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Title: The Panama Canal spillway = el Canal de Panamá spillway
Alternate Title: Spillway
Canal de Panamá Spillway
Spillway del Canal de Panamá
Physical Description: 37 v. : ill. ; 43 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Canal Zone
Canal Zone
Panama Canal Company
United States -- Panama Canal Commission
United States
Publisher: Panama Canal
Place of Publication: Balboa Hights C.Z
Balboa Hights, C.Z
Publication Date: August 23, 1963
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
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Language: Text in English and Spanish; Spanish text inverted.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 33 (Feb. 1, 1963)-Vol. 37, no. 26 (Dec. 30, 1999).
Issuing Body: Issued by: Government of the Canal Zone <June 24, 1966-June 13 1969>; by the Panama Canal Company, <Aug. 13, 1976>-Sept. 14, 1979; by the Panama Canal Commission, Sept. 20, 1979-Dec. 1999.
General Note: "Official Panama Canal publication."
General Note: Imprint varies: Balboa Hights, <1966-1978>; Miami, Fla., <1979-1982>; Balboa Heights, Pan. <1983>-1999.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 1 (June 24, 1966); title from caption.
General Note: Vols. for 1994-1995 distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.
General Note: Special "80th anniversary supplement" issue published on Aug. 12, 1994.
General Note: Special ed. for 65th anniversary of the Panama Canal issued at end of Oct. 1979, is also a joint issue with: The News: authorized unofficial publication of the U.S. Armed Forces, Quarry Heights, Panama, and includes the text of the Panama Canal Act.
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Volume ID: VID00421
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 02582102
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 Related Items
Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

Full Text



Gift of the Panama Canal Museum
UI


Zone's U. S. Schools



Reopen In Two Weeks


The opening of 'U.S. Canal
Zone schools is only two weeks
away, and those students who
did not attend schools in the
Zone last year are asked to
complete registration immedia-
tely.
Increased Canal Zone enroll-
ments will be met with ad-
ditional school facilities this
coming school year. Some of
the classroom additions will be
of new construction; others will
be revamped to accommodate
the ever-growing, lists of school
children.
Balboa High School students
will be a bit less cramped with
the opening of a new 12-room
addition plus use of an ad-
ditional 12 classrooms in the
f o r'm e r Canal Zone College
building. The former college


rooms, the High School build-
ing, and the new 12-room ad-
dition will be air-conditioned.
Twelve rooms of the Diablo
Heights Junior High School ad-
dition will be ready for student
occupancy by the beginning of
school September 9. This school
addition, when completed, will
have 16 air-conditioned class-
rooms. besides the Junior High
students, the overflow of
elementary school students will
atend school in the Junior High
School addition.
At the Fort Clayton Elemen-
tary School there will' be 11
elementary classrooms plus a
kindergarten this school year.
Last year, 6 classrooms were
used in this building.
The Cristobal Junior Senior
High School will have p ad-


ditional classrooms this year.
. Seven classrooms in addition
to last year's two will be in
operation at the Coco Solo
Elementary School annex this
year, Eight of the nine will be
regular classrooms, while the
ninth will be a kindergarten
which will be in operation with
the opening of school.
The Canal Zone College at La
Boca will have classrooms on
three floors and all will be air-
conditioned. With the opening
of school all 15 classrooms will
be in use.
',
In addition to new class-'
rooms, newplay space will be
ready for the Balboa Elemen-
tary school children, with cons-
truction of a covered play slab
on the school grounds.


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VOL. II No. 10


EXTRA INSURANCE?
The program under which U. S. citizens em-
ployed by the Panama Canal have a chance to
improve their life insurance coverage at nominal cost
is halfway home..
Robert Van Wagner, Employee Services Officer,
said Thursday that half the required number of ap-
plications have been received and urged that others
interested in obtaining the improved life insurance
submit their application cards immediately.
The additional coverage, which is not part of
the Federal Employees Group Life Insurance plan,
is patterned after it in both amount of coverage
provided and. cost. The amount of insurance avail-
able to each employee under the supplemental plan
is determined by the applicant's income and the cost
is 25 cents for each $1,000 of insurance, the same
as it is for FEGLI.
Application cards for the additional coverage
have been distributed to all eligible employees. Any
who wish to increase their life insurance coverage
under the plan, for which the underwriter is United
of. Omaha, should return the application card im-
mediately. The insurance representative of each em-
ployee's unit can provide additional information, or
it can be obtained by calling the Employee Services
Branch at Balboa 2508 or 2661.


STRIKES, YES: FISH NO


The women employees of the
Canal took a crack at the sport
of deep-sea fishing recently, as
four couples took a four-day
cruise as part of the 11th Inter-
national Marlin and Sailfish
Tournament on the launch Ana-
yansi.
Vivian Corn, Mary Williford,
Andra Dougan -and Joyce Pal-
mer, all accompanied by their
husbands, took off on the Ana-
yansi last Saturday and return-
ed Tuesday evening a little
wearied and perhaps a little
more sunburned. Try as they
might, the girls failed to land
one of at least six sailfish
strikes, but the husbands had


a little more luck. Ed Palmer
landed a sail and Harry Corn
also bagged a sail, while losing
what appeared to be ,a 500-
pound marlin after a 30-minute
fight.
The group as a whole caught
large quantities of dolphin and
bonita. The .ladies,' possibly
from lack of experience, had
a little trouble with lines
snagging and breaking.
However, as has been men-
tioned in regard to previous
trips of the Canal launch Cor-
bina, the food and the crew
were just wonderful and every-
one enjoyed the trip, despite
the lack of fishing records set.


Arrangements Being Completed To Withhold Tax
Arrangements are being com-. beginning with paychecks issued employees who are subject to that they are not subject to the withheld from their salaries they
pleted by Canal officials to begin after September Y. neither U. S. income taxes nor. tax may present such proof from will be able to apply for their
withholding of ,Panama income Although officials in charge of Panama income taxes, they are 5 to 9 p.m. today or 8 a.m. to "Paz y Salvo" certificate.
taxes, from the wages 'of Canal the program say they think there providing an opportunity today noon Saturday in the Activities 2. Upon registering the appli-
employees subject to such taxes, is only a small group of Canal and tomorrow for such employees Room of Paraiso Elementary cation for the certificate, Pan-
to offer proof that they are not School, the gymnasium of Santa ama officials of the Income Tax
: Panamanian citizens. Cruz School, or the study hall of Bureau will ascertain from their


The following listing shows the
amount of Par ama income tax to
be withheld from the pay of an
employee earning the amount
shown for the two-week pay pe-
riod. Where applicable, the table
includes a 10 percent surcharge
which was added to the basic
income tax sometime ago.
Two-week Tax To Be
earnings Withheld
$30.00 $ 0.60
35.00 0.70
40.00 0.80
45.00 0.90
50.00 1.00
55.00 1.10
60.00 1.20
65.00 1.30
70.00 1.54
75.00 1.65
80.00 1.76
85.00 1.87
90.00 1.98
95.00 2.09
100.00 2.23
125.00 2.91
150.00 3.66
175.00 4.48
200.00 5.64
250.00 86.0
300.00 11.90
350.00 15.48
400.00 19.33
450.00 23.18
500.00 27.88
550.00 32.83
600.00 37.78
650.00 42.73


Auditors


Will Hear


Panama CPA
Manuel Castro-Vieto, man-
ager and owner of Financiera
General, S. A., a finance firm
in the Republic of Panama,
will be the guest speaker at a
chapter meeting of the Institute
of- Internal Auditors, Panama
and Canal Zone Chapter, to be
held at the Albrook Officers'
Club on Thursday, August 29:
His subject will be "The Orga-
.nization and Operation of a
Finance Company."
Mr. Castro-Vieto is a mem-
ber of the C.P.A. Colegio de
Panama and was formerly As-
sistapt Comptroller of the Re-
public of Panama.
The meeting will be called to
order promptly at noon and
luncheon will be served.
All persons interested are
invited to attend this luncheon-
meeting. Confirmation of at-
tendance should" be made by
telephoning Mrs. W. H. Mun-
yon, Balboa-2173.


It is the individual employee's
responsibility to prove to the Pan-
ama Canal that he is not taxable.
Without such proof, income tax
dedications will be made from
the pay of all non-Panamanian
employees who are not U. S. citi.
zens.
Proof which can be offered to
Canal officials today and Satur-
day as proof that an employee
who lives in the Canal Zone is
not subject to Panama income tax
includes a new type "extrarjero"-
cedula, or other documentation
such as a passport or birth cer-
tificate. Only non Panamanian
employees living in the Canal
Zone are exempted from with-
holding of the tax.
Any employee wishing to prove


Rainbow City High School.
Canal officials in charge of
readying details of the withhold-
ing program said this week that
the amount to be withheld will
not be affected by the number
of dependents claimed. Employees
wishing to claim dependent de-
ductions under the law will have
to do so at the time they file
their return with Panama.
At the same time, the office
of the Panama Director of Inter.
nal Revenues offered the follow-
ing information relative 'to taxes
and the "Paz y Salvo" certificate
required before Panamanians my
leave the couintry:-
1. Once Panama Canal em-
ployees begin paying their in-
come tax by having the amount


listings if the applicant has paid
his taxes.
3. Once 'this matter is deter.
mined, the application will be
dealt with accordingly.
As for individuals who are in
arrears on their tax payments but
have started to pay through the
withholding procedure, the Inter-
nal Revenue officials said those
individuals will have to pay all
outstanding amounts before
they become entitled to a "Paz
y Salvo" -certificate.
The Panama Internal Revenue
office also volunteered the infor-
mation that many Canal Em-
ployees with outstanding balances
owed on their income tax have
made arrangements with the of-
fice and are paying off the
balances in installments.


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15
'1


School Staging Fair


The annual "country fair" of
the School of Our Lady of Beth-
lem in Las Combres will be
held Saturday and Sunday, fair
. officials have announced.
The program of games,
dances, band concerts, horse
shows, and other native activ-
ities will begin at 2 p.m. Satur-


da yand at 8 a.m. Sunday. Food
and refreshments will be sold
on the grounds during the ac-
tivities. Displays will include
one by 'he Panama Canal.
To reach the site of the fair
from Panama City, follow the
Transisthmian Highway north
to La Hacienda, then turn left
and follow the signs.


d THE SPOTLIGHT REVUE, A USO variety show featuring music, dancing, singing and come.
dy was presented in the Red Cross lounge of Gorgas Hospital with ambulatory patients as the ap-l
preciative audience. The Garrick twins are shown above in a dance routine. They -hacd beeol
preceded by Myke Mather, vocalist, and were followed by the comedy team of Clara Cedrone and#
Damian Mitchell. The latter also acted as master of ceremonies. Immediately following the pere
formance in the Red Cross lounge, the Garrick twins and Myke Mather paid a visit to one of the
wards, where they chatted briefly with bed patients who had been unable to attend the perfow
mance.


Panama.- Ca-na







PIL.LWAY


FRIDAY, August 23, 1963


Rate Of 1 taxation



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SPILLWAY


Recreation Program Closes



With Demonstration Of Skills


THE SNOOTY PIG SNOUT is the new look of pontoon floats
for the dredge MINDI, shown above lined up outside the Industrial
Division's main office at Mount Hope. Heretofore, a cylindrical
form had been used. The new tapered bow and stern is designed
for better towing and easier handling. About 60 of these new-type
pontoons are being made at the Industrial Division. Each is about
29 feet long and each. weighs 9,690 pounds, with the saddles on
which the new pontoon discharge pipe-will rest. The saddles also
are being made at the Industrial Division shops. Estimated cost
of the new floats and saddles is $133,037.


CHS Cadets To Graduate Next Friday


Sergeant Major Joseph J. Cor-
eoran of Fort Gulick will be the
guest speaker at the graduation
exercises of the 'Cristobal High
School ROTC Leadership School
August 30 at 10:30 a.m. in the
CHS Auditorium.
The 81 graduates will be mem-
bers of all four classes at Cris-
tobal High School when school
opens in September, and will be
participants in the ROTC pro-
grams at CHS this fall.


The program that the cadets
are now undergoing was divided
into two phases. The first phase
was held from August 12-16 for
M2, M3, and M4 cadets. The se-
cond phase, currently in session,
is for M1 tltrough M4 cadets.
The classes, now meeting four
hours daily, are informed as to
what they will be expected to
do and know in the school ROTC
program.


IN BROWSIN


COLLECTION


By Mrs. ELEANOR FLEMING,
Canal Zone Librarian
Yanks pon't Cry by Martin
Boyleis: "a Marine's eye view
ef four heroic yeprs in a Japa-
nese prisoner of war camp."
Mr. Doyle was on Guam on
December 7, 1941, was taken
prisoner, and spent -forty-four
months as a prisoner of wark
This account reads like a novel,
but actually is a factual record
of' the a u t h o r's. experience
during long and difficult days.
Cry Havoc by Richard Mar-
tin Stern is a suspense novel in
which the police chief of a
small community must d e a 1
with developing hysteria as
successive incidents proclaim a
.dangerous, criminal on the loose.
This is a very well done psych-
olpgical shocker.,
The Shadow in the Glass by
August Derleth is an historical
6iovel based on the life of the
first governor df Wisconsin and
his embittered and frustrated
wife kate 'who had envisioned
a gay social whirl as governor's
lady instead of the beautiful
wilderness in which she lived
August Derleth is one of Amer-
ica's best-known and best-loved
Regional writers. He has used
the Wisconsin prairie region ---
the place of his birth in
many of his books..
Rascal by Sterling North is
subtitled as "a 'memoir. of a
better era." The scene is laid
in a midwestern town of nearly
fifty years ago and the hero of
thr story is a deligbfully dis-


arming raccoon. He was dis-
covered by the author's St.
Bernard and was added to the
heterogenous collection of liv-
ing creatures already housed
together in the author's old-'
fashioned home. The pen and
ink sketches by John Schoen-
herr depicting Rasca 1 are
delightful and add to the charm
of the book. This refreshing
story woft the Dutton Animal
Book'Award in 1962.
The Corpse That Never Was
by Brett Halliday is Michael
Shane's forty-sixth case. Mr.
Halliday's admirers will find
this' one especially to their
liking. It contains the usual
ingredients mistaken identi-
ty, suicide note s, gambling
joints and beautiful redheads -
all in Michael Shane's familiar
Miami haunts.
The Land of Rumbelow by
Carlos Baker is an unusual
novel. "It traces the path by
which one man emerged from -
a dragon-ridden inferno into
light and life." Rumbelow, ac-
cording to an ancient morality
play, is a region three miles
out of Hell. Carlos Baker is
Woodrow Wilson Professor of
English at Princeton. This is to
some extent a detective-story.
T o w i n g locomotives, com-
monly called "mule s," pull
ships through the locks. The
average ship uses six, three on
either side. The front pair does
the pulling, the .second pair
may be used either for pulling
or braking, and the back pair
acts as brakers.


Balboa's summer, recreation
program came to a close Wed-
nesday evening with a demons-
tration of some of the skills
learned during the session.
Stewart J. Brown got the
well-planned festivities under-
way by introducing the Isth-
* mian champs in basketball,,
- volleyball and archery from
Balboa.
In the archery, Grace Whit-
ney, Balboa's athlete of the
year, outshot Fred Atkinson,
Denise Ella and Charley
Thompson in an exhibition
match.
Mike Plucker, Bob Daniel and
Joe Hunt then gave a weight
training exhibition. Plucker did
five knee bends with 225 lbs.
Hunt did situps with weights,
beginning with i21/2 lbs., mov-
ing up to 25 lbs. and 50 lbs.,
and back down to 25 lbs. and
12% lbs., five repititions
with each weight. Daniel strap-
ped 50 lbs. to his Waist and did
five dips.
B a 1 b o a's Dizzy Dozen, a
group of girls between the ages
of 51/2 and 12, presented a nine-
act tumbling show. The girls,
coached by Paula Leftridge,
did an excellent job and it was
quite evident that they had
been taught something.
The final exhibition of the
evening was a basketball med-
ley between Balboa and Diablo.
Diablo's "C" leaguers, in their.
'three minute stint, jumped out
to a 5-4 lead. However, Balboa's



Corbina Trip


Nets Dolphin,


Little Else


A 37-lb, dolphin caught by
William Wichmann of the Ad-
ministrative Branch is the
largest dolphin caught to date
in the 11th International Marlin
and Sailfish Tournament. Wich-
mann caught the fish on the
most recent trip of the launch
Corbina.
Also on the trip, a rather
unfruitful one, were Mel Bier-
man (E & C), Jerry Detamore
(Administrative), Andrew Ko-
zar (Civil Affairs), V e r n on
Seeley (T & T) and R. L. Bas-
ford (Health).'
The group met a heavy rain
storm at Cocas Point in ad-
dition to very poor fishing luck.
Mr. Bierman caught the only
sail out of the five that struck.
Mr. Basford had a marlin for
about 10 minutes but lost it. In
addition to the poor fishing, the
freezer on the Corbina broke-
down and ice had to be obtain-
ed from the Anayansi, out oi
its first trip 'for the women.


SPILLWAY
The PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY
is an official publication of the
Panama Canal. Balboa Heights,
C. Z. News articles contained in it
are made available to all interest-
ed news media for whatever uset
they m6 y wish to make of themr
and may be reprinted without of-
ficial clearance.
The PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY
is printed weekly at the Star and
Herald Publishing Co., Panama,
Republic of Panama.
GOVERNOR OF THE CANAL ZONE
Robert T. Fleming, Jr.
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
David S. Parker
INFORMATION OFFICER
Frank A. Baldwin
Material intended for publication
in the SPILLWAY should be. receiv-
ed. in the Panama Canal Preu Of-
lice no later than Tuesday after-
noon of the week of publication.
Urgent material can be received
and processed for use the same
week through Wednesday and up
to noon on Thursday. Mail material
16 PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY,
Box M. Balboa Heights., C. Z.


"B" league team picked up the
pace a bit in their three min-
utes, giving the girls team a
9-8 advantage. Balboa's girls
then rolled up eight more
points while Diablo was held
scoreless. Diablo's "A" league
team also got whitewashed as
Balboa shut them out 6-0. in
their three-minute exhibition to
give Balboa the overall victory
23-8.
Also part of the program -was


a Tiny Tot exhibition of Arts
and Crafts and the display of
newspaper stories depicting a
summer at the Balboa Gym.
Luther Q uin n was given an
award as the outstanding Bal-
boa basketball player.
Following the program a
dance was held in the upper
gymnasium, a finale to a well-
planned and well-presented pro-
gram bv the Balboa Staff. and
the participants.


Cultural Programs


At Teachers' Union,

Many cultural programs in Panama are held at the
Teachers'.Union Building on Avenida K in Panama City
and numerous inquiries have been received by the Spillway
about how to reach the building. The map below shows
how to do so. On the map it is shown as "Magisterio
Panamefio Unido," as it is called in Spanish.
The programs which are held there from iime to time
include showings of "film classics," art exhibits, lectures,
and similar activities. At present, 'a showing of work by
Alfredo Sinclair, widely acclaimed Panamanian artist, is
being held at the building.

EL LOCAL PARA LAS ACTIVIDADES DEL INSTITUTE
PANAMENO DE ARTE ES EL "MAGISTERIO PANAMENO
UNIDO"

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CAJA
DE
AHOqROS


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August 23, 1963


Pae TWO








Page THREE


Auust 23 1963


I CZ Swim Marks


S. FIFTEEN ANDSIXTEEN YEAR OLD BOYS
.- SHORT COURSE


.50 yd freestyle
,100 yd freestyle
200 yd freestyle
400 yd freestyle
100 yd backstroke
100 yd breaststroke
200 yd breaststroke
1:00 yd butterfly
200 yd indv./medley
200 yd medley relay

200 yd freestyle relay


EVENT
DATE
:24.0 3/10/39
:56.0 5/15/39
2:05.8 8/21/54
4:30.5 8/21/54
1:01.2 5/30/41
1:18.7 1/ 5/62
3:10.5 8/ 7/59
1:05.3 8/15/61
2:38.3 8/22/60
2:15.2 8/ 7/59

1:47.0 8/ 7/59


FIFTEEN AND SIXTEEN YEAR


JEFF RILEY, center, was in frown. ua y .." s.ru at .,e 36-hole mark in the Jay#.ee Gokf Tourna-
meht at Midland, Texis, with rounds of 67 and 75. His 142 total is one ahead of three other
players. Two strokes back at 144 is Panama s Ja yCee champ, Roberto Duran, who shot a 71 Wed-
nesday to go with his opening round 76. Yesterday the matches were played at the Ranchland
Hills 'Country Club and the final round today will be played at the Midland course. Shown above
in a picture taken at the conclusion of the local- JayCee tournament, which Duran won in a playoff
with Riley, are Tom Perantie, Craig Stoudnor, Riley, Roberto Duran, and Dick Dehlinger, Chairman
of the JayCee Tournament Committee.



Balboa, Ancon, Margarita




Share .Summer Play of Honors


Balboa won the "D" and the
"B" league games, Ancon won
the "C" and "A" league games,
and Margarita won the "E"
league game in the annual sum-
mer recreation championship
playoffs last Friday.
Margarita defeated Diablo 31
to 16 in the "E" league game,
after leading all the way 14
to 5 at the half and 18 to 14 at


the end of the third quarter.
For argarita, Joe dronan
scored 15 points, and for Dia-
blo. Dick Rathgeber scored 11
po nts.
Balboa defeated Coco Solo 28
to 17 in the "D" league game.
High scorers for Balboa were
Carl Thompson with 10 points
and Mike Rogers with nine. For
Coco Solo, George Husted


Cvrca Basketball League


Holds Post-Season Playofi


Gabriel Kourany's W h ite Horine, in one of his finest ef-
Horse five tangled with Bert forts of the season, had 15
Joyce's Seagram's V.O. team points.
last night in the third and final Tom Murphy, the league's
game of the postseason playoff leading s cor e r, and Charlie
to determine the 1963 Cyrca Newbury each had 23 points but
Basketball League Champion. their lack of rebounding hurt
Each team had won one game Seagram's,
in the playoff before last night's However, Tuesday Seagram's,
game. bounced back to take a 70-60
Monday night, Oscar Kourany overtime d e c i s i o n from the
led a charged up White Horse Horsemen.
contingent to an 81-67 win. Os- The lead changed hands sev-
car stole the show from all the eral times during the game.
tall players as he grabbed nine Bob Bowman h.t two foul shots
rebounds and hit for 23 points. with 2:31 remaining to put Sea-
Al 0Qborne had 18 rebounds and gram's ahead 59-56. With 0r59
18 points for the winners. Larry (Continued on page 4)


scored seven points and Fran-
klin scored six. -
In a low scoring game, the
Ancon "C" league defeated
Margarita 25 to 14. For Ancon,
Charles Gallardo scored nine
points and J; Rodriguez scored
seven. Tom McLean- had 10
points for Margarita.
In the "B" league game,
Balboa defeated Margarita 38
, to 29. Robin Lane made a jump
shot with three s e c o n d s re-
maining to play in the first half
to tie the score at 18-up. Balboa
outscored Margarita in the se-
cond half 20-9, making the final
score 38 to 29. High scorers
for Balboa were Ron Harned
with 13, Phil Rogers with 11
and Robin Lane with 10. For
Margarita, Eric Erniest scored
14 points.
I'n the "A" league game, An-
con defeated Coco Solo 49 to 42.
Ancon led at the end of the
first half 20 to 19, and at the
end of the third quarter the
* score was tied at 32 to 32. An-
con outscored Coco Solo in the
final quarter 17 to 10, to make
the final score of the game 49
to 42. High scorers for Ancon
were Carlos Brandenburg and
Bob Burgener with 11 points
each and Doug Aseron with 10
points. For Coco Solo, Alex Ra-
mirez scored 22 points.


50 yd freestyle
100- yd freestyle
200 yd freestyle,
400 yd freestyle
100 yd backstroke
100 yd breaststroke
200 yd breaststroke
100 yd butterfly
200-yd indv. medley
400 yd indv. medley
200 yd medley relay

200 yd freestyle relay


/ OPEN
EVENT

50 yd freestyle
'00 yd freestyle
-0 yd freestyle
220 yd freestyle"
440 yd freestyle
880 yd freestyle
One mile freestyle
100 yd backstroke
150 yd backstroke
100 yd breaststroke
200 yd breaststroke
100 yd butterfly
200 3,d butterfly
400 yd indv. medley
200 yd freestyle relay


200 yd medley relay

OPEN
50 yd freestyle

100 yd freestyle
200 yd freestyle
220 yd 'freestyle
400 yd freestyle
440 yd freestyle
880 yd freestyle
One mile freestyle
100 yd backstroke
150 yd backstroke
200 yd backstroke
100 yd breaststroke
200 yd breaststroke
100 yd butterfly
200 yd butterfly

200 yd freestyle relay

200 yd medley relay


:27.8
1:05.5
2:33.4
5:37.7
1:24.8
1:25.6

3:30.5
1:23.5
2:58.4
6:29.3
2:39.1

2:05.3


8/18/33
2/ 8/63
8/15/52
8/22/60
9/ 6/55
1/ 5/62

8/ 7/59
8/22/60
8/15/61
1/ 5/62

8/ 7/59
1957


WO
TIME DATE


:27.8
1:04.0
2:21.9
,2:41.9
6:12.0
13:16.3
27:23.0
1:13.8
2:30.0
1:25.6
3:16.1
1:17.2
3:16.7
6:29.3
2:00.0


SHORT
4/18/34
2/21/58
5/31/52
5/30/52
8/ 5/36
3/20/53
12/ 5/55
12/ 7/62
8/ 1/58
1/ 5/62
1/ 5/62
12/ 7/62
5/ 2/57
1/ 5/62
2/21/63


2:26.2 1959


TIME
NAME
Alan Ford
Alan Ford
Bob Connor
Bob Connor
Alan Ford
David Zemer
Tom Dugan
Marty Holmes
H. Van Loon
Manning Dugan,
Slaughter,
Michael
Rudge, Ebdon.
Manning.
Van Loon
OLD GIRLS
Marny Dryden
Linda Benton
Ida Straus
Kathy Jenkins
Grace Argo
Margaret
-Mahoney
Joyce Herring
Grace Figueroa
Christine Vogt
Margaret
Mahoney
Chadwick, Dunn,
Herring. Hearne
Herring. Howe,
Halvosa.
Figueroa


)MEN
NAME
CORSE 25' Yds,
Marny Dryden
Charlene /Graves
A. Schmidt
Arlene Schmidt
B: Haldman.
Ida Straus
M. Tucker
Judy Redmond,
Judy Engelke
M. Mahoney
Judy Redmond .
Linda Benton
M. Eberenz-
M. Mahoney
Judy Redmond.
Linda Benton.
Marilyn Roth,
Nancy Hopkins
Holmes, Howe,
Halvosa. Herring
MEN


:22.4 7/13/38 Eddie Wood
.22.4 7/ 4/60 Harry Van Loon
:52.0 9/30/39 Eddie Wood
2:00.4 7/ 4/53 Richard Mallet.
2:16.5 7/ 4/52 Richard Mallet
4:30.5 8/15/53 Bob Connor
5:05.3 2/21/55 Bob Connor
10:18.5 5/10/56 Bob Connor
21:0.9 4/23/58 Joe Blackburn
1:01.1 8/15/41 Alan Ford
1:37.0 4/ 6/38 T. Drysdale
3:05.4 12/21/55 Liesy
1:13.9 5/ 2/57 Nils Lindfors
2:31.5 9/ 5/38 Eddie Wood
1:02.0 12/21/62 Martin Holmes.
2:58.6 1/ 5/62 Harry Van Loon
12/21/62 R. Summerford
1/ 5/62 HarryVan Loon
1:39.6 5/ 5/57 Blackburn,!
Siegel, Ryter.'
Lindfors
1:56.0 2/21/63 James Manning,
Joe Suarez.
Don Meli,
Gordon Boswell


"Wonderful People And Fine Time,' Team Reports


By DAVE COHEN-

The. Canal Zone's American
Legion Baseball representatives
returned home last Sunday fol-
lowing their defeat in the
Memphis regional tournament.
The bo y s and their two
coaches left the Isthmus Aug.
7, arriving at Memphis late
that night. By bus they traveled
to Clarksville, Ark., where they
stayed at the College of the
Ozarks dormitory.
In Clarksville, the t e a m
played Clarksville three times
and Russellville once. The Zone
squad won three of the four
games. The first contest went
to Clarksville 3-1. The Canal
Zone bounced back against the
same team 15-3. Russellville
then fell victim to the Zone
boys 17-2. And the Zonians


downed Clarksville 4-0 to con-
clude the series.,
The b.g names in the Clarks-
ville stay were Tim Corrigan
(7-12 at bat), Bob Boatwright
(8 hits) and Dave Cohen (7 runs
batted in). Doug Priester,
Warren Ashton, Gene Frauen-
heim, Jim Riley, and Tim Cor-
rigan were standouts on -the
mound for the Canal Zone.
Several parties and banquets
were held for, the Zone team in
Clarksville. Following the final
game there Tuesday night, the
two teams managed only a
small dent in a mound of 50
huge watermelons. 0 nly an
hour before the game the Zone
team had attended a banquet
held in its honor.
As a note of interest, one of
Clarksville's pitchers is Sandy
Dean, nephew of the famous St.
Louis Cardinal hurler Dizzy


Dean, and son of Di z z y's
brother r, Paul, also a well-
known former Cardinal. Sandy
threw two innings against the
Canal Zone and 'gave up five
runs. He was rocked for a
triple by Tim Corrigan and
doubles by Doug Priester and
Dave Cohen.
In the final game of the
Clarksville tour, Billy Coy came
off the bench to drive in two
runs with a sacrifice bunt and
a single to right field.
The team .arrived in Memphis
on Wednesday, August 14, and
opened the regional tournament
in Memphis the following day
against the team from Missis-
sippi. The game was scoreless
for the first three innings, with
Jim Riley on the mound for the
Zonians. Up until the fourth, he
had struck out six batters.
However, in the fourth with


the bases loaded, two outs, and
a two strike-one ball count on
the Mississippi left fielder, Jim
threw a pitch that was belted
into deep center field for a
triple. From that point on the
Canal Zone defense clacked,
giving up four more runs.
The only Zone run was scored
by Dave Cohen in the eighth
inning. Cohen led off with a
single to left, went to second
on a single to right by George
Hovan and took third on a
passed ball. He scored on a
ground out to second base.
The following day the Zonians
met the Louisiana team in a
game that decided which team
was eliminated from the tourna-
ment. The opposition jumped
off to five quick runs in the
first five innings on errors. In
the Canal Zone eighth, five runs
were pushed across, highlight-


ed by Warren Ashton's bases-
loaded triple. However, in the
bottom of the eighth an error
and a single produced what
proved be the winning run foC
Louisiana.
Jim Riley and Gene Frauen-
heim pitched in the first game
and Tim Corrigan, Warren
Ashton, and Jim Riley- hurled
the second game.
The team left Memphis
Saturday afternoon and arrived;
on the Isthmus early Sunday
,morning. Despite the losses, in
Memphis, the team members
met many wonderful people
and had a fine time. They are
deeply indebted to those' indi-
viduals and organizations which
contributed to the fund to send
the team. The opportunity and
experience gained will never be
forgotten.


SP IL LW A Y


ns







Pa&g FOUR


S P ILL WA Y


August 23, 1963


PEOPLE IN THE SPOTLIGHT


STANLEY GUEST, lead foreman at Mindi
Farm, is a man with a green thumb and at one
time was an active member of the famed Gold
Coast Orchid Society.
He came to the Canal Zone while in U.S.
Army service and from 1946 to 1949 was station-
ed at Fort DeLesseps. He was Major Guest
when he retired from the U.S. Army Reserve
last October.
In 1949 he joined the Panama Canal Police
Division, and then went back to work as a theater
projectionist. He later went back to the Police
Division, then transferred to the position of lead
foreman at Mindi Farm in 1951.
In the United States he had resided in Okla-
homa and Texas, and he attended Cameron State
Agricultural College at Lawton, Oklahoma, for
two years.
Where do he and his wife plan to reside
after retirement? New Zealand. Major Guest
was there during the war and he liked the coun-
try and its "friendly people."
Right now they reside at Coco Solo, where
he raises orchids and roses as a hobby.


V -'


THOMAS G. TODA, Panama Canal Structural
Engineer, is one of the few Panama Canal em-
ployees who travel half-way round the world to
reach home on home leave. His home is in the
newest State of the United States-Hawaii. Mrs.
Beverly Williams of the Canal Zone Library also
travels to Hawaii when she goes on home leave
- and, in fact, is there right now.
Mr. ahd Mrs. Toda and daughter, Olga, have
just returned from a visit in Honolulu and while
there attended the 50th wedding anniversary
observance of his parents.
On their way to Hawaii they travelled to
New Orleans on board the SS Cristobal and took
a train to California, from where they travelled
by plane to Honolulu. On their return trip they
sailed from Hawaii to California, then took a
plane to Mexico before coming back to the Canal
Zone. -


'JOE' PAUL HONORED AT PARTY


Joseph J. Paul, long-time lead
foreman on Cristobal piers, who
retired July 31 after 46 years
service, was honored at a retire.
ment party held at Cristobal Ter-
minals Division Training Center
attended by, several supervisors
and co-workers. (Picture in Spa-
nish Section.)
Mr. Paul's outstanding service


SHOWS.
Pollyanna: Jane Wyman-Ri-
chard Egan: You'll be glad to
share their love, laughter and
dreams in this unforgettable
motion picture. In color. 130
mins.
'X-15: David McLean-Charles
Bronson: The authentic, fan-
tastic s t o r y of the world's
fastest rocket ship... actually
filmed in space. In Scope and
color. 113 mins.
Westbound: Randolph Scott-
Virginia Mayo: Shooting, fist-
cuffs and villainy in this tale of
the old West. In color. 105 mins.
Toby Tyler: W a It Disney's
bright, -fresh new laugh cham-
pions are under the "Big Top"
... and you'll meet an imp of
a' chimp .. Mister Stubbs. In
color, .105 mins.
The Lion and the Horse:
Steve Cochran-Ray Teal: Story
concerns the efforts of a rodeo
rider to tame a fierce black
stallion. In color, 90 mins.
Lad, A Dog: Peter Breck-
_ Peggy McCay: A famous litera-


record was lauded by Assistant
Superintendent R. M. Wikingstad,
Stevedore Roreman J. A. Corri-
gan, Jr., and Personnel Clerk Ce-
dric Gittens. Chief Stevedore L.
I. MacPherson presented a purse
donated by Mr. Paul's co-work-
ers.
"Joe" Paul, was born at Folk's
River, Colon, May 9, 1901, of Mar-




^1 atinmee, '



ry classic brought to the screen
in glorious color.., a great
picture and' fine adventure. 105
mins. Also 3 reel "Road-Run-
ner" Cartoon.

PROGRAMS
BALBOA: August 27, "Polly-
anna;" August 28, "X-15;"
A u g u s t 29, "Westbound;"
September 3, "Toby Tyler;"
September 4, "The Lion and
the Horse;" September 5,
"Lad, A Dog."
COCO SOLO: August 27, "Toby
Tyler;" August 28, "The Lion
and the Horse;" August 29,
"Lad, A Dog;" September 3,
"X-15"; Sep' mber 4, "West-
bound;" September 5, "Polly-
anna."
MARGARITA: Aug. 2-, "Lad,
A Dog;" August 28, "Toby
Tyler;" August 29, "The Lion
and the Horse;" September
3, "Pollyanna;" September 4,
"X-15;" September 5, "West-
bound."
GAMBOA: August 26, "X-15;"
September 2, "The Lion and
the Horse."


tiniquian parents. He was em-
ployed' by the Receiving and
Forwarding Agency (now Ter-
minals Division) as a fork-lift ope.
rator in 1917. He became, a lead
foreman in 1932 and served un-
der eight superintendents until
his retirement.
One of his sharpest memories of
his work experience is of the
storm of August 12, 1943, in which
several one-ton pier doors were
blown down exposing over 20,000
sacks of coffee and other cargo
to damage. Because the storm had
started after "checkout" time,
Joe, on his own initiative, organiz-
ed an emergency crew that made
barricades for open doors and
moved cargo that was in danger
of saturation. He was officially
commended by the division for
the quick-thinking that prevent-
ed substantial loss.
Included in his immediate plans
is Mr. Paul's intention to join his
wife in the U. S. A.


Year Ago


This Week

Canal Zone Police Lodge No.
1798, American Federation of
Government Employees, was
the first employee organization
to be granted formal recogni-
tion by the Panama Canal under
the new Employee-Management
cooperation program.
Canal Zone Governor Robert
J. Fleming, Jr., unveiled the
Jamaica Street sign in a street-
naming ceremony at Pedro Mi-
guel. Three streets were inau-
gurated in honor of the inde-
pendence of Jamaica and Tri-
nidad Tobago.


CYRCA..
left to play Oscar Kourany
grabbed a rebound and hit the
shot to put White Horse ahead
60-59. T w e n t y seconds later
Tom Murphy was fouled and
hit one of the two shots to tie
the game.
In the overtime period the
VO'ers ran all over White
Horse, outscoring them 10-0.
Newbury, Willie Engelke and
Murphy had 23, 16, and 15,
respectively. Osborne had 24
and Horine 14 for White Horse.


Charity Games

Next Week

Be sure .to get your tickets
now for the Cyrca Basketball
Charity Classic next week, to
be held in the Balboa Gym-
nasium for the benefit, of the
Matias Hernandez Psychiatric
_Ward. In a best two-out-of-three
series, scheduled for Monday,
Wednesday, and F r i d a y (if
needed), the "Veterans" of the
Cyrca League (25 years of age
and over) will play the
"Younigsters" (under 25) of the
league. Game time is 7 p.m.
for each game.
.The "Youngster" team 'will
be made up of John Cronan,
Dale Stevens, Tom Murphy,
Willie Engelke, Mike LeBrun,
Al Osborne,. Ken Anderson,
Mike Petrowsky, Roy Culbreth
and Dan Winkloski. The squad
will; be managed by Burt Mead
and Gary Dunsmoor.
Flashy Cyrca veterans Ar-
nold Manning and Wally Trout
will direct the "Veterans" from
the bench. The team will
consist of Wally Trout, Edgar
Kourany, Oscar Kourany, Herb
Raybourn, Ramon Quesada,
Dick Gayer, Larry Horine, Bill
Young, Jack Corrigan and
Charlie Newbury.
Referees Charles McArthur,
Bremer Jorstad, George Mc-
Arthur, Ramon Reyes, Edgar
McArthur and- Jack Van Hoose
have donated their time to the
tournament, as has Lloyd B.
Joseph, league scorekeeper and
a local sportswriter.
The tournament sponsor, Cyr-
ca, S. A., will donate $50 to
whatever is raised at the tour-
-nament, announced Bob "Sho-
oky" Rowley, Cyrca represent-
ative. Admission p r i c e s for
-each game for adults will be
500 and for children, 250.
The first ticket was sold to F.
G. Dunsmoor, Deputy Execu-
tive Secretary, who will toss up
the first ball at the first game
August 26.
A Cyrca League stag party
will wind up the Classic. The
get-together will be held at the
Pacific -Softball .League Park
August 30 at 9 p.m. Tickets for
$1.50 each .may be purchased
from Charles McArthur, Clas-
sic chairman Burt Mead, or
Gary Dunsmoor.


Coming


Events


August 25-Anniversary of Inde-
pendence of Uruguay (1825).
August 26-27-Sixth Internatio-
nal Jazz Festival to be held
at the Fort Clayton Service
Club, starting at 8 p.m. Com-
bos of Walter Wood. Al Mar-
tin and Dave; Bennett from
Panama will participate. The
public is invited.
August 30-Celebration in honor
of the Capira Patron Saint.
Bullfights will be the main
attraction of the program.
September 1-Fair at Albrook
Air Force Base, Hangar No.
2 and at Howard Air Force
Base, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Free band concert, air show,
static displays.
September 2-Labor Day.
September 6-8-A g r i c u Itural
and Industrial Fair in Bocas
del Toro.
September 7-Anniversary of
Independence of Brazil (1822).
September 13-16-Second Rice
September 22-29-Book Week in
Panama.
September 23-27-Folklore Fes-
tival of the Mejorana at Gua-
rare (Los Santos).


SCN- TV

SCHEDULE

SUNDAY
1:00-Parade of Sports
3:30 Chapel Of The Air
4:00 Mr. Adams and
Eve
4:30 Paragon Playhouse
5:00 Christophers
5:30-Championship Bridge
6:00-SCN News
6:15-Sacred Heart
6:30 Communism-Myth
versus Reality
7:00 Ted Mack
7:30-Danny Thomas
8:00-Ed Sullivan
8:50-Weekend News
Review
9:00 What's My Line
9:30 Steve Allen
10:45 Air Power
11:00 Final Edition
11:05 Enc: Circle Theater

MONDAY
4:50-Billboard
5:00-First Edition
5:05 Magic. Land of
Alakazamn
5:30 Tenn. Ernie Ford
6:00-4 Star Edition
6:35---Global Zobel
7:00 I've Got A Secret
7:15-Air Force Story
7:30-Dick Van Dyk*
8:00-Zane Grey Theater
8:30-Password
8:55-SCN News
9:00 Movietime -
"Silver Oueen"
10:15 Air Force News
Review
10:30 Stump The Stars
11:00-Final Edition
11:15-Enc: Ed Sullivan

TUESDAY
4:50-Billboard
5:00-First Edition
5:05-Kids Klub
5:30 Accent
6:00 4 Star Edition
6:35 True Adventure
7:00 Services In Action
7:30-Andy Griffith
8:00-Garry Moore qhow
S8:55-SCN News
9:00 Armchair Theater *
"Yankee Fakir
10:00 Jack Paar
11:00-Final Edition
11:15-Enc: Dick Van Dyke
and Danny Thomas.

WEDNESDAY k
4:50-Billboard
5:00-First Edition
5:05-Shari Lewis
5:30 American Musical
Theater
6:00-4 Star Edition
6:35-Report
7:00-Around and About
7:15-Newsreel
7:30 Flight
8:00-Perry Como
8:55-SCN News
9:00-Wire Service
10:00 Tonight
11:00-Final Edition
11:15-Enc; Garry Moore

THURSDAY
4:50--BilUboard
5:00-First Edition
5:05-Kids Klub
5:30 Planet Earth :
6:00-4 Star Edition
6:35--Report
7:00-Showcase
8:00 Wonderful World of
CGoll
P:55-CHM News
j:00 Sing Along With
Mitch
10:00 Willy
10:30 Hootennany
11:00-Final Edition
11:15 Enc:, Perry Como

FRIDAY
4:50-Billboard
5:00-First Edition
5:05 Buccaneers
5:30 Harvest
6:00-4 Star Edition
6:35-Report
7:00 Bob Newhart
7:30-I'm Dickens--He's
Fenster
8:00 Theater of .
Tomorrow
8:30 As Ceaser Sees It
8:55-SCN News
9:0o-Price Is Right.
9:30 Candid Camera
10:00 SCN Bowling Tourn.
11:00-Final Edition
11:15 Tonight

SATURDAY
1:00-Cartoon Carnival
2:00-Capt. Kangaroo
2:30 Saturday Matinee -
"Yankee Fakir"
3:45 Look To The Land
4:00 Glenn Miller Time
4:30 Enc: Wonderful
World of Golf
5:30 Sports Time
6:00-SCN News
6:20-Billboard
6:30-Big Picture
7:00 Joey Bishop
7:30-To Tell The Truth
8:00-Lawrence Welk
8:55-SCN News
9:00 U.S. Steel Hour
10:00 Fight of the Week
11:00-Final Edition
11:15 Steve Allen


0.










DESDE SEPTIEMBRE DESCONTARAN EL



*IMPUESTO SOBRE LA RENTA DE PANAMA


Se estAn ultimando los arreglos necesarios para que se empiece a
retener -en la fuente- el impuesto sobre la renta la Repdblica de Pa-
nama, deduci6ndolo de los cheques de aquellas personas a quienes les
cumpla cubrirlo; a los empleados de la organizaci6n del Canal de Pana-
mA-sujetos a esos impuestos, se les tmpezarA a descontar despues del
primero de septiembre entrante.
P Aun cuando en circulos oficiales a cargo del program prevalece el
criterio de que es minisculo el grupo de funcionarios del Canal que no
'esten sujetos al pago del impuesto sobre la renta, ora de los Estados
triidos, ora de PanamA, se ofrecera la ocasi6n -hoy y mafiana- para
4ue sometan pruebas de que no lo esan.
: Incumbe a la persona ejercer sus derechos, presentando pruebas
fehacientes de no estar sujeto a impuestos; de no lograr comprobarlo,
'se empezar a descontar el impuesto panamefo sobre la renta a todo
empleado que no sea ciudadano norte-americano..
; Entre las pruebas que podrian aducirse hoy y mafiana sibado por
parte de empleados que residan en la Zona del Canal de noestar suje-
to al impuesto sobre la renta de PanamA esta un huevo tipo de c6dula
de extranjero u otra documentaci6n tal como un pasaporte valido o cer-
tificado de nacimiento. Unicamente personas que rio fueren de nacio-
nalidad panamefia y residan en la Zona del Canal pueden alegar exenci6n.
Las reclamaciones de exenci6n se recibiran hoy de 5 de la tarde a 9
de la noche y mariana sAbado entire 8 de la mafiana y mediodia en el sal6n
#ie actos de la Escuela Primaria de Paraiso, el gimnasio de la Escuela de
Santa .Cruz y el sal6n de studios de la Escuela Secundaria de Rain-
En vias de informaci6n se ofrece enseguida una tabla de las
retenciones que teridran que hacerse para cubrir el Impuesto so-
, bre la Rerita de la Rep6blica de Panama, a aquellas personas
que deban pagarlo. A base de la remuneraci6n annual (pagos
quincenales) se retendrAn de cada cheque las cantidades que se
sefialan abajo:


Por Quincena
$ 30.00
40.00
50.00
60.00
70.00
80.00
90.00
100.00
150.00
200.00
300.00
400.00
500.00
600.00


Retenido Por Quincena -


$ 0.60
0.80
1.00
1.20
1.54
1.76
1.98
2.23
3.66
5.64
11.90
19.33
27.88
37.78


$ 35.00
45.00
55.00
65.00
75.00
85.00
95,00
125.00
175.00
250.00
350.00
450.00
550 00
650.00


Retenido
$ 0.70
0.90
1.10
1.30
1.65
1.87
2.09
2.91
4.48
8.60
15.48
23.18
32.83
42.73


bow City.
Los funcionarios del Canal encargado de efectuar los arreglos con-
ducentes al establecimiento del program de deducciones revelaron esta
semana que la cuantia que se debe retener para cubrir el impuesto sobre
la renta de la Repifblica de Panama no esta afectada por el nfimero de
personas bajo la patria potetsad. dependantss) Las reclamaciones que de
esa circunstancia emanen conforme a la ley deben de ser presentadase
cuando se haga la Declaraci6n de Renta en Panama.
Con relaci6n a la obtenci6n de certificados de Paz y Salvo la Di-
recei6n del Impuesto sobre la Retna de Panama inform lo siguiente:
1. Las solicitudes para dicho Certificados deben hacerse en el des-
pacho correspondiente en el Ministerio de Hacienda y Tesoro;
2. Recibida la solicitud se examinarA para aclarar si el solicitante
esta en efecto a paz y salvo con el Tesoro Nacional o si tiene pendiente
algfin pago;
3. Una vez este detalle est6 aclarado se procederA en conformidad.
Quienes tuvieren pagos pendientes deben proceder a hacer arreglos
para su cancelaci6n antes de poder obtener Certificado de Paz y Salvo
en Panama. Muchas personas que empezaran a'pagar mediante el sis-
tema de deducciones que estA al implantarse, tienen pendientes pagos
anteriores que no estAn cubiertos y deben serlo. No se'trata, para usar
un t&rmino populachero, de "chico muerto y empezando" sino que las au-
toridades fiscales panamefias exigirin los impuestos anteriores.
Segfn informaci6ni recibida, muchos empleados'del Chnal de Panama
estAn atendiendo a'este asunto durante los iltimos dias.
- --- -------.


VOL. II No. 10


VIERNES, Agosto 23, 1963


COMPARE AGUINALDOS


AHORITA
Aquellos que se inclinen por
el viejo dicho de que "hombre
prevenido vale por dos", bien
podrian beneficiarse exploran-
do la posibilidad de realizar al-
gunas compras tempraneras
para sus aguinaldos. Esta opor-
Stunidad se las ofrece la Sec-
ci6n de Almacenaje del Canal
de Panama, donde se reciben
propuestas para la compra de
algunos articulos entregados
por la Policia de su dep6sito
de articulos perdidos y halla-
dos, no reclamados despues del
plazo legal.-
Entre esos articulos se en-
cuentran algunas bicicletas y
hastc, una con dos ruedas para
aprendiz de ciclista. AdemAs
hay una variedad de brazaletes


MISMITO
chapeados en oro, vajilla cha-
peada en plata, candeleros, sor-
tijas y un reloj-pulsera de mu-
jer y otro de hombre; sweaters
de casimir, anteojos ahumados,
planchas electrical, un radio
de mesa y.cafias de pescar.
Las. propuestas selladas de-
ben ser entregadas en el des-
pacho del Superintendente de
la Secci6n de Almacenaje has-
ta el 6 de septiembre a las 9:30
a.m., cuando se abriran las pro-
puestas piblicamente. Un de-
"6sito de 25% debe acompafiar
cada propuesta.
Los articulos en remate pue-
den verse en el Dep6sito de
Excedentes,- inmuieble 42. Dia-
blo Road, durante las horas hi-
biles.


Despedida Dieron al Sr. Pa1ul

Sus Compafieros de Trabajo
Joseph J. Paul, quien .por lar-. cia de Recibos y Despachos
go tiempo fuera primer capa- (ahora Divisi6n de Terminales)
taz de los muelles de Crist6bal, en 1917 y en 1932 fue" ascendido
y quien se jubil6 el 31 de julio, a p r i m e r capataz, sirviendo
idtimo, despu6s de 46 afios de desde entonces bajo ocho su-'
servicio, fue objeto de homena, perintendentes distintos.
je en una fiesta de despedida Vivida en su memorial esta la
que se verific6 en el Centro de tormenta de agosto 12 de 1943
Adiestramiento de la Divisi6n que arranc6 de cuajo varias de
de Terminales en Crist6bal con las pesadas puertas de una to-
la asistencia de various superin- nelada de peso de los muelles
tendentes y de sus compafieros d e j a n d o expuestos mAs de
de trabajo. 20.000 sacos de cafe y otra car-
El ayudante superintendent ga. Obrando bajo propia inicia-
, R. M. Wikinstad, asi como el tiva ya que la torment se pro-
caalitaz de estibadores, J. A. dujo despues de sus horas de
Corrigan, Jr., y el official de trabajo- Joe organize cuadri-
personal, Cedrio Gittens, enco- Hlas de emergencia que levan-
miaron los destacados servicios taron barricades en las puer-
prestados por el senior Paul, y tas abiertas y movieron la car-
el Jefe de Estibadores, L. I. ga hasta colocarla a buen re-
MacPherson, le hizo entrega de caudo, fuera de peligro. Por
una carter, obsequio de sus esa iniciativa recibi6 voices de
compafieros de labores. aplauso ya que evit6 series p6r-
'Joe" Paul naci6 en Folk's didas.
River, Col6n, el 9 de mayo de El senior Paul se propone di-
1901, de padres martiniquefios; rigirse a los Estados Unidos
entr6 a trabajar para la Agen- para reunirse con su esposa.


I V






EL INVITADO DE HONOR JOSEPH J..PAUL (al frente, en el centro) aparece con various supervi-
sores y companieros de trabajo en la fiesta de despedida que le ofreci6 la Divisi6n de Termina'es
de Crist6bal con motive de su jubilaci6n. De izquierda a derecha: C. Du'ton, P. Abrahams, C.
Stewart, C. Bryce, F.-Lee, A. Herdman, Joseph Paul, .Robert Bird, el oficinista, asuntos de perso-
nal Cedrid GittenS, el Ayudante al *Superintendente R, M. Wikingstad, el Capataz Estibador J. A.
Corrigan Jr., el Jefe de Estibadores L. I. Mac Pherson, J. Brooks y G. Fruth.


CASTRO VIETO Arsenia, Gdlvez, Reina

HABLARA EL 29 de la Banda de Rainbow

A AUDITORES


El ex-Subcontralor General
de Panama, don Manuel Cas-
tro Vieto dictarA una charla el
jueves 29 de los corrientes en
el Club de Oficiales de Albrook,
durante la sesi6n del Capitulo
de Panama y Zona del Canal '
del Instituto de Auditores In-
ternos. El tema versara sobre
la "Organizaci6n y Operaci6n
de una Compafiia Financiera".
Castro Vieto es en la actualidad
gerente y propietario de una
empresa financier de Pana-
ma.
La reunion empezarA a me-
diodia y se serviri un almuer-
zo. Los interesados en este ac-
to quedan invitados a asistir at
mismo; deben comunicarse al
tel6fono Balboa 21-73 y hablar
con Mrs. W. H. Munyon.


impuso en un final especta.cu-
lar ya que en los' escrutinios
anteriores no figuraba entire las
tres primeras clasificadas. La
estrategia empleada por sus
simpatizadores le di6 el triun-
fo sobre otras populares con-
tendoras, ano'andose al final el
s'guiente resultado:
VOTOS


Arsenia Gilvez result electa
Reina de la Banda de la Es-
cuela Secundaria de Rainbow
City al depositar sus simpati-
zantes el mayor n6mero de vo-
tos en las urnas durante el ter-
cer y l1timo escrutinio para la
corona, celebrado el din 15 en
el gimnaslo de Rainbow City.
La encantadora Majestad se


Arsenia Galvez
Andrea Cox
Cheryl E!lis
Clementina Troya
Lydia Thornm
Elsa Howell
Judith Andri6n
Celia Davis


El c"mI rniiq1& Pibdamme-ai'


ARY

*u


PILL


13.032
12.495
9.913
8.199
7.001
7.06
6.352
6.346







~PAgins DOS SPILLWAY Aaosto 23 de 1963


PERIODISTAS DEL ISTMO


OBJETO DE


DISTINCTION


Los retraos de dos conocidos en "The Star & Herald", antes
periodistas de la localidad, Al- de -pasar a la corresponsalia
berto V. McGeachy, director latinoamericana del Chicago
emeritus -el Star & Herald y Tribune,.que ahora sirve.
Crede Calhoun, antiguo coires- Los premios Maria Moors Ca-
ponsal del New York Times "en bot se otorgan anualmente en
P a n a m a, ,apareceran en las la Universidad de Columbia, en
celebraciones del v i g 6 s i m o- Nueva York, donde se realiza-
quinto aniversario de los Pre- rran los actos citados arriba e.
mios Maria Moors Cabot, du- dia 6 de noviembre.
rante el curso de las cuales se Las medallas de oro lievan
expondrin retratos de los ga- una inscripci6n que dice en in-
nadores recientes de dichas me- gl6s:_ "Medalla de la amistad
dallas, entire ellos los dos men- international por distinguidos
cionados arriba y Jules Dubois, servicios como periodista": y,
ampliamente conocido en el Ist- al anverso, "Premio _M a r i a
mo donde trabaj6 tanto en Moors Cabot dado por la Uni-
"The Panama-America" como versidad de Columbia".
INMEDIATAMIENTE!
Reporter el equipo defectuoso es sumamente important, pe-
,ro. . hay dos factors que en realidad cuentan:
1-Que el informed, la. comunicaci6n o report, verbal, escrita o
como sea, debe darse de inmediato, a quien corresponda en la
forma establecida previamente par el Supervisor, la Geren-
cia o el personal 'de Seguridad de la Companita, o a quienes
vayan a hacer uso inmediato del. equipo, en ese preciso mo-
mento.
2-Si bien en algunos casos especificos este report debe Ilenar
ciertas formali'iades, nunca espere por detalles o cuestiones
de forma que puedan demorar el report. La forma mas prac-
tica es la verbal y espontanea; luego vendran las formalida-
des.
El hecho de saber que todos los trabajadores tienOn concien-
cia de la importancia de este principio crea una situaci6n general
de confianza que contribute notablemente a realizar las tareas
con un margen mayor de seguridad.
Ademos, si no comunicamos en seguida la existencia de un
equipo defectuoso, podemos olvidarnos, y quizas el pr6ximo que
Io use puede ser uno mismo... No seria la primera vez que 6sto.
ocurre!
Por eso, cuando Vea algo defectuoso en una instalaci6n el6c-
trica, en una escalera, en una herramienta, en todo aquello que
puede dar lugar a una situaci6n insegura, no vacile:
REPORTELO, pero. .. INMEDIATAMENTE!!I


VAPOR MORTIFERO!

Esto es MONOXIDO DE CARBONO, un gas que Ud. no pue-
de ver, que no tiene gusto ni olor. Lo puede envenenar a Ud. y
a todos los que estin con Ud. mediante el process de elimina-
ci6n de la provision de oxigen.. de los tejidos del cuerpo human.
;SE PUEDE EVITAR? POR SYJPUESTO QUE SI! ; -
1-Mahtenga su autom6vil o cami6n bien ventilado; deje siem-
pre una ventana parcialmente abierta, aun en 'pleno-invierno.
2-Mantenga el sistema de escape de su vehiculo en 6ptimas
condiciones. d .
3-No mantenga encendido el motor de un vehiculo en un ga-
raie cerrado. ".
4-No encienda carbon en ambientes cerrados.
No. olvide que el monoxido de carbon puede producirle la
puerte en forma gradual e insensiblemente.


EL PROFESOR MASAO ISHINOE, Octavo Dan del Kodokan Japon6s, al fondo a la dereche, dic-
t6 una clinica sobre judo a los alumnos y profesores. de educaci6n fisica de la Universidad de
Panama recientemente en el Gimnasio del Liceo de Sefioritas. A su lado. esta AqrelO h6, Rqi-
mer Dan, cintur6n negro, de Panama, actuando de int6rprete. Los judokas quo se:p
son miembrosder Club de Judo de Panama. '
SPrimeroi .-Los Dientes No Serahn

PmerosAux Problema En Et Futto
Conforme al profesor- Iein-
N (A E Drich Thiele dentro de pronto no
habri tal cosa como dentadura
1. Haga qe la victim se acueste y cese toda actividad defectuosa o deteriorada. Se-
muscular inmediatamente. guin experiments poor,61 leva-
dos a cab& se ha lograde-repro-
2. Aplique un torniqUete MAS ARRIBA del lugar de la mar- ducir sintaticamepte la estruc-
dida. No la, amarre muy fuerte y recuerde soltarlo por tura quimica y biol6gica de la
dos rminutos cada 15 minutes. material dental que produce la
3. No carte el drea de la mordida. dentad-ra.
4. Chupe la herida. Use la boca a una copa de succi6n. *Si Presuntiblemente ello permi-
ha chupado con la boca enjudguela frecuentepinente con tirn que las' parties diterioradas
agua, pero no se preocupe si no puede hacerlo. El veneno de los, dientes puedan hacerse
de culebra no causa daio si es tragado. "crecer" de nuevo normalmen-
5. Lleve a. la victim en. una camilla o silla de manos si es te en cualquier tiempo.
necesario al transport mids cercano y p6ngala al cuidado Mantiene el Dr. Thiele que
de. un mddico lo mds pronto possible. una vez se conozca el secret
6. Capture- la culebra vivao a muerta para identificaci6n po. meuiante el cual la Naturaleza
sitiva. Estate informaci6n ayadard al nddico a tratar al regulacualquier desarrolo bio.
paciente rdpida y eficientemente. 16gico, se podrin remediar de-
fectos del mismo a voluntad.


Lleg6 El Dia TURISMO SUBMARINE


De "El Dia" INVENTA DR. PICCARD
INVENT I DR. ICR


PRIMEROS AUXILIOS

Puntos de presion para detener

las hemorragias

itEn el y la part
superior tie .
la c.abeza '-, '


Todo el personal de la re-
'dacci6n del diario matutino
"El Dia" hard un paseo por
el Canal de Panama maia-
na por la noche, a bordo
de la lancha turistica "Las
Cruces".
El nuevo director del ta-
bloide matutino, Guillermo
Rodolfo Vald6s, quien fuera
director de Publicaciones
en Espafiol del Canal de
,Panama, es el organizador
de este paseo, al cual con-
curriran tambi&n las espo.
sas de los periodistas de
"El Dia".
El *paseo fue organizadw.
por Vald6s para que todos
sus compahieros de trabajo
conozcan bien Ia gran via .
canalera.



4 ARTISTS



EXPONEN H(

S Esta noche alas ocho s
del Instituto Panameio de A
%


Una singular atracci6n de la nebra, viendo la vida submawi-
Exposici6n de Lausanne, Suiza, na -tanto vegetal cuanto ant-
fijada para el afio entrante con- mal- desde sus c6modas pal-
sistiri en viajes abordo de on tronas". .A
prototipo de submarine turisti- Para el viaje de 35 minu.tW
co inventado pot el professor -que cuesta 20 marces-, ya
Dr. Jacques Piccard, hijo del se han hecho 1.200 reservacio-
famoso Augusto Piccard que nes. Se realizaran 14 travesias
ascendi6 a la estratosfera y diarias durante los 6 meses que
descendi6 a las abismales pro- durari la exposicion.-
fundidades maritimas. La cabina tiene asientos con
Jacques, en asocia con un in- cinturones de seguridad sinmila-
geniero naval de la Armada res a los de los aviones; en una
norteamericana, logr6 alcanzar pantalla de television los. 40 pa-
,el fondo del oc6aho en su ba- sajeros pueden seguir las ma-
thyscopo cerca de las. Maria- niobras del despegue y la su-
nas, en el Pacifico, alcanzando mersi6n de la nave; y ver lue-
los 11.000 pies de profundidad. go cuanto la rodea. Cada pasa-
"Los suefios de los entusias- jero tiene una ventana para si
tas del cine se realizarin al solo y nadie sabe qu6 cosas po-
viajar en un sumergible por las dri descubrir en el fondo Heg-i
profundidades del lago de Gi- plorado del lago Ginebra. .
NO TENIA PACIENCIA-
El tipo habia estado parade
PS junto a dos campeones de a-
jedrez durante cinco horas sin
PANAM ENO pestafiear o pronunciar una pa-
labra. Al fin uno de los jugado-
res se sinti6 molesto.
"Mire senior," le dijo. "Us-
V l" ted nos ha estado observando
)Y EN COLON ":: hi a asgsna
durante cin5co horas. Por quo
no se vi a alguna part y jue-
ga un partido?"
e inaugurara, bajo los auspicios I "No puedo," murmur6 el mi-
Arte, Capitulo de Col6n, la exhi- r6n, "yo no tengo esa pacien-
. cia."


bici6n de cuatro renombrados artists nacionales. Ei acto
sero prestigiado por la presencia de los propios artists uno
de los cuales, Mario Calvit, es r.esidente de Col6n; los otros,
Antonio Alvarado, Beatrix Bricefio 6 Ivan Zachrisson se
trasladaran a la ciudad.atlantica donde serin huispedes del
President del IPA de Col6n, Dr. Harry Castro.

La exposici6n colectiva se inaugura esta noche a las 8_
en el Hotel Washington con la asistencia de lo mas granea-
do de la sociedad colonense, intelectuales y amantes de la
wcltura.


VISITANTES DE LA
SEMANA
Esclusas de o
Miraflores .......... 1.60
Esclusas de Gatun ... 234
Las Cruces
(12 viajes) ......... .808
Reina Manuelita
(4 viales) ........... 66
3 barcos de
pasaieros ........... 722
GRAN TOTAL ........ 4.431


Agosto 23 de 1963


P59ina DOS


S P I L L W A Y







ARPlina W


Agesto 23 d& T963 S P11 LW A'Y

U~ice Un Adni~rador


"A PUNO LIMPIO SE ABRIRA PASO



HACIA EL TRONO ISMAEL LAGUNA"


Los entendidos no han logrado ponerse de acuerdo en cuanto
.. sus vaticinios sobre 1 resultado del encuen ro, conlundidos,
quizas, per el hecho de que ambos contrincantes tienen victor as
mobre Don Johnson; a quien Guerrero venci6 per puntos y Lagu-
qa per nocaut tecnico en reciente pelea celebrada en Panama.
!En Io que si e9tAn acordes todos es en que la pelea sera muy re-
Kida y emocionanlte.


;EL fQOiPO D E VOLI-iOL -dei Segundo Cicto nte ia Escuela Se-
cundaria de Rainbpw City se encuentra- a in paso de conquistar
4l canipeonato intercotegitl -en forma invicta, ya -que !ha conquis-
tado..tres yictorias consecuivas y esta tarde a las 5 jugarin en
Iainbow City. con el equipo de 'la Escuela Secundaria de Paraiso.
Aunque Rainbow City pierda esta tarde,-ganara el campeonato,
A la izquierda estil 1 profesbr de educaci6n fisica Allan Forte y
a la derecha el professor Clinton Parrir..


En el dia de hoy debe-
rAn arribar al Istmo dos
representa-stes :del Club
Colts de G'iiitbn, de la
Liga Nacional de beisbol
de les Estados Unidos,
para arreglar con los di-
rectores de a Liga- Pro-
fesional de Beisbol de Pa-
namA, la inclusion de un
equipo de esa organiza-
ci6n en ia pr6xima tem-
porada .peletera paname-
fia.


Eddy Robinson, j e f e
del sistemna .de .suctisales
y Antonio Pacheco, di-
rector de scouts en la

Novena de H- ston
En Liga ,Pafnaneha

America Latina para el
Houston, son los dos fun-
cionarios que deberAn lie-
gar hoy.
El equipo ,del Houstpn


Denro .de un clima de la ma-
yor espectativa se ceiebr.ari el
domingo 25 de los corrientes -en
el Estadio Nacional Olimpico
de 'Panem, ael encuenro en;re
el primer" retador a la corona
de los pesos plumas, el pana-
mefo Ismael Laguna, y el no-
veno en el escalafon interna-
cional, el mexicano Lalo Gue-,
rrero; ambos pugilistas aspi-
ran al cetro del cubanc Ultimi-
nio "Sugar" Ramos, Fampem6n
mundial de la' c'ategoria.
La- petea del domingo esti
pacta4a para I0 asaitos y los
beletos -se erneerntran 4a la ven-
ta desde .hace varies dias, tan-
to en la botereria del propio
Estadio Qtimpice cuanto en el
E stadic lMuticipal de Col6n.
El sensacionel, pugilista pa-
nameno solo registra en su re-
cord una d.edosa derrota a ma-
nos del cotombiano MochilH He-
rrera, sin embargo dos campeo-
nes mundialds evaden enc'on-.
trerse con 41: el ,brasilefio Eder
Jofre y el titular de los plumas
"Sugar" Ramos.
Seg6h comentaries que-eirou-
lan en sectors pugilisticos, si
Laguna logra.triunfar'en forma
decisive -come -acostUmbra-
Ult;minio Ramos no podri eva-
dir enfrenrtarsele ya que hasta
orpanismos boxeriles infernacio-
na'es podrian intervenor para
e-igir el 'encuen'r-.
\


estaria integrado por pro-
meted6res peloteros de
los equipos de liga me-
nor de esa organizaci6n.
Robinson y Pacheco se
entrevistarn ,t a m b i 6n
con funcionarios del Ca-
nal de PanamA para ver
si es factible que se ce-
lebren varies partidos del
campeonato p a nameiio
en la Zona del Canal, tal
como se ha hecho en
otras temporadas.


El cortsertso do opinion entire allegades a Laguna es que si
se le ofrece la oportunidad de pelear por la corona "habra etra
colonense campe6n minudial, adlefls del inmortal AlI Browri.
(El sensacional Brown ostent6 por muchos anos la corona de los
pesos gallo, defendi6ndola contra todo aspirante en todos los rin-
cones del mundo).
-"Laguna se abrira paso hacia el trono pluma a puino limpic',"
dkie un colonense fastidiado con Ias formas como Jofre- y 'Ramos
evitan encontrarse con el p6gil panamefio.


EL EQUIPO DE VOLIBOL del Segundo Ci-co de la Escuee4 Se-
cundaria'de Paraiso, es uno de los participants del torneo inter-
cotegial de las Escuetas La'tinoamericanas de la Zona del Canal.
Paraiso sufri6 una derrota el dia de inauguraci6n el 2 de agasto
ultimo frente al equipo de la Escuela Secundaria de Rainbow
City. El senior Ellis Fawcett, extremeo derecho), Superintenden-
te de Instrucci6n de, las Escuelas Latinoa'mericaias, hizo el sa-
que de honor. A su lado esta la profesora del plantel, seiorite
Thelma Osorio.


EN BROMA GANO EN


SERIO SUS JUEGOS


Los Sanasteros norteamerica-
nos deq as Estrellas de Harlem,
jugando -en serio y en broma,
ganaron los dos partidos de ba-
loncesto que celebraron el lu-
nes y el martes'en el- Gimna-
sio Nacional de loanama. "
El lunes derrotarotaron al Car:-
veza Atlas, puntero del cam-


que el martes se impusieren a
la Selecci6te de'Pana nm por '06
a 51.
Los canasteros visitantes han'
realizado una jira por Mexico,
Guatemala, El Salvador, Hon-
dur-as, Nicaragua y Costa Ri-
ca, antes 'de llegar al Istmo.
Ellorq esthn viaiando or tierra


peonato mayor masculino de "s e-n vij. sip tr
&BIERTA LA LIGA INTER ESCOLAR DE TPanamA, por 74-a 70, mientras en six propia'camioneta.

TELEVISION POR LA



BALONCESTO EN EL GYM DE PARAISO LINEA TELEFONICA
U N IUna emrpresa industrial ale- Un amplificador aue supreme


mana ha anunciado un nuevo
procedimiento que permitirA la
transmisi6n absolutamente ni-
tida de programs de televi-
si6n a trav6s de cables o "li-
neas de las usadas para tel6-
fonos o sistemas de comunica-
ci6n internal. Hasta hace poco
se necesitaban cables espec:a-'
les costosisimos para este pro-
p6sito.


ruidos y son!dos entorpecedores,
hace possible tambi6n la trans-
misi6n de imigenes clarisimas.
Mediante el novisimo proce-
dimiento s e r i a possible, per
ejemplo. utilizar las lines te-
lef6nicas para transmitir per
television la imagen de che-
ques entire diversas oficinas
bancarias y la oficina central.


LIGA MENOR DE SANTA CRUZ


JUGADORES DE LOS CORSARIOS Y LOS CELTAS fueron los que inauguraron la Liga Interna
de Baloncesto del Primer Cicio Secundario de Sa nta Cruz el lones 19 de agosto en et Gimnasio de
Santa Cruz, triunfando los Celtas per 29 a 12. Al extreme derecho estf el profeser de educaci6n
fisica del plantel Alberto Abrego, quien organi-z6 VI campeonato.


Calendario de Juegos
(Agosto y Septiembre)
Viernes 23-
Los Piratas vs. Corsarios.
Lunes 26
Celtics vs. Invencibles.
Martes 27 -
Fte. Santa Cruz vs. Piratas.
Mi6rcoles 28-
Invencibles vs. Celtics.
Jueves 29- ,-
Fte. Santa Cruz vs. Corsarios.
Viernes 30-
Piratas vs. Invencibles.
-Septiembre-
Lunes 2-.
Fte. Santa Cruz vs. Celtics.
Martes 3-
Corsarios vs. Piratas.
Miercoles 4--
Fte. Santa Cruz vs. Invencibles.
Jueves 5-
Celtics vs. Corsarios.
Viernes 6-
Invencibles vs. Piratas.
Lunes 9-
Celtics vs. Fuete Santa Crun.


Martes 10-
Invencibles vs. Corsarios
Mi6rcoles 11-
Piratas vs. Celtics.
Jueves 12-
Corsarios vs. Fte. Santa Cruz.
Terminada la Liga sacare-
mos al equipo campe6n. una
selecci6n de los cuatro equipos
y dos equipos de la comunidad
con alumnos de 14 y 15 afis
para hacer una vuelta relIm-
pago con cuatro equipos. Lue-
go sacar6 asi la selecci6n del
plantel.
Todos estos juegos serAn a
]as 7 p.m. (Los juegos que por
alguna r a z 6 n imprevista ro
puedan hacerse se dejarin pa-
ra el sAbado.
Todo alumno indisciplinado
sera eliminado inmediatamente
de los equipos. Tienen deredro
a suspensiones de estos tam-
biWn, los profesores de mato-
rias acaddmicas.
Abrego, Prof. de R, '.









f agina UATRO


Agosto 23 de 1963 SPILL WA N


CANAL 2

DOMINGO
Documental
Show del Mediodia
Cine en su Casa
Teleteairo
Carnaval do
Cartoneo
La Nueva
Generdci6n
Jitazo Royal
El Buen Pastor
Ciudad Des nuda
Un Paso al Mas
Alia
Rodeo
Teleteatro

LUNES
Carnzval do
Cartones
Noticias
Cine Seria Semanal
Papa lo Sabe Todo
Avances
Reportdjes Mundiales
Teleteatro
Carnaval de Cartones
Mundo de la Mujer
Fiesta de Estrellitas
Dick Tracy
Noticias
-Superman
Supers6nicos
AJedrez Fatal
Foro de Opini6n
Noticias
Teleteatro

MARTES
Carnaval do
Cartones
Noticias
Cine Serie Semanal
Papa lo Sabe Todo
Avances
Reportajes Mundiales
Teleteatro
Carnaval de Cartones
Mundo de la Mujer
Fiesta de Estrollitas
Popeye
Noticias
Roy Rodgers
- Biografia
Fred Astaire
Present
Imperio del Oeste
Noticias
Teleteatro


MIERCOLES
12:00 Carnaval de o
Cartones
12:30 Noticlas
12:45 Cine Seore Semanal
1:30 PapI lo Sabe Todo
2:00 Avances
2:15 Reportajes Mundiales
3:00 Teloteatro
4:30 Carnaval de
Cartones
5:00 Mundo de la Mujer
5:45 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00 Dibujos Animados
6:30 Noticias
7:00 Buggs Bunny
7:30 Blanqulta Amaro
8:00 Surf Side 6
8:00 Robert Taylor
9:30 Nick Charles
10:00 Noticla,
10:15 Teleteatro

JUEVES
12:00 Carnaval de
Cartones
12:30 Noticlas
12:45 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 Papa In Sabe Todo
2:00 Avances
2:15 Reportajes Mundiales
30:0 Teleteatro
4:30 Carnaval do
Cartones
5:00 Mundo de la Mujoer
5:45 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00 Popeye -
6:30 Noticias
7:00 Extrafio Mundo del
Pantano
7:30 Show Internacional
8:30 La. Hora Once
S:0 Pet Gunn:
1000Ft tNodictias
10:15. Teleteatro

VIERNES
12:00 Carnavatl de
Cartones
12:30 Noticias
12:45 Cine Serie Semanal
1:30 PapT lo Sabe Todo
2:00 Avances
2:15 Reportales Mundiales
3:00 Teleteatro
4:30 Carnaval de
Cartones
5:00 Mundo do la Mueor
5:45 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00- E Ceqato Magoo
6X30 Noticias
710:0 Hombre, dl Rifle
7;30 Picapiedra "
8.00 Boris Kaorlofl
9 :00. El: Fabrican, deo No-
ticias
9r.30: Mantovanx
10:00 Notcias
10:15 Sala deo' Proyecci6n
10:45 Teletoatro

SABAOO
12:00 Carnaval de-
Cartones
12:30 Noticlas
12:45 Cine. Series Semanal
1:30 Teleteatra
3:00 Avances
3:15 Reportajes Mundiales
4:00 Sarao de Teved6s
5:00 Mundo de Ila Muler
5:45 Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00 Popeye
6:30 Noticias
7:00 Combate
8:00 Ben Casey
9:00 Sam Benedict
10:00 oticias
10:15 Teleteatro


I


CANAL 4
DOMINGO


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12:15
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12:15
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12:15
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5:00
5:30
6:00
6:30
7:00
7:30
8:00
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12:15
12:45
1:00
1:10
1:45
4:00
4:30
5:00
5:30
6:00
6:30
7:00
7:30
8:00
8:30
9:00
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11:30
12:15
12:45
1:00
1:10
1:30
2:00
4:00
4:30
5:00
5:30
6:00
6:30
7:00
7:30
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10:00
10:15


Todo po x l Patria
Inspector Leclerc
Salvese Quien Pueda
Hazailas del Espa.
cio.
La Comedia Silente
Cita Informal'
Novel Semanal
Pelicula
Alegrias Inlantiles
Furia
Cero Uno
Bonanza
Solo los Valientes
Encrucijada
Pelicula

LUNES
Alegrkaz tnintUes
Los Bucaneros
Nonucas
Carrousel Hipica
Novela Semanal
Buenas rardes
Documental
La Cocmna en T.V.
Tres Caras de Mujer
riteres i Comicas
El Hombre en el
Espacio
Ley del Rev6lver.
Noticlas
Rin fin Tin
Kraft Musical
La Actriz
El Caminante
Ruta. 66
Noticias

MART ES
Alegq, as Lnlaatiles
Randall El
Justiciero
"ot~cas
Carrousel Hipico
Novel Semanal
Buenas Tardes
Documental
Cocina on T.V.
Tres Caraso de Mujre
literes y Comicas
El Hombre en el
Espacio
I og Bear
Noticlas "
Studio Pepsi
La Hora Continental
La Actriz
El Caminante
Los Defensores
Program Especial
Ndticias
MIERCOLES
Alegrias Inlantiles
Diarno de a Boxdo
Noticias
Carrousel Hipico
Novela Semanal
Buenas Tardes
Documental
Cocina en T.V.
Tres Caras de Mujex
Titeres y Comicas
El Hombre en el
Espacio
Ivanhoe
Noticias
Sir Francis Drake
C6micos y Canclo-
nes.
La Actriz ,
El Caminante
Dr. Kildare
Noucias

JUEVES
Alegrias infantilee
Rev6lver a la
Orden
Noncias
Carrousel Hipico
Novel Semanal
Buena s Tardes
Documental
Cocina en T.V.
Tres Caras de Mules
Titeres y ComIca*
El Hombre en el
Espacio.
Lassie
Noticlas
El Hombre Invisible
La Hora Orange
Crush
La Actriz
El Caminante
Dick Powell Show
Noticias
VIERNES
Alegria. Infanutles
La Legi6n
Extranlera
Noticias
Carrousel Hipico,
Novelato Semanal
Buen'as Tardes
Documental
Cocina en T.V.
Tres Caras de Mujer
Tileret y C6micas
El Hombre en el
Espacio
Annie Oakley
Noticias
Bat Masterson
Las Estrellas y Ud.
La Actriz
El Caminante
La Era Siniestra
Boxeo
Noticias
SABADO
Alegrlas rnfantiles
Llanero Solitarlo
Noticias
Carrousel Hipico
Mi Carretilla y Yo
Yo Quiero a Lucy
Tres Caras de Mujer
Documental
Cocina en T.V.
Club Infantil Telovlto
Titeres y C6micas
El Hombre en el
Espacio
investigador Sub-
marine
Noticias
Laramie
Perry Mason
Suspense
Noticias
Pelicula


- GENTE EN LA NOTICIA


CLAUDIUS D. CUMBERBATCH, apuntador de tiempo en la Ha-
cienda Mindi, esta muy active en trabajo de la comunidad en
Rainbow City, donde reside y preside la Tropa 3 de nitios explo-
radores en ese lugar. Tiene alrededor de 21 afias de servicio con
el Canal de Panama y ha estado con la Hacienda Mindi desde
1947. Comenz6 su trabajo en el Canal como un empleado del Dis-
pensario de Gat6n. Durante la segunda guerra mundial trabaji6
en el SIP-5, un project especial de mejoras en las esclusas. Fue
cadenero con los ingenieros y guardalmac6n con el U.S. Army
Quartermaster Corps, antes de regresar al Canal de- Panama co-
mo ayudantp o fc;nista y apuntador de tiempo. Es casado y tiene
seis hijos ,todos en la escuela.


UCASTON A. BARCLAY, quien entrena boxea-
dores en Col6n durante sus ratos libres, es du-
rante las horas de trabajo primer capataz ayu-
dante general en la Hacienda Mindi. Naci6 en
Jamaica y vino al Istmo cuando tenia 9 meses
de edad; su padre era empleado del Canal de
Panama. Ucaston, que pertenece a una segun-
da generacion de empleados del Canal de Pa-
nama, Jha trabajado con la organizaci6n del Ca-
nal durante 29 afios. Cuando era joven actu6 co-
mo boxeador substitute en varias ocasiones. Aho-
ra es entrenador y ostante con orgullo en su ca-
miseta la palabra "Entrenador".


*: W ~ M -xNeMn-.'.


Al


MIGUEL T. DIAZ es un ma-
chetero de mantenimiento de,
predios de ia Diyisi6n de Ser-
viicos Comunales en A n c 6 n,
que lieva 21 anios al servicio
del Canal de Panama con la
misma division. Diaz naci6 en
Mandinga, San Bias y vino a
la ciudad de Panama cuando
tenia 12 arios de edad. No ha
regresado jams a San Bias.
Antes de trabajar con la orga-
nizaci6n del Canal fue emplea-
do en un almac6n de un chino
en Salsipuedes, la famosa calle
de buhoneros cerca del Merca-
do P6blico en la ciudad de Pa-
nam6. Diaz es soltero y reside
en el Parque Lefevre en Pana-
ma.


EXPOSITION CALENIHARIO IlE EVENTS


REMBRANDT
El Institute Panamenio de Ar-
te en asociacitn con la Lega-
ci6n Real de los Paises, Ba-
jos, presentard- una exposici6n
en reproducciones finisimas de
la obra del gran pintor REM-
BRANDT enviada especialmen-
te por et Gobierno Holandds,
del 20 al 29 de Septiembre.
La inauguracidn, que tendrd
lugar el jueves 19, serd exclu-
sivamente para los socios del
Institute.
Despuds de esa fecha estard
abiera al priblico en general.


AGOSTO


23 Apertura de la exhibici6n colectiva de los pintores An-
tonio Alvarado, Beatrix Bricefio, Mario Calvit 6 Ivan
Zachrisson. Capitulo de Col6n del Instituto Panamenio
de Arte. 8 de la noche. Hotel Washington.

15 al 30-Instituto Panamefio de Arte ofrece una exposici6n de
cuadros de ALFREDO SINCLAIR B. en la Galeria del
Magisterio Panamefio Unido en Urbanizaci6n Obarrio,
Panami.

25 -Aniversario de la independencia del Uruguay (1825).
25 Fiesta de San Luis en Ponuga.

26 27 VII Festival Internacional del Jazz en el Club de Ser-
vicios Comunales de Fuerte Clayton con la presentaci6n
de los Combos de Walter Wood, Al Martin y Dave
Bennett, de Panama. Hora: 8 p.m.

30 Fiesta de Santa Rosa de Lima en Ocd, San Carlos y
~-P Capira.

SEPTIEMBRE


1 -



2 -


Feria en las bases areas de Albrook y de Howard. Con-
ciertos, espectAculo adreo, etc. De 11 de la mailana a
6 de la tarde.

Dia del Trabajo (Feriado en la Zona- del Canal).


6 al 8 Feria Agricola e Industrial de Bocas del Toro.

7 -Aniversario de la independencia del Brasil-(1822).

13 al 16 Segundo Festival del Arroz en ArraijAn.

15 -Aniversario de la independencia de Costa Rica, El Sal-
vador, Guatemala, Honduras y Nicaragua (1821).

16 -Aniversario de la independence de Mexico.

18 Aniversario de la Independencia de Chile (1810).

22 al 29 Semana Cultural y del Libro en Panama.

23 al 27 Festival de la Mejorana en Guarard.


SPILLWAY



Pubicaci6n official del Canal de
Panama, impresa semanalmente en
ios talleres de "La Estrella de Pa-
namd' en la ciudad do Panama.
Republican de Panama. So autori-
za la reproducci6n ya tuere verbal
o escrita. de cualguier cr6nica o
noticia aqui aparecida, sin necesi-
dad de solicitud expresa.
GOBERNADOR DE LA
ZONA DEL CANAL
Robert 1. Fleming, Jr.
Vicegcbernudor
David S. Parker
Jefe de la Oficina de Informaci6n
Frank A. Baldwin
La informaci6n que so deseare
publicar en el SPILLWAY debe ser
recibida en la oficina del ofee de
Prensa a mas tardar el martes en
la tarde para a a proximn o edicion.
Informaci6n de character urgente vo-
dria ser enlregada el mi6rcoles y
hasta el iueves antes del mediodia.
Diriqir la correspondence a PA-
NAMA CANAL SPILLWAY, Box M,
Balboa Heights, Zona del Canal.




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