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
Panama Canal Company
United States -- Panama Canal Commission
United States
Place of Publication:
Balboa Hights, C.Z
Panama Canal
Creation Date:
August 27, 1982
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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Vice President applauds

PCC housing turn over

To communicate his pleasure
over the condition of 168 Atlantic-
side housing units that were
transferred to Panama last week,
Vice President Jorge Illueca has
written the following comments to
Panama Canal Commission Ad-
ministrator D. P. McAuliffe:
"I would like to take this
opportunity to publicly commend
the Panama Canal Commission
for the excellent state of repair and
maintenance we observed in the
units transferred, which evidences
the high level of commitment and

Electric rate

increase set

for October

The Panama Canal Commission
Office of Financial Management
has announced that employee
electricity rates in Commission
housing areas will increase 8.6
percent effective with meter read-
ings for October 1982 consump-
The Commission has taken this
action, in accordance with its
comparability pricing policy, in
order to bring employee electric
rates in line with the Residential
Power Rate Schedules of the
Tennessee Valley..uthority.
The 8.6 percent increase.also
applies to occupants of Panama
Canal Commission retained hous-
ing and Department of Defense
civilians living in military quarters.

efficiency with which the Canal
administration fulfills its im-
portant responsibilities."
The transfer of the housing
units, which took place in a public
ceremony in Coco Solo, marks
another milestone in the im-
plementation of the 1977 Panama
Canal Treaties. It brings to 1,252
the total number of units trans-
ferred by the Commission in
accordance with treaty provisions.
The Commission units respon-
sible for coordinating the success-
ful transfer were the Office of
Executive Planning, the Office of
Executive Administration, the Of-
fice of General Counsel, the
General Services Bureau, and the
Engineering and Construction Bu-
reau. At a staff meeting this week
the Administrator commended all
these involved in the transfer for
their fine work.
(Continued on page 4)

-I U 2 .. _ _ _
Photo by Rodolfo Martinez
On behalf of the Republic of Panama, Vice President Jorge Illueca, at left, formally accepts 168 Atlantic-side
housing units transferred to Panama by the Panama Canal Commission in accordance with the Panama Canal
Treaties of 1977. Among the many other Panamanian and U.S. officials participating in the ceremony are,
seated from left, Melville E. Blake, Jr., U.S. Charges d' Affairs at the American Embassy; Panama Canal
Commission Administrator D. P. McAuliffe; and Raul Rolando Rodriguez Porcell, Panama's Minister of

" More Than 68 Years of Service to World Commerce

The Panama Canal Spillway

Vol. XX, No. 49 Friday, August 27, 1982

Bar clears way for more anchorage space

An updated version of an old
method is being used to expedite
completion of Phase Two of the
Gatun Lake Anchorage expan-
.sion project. Under the direction of
the Engineering Division's Civil
Branch, the project is a joint
effort involving several Com-

193d salutes PCC on Canal's 68th anniversary
Joining with Commission employees, who operate and maintain the
Panama Canal, in the commemoration of the 68th anniversary, of the
opening of the waterway on August 15, were members of the armed
forces, who are responsible to protect it. A congratulatory letter from
Brig. Gen. Fred F. Woerner, Commander of the 193d Infantry Brigade, is
reproduced below.

193d Infantry Brigade (Panama)
Fort Clayton, Panama

22 August 1982

Dear Mr. McAuliffe:
The officers and soldiers of the 193d Infantry Brigade
(Panama) extend congratulations and best wishes to you and
the members of the Panama Canal Commission on this the
68th anniversary of the inauguration of the Panama Canal.
Because of its illustrious history, the Panama Canal
can be proud of its reputation and contribution to
maritime commerce. We share with you the conviction that
your future accomplishments will match those of your
magnificent past.
The 193d Infantry Brigade (Panama) salutes you and
the Commission employees as we proudly share with you
our commitment to maintain the safety of this vital


Brigadier General, USA

Administrator D. P. McAuliffe
Panama Canal Commission
Balboa, Republic of Panama

mission units. Among those play-
ing active roles are the Engineering
Division's Surveys Branch, the
Dredging :Division, and the In-
dustrial Division , .
When the project is completed,
the Gatun Lake Anchorage will
have increased in size by approxi-
mately 50 percent. To create an
anchorage such as this, the area
must be cleared of obstacles down
to a depth of 45 feet. Until recently,
this was done by sending Industrial
Division divers down to attach
dynamite to trees. After these
obstacles were blasted out, a
Surveys Branch crew targeted
anything that was missed, and the
divers would prepare for the
blasting all over again.
Lately, a new twist of an old idea
has resulted in a quicker, cheaper,
and more thorough method of
clearing the area. Pushed by a tug,
a heavily-weighted dump barge is
now being used to pull an old
dredge spud (a 70-foot, 35-ton bar
of metal) through the water at a
depth of 45 feet. The bar knocks
over or breaks off nearly every-
thing in its path. Surveyors have
found that far fewer obstacles are
left behind when this method is
It is believed that a similar
dragging method was used years
ago to clear some of the so-called

"Banana Channels," which run
between some of the small islands
at the north end of Gatuh Lake.
By systematically combing the
'Ga'tun:La'keaAnehoriage e-xpansion
area, the spud was able to perform
the initial clearing in four days-
about one-tenth the time it would
have taken to clear half the area
using divers.
In addition to the significant
time savings, the cost of the project
has also been reduced. Harold
"Bud" Green, the Engineering and
Construction Bureau engineer in
charge of the project, explained
that before the dragging method
was implemented, the divers cov-
ered slightly less than half of the
expansion area in the space of five
weeks, at a cost of about $100,000.
By dragging the spud and taking
only four days to clear the entire
area, the cost is only about
Since this method is proving to
be so much quicker and less costly,
more areas can be cleared at less
expense. When Phase Two of the
project is completed, the dragging
crew will move on to the West
Gatun Anchorage area. Also known
as the Gatun Explosive Anchor-
age, this area is used to keep ships
carrying hazardous cargo at a
distance from other vessels and
(Continued on page 4)

Take note
* "Micro Economics," an 18-
week Panama Canal College
course slated to be held on the
Atlantic side, is in. danger of
being canceled. Scheduled for
Monday and Wednesdays from
7 to 8:30 p.m., beginning
August 30, the course is short of
the required number of regis-
trants. The college encourages
those interested to sign up
immediately by calling 52-7509
or 52-3107.
* A survey is beirg'c"inducted
by the U.S. Department of
Defense Dependents Schools to
locate handicapped persons
between the ages of 3 and 21,
who are not presently enrolled
in an education program and
are in need of special education
services. Parents desiring in-
formation regarding programs
for handicapped children are
asked to call the Special Educa-
tion Office at 86-3850, 86-3966,
or 86-3861. Application forms
for special education services
may be obtained at any school
* The Atlantic Dependent
Youth Activities Office needs
supporters for its football pro-
gram. Needed are coaches,
scouts, video people, a snack
stand manager, a banquet
coordinator, an announcer and
more. If interested, call the
DYA office at 83-4472 or 83-
* The "Teatro en Circulo" is
presenting a comedy by Alfon-
so Paso entitled Si, Quiero.
Cast members include Rossana
Uribe Melillo, Juan Manuel
Ferrer, Aurea Horta, Martha
Reed, Norita Scott, and Ricar-
do Pasco, with Jos6 B. Sarsane-
das as director. Curtain time is
at 8 nightly, except for Sun-
days, when there will be a 4 p.m.
matinee. For reservations or
more information, call 61-5375
or 61-5259.
* The public is invited to attend
the monthly meeting of the
Balboa Dive Club at 7:30 p.m.
on September 1 in the Falcon
Room of the Albrook Officers'
Club. Future club-sponsored
dives and other topics of
interest will be discussed.

Sketch of tug pushing dump barge

August 27, 1982


Conversational Spanish
From August 30 through Oc-
tober 1, a beginners' course in
conversational Spanish will. be
held at the Centro de Arte y
Cultura (Artistic and Cultural
Center), Calle 41, No. 3, Bella
Vista. Classes will meet daily from
8:30 to 10:30 a.m. Tuition is $45
per month. For more information,
call 2-0187.

Party for members of
the American Society
Although the new Pizza Hut
Restaurant is not scheduled to
open until late September, Ameri-
can Society members and their
spouses are invited to a preview
from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday,
September 9. The restaurant is
located at 50th Street and Elvira
M6ndez in Panama City.
Reservations are necessary and
can be made by calling Sidney
Wickersham at 69-6808, the so-
ciety office at 23-8061, or Mike
Pierce at 52-5298. Pizza will be
served gratis, but there will be a
nominal charge for drinks. The
party is limited to adults.
Society membership is required
for attendance. For membership
information, call the society at the
number given above.

Swimming classes
The Balboa Swimming Pool will
conduct registration for swimming
classes from Sunday, September 5,
through Saturday, September 11.
Classes will begin on Monday,
September 20, and end on Friday,
December II. The swimming
program is open to all Commission
employees, DOD civilians, and
military personnel and their de-
The following classes will be
offered: toddler beginners, begin-
ners, advanced beginners, inter-
mediates, swimmers, and competi-
tive swimming. The toddler begin-
ner class is for two-and three-year-
old children who are toilet trained,
while the beginner class has a
minimum age requirement of four.
Parents must register at the pool
office; no registrations will be
accepted by telephone. Because
class sizes are limited, they will be
filled on a first-come, first-served
basis. For additional information,
call the Balboa Swimming Pool at
52'5493 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
Monday through Fridays.

Square dancing
The Canal Kickers square dance
club will hold open house on
August 30 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the
Fort Davis Recreation Center. The
public is invited to watch and
participate in America's national
dance and to see why square
dancing is called "friendship set,to
music." Classes in square dancing
will begin soon. For more informa-
tion, call 46-6756 or 43-5266.

Labor Day Classic
The Recreation Services Branch
is holding its Labor Day Swim-
ming Classic at 9 a.m. on Satur-
day, September II, at the Balboa
Swimming Pool. The meet will be
governed by Amateur Athletic
Union (A.A.U.) rules, and the
swimmer's age on the date of the
meet will determine the category in
which he or she competes. There
will be three events for adults age
19 and over.
Eligible to participate in the
meet are Commission employees,
Department of Defense civilians
residing in the Canal area, U.S.
active military personnel, depen-
dents of eligible personnel, and
students attending Department of
Defense Dependents Schools.
Entry forms may be obtained
from the following Commission
swimming pools: Balboa, Los
Rios, Gamboa, Margarita, and
Gatun. The forms must be sub-
mitted to the Los Rios Swimming
Pool no later than Friday, Sep-
tember 3.

Prepared childbirth
The Balboa Armed Services
YMCA will offer prepared child-
birth classes beginning September
7. The classes, to be held on six
consecutive Tuesdays from 7 to 9
p.m., will be taught by Cristina
Carles both in English and in
Spanish. The Lamaze method will
be presented and the instructional
film "The Story of Eric" will be
used. Registration for the course is
now open at the Balboa YMCA
reception desk. For more informa-
tion, call the "Y" at 52-2839 or 52-

New preceptor at Nova
Merrill J. Collett, Jr., will be the
next visiting preceptor in Nova
University's doctorate program in
Public Administration. Mr. Col-
lett is the president and founder of
the Executive Service of Arling-
ton, Va., and has made important
contributions to the field of public
personnel management.
He will spend a week in Panama
lecturing on personnel administra-
tion and analytical writing at
Nova. Individuals who are in-
terested in attending these sessions
or in Nova's doctorate program
should contact Dr. Martin C.
Taylor at 52-4091.

Saturday family swim
The Balboa Armed Services
YMCA invites all persons age 2 to
102 to join instructor Valencio
Thomas for the next 8-week
session of Saturday family swim
lessons slated to begin September
I1 at the "Y." The classes meet on
Saturday and are divided into
both age and skill groups that meet
from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Family
rates are available. Registration is
now open at the YMCA reception
desk. For more information, please
call the Balboa "Y" at 52-2839 or

Exercise class
The Recreation Services Branch is
offering a ladies' exercise class to be
held from 9 to 10 a.m., on Mondays,
Tuesday and Thursdays, at the
Margarita Red Barn. Mrs. Sonia
Pinder wilt be the instructor. For
further information, call 46-7229.

Bong show
Another popular Bong Show
will be held at 7 p.m.on August 28
at the Valent Recreation Center.
This fun-filled event where the best
and worst in local talent will be
judged together, will be free of
charge for all spectators.
For more information call 87-
6500 or 87-4201.

Caravana Fair
Today from 3 to 10 p.m. the
Caravana de Asistencia Social will
hold its annual fair at the ATLAPA
Convention Center. Booths repre-
senting 27 different countries will
be set up, where national foods,
crafts, and gift items from each
country will be sold.
For a $3 entrance fee, all who
attend will be given the oppor-
tunity to win a door prize. Each
country will also sell its own raffle
tickets at the fair. Prizes will
include trips to Miami and Mede-
llin, color televisions, electric
typewriters, and original works of
All proceeds will be used for the
benefit of orphanages, hospitals,
and other charitable institutions,
and for the establishment of
scholastic scholarships.
Atlantic-siders should call Andy
Lim of the Music and Theatre
Office at 89-3399 for more in-
formation regarding free transpor-
tation and tickets.
On the Pacific side, the Valent
Recreation Center will provide the
transportation and sell tickets.
Call 87-6500 or 87-4201 for more

A Canal People

Admeasurer measures up

by Katie Wingenbach

For Atlantic-sider Dick Bjor-
neby, the Panama Canal is not
only a source of income, it is also
the basis of his hobbies and many
of his activities within the com-
munity. A long-time Canal area
resident, Mr. Bjorneby has an
especially strong "Canal con-
nection," an interest in the Canal
and its people that extends well
beyond the limits of his job
R. J. "Dick" Bjorneby, now the
Cristobal Supervisory Admeasurer,
came to Panama from Bremerton,
Wash., in 1961 as a rigger. As a
divorced man with three children,
he felt that Panama would be a
good place for the kids and was
encouraged by friends who had
relocated to this area.
After working for a year as a
rigger with Industrial Division, he
became a diver and worked as a
rigger-diver for 4 years, joining the
admeasurers in 1966. In his first 4
years there as a junior admeasurer,
he boarded about 1,600 ships per
year. Mr. Bjorneby calculates that
he has boarded roughly 8,000 ships
over the years. "People are the
most interesting aspect of thisjob,"
says Mr. Bjorneby.
His interest in people is, how-
ever, not limited only to his work.
He is intensely interested in the
people of the Canal area com-
munities as well. He has shown this
interest throughout his 21 years on
the Atlantic side by serving on the
Coco Solo Civic Council, the

Governor's Advisory Committee
for Education, and the Cristobal
High School Advisory Committee.
Mr. Bjorneby is a strong and active
supporter of the Residents' Ad-
visory Committees (RACs) and
claims that they don't get enough
credit for all the good things they
do. He says that people who are
always complaining about the
RACs and various other com-
mittees, fail to realize that these
groups have been instrumental in
making the Canal area such a great
place to live.
Family is also a big part of Mr.
Bjorneby's life. In 1964 he married
Pat Leach, a Colon-born daughter
of a longstanding local family. As a
note of interest, the wedding took
place in Panama City, Fla. He
describes their family as "yours,
mine, and theirs,"-his three chil-
dren, her one, and two they later
adopted. Marc, 14, and Kristi, 13,
are still at home, but the others are
spread out around the States-one
living in New York, two in Seattle,
and one in Spokane. He says that
many friends and nearly all his
relatives, including great aunts,
cousins, and so on, have been
down here to visit. The Bjornebys
not only enjoy the company,
entertaining visitors gives them the
opportunity to learn even more
about local attractions like Porto-
belo and Fort San Lorenzo.
In addition to his community
and family activities, Mr. Bjorneby
has been involved with Little
League or Farm League baseball
every vear but one since 1964. In

Photo by Rodolfo Martinez
Dick Bjorneby, seen above sitting in his office, doesn't sit stillfor long. As
Cristobal Supervisory Admeasurer, he has taken thousands of trips into
the harbor, where he boards and measures ships preparing to transit the
Canal. Mr. Bjorneby's "Canal connection" is centered around, but is
certainly not limited to, his job, and with all his activities combined, he is
definitely a man on the move.

recent years he has chosen to serve
as an umpire rather than as a team
coach or manager. "There's nothing
I've ever liked better," he reports.
Mr. Bjorneby is an avid sports
fan. He follows all sports, "though
I never played any of them very
well," he says. In anticipation of an
October vacation, he is currently
studying the game schedules for
American football, hockey, base-
ball, basketball, soccer, Canadian
football, tennis, and motorcycle
racing in order to plan his itinerary
to take in as many sports events as
Such a seeminglv-exhausting

vacation is not new to Mr.
Bjorneby. In 1974, during a one-
month vacation, he flew a total of
16,000 miles and saw 10 pro
football games, one college foot-
ball game, watched Lou Brock
steal base No. 104 during his
record-breaking year and still
managed to see all his relatives
("including my mother-in-law," he
chuckles) in Florida, New York,
and Washington state. On that
same trip he managed to work in a
visit to the Beer Can Collectors'
Convention in Denver and was
able to see the largest motorcycle
race on the West Coast. At one

point during that one-month vaca-
tion, he passed through St. Louis
airport five times in fiv; days.
Mr. Bjorneby doesn't limit his
travel to attending sport events; he
has travelled extensively in 35
states and 8 foreign countries. For
three vacations in a row, he put
over 16,000 miles on his vehicle
each trip. Twice, he and his family
drove the Pan-American Highway
to the States and then to each of
the four corners of the continental
United States, visiting relatives
and seeing the sights. One year
those 16,000 miles were driven
entirely within the States.
Mr. Bjorneby is also a collector
of postcards, Canal Zone mem-
orabilia, and books about Panama
and the Canal, as well as beer cans.
His beer can collection boasts
3,500 different cans. His postcard
collection covers two categories:
about 250 postcard pictures taken
here during the construction days
and around 2,500 postcards of
ships, about a thousand of which
are signed by their captain. He also
has about 400 volumes in his
collection of books and other
publications dealing with Panama,
the Canal and the 1977 Panama
Canal Treaty.
When they leave Panama, The
Bjornebys plan to return to the
Pacific Northwest, where Mr.
Bjorneby plans to work in ship
surveying. But for now, "I just plan
from year to year," he says.
Although his plans for the future
are not definite, the future will
surely be related in some way to the
Canal. As he explains, "Everyone
here has a 'Canal connection.' You
just can't divorce yourself from the

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August 27, 1982


La - --^X.f~ 4M MI-
Mercedes Carmen Arias, a sophomore majoring in journalism at Mount Holyoke College,
South Hadley, Mass., found work in her field at the Office of Public Affairs. Look for a story
by Ms. Arias in a forthcoming issue.of the SPILLWAY.

John Catanzaro, who will be a student of marine engineering at Calhoun Marine
Engineering School in Batimore, Md., works with a blueprint machine in the Engineering

Students get work experience at PCC

At the beginning of each summer,
hundreds of job applications pour
into employment offices every-
where, and the Panama Canal
Commission Office of Personnel
Administration is no exception.
Over 550 high school and college
students applied for positions in
the Commission's student assistant
program this year and, on June 14,
320 students began to work. The
students were scattered through-
out the Commission in almost
every division, with the En-
gineering and Construction Bu-
reau employing the most.
The nature of the jobs ranged
from clerical/administrative, re-
quiring shorthand and typing
skills; to technical which required
more specific skills, including
engineering and computer know-
how; to manual, where few specific
%kills were needed.
The Canal organization has
been hiring student assistants for
years. It all began in June 1913
when Col. H.F. Hodges, acting
Chairman of the Isthmian Canal
Company, proposed the hiring of
"boys of suitable age and qualifica-
tions to be employed as mes-


sengers." The program continued
on into the 1930's when the
Depression severely curtailed the
program and employment pre-
ference was given to adults who
had been laid off. After a few years,
the student program picked up
again and has continued until the
present day.
The selection process begins
when the Office of Personnel
Administration replaces the ap-
plicant's name with an identifying
number on each job application.
The anonymous applicants are
then screened and referred to
various Commission units on the
basis of individual skills, level of
education attained, subjects stu-
died in the classroom, previous job
experience, and expressed oc-
cupational preference. From this,
each unit chooses those individuals
who best suit its needs.
In this program, the students are
given a chance to experience
traditional working conditions and
discipline in the completion of
required duties. Not all students
are able to obtain jobs related to
career plans, either because of a
lack of experience, an abundance

of qualified applicants, or a lack of
positions available in their area of
interest. Others do get jobs that
may play an important role in their
future. In that case, the student
assistant program is a way to get a
head start in a world where "only
the experienced need apply."
The students were employed
through August 21 when the
program ended. They are now
returning to school, richer both in
pocket and in experience.

Story by
Karyn Spertzel
Student Assistant in
the Office of Public Affairs

Photos by
Danny Saltzman
Student Assistant in
the Graphic Branch

Magaly Francis lends a hand at the Industrial Division on the
Atlantic side. A recent Cristobal High School graduate,
Magaly is now enrolled in the computer science program at
Panama Canal Collpa,.

Typing is a valuable skill for doing term papers
or landing a summer job. Emesto Guillette, a
sophomore at Prince George's Community
College in Largo, Md, uses this skill in the Data
D-raorien nh t,,ncn

Mike Patton, a junior accounting major at Florida State University, gains
valuable experience in his field as he works on a transmittal sheet for the
S rn .....or. n.r.**inn DiSi.n., ,

Page 3

Michelle Robison, a freshman studying 'computer science at Panama
Canal College, inventories the supplies in the electronics section






Page 4



from townsites, but it can currently
handle only one ship at a time.
After the area is cleared, it will be
able to hold many more. After the
West Gatun Anchorage area is
.expanded, stump removal on the
west side of the Pena Blanca Reach
will be undertaken.

Bruce Sanders, Senior Transit
Operations Officer, explained some
of the advantages of the greatly
expanded anchorage facilities. "The

(Continued from page 1)

most important benefit will be the-
greater scheduling flexibility," he
said. An added benefit is that
-current overcrowding in the Gatun
Lake Anchorage area will be
relieved. When the Pena Blanca
Reach Anchorage is established,
separate anchorages will be avail-
able for northbound and south-
bound ships. This will enhance
transit safety by eliminating the
need for anchoring ships to cross
the path of Canal traffic.


Position Vacancy List

New wage
system base
Computer Equipment Analyst, LN-10
(Knowledge of electronics required). $15,392.00
Medical Officer (Occupational Med-
icine), NE-13/14 (Bilingual) ...... $42,546.00/
Rates Analyst, LN-12............. $22,276.80
Welder, LM-10 ................... $5.92
Clerk, LN-I ...................... $6,032.00
Clerk Stenographer, LN-4 I (NTE
1-8-83)........................ . $7,196.80
Clerk Typist, LN-3 2 (NTE 1-8-83) .. $6,718.40

Bureau Lo- Va-
or ca- tan-
Division lion cies

Off. Fin. Mgmt. P

Occ. Health A
Off. Fin. Mgmt. P
Maintenance P

Admin. Svcs. P

Off. Fin. Mgmt. P
Off. Personnel
Admin. P

Writer (Printed Media), LN-7 (NTE
5 months) (Bilingual) ........... $10,316.80 Off. Public Aff. P I
How to Apply: 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) days from the
date of this publication. Qualification Standards may be reviewed at the Panama
Canal Commission Library. Further information may be obtained from the
Employment and Placement Branch, telephone 52-3583, 52-7996 or 46-7219.
Status Applicants: Applications from status applicants will be considered
only if there are no applicants on the Reemployment Priority List.
Handicapped Applicants: Handicapped individuals may call or visit Sofia
Chu at the Employment and Placement Branch for counseling with regard to
applying for any of the above-listed vacancies. The office is located in Building 366,
Ancon, telephone 52-7867.'
Repromotion Consideration: Employees downgraded as a result of RIF
will be given automatic priority consideration for repromotion to the permanent
vacancies listed above for which they qualify. As a double check, however,
employees who believe they are entitled to such priority consideration should
apply for vacancies in which they are interested and indicate on the application
form that they were demoted in RIF. Consideration of candidates for repromotion
will precede efforts to fill the position by competitive procedures.
Equal Employment Opportunity: All qualified applicants will receive
consideration foi appointments without regard to race, religion, color, national
origin, sex, age, partisan political affiliation, handicapping condition or any other
non-merit factor. A separate application must be submitted for each job listed.

*The base salaries listed above are the entry salaries for employees hired locally for the first time after
October 7, 1979. These salaries, except those identified as critical skill, will be adjusted to either the Canal Area
Wage Base or the U.S. Wage Base, depending on the eligibility of the applicant selected. A tropical differential
will be added to the applicable wage bases of eligible U.S. citizens. A recruitment/retention incentive will be
added to the applicable base salaries of employees recruited from outside the Republic of Panama.
I Requires completion of a self-certification form attesting ability to take dictation at a speed of at least
eighty words per minute (80 wpim).
2 Requires completion of a self-cartification form attesting ability to type at a speed of at least forty words
per minute (40 wpm).

The Panama Canal Spillway

Diagram of proposed anchorage areas

August 27, 1982

(Continued from page I)
Prior to the ceremony, the
Administrator delivered a sym-
bolic key to Melville Blake, Jr.,
Charges d' Affairs at the American
Embassy. Mr. Blake began the
formal proceedings by presenting
the key to Dr. Illueca.
Speaking before a large gather-
ing of Panamanian and U.S.
officials, Dr. Illueca accepted the
152 housing units in Coco Solo
and the 16 units in Mindi on behalf
of the Republic of Panama. He
then handed the symbolic key to
Rail Rolando Rodriguez Porcell,
Panama's Minister of Housing.
Dr. Illueca said that he shared
the sentiments expressed by Mr.
Blake, who had stated that the
day's events "were representative
of the good will and cooperation
between the United States and
The government of Panama has
decided to make the housing
available for rental, and six of the
new tenants were presented keys to
their residences by presiding of-
ficials Dr. Illueca, Mr. Blake, the
Administrator, Deputy Adminis-
trator Fernando Manfredo, Jr.,
Panama Canal Commission Board
Member TomBs Paredes, and
Cristobal National Assembly Rep-
resentative Telma Bonnick.

Deputy A administrator
Chief of Public Information
Acting Editor

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Photo by Armando De Gracia
Each of the gentlemen seated in the front row played an important role in the construction of the Panama
Canal. Pictured from left, are Wilfred McFarquhar, Albert Edward Thomas, Thomas Ferguson, Benjamin
Jordan, Arnold Small, Egbert C. Leslie, Adolphus Rogers, and James Cahill. Aspart of a week-long celebration
commemorating the Canal's 68th anniversary, the Society of Friends of the West Indian Museum, honored
these construction-day workers for their historical contribution to the completion of the waterway. Also
honored but not shown in the photo were Neeham Elnathan Prescot and the Rev. Ephraim Simion John

Panama Canal
D. P. McAuliffe, third
from left, and Deputy
Fernando Manfredo Jr.,
right, are presented
courtesy tickets for
the 1982 Junior League
Football season by
Balboa Rams Lightweight
football players and
cheerleaders. Tickets
for the season which
kicks off on October 28,
are selling for $1 and
may be purchased from
cheerleaders and football
players of all junior
football teams.

Photo by
R. W. Benninghoff

AAFES releases Labor Day operating hours

The Army and Air Force
Exchange Service (AAFES) Pan-
ama Area Exchange has an-
nounced operating hours for
Labor Day. Facilities that will
remain open on September 6 are as
* Shoppettes (Albrook Air
Force Station, Fort Clayton, Fort
Davis, Fort Gulick, and Howard
Air Force Base)-from 10a.m. to5
* Cafeterias and Snack Bars
(Albrook Air Force Station, Fort
Clayton, Fort Davis, Fort Gulick,
and Howard Air Force Base)-
from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

* Albrook Air Force Station Ice
Cream Parlor-from 11 a.m. to 7
* Curundu Service Station-
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
* Fort Amador Service Station
-from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
* Howard Air Force Base Sta-
tion-from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
* Fort Gulick Service Station-
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
* All theaters and concessions,
except for the House of Bamboo,
Leather World, and Ford and
Chrysler car sales at the Albrook
Mall, will observe regular oper-
ating hours.

Labor Day Holiday Commissary Schedule
Date Corozal Balboa Howard-Kobbe Fort Gulick
Wednesday, Sept. 1 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Closed 10:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.
Thursday, Sept. 2 10:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m. Closed 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m.
Friday, Sept. 3 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. 9:06 a.m.-7:00 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 4 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 5 Closed 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Closed 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Tuesday, Sept. 7 Closed 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Closed 9:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.
Wednesday, Sept. 8 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Closed 10:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.

A cdninistrator. Panama Canal Commissntion
Director pf Public Affairs
Press Officer

L7 .- f- g.3,

Pasan a manos de Panaimf

168 unidades
Para comunicar su complacen-
cia respect del estado de las 168
unidades de vivienda en el sector
AtlAntico que fueron transferidas a
PanamA la semana pasada, el
Vicepresidente Jorge Illueca ha
cursado nota al Administrador de
la Comisi6n del Canal de Panama,
D. P. McAuliffe, que en parte dice
"Considero oportuno hacer p6-
blico reconocimiento a la Comi-
si6n del Canal de PanamA por el
6ptimo estado y condici6n de
conservaci6n y mantenimiento que
pudimos observer en las viviendas
transferidas, que constituyen una
prueba de la responsabilidad y
eficiencia de la Administraci6n del
Canal en el desempefio de sus
importantes responsabilidades".

Tarifas el6ctricas

aumentaran pronto

en area del Canal
La Oficina de Administraci6n
de Finanzas de la Comisi6n de
Panama anuncia que la tarifa de
electricidad que se cobra a em-
pleados en areas residenciales de la
Comisi6n sera aumentada en 8.6
por ciento, a partir de la lectura de
medidores para el consume de
octubre de 1982.
La Comisi6n ha tomado esta
media, que guard relaci6n con
su political de tasacion compara-
ble, para que las tarifas el6ctricas
de ios empleados queden al nivel
de las tarifas de consume electrico
residential de la Autoridad del
Valle de Tennessee.
El aumento de 8.6 por ciento
tambien es aplicable a los ocupan-
tes de aquellas viviendas retenidas
por la Comisi6n del Canal de
Panama, y a los civiles del
Departamento de Defensa que
ocupan viviendas militares.

de vivienda
La transferencia de las unidades
de vivienda, realizada en ceremo-
nia p6blica en Coco Solo, marca
otro hito en la implementaci6n de
los Tratados del Canal de 1977.
Eleva a 1,252 el n6mero total de
unidades transferidas por la Comi-
si6n en cumplimiento de lo acor-
dado en el Tratado.
Las unidades de la Comisi6n
responsables por la coordinaci6n
de la exitosa transferencia fueron
la Oficina de Planificaci6n Ejecuti-
va, la Oficina de Administraci6n
Ejecutiva, la Direcci6n de Servi-
cios Generales, la Oficina del
Asesor Juridico y la Direcci6n de
Ingenieria y Construcci6n. En una
reuni6n de jefes de departamento
celebrada esta semana, el Adminis-
trador felicit6 a todos los involu-
crados en la transferencia por su
excelente trabajo.
Previo a la ceremonia, el Admi-
nistrador habia hecho llegar una
llave simb6lica a Melville Blake
Jr., Encargado de Negocios de la
Embajada Americana. El senior
(Continua en la pdgina 4)

A nombre de la Republica de Panamd, el Vicepresidente Jorge E. Illueca, a la izquierda, acept6 formalmente
las 168 unidades de vivienda en el sector Atldntico transferidas a Panamd por la Comisi6n del Canal de
Panam6, de conformidad con los Tratados del Canal de 1977. Entre los muchos otros panamehos y
funcionarios estadounidenses que participaron en la ceremoniafiguraron, sentados de izquierda a derecha, el
Encargado de Negocios de la Embajada Americana, Melville, E. Blake Jr., elAdministrador de la Comisi6n del
Canal de Panamd, D. P. McAuliffe, y el Ministro de la Vivienda, Arquitecto Rail Rolando Rodriguez Porcell.

Adelantan la Expansion del Anclaje

Una modernizada version de un
viejo m6todo esta siendo utilizada
para acelerar la terminaci6n del
proyecto de expansion del Anclaje
del Lago Gatin. Bajo la direcci6n
del Ramo Civil de la Divisi6n de
Ingenieria, el proyecto es un
esfuerzo combinado que involucra
varias unidades de la Comisi6n.
Entre los que estan tomando parte
active se encuentran el Ramo de

Comandante de la Brigada 193

felicita a la Comisi6n del Canal

El Comandante de la Brigada 193 de Infanteria (Panama), General de
Brigada Fred F. Woerner, ha dirigido al Administrador de la Comisi6n
del Canal de Panama, D. P. McAuliffe, una expraesiva nota de
felicitaci6n con motive del sexag6simo octavo aniversario del Canal de
Panama, en la que hace el debido reconocimiento del aporte que hacen
todos los empleados que estan vinculados a la gran obra del Canal.
La nota congratulatoria del General de Brigada Woerner dice asi:

193d Infantry Brigade (Panama)
Fort Clayton, Panama

"Los oficiales y soldados de la Brigada 193 de Infanteria
(Panama) extienden sus felicitaciones y mejores deseos a
usted y a los miembros de la Comisi6n del Canal de Panama
en este 68 aniversario de la inauguraci6n del Canal de
"Por raz6n de su ilustre historic, el Canal de Panama
puede sentirse orgulloso de su reputaci6n y contribuci6n al
comercio maritime. Compartimos con usted la convicci6n
de que los logros futures correran parejos con los de su
magnifico pasado.
"La Brigada 193 de Infanteria(PanamA) saluda a usted y a
los empleados de la Comisi6n al compartir orgullosamente
con usted nuestro compromise de mantener la seguridad de
esta vital via fluvial."

Brigadier General, USA

Agrimensura, la Divisi6n de Dra-
gas y la Divisi6n Industrial.
Con la terminaci6n del pro-
yecto se incrementarA en un 50 por
ciento el tamafio del Anclaje de
Gat6n. La creaci6n de un anclaje
de este tipo contempla la remoci6n
de obstaculos hasta una profundi-
dad de 45 pies. Hasta hace poco,
esto se hacia utilizando a los buzos
de la Divisi6n Industrial para
colocar dinamita en los arboles.
Despu6s que se dinamitaba estos
obstAculos, el Ramo de Agrimen-
sura localizaba a los obstaculos
que no habian sido removidos, y
los buzos tenian que prepararse
para un nuevo dinamiteo.
Ultimamente, un nuevo viraje de
una vieja tactica ha resultado ser
mis rapido,. econ6mico y mis
complete en la remoci6n de
obstaculos, Empujado por un
remolcador, una pesada barcaza
de desperdicios esta siendo usada
para arrastrar un puntal de dra-
gado (una barra de metal de 35
toneladas y 70 pies de largo) a
trav6s del agua a una profundidad
de 45 pies. La barra arrastra o
rompe casi todo lo que encuentra
en el camino. Los agrimensores
han establecido que quedan
menos obstaculos cuando se utiliza
este m6todo.
Se cree que un metodo similar
fue utilizado hace algunos afios
para abrir los "canales de banano"
que hay entire algunos de los islotes
al norte del Lago Gat6n.

"Peinando" sistemiticamente el
area de expansion del Anclaje, el
puntal pudo realizar la remoci6n
inicial en 4 dias-aproximada-
mente la d6cima parte del tiempo
que hubiese tomado limpiar la
mitad del area utilizando a los
Ademas de la apreciable canti-
dad de tiempo que se ahorra,el
costo del proyecto tambi6n ha sido
reducido. Harold "Bud" Green, el
ingeniero de la oficina de Ingeneria
y Construci6n encargado del pro-
yecto, explic6 que antes de que se
empleara este nuevo m6todo los
buzos cubrian un poco menos de la
mitad del area de expansion en 5
semanas, a un costo de $100,000.
Por medio del dragado con el
puntal, se toma 6nicamente 4 dias
para limpiar toda el area, y el costo
es de apenas unos $12,000.
Ya que este m6todo esta resul-
tando ser mas rapido y menos
costoso, mis areas pueden ser
limpiadas a menos costo. Cuando
haya sido terminada la Fase Dos
del proyecto, la cuadrilla de
dragado se trasladara al area
occidental del Anclaje de Gat6n.
Conocido tambi6n como el An-
claje de Explosivos de Gat6n, se
utiliza este sector para mantener a
los barcos que llevan carga peli-
grosa lejos de otros barcos y de los
poblados, pero actualmente s6lo
esti sirviendo a un barco cada vez.
Despu6s que se haya limpiado el
(Continiua en la pdgina 4)

Dibujo de un remolcador que empuja barcaza de desperdicios

* Por raz6n del muy limitado
n6mero de inscripciones hechas
hasta la fecha, corre peligro de
ser cancelado el curso de 18
semanas titulado"Microecono-
mia" que estaba programado
para dictarse los lunes y mi6r-
coles de 7 a 8:30 p.m. en la
extension de la Universidad del
Canal de Panama en el sector
Atlintico. La Universidad in-
vita nuevamente a los intere-
sados a inscribirse a la mayor
brevedad, llamand.o al 52-7509
6 52-3107.
* Las Escuelas de Dependien-
tes del Departamento de Defen-
sa de Estados Unidos, estan
Ilevando a cabo una encuesta
para localizar a j6venes impe-
didos, entire las edades de 3 y 21
afios que actualmente no estin
matriculados en un program
educational, y necesitan servi-
cios educacionales especiales.
Los padres que desean infor-
maci6n respect a los progra-
mas para nifios impedidos
deben Ilamar a la Oficina de
Educaci6n Especial, al 86-3850,
86-3966 6 86-3861. Los formu-
larios de inscripci6n para estos
servicios pueden ser obtenidos
en cualquiera de las oficinas de
la escuela.
* La Oficina de Actividades de
J6venes Dependientes (DYA)
del sector AtlAntico busca
colaboradores para su progra-
ma de fftbol. Se necesitan
entrenadores, buscadores de
talent, un gerente para el
puesto de venta, un coordina-
dor de banquetes, anunciado-
res, etc. Quienes est6n interesa-
dos pueden llamar a las oficinas
del DYA al 83-7772 6 83-4605.
. El Teatro en Circulo esta
presentando la comedia de Al-
fonso Pasos "Si, Quiero". En el
elenco figuran Rossana Uribe de
Melillo, Juan Manuel Ferrer,
Aurea Horta, Martha Reed,
Norita Scott y Ricardo Pasco,
bajo la direcci6n de Jos6 B.
Sarsanedas. La obra sube a
escena todas las noches a las 8,
con excepci6n de los domingos,
dia en que se present una
funci6n de mating a las 4 p.m.
Para reservaciones, o para mayor
informaci6n, Ilame al 61-5375 6
* El piblico en general esta
invitado a la reuni6n mensual del
Club de Buceo de Balboa el I1 de
septiembre a las 7:30 p.m., en el
Sal6n Halc6n del Club de
Oficiales de Albrook. Se discuti-
rAn venideras giras de buceo y
otros t6picos de interns.

Mds de 68 Afos al Servicio del Comercio Mundial

Spillway del Canal de Panama

Viernes 27 de Agosto de 1982



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Agosto 27, 1982

Espafiol para Conversar
Desde el 30 de agosto hasta el 1�
de octubre, se estara dictando un
curso de Espafiol para Conversar,
a nivel de principiantes, en el
Centro de Arte y Cultura, ubicado
en Calle 41, No 3, Bella Vista. El
horario de classes sera de 8:30 a
10:30 a.m. diariamente. El costo es
de $45 mensualmente. Para mayor
informaci6n Ilame al 27-0187.

La Sociedad Americana
invitada a comer pizzas
Aunque el nuevo restaurant
Pizza Hut no abrira sus puertas
hasta fines de septiembre, los
socios de la Sociedad Norteameri-
cana y sus esposas estAn invitados
a una pre-inauguraci6n eljueves, 9
de septiembre, de 6 a 8 p.m. El
restaurant esta localizado en la
Calle 50 y Elvira M6ndez, en la
ciudad de Panama.
Las reservaciones son necesarias
y pueden hacerse lamando a
Sidney Wickersham, al 69-6808; la.
oficina de la Sociedad, 23-8061, o a
Mike Pierce, el52-5298. Las pizzas
seran gratis pero habra un precio
nominal pr las b'ebidas. La fiesta
esta limitada a los adults, y para
asistir hay que ser miembro. Para
informaci6n, llame al nmmero de la
Sociedad que aparece arriba.

Clases de Nataci6n
La piscina de Balboa estara
recibiendo inscripciones para cla-
ses de nataci6n a partir del
domingo, 5 de septiembre, hasta el
sAbado, 11 de Septiembre. Las
classes comienzan el lunes 20 de
septiembre, y duraran hasta el
viernes 11 de diciembre. El progra-
ma estara abierto a todos los
empleados de la Comisi6n, los
civiles del Departamento de De-
fensa, y al personal military y sus
Las classes que serAn ofrecidas
son: nifiitos principiantes, princi-
piantes, principiantes avanzados,
intermedios, nadadores y nataci6n
de competencia. La clase para
niiiitos es para los de 2 y 3 afios, y
los principiantes deben tener por lo
menos 4 afios.
Los padres deben inscribirlos en
la oficina de la piscina. No se
aceptarAn inscripciones por tel6-
fono. Debido a que el tamano de
las classes sera limitado, los cupos
serAn Ilenados por los primeros
que se inscriban. Para informaci6n
adicional, Ilame a la Piscina de
Balboa, al 52-5493, de 9 a.m. a 5
p.m., de lunes a viernes.

Club de Cuadrilla
El club de cuadrilla The Canal
Kickers tendra casa abierta el 30 de
agosto, de 7 a 9 de la noche, en el
Centro Recreativo del Fuerte
Davis. El p6blico en general esta
invitado a mirar y a participar del
baile national estadounidense, y
para que comprueben por qu6 a la
cuadrilla se le denomina "amistad
con mtsica". Pronto se dictaran
classes de cuadrilla. Para mayor
informaci6n, llame al 46-6756 6

ClIsico de Nataci6n
"Dia del Trabajo"
El Ramo de Servicios Recreati-
vos patrocinarA un ClAsico de
Nataci6n "Dia del Trabajo", el
sabado I1 de septiembre en la
Piscina de Balboa. Los events se
regiran por los reglamentos de la
Uni6n Atl6tica de Aficionados
(AAU), y la edad del nadador
determinara la categoria en que 61
o ella competira. HabrA tres
events para adults de 19 o mas
Los elegibles son los empleados
de la Comisi6n, civiles del Depar-
tamento de Defensa que resident en
el Area del Canal, personal military
norteamericano active, depen-
dientes de participants elegibles, y
estudiantes que asisten a las
Escuelas para Dependientes del
Departamento de Defensa.
Los tormularios de inscripci6n
pueden ser obtenidos en las
siguientes piscinas: Balboa, Los
Rios, Gamboa, Margarita y Ga-
t6n. Los formularios llenados
deben ser enviados a la Piscina de
Los Rios a mas tardar el viernes, 3
de septiembre.

Instrucci6n sobre
el parto
El YMCA de los Servicios
Armados de Balboa ofrecera un
curso sobre el parto a partir del 7
de septiembre. El curso se dictara
los martes por 6 semanas consecu-
tivas, de 7 a 9 p.m., y sera dictado
en ingl6s y espafiol por Cristina
Carries. El m6todo Lamaze sera
presentado y se utilizar la pelicula
instructive "La Historia de Eric".
La inscripci6n para el curso ya esta
abierta en la recepci6n del YMCA
de Balboa. Para mayor informa-
ci6n, Ilame al 'Y' al tel6fono 52-
2839 o al 52-2759.

Nuevo Preceptor
en Nova
Merrill J. Collett, Jr., sera el
pr6ximo preceptor visitante del
Program de Doctorado en Ad-
ministraci6n Piblica, de la Univer-
sidad Nova. El Sr. Collett, es
president y fundador del Servicio
Ejecutivo de Arlington, Virginia, y
ha hecho importantes contribu-
clones en el campo de la adminis-
traci6n de personal.
EstarA en Panama por una
semana dictando charlas sobre
administraci6n de personal y la
escritura analitica en la Universi-
dad Nova. Las personas interesa-
das en asistir a estas charlas o
participar en el program de
doctorado, deben ponerse en con-
tacto con el Dr. Martin C. Taylor,
al 52-4091.,
Curso de nataci6n
El YMCA de los Servicios
Armados de Balboa invita a todas
las personas entire los 2 y 102 afios
de edad a que se unan al instructor
Valencio Thomas para la pr6xima
sesi6n de nataci6n familiar los
sAbados de 8 semanas de duraci6n,
que se iniciara el 11 de septiembre,
en el 'Y'. El curso se dictara los
sabados de 8:30 a.m. a 2 p.m. y
estara dividido en grupos de edad y
de habilidades. HabrA tarifas
familiares en vigor. La inscripci6n
esta abierta en la recepci6n del
YMCA. Para mayor informaci6n
sirvase Ilamar al 'Y' de Balboa al
tef6fono 52-2839 o al 52-2759.

Classes para damas
SEl Ramo de Servicios Recreativos
esta ofreciendo sesiones de ejercicios
para damas, que se realizaran de 9 a
10 a.m. los lunes, martes yjueves en
el "Red Barn" de Margarita. La Sra.
Sonia Pinder sera la instructor.
Para mayor informaci6n, Ilame al

Pruebe su talent
Otro popular program para
demostrar el talent musical, estilo
"T6quele la Campana", se efectua-
ra el 28 de agosto a las 7 p.m. en el
Centre Recreative Valent. Cada
quien participa "por la libre", y se
juzgara tanto el much como el
poco talent. Los que quieran
participar en este divertido espec-
tAculo de noche de aficionados
deben asistir a un ensayo general
en el Centro el 14 de agosto a las 2
Para mayor informaci6n, Ilame
al 87-6500 o al 87-4201.

Feria annual
La Caravana de Asistencia
Social realizara su feria annual hoy
de 3 a 10 p.m., en el Centro de
Convenciones ATLAPA. Kioskos
que representan a 27 distintos
paises estaran vendiendo al pu-
blico asistente sus plates tipicos,
artesanias y articulos para regalos.
Por una cuota de admisi6n de
B/.3.00, los que asistan tendrAn
oportunidad de ganarse un premio
de entrada. De igual modo, cada
pais venderA boletos de sus respec-
tivas rifas en la feria. Los premios
incluiran viajes a Miami y Mede-
llin, televisores de color, maquinas
el6ctricas de escribir, y obras
originales de arte.
Todo lo recaudado sera utiliza-
do en beneficio de orfelinatos,
hospitals y otras instituciones
caritativas, y para el patrocinio de
becas de studio.
Los residents del sector Atlan-
tico deben ponerse en contact con
Andy Lim al tel6fono 89-3399 en la
Oficina de Misica y Teatro, para
mayor informaci6n sobre trans-
porte y la adquisici6n de boletos.
En el sector Pacifico, el Centro
Recreativo Valent proporcionara
transport y vendera bole'tos.
LLame al 87-6500 o al 87-4201
para mayor informaci6n.

Empleados del Canal

Un arqueador que va y viene

Por Katie Wingenbach

Para Dick Bjorneby, un resi-
dente del sector Atlantico, el Canal
de Panama no es solamente una
fuente de ingresos. Tambi6n es la
base para sus pasatiempos y
muchas de sus actividades en la
comunidad. El Sr. Bjorneby, qui6n
ha vivido en el area por muchos
afios, tiene fuertes "conexiones
canaleras", un interns en el Canal y
su gente que va mas alli de los
limits de la descripci6n de su
R. J. "Dick" Bjorneby, actual-
mente desempefia las funciones de
Arqueador Supervisor en Crist6-
bal. Vino a Panama de Bremerton,
Washington, en 1961 como apa-
rejador. Siendo un hombre divor-
ciado con tres hijos, pens6 que
Panama seria un lugar ideal para
los nifios y tambi6n fue alentado
por amigos que se habian venido a
Despu6s de trabajar por un aiio
como apareador, se convirti6 en
buzo y trabaj6 como apareador-
buzo por 4 afios, pasando luego a
los arqueadores en 1966. Durante
los 4 afios siguientes, trabaj6 como
arqueador asistente y abord6 1,600
barcos por afio. El Sr. Bjorneby
calcula que ha abordado unos
8,000 barcos en los tltimos afios.
"La gente son el aspect mas
interesante del trabajo", dijo.
Su interns en el ser human, sin
embargo, no esta limitado a su
trabajo. Tambi6n estA vivamente
interesado en la gente de las
comunidades del area del Canal.
Durante sus 21 afios en el sector

AtlAntico, ha demostrado ese
interns prestando servicios en el
Consejo Civico de Coco Solo, el
Comit6 de Asesoria para la Educa-
ci6n del Gobernador y el Comit6
de Asesoria de la Escuela Superior
de Crist6bal. Tambi6n es miembro
de los Comit6s de Asesoria de
Residents y sostiene que no estan
recibiendo el cr6dito que ameritan
por todas las cosas buenas que han
realizado. Dice que las personas
que se quejan de dichos comit6s no
se han dado cuenta que esos
grupos son los que han contri-
buido a que el area del Canal sea
un lugar tan agradable.
La familiar tambi6n es parte
important de la vida del Sr.
Bjorneby. En 1946, contrajo matri-
monio con Pat Leach, nacida en
Col6n, e hija de una conocida
familiar del sector. Describe su
familiar como "suyos, mios y de
aquellos"-los tres de 61, uno de
ella, y dos mAs que adoptaron,
Marc, de 14 aiios, y Kristi, de 13,
todavia viven con sus padres, pero
los otros estan regados por Esta-
dos Unidos-uno en Nueva York,
dos en Seattle, y uno en Spokane.
Dijo que muchos de sus amigos y
casi todos sus familiares, inclu-
yendo tias, primos, etc., han estado
en Panama de visit. La pareja
Bjorneby no s6lo disfruta de las
visits; atenderlas les da la oportu-
nidad de aprender mas sobre las
atracciones locales, como Porto-
belo y el Fuerte San Lorenzo.
Ademas de sus actividades
comunitarias y familiares, El Sr.
Bjorneby ha participado en las
Ligas Juveniles de Beisbol cada
aflo desde 1964. Recientemente ha
optado por servir de arbitro en

Foto por Rodolfo Martinez
Dick Bjorneby, quien aqui aparece sentado en su oficina, no es de los que
permanecen en esa posici6n por much tiempo. Como supervisor de
arqueadores en Crist6bal, ha realizado miles de viajes a la bahia para
abordar y arquear naves que se preparan para transitar el Canal. La
"conexi6n canalera" del Sr. Bjorneby gira en torno a, pero no limitado a,
su trabajo, y con la combinaci6n de todas sus actividades, es
definitivamente un hombre que estd en constant movimiento.

lugar de ser entrenador o director.
Es un inveterado aficionado del
deported. Sigue el desarrollo de
todos los deportes, "aunque nunca
fui bueno en ninguno de ellos",
agreg6. Con miras a sus vacaciones
en octubre, actualmente se encuen-
tra estudiando los calendarios de
los juegos de fftbol americano,
hockey, beisbol, balompi6, futbol
canadiense, tenis y las carreras de
motocicletas para planear sus
itinerario de manera que puedever
la mayor cantidad de events

Aunque semejante itineriario es
aparentemente agotador, eso no es
nada nuevo para el Sr. Bjorneby.
En 1974, durante unas vacaciones
de un mes, vo16 16,000 millas y
presenci6 10 juegos del ffitbol
professional, uno colegial, estuvo
present para el robo de base NQ
104 de Lou Brock, ytodavia tuvo
tiempo para ver a sus familiares
("incluyendo a mi suegra", dijo
sonriendo) en Nueva York, Flo-
rida y el Estado de Washington. En
ese mismo viaje pudo asistir a la
Convenci6n de Coleccionistas de

Latas de Cerveza en Denver y
presenciar la carrera de motoci-
cletas mas grande de la Costa
Occidental. Tiene 3,500 latas de
distintas marcas en su colecci6n.
Durante esas vacaciones de I mes
pas6 por el aeropuerto de San Luis
cinco veces en 5 dias.
El Sr. Bjorneby no limita sus
viajes a la asistencia a events
deportivos, ha viajado extensa-
mente por 35 Estados y ocho
paises. Durante tres vacaciones
consecutivas, viaj6 16,000 millas
cada vez en su vehiculo. En dos
ocasiones, 61 y su familiar viajaron
por la Carretera Interamericana a
los Estados Unidos y de alli a las
cuatro esquinas del pais, visitando
familiares y admirando el paisaje.
El Sr. Bjorneby tambi6n es
coleccionista de tarjetas postales,
memorabilia de la Zona del Canal
y libros sobre Panama y el Canal,
asi como de latas de cerveza. Su
colecci6n de tarjetas postales es de
dos categories: unos 250 de
retratos de tarjetas tomados du-
rante la 6poca de la construcci6n y
unos 2,500 de barcos, unos 1,000
de los cuales estan firmados por
sus capitanes. Tambi6n posee
aproximadamente 40 volfmenes
en su colecci6n de libros y otras
publicaciones relacionadas a Pa-
nama, el Canal y el Tratado de
Cuando abandon a Panama, la
pareja piensa retornar al Pacifico
noroeste, donde el Sr. Bjorneby
tiene intenciones de trabajar en la
agrimensura de barcos. Pero por
ahora, "solo planeo para un afio
cada vez". Aunque sus planes para
el future no son definidos, de
alguna manera el future estara
relacionado al Canal. Come 6l lo
explica, "todo el mundo aqui tiene
una conexi6n canalera; uno no
puede divorciarse de la via acua-

Piaina 2

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Aeosto 27, 1982


Mercedes Carmen Arias, estudiante de segundo ano de periodismo en el Colegio Mount
Holyoke, de South Hadley, Massachusetts, encontr6 lo que le gusta en la Oficina de
Informaci6n y de Relaciones Pdblicas. Un articulo escrito por la Srta. Arias aparecerd en
una pr6xima edici6n del SPILLWAY.

Estudiantes se abren paso trabajando

Al comienzo de las vacaciones
escolares, cientos de aplicaciones
de.trabajo inundan las oficinas de
empleos en todas parties, y la
Oficina de Administraci6n de
Personal de la Comisi6n del Canal
de Panama no es ninguna excep-
ci6n. Mas de 550 estudiantes de
nivel secundario y universitario
aplicaron por posiciones en el
program de estudiantes asistentes
de la Comisi6n de este afio y, a
partir del 14 dejunio, 320 de ellos
comenzaron a trabajar. Dichos
estudiantes fueron repartidos a
trav6s de casi todas las divisions
de la Comisi6n, recibiendo la
Oficina de Ingenieria y Construc-
ci6n la mayor cantidad.
La naturaleza de sus tareas
oscilaron desde oficinista/admi-
nistrativo, que demand destrezas
de estenografia y mecanografia, a
t6cnica, que require destrezas mas
especificas, incluidas el conoci-
miento de ingenieria y computa-
doras; a maunal, done son pocas
las destrezas especificas reque-
La organizaci6n del Canal ha
estado empleando estudiantes asis-
tentes por mas de 60 afios. Todo
comenz6 en junio de 1913, cuando
el Coronel H. F. Hodges, presiden-
te encargado de la Comisi6n

Istmica del Canal, propuso se
empleara a "muchachos de edad y
cualidadaes adecuadas como men-
sajeros". El program contilu6
hasta la d6cada del '30, cuando la
Depresi6n limit severamente el
program, y la preferencia en el
empleo se transfiri6 a los adults
que habian perdido sus trabajos.
Despu6s de algunos afios, pudo
reanudarse el program para estu-
diantes, y ha continuado hasta el
El process de selecci6n comien-
za cuando la Oficina de Adminis-
traci6n de Personal reemplaza el
nombre del aplicante con un
n6mero de identificaci6n en cada
una de las solicitudes. Los solici-
tantes an6nimos luego son referi-
dos a las diversas unidades de la
Comisi6n en base a sus destrezas
individuals, el grado de educaci6n
cursado, las materials estudiadas en
el aula, experiencia de trabajo
previo, y preferencia ocupacional
expresa. De aqui, cada unidad
selecciona a aquellos que mejor
Ilena sus necesidades.
En este program, se le brinda al
estudiante la oportunidad de expe-
rimentar las tradicionales condi-
ciones de trabajo y discipline en la
realizaci6n de las tareas asignadas.
No todos los estudiantes estAn en

capacidad de obtener empleos
acordes con los planes que han
trazado para sus carreras, ya sea
por la falta de experiencia, una
abundancia de solicitantes califi-
cados, o una falta de posiciones
vacantes en su area de interns.
Otros si logran colocaci6n que
pueden jugar un important papel
en su future. En este caso, el
program de estudiante asistente
es una manera de dar el paso inicial
en un mundo en que "tnicamente
el experiinentado puede aplicar".
Los estudiantes estuvieron em-
pleados hasta el 21 de agosto, que
fue cuando finaliz6 el program.
Ahora retornan a sus colegios, mis
ricos de bolsillo y de experiencias.

Texto por
Karyn Spertzel
En la Oficina de Informacidn
sirvid de estudiante asistente

Fotos por
Danny Saltzman
A yudd como estudiante asistente
en el Ramo de Artes Grdficas

Michelle Robison, quien se inicia como estudiante de Ciencias
Computacionales en la Universidad del Canal de Panamd, hace un
inventario de las existencias en la secci6n de parties electr6nicas.

Magaly Francis le da una mano a la Divisi6n Industrial del
sector Atldntico. Recidn graduada de la Escuela Superior de
Crist6bal, Magaly estd ahora matriculada en elprograma de
Ciencias Computacionales de la Universidad del Canal de

La mecanografia es una destreza til para
copiar trabajos de graduaci6n y para conseguir
trabajo durante las vacaciones. Ernesto Guil-
lette, estudiante de segundo aho en la
Universitaria Comunitaria de Prince George en
Largo, Maryland, demuestra su habilidad en la
Division de Sistemas de Procesamiento de

Mike Patton, estudiante de contabilidad en la Universidad del Estado de
Florida, se hace de valiosa experiencia en su campo, a traves del trabajo que
cumpli6 en la Divisi6n de Operaciones de Computadoras.

Pagina 3

John Catanzaro, quien ingresard a la Escuela de Ingenieria Maritima Calhoun en Baltimore,
trabaja con la copiadora de pianos en la Divisi6n de Ingenieria.












Agosto 27, 1982

Expansion (Viene de la pdgina 1)

sector, podra acomodar a muchos
barcos mis. Despu6s de la limpieza
del Anclaje de Gat6n Occidental,
se empezard con la remoci6n de
obsticulos del sector occidental,de
la Bordada de Pefia Blanca.
Bruce Sanders, el Oficial Mayor
de Operaciones de TrAnsito, ex-
plic6 algunas de las ventajas de un
anclaje expandido. "El beneficio
mis important sera una mayor
flexibilidad en la programaci6n de
los anclajes", manifest. Un bene-

ficio adicional es que se despejard
la actual aglomeraci6n en el sector
del Anclaje del Lago de Gatnin.
Cuando establezcan el Anclaje de
la Bordada de Pefia Blanca,
habrin anclajes disponibles para
barcos que se dirigen tanto al sur
como al norte. Esto incrementard
la seguridad en los trAnsitos por
medio de la eliminaci6n de la
necesidad de que los barcos tengan
que cruzar la ruta del trifico del
Canal para llegar al anclaje.


Lista de Posiciones Vacantes

Salario base Direcridn
drea die o

Analista de Equipo de Computadoras,
LN-10 (Se require saber elec-
tr6nica) ........................ $15,392.00
M6dico (Medicina Ocupacional),
ME-13/14 (Bilingiie) ............ $42,546.00/
Analista de Tarifas, LN-12 ......... $22,276.80
Soldador, LM-10 ................. $5.92


Si- can-
tio tes

Adm. Fin. P I

Salud Oc. A I
Adm. Fin. P I
Mantenimiento P 1

Oficinista, LN-1 .................. $6,032.00 Serv. Admin. P I
Oficinista-Esten6grafo(a), LN-4 I
(Hasta 8-1-83) .................. $7,196.80 Adm. Fin. P 1
Oficinista-Mecan6grafo(a), LN-3 2
(Hasta 8-1-83) ..................$6,718.40 Adm. Personal P I
Escritor (Impresos), LN-7 (Bilingiie)
(Maximo 5 meses) .............. $10,316.80 Of. Inf. P 1

C6mo Solicitar Empleo: Las solicitudes se recibirnn en el Ramo de Empleo y
Colocaciones ubicado en el Edificio 366, Anc6n, o en el Edificio 1105, Crist6bal. La solicited
se hara mediante el Formulario 443, SOLICITUD DE TRASLADO. y deber ser recibida en
el Ramo dentro de los pr6ximos siete (7) dias calendarios posteriores a la fecha de esta
liublicaci6n. Pueden verificarse los requisitos de los puestos en la Biblioteca de la Comisi6n del
Canal de PanamA. Para mayor informaci6n llame al Ramo de Empleo y Colocaciones.
tel6fonos 52-3583, 52-7996 6 46-7219.
Solicitantes en la categoria de Empleados de Carrera: Solamente se
consideraran las solicitudes de los empleados de carrera si no hay solicitantes en la Lists de
Reempleo Prioritario.
Solicitantes con Impedimentos Fisicos: Las personas id6neas con impedimentos
fisicos que deseen asesoramiento sobre las vacantes arriba anunciadas pueden llamar o visitar
a Sofia Ch6 en el Ramo de Empleo y Colocaciones. La oficina, esta situada en el Edificio 366
de Anc6n y el telefono es 52-7867.
Consideraci6n de Reascenso: Los empleados transferidos a grades inferiores a causa
de una media de reducci6n de personal recibiran consideraci6n preferencial de reascenso
aulomAticamente a cualquiera de las vacantes permanentes que aparecen en esta list y para
las que resultaren id6neos. No obstante. y para mayor seguridad, los empleados que estimen
que tienen derecho a esta consideraci6n preferencial deberAn solicitar las vacantes en las que
tengan interns, y sefialar en su solicitud que se encuentran en un grado inferior con motive de
una media de reducci6n de personal. El reascenso de estos empleados seconsiderari antes de
proceder a Ilenar la vacant mediante los procedimientos competitivos.
Igualdad de Oportunidades de Empleo: A todos los solicitantes id6neos se les
considerarA para nombramiento sin distinci6n de raza, religion, color, origen national, sexo,
edad, partidarismo y afiliaci6n political, impediment fisico, o cualquier otro factor que no sea
de merito. Se debera Ilenar una solicitud por separado para cada una de las vacantes de esta

* Los salaries base que aparecen arriba son los salaries iniciales para aquellos empleados contratados
localmente y por primer vez despues del 7 de octubre de 1979. Estos salaries, con excepci6n de aquellos
identiflcados como de oficios critics, se ajustarin de acuerdo con la Base de Sueldos del Area del Canal ocon
la Base de Sueldos de los Estados Unidos, seg 6n la elegibilidad del solicitante seleccionado. Un diferencial
tropical se ailadird al salario base aplicable a los ciudadanos estadounidenses elegibles. Un incentive de
contrataci6n y retenci6n se aiiadir, a los salaries base aplicables a aquellos empleados contratados fuera de la
Rep iblica de Panama.
S El solicitante debera Ilenar un formulario done certifique que puede tomar dictado a una velocidad
minima de ochenta palabras por minute (80 ppm).
2 El solicitante debera Ilenar un formulario que certifique que puede escribir a maquina a una velocidad
minima dP rPlrnts nllhrs nnr minlt- 1d nnm

Spillway del Canal de Panama

Administradlor de la Comisi6n del Canal Suhadhnini.trador
I)irector Jefe dek
Oficina tde Informacidn y Informacidn PtPhlica
Relaciones Pdhlicas
OQicilI de Prensa Direclora Inlerina
El SPI LWAY es una puhlicaci6n oflcial del Canal de Panami. I.os articulos que en clla apareccn puedcn ser
reproducid- sin pedir autori/aci6n, j nicamente acrdilando al SPII.I.WAY DEL. CANAl. DE PANAMA comoa la
fucnie. " oda cClaboraci6n debe eslar en la Oficina de Prensa antes del medindia deljure�e anterior a su publicacinr.
I)cspuo de c/ a fecha o lo se aceptarin notice cia ciales de urgencia. Suhscripcion annual: corrco ordinarto S6: correo
ordinario. para cstudianltes S4 corrco acreo l19. rnvicse cheque o giro postal a favor de The Panama Canal
Commission y dnlrgdo a: Oficina de Relacioncs PIihlc-as del Cana;ll de Panami. APO Ma;m l 34011.

Diagrama de proyectadas dreas de anclaje

(Viene de la pdgina 1)
Blake inici6 la parte formal de la
ceremonia presentando esa Have al
VicePresidente Illueca.
Dirigi6ndose al nutrido grupo
de funcionarios panamefios y
estadounidenses, el doctor Illueca
acept6 a nombre de la Rep6blica
de Panama las 152 unidades de
vivienda en Coco Solo y las 16
adicionales en Mindi. Luego pas6
la llave simb6lica al Ministro de la
Vivienda, arquitecto Raul Rodri-
quez Porcell.
El doctor Illueca manifest que
compartia los sentimientos expre-
sados por el senior Blake, quien
habia manifestado que los events
de esa dia "eran representatives de
la buena voluntad y cooperaci6n
entire los Estados Unidos y Pa-
El gobierno de Panama ha
decidido poner las unidades de
vivienda a disposici6n de quienes
las quieran alquilar, recibiendo ese
mismo dia los seis primeros
ocupantes sus respectivas leaves de
manos del Dr. Illueca, el Sr. Blake,
el Administrador, el Sub-Adminis-
trador Fernando Manfredo Jr., el
representante panamefio en la
Junta Directiva de la Comisi6n,
ingeniero Tomas Paredes, y la
honorable Representante por el
Corregimiento de Crist6bal, Tel-
ma Bonnick.

Foto por Armando De Gracia
Cada uno de los caballeros sentados en primera filajugaron un papel important en la construcci6n del Canal
de Panamd. De izquierda: Wilfred McFarquhar, Albert Edward Thomas, Thomas Ferguson, Benjamin Jordan,
Arnold Small, Egbert C. Leslie, Adolphus Rogers and James Cahill. Como parte de la conmemoraci6n del 68�
aniversario del Canal, la Sociedad de Amigos del Museo Antillano rindi6 honors a estos trabajadores de la
6poca de la construcci6n por su contribuci6n hist6rica a la terminacidn de la via acudtica. Tambidn recibieron
honors Neeham Elnathan Prescott y el Rev. Ephraim Simi6n John Alphonse.

El Administrador de la
Comisi6n del Canal de
Panamd, D. P. McAuliffe,
tercero desde la izquierda
y el Subadministrador
Fernando Manfredo, Jr.,
derecha reciben boletos
de cortesla para toda la
temporada de 1982 de la
Liga Juvenil de Futbol,
de manos de los
pequenios jugadores de
los Rams y sus
animadoras. Los boletos
para la temporada, que
se inicia el 28 de octubre,
se estdn vendiendo a $1
cada uno, y se pueden
comprar a cualquiera de
los jugadores o

Foto par
R. W. Benninghoff

AAFES anuncia horario especial

Los puestos de venta del Army
Air Force Exchange Service
(AAFES) han anunciado las horas
de operaci6n para el Dia del
Trabajo. Los puestos que estarin
abiertos el dia 6 de septiembre son
los siguientes:
� Minimercados (Albrook, Fuer-
te Clayton, Fuerte Davis, Fuerte
Gulick y Base A6rea de Howard)-
de 10 a.m. a 5 p.m.

* Cafeterias (Base A6rea de
Albrook, Fuerte Clayton, Fuerte
Davis, Fuerte Gulick y Base Aerea
de Howard)-de 9:30 a 3:30 p.m.

* Heladeria de Albrook-de I I
a.m. a 7 p.m.
* Estaci6n de Servicio de Cu-
rund6i-de 9 a.m. a 4 p.m.
* Estaci6n de Servicio de Fuerte
Amador-de-10 a.m. a 3 p.m.

* Estaci6n de Servicio de Fuerte
Gulick-de 10 a.m. a 4 p.m.
* Todos los teatros y concesio-
nes, except el House of Bamboo,
Leather World y ventas de carros
Ford y Chrysler en Albrook,
observarin las horas normales de

Pagina 4

Horario de Comisariatos para el Dia del Trabajo
Fecha Corozal Balboa Howard-Kobbe Fuerte Gulick
Mi6rcoles, Sept. 1 . 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Cerrado 10:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.
Jueves, Sept. 2.... 10:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m. Cerrado 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m.
Viernes, Sept. 3 ... 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.
Sabado, Sept. 4... 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. . 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. 8:00 d.m.-5:00 p.ri.
Domingo, Sept. 5 . Cerrado 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Cerrado 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Martes, Sept. 7 ... Cerrado 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Cerrado 9:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.
Mi6rcoles, Sept. 8. 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Cerrado 10:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.

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