Group Title: Panama Canal spillway : el Canal de Panamá spillway
Title: The Panama Canal spillway =
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 Material Information
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: September 20, 1963
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
biweekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Periodicals -- Canal Zone   ( lcsh )
Periodicals -- Panama Canal (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: federal government publication   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )
 Notes
Language: Text in English and Spanish; Spanish text inverted.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 33 (Feb. 1, 1963)-Vol. 37, no. 26 (Dec. 30, 1999).
Issuing Body: Issued by: Government of the Canal Zone <June 24, 1966-June 13 1969>; by the Panama Canal Company, <Aug. 13, 1976>-Sept. 14, 1979; by the Panama Canal Commission, Sept. 20, 1979-Dec. 1999.
General Note: "Official Panama Canal publication."
General Note: Imprint varies: Balboa Hights, <1966-1978>; Miami, Fla., <1979-1982>; Balboa Heights, Pan. <1983>-1999.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 1 (June 24, 1966); title from caption.
General Note: Vols. for 1994-1995 distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.
General Note: Special "80th anniversary supplement" issue published on Aug. 12, 1994.
General Note: Special ed. for 65th anniversary of the Panama Canal issued at end of Oct. 1979, is also a joint issue with: The News: authorized unofficial publication of the U.S. Armed Forces, Quarry Heights, Panama, and includes the text of the Panama Canal Act.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00094771
Volume ID: VID00425
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02582102
lccn - 83642750
issn - 0364-8044
 Related Items
Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

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AGENCY
Agencies which will share in
the $140,000 tobe raised in this
year's Canal Zone United Fund
campaign and the amount each is
to receive are as follows:
* American Red Cross, $22,800.
American Social Health .Asso-
ciation, $180.
Atlantic Religious Workers As-
sociation, $2,500.
Boy Scouts. Canal Zone Council,
$21,000.
Canal Zone Cancer Committee,
$12,000.
Girl Scouts, Canal Zone Coun-
cil, $13,535.
Handicapped Persons Commit-
tee, $5,000.


GOALS
International Boy Scouts, $5,200.
International Girl Scouts, $4,000.
International Social Service, $85.
JWB Armed Forces Service
Center, $5,600.
National Recreation Association,
$a3.
Salvation Army, $14,140.
Summer Recreation Board (La-
tin American Communities), $1,.
750.
Tuberculosis Association, $8,200.
United Seaman's Service, $58.
United Service Organizations,
Inc. (USO), $1,530.
Balboa YMCA, $9,000.
Cristobal YMCA, $9,000.


VOL. II No. 14


FRIDAY, September 20, 1963


IT'S DONE WITH MIRRORS-Artist Jack Simon does a self-
portarit of Artist Jack Simon doing a portrait.


Muledriver' Artist;


Jack Simon's Both

What does a Panama Canal towing locomotive operator do
when he's not working with a towing locomotive putting ships
through the Canal? Well, Jack Simon, for one, paints. Land-
scapes, seascapes,, portraits, and nary a towing locomotive
among them.
His interest in art is nothing new. He's been drawing and
painting ,for a good many years and an interesting cross-sec-
tion of his work is on display currently in the Art Gallery at
the Balboa Jewish Welfare Board Armed Service Center.
A native of Utah, Simon studied at Los Angeles City
College and Foster Williams Commercial Art Studies in Los
Angeles. He was working for a Los Angeles automobile firm
when he took a two weeks' vacation to Mexico City, fell in love
with Mexico, and stayed 9 months. After Mexico, Central Amer.
ica beckoned and in Costa Rica*he met a Panama Canal Marine
Bureau employee who helped him get a position as a Locks
signalman. He later transferred to the Police Division and was
with the U. S. Navy in the Canal Zone before transferring back
to the Panama Canal organization, with which he has worked
since 1955.
Many of his portraits show the influence of Mexico and
Latin America. His workshop is in the garage at his home in
Balboa, where the walls are hung with completed paintings.
He works from memory, with photographs, and sometimes has
a member of the family as a sitter.
He is married, to a girl from Penonome, and they have
two sons, Jack, Jr., and Michael J.
LANDSCAPES, SEASCAPES AND PORTRAITS, are included in
the exhibit of paintings by Jack Simon, Panama Canal towing
locomotive operator.- The one-man show .may be seen in the
Art Gallery of the Balboa Jewish Welfare Board Armed Service
Center. f


,,. .


UF AGENCY HELPS INJURED BOY-Alvin Rennijifo, a Choco Indian boy who lives along the upper
reaches of the Chagres River, lost part of his right leg about four months ago after being bitten by a
fer.de-lance near his jungle home. Alvin now is being fitted for an artificial limb by Gorgas Hospital
with the Canal Zone Handicapped Persons Committee,.a United Fund agency, paying for the limb. The
young boy was released from the hospital last week. He is living at the Balboa home of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Robinson and their three children, who, with the consent -of Alvin's father, have "adopted" him
during his convalescence.. He is seen above with Dr. C. A. Luekens, Jr., a member of the orthopedics
staff at Gorgas, and Mrs. Robinson during a visit to the hospital.


RENTALS


GO UP

OCT. 27
Proposed rental increases for
U.S. quarters are scheduled to
become effective with the pay
period beginning October 27,
officers of the U.S. Civic Coun-
cils were informed during an
executive session with Gover-
nor Fleming this week.
. All the councils were repre-
sented at the meeting in the
Administration building board
room on Tuesday, in a ses-
sion lasting slightly over two
hours.
Lieutenant Governor Parker
announced the effective date.
In the meantime the officers
were asked to submit any re-
commended r e n t a 1 changes
within the next week.
A number of other items of
general community interest
were discussed. As a followup
to previous discussions,-it was
announced ,that local ,awards
are being issued to a contractor
to resurface the Margarita
bowling alleys and extensive
remodeling is planned for the
Balboa Post Office.


PRESIDENT MEETS SECRETARY Panama President Rober-
to F. Chiari took a few moments out during the dedication of the
new Bridge Park along the east approach to Thatcher Ferry
Bridge to meet Miss Marsha Prevost, Balboa High School student
and secretary in the school's music department. Miss Prevost
accompanied Victor Herr, music director, and the Balboa High
Band to the dedication ceremony, which also was attended by
Governor Fleming and other high officials of the Canal Zone and
Panama. From left to right are: Miss Prevost, Mr. Herr, Pan-
ama Protocol Chief Levy Salcedo, and President Chiari.


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UF Drive Starts Monday
The Canal Zone United Fund Cam-
paign for 1964 funds will be launched of-
ficially on Monday, September 23, with a
goal of $140,000 for the 19 participating
Agencies and there are predictions that
P at least six different units will have 100
per cent of their goal by noon on opening
day.
SKeyman Coordinator Edward A. Doo-
lan gave his aides last minute instructions
on distribution of campaign materials and
pledge cards this week, then handed the
ball to Campaign Chairman John D. Hol-
len for the Monday "kickoff."








SPILLWAY


September 20. 1963


"Realistic paintings with hu-
man interest," says a Richmond,
Va., art critic of 32 pictures by
Al Sprague, formerly of the Can-
al Zone. The pictures are on
display at the Eric Schindler Gal-
lery, Richmond, throughout this
month.
Young Sprague, who was born
in Colon, is a son of Mr. and Mrs.
Howard H. Sprague of La Boca.
His father is supervisory auditor
in the Panama Canal Internal
Audit Branch. Al was graduated
from Balboa High School and at-
tended Canal Zone College and
Mississippi Southern College. He
was graduated from American
University, -Washington, D. C.
Now in his mid-20's, he teaches
art in Williamsburg Junior High
School, Arlington, Va.
A column by Jon D. Long-
aker in the Richmond Times-
Dispatch, under the headline
"Young Pair ter Shows Work,"
covers the current showing by
Al Sprague. "Sprague," says the
critic, "has a wonderful eye for
the character of objects. Not de-
tails like facial expressions or
description of costumes, but in
- essentials like figures bending
over their fishing poles, light
sparkling on rippling water, the-
twisted shapes of old roots and
tree trunks... Unlike much con-
temporary work, too, these paint-


Mechanical


Phonograph


Being Sought

The Muchachbs Guias (Girl
Scouts) of Nata have appealed
to the Panama 'Canal Women's
Welfare Group for help in find-
ing for them a hand-operated
phonograph. Or even a battery-
run record player.
The Nata Muchachas Guias do
not have electricity available
for use of a more modern re-
cord player. -The phonograph is
for use during the girls' folk
dance classes and would solve
a unique problem of records
and nothing on which to play
them.
Anyone having a hand-
operated phonograph, or bat-
tery-run record player, to give
the Nata Muchachas Guias for
use in the classes may tel-
ephone Mrs. E. G. Abbott, Pre-
sident of the Panama Canal
Women's Welfare Group, at/
Balboa-1585.


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AL SPRAGUE

ings are tonal, with subtle grada-
tions of colors as in nature or in
photographs."
"To judge from these paintings
and the four very fine pieces of
carved wood sculpture, this young
artist bears watching," the art
critic comments.


Zone Youth's Paintings



Draw Critic's Praise


Going To Summit?



You Can Take Train


Summit Garden is not listed as
a stop on the public timetable
of the Panama Railroad but
the train will stop there to let
passengers off or let them board,
if the Railroad Division office is
advised in advance. -
Individuals or groups who wish
to travel to and from Summit by
train need only call the dispatch-
er and tell him what train they
intend to use in each direction.
Panama Railroad officials- say
the one-way first-class fare be-
tween Summit and Colon is 90
cents and the second class fare
is 55 cents. The one-way first-
class fare between Panama and
Summit is 35 cents, while the se.-
cond-class fare in 20 cents.
For groups of 20 or more per-
sons there is a special roundtrip
rate between Colon and Summit
of $1 for first class and 75 cents
for second class. Arrangements


for roundtrips should be made in
advance by calling the Railroad
Division office at Cristobal 1511.

Credit Unions'

Plans Advanced
Plans rapidly are shaping
up for the observance of
Credit Union Week in the
Canal Zone, October 13-19,
it was reported this week,
as tentative schedules of
events for the week were
prepared. -
So far, the program calls
for golf competition, tennis
tournaments, volleyball and
basketball games, an exhibi-
tion socuce rgame, swim-
ming matches, track events
and the constant and less
strenuous favorites of bridge
and dominos.
Under present plans, the
weeklong observance will be
capped by a dance on the
final day, Saturday, October
19.


Have Doctor


Examine Child


Before Adoption
Persons adopting children born
outside the Canal Zone are ad-
vised by the Canal Zone Health
Bureau to have the children exa-
mined by a reputable physician
before the adoption papers are
completed.
Dr. D. H. Robinson, Acting
Chief of the Canal Zone Division
of Preventive Medicine and Quar-
antine, stated that this is a major
recommendation since several in-
stances of severe disease have
been discovered in adopted chil-
dren who come from countries
outsitle- the Canal Zone, for no
medical clearance is required
prior to entry.
After adoption of children born
outside the Canal Zone, the pa-
rents are requested to make an
appointment with the Pediatric
Clinic at Gorgas or Coco Solo Hos-
pitals, immediately upon arrival
in the Zone, for a thorough exa-
mination of the children, The ap-
- pointments at the Pediatric Cli-
nics may be made be telephoning
Gorgas Hospital at Balboa-6375
or Coco Solo Hospital at 34-83.


Questions And


Answers


Oin Panama Income Tax


Guild


Readies



New Play

The Theater Guild will pre-
sent its second play of the
current season in the early
part of October.
The production, Roar Like
A Dove. by Lesley Storm, is a
charming and witty English
play in the best tradition of
English light comedy.
A topflight cast has been se.
elected, including Isthmian fa-
vorites Gene Simpson and John
Mayles, while the directorial
baton rests in the capable
hands of Vera Bomford, who
did the outstanding choreo-
graphy for South Pacific.
Details concerning reserva-
tions for Roar Like A Dove
will be announced soon.


OUR WEEK'S VISITORS
SEPT. 9-15, 1963 -
- Miraflores Locks 1,507
Gatun Locks 222
Las Cruces, 10 trips 746
Reina Manuelita, 1 trip 20
Passenger ships, 4 ships 2,193
GRAND TOTAL 4,688


By MRS. ELEANOR BURNHAM
Canal Zone Library
Fear is the Key by Alistair Mac-
Lean is a novel of intrigue and
adventure which combines fast
action, mayhem and suspense.
This is Mr. MacLean's first novel
with an American setting.
Dear Papa by Ferr6 Bjorn con-
tinues the chronicle of the de-
lightful Swedish family described
earlier in Papa's Wife and in two
other books. In Dear Papa the
children of the earlier stories
have grown up and Mama now is
a widow. She decides to write
a better describing all that has
befallen the family since Papa-s
death. This is a charming book
about warmly human people of
charm and wit as well as strength
and integrity.
Dust by Yael Dayan tells the
story of the building of a city in
the desert as seen through- the
eyes of a young pioneering Is-
raeli girl. The author is the
daughter of Israel's Minister of
Agriculture and was born in Is.
rael in 1939. This is her third
novel.
The Exiles by Albert J. Guerard
is a tragicomic novel of politics
and revolution on an island in
the Caribbean. The central cha-
racter is an exiled 'statesman and


QUESTION: When there Is a
month with three pay periods,
how will the tax be withheld?
We are supposed to be paying
taxes on a monthly basis.
ANSWER: Taxes withheld are
computed on a bi-weekly basis
converted from the Panamanian
monthly tax tables. Taxes are as-
sessed on an annual basis.
QUESTION: Shouldn't the U. S.
Government consult its Panama-
nian employees on the disad-
vantages to the employees before
withholding our tax?
ANSWER: The entire question
concerning withholding taxes is
an Executive Agreement between
the respective countries.

QUESTIONt: Since the U. S.
Government is withholding the
tax, isn't it its duty to receive the
Information concerning exemp-
tions from its employees and then
forward such information as they
forward the taxes withheld?
ANSWER: Exemptions are con-"
cern between the employee and
his government. Proof or the
quantity for validity of exemp-
tions must be given to the em-
ployee's government for judg-
.ment, as explained in the Spill-
way of September 13.

VOTE COUNT SET

IN OUEEN CONTEST
The Holy Name Society of
St. Joseph Catholic Church of
Paraiso is conducting, a contest
to select a queen to reign over
activities in November. The
first vote count will be at 8
p.m., Saturday, September 21,
in the St. Joseph Parish Hall.
Candidates for honors in the
contest are Miss Marilyn Gill
and Carmen Bailey, Paraiso,
and Miss Marjorie Sinclair and
Miss Sheila Hinds of Pedro Mi-
guel.
The committee in charge has
planned an evening of enter-
tainment in connection with the
first vote count and all friends
and members are urged to at-
tend.



IN BROWSIN


COLLECTION.


poet who longs for creative so-
litude but is destined to attract
followers against his will. The
author served with the Psycho-
logical Warfare Branch of the
Army during World War II. He
is now Professor of English at
Stanford.
On the Other Hand by Rachel
Adams is the memoir of the wife
of the famous former Special As-
sistant to the President Sher-
man Adams. This is an engaging
personal account of Mrs. Adams'
girlhood in New Hampshire, of
her courtship, her life as a wife,
mother, Governor's lady, and of
course, of her life in Washington.
The story is enriched by her
sense of humor, her warmth and
her tough Yankee approach to
the complicated happenings of
her later years.
The River and the Wilderness
by Don Robertson is a major ad-
dition to the literature of the
Civil War. Mr. Robertson, who
is a former newspaper reporter,
portrays -the horror, excitement,
violence and intrigue of the War
with precision and insight. This
is the author's third novel on this
period of American history and
perhaps his best. Earlier works
were The Three Days and By
Antietam Creek.


Page TWO


QUESTION: Does the record of
income taxes withheld by the Can-
al constitute an automatic Paz y
Salvo; or do those who can prov-
ide such withholding records still
have to get their Paz y Salvo In
Panama?
ANSWER: The record of taxes
withheld from all employees is
shown on the check stub each bi-
weekly pay period and is ac-
cumulated on a year-to-date basis
i addition to the bi-weekly
amount. It was agreed that per-
sons would be considered cur-
rent in their current taxes while
in the employ of the agencies on
the Canal Zone. However, the Paz
y Salvo question concerns more
than just current taxes and, is
strickly a matter between' the
employee and his government.
QUESTION: Why should we
have to spend two dollars for a
"papel sellado" to gain exemp-
tions, when the exemptions do
not generally amount to even half
the amount of the cost of the
"papel sellado?"
ANSWER: This question and
others about the use to which
the tax money will be put are
not part of the processes of with-
holding of taxes and are matters
between the employee and his
government.


CZ Women


Invited To Tea


At Mrs. Feming's

A coffee for members and
guests of the Panama Canal
Women's Welfare Group will
be held at the home of Mrs.
Robert J. Fleming, Jr., wife
of the Canal Zone Governor
and honorary president of the
group, tomorrow (September
21) at 9:30 a.m.
All women interested in the
work of the Panama Canal Wo-
men's Welfare Group are in-
vited to attend.


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Too Many SPILLWAYs?



Too Few? None? Read This


Hey, all you friendly, helpful folks out there in SPILL-
WAY land lend us your eyes and minds a moment.
Is your unit receiving too many SPILLWAYS? Not
enough? None?
Whatever's wrong if anything in your SPILLWAY.
distribution, it can be corrected quite easily, if you'll read
what follows and do as it says. ,
The envelope which comes with your SPILLWAYS
carries the name and address of your unit and a number
which is the quantity the unit is supposed to receive each
Friday. If any part of the information is wrong, the person
responsible in the unit should indicate the desired correction
on the face of the envelope, then send it to:

AGENCY RECORDS CENTER
Balboa Heights, C. Z.
Attn: D. F. Mead, Supervisor

If you runit isn't receiving any SPILLWAYs, but should
be, a request for addition to the mailing list for the number
desired should be submitted over the signature of the res-
ponsible person in the unit.
*"(Basically, the same procedure applies to THE PAN-
AMA CANAL REVIEW, except that it is necessary to
indicate how many are desired -in each language. The "S"
or "E" printed with the number which appears alongside
tM.address indicates the language of the copies being sent.)


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September 20, 1963


SPILLWAY


Page THREE


Ronnie Crump Wins



Junior Golf Tourney




., ,Ronnie Crump, playing out of
i. B j both the Summit and Gamboa'
S, clubs, copped two trophies in the
Junior tournament completed at
Gamboa Golf and Country Club
last Saturday. He won the Jimmie
Little trophy for his low gross of
246 for the 54-hole event and his
219 net was best for low net in
S the first flight.

It was a brother act for two
other trophies. Larry Haff shot
a 229 low net for the second
flight and his brother, George,
had a 370 which was best for low
net in the Pee Wee flight.

The first round of the Gamboa
tourney was played August 31.
Trophy awards were made fol--
lowing a lunch for the junior
golfers in the clubhouse.
Ronnie Crump
Low gross, 1st flight low net


AT LEFT The Red line moves forward as the ball is snapped during one of the practice ses-
sions of Balboa High School football tearp candidates.




Football Season To Open




With Jamboree Next Friday


Larry Haff George Haff
2nd flight low net Pee Wee flight lownet


Old Stamps Wanted


By Balboa Women

The Balboa Womants Club is
asking for contributions of post-
age stamps, any type of stamps,
)ecial to be sent to the American Legion
for Hospitalized Veterans and to
Mary Immaculate Seminary and-"
College in the United States.
'The Woman's Club has been
collecting stamps from members
and friends for some time, but
not until a letter arrived from
(anned Northampton, Pa., did club mem-
bers know that the stamps had
made a circle trip, from the Canal ,
der to permit the Zone to the United States and
of scheduled formal back to benefit priests of Pan-
ies, the merchan- ama.
action of D i a b lo
Paraiso and Mar- The letter, from Mary Im-
Service Centers will maculate Seminary and College,
3ed during normal Northampton, Pa., was signed by
hours, September Winston Auguste, C. M., and said
r October 1. i the writer was asked to send
this letter because he is from
eptember 30, 1963, Panama. Most of the money earn-
Service Center's ed from the sorting of the stamps
idise section will be received through contributions di-
t 6 p.m. instead of rectly benefits priests working in
Margarita Service the Interior of Panama, the letter
merchandise sec-, said.
close at 6 p.m. in-
f the usual closing Knowing that the stamps con.
10 p.m. on the same tribute through the Balboa Wo-
man's Club help benefit priests
tuesday, October 1, of Panama, the organization is
Diablo Heights Ser- making a more intensive effort
wter's merchandise in the stamp collecting field. All
.m. instead of 7 a.m. who wish to contribute stamps,
. The Balboa Retail and any type of stamps are wel-
11 be opened at 8:30 come, may mail them to the Bal-
he same day boa Woman s Club, P. 0. Box 623,
Balboa.


Interscholastic football coaches
are getting older and greyer by
the minute as they frantically
prepare- for the. kickoff of ano-
ther Canal Zone football season.
The annual Jamboree at Cristo-
bal on September 27 will open the
season, which sees defending in-
terscholastic champion Canal Zone
College the prohibitive favorite.
Stew Brown will try to match
his fame of several years ago
with th e College eleven when he
leads the Balboa High School
Bulldogs from the sidelines. The
red and white-clad gridders held
their afinual Red-White game last
night as a preview -of the BHS
run for the title.
Cristobal High School's Doug Lit-
ton will try to put together a win-
ning team. All indications point
to a better team than was fielded
last year. Coach Litton has an-
nounced that the crowning of the
Jamboree Queens will take place
at 6:45 p.m., with the opening
quarter to follow 15 minutes
later.
Last year's inter-school cham-
pions, the Canal Zone College,
under the tutelage of Morris Fin-
klestein, will try- to make it two
in a row this year. They were
barely nudged out of the Jam-
boree title last year by the now
defunct Athletic Club Rams.
However, to take the place of
the AC team, Coach Sid Kennon
will form a team of College
juniors and seniors cut from the
Balboa squad. This. new team
should provide some keen com.
petition for all of the other teams.
For those individuals who are
new to the Canal Zone ard have
not heard about the Jamboree,
here is what it is like. Each team
plays one quarter against- each


of the other three teams. The
winner of the Jamboree is the
team that has scored the most
points during its three quart-
ers. If a tie' exists, the win-
ner will be the team that has
given up the fewest number of
points.
Admission prices for the Jam-
boree will be $1 for adults, 25c
for those students in grades 7-12
who have Student Association


cards, and 25c for students in
grades 1-6.
The 1963 Jamboree schedule is
as follows:
.First quarter: CZC vs. Col. Jrs.;
second quarter: CHS vs. BHS;
third quarter: BHS vs. CZC;
fourth quarter: CHS vs. CZC;
fifth quarter: BHS vs. Col. Jrs.;
.sixth quarter: CHS vs. Col. Jfs.
There will be approximately five
minutes between .quarters. -


ABOVE Coach Stew Brown,
in cap, watches carefully as his
second unit kicks off to the Red
team during a Balboa High
School practice session.




AT THE RIGHT Dan Thornburg
(36) attempts an extra point
during a scrimmage as Dirk
Van Loon (61) holds for him.
The Bulldogs held their annual
Red-White game last night.


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Page FOUR


SPILLWAY


September 20, 1963


PKEOPLIF" AN 'HE SPOTLIGHT


ONE OF THE HANDIEST MEN ed two cash awards for successful
on the Cristobal waterfront is employee suggestions. He is shown
W. R. (Bob) Byrd, an employee receiving an award from Gov-
of the Terminals Division, who is ernor Robert J. Fleming, Jr., for
not only a general "Mr. Fixit" suggesting that cars on, the SS
and an expert yachtsman but has Cristobal be loaded so Pacific
the answer to almost any ques- Siders get their cars off first on
tion posed by employees or visit- the homeward voyage. He has
ors. several others in the mill-most
Recently he has been taking of them regarding safety on the
time out to put his ideas on paper docks.
and in no time at all he receiv- His ability to repair almost any-


LLOYD W. PETERSON of La Boca, who has been
with the Panama Canal organization 31 years, re-
members walking through Gatun Lakes before the
Locks were filled with water, remembers fancy
curtains made of seashells strung on wire, signs on
Front Street in Colon that said "Our prices are in
gold" and travel on board the old Panama Railroad
steamship "Advance" where everyone -except Can-
al retirees- paid the same rate, $30 for the eight-
day trip from Panama to New York. Retired Pan-,
ama Canal employees paid $20 for the trip.
He remembers one instance' when a passenger
had little money, and didn't realize the low sum
included food as well as passage. The -poor man
had been living on crackers, during the trip until
one day, toward the end of the voyage, he learned
he could have been going down to meals all
the time.
The "Advance" had none of the present-day
luxury set-up of private bath with every room that
so many passengers take for granted on the. SS
Cristobal. Mr.- Peterson -recalls there was ,a public
bath on the "Advance" and-passengers had to make
appointments for bath times. And a- bath couldn't
be extended beyond 15 minutes. Those unable to
keep bath appointments just had to wait another
day.
Mr. Peterson's father,' Walter D. Peterson,
originally of Jamestown, N. Y. was in the Spanish-
American War campaign with Teddy Roosevelt and
through the latter became interested in the Pan-
ama Canal construction project. In 1906 he came
to the Isthmus as a Construction Day worker and
all the Peterson children were born here with the
exception of Lloyd, who was born in Ronne, Den-
mark, where his mother had gone to visit her
family, and one sister, Mildred, who was born in
'Jamestown, N. Y. Lloyd was 2 years old when he
and his mother came to the Isthmus.
He grew up -on the Atlantic Side and one of
his fond memories is of souvenirs the children made
to sell the tourists. In the then water-free Loclys
they found rocks of various colors. The varicolored
rocks were pounded into powder which was poured
into tubes, tied with ribbon, and then a tourist
customer sought! Mr. Peterson recalled his thrill
of surprise at seeing one of these powdered rock
souvenirs in the collection at the Canal. Zone Li-
brary-Museum.


Coming


September 19-29-An exhibition
of reproductions of Rembrand's
most famous paintings will be
held at the Magisterio Pana-
mefio Unido at 8 p.m. These
reproductions were sent espe-
cially by Holland to the Pan-
ama Institute of Art.
September 22-29-Book Week. in
Panama.


thing from a roller skate to a
leaky roof, plus his general good
nature, has made Bob a popular
member of the community no
matter where he has lived. He has
made his home on both 'sides of
the Isthmus and in Panama. -

A son of Dr. Jesse L. Byrd, for-
mer Canal Zone Health Officer
in Cristobal, Bob attended the
Canal Zone schools and has been
employed by the Panama Rail-
road and Terminals Division for
the past 23 years. When he work-
ed in Balboa, he owned his own
home in Las Cumbres, a popular
residential section of Panama.

His interest in yachting has
past 23 years. When he worked in
BalbOa, he owned his own home
brought him in contact with
scores of other local small boat
enthusiasts and at present he
holds the rank of Lieutenant in
the Canal Zone Pacific Power
Squadron. He owns a cabin
cruiser and is a member of the
Cristobal Yacht Club. In his spare
time he often helps conduct na-
vigation classes for other less ex-
perienced small boat owners.

He and his wife and two chil-
dren live in Margarita.,


He attended Cristobal High School and is a'
graduate of Jamestown Business College, where he,
received an honor degree in accounting and steno-
graphic work.
Mr. Peterson worked for the Panama Canal as
a boy during school vacations in a variety of jobs,
from messenger to driver- of an electric elevator,
'truck. He worked with the Storehouse Branch and:
with the Postal Division, where, as a railway and'
mail clerk, he made many a trip back and forth on,
the Panama Railroad trains. For the past 24 years,'
however, Mr. Peterson has been with the Transpor-I
station Section.
Mrs. Peterson is of Buffalo, N. Y., and they have;
two daughters, Jane, a graduate of Balboa High:
School and now wife of the Rev. John R. >Owens,,
Minister of Education at the First Baptist Church,!
Balboa Heights, and Cheryl, a junior at Balboa,
High School. "
His hobbies? Stamp collecting and tennis.


Events


September 23-2'7-Folklore Festiv-
al of the Mejorana at Guarare,
Los Santos.
September 27-28-Yom Kippur
(Jewish Day of Atonement).
October 12-Columbus Day.
'October 19-27-Trade Fair, spon.
scored by Canal Zone United
Fund, to be held in Building


Lunch at Teen Club
NOTICE! ATTENTION! Students attending Junior High, High
School, and the Canal Zone College, in the Balboa area, are in.
vited to lunch at the snack bar at the Balboa Teen Club. 'Fresh
sandwiches are served daily from' 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Take
your lunch or order from the snack bar while you relax and
listen to the record of your, choice on the Club's new H-Fi.
MENU


Ham
Hot Dogs
Bologna
Cheese
Cheeseburgers


Hamburgers 20
French Fries 150
Cake and cookies 50
Candy 50


(No extra charge for grilled sandwiches)


19, Corozal.
October 21-Black Christ Festiv-
.ities in' Portobelo.




Yarn Needed


In Aid Project

Yarni any color and any
quantity, is being collected by.
the Panama Canal Women's
Welfare Group to be used in
the knitting and crocheting clas-
ses taught by members of the
group in the Atalntic Side Pan-
ama town of Cativa.
One of the first projects,
after the Cativa women master
the basic knitting and crochet-
ing principles, is to be an
afghan.
Mrs. E. G. Abbott, President
of the Panama Canal Women's
Welfare Group, may be tel-
ephoned at Balboa-1585 by those
who wish to contribute yarn for
the Cativa project.


Pedro Miguel,


PTA Organizes


Guidance Course

The Pedro Miguel Parent
Teacher Association has or-
ganized, under the direction of
Mrs. Georgina C. de Young,
Social Worker in charge of the
Social Welfare Program for
the Latin American Communit-
ies in the Canal Zone, a course
in Child Guidance for the re-
sidents of Pedro Miguel.
The Child Guidance Course
was inaugurated by Alfred E.
Osborne, Assistant Superinten-
dent of the Latin American
Schools, who congratulated the
parents for their interest in get-
ting orientation to be better
parents. Also present at the
inauguration was Ellis Faw-
cett, Supervisor, Latin Amer-
ican Schools, who spoke about
the importance of education'
in family life.
The course has been sche-
duled for six weeks with a two-
hour' meeting each week. The
objectives of the course are to
assist parents with adequate
information in the care and
* education of their children and
to encourage the parents to
discuss their children's pro-
blems with the teachers or the
social workers.
Subjects on different aspects
of family life wil be discussed
with the parents by Miss Anna
Teresa Bennett, Principal, San-
ta .Cruz Elementary School;
Miss M ab 1 e McFarquhar,
School Psychologist, Special
Education; Mrs. Nelly B. Can-
fillo, Nursing Supervisor, Dis-
ability Relief Program; Maj.
Mario Urdaneta, Social Work-
er, Gorgas Hospital; Miss Ju-
lette Carrington, Principal, Pe-
dro Miguel Elementary School;
S. D. Callender, .Community
Relations' Assistant; and Mrs.
Georgina C. de Young, Social,
Worker ,in charge of the So-
cial Welfare Program for the
Latin American Communities
in the Canal Zone.


Church Women


Plan Program


For Anniversary

The -Episcopal Chuich Women
of St. Albens Church of Paraiso
have completed arrangements for
an "Evening of .Entertainment"
for members and friends at' the
Paraiso Gymnasium at 3 p.m.,
Sunday, September 29.
The .program, to celebrate a
decade of organization' of the
women's auxiliary of the church,
will include musical numbers,
both vocal and instrumental, and
recitations. Mrs. Olive Hinds, pre.
sident of the auxiliary, urges that
persons planning to attend should
contact a member of the auxiliary
in advance to be sure of acco-
modation.
Father Carlton 0. Morales of
the church has assisted in plan-
ning the program.


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Fondo Unido


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La grAfica muestra a Alvin Renjifo, el indito choco6 quien perdi6
la pierna como resultado de una mordida de culebra' equis, en mo-
mentos en que Fred A. Dube, ticnico en Ortopedia del Hospital Gor-
gas, le coloca una pierna artificial, cuyo costo sufragara el Comit6
para Incapacitados de la Zona del Canal, dependencia del Fondo Unido.
El joven indigena fue dado de alta la semana pasada del Hos-
pital Gorgas y ahora pasa una temporada con la familiar de los espo-
eos Frank Robinson, de Balboa, quienes le "adoptaron" durante su
convalescencia con consentimiento del padre de Alvin. Ahora lo que
falta es que el joven aborigen aprenda a ajustarse a sus nueyas cir-
cunstancias con ayuda de la extremidad artificial.



S EI Canal de Pan- rm





PILLWAY


VOL. II 1No. 14 VIERNES, Septiembre 20, 1963


PREGUNTAS Y RESPUESTAS


SOBRE IMPTO; DE LA RENTA
En esta secci6n aparecerAn diversas preguntas
y respuestas relatives al impuesto sobre la ren-
ta de la Republica de Panama, que empezara a
ser deduccido del salario de quienes est6n suje-
tos a dicho impuesto.


"La Ayuda Oportuna realize
Milagros" y esa oportunidad de
hacerlos es la que le ofrece el
Fondo Unido que este afio reali.
za su campaiia para levantar un
fondo de $140.000 conque costear,
los gastos de 19 organizaciones
de beneficencia en la Zona del
Canal. La campafia se extenderA
del lunes 23 de los corrientes al,
9 'de noviembre entrante. y du-
rante ese period se celebrarAn
diversos actos que culminarAn
con la Feria Comercial a realizar-
se del 19 al 22 de octubre en el
edificio 19 de Corozal.
Las quotas asignadas este afio.
son las siguientes: Canal de Pa-
namA y Gobierno, de la Zona del
Canal: $74.925; Ejdrcito: $23.865;,
Fuerza Adrea: $4.995; Armada:


$3,885; Comando del Sur: $1.100;
otras dependencias en la Zona del
Canal: $1.655; otras agencies fue-
ra de la Zona del Canal: $1.555.
Nuevamente los empleados del
Canal de PanamA podrAn valerse
de las facilidades concedidas por
decision de la Comisi6n de Ser-
'icio Civil a fin de que se le de-
duzca a plazos su contrbuci6n, a
partir de los pagos que empiezan
en enero de 1964.
Las 19 organizaciones apoyadas
por el Fondo Unidos son: Cruz
Roja Americana, $22.800; Asocia-
ci6n Americana de Salubridad,
$180; Asociaci6n de Trabajadores
Religiosos del AtlAntico, $2.500;
Boy Scouts, Concejo de la Zona
del Canal, $21.000; Scout Femeni-
nos, Concejo de la Zona del Ca.


nal, $13.535; Comit6 del CAncee
de la Zona del Canal, $12.000 C&
mit6 de Personas Incapacitadas,
$5.000; Boy Scouts Internacional,
$5.200! Girl Scouts Internacional,
$4.000; Servicio Social Internacio-
nal, $85,00; Centro Hebreo de Be.
neficencia para Centro de Serv4i
cios Comunales de las Fuerzas Ar-
madas, $51600; Asociaci6n Nacio.
nal de Recreo, $83,00; Ejdrcito de
Salvaci6n, $14.140; Junta de -e.
cretaci6n Veraniega (Comunida-
des Latino.Americanas) $1.750;
Asociaci6n Anti Tuberculosa,
$8.200; Servicio Unido a Marinos,
$58.00; Organizaci6n de Servicios
Unidos, Inc., $1.530; YMCA, Bal.
boa, $9.000; YMCA, Crist6bal,
$9.000 y $4.339 para porte postal,
imprenta y papeleria, etc.


P.-La deducci6n del impuesto
sobre la renta que ahora
hace el Canal de Panama,
no constitute automAtica-
mente un Paz y Salvo? 0
tiene que ser este obtenido
en PanamA?
R.-En el talonario de cada
cheque que se expide en
pago a salaries aparece
una column indicative de
la cantidad deducida para
el pago der Impuesto sobre
la Renta de PanamA, asi
como la suma de lo rete-
nido hasta la fecha respec-
tiva en ese concept. El
empleado puede, pues, con
s61o consultar su talonario,
saber cuAnto lev'a pagado
y hasta qu6 fecha dada.
En, cuanto a los Certifica-
dos de Paz y Salvo, eso es-
cuesti6n aparte que compe-


te al interesado tramitarlo
ante los ftincionarios del
caso de su Gobierno.
P.-Cuando se efectian tres'pa-
gos en el curso de un mes,
c6mo se realizarA el des-
cuento para el impuesto
sobre la renta? Se supone
que se paga mensualmente.
R.-Las deducciones se compu-
tan quincenalmente con su-
jecci6n a tabla de descuen-
tos sefialada por el Gobier-
no de Panama. El impues-
to se rije con base a en-
tradas anuales, por afio.
P.-Por qu6 debemos pagar dos
d6lares en papel sellado
para obtener las exencio-
nes que ni siquiera alcan-
zan a la mitad de esa can-
tidad?
R.-Ese asu'nto compete al ciu-
dadano y su Gobierno y no


LA SERORA SESCILIE QUINLAND TAYLOR, la Dama Gris que ostenta el mayor tilempo de serviclo en el
Istmo, ha laborado mas de 1.500 horas como voluntaria en hospitajes de la Zona del Canal. Oriunda de
Antigua, Antillas Britinicas, es viuda de Paul A. Taylor, veteran de los dias de la construcci6n del Ca-
nal interoceAnico. Todos los lunes la sefiora T,aylor viaja en omnibus desde Rio Abajo a Corozal para
tender a pacientes del hospital de este lugar. ALa se fora Taylor ha merecido distinci6n de la Cruz Rola
Americana por sus seryicios, al igual que la sefiora Marie van Clief quien ha sido voluntaria de esa ins-
tituci6n durante 45 arios.


tiene nada que ver con las
deducciones de impuestos
realizadas por el Canal de
Panama.
P.-No debiera el Gobierno de
los Estados Unidos consul-
tarnos a nosotros -pana-
mefios- sobre las desven-
tajas y ventajas del im-
puesto antes de. descontar-
noslo?
R.-Las deducciones se verifi-
can conforme a un Acuer-
do Ejecutivo entire ambos
Gobiernos.


. HENRY 6. WEEKS, un conductor de ambulancla del Hospital Gorga, reelbM un certlflcado y un cheque
de manos del Gobernador Robert J. Fleming, .Jr por u p sugetlt6 Valloea relaclonada con los unifor-
mes del personal de ambvlinela doe Wxilos medico.


ACUERDAN BASE PARA


AUMENTO DE ALQUILER


Ajustes en los aumentos de la
tarifa de alquileres para las resi-
dencias Latinoamericanas fueron
acordados en una reuni6n ejecuti-
va entire el Gobernador Fleming
y los funcionaribs de los Conse-
jos Civicos Latinoamericanos este
mes
El Gobierno acord6 que el mi-
ximo en los alquileres serian las
tarifas establecidas para la nue-
va series de residencias del tipo
160 en Pedro Miguel. Se infor-
m6 a los funcionarios en la reu.
ni6n que esto significa que el al-
quiler base para una residencia
duplex de mamposteria del tipo
151,' ademAs de aumentos por me-
joras de la vivienda. no exederia
del alquiler base para las resi-
dencias del tipo 162 de tamafio
comparable.

FONOGRAFO

PARA NATA
Las Muchachas Guias de Na-
ta, ban solicitado la ayuda de
las Damas del Canal de Pana-
ma, para conseguir un fon6gra-
fo de esos que se operan a ma-
no. 0 quizAs une que opere con
bacteria.
Cualquier persona que tenga
un fon6grafo operado a mano,
o un toca discos de bacteria, pa-
ra donarlo a las Muchachas
Guias de NatAi, puede telefo-
near a la Sra. Eleanor Abbott,
President de las Damas del
Canal de PanamA, en Balboa-
1585.


Los aumentos de alquileres han
sidQ reducidos a un 10 por cien-
to para las residencias del tipo 18
en Santa Cruz y Rainbow City,
y los alquileres no serAn aumen-
tados en los edificios fijados pa-
ra ser desocupados en los pr6xi-
mos dos afios fiscales.
Various otros asuntos de interns
general'para la comunidad fue-
ron discutidos. El Vicegoberna.
dor Parker pidi6 a los funciona-
rios que informaran a los rest-
dentes de sus comunidades del
pr6ximo censo annual de ocupan-
tes de residencias. Hizo notar que
los fondos para los servicios es-
colares y de hospital son asigna-
'dos a base del ndmero de resi-
dentes autorizados en ]a Zona
del Canal y que la sanci6n por
dar falsa informaci6n en el cen-
so puede ser la pdrdida de privi-
legios de *residencia.


Damas del Canal de
Panama reuinense
Mafiana a las 9 y 30 de
la maiana la sefiora esposa
d e I Gobernador Fleming
ofreceri un caf6 a las Da-
mas del Canal de Panamai
invitadas, acto al cual seran
bienvenidas todas las da-
mas interesadas n las labo-
res beneficas de esa agrupa-
ci6n. La senora Eleanor de
Fleming es Presidente Ho-
noraria del grupo.


Ph.
AP


La Ayuda Oportuna




Realiza Milagros









PAgina DOS SPIL LW'AY Sepiembr~ 2~ tie T96~l


ABORDO del vag6n especial que los condujo al aflfs
tico, los Ingenieros Militares goran de las delicias
del aire refrigerado mientras discuten asuntos de su
discipline professional. La Socledad de Ingenieros Mi-
litares realize una jira at Fuerte Sherman donde se
les explic6 el funcionamiento del proyectil Pershing,
ocasion en que -comoa de costumbre,- rein6, Ia ma
yor camaraderie entire profesionales latinos y norte-
americanos.


FOTOS



BE


rsrsj nc


ESTA BARCAZA liamadta "It.
Col. John U. D. Page" se- utili-
za para el transport del pro-
yectil Pershing, prestandole as'
mayor facilidad para, manio-
brar.


ZOOM., dice ef ing. RuBello Quintero al explicarle a
sus. colegas lte opefaci6n del' proyectl-.chete "Per.
shing'. Entre embelesados e ineredbfos If escuchan
(de Izq. a der.) los ingenifros Manuel Quintero, Ma-
nuel L6per E., Ricardo E. M6ndez (a' quien chapero
ne& su hijo, Ricardito,), Jorge Velisquea, Emanuel
Lyons y Roger Toledano. Los ingenleros paname
hos perfenecen a' la Sociedaed de- Ingenteros Milltares.


- --"


Curso de Orientacion Para CELEBRA ANIVERSARIO


Padres de Familia Ofrecen CLUB SOCIAL DuVONET
T. A- . A A. A. .1 m'. r.- 7 A - a.. 'IVL. uIIT


La Asociacii6n e Pradres e
Familia: de Pedro Miguel h'a
organizado, bajo la direcci6n de
la Sra. Georgina C. de Young,
Trabajadora' Social encargada
del Programa de Bienestar So-
cial para las Comunidades La-
tinoamericanas de la Zona del
Canal, un' curso de orientaci6n-
para padres de familiar residen-
.tes en P'edro Miguel, Zona del
Canal.
Elt cuso de orientaci6nu pars
padres' de, famitia f-ue inaugu-
rafd por el senior Alfred E. te-
borne, Ayudante' del Superinten-
dente enl las Escuelas Latino-
anaericanas, quiers felicit& a los:
padres por su interns en aidqui-
sir orieuntanion en, c6mw puefden
ser mejores, padres para sugs;
hijes:. TasTbi asisti& a la inat-


guiraci6n et senor Ellis F aw-
cett,. Supervisor de las Escue-
las La.tinoamericanas, quien
habl6 acerca de la importancia
de la educaci6n para la lfami-
lia.
Este, curso tomari seis sema-
nas con reuniones semanales
de dos hora's de- duraci6n. El
objetivo dbe"este curso es el de'
ayudar a los padres de fami-
lia con inform'aci6n adecuada
acerca del cuidado y educaci6n'
de sus hijos. y el de estimultar
a los padres consultar con
los, maestros- o con, los traba'-
jadores sociales acerca de los
problems de sus hijos.
Varies temas que- abarcan di-
ferentes aspects de la vida fa-
miliar serin presentados g los
padres por las siguientes per-


sonas.: la senorita Ana- Teresa
Bennett, Directora' de' la Escue'-
la de Santa, Cruz; sefiorita Mat-
bel McFariquhar, Psic6loga Es-
colar, Educaci6n Especial; se-
flora Nelly B. Cantillo, Super-
visora de Enfermeras, Progra-
ma, de ayuda para- ancianos; el
Mayor Mario' Urdaneta, Traba-
jador Social, Hospital Gorgas;
sefiorita Julette Carrington, Di-
rectora de las Escuelas de Pe-
dro Miguel; sefior Sylvester D.
Callender, Coordinador de Re-
laciones de las Comunidades
Latinoomericanas; y la sefilra
Georgina C. de Young, Tra6a-
jadora Social, encargade del&
Program de Bienestar Social
para' las Comunrifades tatino-
americanas de ra Z.ona del Ca-
nal.


El. Club- Social Du Vonet es-
ta hacienda todos los arreglos
para el planeado gran concier-
to de aniversario para el 24 de
oetubre en el Gimnasio del Ins-
tituto Panamericano en la ciu-
dad de PanamA, a las ocho. de
la noche.
El Club Du Vonet presentari
en esa ocasi6n al Club Rock,-
well Gee de Col6n' y varies
otros artists de' la Costa de
Ora.
La entrad, costarai $1.09 y los
beletos seram vendidos en P&-
amar, Paraisol, Gamboa y Hior
Abjjo,, lo mismo que los miem-
bros del Club Du Vonet.
Para obtener los boletos us-
ted puede lIamar a los siguien-
tes telefonos: Faraiso 433 y


4652; Pedro Miguel 4338; Pana-
ma 4-2510 y 4-2327, y tambi6n
el Havana Freez.


Baldwin hablari ante
el Concejo Civico
Frank A. Baldwin, Jefe de la&
Offcina de Informacion del Ca-
nal de Panama dictarta uns
charta sobre la operaci n del
canal, ante el. Concejo Civic.
de Po raise. dbranfe la sesi6n
quwe h de relebrarse a las 7:39
de tl noche del lunes 2S del
mes en curso. La sesi6n se
he de verificar en el gimmnau
de Paraiseo y so urge Ia mae
pquntut- aeistencia.


P&gina DOS


SPtL LWAY


Sopffembro 20, & M3







Septiembre 20 de 1963 SP It L L
Atracci6n de Taquifla


WA Y Pagina TRES


* EN


PARIS


Y


EN


QUIEREN


Los planes futures del retador numero Uno
al cetro mundial de los peso pluma estan ac-
tualmente sujetos a contingencies imprecisas;
mientras no se ha desertado por enter la po-
sobilidad de un encuentro en que estuviese en
juego el campeonato que ahora ostenta el- cu-
bano fltiminio "Sugar" Ramos, el prestigioso
pu'gilista colonense podria decidirse por un viaje
al Oriented donde se enfrentaria a dos renom-
brados plumas japoneses, en preferencia a un
possible bout en Paris contra el nigeriano Rafiu
King. Esta idtima oferta no parece tentadora
ya que la bolsa result muy exigua para el al-
tamente cotizado pfigil panamefio; tampoco se
contemplan otras ofertas que no vinieren res-
paldadas por una garantia seria, -s6ida y esti-
mable.


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TOKIO


VER


A


Mientras que el apoderado de Laguna, Isaac
Kresch, estudia las proposicio-nes que le llueven
de todas parties, su pupilo se. mantieoe en ex-
celentes condiciones fisicas y ke manifetsa listo
a enfrentarse a quien le pusieren por delante,
seguro en la solidez contundente de sus pufios
y en la firmeza sin mengua de sus agiles piernas.
De materializar el viaje de Laguna al Ja-
pon 6stse realizaria en octubre y el pugilista
colonense estaria de vuelta aqui para preparar-
se para la dispute de la corona mundial en ene-
ro en la capital panamefia.
En circulos boxeriles existed el mas vivo in-
ter6s por la celebraci6n de ese encuentro por
el cintur6n pluma que algunos entendidos es-
peran que rinda una entrada bruta de casi cien
mil d6lares.


GABRIEL C. ADOhCAM, empleado de la Division de Navegaci6n, recibio el premlo mis alto el viernes
pasado por la mariana, cuando el Gobernador de la Zona del Canal, Robert J. Fleming, Jr., hizo entrega
a various empleados de-.los cheques de Premios por Incentiva. Adonicam, que recibi6o n cheque por $30.00
y un certificado, sugiri6 la instalaci6n de una claraboya en los remolcadores .de 2.400 caballos de fuer-
za, para mejorar las condicionds de trabajo del personal del cuarto de maquinas.
"'Y ojala a Sugar Ramos no
PT le vaya a dar diabetes cuando
le hablewnde enfrentarse a La-
guna, .como .dicen que le en-
traba calambre al brasilero
5A 9\ j r Eder Jofre cada vez que oia
1 ._ - --_C -ese nombre..."


Escuchado durante el seh-
sacional encuentro del domin-
go pasado en el Estadio Olim-
pico de Panama:
"Mochila lo que -tiene es un
complejo de punching bag
(pera)".
'"El cacareado estio -de Mo-.
chila consist en no .combatir.
Es lo que ahora Hlaman "Non-
fighters".
"Que vA, boay! Lo que pasa
6 -que esti estudiando pa' can-
grejo!"


"'Esta es una pelea subma-
rina o guaterpolo -con guan-
tes"
(oido mientras caia la lluvia
sobre el tinglado).
"Que traigan ahora a Uli-
jmninio pa' ver quien ultima a
quien! ", exclama una voz es-
tent6rea y euf6rica. -
"El cartagenero conect6 dos
veces con todo su poder pero
Laguna no se inmut6 -qued6
como si nada..."


TRITONES DE

LA ZONA EN LA

P. OLIMPICA
La Comisi6n Nacional de Na-
taci6n de Panama, ha enviado
una invitacidn al professor Os-
car Suman- Carrillo, Supervisor
de Educaci6n Fisica de las Es-
cuelas Latinoamericanas de la
Zona del Canal, para que los
nadadores de esas escuelas par-
ticipen en una comrpetencia de
nataci6n en la Piscina Olimpi-
ca, con motivo de la inaugura-
ci6n official .de las gradas y ves-
tidores que se construyen ac-
tualmente en la Piscina Olim-
pica.
Se ha escogido tentativamen-
te la primera quincena del mes-
de octubre 'pr6ximo para cele-
brar esa competencia, en la
cual participarian tambien na-
dadores de Panama, Col6n y
Chiriqui, en las categories in-
fantil y juvenile de ambos "sexos.
El professor Suman Carrillo
contest al senior Julio Tribal-
dos, Secretario-Tesorero de la
Comisidn Nacional de Natacidn,
que el Superintendente de Es-
cuelas de la Zona del. Canal
habia aprobado la participa-
ci6n de los nadadores de las
Escuelas La.tinoamericanas de
la Zona del Canal, en la men-
cionada competencia, que Lfen
podria efectuarse el 12 de oc-
tubre, "Dia 4e la Raza".


Y


EN


LAGUN A


MEXICO,


AHORA


De celebrarse la pelea Laguna vs. Ultimi-
nio Ramos seria esa la primera vez que se
disputase un campeonato mundial en Panama.
Ya en afios anteriores se concert un encuentro
con el entonces campe6n pluma, Johnny Dun-
dee contra el panamefio Jose Lombardo pero a
fltima hora -cuando ya todo estaba arreglado
y a la venta los boletos- surgieron dificulta-
des que obligaron a la cancelaci6n de la pelea.
Poco despues Dundee vacaba el puesto y
se realizaba una eliminatoria en que Lombardo
gan6 contra Lou Palusso y otros de los princi-
pales contendientes, perdiendo inesperadamen-
te ante Louis "Kid" Kaplan, que se corona
campe6n.


CARVAJAL DEFENDER


LA FAJA PESO MOSCA
El campe6n de boxeo del peso mosca del Istmo,
Pedro Carvajal,-defendera su corona frente al novel
pugilista Eugenio Hurtado en la noche del domingo
29 de este mes, en un combat pactado a 12 asaltos
que se celebrara en el tinglado del Gimnasio Nacio-
nal.
Originalmente se habia sefialado para el 22 de
este mes el encuentro entire Hurtado y Manuel More-
no para escoger, al. pr6ximo rival del campe6n Car-
vajal, pero Moreno enferm6 y tuvo que retirarse de
la pelea del domingo.
Es muy possible que Moreno pelee despues con
el ganador de la pelea del dia 29, disputando el titulo
de la division de las 112 libras.



PRESENCIA DE PANAMA

A pesar de lo limitado de .su densidad demogrifica la Re public
de Panama puede ufanarse de producer renombradas umninaria,
tanto en las disciplinas intelectuales y .cuiturales, cuanto en el cam-
po de las actividades fisicas.
Ya en epocas pasadas el Istmo di a Latino-America un canmpe6n
mundial de la exaltada categoria, de AlfonsojTe6filo B.rown, el pri-
mer titular de una division -que acudi6 a defender su corona amff
donde surgia-un retador calificado: Europa, las naciones escandina.
vas, Asia, Australia, Africa, Marruecos, en todas parties Panama At'
Brown impusp la dial6ctica contundente de sus pulios.
Maestro de pugHistas (vease la biografia de Henry Armstrong)
Io fue el incomparable David Abad quien sent catedra de boxeo 'en
Norfte-America derrotando a lo me.jorcito de s.u peso.
Brillaron tambien el primer Jdolo de la oficion panameia, at
Chato Lombardo, Pedro Amador, Ernesto Zorrilla (6stos dos Altimos
en California); #duardo King Salom6n (el "Caballo de Pruebe" de todo
boxeador extranjero que llegaba .a Estados Unidos; noque6 a Jack
Sharkey en 3 rounds virando -los jueces de Boston -la decision de
FOUL contra Salom6n, conformL a comentaristas americanos de la
6poca) perdio, at fin, ante Paul Berlenbach en formidable encuentro.
En Sudamerica K. 0. JBrisset se coronaba campe6n indiscutible *
idolo del Peru (nacionalidad que adopt6 sirviendo en su Armada).
Vino, despues, una nueva oieada: Indian Quintana, Sammy Medt.
na, Sim6n Vergara, John Pino, Young Finpigan, Kid Zefine, H4ctor
Hicks y otros mis.
Y hoy ha cautivado las simpatias uninimes el inquieto y devasta
dor Ismael Laguna, primer retador a la Corona Mundial de los
Plumas, como lo fuera antes de los Gallos.
En cuanto a la hipica valdria sefialar que entire los jinetes mas
afamados del .mundo hoy en dia figuran los panamefos Braulio Baeza
y Mane_ Ycaza, entire otros muchos.
En -la pelota professional Panami estA representada en las Gran-
des Ligas nada menos que por un H6ctor Lo6pez.
En las competencias de pista y campo si oic ha producido el Iswmo
comparable estrellas, pero, sin embargo, se recuerda a un Lloyd
LaBeach.
Y esto se destaca aqui sin hacer menci6n de Jos6 Quintero,, cen.
sagrado director teatral; el Dr. Ricardo J. Alfaro, jurista de estatura
International; y otros notables ciudadanos panameios que han dado
prestigio y lustre a su Patria en el escenarlo mundial como, peor
ejemplo, sus pintores y poetas.


PELEAS ELIMINAITORIAS


CONTINUAN EN COLON
Continuarin el domingo las pe- son los que sostendrAn F4lix G6-
leas de eliminaci6n en la Lkga mez contra Ernesto Berry, Do-
Distritorial de Boxeo Aficionado mingo HernAndez frente a Tomas
de Col6n, en un program que Mendoz, Jos6 -Santamarid Om
se celebrari en el tinglado de la
Arena de Col6n. Paul Robinson y Pedro BOO
Los combates de eliminaci6n versus Rodrigo Allen.


TODOS


Torneo Intercolegial
El torneo intercolegial de baloncesto, tanto para varones co-
mo para nifias de las Escuelas Latinoamericanas de la Zona del
Canal, se iniciara el pr6ximo m:i.rcoles a las cineo de la tarde
en el Gimnasio de Rainbow City, con los partidos entire Paraiso
y Rainbow City en ambas divisions.
El calendario de juegos de baloncesto, varones y nifias, es el
siguiente:
Miercoles, Sept. 25 Paraiso vs. Rainbow City 5:40 p.m.
*Viiernes, Sept. 27 Rainbow City vs. Par-aso 7:00 p.m.
Mi6rcoles, Oct. 2 Santa Cruz vs. Rainbow City 5:00 p.m.
*.Viernes, Oct. 4 Paraiso vs. Rainbow City 7:1A0 p.m.
Miercoles, Oct. 9 Rainbow City vs. Santa Cruz 5:00 p.m.
*VWiernes, Oct. 11 Rainbow City vs. Paraiso 7:10 p.m.
Miercoles, Oct. 16 'Rainbow City vs. Paraiso 5:00 p.m.
*Viiernes, Oct. 18 Paraiso vs. Rainbow City 7:-00 p.m.
Mi4rcoles, Oct. 23 Paraiso vs. Santa Cruz 7:00 p.m.
WViernes, Oct. 25 Paraiso vs. Rainbow City 7:00 p.m.
Mikrcoles, Oct. 30 Santa. Cruz vs. Rainbow -City 5:00 p.m.
iernes, Nov. 1 Rainbow City vs. Paraiso 7:00 p.m.
(*) Segundo ciclo secundarie.
El *timo equipo nombrado *s el local.


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CANAL 2

DOMINGO
11:30-Documental
12:00-Show del Mediodia
1:30-Cine en su Casa
3:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval de
Cartones
5:30-La Nueva
Generaci6n
8:30-litazo Royal
7:00-El Buen Pastor
8:00-Ciudad Desnuda:
9:00-Un Paso al Mas
All&
9:30-Rodeo
10:30-Teleteatro
LUNES
12:00-Carnaval de
Cartones
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Cine Serie Semanal
1:30-Pap lo Sabe Todo
2:00-Avances
2:15-Reportales
Mundiales
3:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval de
Cartones
5:00-Mundo de la Muler
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00-Dick Tracy
6:30-Noticlas
7:00-Superman .
7:30-Supers6nico
8:00-Aiedrez Fatal
9:00-Foro de Opini6n
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Teleteatro
MARTES
12:00-Carnaval do
Cartones
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Cine Serie Semanal,
1:30-Papa lo Sabe Todo
2:00-Avances
2:=15-Reportaiea
Mundiales
3:00-Teleteatro
4:30--Carnava de
Cartones
S:00-Mundo de la Muler
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00-Popeye
.6:30-Noticias
7:00-Roy Rodgers
7:30-Biografia
8:00-Fred Astaire
Present
9:00-Imperio del Oeste
10:00-Noticias
10: 15-Teleteatro
MIERCOLES

12:00-Carnaval de
Cartones
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Cine Serie Semanal
1:30-Pap lo1 Sabe Todo
2:00-Avances
2:15--Reortaies
Mundiales
3:00-Teleteatro
4:30-Carnaval de
Cartones
5:00-Mundo de la Muler
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00-Dibujos Animados
6:30-Noticias
7:00--Buggs Bunny
7:30-Blanquita Anfaro
8:00-Surf Side 6
9:00-Robert Taylor
9:30-Nick Charles
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Teleteatro
JUEVES
12:00--Carnaval de i
Cartonee
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Cine Serie Somanal
1:30-Palp 1o Sabe Todo
2:00-Avances
2:15-ReportaJel
Mundiales
:00--,Tleteatro
4:30-Carnaval de
Cartones
5:00-Mundo de la Muler
5:45-Fiesta de Eatrellitas
6:00-Pdpeye
6:30-Npficias
7:00-Extrafo Mundo del
I Pantnao
7:30-Show Internacional
8:30--La Hora Once
8:30-Peter Gunis
10:00-Notcils
!0:15-Teleteatre
VIERNES
2:00-Carnaval do
Cartones
12:30-Noticias
12:45-Cine Seole Semanal
1:30-Pap6 Io Sabe Todo
2:00-Avnaces
2:.15--Rportajeo
Mundiales
9:00-Teleteatro
4:00-Camrniaval "doe
Cartones
5:00-Mundo de la Muler
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00--El Cegato Magoo
6:30-Noticias
7:00-El Hombre del Rifle
7:30-Picapiedras '
8:00-Boris Karloil
9:00-El Fabricante de
Noticias
9:30-Mantovani
10:00-Notialds
10:15-Teleteatre

SABADO
12:00--Carnaval de
Cartones
12:30-Noticias
12:45--Cine Srie Semanal
1:30-Teleteatio
3:00-Avances
3:15-Reportajes
,; Mundiales
4:00-Saraco de Tevedos
5:00-Mundo do la Mujer
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00-Popeye
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Combatl
8:00-Ben Casey
9:00-Sam Benedict
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Teleteatro


- GENTE EN LA NOTICIA
I&'N


CANAL 4
DOMINGO

10:00-Todo potr Id Paria
10:30-Inspector Lecrerc
11:00-S6lvese Quien
Pueda
11:30-'Hazafias del Espacio
12:00-Lam Comedia Silente
12:30-Cita Informal
1:30-Novela Semanal
3:30-Pelicula
5:30-Alegrias Infantiles
6:00-Furia
6:30-Cero no
7:00-Bonanza
S:00-Solo los Vallentes
9:00-Encrucilcda
10:00-Pelicula
LUNES
11:30-Alegrias Infautiles
12:15-Los Bucaneros
1'2:45-Noticias
1:00-Corrousel Hipico
1:10-Novela Semanal
1:45-Buenas Tardes
4:00-Documental
4:30-La Cocina en T.V.
5:00-Tres Caras de Mujer
5:30-Titeres y C6micas
6:00-El Hombre on el
Espacio -
6:30-Ley del Rev61lver
700-Noticias
7:30-Rin Tin Tin
8:00-Kraft Musical
8:30-La Actriz
9:00-El Caminante
9:30-Ruta 66
MARTES
11:30-Alegrias Infantiles
12:15-Randall El Justiciero
12:45-Noticias
1:00-Carrousel Hipico
1:10-Novela Se anal
1:45-Buenas Tardes
4:00-Documental
4:30-Cocina en T.V.
5:00-Tres Caras de Muler
5:30-Titeres y C6micas
6:00E1 Hombre en el
Espacio ,
6:30-Yogi Bear
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Estudio Pepsi
8:00-La Hora Continental
8:30--La Actriz
9:00-El Caminante
9:30-Los Defensores
10:00-Programa Especial
10:30-Noticias
MIERCOLES

11:30-Alegrias Infantiles
12:15-Diario de a Bordo
12:45-Noticias
1:00-Carrousel Hipico
1:10-Novela Semanal
1:45-Buenas Tardes
4:00-Documental
4:30-Cocina en T.V.
5:00-Titeres y C6micas
6:00-El Hombre eon el
9Espacio
6:30-Ivanhoe
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Sir Francis Drake
8:00-C6micos y
Canciones
8:30-La Actriz
9:OOEI Caminanto
9:30-Dr. Kildare
10:30-Noticias
JUEVES
11 :30-Alegrias Infantiles
12:15--Rev6lver a la
Orden
12:45-Noticias
1:00-Carrousel Hipico
I: 10- Novela Semanal
s:45-Buenas Tardes
4:00-Documental
4:30-Cocina en T.Y.
5:00-Tres Caras de Muler
5:30-rTiteres yT C6micas
6:00-El Hombre en el
Espacio
6:30-Lassie
7:00-Noticias
7:30-El Hombre Invisible
8:00-La Hora Orange
,Crush
:30--La Acrir .
S:0-E Caminante.
9:30-Dck Powell Show -
' VIERNtES

10:30-Noticias
11:30-Alogrias Infantiles
12:15-La Legi6n
Extranjera
12:45-Noticias
1:00-Carrousel Hipico.
1:10-Novela Semanal
1:45-Buxenas Tarde.
4:00-Documental
4:30-ocina en T.V.
5:00-Tres Carus de.Muler
5:30-Titeres y C6micas
6:00-El Hombre en el
IEspacio
S:30-Annie Oakley
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Bat Masterson
8:00-Ls Esrellas y Ud.
8:30-La Actrix
9:00-El Caminante
9:30-La Era Siniestra
10:30--Boxeo
11:30-Noticias
SABADO
11:30-Alegrias Infantiles
12:15-Llanero Solitario
12:45-Noticias
1:00-Carrousel Hipico
1:10-Mi Carretilla Yoo
1:30-Yo Quiero a Lucy
2:00-Tres Caras de Mujer
4:00-Documental
4:30-Cocina en T.V.
5:00-Club Infantil
Televito
5:30-Titeres y C6mlcas
6:00-El Hombre en el
I Espacio .-
6:30-Investigador
Submarino
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Laramie
8:30-Perry Mason
9:30-Suspenso
10:00-Noticias
10:15--lelicula


KU PUI WING vino de
Cant6n, China, donde na-
ci6, en 1928, y desde en-
tonces ha permanecido en
el Istmo, radiclndose en
la poblaci6n de Oc6, en
donde tenia una tienda
de abarrotes y donde con-
trajo matrimonio con una
ocuefia. Ahora trabaja
como 'cocinero principal
en el Hospital Gorgas, en
cuya cocina fue jefe de
1950 a 1956, pero dej6 la
organizaci6n del Canal de
Panama para trabajar en
Panama, regresando en
1959 al Gorgas. Es casa-
do, tiene cinco hijos y
seis nietos, y reside en
Via Espauia en la ciudad
de Panama. Le gustan
much los deportes, espe-
cialmente el beisbol, y la
hipica.


QUIEN TIENE LANA


QUE LA DE AHORA

Lana de cualquier color o
cantidad estAn recogiendo 'las
Damas del Canal de PanamA,
para ser usada en las classes de
tejido con agujas y con gan-
* chos que imparten las integran-
tes de la agrupaci6n en el pue-
blo de Cativa, en el sector
AtlAntico de PanamA.
Uno-de los primeros p.royec-
tos, despues que las mujeres
de Cativa dominen los princi-
pios bAsicos de tejer con agu-
jas y con ganchos, es confec-
cionar una sobrecama.
Aquellas personas que deseen
cooperar donando lana para el
proyecto de CativA, pueden Ila-
mar, por telefono a la sefiora
Eleanor Abbott, Presidente de
las Damas del Canal de Pana-
mA, a Balboa-1585.


CALENIIARIID IHE EVENTIDS

SEPTIEMBRE

18 20 Afio Nuevo Judio.

19 29 Una exposici6n de reproducciones de las mAs famosas
pinturas de Rembrandt en el Magisterio Panamefio Uni-
do, a las 8 p.m. Estas, reproducciones fueron enviadas
especialmente por Holanda al Instituto Panamefio de
Arte.
22 29 Semana del Libro en PanamA.


23 -727


Festival de la Mejorana en Guarare.


Z7 Cine Club del Instituto Panamefio de Arte: "Los Cba-
trocientos Golpes" de Truffaut. Lugar: Magisterie Pa-
namefio Unido, Urbanizaci6n Obarrio. Hora: 8 p.m.
27 28 Dia del Sacrificio Judio.

OCTU B RE


12 -

19 27

21 -


Dia de la Raza (Feriado en Panama).

Feria Comercial auspiciada por el Fondo Unido.
Inmueble 19, Corozal.
Procesibn del Cristo Negro de Portobelo, una de lag
ms .tipicas y afamada's del Istmo.-


PUEDE IRSE A SUMMIT


EN COMODOS TRENES

Personas o agrupaclones que desearen Ir a los sardines de
Summit podrian hacerlo utilizando el tren como medio de trans.
porte; todo 1 que necesitarian hacer seria dar aviso al des-
pachador de trenes. indicando aqu6l en que se propongan ir
y el que emplearian para el regreso, a fin de que se adopted
las providenclas del caso.
Summit no esth en el itinerario de paradas ferroviarlas,
pero con alguna frecuencia -especialmente durante la epoca
veraniega- hay muchas personas que vlajan a ese lugar, y
es la political del ferrocarril hacer una parade al lade de la
carretera, frente al cruce correspondiente, para convenlencla
de quienes bajen o desearen subir al tren en ese sitio.
El pasaie regular a Summit es de 90 centavos en primer&
clase y 55 en segunda, pero hay una tarlfa especial aplicable a
grupos de 20 o mis personas, en cuyo caso el viable redonde
monta a un d61lar on primer y 67 centavos en la segunda clase.


CHESTER RHODEN que apa-
rece pintando un letrero en los
talleres de la Divisi6n de Trans-
porte a Motor en el Sector
Atlantico, es algo mas que un
pintor. El ha estado con la Di-
visi6n de Transporte a Motor
durante 22 afios, y trabaj6 an-
tes por un aeio con Terminales
y la Divisi6n de Esclusas. Ade-
mAs de los vehiculos de la Di-
visi6n de Transporte a Motor,
estos talleres se encargan del
equipo ,de la Policia, Direcci6n
de Salubridad, Divisi6n de Man-
tenimiento y Mantenimiento de
Predios, ademhs del equipo de
carga de la Divisi6n de Ter-
-minales.


VISITANTE DE LA
SEMANA

Esclusas de
Miraflores .... ... 1.507

Esclusas de Gatun ... 222

Las Cruces
(4 viajes) .......... 746


Reina Manuelita
S (I viaje) ............ 20
4 barcos de
pasajeros ..... .... 2.193

TOTAL ............... 4.688
Informaci6n suministrada
per el Servicio de Guias.


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