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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: September 25, 1964
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 )
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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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Bibliographic ID: UF00094771
Volume ID: VID00477
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 02582102
lccn - 83642750
issn - 0364-8044
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Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

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Gift of the Panama Canal Museum,9

THE PANAMA CANAL




Spillwa y


Vol. III, No. 14 50 Years of Service .. To World Commerce Friday, September 25, 1964



UNITED FUND DRIVE KICKS OFF MONDAY,



GOAL FOR CANAL ZONE IS $142,500


Dwarfed by one of the huge 44-yard scrapers used to remove earth from the Las Cascadas-Bas Obispo Reaches,
Joseph G. Moretti, Sr., President of Moretti Company congratulates the Moretti and Harrison project engineer
Blair Henderson as one of the final phases of the Cut widening project comes to a close.



Last Shovel of Dirt Ends


1 Phase of Cut Widening


Last week one of the last phases
of the $43,700,000 long-range pro-
gram for widening the Panama Ca-
nal Channel from 300 to 500 feet,
came to a close.
The last yard of the 51/ million
cubic yards of earth overburden be-
ing removed under this contract was
carried away by one of the four
44-yard scrapers which have been
working on the project since Jan-
uary 1963. The contractor complet-
ed the work more than a month ahead
of schedule.
Present to see the last load carried
away was Joseph G. Moretti, Sr.,
President of the Moretti Company,
which, in a joint venture with Nat
Harrison of Miami, Fla., made the


Disability Relief

Checks Will Be

Given Sept. 30

Checks for former employees of
the Panama Canal organization who
receive disability relief payments,
will be distributed September 30 in-
stead of October 1, it has been an-
nounced at Balboa Heights.
The change in the payday from
the first of the month to the last day
of the month will be for this payday
only and is being made because Oc-
tober 1 is a holiday in Panama.
The checks will be available as
usual on September 30 during the
regular officer hours at the Treasur-
er's Office in Ancon and at the First
Baptist Church in Cristobal.


low bid of slightly more than 45 cents
a cubic yard or a total base bid of
approximately $2,500,000. Also pre-
sent to see the job come to a close
were Charles McG. Brandl, who serv-
ed until recently as the Panama Ca-
nal Cut Widening project engineer
and Blair Henderson, project engi-
neer for Moretti and Harrison.
The contractors began actual ex-
cavation of the overburden on the
31/2-mile Las Cascadas-Bas Obispo
Reaches on January 21, 1963-3 days
after their equipment arrived and
was unloaded at the mouth of the
Mandinga River. The equipment
consisted of the biggest power scrap-
ers ever used on the Isthmus together
with supporting bulldozers, rippers,
cranes, service trucks, and miscel-
laneous minor items of equipment.
After 1 month of operation, the
contractors were ahead of schedule
and never fell behind although they
were permitted to halt twice dur-
ing unfavorable weather and were


required to handle considerable un-
anticipated slide material.
In removing the 5,500,000 cubic
yards of rock and earth, the big
tandem powered scrapers, at times,
moved as much as 10,000 cubic
yards each during a 2-shift day. The
average amount moved by each ma-
chine on a 2-shift day for the whole
period of work was from 2,000 to
3,000 cubic yards.
Still to be done is the final phase
of the Canal widening project the
first phase of which is scheduled to
be advertised for bids next year. The
remaining work consists of the ex-
cavation of approximately 12 mil-
lion cubic yards of material down to
a maximum depth of 48 feet below
average water level.
This project will complete the
widening of Gaillard Cut to a width
of 500 feet and permit all but the
largest ships to pass each other in
the narrowest part of the Canal even
during nighttime transits.


ANTI-RABIES SHOTS

REQUIRED FOR PETS


A reminder for returned summer
vacationers: If you didn't get the ini-
tial notice, all dogs and cats must
be registered and inoculated against
rabies immediately.
Special tags will be issued for cats
for $2. The inoculation form for
a cat and/or a dog must be forward-
ed with a $2 money order to the
License Section of the Civil Aflairs
Bureau, Balboa. Licenses are in ef-


feet for the period ending July 31,
1965.
Inoculations will be given at the
Veterinary Clinic at Corozal for a
dog or cat that is 4 months of age
or older. An appointment may be
made by calling Balboa 2883.
Inoculations for dogs or cats may
be obtained on Mondays between 10
and 11 a.m. at the Northern District
Sanitation Office in Rainbow City.


20 Agencies Involved

In Single Campaign


The 1964 Canal Zone United Fund
Campaign starts on Monday, Septem-
ber 28.
On Monday a keyman will ask
every Canal Zone employee for a
contribution to the Canal Zone Unit-
ed Fund. Every employee in every
Government agency in the Canal
Zone will be given the opportunity
to support the community agencies
in the United Fund to the extent he
deems best. Employees of some U.S.
Government agencies in Panama also
are a part of the campaign.
The goal is $142,500. It's a lot of
money. But there are 20 worthwhile,
deserving agencies to be supported,
and each one requires funds.
The 1964 Canal Zone United Fund
Campaign is scheduled to run from
September 28 to November 14. The
dates are set to coincide with certain
paydays. But perhaps we don't need
this much time. If everyone gives
a fair share the first day of the cam-
paign, the job will be done and the
campaign will be over. Think what
this means-if everyone gives his fair
share-the campaign could be suc-
cessfully completed in a day.
So, don't worry about the other
fellow; just think how grateful you
would be for the existence and the
availability of these community agen-
cies if you had need of them. Re-
member that this is a once-a-year
campaign, not something that comes
back and back for donations. So
make a substantial gift now and feel
a glow of satisfaction for a whole
year in having helped the community
in a broad, unselfish way.
Health seems foremost in the
minds of many residents of the Isth-
mus. The Canal Zone's Heart As-
sociation, Cancer Committee, Tuber-
culosis Association and Committe for
Aid to Handicapped Persons are
members of the United Fund. They
account for nearly $25,000 of the
goal.
Two welfare organizations, the
Salvation Army and the Atlantic Re-
ligious Workers' Christmas Basket
Fund account for $19,500.


In recreation, the YMCAs at Bal-
boa and Cristobal, the Jewish Wel-
fare Board, the USO and Latin
American Communities Summer
Recreation Program are very ac-
tive. Their budgeted amounts total
$27,600.
The American Red Cross continues
to furnish community service on a
broad front. The United Fund has
budgeted $22,000 for this.
The biggest participating agencies
are the International Boy Scouts and
Girl Scouts and the Canal Zone
Council, Boys Scouts and Girl Scouts.
Their total allotment is $46,400.
There are other token agencies in-
cluded in the field of national and
international welfare but the amount
involved is small.
Although the United Fund would
prefer to have all donations made to
it as a whole, any individual may
designate all or part of his contribu-
tion for any specific participating
agency he desires. Since the budget
was planned on a basis of meeting
the needs of all agencies, such de-
signation is not helpful, but will be
honored if made.
Contribution may be made in
cash, by check, and, for many em-
ployees, by payroll deduction. Pan-
ama Canal and Canal Zone Govern-
ment employees for example, may
designate a stated amount to be de-
ducted by payroll deduction over a
stated period.
For the first time, a new scheme
is available. A stated amount may
be deducted from each pay period
all around the year. Thus a deduc-
tion of $1 per pay period is a total
of $26. A deduction of $2 per pay
period would mean a total gift of
$52. This is an easy way to spread
your giving throughout the year and
yet be more generous than otherwise.
Keymen will have information
about each agency ready for you,
on September 28th. Feel free to ask
questions of you keyman. And be
sure to ask yourself-am I giving my
fair share?


Here Are Goals


For CZ Bureaus
The Bureau goals in the 1964 Canal Zone United Fund
Campaign are as follows:
Staff Units ............ ...... ........ . $3,500
Office of the Comptroller ................ 4,000
Personnel .............................. 1,500
TOTAL STAFF UNITS $9,000

M arine ............................. $16,200
Transportation and Terminals ............ 8,200
Supply and Community Service ........... 7,400
Engineering and Construction ............ 13,500
Civil Affairs ................... . . 12,000
H health ................................. 7,500
TOTAL $73,800


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THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


September 25, 1964


At The Movies


Week Beginning Saturday,

Disaster rea \idSeptember 26, 1964
Disaster Area Aid "Tt:6;9,
BALBOA
A d (Air Conditioned)
Sat.-Sun., 1:15, 5:00, 8:15--Mon., 7:30-
Ad b y Tues., 7:30-Kiss Of The Vampire
Wed.-Thurs., 7:30-Sunday In New York
An appeal for household goods, Day holiday in Panama and the Ca- Fri., 7:00-Never So Few
clothing and furniture to help victims nal Zone.
of the recent tornado in Bocas del Nomination of officers will be an- DIABLO HEIGHTS


Toro has been issued by the Balboa
section of the Salvation Army.
Donations may be turned in to
any fire station in the Canal Zone.
The material will be collected there
by the Salvation Army for distribu-
tion in the disaster area.



Election Set

November 4
Wednesday, November 4, will be
election day in the Canal Zone.
It was unanimously agreed at an
executive meeting of U.S. civic coun-
cils Tuesday in the Governor's Board
Room that the annual election of
officers for all U.S. civic councils
will take place on November 4, the
day after the Panama Independence



See About

Your Right

To Vote!
U.S. citizen employees and their
wives should look to their voting
rights in the coming presidential
election. Many States have revised
voting laws recently in regard to
overseas employees of the U.S. Gov-
ernment.
In most States, for example, it is
possible now for overseas civilians
to register by mail, while Arkansas,
North Dakota, and Texas require no
registration. The time to register to
vote is right now!
The Federal Post Card Applica-
tion (popularly known as FPCA) for
absentee voting can be obtained by
telephoning the office of the Deputy
Personnel Director, 2-2625, or in per-
son at room 243-A in the Adminis-
tration Building at Balboa Heights.


inounced later.


Hygienist

Takes Post
William T. Marr, industrial hygien-
ist, has joined the staff of the Canal
Zone Health Bureau's Preventive
Medicine Division. His job will be
to help protect Panama Canal em-
ployees and the community from
toxic hazards of atmosphere, solvents,
and allied dangers.
He was born in Virginia and is a
graduate of North Carolina Univer-
sity with bachelor of science and
master of public health degree. He
served in the U.S. Air Force from
1942 to 1946.
Prior to coming to the Canal Zone,
he was Chief, Industrial Hygiene
Division, Long Beach Navy Ship-
yard, Calif.



Play Cast

Selected
The Theatre Guild has completed
casting for its October play, Summer
in New York, a hilarious bedroom
farce.
Gloria Green will play the part
of the 22-year-old newspaperwoman
from Albany, who is undecided be-
tween her rich and demanding fian-
ce (George Budjen) and a newly ac-
quired boy friend from Philadelphia
(Mike Kocher).
Minor roles are played by Kathy
Casey and Johann Meyer in support
of the various comedy situations.
All the action takes place in the
New York apartment of the news-
paperwoman's big brother, an air-
line pilot, played by Don Wilcox.


FOR BEST RESULTS

- PLAY IT COOL!
(EDITo's NOTE: This is one in a se-
ries of articles designed to provide in- -
formation that will make your house-
hold and related maintenance prob-
lems easier. Units providing mainten-
ance service have cooperated with
the Supply and Community Service
Bureau to make this information
available.)


Play it cool man! To come home
to an air-conditioned house after be-
ing under the tropical sun is wonder-
ful-specially if you know how to
keep your air-conditioner working at
top efficiency.
Even if you prefer freezing weath-
er, avoid running your machine at
its coldest point. This removes mois-
ture from inner walls and causes
cracking of woodwork, cabinets and
paint. Also, moisture on the outside
walls exposed to normal tempera-
tures will condense, damaging paint
and causing extensive mildew.
Water dripping from the machine
onto the overhang often splashes
against the walls, causing damage
and fungus growth on frame struc-
tures. Exterior walls are affected by
air-conditioners, and require more
frequent painting than other parts
of the house.
So much for the outside of your
home. Now let's take a look inside.
Watch out for stains, damage or
wood rot on interior walls and floors


made by moisture dripping from the
shell of the air-conditioner. It may
be due to improper installation, over-
cooling, or a choked drain. If it
isn't any of these, the cause may be
the accumulated sludge in the ma-
chine. In that case it should be re-
moved and given a good "spring
cleaning."
Some machines require insulation
to prevent water condensation on
the shell, and it's a good idea to put
a drain pan under the air-condition-
er to avoid damages.
And . back to the cold weather
lovers. Did you know that experi-
ments by the Navy in the tropics in-
dicate it is unhealthy to drastically
lower temperature by air-condition-
ing. So try to keep within the 75
to 78 degrees average. A good rule
is to keep interior temperature not
more than 10 degrees below the out-
side temperature.


Saturday night-Strait-Jacket
Sun., 2:00, 7:00-Mon., 7:00-Alone
Against Rome
Tues.-From The Terrace
Wed.-The Young Stranger
Thurs.-Mister Scoutmaster
Fri.-Son Of Flubber
Friday, Owl Show 10 p.m.-A Slight Case
Of Larceny

GAMBOA
Saturday night 8:15 p.m.-The Three
Stooges Go Round The World In A Daze
Sun.-Son Of Flubber
Mon.-NO SHOW
Tues.-Twilight Of Honor
Wed.-Alone Against Rome
Thurs.-NO SHOW
Fri.-Mister Scoutmaster

COCO SOLO
(Air Conditioned)
Sat. night-Sun., 2:00, 7:00-Hard Day's
Night
Mon.-Bride For Sale
Tues.-Mothra
Wed.-Thurs.-Love With The Proper
Stranger
Fri.-Hootenanny Hoot

MARGARITA *
Saturday night-Who's Been Sleeping. In
My Bed
Sun., 2:00 p.m. Matinee-The Barbarian
And The Geisha
Sunday night-Mon., 7:00-The Best Man
Tues.-A Certain Smile
Wed.-Journey To The Center Of The
Earth
Thurs.-Law Of The Lawless
Fri.-The Three Stooges Go Round The
World In A Daze
Fri., Owl Show 10 p.m.-Twelve To The
Moon

GATUN
Saturday night-Sun., 2:00 p.m.-Carousel
Sunday night 7:00-Strait-Jacket
Mon.-NO SHOW
Tues.-Law Of The Lawless
Wed.-NO SHOW
Thurs.-Journey To The Center Of The
Earth
Fri.-The Best Man

"All night shows begin at 7:00 p.m.
except as shown.


'BHS STUDENT DESCRIBES

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(Gary Vaucher, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. John Vaucher of Los
Rios, was honored by being se-
lected to participate in the Na-
tional Science Training Program
for High Ability Students held at
Asbury College, Wilmore, Ky.
Cary, although he had completed
only the sophomore year at Bal-
boa High School, finished second
in his area of study, biology. He
wrote this account of his experi-
ence.)

In March 1964, Mr. Cook, my bi-
ology teacher at Balboa High School,
showed me a pamphlet: "National
Science Foundation Summer Science
Training Program for High Ability
Students." It had addresses of co-
leges that provide advanced courses
or research for students with high
abilities.
Through his encouragement, I
wrote for information. I selected a
few colleges, applied for the courses,
and was accepted at Asbury College,
Wilmore, Ky., to study biology. The
program began on June 15 and end-
ed on August 7.
Getting there several days in ad-
vance was good because I got to
know the NSF staff, college students,
and Wilmore, the town nearest the
campus.
June 15 was orientation day and
all 58 of the NSF students were
given name tags to wear until we
got to know each other. That night
the college held a reception for us.
There were three courses offered
under this program: Biological Sci-
ence Curriculum Studies course-Mo-
lecules to Man or commonly called
the Blue Version; Chemical Bond
Approach for chemistry students;
and the Physical Science Study Com-
mittee course.
All are advanced high school
courses, one of which is taught here
in Balboa High School-PSSC phy-
sics. Special labs were also offered.


Special Matinees BROU SI1DG


SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1964
BALBOA: 10:00 a.m.-Angels In The Out-
field-Paul Douglas: Comedy fantasy of
a big-league baseball manager.
(110 min.)
COCO SOLO: 2:00 p.m.-The Young Land
Pat Wayne: A tale of strife in a Mexican
border town. (95 min.)
DIABLO: 2:00 p.m.-Devil Goddess-A
jungle adventure with plenty of action.
Starring Johnny Weissmuller.
(75 min.)
GAMBOA: 2:00 p.m.-Apache Country-
Gene Autry and his famous horse in a
fast-moving Western. (80 min.)
MARGARITA: 6:15 p.m.-Francis Of As-
sisi-Bradford Dillman: Story of an ad-
venturer who exchange his sword for a
cross and rose to glory. (In Color.)
(117 min.)
GATUN: 2:00 p.m.-Wizard of Baghdad-
Dick Shawn: The most fantastic adven-
ture man or magician ever lived.
(In Color.) (100 min.)


DID YOU KNOW.. ?

Most Americans take for granted
the term "Father of his Country"
when speaking of George Washing-
ton. But who gave him this name?

The earliest know reference occurred
in Nord Americanische Kalender, a
German almanac printed at Lan-
caster, Pa., in 1779.

In the upper part of the full-page
frontispiece of the almanac is a figure
of Fame with a trumpet in one hand
and a medallic portrait labeled
"Washington" in the other. From the
trumpet come the words Des Landes
Vater-"the Father of the Country."

-GEORGE STIMPSON,
A Book About American
History, Harper & Row. Inc


COLLECTIOn J

By Eleanor Burnham


Love on a Leash is a funny book
by a young bridegroom, Kurt Unkel-
bach, who soon finds that his wife
is a "Dog Nut." His membership in
the American Society of Dog Nuts
is compulsory, but is brightened by
many lively moments. Of course
some experiences are rather bad,
such as the memorable Christmas
when 14 Labrador retrievers dine
on turkey while Unkelbach eats his
pork and beans. This semi-biography
is a spoof which will be amusing to
dog lovers but may seem too near
the truth for pleasure to those who
don't drool over Isthmian Fidos.
You Only Live Twice, the title of
the latest James Bond adventure
gives the reader a queer sense of
foreboding. Ian Fleming, its pro-
lific author, died last month. In this
latest novel, his famous hero, James
Bond, is sent on a harrowing mission
to the Orient. According to reports
Fleming, at the time of his death,
had finished one last James Bond
story which soon will be published.
Deepdown River is a new novel
by Neill C. Wilson with its locale
in the beautiful mountain country
of north-central Idaho. The story
is told by Jamie, the younger son,
who is 12 years old at the beginning
of the story. At the end he is a
construction engineer coming home
again to dam Deepdown River for a
power project. This a warm, whole-
some story of affectionate family life
and is quite a pleasant change from


the grim and sordid novels now so
common in modem fiction.
Biffen's Millions, a light-hearted
story by P. G. Wodehouse is one
more in the long series by "the most
prolific and original writer of light
social comedy in English and prob-
ably in the world." This is the opin-
ion of John W. Aldridge who tells
us that Wodehouse's works have been
translated into dozens of languages
including Polish and Chinese. Biffen's
Millions is the author's 68th book.
The Antagonists is a thriller by
William Haggard in which his Col-
onel Russell of the Security Exchange
goes after the people behind the at-
tempted assassination of a VIP scien-
tist. Haggard is top-notch among so-
phisticated British spy writers. This
one upholds the tradition.
Gauguin is a fascinating account
of the life of the great French paint-
er written by Henri Perruchet and
translated by Humphrey Hare. The
author has discovered and talked
with former friends of Gauguin, has
gone through many unpublished doc-
uments in private collections and
thus has been able to throw new
light on the story of Gauguin's life.
The book is illustrated by details
from Gauguin's work, photographs
of his family and friends, and sketch-
es of the painter by other artists.
There is a brief account of Gauguin's
months in Panama. This is a wonder-
ful book which will appeal to all Isth-
mian art lovers.


Page 2


NEWS ROUNDUP


AY VOUCHER
GARYVAUCHER


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In all three sections we averaged 6
hours a day in classes, 2 hours of
lecture and 4 hours of lab. Special
lab was twice a week.
The biology section was divided
into three special labs. We could
take our choice of one.
In spite of all this class work, we
were allowed plenty of time for rec-
reation. In our free time we could
participate in golf, tennis, basketball,
swimming, and tumbling, or wash
our clothes, iron, clean our rooms, or
study.
Every Saturday the NSF had
something planned for us to do. One
Saturday we played miniature golf
and on another we went to Mam-
moth Caves. We also saw the Ste-
phen Foster Memorial play and had
a tour of some horse farms.
The weeks went by swiftly and be-
fore long, we were in our last week
with finals coming up. On Thurs-
day, August 6, we had our finals.
Thursday night we had closing
exercises. Many parents attended.
Diplomas were given to show that
we had earned a year's credit in 8
weeks.
When I went forward to receive
my award for second achievement in
a class of 20 students and for hav-
ing 1 of the 3 A's in biology, I
knew that the studying had been
worth it.








September 25, 1964


Page 3


THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


SCN-TV SCHEDULE
SUNDAY
1:00-SCN NEWS (English)
1:05-Paerade of Sports
3:30--Sunday
4:30-National Golf Tourney
6:00- Close Up
6:30-CBS Sports Spectacular
7:00-This Is The Life
7:30--Danny Thomas
8:00-Ed Sullivan
8:55-SCN NEWS (English)
9:00--Joey Bishop Show
9:30-Headlines
10:00-FINAL EDITION
10:10-Football Scoreboard
10:30--Movie Time:
"The Great Hospital Mystery"
MONDAY
4:00-Afternoon
5:30-Wonders of the World
6:00-NEWS 30
6:30-Password
6:55-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
7:05-Navy Notebook
7:30-Mayor of the Town
8:00-SCN NEWS (English)
8:05-Bob Cummings
8:30- Tell It To The Camera
9:00-Mr. Adam & Eve
9:30--Markham
10:00-FINAL EDITION
10:15-Steve Allen
11:30-Ted Mack
TUESDAY
4:00- Afternoon
5:30-Report
6:00-NEWS 30
6:30-"I've Got A Secret"
6:55-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
7:05-Coronado 9
7:30-Andy Griffith
8:00-SCN NEWS (English)
8:05-Battleline
8:30-Redigo
9:00-SCN Special of the Week:
10:00-FINAL EDITION
10:15-Armchair Theater:
"Lillian Russell"
WEDNESDAY
4:00-Afternoon
5:30- True Adventure
6:00-NEWS 30
6:30-To Tell the Truth
6:55-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
7:05-Men of Annapolis
7:30-Star Playhouse
8:00-SCN NEWS (English)
8:05-Victor Borge Special
9:00-Desilu Playhouse:
10:00-FINAL EDITION
10:15-Tonight Show
11:30-Royal Playhouse
THURSDAY
4:00-Afternoon
5:30- Science Reports
6:00-NEWS 30
6:30-Report
6:55-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
7:05-The Unexpected
7:30-The Real McCoys
8:00-SCN NEWS (English)
8:05-On Broadway Tonight
9:00-Death Valley Days
9:30-All Star Theater
10:00-FINAL EDITION
10:15-Social Security In Action
10:30-American Business System
11:00-The Chevy Mystery Theater
FRIDAY
3:00-SCN NEWS
3:05-How Many Homes
4:00- Afternoon
5:30- Report
6:00-NEWS 30
6:30-Science In Action
6:55-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
7:05-Ripcord
7:30-Price Is Right
8:00-SCN NEWS (English)
8:05-My Favorite Martian
8:30-Five Star Jubilee
9:00-Celebrity Game
9:30-Star and the Story
10:00-FINAL EDITION
10:15-Sports Time
10:45-Friday Nite Movie
SATURDAY
1:00- SCN NEWS (English)
1:05-Cartoon Carnival
1:50-Great Drama
2:03- Capt. Kangaroo
2:45-Sat. Matinee:
"Mr. Wise Guy"
3:48- American Bandstand
4:30-Pro-Bowlers Tour
5:43-Canadian Royal Mounted Police
6:00-SCN NEWS (English)
6:20-BILLBOARD
6:30-Ann Sothern
6:55-SCN NEWS (Spanish)
7:05--Big Picture
7:30-Target
8:00-SCN NEWS (English)
8:05-4-Star Theater
8:30-King of Diamonds
9:00-Lawrence Welk
10:00-FINAL EDITION
10:15-SCN Invitational Bowling
11:15-Wrestling from Hollywood



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day. Mail material to PANAMX-
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SHE'S FOR THE BIRDS, AND



.. THE BIRDS ARE FOR HER!


Feathered i


Friends Are


Critics, Too!


Sixteen pair of critical eyes watch
every brush stroke taken by Miss
Mary L. Clark, R.N., when she works
at her easel at her Diablo home. Nor
are her critics silent, for most of
them are talking parrots and macaws,
with a beautiful cocaktoo from Aus-
tralia for additional class.
Miss Clark, who is a p.m. super-
visor at Gorgas Hospital, (which
means she is on duty from 3 to 11
p.m.), usually paints in her spare
time. She has had her work acclaim-
ed by art critics, and she has sold
most of her paintings.
Cy, a gold and blue macaw from
Lima, Peru, sat on her shoulder as
she explained that her bird family
started-as families usually do-with
one. She was walking on Fourth of
July Avenue in Panama City one
day years ago when she saw a for-
lorn bird for sale. She felt sorry
for the poor bird and bought it.
Never before or since had she seen
a bird like that one, and Miss Clark
became interested in the tropical
feathered species.
Next she happened to go through
the Panama City market, and again
felt sorry for a poor caged parrot.
That bird went home with her, too.
A Peruvian festival parrot was add-
ed to her bird family when Miss
Clark visited Lima, Peru and the
market there. The festival parrot
had belonged to an old Peruvian In-
dian and probably had never heard
a word of English before Miss Clark
acquired it. But language was no
barrier. Three days later, and back
in the Canal Zone, the bird piped
up as Miss Clark was leaving for
Gorgas, "Bye now. Have to go to
work."
A dwarf macaw, purchased on
Chiva Chiva trail in Panama, usually
goes shopping with Miss Clark. This
type of macaw is relatively rare.
The conversational span of the dwarf
macaw doesn't go much farther than
"Hello Papa." Now and then this
macaw lets loose mildly with a bit


Local Boy


Enrolled


At Citadel

Cadet Harry D. Foster, Jr., son of
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Foster, Sr. of
Balboa was among the 680 freshmen
who completed "Plebe Week" at The
Citadel in Charleston, S.C. recently.
Upperclassmen registered and class-
es began on September 17.
Following traditions evolved at the
military college since its founding
in 1842, freshmen cadets are indoc-
trinated during a week of concen-
trated training prior to the reporting
of upperclassmen. This enables them
to take their place as members of
the South Carolina Corps of Cadets
when it forms upon the arrival of
the cadets of the upper classes.
During "Plebe Week" the fresh-
men underwent instruction in drill,
college regulations, honor system,
traditions of The Citadel, and other
training necessary to assist each new
cadet in developing quickly so that
he could assume his position in class-
room or on the parade ground.


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Two critics watch every brush stroke as Miss Mary L. Clark, R.N. adds the finishing touches to one of her lovely
paintings. Cy, on her shoulder, is a blue and gold macaw. Keeping a sharp eye on Cy, as well as the painting,
is a dwarf macaw familiar known in his bird circles as "Papa." In the background are other members of the
feathered family, in cages Miss Clark made.


of noisy chatter, but the festival par-
rot mutters "Papa, will you shut up!"
and puts an end to THAT nonsense.
The dwarf macaw, incidentally,
exhibits the human trait of jealousy.
Should Miss Clark leave him behind
when she goes out for a walk, or
shopping-and the macaw seems to
know when she is not on duty-the
macaw shows his displeasure by
pulling out his own tail feathers.
The beautiful long-tailed blue and
gold macaw was acquired by Miss
Clark when the bird was a sickly
baby. She gently nursed the bird
back to health and now Cy is a gen-


tie, loving, wonderful pet, with a
36-inch wingspread.
Beside painting, Miss Clark makes
her own bird cages. With so large
a bird family, bird cages would run
into money. She has experimented
and now is able to make large, at-
tractive cages that are furnished with
bird "toys," such as sets of alumi-
num measuring spoons and little
bells.
When she goes on leave, as she
plans to do in the near future, the
bird family presents no problem.
There's a waiting list of persons who
look forward to the pleasure of the


company of one of Miss Clark's
birds.
Where is she going on vacation?
Sao Paulo, Brazil, to visit a friend-
and Brazil is noted for its beautiful
birds!
Miss Clark was born in Georgia
and is a graduate of Emory Univer-
sity in Georgia. Before coming here
she worked in a hospital for Co-
manche and Kiowa Indians in Okla-
homa. And after some time in the
Oklahoma dryness and dust storms
she longed to be surrounded by wa-
ter. The Canal Zone was the an-
swer, and here she is.


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Alabama Battleship Commission Flags were presented to the Panama Canal pilots who brought the veteran battle-
ship USS Alabama in from the Balboa anchorage and then piloted the battleship through the Canal recently.
Capt. Elmer G. Abbott (right), Port Captain, Balboa, is shown presenting the Alabama Battleship Commission
flags to Capt. Irving G. Hay (center) of Balboa, who was control pilot in charge, and to Capt. Luther G. Bradshaw
of Balboa, who assisted him in the transit. Three other Panama Canal pilots who helped the USS Alabama in the
transit and who also received the battleship commission flags are Captains Evans, McDaniel, and Calloway.







THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


September 25, 1964


Panama's Olympic


Team Is Ready;


Three CZ Athletes to Participate


Delegation Will Leave


For Tokyo Wednesday
A Panamanian athletic delegation, Icy, daughter of Eric Oakley, as-
three of whose members reside in sistant manager in the Balboa House-
Panama Canal communities, will wares Annex; Jean Holmes Mitchell,
leave Wednesday, September 30, for wife of Howard Mitchell, formerly
Tokyo, Japan, via Los Angeles, to of Paraiso and now of New Jersey.
compete in the Olympics in the Jap- Trainer of the track team is Car-
anese capital October 10 to 24. los Belizaire, who attended the Olym-
Part of Panama's hope for Olym- pie games in Rome in 1960 with an-
pic honors are pinned on the women other Panamanian delegation.
track stars, whose members are Lor- Marlene Worthington and Capt.
raine Dunn, daughter of William Luis M. Tovar, Jr., will compete in
Dunn of Pedro Miguel, a timekeep- the fencing events. The former has
er in the Navigation Division; Mar- appeared in international competi-
cella Daniel, daughter of James tions in Latin America and the United
Daniel of Paraiso, foreman in the States. At present she is in London
Maintenance Division; Delceita Oak- and will travel to Tokyo by plane
with the British delegation.
Panama will be represented in the
wrestling events by Eduardo Camp-
bell, Sion E. Cohen and Alfonso Gon-
izalez. Trainer is Luis Friedman,
former Olympic wrestler.
Ildefonso Lee, a young Panama
I architect, will be the Panamanian
*. e 4 representative in weight lifting. He
was runner-up in the featherweight
class in the Panamerican games in
Sao Paulo, Brazil, in 1963.
Alfonso "Peppermint" Frazer, 17-
year-old boxer who has won nine
fights,-all his fights since he made
his first appearance as a boxer Aug-
ust 19, 1963-will represent Pan-
amanian boxers in the featherweight
class. He will be accompanied by
his trainer, Carlos de la Flor.
Aurelio Chu Yee, who is studying
in Japan, will represent Panama in
the judo competition.
Attorney Anibal Illueca, pres-
ident of the Panamanian Olympic
Track team trainer Carlos Belizaire I Committee, heads the Panama del-
hopes for a better showing by his egation. Professor Francisco Hurta-
present team than achieved by the do, secretary of the Olympic Com-
track team that appeared in the mittee, also plans to attend, together
Olympics in 1960. His stars are with Newsman Orestes bredo and
Marcella Daniel and Lorraine Dunn, with Newsman Orestes Cabredo and
who, he says, are in top condition. Dr. Olmedo Duque.



Study, Hard Work


Pay Off With Degree


Fellow workers of Theodore D.
Melanson of the Accounting Division
think he should have a new name
plate on his desk. It should read
"Theodore D. Melanson, B.S."
In addition to graduating from
Canal Zone Junior College, Ted Me-
lanson spent 9 years of evening and
summer study to get those extra two
initials after his name.
Since 1055, Melanson has been
taking evening classes at Canal Zone
Junior College and at the local ex-
tension courses offered by Louisiana
State University and Florida State
University.
Starting in 1960, he used his va-
cations to attend the summer ses-
sion at Mississippi State University.
Back he went in 1962 and again this
summer. On August 24, he receiv-
ed a bachelor of science degree with
major in accounting from the Col-
lege of Business and Industry.
Ted Melanson is in charge of the
Construction Accounting Section of
the Plant Accounting Branch. He
started with the Panama Canal in
1953 and all of his service has been
in the Office of the Comptroller. He
has been promoted four grades and
attributes this to the fact that he has
continued to study and improve his
knowledge.
He is frank to say that he hopes


his college degree will open the way
to further promotions for him.
Well known locally, Melanson has
won a lot of prizes as a champion
bowler and has announced bowling
tournaments on TV. His golf hand-
ciap is 10 to 11, although he hasn't
had time to play much lately.
At Junior College, he was on the
all-star team in baseball, football
and also was on the swimming team.
Hardest part of his education mar-
athon was that his family gave up
vacation while he was studying at
Mississippi. Melanson lives in La Bo-
ca with his wife and three children.


TED MELANSON


. MIR


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On your mark. Ready to go are three of the Panamanian track stars who will participate in the Olympics. From
left: Lorraine Dunn, Marcella Daniel and Delceita Oakley. Trainer Carlos Belizaire gives instructions.



J. W. BARROWES

NEW PRINCIPAL

AT SANTA CRUZ
Jocelyn NW. Barrowes, Rainbow
City Junior-Senior High School
teacher, has been promoted to Prin-
cipal of the San-
ta Cruz Elemen-
tary Junior High
School, it was
announced this
week by the Su- n
perintendent of
Schools. The pro-
motion will be-
come effective
September 28. BARROWES
He succeeds Grafton Conlife, who
resigned recently in order to con-
tinue his education in the United
States.
A graduate of the University of
Nebraska, Barrowes also has a mas-
ter of arts degree from the Univer-
sity of Nebraska Graduate School.
He has been a teacher in the Canal
Zone Latin American schools for the
past 6 years-4 years at the elemen-
tary level and 2 years in the second-
ary grades.
--. At the time of his promotion, he
was a teacher of English and art in
Ildefonso Lee is Panama's hope in the featherweight weightlifting tourney
at the Olympics in Tokyo next month. The above photograph was taken when the Rainbow City Junior-Senior High
Lee won the championship in the Bolivarian Games in Colombia in 1961. School.


Jamboree Set Today


The first Jamboree of the 1964-
1965 school year will take place at
the C.H.S. Stadium Friday, Septem-
ber 25, with the official opening
of the Canal Zone Football season.
A Canal Zone College team will
play a schools' division team and
then the two high school squads will
clash.
A special Jamboree train will leave
Balboa Heights station at 3:30 p.m.
Friday. Teachers will chaperone
each coach of the train, and parents
of Balboa High School students are
welcome to join the Jamboree crowd.
Buses will meet the train and will
transport the visiting students to


C.H.S. Stadium. After the game,
the buses will return the students to
Mount Hope station. The train to
Balboa will leave about 11 p.m.
Students travelling by train to the
Jamboree game are to take lunches
with them, for there will be no time
for the evening meal.
Balboa High School will be open
Saturday morning from 9:30 to
11:30 a.m. so that students may pick
up their books or clothing left at the
school.
The Jamboree at C.H.S. Stadium
will open with a parade Friday at
6 p.m. Jamboree Queens represent-
ing each team will be presented.


L. A. CIVIC COUNCIL

ELECTIONS NOV. 10
Canal Zone Latin American com-
munities will vote on November 10
for Civic Council members.
Polling locations in the various
communities will be announced later.


Last Week's Visitors


Visitors to Miraflores Locks
Visitors to Catun Locks
Las Cruces (4 tours)
Rcina Manuelita (1 tour)
Transits: Elleni.s


Total


1,412
264
S365
30
1,800

3,871


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FOnDO UnlDO DE 1964-1-


EL CANAL DE PANAMA





Spillway


IETA: $142.500


Vol. III, No. 14 50 Ailos de Servicios . Para el Comercio Mundial Viernes 25 de Septiembre de 1964


Ensanche del Canal



ENTRA EN SU FASE FINAL UNA ETAPA


La semana pasada lleg6 a su final una de las 61timas etapas
del program de largo alcance de $43,700,000 para el ensanche
del Canal de PanamA de 300 a 500 pies.
La iltima yarda de cinco y medio millones de yards c6-
bicas de tierra removida bajo este contrato, fue Ilevada por uno
de los cuatro mototraillas de 44 yards que han estado traba-
jando en el proyecto desde enero de 1963. El contratista ter-
min6 el trabajo con mAs de un mes de anticipaci6n.


Estaba present para ver llevarse
el l6timo cargamento, Joseph G. Mo-
retti, padre, president de la Moretti
Company, la cual, en una aventura
conjunta con Nat Harrison, de Mia-
mi, Florida, hizo la oferta mas baja
de un poco de mas de 45 centavos
por yarda c6bica o una oferta to-
tal de aproximadamente $2,500,000.
Tambien estaba present para ver el
trabajo en su etapa final, Charles
McG. Brandl, quien sirvi6 hasta ha-
ce poco como el ingeniero del Pro-
yecto del Ensanche del Corte del
Canal de PanamA, y Blair Hender-
son, ingeniero de proyecto para Mo-
retti y Harrison.
Los contratistas iniciaron la actual
excavaci6n de la tierra en las tres y
media millas de las Rectas Las Cas-
cadas-Bas Obispo el 21 de enero de
1963-tres dias despues de la legada
del equipo y fue descargada en la
boca del Rio Mandinga. El equipo
consisti6 en grandes y poderosos mo-
totraillas jams usados en el Istmo
junto con bulldozers, rasgadoras,
grilas, camiones y otro equipo menor.


Despues de un mes de operaci6n,
los contratistas estaban trabajando
con adelanto y nunca se quedaron
atrAs, lo que les permiti6 suspender
dos veces el trabajo debido a condi-
ciones adversas del tiempo.
Al remover las 5,500,000 yards
ciibicas de roca y tierra, los grandes
mototraillas removieron a veces has-
ta 10,000 yards cibicas durante un
dia de dos jornadas.
Todavia falta por hacer la ilti-
ma etapa del proyecto de ensanche
del Canal, cuya primera parte de-
berA salir a licitaci6n el afio pr6-
ximo. El trabajo restante consiste
en la excavaci6n de iproximada-
mente 12,000,000 de yards clbicas
de material hasta una profundidad
de 48 pies debajo del nivel normal
del agua.
Este proyecto completarA el en-
sanche del Corte Gaillard a un an-
cho de 500 pies y permitirA a todos
los barcos, con excepci6n de los mas
grandes, cruzarse en la parte mas
angosta del Canal ani durante los
trAnsitos nocturnos.


lJocelyn W. Barrowes Ascendido


,. ...i A Director, Escuela de Sta. Cruz


Joseph G. Moretti, Presidente de la Compafiia Moretti, felicita al Ingeniero del Proyecto de Moretti & Harrison,
Blair Henderson, con motive de aproximarse una de las fases finales del proyecto de ensanche del Corte Gaillard.
Obsurvese las gigantescas proporciones del mototrailla de 44 yards, utilizado en el movimiento de tierra en el
tramo Las Cascadas-Bas Obispo labor que termin6 con mis de un mes de anticipaci6n.



InlCIASE EL LUnES LA CAmPAnA

PRO-FODO nDOlD En LA ZOnA


La Campafia del Fondo Unido de
la Zona del Canal para 1964 se ini-
ciara el lunes 28 de septiembre.
El lunes un representante solici-
tarA a cada empleado de la Zona del
Canal su contribuci6n para el Fon-
do Unido de la Zona del Canal. A
cada empleado de cada agencia gu-
bernamental en la Zona del Canal
se le dara la oportunidad de apoyar
las agencies de la comunidad en el
Fondo Unido hasta done le sea po-
sible. Empleados de algunas agen-
cias del Gobierno de los Estados
Unidos en PanamA tambi6n forman
parte de la campafia.
La meta es de $142,500. Es una
gran cantidad de dinero. Pero exis-
ten 20 agencies que merecen ser
apoyadas, y cada una necesita fon-
dos.


mer dia de la campafia, el trabajo
start hecho y la campafia termina-
da. Piense lo cue esto significa-si
cada uno contribute con una suma
regular-la campafia podria comple-
tarse con ,xito en un dia.
Por lo tanto, no se preocupe por
otra persona; piense solamente lo
agradecido que estaria usted por la
existencia y disponibilidad de estas
agencies de la comunidad si tiene
necesidad de utilizarlas. Recuerde
que esta es una campafia de una vez
al afio, no algo que sucede a menu-
do para donaciones. Haga una do-
naci6n considerable ahora y sienta
la satisfacci6n durante todo un afio
de haber ayudado a la comunidad
de una manera amplia y desintere-
sada.
La salubridad parece star prime-


La Campafia del Fondo Unido de ro en las mentes de muchos residen-
la Zona del Canal de 1964 se lleva- tes del Istmo. La Asociaci6n de en-
ra a cabo desde el 28 de septiembre fermedadcs cardiacas, el Comit6 con-
hasta el 14 de noviembre. Las fc- tra el CAncer, la Asociaci6n Antitu-
chas han sido sciialadas para que herculosa y el Comit6 de Ayuda pa-
coincidan con ciertos dias de pago. ra las Personas Incapacitadas, son
Pero quizA no necesitemos esto por miembros del Fondo Unido. Cuen-
mucho tiempo. Si cada uno contri- tan para ello con casi $25,000 de la
buye con una suma regular el pri- meta.


Dos organizaciones ben6ficas, el
Ej6rcito de Salvaci6n y el Fondo de
Canasta de Navidad de los Trabaja-
dores Religiosos del AtlAntico, espe-
ran $19,500.
En cuanto a recreaci6n, los YMCA
en Balboa y Crist6bal, la Junta de
Beneficencia Judia, el USO y el Pro-
grama de Recreaci6n de Verano de
las Comunidades Latinoamericanas
son muy activos. Su presupuesto as-
ciende a $27,600.
La Cruz Roja Americana continia
suministrando servicio communal en
un vasto frente. El Fondo Unido
tiene un presupuesto de $22,800 pa-
ra esto.
Las agencies con mayor participa-
cion son los Exploradores y Mucha-
chas Guias Internacionales y el Con-
sejo de la Zona del Canal, Explora-
dores y Muchachas Guias. Su asig-
naci6n es de $46,400.
Existen otras agencies pequefias
incluidas en el campo national e in-
ternacional de la bcneficencia, pero
la cantidad envuelta es pequefia.
Aunque el Fondo Unido preferi-
ria que todas las donaciones hechas
(Pasa a la pdgina 4)


El ascenso del
Sr. Jocelyn W.
Barrowes a Di-
rector de la Es-
cuela Primaria e
Intermedia de
Santa Cruz, ha si-
do anunciada por
el Superintenden-
te de Escuelas.
El Sr. Barrowes
obtuvo su bachi-
Ilerato en la Uni-


Sr. Barrowes


versidad de Nebraska y un "master"
en artes del Colegio de Postgradua-
dos de esta escuela. El ha impar-
tido ensefianza en las escuelas Lati-
noamericanas de la Zona del Canal
durante seis afios-cuatro ainos en el
nivel primario y dos ainos en los gra-
dos secundarios. Actualmente es pro-
fesor de ingl6s y artes en la Escuela
Secundaria de Rainbow City. Sirvi6
como consejero para la University


VOTARAN POR LOS

CONCEJOS CIVICOS
Se ha fijado el 10 de no-
ciembrc como fecha para los
comicios para eleccidn de los
micmbros de los Concejos
Cicicos de las comunidades
Latinoamcricanas de la Zona
del Canal.
Proximamente .se publica-
rA la ubicacion de las mesa
de votacidn.


Settlement de la ciudad de Nueva
SYork.
El Sr. Barrowes reemplaza al
Sr. Grafton Conliffe, quien renunci6
con objeto de continuar sus studios
en los Estados Unidos. Su ascenso
entrarA en vigor el 28 de septiembre
de 1964.


VISITANTES DE LA
SEMANA
Esclusas de Miraflores 1,412
Esclusas de Gatin---n 264
Las Cruces (4 viajes)_ 365
Reina Manuelita (1 viaje) 30
Vapor "Ellenis" ____ 1,800
Total ..3,871



Piden Ayuda Para Los

Damnificados de Bocas
El Ejircito de Salvaci6n, Ca-
pitulo de Balboa, ha lanzado una
petici6n al piblico en general pa-
ra que donen utensilios donmsti-
cos, mobiliario y ropa para ayu-
dar a las victims del reciente tor-
nado que azot6 a la ciudad de
Bocas del Toro.
Se ha fijado la estaci6n de bom-
beros de la Zona del Canal como
lugar de recibo de las donaciones
que se desearen hacer para esta
cruzada. El Ej6rcito de Salva-
ci6n recolectari lo donado para
luego distribuirlo entire los habi-
tantes del Area damnificada.










SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Septiembre 25, 1964


Gente en la Noticia


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Edward Steven Mendez, Oficinista de
Operaciones de Fletes en el Dep6-
sito de Aduanas en Anc6n, esta labo-
rando para la organizaci6n del Ca-
nal de PanamA desde hace 27 afios.
Su trabajo con el Dep6sito de Adua-
nas, de la Divisi6n del Ferrocarril,
consiste en sefialar las tarifas de
fletes de toda la mercancia que lle-
ga al Dep6sito para ser embarcada.
M6ndez, que naci6 en la ciudad de
Panama, reside en Paraiso con su es-
posa Madeline Pough y sus hijos Re-
tanella, de 10 afios, y Charles, de 6.
Es miembro del C.I.O. 900 y de
la Logia Elks. Le gusta el beisbol,
jugar domin6 y al golf.


Los ingresos de Venezuela en 1963
por concept del impuesto sobre la
renta fueron de 2,500 millones de
bolivares ($560 millones), la cifra
mis alta en la historic de ese pais,
lo cual represent alrededor del 50
por ciento de todos los ingresos al
fisco.
0 0
Las reserves de divisas extranje-
ras y de oro de la Argentina han
aumentado en $5 millones, desde el
12 de octubre de 1963 al 12 de abril
de 1964. habiendose elevado a la
cifra de $323 millones.


CALENDARIO DE EVENTS

SEPTIEMBRE

29-Fiesta Patronal de San Miguel en San Miguel, Boquer6n
y Monagrillo (Chitr6).


OCTUBRE

1-Feriado en PanamA. Toma de Posesi6n del nuevo Presi-
dente de la Rep6blica de Panama.

1-6-Exposici6n individual de 61eos de Beatrix Bricefio. Pan-
arte, Parque Urraca, PanamA. Entrada gratis.

4-Fiestas Patronales de Nuestra Sefiora del Rosario en San
Miguel.

4-Semana de Prevenci6n de Incendios.

7-Apertura de la exhibici6n del artist chileno Rodolfo
Opazo. Panarte, Parque Urraca, PanamA. 8 p.m.

10-Aniversario de la Proclamaci6n de la Republica China.

12-Dia de la Raza. Columbus Day.

15-Charla del catedrAtico Dr. Baltazar Isaza y Calder6n
sobre "El Teatro Escuela de la Vida". Panarte, Parque
Urraca, Panama. 8:30 p.m. Gratis.

16-31-Feria Comercial auspiciada por el Fondo Unido de la
Zona del Canal Corozal.

21-Procesi6n del Cristo Negro en Portobelo.

21-Inauguraci6n de una exhibici6n de reproducciones de
Picasso. Lugar: Panarte, Parque Urraca, PanamA.


Luther C. Parris es un miembro del
Cuerpo de Bomberos de la Zona del
Canal con servicio en el Cuartel de
Balboa. Lleva ya 8 aiios al servicio
de la organizaci6n del Canal de Pa-
nama, a la cual ingres6 el 6 de junior
de 1956. Antes de trabajar para el
Cuerpo de Bomberos prest6 servicios
en el Ejircito de los Estados Uni-
dos. El bombero Parris naci6 en
PanamA y reside en Paraiso con su
esposa Hilda y sus hijos Mercedes,
de 13 aiios; Carlos, de 9; Cornelia,
de 7 y Emilio de 4. Es un gran
aficionado al beisbol, volleyball, bo-
xeo, nataci6n y juego de damas.


La Aluminum Company of Ame-
rica ha adquirido el 30 por ciento del
valor de la firma colombiana CAPCO,
de BogotA, que se dedica a la fabri-
caci6n de articulos de aluminio.
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El Consejo Monetario Centroame-
ricano, que proyecta tener su domi-
cilio social en San Salvador, ha crea-
do un comit6 que se ocuparA de la
political del cambio extranjero y de
la compensaci6n bancaria, y que
reemplazarA a la CAmara de Com-
pensaci6n que venia funcionando en
Tegucigalpa, Honduras.




SPILLWAY
Publicaci6n official del Canal de Pana-
mA. Se autoriza la reproducci6n ya
fuere verbal o escrita de cualquier
cr6nica o noticia aqui aparecida, sin
necesidad de solicitud expresa.
ROBERT J. FLEMING, Jr.
Gobernador de la Zona del Canal
DAVID S. PARKER
Vicegobernador
FRANK A. BALDWIN
Jefe de la Oficina de Informaci6n
La informaci6n que se deseare publicar
en el SPILLWAY debe ser enviada a la
oficina del Jefe de Prensa. Dirigir la
correspondencia a PANAMA CANAL
SPILLWAY, Apartado M, Balboa, Zona
del Canal.


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CANAL 2
DOMINGO
11:30- Documental
12:00- Peleas que hicieron historic
12:30-Show del Mediodia
2:00-Cine en su casa
3:30-Teleteatro
4:30-Fiesta de Estrellitas
5:00-Carnaval de Cartones
5:30-Teatro Dominical
6:00-Estampida
7:00-Intriga en Hawai
8:00-El Especticulo MAs Grande
del Mundo
9:00- El Vagabundo
9:30- Teleteatro


LUNES

11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:15-Peter Gun
12:45- Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
1:45-Avances
2:00- Tardes Filmicas
3:30-Reportajes Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
6:30- Noticias
7:00-El Niiio del Circo
7:30- Mister Ed
8:00-El Detective Millonario
9:00-Foro.de Opini6n
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Teleteatro


MARTES

11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:15-Peter Gun
12:45- Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
1:45-Avances
2:00-Tardes Filmicas
3:30-Reportajes Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Robhln
6:30- Noticias
7:00-Show de Donna Reed
7:30-Fuego de Juventud
8:00-El Fugitivo
9:00-La Marina de McHale
9:30-E1 Abogado Audaz
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Teletcatro

MIERCOLES

11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:15-Peter Gun
12:45- Noticias
1:00- Show de la Una
1:45-Avances
2:00- Tardes Filmicas
3:30-Reportajes Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
6:30- Noticias
7:00-Buggs Bunny
7:30-Blanquita Amaro
8:00-Los Detectives
9:00-El Show de Lucy
9:30-Alfred Hitchcock
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Teleteatro

JUEVES

11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:15--Peter Gun
12:45- Noticias
1:00- Show de la Una
1:45-Avances
2:00- Tardes Filmicas
3:30-Reportajes Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
6:30-Noticias
7:00-El Rebelde
7:30- Show Internacional
8:30-Arresto y Juicio
10:00-Noticias
10:15-Teleteatro

VIERNES

11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:15-Peter Gun
12:45- Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
1:45-Avances
2:00--Tardes Filmicas
3:30-Reportajes Mundiales
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Los Angeles Azules
7:30-Picapiedras
8:00-Combate
9:00-La Ciudad Desnuda
10:00- Noticias
10:15-Teleteatro

SABADO

11:30-Carnaval de Cartones
12:15-Peter Gun
12:45- Noticias
1:00-Programa Femenino
1:30-Tardes Filmicas
3:00-Sarao de Tevedos
4:00-Teleteatro de las 4
5:30-Carnaval de Cartones
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Capitin Marte y XL-5
7:30-Teatro de Lloyd Bridges
8:00-Ben Casey
9:00-Rumbo a lo Desconocido
10:00-Noticias
10:15--Teleteatro


En Su Pantalla


PARAISO SANTA CRUZ RAINBOW CITY
Viernes 25 -_--- Wall Of Noise North To Alaska and Blowing Wild
The Walls Of Jerico
Owl Show 10 p.m. Owl Show 10 p.m.
Young Guns Of Texas Heaven Knows Mr. Allyson
SAbado 26 __-_- Tarzan's Three Challenges Call Me Bwana Freckles
Domingo 27 y The Victors Under The Yum Yum Tree Strait-Jacket
Lunes 28---
Martes 29___ _- Never On Sunday The Fiend Of Dope Island and Firebrand and
Walking Target The Deep Blue Sea
Miercoles 30_ -- The Fiend Of Dope Island and Never On Sunday Strangers On A Train
Walking Target
Jueves, Oct. 1___ Ten North Frederick and The Main Attraction North To Alaska and
Yellow Sky The Walls Of Jerico


Viernes 2______


The Main Attraction


Owl Show 10 p.m.
3 Worlds Of Gulliver


Ten North Frederick and
Yellow Sky


Wall Of Noise

Owl Show 10 p.m.
Young Guns Of Texas


Pigina 2


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CANAL 4
DOMINGO
10:00-Todo por la Patria
10:30-Hombres Celebres
10:45-Silvese Quien Pueda
11:30- Cita Informal
12:00-Repriss: Novela Semanal
2:00-Repriss: Novela Juvenil
4:00-Festival de Cartones
4:30-Desde el Hip6dromo
5:30-La Comedia Silente
6:00-Disneylandia
7:00-Bonanza
8:00-Espionaje
9:00-Ruta 66
10:00-Pelicula
LUNES
11:30-Titeres y C6micas
12:25-Yo quiero a Lucy
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y Deportivo
12:55-Informativo del Mediodia
1:15- Novela Semanal
4:00-Documental
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-Novela de las 5
5:30-La Novela Juvenil
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-La Ley del Rev6lver
7:00- Noticias
7:30-Aventuras de Rin Tin Tin
8:00-Kraft Musical
8:30- Novela
9:00-Novela de las 9
9:30-Los Intocables
10:30-Teatro Franc6s
11:00-El Mundo al Vuelo
MARTES
11:30-Titeres y C6micas
12:25- Cindido Pdrez
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y Deportivo
12:55-Informativo del Mediodia
1:15-Novela Semanal
4:00- Documental
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-Novela de las 5
5:30-La Novela Juvenil
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-El Pijaro Loco
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Estudio Pepsi
8:00-La Hora Continental
8:30-Novela
9:00-Novela de las 9
9:30-Los Defensores
10:30-La Cuerda Floja
11:00-E1 Mundo al Vuelo
MIERCOLES
11:30-Titeres y C6micas
12:25-Randall el Justiciero
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y Deportivo
12:55--Informativ del Mediodia
1:15-Novela Semanal
4:00-Documental
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-Novela de las 5
5:30-La Novela Juvenil
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30--Ivanhoe
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Sir Francis Drake
8:00-C6micos y Canciones
8:30-Novela
9:00-Novela de las 9
9:30-Dr. Kildare
10:30-Cita con la Muerte
11:00-El Mundo al Vuelo
JUEVES
11:30-Titeres y C6micas
12:25-Pete y Gladys
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y Deportivo
12:55-Informative del Mediodia
1:15-Novela Semanal
4:00-Documental
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-Novela de las 5
5:30-La Novela Juvenil
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Lassie
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Samurai
8:00-La Hora de Orange Crush
8:30-Novela
9:00-Novela de las 9
9:30-Dick Powell
10:30-Destino
11:00-E1 Mundo al Vuelo
VIERNES
11:30-Titeres y C6micas
12:25-Viendo a Biondi
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y Deportivo
12:55-Informativo del Mediodia
1:15-Novela Semanal
4:00-Documental
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-Novela de las 5
5:30-La Novela Juvenil
6:00- Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Furia
7:00-Noticias
7:30-Show de Van Dyke
8:00-Las Estrellas y Usted
8:30-NovelIa
9:00-Novela de las 9
9:30-E1 Santo
10:30-Boxeo
11:30 El Mundo al Vuelo
SABADO
11:30-Titeres y C6micas
12:25-Rev61ver a la Orden
12:51-Carrousel Hipico y Deportivo
12:55-Informativo del Mediodia
1:15- De Inter6s Para Usted
1:30-Annie Oakley
2:00-Repriss: Novela de las 5
4:00-Documental
4:30-La cocina en TV
5:00-Club Infantil Televito
6:00-Serie de Aventuras
6:30-Investigador Submarino
7:00-Noticias
7:30-La Tremenda Corte
8:00-Perry Mason
9:00-Las Enfermeras
10:00-El Mundo al Vuelo
10:15-Pelicula






Septiembre 25, 1964


SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


JOVEnES ATLETAS




A LAS OLIMPIADAS!


El entrenador del equipo de atletismo, Carlos Belizaire, espera una mejor
actuaci6n de su grupo de corredoras, que las que fueron a las Olimpiadas
de Roma en 1960, especialmente de Marcella Daniel y Lorraine Dunn,
debido a sus excelentes condiciones fisicas.


El mi6rcoles 30 del present par-
tirA rumbo a Tokio, Jap6n, por la
via de Los Angeles, la delegaci6n
panamefia que competirA en los Jue-
gos Olimpicos que tendrAn lugar en
la capital japonesa del 10 al 24 de
octubre pr6ximo.
La delegaci6n estA integrada por
doce atletas en seis deportes: cuatro
en atletismo femenino, tres en lucha,
dos en esgrima, y uno cada uno en
judo, levantamiento de pesas y boxeo.
Las esperanzas panamefias estan
fincadas principalmente en el equipo
femenino de pista que cuenta con
cuatro veloces corredoras, tres de
ellas residents en la Zona del Canal
e hijas de empleados del Canal de
Panama. Ellas son Lorraine Dunn,
quien participarA en 80 metros con
obstAculos y el relevo de 4 x 100
metros, y cuyo padre William Dunn,
resident en Pedro Miguel, es apun-
tador de tiempo en la Divisi6n de
Navegaci6n en Balboa; Marcella Da-
niel, hija de James Daniel, resident
en Paraiso, capataz en la Divisi6n


de Mantenimiento en Balboa; ella
participarA en las pruebas de 100 y
200 metros pianos y el relevo de
4 x 100, y Delceita Oakley, que to-
marA parte en las mismas pruebas y
quien es hija de Eric Oakley, sub-
gerente del Almacin de Balboa.
La otra integrante del equipo de
atletismo es la gran corredora Jean
Holmes, hoy sefiora de Howard Mit-
chell, que residia en Paraiso y aho-
ro vive en Nueva Jersey con su es-
poso. Tambien estarA en las pmrebas
de 100 y 200 metros y el relevo de
4 x 100.
El entrenador del equipo de atle-
tismo es el professor Carlos Belizaire,
quien ya estuvo en los Juegos Olim-
picos de Roma, en 1960, con otra
delegaci6n panamefia de ese deported.
La lucha libre estara representada
por los luchadores Eduardo Camp-
bell, Si6n E. Cohen y Alfonso Gon-
zalez. El entrenador y delegado lo
sern Luis Friedman, ex luchador
olimpico.
Ildefonso Lee, un joven arquitec-


hi.


TRES CORREDORAS
TROTANDO

to que ha competido en los Juegos
Panamericanos de Chicago en 1959
ocupando el quinto puesto en la ca-
tegoria gallo, campe6n pluma en los
Juegos Bolivarianos de 1961 en Co-
lombia, subcampe6n pluma en los
Juegos Centroamericanos y del Ca-
ribe en 1962 en Kingston, Jamaica
y subcampe6n pluma en los Juegos
Panamericanos de 1963 en Sao Pau-
lo, Brasil, serA el representante pa-
namefio en levantamiento de pesas.
Un joven boxeador de 17 afios de
edad, Alfonso "Pepermint" Frazer,
que ha ganado sus nueve peleas des-
de que comenz6 a boxear el 19 de
agosto de 1963, sera el representante
del boxeo panameiio en los Juegos





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que vemos aqui en la cancha del Estadio Olimpico "Juan Dem6stenes Aro-
semena", de PanamA, son Lorraine Dunn, Marcella Daniel y Delceita Oakley,
que representarAn a PanamA en los Juegos Olimpicos de Tokio.


Olimpicos, en la division pluma,
Frazer, que ha ganado cinco de sus
combates por la via rApida, ira con
su entrenador Carlos de la Flor.
La esgrima estara representada
por Marlene Worthington, que ya
tiene experiencia en competencias in-
ternacionales celebradas en la Amr-
rica Latina y los Estados Unidos.
Ella se encuentra actualmente en
Londres, desde donde viajarA a To-
kio en el avi6n que llevara a la de-
legaci6n inglesa. Tambi6n compe-
tira en esgrima el CapitAn Luis M.
Tovar J., quien sera a la vez, el
delegado.
PanamA tambien tendrA su com-
petidor en judo en estos Juegos Olim-





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picos. Se trata del joven estudiante
Aurelio Chu Yee, quien se encuen-
tra estudiando en el Jap6n.
Al frente de la delegaci6n pana-
mefia ira el Lie. Anibal Illueca S.,
president del Comit6 Olimpico Pa-
nameno. Otro de los funcionarios
sera el professor Francisco Hurtado,
secretario del Comite Olimpico.
Leopoldo de Le6n, un veteran
instructor de levantamiento de pe-
sas, sera el delegado de este depor-
te, y a la vez, servirA como juez
international en las Olimpiadas.
La delegaci6n panamefia llevarA
tambien un periodista, Orestes Ca-
bredo, y a un m6dico, el Dr. Olmedo
Duque.


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Ildefonso Lee es la esperanza de PanamA en el torneo de levantamiento de
pesas, categoria pluma, en los Juegos Olimpicos de Tokio. Esta fotografia
fue tomada cuando Lee conquist6 el campeonato de los Juegos Bolivarianos
celebrados en Colombia en 1961.


LISTAS PARA

PARTIR


Lorraine Dunn, Marcella Daniel y Delceita Oakley (izq. a der.) tres veloces
corredoras que forman parte del equipo panameiio que competira en los
Juegos Olimpicos de Tokio, se aprestan a partir bajo la vigilancia del
entrenador Carlos Belizaire.


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SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Septiembre 25, 1964


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TERMINO SABROSAMENTE EL


CURSO DE ARTE CULINARIO


"Fue trabajando con nifios de las
comunidades de Pedro Miguel y de
Paraiso cuando cai en cuenta de la
necesidad de dietas bien balancea-
das en los hogares y dentro de las
posibilidades econ6micas de cada
hogar. De alli surgi6 la idea de los
"Cursos Vocacionales y de Platillos
Especiales" que se iniciaron en febre-
ro de este afio y que se extendieron
hasta el 10 de septiembre, fecha en
la cual las graduandas presentaron
una exhibici6n de arte culinario en
el Centro Civico de Pedro Miguel",
manifiesta la seiiora Myrtle I. Mar-
shall, Maestra de Economia Dom6s-
tica.
La sefiora Marshall se gradu6 en
la Escuela Profesional asi como en
el Institute Istmefio y ostenta diplo-
mas de Pequefias Industrias y Edu-
caci6n para el Hogar.
Los certificados fueron otorgados
a diez graduandas y los present
dofia Margarita I. de Meza, Inspec-
tora de la Secci6n de Alfabetizaci6n
del Ministerio de Educaci6n de Pa-


ri


Voces critics repercuten en sus oidos, mientras que la Subjefe de Enfermeras del Hospital Gorgas, Miss Mary L.
Clark, da los iltimos toques a un cuadro. Sobre un hombro aparece el papagayo gualdiazul Ilamado Cy. Con
mirada verde de celo, "Papa" el papagayo enano procedente de Chiva Chiva, observa a Cy y al lienzo alterna-
tivamente. Al fondo se divisan a otros miembros de la menagerie de la simpitica enfermera Clark.


nami. Llev6 la palabra en esa oca-
si6n la Profesora de Ciencias Domes-
ticas de la Escuela Secundaria de
Paraiso, sefiorita Mae Malcolm e hizo
la Invocaci6n y otorg6 la bendici6n
el Capitin Henry Russell, del Ej-r-
cito de Salvaci6n.
Entre los ricos y sabrosos platillos
que se sirvieron figuraron tamales y
otras golosinas mexicanas; plates de
la cocina china y de la estadouni-
dense que merecieron elogiosos co-
mentarios de los invitados, entire
quienes estuvieron el senior S. Hay-
nes en representaci6n del Concejo
Civico de Pedro Miguel; el senior
Sylvester D. Callender y sefiora en-
tre otras muchas distinguidas perso-
nalidades.
Recibieron certificados firmados
por el senior Aston Parchment, las
sefioras: Sybil Best, Edith Brown,
Doris Davis, Una Haynes, Wilhel-
mina Layne, Milicent Ogarra, Olivia
Shepherd, Margaret Straker y las
sefioritas Julia Blades, y Olive Ocol-
ville.




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Plumajes Policromos y Voci


Alada Alegran la Vida de e


Enfermera Venida de Georgi


Por encima de sus hombros, 16
pares de pupilas contemplan-con mi-
rada critica-cada brochazo que el
pincel de la sefiorita Mary L. Clark,
Enfermera Registrada, da sobre el
lienzo, mientras ella pinta tranquila-
mente en su residencia situada en
altos del Diablo. Pero las voices de
sus critics no la perturban, ya que
sus cuadros siempre son acogidos
con calor y adquiridos por sus ad-
miradores.
Miss Clark, cuyas labores profesio-
nales la mantienen ocupada de 3 a
11 p.m. en el Hospital Gorgas pin-
ta en sus ratos de ocio, circundada
por parloteantes loros, guacamayas
y otras pintorescas aves que obser-
van sus esfuerzos artisticos y los co-
mentan en tonos altisonantes.
Cy, papagayo gualdiazul proce-
dente del Pernl, se acomoda plici-
damente sobre un hombro mientras


HIGIENISTA


OCUPA CARGO
William T. Marr, higienista indus-
trial, se ha unido al personal de la
Division de Medicina Preventiva de
la Direcci6n de Salubridad de la
Zona del Canal. Su trabajo consis-
tirn en ayudar a proteger a los em-
pleados del Canal de PanamA y a
la comunidad de los peligros t6xicos
de la atm6sfera, disolventes y otros
peligros.
Marr naci6 en Virginia y se gra-
du6 en la Universidad de Carolina
del Norte con el grado de bachiller
en ciencias y "master" en salubridad
puiblica. Sirvi6 en la Fuerza A6rca
de los Estados Unidos desde 1942
hasta 1946.
Antes de venir a la Zona del Ca-
nal era Jefe de la Divisi6n de Hi-
giene Industrial, en el Astillero Na-
val de Long Beach, California.


ella narra c6mo adquiri6 su primer
pajarraco, un dia cualquiera, mien-
tras transitaba por la Avenida 4 de
Julio en PanamA y se apiad6 del bi-
cho que le ofrecian. En otra oca-
si6n fu6 al mercado ptiblico de Pa-
nam6 y nuevamente se dej6 seducir
por la tristeza enjaulada de una lora
locuaz que adquiri6 sin titubeos.
Asi empez6 la cosa. . Luego,
durante un viaje a Lima, vio a Cy
que platicaba con un indigena y
Miss Clark regate6 hasta lograr con-
vencer al indio que se lo vendiese.
Al principio-confiesa- la aterr6
la barrera idiomatica con el papa-
gayo, pero eso desapareci6 ripida-
mente cuando, unos dias mAs tarde,
ya de regreso en el Istmo, el ave
alz6 la voz: "Bye, now... Tongo
que irme a trabajar...".
Cuando la Subjefe de Enfermeras,
Clark va de compras, usualmente se
hace acompafiar por un papagayo
enano que compr6 en Chiva-Chiva.
Esta cspecie es muy rara. Tambien
se distingue por su reticencia, pues
de charlatana nada tiene. El papa-
gayo enano de Miss Clark se limit
a pronunciar una frase, "Ja16, Pa-
pa... ". A veces se desboca en una
retahila de palabras, hasta que el
loro lo silencia, "Cillate la boca,
Papa ... !".
El papagayo enano tiene otra
peculiaridad de carActer: es muy ce-
loso. Si su ama sale de compras y
olvida llevarlo, se pone furioso y
empieza a arrancarse las plumas de
su vistosa cola.
El papagayo colilargo, gualdiazul,
era un reci4n nacido enfermizo cuan-
do Miss Clark lo adoptO. Cuid6 de
l6, tributandole toda suerte de mi-
mos y halagos, hasta que se repuso
y poco a poco fue adquiriendo ese
vistoso plumaje que le presta la ma-
jestuosa prestancia que todos admi-
ran. Su cola se extiende 36 pulga-
das . .
Miss Clark no s61o pinta, tambidn
construye sus propias jaulas para su


ngleria
La sefiora Wilhelmina Layne (izq.) recibe de manos de la Inspectora de
* a *0 Alfabetizaci6n, Margarita I. de Meza, el diploma en artes culinarias obte-
nido en los cursos iniciados por Myrtle I. Marshall (derecha) y que con tanto
entusiasmo han sido acogidos en las comunidades latinoamericanas de la
P Zona del Canal.


ia, U.S.A. FONDO UNIDO El Miercoles 30
numeroso menagerie. Las jaulas es- (Viene de la pdgina 1)
tan adornadas con cuidado y hasta ntr n Ch
lucen algunos columpios y campa- fueran completes, cualquier persona Entr n C
nillas para que sus ocupantes se en- puede designer todo o parte de su n"l-
tretengan. contribuci6n para cualquier agencia A Incap
Oriunda de Georgia, Miss Clark participate especifica que desee. Al
se gradu6 en la Universidad de Emo- ser planeado el presupuesto a base Los cheques para ex-emplea-
ry y antes de venir al Istmo trabaj6 de las necesidades de todas las agen- dos de la organizaci6n del Canal
en un hospital para pacientes de las cias, tal designaci6n no es dtil, pero de PanamA que reciben pagos
tribus Comanche y Kiowa de Okla- se cumplira si se hace. de ayuda como jubilados por in-
homa. Las contribuciones pueden hacer- capacidad, serAn distribuidos el
Pr6ximamente partira en vacacio- se en efectivo, por cheque, y, para 30 de septiembre en vez del 19
nes hacia Sao Paulo, Brasil, quizis muchos empleados, por deducci6n de octubre, segin anuncio he-
atraida por el prestigio de sus vis- de planilla. Empleados del Canal cho en Balboa Heights.
tosas aves. de PanamA y del Gobierno de la Zo- El cambio en el dia de pago
Y .. .sus alados amiguitos? iNa- na del Canal, por ejemplo, pueden del primero del mes al uiltimo
da hay que temer Son muchos los sefialar una cantidad determinada dia del mes, sera por este dia de
vecinos y amigos que se desviven para que se les deduzca de la pla- pago solamente y se hace debi-
por cuidarlos durante la ausencia de nilla en un period determinado. do a que el 19 de octubre es
la simpAtica enfermerita de Georgia Por primera vez estA disponible dia de fiesta national en Pana-
que dedica sus cuidados y ternuras un nuevo plan. Una cantidad deter- ma.
a los pacientes del hospital Gorgas minada puede deducirse en cada pe- Los cheques estarin disponi-
y a las aves tropicales de vistoso plu- riodo de pago durante todo el afio. bles, como de costumbre, el 30
maje ... Por lo tanto, una deducci6n de $1 de septiembre durante las ho-
por pago, significaria una donaci6n ras regulars de oficina en la
total de $26. Una deducci6n de dos Oficina del Tesorero en Anc6n
Integrado Elenc a de d6lares por pago significaria una do- y en la Primera Iglesia Bautista
g d l c de naci6n total de $52. Esta es una en Crist6bal.
V o N Y k manera fficil de esparcir su contri-
V rno n Nb. Yok ci6n durante todo el afno y toda-
via ser mnais generoso que de otra
El "Theatre Guild" ha completa- manera. ,--B-
do su distribuci6n de papeles para Los representantes tendrAn infor-
su funci6n de octubre "Verano en maci6n lista para usted sobre cada
Nueva York", una comedian alegre agenda el 28 de septiembre. Pre-
de recaimara. gunte lo que desee a su represen-
Gloria Green desempefiara el pa- tante. Y est6 seguro de preguntarse
pel de una periodista de 22 afios de -estoy dando mi contribuci6n re-
edad procedente de Albany, quien gular?
esta indecisa entire su rico y exi- --
gente prometido (George Budjen) y
un nuevo novio de Filadelfia (Mike Las metas de las Direcciones en la iC6mo si yo que no es una muier?
Kocher). Campaiia del Fondo Unido de la
Parties menores son desempefiadas Zona del Canal para 1964, son laslarina $16,
por Kathy Casey y Johann Meyer siguientes: Transportes y Terminales. 8,200
para completar varias situaciones en Aastos y Servicios
la comedia. Unidades Ejecutivas --.. $3,500 Comunales 7,400
Toda la acci6n se lleva a cabo en Contraloria 4,000 Ingenicria y Construcci6n___ 13,500
el apartamiento del fornido herma- 1,500 Asntos Civil12,000
no de la periodista en Nueva York, Personal 1,- Slubritdad .s 7,500
quien es un pilot de aviaci6n, pa- Total de Unidades Surida7,500
pel dcsempeiiado por Don Wilcox. Ejecutivas $9,000i Total .$73,800


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