) NM-21-__----- _-.-- $5,699-20 Electricidad A 1
Oiicinista MeCandgrafo) NM-31 $6,032.00_______6,320 Licencia P 1
Olicinista Macandigrafe) NM-31 $6,------ _____$,3. 0 320 Mantenimiento P 1
Oic~inista Mecondgrafo(a) NM-31 _-_,- _____. $6,032.00 Terminales A 1
Olicinista Metanigrafo(a) NM-31 (Bilmngue) ______ $6,032.00 Op. Trans. P 1
Oens Meccas grfo~a NNM- (ingl __- ____ $ 73 000 Capdel Pto. P 1
Oficinista Macandgrafo(a) NM-41 -- ------- _,_-~ $6,760.00 Sauriada P 1
Oficinista Mecandgrafo(a) NM-41 _______-____.$6,760.00 Esclusas P 1
Oficinista Mecandgrafo(a) NM-41 _-_- __. _____ $6,760.00 Terminales A 1
Ofiinista Metandgrafia(a) NM-41 -----;- ____.$6,760.00 Fin. VP P 1
Oficinista Senciin de Ndminas NM-4 _________ $6,760.00 Dragas P 1
Operario de Equips de Ingenieria MG-8 (Se require
conocimiento de ingl~s) (Se require licencia
para conducir) _- _. $3.73----___-______ Mantenimiento A 1
dOerro ieEupo dara Acondici naedores to Aire M -9 ___$5.09 Manten. A/.P 1/1

(Se require saber ruidar) ._-_---------~-- $7.33 Edidusas A 3
operario de Vehicules a Motor M-5
(Primeras 40 horas) ___________-_~_.___$2.76 Trans. Mot. A/P 2/1
Pasacablies MG-4 (Se require saber nader)
(Trabajo de turno) ____- _______-____._$2.71 Terminales A 1
Primer Operaria de Estaci~n Hidroel~ctrica PB 8 $_____.8.65 Electricidad P 1
Primer Controlador de Plagas ML 6 ___----_-_- $4.26 Sanidad P 1
T~cnico(a) en Higiene Ora __ __- ______$6,760.00/$7 ,571.20 Hos. Coco Solo A .1
Trbjdo ePntr MG7 _______.-____~_-$.4Mantenimlento A 1
Ticnico(a). de Saind Ambiental NM-6/8 ___. $11,564.80/$14,123.20 Salubridad A 1
Verificador(a) de Carga NM-3 (Primeras 40 horas) _____$6,032.00 Terminales P 2
Verificador(a) de Carga NM-3 (Primeras 40 horas)
(Trabajo de turno) $6,032.00____________$,02 Terminales A 1
Oicinista Estendgrafo(a) NM-4/51
(QNE un ali) ;------------ $6,760.00/7512 Hos. Go gs P 1
Oficinista de Clfnica-Recepcionista NMY3/4
(QNE un alio) ... .$6,032.00/$6,760.0003200/$ Gorgas P 2
O!".'"t """t 'raf~a "M3 ( "n aiio).! ____"'_$,320 Ser Admin. P
Oficinista Macandgrafo(a) NM-31 $6,_---------602 0 320 Terminales A 1
T~cnico(a)de ifistoriales Mddicos NM-4/5
(QNE un allo) $6,760.00/$7,___-_$676.0/$,571.20 flos. Gorgas P 1
Las solicitudes deberin presentarse at Ramo de Empleo y Colocatidn de Personal, Edificio
366, Anc~n, o an 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-
cidn. Este plazo de 7 dias estb sujeto a prbrroga segijn petici6n de la Divisi6n qlue est@
anunciando la vacant, a segqn decision del :efe del Ramo de Empleo y Colocacibn de Per-
sonal. Los requisites pueden ser revisados en cuaiquiera de estas dos oficinas o en la
Biblioteca de la Zona del Canal. Pueden obtenerse mayores -informes en el Ramo de
Colocaciones, tel6fonos 52-3583, 52-7867 6 43-1288. Personas calificadas quit tengan impe-

Subcms~ de /e Poheici
(Viene de la pdigma 1)

ses a la circel mis cercana a su re-
sidencia legal en los Estados Uni-
dos continuarb durante el period
de transici6n de 30 meses. Esta pric-
tica resultari en que s610 los delin-
cuentes panameiios con sentencias
largas o cadena perpetua quedarin
en la Penitenciaria de Gamboa al
final de la transici6n y a la subcomi-
si6n le resta decidir sobre las reco-
mendaciones que se harin al res-
Gordon dice que la Subcomisi6n
de Policia esti considerando arre-
glos especiales para la: conveniencia
de los empleados de la Comisi6n del
Canal a fin de que las autoridades
panameiias expidan licencias de
conducir, registros y places y hagan
el revisado vehicular en sitios cer-
canos a las Areas de operacibn y vi-
vienda del Canal.
El control de las armas de fuego
es otro de los objetos de studio en
el cual la subcomisi6n esti trabajan-
do para facilitar el cambio de la le-
gislaci6n de la Zona del Canal a la

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Lista de Vacantes y Trasiados Para Empleados
Todo solicitants capacitado recibir8 consideraciin para trabajo sin distincidn de raza,
religion, color, nacionalidad, sexo, edad, partidarismo y afiliacidn politics u otro factor no
meritorio. Deberb someterse una solicitud per separado pare cada uno de los empleos que
aparecen endl~isa re. L salaries indico Aserin aum ntaddosimplostc~iudadamos dd osp E.a UU

El simbolo 1 indica que es necesario un examen escrito. El simbolo &q -indica que es una
posicibn de seguridad donde puede emplearse solamente a ciudadenos estadounidenses.
Direcotan V -
oSi- carn-
POSICIONES PERMANENTES Salario Base Divisdn d~o tes
Aceitero MG-6 --------- ---------- ------ $.8 Mantenimiento A 1
Aseader MG-1 i. _---------- -- -- __ $2.65_ Electricidad P 1
Aseador(a) MG-1 QNE (30 horas) __________$2.65 Ser. Adm. P 1
Aparejador MG-10 (Se requiere conocimiento de ingl~s)
Ie S( requiere saber nadar) $7 07_7.0 Esclusas A 1

LCtmpana Senda DI~da LIetra COn

Broche de Or $425,049.55