Group Title: Panama Canal spillway : el Canal de Panamá spillway
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Title: The Panama Canal spillway = el Canal de Panamá spillway
Alternate Title: Spillway
Canal de Panamá Spillway
Spillway del Canal de Panamá
Physical Description: 37 v. : ill. ; 43 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Canal Zone
Canal Zone
Panama Canal Company
United States -- Panama Canal Commission
United States
Publisher: Panama Canal
Place of Publication: Balboa Hights C.Z
Balboa Hights, C.Z
Publication Date: August 30, 1963
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
Subjects / Keywords: Periodicals -- Canal Zone   ( lcsh )
Periodicals -- Panama Canal (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: federal government publication   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )
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: VID00422
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
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Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

Full Text

Meetings Set

For Students

New To Zone

Balboa and Cristobal High
q Schools will hold their an-
nual Orientation D a.y for
high school students Who are
newcomers to the Isthmus
at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, Sep-
tember 3. The programs,
which will be held in the
respective school audi-
toriums, are sponsored by.
the Student Associations.
Included on the programs
will be informative talks, on
opening day procedures and
school activities, both cur-
ricular and extra-curricular,
by students and school c(
ficials. The new students
will have the opportunity to
meet representatives from
the Schools Division, mem-
bers of the hig h schools'
staffs and fellow students.
After the formal portion
of the program, the new stu-
dents will be given a tour
of their new, school's campus
and served refreshments by
members of the orientation
All high school students
who are new to the Isthmus
are urged to attend these
informative and worthwhile

New Combo

To Play Dance

At Teen Club
A new combo composed of
Canal Zone teenagers has been
making a big hit entertaining
the "P a c i f i c-siders" at dif-
ferent clubs; The combo- fea-
tures Frank Pretto, an up-and-
coming artist, on the organ,
Sand Eddie Idol, Ralph Smith,
and Carlos Rogers.
The Balboa Teen Club has
the pleasure of introducing
these fine musicians for the
first time at their club on
Thursday; September 5, from 9
p.m. to 12 midnight. This is
the first "get together" since
the beginning of summer vaca-
tion. Dress for the evening
will be school clothes.
All junior high, Balboa High,
and Canal Zone' College stu-
dents are welcome. Enjoy the
refreshments from our snack
bar served by membe-s of the
Teen Club.
Come on out and make this
a real gala night while you
dance the twist, louis, or latin.

LbAost-Ad Found
Items ior Sale

Mindful of the fact that there
are only-125 days before Christ-
mas, -early shoppers will have
a chance at some unusual buys
in items be ng put up for bids
at the Storehouse Branch of the,
Panama Canal. The items are
limited in scope, for they are
all articles turned in by the
Canal Zone Police Division as
"lost and found" articles that
were never c 1 aimed by an
Bicycles, for instance, are in
the majority and there's even a
two-wheel tra ner type for a
The items range from a gold-
plated women's bracelet and
silver-plated dish and cand-
lesticks, to rings, one -ladies'
wrist watch and a men's wrist
watch, a ladies' cashmere
sweater, sunglasses., electric
irons, a table model radio, and
fishing rod without reel.
Sealed bids will be received
at theeoffice of the Superinten-
dent, Storehouse Branch. Bal-
boa, Canal Zone, until Septem-
ber 6 at 9:30 a.m., at which
time they will be publIicly
opened. A bid deposit of 25 per-
cent of. the total amount bid
must, accompany each bid.
The 26 items on which bids
are invited may be viewed at
the Salvage Section, Building
42, Diablo Road, during regular
office hours.

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VOL. II No. 11 FRIDAY, August 30, 1963
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NEW BUILDINGS- GO UP IN BALBOA DOCK AREA: The steel structure of the new Harbor
Master building at Pier 18, Balboa, is shown above in a recent photograph. Since this picture was
taken a roof has been added, and each day the appearance of the building changes. Two build-
ings, the Harbor Master's building and a Customs building, together with the building to house
the six jitney vehicles of the Port Captain, are included in this particular project. The building
will house the Harbor Master and timekeeper's offices. There will -be linehandlers' waiting and
locker rooms, with a separate boatswains' waiting room and locker room, with toilet and shower
rooms for linehandlers and boatswains. There will be a combination carport for the Harbor Master
and loading dock; a Harbor Master storage room for supplies and paint storage room and locker
room for Harbor Master employees. This building will be 7,700 square feet.

Proposed Price Increases

coLe 1V1Counlicils
.: nC, 3

On Tuesday, August 27, and
Thursday, August 29, Governor
Robert J. Fleming, Jr., met in
executive sessions with the pre-
sidents of the U.S. and the
Latin American C'vic Councils
to provide detailed background
information on proP6sed in-
creases in rents and retail store
These increases come in the
Wake of a general announce-
ment made on July 23 that be-
cause of increased costs re-
sulting from' wage incr'asas to
both' Panamanian and Amer-
ican emp lo y e'e s nr'-?s of.
certain goods ard ser vices
would be raised.
With re:pact to ran'.s, if wl.s
pointed out that this is the first
increase in the rent base for
approximately ten years, that
the rental increases in many
cases will be minor and- in all
cases considerably less thqn
the percentage inc re ase .in
wages over the period in ques-
tion. Details of the proposed
'increases for various types of
housing were provided to the
Civic Councils, and will be of-
ficially announced later.
With respect to prices in the
retail stores, the Panama Ca-
nal will continue to follow- the
policy of not exceeding' New
Or leans prices. For some
months there have been varia-
tions in prices of the 2,600 gro-
cery items sold, as details of
the conversion to a New Or-

leans price base 'were worked
During the coming year there
w 11' be additional variations as
the prices c' ange in the New
Orleans area and as proper
correlations are obtained bet-
ween like items here and in the
New Orleans area. Heretofore,
some prices have -been held
arbitrarily well below the New
Orleapns level. Some of these
prices are now, being ra5"ed to
thbbe .more nearly appioximat-
ing New Orleans.
Some of the planned price
increases include the following:
Coffee and lea by the cup
,,;11 go up from 7 to 10 cents.
T'-e cost of a 3-pound nackaie
of rice would increase from 33
ti 38 cents. Cigarettes will go
from 1,5 to 19 cents on regular
and from 17 and 18 .to 22 cents
on king size and f'lter- style.
Standard gasoline will so from
17 to 23 cents and premium
fronm-20 to 26 cents.
Other changes listed: Butter
(sticks) from 52 to 58 cents;
butter (bldck), 45 to 52 cents;
flour, from 18 to 23 cents for a
2-pound bag and from 43 to 51
cents for a 5-pound bag; bread
(18-ounce loaf), from 16 to 20
cents (other bread prices will
increase proportionately).
At the same time it was
indicated that prices of some
goods will be reduced over
those currently charged.
Sample reductions show a cut
in the price for a gallon of

cooking oilfrom $2 to $1.48 a
gallon, and egg prices will be
reduced from 51 to 43 cents a
dozen for medium and 55 to 53
cents a dozen for large size.

Canal Zone Sc

ifty- five Nme

Fifty-five new teachers, repre.
senting 25 states in the United
States, will be seen this coming
year in th~e U. S. schools of the
Canal Zone. Of the. new teach-
ers, 38 are men and 17 are wo-
men. They will report for duty
September 5. The schools start
classes on September 9.
All U. S. schools in the Canal
Zone will have at least one new
teacher this year. Balboa High
School will have the most new
teachers, with 16 on duty.
New English teachers lead the
parade with 11. There will be six
new social studies instructors and
five new math teachers. Other
courses represented among the
newcomers are household arts,
chemistry, journalism, library,
counseling, music, Spanish, art,
speech correction, shop, com-
merce and physical education.
Of the 55 new personnel, 26
have BS degrees, 21 have BA de-
grees and 18 have MA degrees.



Labor Day


On Monday

Holiday schedule will be in
effect on Monday, September 2,
on the Panama Railroad and in
the Canal Zone Post Office.
The incoming and outgoing
mail will be worked, but there
will be no public post office
The Panama Canal Retail
Stores normally open on Mon-
day in Paraiso, Gamboa, and
Margarita will be closed on
September 2. All Retail Stores
will be open Tuesday, Septem-
ber 3, and the normal closing
days will be observed during
the week.

Stock Market

Course Planned

By CZ College

The Canal Zone College will
offer a daytime, one hour per
week course on "The Stock
Market," starting M o n d a y,
September 9. Instructor for the
course will be Richard N.
Ragland, an attorney and man-
ager of the Panama branch of
Merrill _Lynch, Pierce, Fenner
& Smith, International..
The series of Monday meet-
ings will be held from 8:40 to
9:30 a.m. in the new Canal
Zone College building in La Bo-
ca. Registrations are how. being
accepted daily in the college.
temporary summer office in the
Balboa H i g h School wooden
building on Lawrence Johnson
'The course will include both
elementary and advanced in-
vestment subjects.' Ifformative
booklets will be distributed to
those attending. Students will
be shown how to classify the
different types of securities;
how to evaluate them 'n light
of personal financial objective;
how to read the financial page
of the newspaper; and how to
interpret corporation statements
and annual reports.
The class also will learn more
about planning and managing
a sound investment program,
including bonds, as well as
stocks and other securities.
Housewives and those who,
work on evening shifts are
especially invited to attend.
Further information and regis-
tration materials may be
obtained by calling Balboa 2380
or 4590.

-hools Get


Ten other degrees also have been
conferred among the new teach-
California and Florida, with
eight and seven respectively, have
the biggest representation of
"home" states. Twenty of the
new teachers make their homes in
the western part of the United

Move Set

The Addressograph section
of the Printing Plant, Adminis-
trative Branch, will be moved
from Mount Hope to a new
location in the Agency Re-
cords Center, Balboa, on Sep-
tember 4. After that date, or-
ders for Addrdssograph work
should be sent to the Super-
visor, Agency Records Center,
Balboa Heights, Canal Zone
(telephone 2-2370, Mr. Mead).


August 30, 1963

ZINGO JAMES HOTSKO, Ann Hirons, Kathy DeTore and John Baranick take aim at the target
as they break balloons and hit ping pong balls during the Summer Recreation Show at the Coco
Solo gym last week. The program, planned by Luke Palumbo and his staff, concluded the 1963 Sum-
mer Recreation Program for the children at Coco Solo. In addition to the archery exhibition, youngs-
ters played newcomb, the gymnastics team gave a series of exhibitions on the springboard and
horse, and a basketball game was held between "A", #'B", and "C" league players. Then came
the final and most sensational act of the evening, an intricate bicycle riding exhibit in which
the gym was in complete darkness except for six dim green guide lights at the corners and the
middle of the gym. Each bicycle- had small pen lights fastened to the wheels. This unusual spect-
acle closed out another fine summer program at Coco Solo.

Bus-Riding Students To Get

ALLEY-OOP One of Balboa's Tiny Tot Tumblers flies over
five fellow tumblers while executing a diving forward roll. The
maneuver was executed perfectly, as was the entire tumbling
program, demonstrations of which drew hearty audience response
during last week's summer recreation program in Balboa. Also
featured on the program were exhibitions in basketball, archery,
weight training and arts and -crafts done by t'he Tiny Tots. The
program, a climax to a fine year for the Balboa Gymnasium
Summer Program, was followed by a dance in the upper gym.

STiekets At Principal



Rabies Case

-Students eligible for free school
bus transportation in the Canal
Zone have been advised what
steps are to be taken to acquire
school bus tickets before the first
day of classes September 9. They
are asked to report at the prin-
cipal's office in the school to be
attended prior to the opening of
school, sign the School Bus
Student Conduct and Safety Re-
gulations, and then receive their
school bus tickets.
The School Bus Student Con-

duct and Safety Regulations are
designed to protect the lives of
students riding school buses, and
each student will be asked to
read the regulations before sign-
ing and receiving the bus tickets.
Balboa High School students
of Diablo Junior High School, who
live in Gamboa may obtain their
school bus tickets from the Prin-
cipal, Gamboa Elementary School.
Bus tickets are to be present-
ed to the driver immediately on
entering the school bus. The

Football Workouts

To Start Tuesday

Coach Stew Brown of Balboa
High School has announced that
organized football workouts will
begin at 9 a.m. September 3.
The facilities of the Balboa
Stadium are now available tor
pre-season workouts daily from
one o'clock to four o'clock. These
facilities include the quarter
mile track, charging sleds, block-
ing dummies, goal posts and foot-
Grueling endurance workouts
are scheduled for the first day of
regular practice. The first cut
will-be based on physical eondiL
tioning. Regardless of innate
skills posessed by candidates or
experience gained in previous
years, if an individual has not
displayed sufficient interest in
football to get himself into con-
dition he will be dropped imme-
diately from the squad.
All those who survive the en-
durance workouts, regardless of
size, grade or experience will be
given the opptunity to demons-

SGet To Ship

Early Saturday

To Claim. Car
The SS Cristobal will be
arriving on the Isthmus on
- Saturdays 14 times between
now and May 2, 1964. Em-
ployees who ship unaccom-
n aed auto% suthbound are


reminded that the cashier's
office at the Gristobal freight-
house closes at noon on
those Saturdays. If delivery
is desired on arrival day of
the ship the freight bill
should be cleared before
* n. Otherwise delivery
cannot be made until Mon-

trate their abilities under fire.
Candidates are reminded of the
following points:
1. All should be covered by,
some form of medical in-
2. All should have had their te-
tatnus shots.
3. Football shoes be broken-in
gradually prior to the start
of the season blisters from
new shoes will not be a valid
reason for poor performance.
4. Physical examinations -will be
given on August 28 -on the
third floor of the Gymnasium
bulidnig from -8 a.m. to 11:30
5. Parental permission forms
should be picked up at the
Balboa Gym Office and must
'e returned at least three (3)
days prior to the scheduled
physical examinations.

Van Wagner

Party Sept. 13.

Robert Van Wagner, retiring
Chief, Employee Services
Branch, Panama Canal Per-
sonnel Bureau, will be guest of
honor at a retirement party to
be held at the Tivoli Guest
House ballroom on Friday, Sep-
tember 13, at 7:30 p.m.
A buffet dinner will be serv-
ed, followed by dancing and
I refreshments.
Tickets for the retirement
party may be obtained from
Virginia Keller, Balboa-2610;
Frank Lerchen, Balboa-2842;
Douglas L o r d, Balboa-2170;
Vally Hutchings, Balboa-2508;
Jackie Gilbert, Balboa-2661;
James Selby, Balboa-2745; or
Ramiro Zaldivar, Cristobal.

school buses will stop at school
bus shelters
The principal's office in each
school will be open Tuesday
through Friday from 7:30 to 11:30
a.m., and from 1 to 3:30 p.m. for
the issuing of free bus tickets.
Free -school bus service will be
provided at the beginning of the
morning session and at the close
of the afternoon session, Kinder-
garten service will be provided
at the beginning and closing of
the appropriate half-day session.
TKe free bus service will be
provided in the following areas:
For kindergarten children who
reside in Ancon, Balboa Heights,
Balboa, La Boca, Diablo Heights,
Los Rios, the Panama Canal com-
munity 'of Corozal, Quarantine
Station area of Corozal, Gamboa,
Old Cristobal, Gatun, Margarita,
the Panama Canal area of France
Field, .and Coco Solo.
Pupils -of grades 1 through 6
who reside in San Juan Place,
-Old Corral area outside of An-
een -school district, Gavilan area,
Amador Road, Empire Street, La
Beca, Williamson Place, Goethals
Boulevard *in Gamboa, Old Cristo-
-bal. Parama Canal area of France
Field, and Sixth Street in Mar-
Pupils -of grades 7 and 8 who
reside in Aneon including Sosa
'Place, San Juan Place, and the
old Corral area, Balboa, Balboa
Heights, La Boca, Los Rios, the
Panama Canal area of Corozal,
Quarantine Station area of Co-
rozal, Gamboa, Gatun, Margarita,
Old Cristobal, Coco Sole, and the
Parnama Canal area of France
Pupils of -grades 9 through 12
who reside in Ancon, including
Sosa Place, San Juan Place, the
old Corral area, William Place,
Empire Street, Amador Road, Ga-
vitan area including Plank Street,
Diablo Heights, La Boca, Los Rios,
Panama Canal area of Corozal,
Quarantine Area of Corozal, Gain-
boa, Gatun, Margarita, Old Cris-
tobal, Coco Solo, and the Pan-
ama Caral area of France Field.
Noon school bus service on a
pay-basis will be made available
again this coming school year by
the Panama Canal Motor Trans-
portation Division. Parents may
obtain this noon school bus ser-
vice by purchasing tickets from
the cashier at the Motor Trans-
portation Division offices in Tues-
day through Friday.
Paid noon school bus service
will be available only in areas
where free morning and after-
noon service is offered by the
Panama Canal Motor Transporta.
tion Division buses and only if
sufficient number of requests are
received to warrant the service. -



Residents -of the Canal Zone and
Panama will have an opportunity
this fall at Canal Zone College to
study both the Russian language
and Russian history.
Two courses will be offered in
the Russian language-a begin-
ning course for those who have
had oninstruction before in Rus.
sian, which will meet on Tuesday
and Thursday everings from 7:05
to 9:30 p.m.. and -a second se-
mester college Russian course,
for those who have had one se-
mester of Russian instruction in
college or one year in high
school, which will meet on Mon-
day and Wednesday evenings
from 7:05 to 9:30.
The Russian language courses
not only -provide the student
with instruction in reading and
writing the language, but also
will emphasize speaking in the
new language laboratory of the
College in La Boca.
The Russian history course will
meet on Tuesday ard Thursday
afternoons from 4:40 to 6:05. It
will emphasize the history of Rus-
sia during the twentieth century,
but will provide a background of
Czarist history as a prelude to
the Communist Revolution.

Engineers Set

Dinner Meet

For October 5
The Fall Dinner Meeting of
the Canal Zone Society of Pro-
fessional Engineers will be at
6 .p.m., Satuarday, October 5,
at the Quarry Heights Officers'
Open Mess for members, guests
and ladies.
Col. David S. Parker, Lieu-
tenant Governor of the Canal
Zone, will deliver a short talk
after dinner.
A social hour will be held
from 6 to 8 p.m. A buffet din-
ner, featuring sliced tenderloin
steak and lobster thermidor,
will be served at 8 p.m.
Tickets are $3 per person and
may be obtained from Bill De
La Mater, Joe Watson, S. H.
Stacy, and Roy Stockham. Re-
servations may be made with
Joe Watson, telephone Balboa

Thought To Be

Isolated Orne
All mammals are subject to ra-
bies, Health Bureau officials re-
minded Zone residents this week
as they announced discovery of
the first case of canine rabies in
the Canal Zone since 1910.
The case involving a Balboa
dog is believed to be an isolated
one and there is no cause for
alarm, Col. R. J. Kamish, Health
Director said.
The Health Director reminded
residents of the normal precau-
tions which should always be
1. All dogs should be properly
vaccinated and licensed by their
owners, if this has not already
been done for the annual licen;-
ing year, which began -on August
1 in the Canal Zone.
2. Persons bitten by dogs or
other animals, including bats,
should report to their nearest
medical facility for treatment, as
3. Any dog manifesting un-
usual behavior or paralysis should
be taken to a veterinarian for

Gulick Thrift
ni' 1k I 1

nop Keiocaied

The Fort Gulick Thrift Shop
has moved into a new location
in the basement of the Fort
Gulick NCO Club, Building No.
218. The new location is directly
across the street from the
former site.
The ladies who run the shop
said it now is open for sales
and consignment of items and
extended an invitation for Pan-
ama Canal personnel to stop
by with excess household and
clothing items.
The Thrift Shop is open from
1 to 4 p.m. on Mondays and
Thursday. All proceeds are
used for Youth Activities and
charity work. Further informa-
tion can be obtained by calling
Fort Gulick 2263.

The merchandise section of the
Santa Cruz Service Center will
be closed at 8 p.m. Saturday,
August 31, instead of 10 p.m., as
customary, to permit the taking
of formal inventory

age TWO


Aunust 30. 1963 Spa LLWAY Page ThREe

White Horse League Champs

Gabby Kourany's White Horse
contingent rolled to a big lead
in the first half and went on to
win the CYRCA League Cham-
pionship by downing Seagram's
VO in the title game, 66-S7. A
poor 0-21 from the floor by
Seagram's in the second period
gave the Horsemen a lead they
never relinquished. Al Osborne
garnered 18 rebounds and 18
points and Larry Horine had 17
rebounds and 17 points for the
winners. Tom Murphy, chosen
the league's M ors t Valuable
Player, led the VOers with 15
points, while Charlie Newbury
managed 13. Don Byerly re-
presentative for Abernathy, S.
A., presented the MVP trophy
to Murphy. -The high scoring
VO forward also received a
magnificent t r o p h y as the
league's leading scorer. A new
award was inaugurated this
year, that of the fan of the
year. The award, given to the
fan who was constantly at the
games and a supporter of the
league, was given to R. R.
Burgener, of Balboa. Members
of the winning White Horse
team are: back row, left to
right, Arnold Manning, Larry
Horine, Dave Cohen, Al Os-
borne and Paul Underwood.
Front row, left to right, Oscar
Kourany, Edgar Kourany, Bob
Carlin, Lloyd Spaulding and
Gabby Kourany.

* *

BOB "SNOOKY" ROWLEY presents the championship trophy to
Gabriel Kourany, White Horse coach, after the Horsemen had
downed Seagram's VO in the, playoff for the title. The award was
given by Cyrca, S. A. Rowley also presented the runner-up trophy
to Seagram's coach, Bort'Joyce.

BOB BAUMAN (above), recent -
winner in the junior cham-
pionship flight of the PAA Golf
Tournament held at the Fort
Amador Golf Club, carded the
second hole-in-one of his golfing
career last Saturday when he
aced the 13th hole at Amador
with an 8-iron. A four-handicap
player, he was in a foursome
with Curt Schwarzrock, John
Grow and Charlie French.
Young B'aumah's first ace came
in January of 1960 on the third
hole at the Amador course. In
the Pan American Airways Golf
Tournament earlier this month,
Bob shot a final round 70 (net)
to vault from four strokes
behind at the beginning of the
day's play right into the win-
ner's spot. Bob's father, A. I.
B a u m a n, is Superintendent,
Grounds Branch.


50 meter freestyle
50 yd freestyle
100 meter freestyle.
50 meter backstroke
50 yd backstroke
100 meter backstroke
50 meter butterfly
50 yd butterfly
100 meter butterfly
50 meter breaststroke
50 yd breaststroke
100 meter breaststroke
200 meter indv. medley
200 meter medley relay

200 meter freestyle rela

50 meter freestyle
50 yd freestyle
100 meter freestyle
50 meter backstroke
50 yd backstroke
100 meter backstroke
50 meter butterfly
50 yd butterfly
100 meter butterfly
50 meter breaststroke
50 yd breaststroke
100 meter breaststroke
200 meter indv. medley
200 meter medley relay
200 meter freestyle relay

200 yd freestyle relay

* *

Cyrca Closes Season

With 'Charity Classic'

The "Youngsters" cut short in-
creased profit possibilities Wed-
nesday evening by pounding the
"Veterans'" 114.77 in the Cyrca
Charity Classic, held for the be-
nefit of the Matias Hernandez
Psychiatric Ward. They stopped
the "Vets" in the first game. of
their best two-out-of-three series
85-71 Monday night.
In the first game five "Young-
sters" hit for double figures and
e everyone scored, downing the
"Veterans" 85-71. Al Osborne,
John Cronan,, Dale Stevens, Tom
Murphy and Roy Culbreth all hit
double figures as the "Young-
sters" pulled away in the last five
minutes to take the game. Up
until that time the "Veterans"
werestaying right with their fast-

er opponents. The "Vets*' stay-
ed in the game by hitting 33 shots
out _of 41 (81%) from the free
throw line. Dick Gayer had 11,
Jack Corrigan hit 12, Bill Young
notched 13 and Charlie Newbury
led all scorers for the night with
In the second game a number
of season records were broken.
Among the new records are most
points in one game by a team
(114), most points at halftime by
a team (54) and the most field
goals by two teams in one game
The "Veterans" Dick Gayer led
all scorers with 23 but the
"Youngsters" rolled all night
long. They had quarter totals of
24, 30, 26 and 34. Three members

of the younger team narrowly
missed the double figure mark.
The charity series brings to a
close the 1963 Cyrca Basketball
Season. Chairman Burt Mead
would like to express his gra-
titude toward Cyrca, S. A. for its
$50 donation to the Ward and
for its fine cooperation during
the season. Thanks also to the
team sponsors and to Abernathy
Sporting Goods for the awards
this year. The league salutes the
fans, above all, for their fine sup-
port of the league and their un-
dying interest.
Tonight a stag party will be
held at the Pacific Softball Lea.
gue Park at 8.30 p.m. Tickets may
be obtained from Burt Mead or
Gary Dunsmoor or at the door
at the Softball Park.


JEFF RILEY, fresh from his fine
showing in the recent JayCee In-
ternational Golf Tournament in
Midland, Texas, will arrive with his
family tomorrow following their
vacation in the States. Jeff won
three trophies in the JayCee com-
petition while coming in second
in the tournament. He shot a 289
in the tourney, five strokes over
par. Young Riley won trophies
for being the medalist (142 for
36-holes), runner-up, and the
lowest score for international en-
trants. This was the fifth year
in a row that the international
award went to a Panama repre.
sentative. Jeff, whose grandfa-
ther established the Riley family
in the Canal Zone In 1940. will be
a junior at Balboa High School
this year.- His father, Jim, works
for the telephone company and Is
a graduate of Cristobal High


:32.3 8/16/58 Martin Holmes
:29.0 9/ 7/58 Martin Holmes
1:18.4 8/26/61 J. Summerford
:42.7 8/ 8/58 Jerry Mann
:39.0 9/ 7/59 Mathew Manning
:39.0 9/ 7/59 Martin Holmes
1:31.1 4/ 6/63 Dennis Jacobs
:40.9 8/ 8/58 Martin Holmes
:36.8 9/ 5/60 J. Townsend
1:38.2 4/ 6/63 Ralph Morgan
:46.5 8/26/61 Gerald Nelson
:43.3 9/ 7/59 R. Summerford
1:44.2 4/ 6/63 Ralph Morgan
3:45.6 8/26/61 Jeff Rhodes
3:11.1 8/16/58 Holmes. Witkins,
S Feeney, Mann
y 2:28.4 8/16/58 Holmes. Witkins,
Feeney, Mann
:34.5 8/ 8/58 M. Mahoney *
:30.3 9/ 5/60 J. Redmond
1:23.4 8/ 8/58 M. Mahoney
:43.8 8/16/59 M. Mahoney
:35.2 9/ 5/60 J. Redmon I
1:36.8 4/ 6/63 Lee Martin
:45.0 8/15/59 L. Benton
:37.2 8/26/61 Maureen Michael
1:51.4 9/ 5/w0 J. Redmon
:48.9 4/ 6/63 Lee Martin
:4a.1 8/16/58 M. Mahoney
1:44.8 9/ 5/609 K. Hicks
3:47.9 4/ 6/63 Sharon Baker
4:07.3 8/26/61 Maureen Michael
2:43.0 8/16/58 Gangle, Parker,
Van Dyke,
8/26/61 Selleps, Holmes,


50 meter freestyle
50 yd freestyle
50' meter backstroke
50 yd backstroke
50 meter butterfly
50 yd butterfly
50 meter breaststroke
50 yd breaststroke
200 meter medley relay

200 yd medley relay
200 meter freestyle relay
200 yd freestyle relay


50 meter freestyle
50 yd freestyle
50 meter backstroke
50 yd backstroke
50 meter butterfly
50 yd butterfly
50 meter breaststroke
50 yd breaststroke
200 meter medley relay




200 yd medley relay
200 meter freestyle relay 2:47.7
200 yd freestyle relay

50 Meter Pools
8/16/58 J.' Townsend
9/ 7/59 J. Townsend
8/26/61 Dennis Holmes
9/ 7/59 J. Townsend
8/26/61 Brian Plaisance
9/ 7/59 J. Townsend
8/26/61 Ralph Morgan
9/ 7/59 J. Summerford
8/26/61 Strong, Morgan,

8/ 8/58 Townsend,

9/ 5/60
9/ 7/59
9/ 7/59
4/ 6/63
9/ 7/59

8/ 8/58


Linda Benton
Bebe Holmes
Judy Redman
Jane Wilson
Karen Gordon
Jane Wilson
Joann Roth
Laura Russon
De Tore,
Gordon, Daley.

Benton, Thomas,

Page T14REE


Aueust 30. 1963


August 30, 1963


WILLIAM WIRTZ, Acting Chief Foreman
Shipwright Dockmaster in the Industrial Divi-
sion, Mount Hope, was born in the Canal Zone
and has lived here all his life. His father was
one of the men who helped build the Canal,
joining the Construction Day workers in 1905.
Mr. Wirtz, one of 13 children, attended local
schools. He worked with Public Works of the
U.S. Navy for about 10 years, and has been with
the Panama Canal organization since April 1948.
Mr. and Mrs. Wirtz live in Margarita. Their
daughter, Jenny, attends the Nuestra Sefiora de
Belen school in Las Cumbres, Panama.
In the above photo, taken at the Industrial
Division shops at Mount Hope, Mr. Wirtz is
checking an almost 50-foot boom made of special
vertical grain fir laminated with water proof
glue. Boommaking is a job seldom done in the
shops here. The fir used in the boom was the
type ordered for special planking for a tuna boat.
Timber 4 x 16 x 34 had to be cut to make three
pieces approximately 50-feet long to make the

GEORGE ALLGAIER of Margarita, le
foreman machinist marine at the Industr
Division shops in Mount Hope, has been with t
Panama Canal organization 26 years.
He came .to the Isthmus from Readir
Pennsylvania, in December 1936 and 'worked f
a brief time with the Locks Division. The mai
portion of his Canal service has been with t
Supply and Community Service Bureau, whe
for 18 years he was shop foreman in he Co
missary Division, in charge of all maintenance
In 1956 he transferred-to the Industrial Divisio
Mr. and Mrs.'Allgaier have two sons and
daughter, all residing in the United. States. The
daughter, who, is married, lives in Texas.
Both sons are marine engineers in the State
Edward is a Westinghouse field engineer on t
Polaris submarine and his work takes him'
over the United States. John is an engineer wi
the National Biscuit Company and lives in Hor
ton, Texas.

55 Years,

Early-day Zonian Reporto

Every time Mrs. Frederick
Hosmer Cooke of Washington,
D. C., comes to the Isthmus
she finds changes. And the
changes have been going on
since the first time she came
to the Canal Zone in 1908 as a
girl of 14.
Mrs. Cooke, widow of Capt.
Frederick Hosmer Cooke,
(USN) is visiting her son-in-

law and daughter, Capt. and
Mrs. Howard L. Ston e, Jr.,
(USN) assistant chief of staff
for the Military Assistance Pro-
Her father, Adolphe "Ad"
Faure came to the Isthmus
from New Orleans, Louisiana,
in 1905 and first worked in the
accounting department of the
Isthmian Canal Commission.

Lr~ ~btEEmee~ I


Poliyanna: -Jane Wyman-Ri-
chard Egan: You'll be glad to
share their love, laughter and
dreams 'in this unforgettable
-motion picture. In color. 130
X-15: Dav:d McLean-Charles
Bronson: The authentic, fan-
tastic store y of the world's
fastest rocket ship.. actually
filmed in space, In Scope and
color. 113 mins.
Westbound: Randolph Scott-
Virginia Mayo: Shooting, fist-
cuffs and villainy in this tale of
/.the old West. In color. 105 mins.
Toby Tyler: W al t Disney's
bright, fresh new laugh cham-
pions are under the "Big Top"
... and you'll meet an limp of
a chimp Mister Stubbs. In
co or. 105 mins.
The Lion and the Hors e:
Steve Co'-hran-Ray Teal: Story
concerns.the efforts of a rodeo

rider to tame a fierce black
stallion. In color, 90 mins.
Lad, A Dog: Peter Breck-
Peggy McCay: A-famous litera-
ry classic brought to the screen
in glorious color .. a great
picture and fine adventure. 105
mins. Also 3 reel "Road-Run-
ner" Cartoon.


BALBOA: September 3, "Toby
Tyler;" September 4, "The
Lion and the Horse;" Sep-
tember 5, "Lad, A Dog.".
COCO SOLO: September 3, "X-
15;" September 4, "West-
bound;" September 5, "Polly-
MARGARITA: September 3,
"Pollyanna;" September 4,
"X-15;" September 5, "West-
GAMBOA: September 2, "The
Lion a ,d the Horse."

Later he- was special assistant
to General Goethals. Her
mother came in 1907 and Mrs.
Cook e and her sister were
brought to the Isthmus by their
grandmother in 1908. The fami-
ly lived in the construction-c a
town of Empire until the Pan-
ama Canal organization's of-
fices were moved from Culebra
to Balboa Heights. The Faure
family, too, moved to Balboa
Mrs. Cooke's mother, Ma-
dame Faure, was well-known
as a singer and often appeared
in concert and benefit perfor-
In December 1914 the wed-
ding of Captain and Mrs. Cooke
took place on the Isthmus, and
Mrs. Cooke recalls that her
husband was the only Navy
engineer and assistant to Ad-
miral Rousseau in the Isth-
mian Canal Commission. Her
sister, Yolande, also was mar-
ried on the Isthmus.
Mrs. Cook e returned for
vis ts to the Isthmus in 1926 and
1932 and now, visiting at her
daughter's home, is checking
on the many changes since her
last visit. "There have been a
lot of them," she notes, most
outstanding being the bridge
across the Canal and the hous-
ing that is changing the face of
the Cana 1 Zone. But, Mrs.
Cooke adds, she still likes best
the old-style Ca lal housing with
the large rooms, airy verandas.
and off-the-ground construction
- the kind of housing in which
she grew up and in which she
lived for two years 'after her



Fall Schedules

for Co!fege

Are Completed

The fall master schedule for
both day and evening classes
at Canal Zone College has been
issued and cop ies may be
obtained by calling Balboa 2380
or 4590.
Students who have completed
their registration and paid tui-
tion and fees may now com-
plete their Canal Zone College
preliminary, schedule in the
Balboa High School wooden
building on Lawrence Johnson
Those who have not complet-
ed application materials may
te 1 ep ho ni e for some. These
should be completed and re-
turned as quickly as possible
to avoid the rush as Labor Day
Part-time students may also
register now. Office hours are
7:15 a.m. to 5:30, Monday
through Friday, and 7:30 to
8:30 p.m., Monday through
Counseling appointments may
be made by telephone.



the September 1-Fair at Albrook
ere Air Force Base, Hangar No.
m- 2 and at Howard Air Force
ce. Base, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
on. Free band concert, air show,
. a static displays.
eir September 2-Labor Day.
September 6-8-A g r i c u Itural
es. and Industrial Fair in Bocas
the del Toro.
all September 6-9-Cristobal Little
ith Theater will present "Fare-
us- well, Farewell "Eugene" at
the France Field Little
Theater at 8 p.m.
September 7-Anniversary of
Independence of Brazil (1822).
September 13-16-Second Rice,
Festival in Arraijan.
September 15-Anniversaries of
Independence of Costa Rica,
El Salvador, Guatemala, Hon-
duras and Nicaragua (1821).
September 16-Anniversary of
Independence of Mexico
September 18-Anniversary of
SIndependence of Chile (1810).
September 22-29-Book Week in

September 23-27-F olkiore ieSo-
tival of the Mejorana at Gua-
rare (Los Santos).

August 19 25
Miraflores Looks 2,340
Gatun Locks 776
Las Cruces, 13 trips 2,131
Reina Manuelita, 5 trips 56
Passenger Ships, one 3,110
Other Tours, none 0

Grand Total 8,413

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1:00-Parade of Sports
3:30-Chapel Of The Air
4:00-TAC Library
4:30-Paragon Playhouse
5:30-Championship Bridge
6:00-SCN News
6:15-Sacred Heart
versus Reality
7:00-Ted Mack
7:30-Danny Thomas
8:00-Ed Sullivan
8:50-Weekend News
9:00-What's My Line
9:30-Steve Allen
10:30-EBF "Great Lakes"
11:00-Final Edition
11:05-Enc: US Steel Hour

4:50-Billboa. d
5:00-First Edition
5:05-Magic Land of
5:30-Tenn. Enrie Ford
6:00-4 Star Edition
6:35-Global Zobel
7:OO0-I've Got A Secret
7:30-Dick Van Dyke
8:00-Zane Grey Theater
8:55-SCN News
9:00-Movietime -
"House Across the
Bay" .
10:30-f tump .The Stars
11:00-Final Edition
11:15-Ene: Ed Sul.ivan

5:00-rFrst Edition
5:05-Kids Klub
6:00-4 Star Edition
6:35--True Adventure
7:00-Services In Action
7:30-Andy Griffith
8:00-"Bits From Hits"
8:55--SCN News
9:00-Gairy Moore
10:00-Jack Paar '
11:00-Final Edition
11:15-Enec: Dick Van Dyke
and Danny Thomas.

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

5:00-First Edition
5:05-Kids Klub
5:30-Planet Earth
6:00-4 Star Edition
8:00-Wonderful World of
8:55-SCN News
9:00-Sing Along With
11:00-Final Edition

5:00-First Edition
6:00-4 Star Edition
7:00-Bob Newhart
7:30-I'm Dickens-He's
8:00-Theater of
8:00--Here's Edie
8:35-SCN News
9:00-Price is Right
3:30-Candid Camera
10:00-SCN Bowling Tourn
11:00-Final Edition
11:15-Friday Nite Theater:

1:00-Cartoon Carnival
1:45-Captain Kangaroo
2:30-Saturday Matinee -
"House Across
the Bay"
4:00 Gleen Miller Time
4:30-Enc: Wonderful
World of Golf
5:30-Sports Time
6:00-SCN News
6:30-Big Picture
7:00-Joey Bishop
7:25-Church Calendar
7:30-To Tell The Truth
8:00-Lawrence Welk
8:55-SCN News
9:00-Circle Theater
10:00--Fight of the Week
10:45-Air Force Story
11:00-Final Edition
11:15-Steve Allen

rage FOUR




. Many Changes In

- *La

Semana del




La celebracion de la
Semana del Libro co-
Im e n z 6 a observarse
desde el mi6rcoles en
las Escuelas L a t i n o-
americanas de la Zona
del Canal con diferen-
tes actos alusivos.

La Escuela Secunda-
ria de Paraiso celebr6
uni vistoso acto en el
gimnasio del plantel,
fotografias del c u a 1
aparecen en esta edi-
ci6n del SPILLWAY. A
este acto concurrio una

Latinoam ericanas

delegaci6n del Comite
Organizador de la Se-
mana del Libro en la
ciudad de Panama.
El mi6rcoles por la
tarde correspondi6 a la
Escuela de Santa Cruz
llevar a cabo la inau-

guraci6n de su Sema- En la m ai a n a de
na del Libro, en tanto hoy inician sus activi-
que la Escuela Secun- dades de la Semana
daria de Rainbow City del Libro la Escuela
abri6 una exposici6n Primaria de Pedro Mi-
alusiva el jueves por la guel y la Escuela Pri-


maria de Paraiso.

Aunientos -y Rebajas en

.Precios de Mercancias

EN EL SALON DE ESTUDIO de la Escuela Secundaria de Paraiso, se prepare Ia exposici6n de
la Semana del Libro. La fotografia nos muestra la exposici6n del Departamenro de Espafiol y Bio-
logia, a cargo de las profesoras de espafiol y da la profesora de biologia, serTora Eladia de Jura-
do. De izquierda a derecha, las alumnas Emilia Fleming, Cecilia Wade y Elvira Frio.

Mancha y Gato Estaran Se Reumen e19/9

E'n La Feria De Escuela as as rises
La president de las Da-
mas Grises del Hospital Gor-
r Pn V ista rm o gas, Mrs. Kenneth Fredrics,
R. Vir6 En Vista lerinosa anunci6 que la primer se-
si6n otofial ha sido fijada pa-
.1 9 __ ianfj mkral

. ef lunes V de tephemr e
en la sala de la Cruz Roja
de dicho hospital. La sesi6n
empezarS a las 9:30 de la
Se invita a todas las Da-
mas Grises, y a quienes as-
piren a serlo, a asistir a es-
ta muy impor an?e reuni6n.

El Canal de Panamai parti-
ciparA en la gran feria que ce-
lebrarA el Club de Padres de
Familia de la Escuela Ricardo
Mir6 de Vista Hermosa, Pana-
ma, los dias sAbado 31 de agos-
to y domingo primero de sep-
tiembre pr6ximo en los terre-
nos del plantel.
Los populates burritos Man-
cha y Gato, de los Jardines de
Summit, Zona del Canal, esta-
rAn en la feria para deleite de
la chiquilleria de 2 a 6 de la
tarde los dias de la feria, y
ademAs sera exhibido un apa-
rato de selectrovisi6n con vis-
tas fijas sobre el Canal de Pa-
na ma.
En la feria habrA bailes po-
pulares y tipicos, comida, jue-
gos, exhibici6n de judo y otras
La feria se celebra con el fin
de recaudar fondos para el
plantel primario. Comenzar6
cada dia a las 2 de -la tarde y
terminari en las l1timas horas
de ]a noche.

El martes 27 de agosto y el jue-
ves 29 del mismo mes, el Go-
bernador Robert J. Flemir.g, Jr.,
se reuni6 en sesiones ejecutivas
con los pres(dentes de los Conse-
jos Civicos Estadounidenses y Lai-
tinoamericanos para ofrecer in-
formaci6n fundamental en los
prpyectados aumentos en los al-
quileres y los precious de alniace-
Estos aumentos se registran en
vista del anuncio general hecho
el 23 de julio, que debido al au-
mento del costo como resultado
de los aumentos de salaries tan-
to a empleados tanto panamefios
como estadounidenses, los precious
de ciertas mercancias y servicios
serian aumentados.
Con relaci6n a los alquileres
se hizo notar que este es el pri-
mer aumento que se hace en
aproximadamente diez afios, que
los aumentos en los alquileres en'
muchos casos seran menores y en
todos los casos menores que el
porcentaje en salaries durante el
period a que se ha hecho refe-
rencia Los detalles de los pro-
yectados aumentos para various ti-
pos de residencias fueron ofreci-
dos a los Consejos Civicos. y se-,
rAn anunciados oficialmente mAs
Con respect a los precious en
-los almacenes, el Canal de Pana-
mA continuarA siguiendo la poli-
tica de no exceder los precious de
Nueva Orleans. Durante algunos
mess se ban registrado variacio-
nes en los precious de 2,600 ar--
ticulos comestibles que se venden,
como se detalla en ]a conver-
si6n al precio base de Nueva Or-
leans segin se'arregl6.
Durante el pr6ximo afio habrA
variaciones adicionales en cuanto
los precious cambien en el Area
de Nueva Orleans y propias co-
rrelaciones se obtengan entire ar-
ticulos similares aqui y en el Area
de Nueva Orleans. En otro tiem-
po, algunos de los precious se
mantuvieron arbitrariamente bien
bajos del nivel de Nueva Orleans.
Algunos de estos precious se estin
aumentando ahora para que que-

:.ANIA, pronunci6 palabras
alusivas durante el a c t o de
inauguraci6n de la Semana del
Libro en la Escuela Secunda-
ria de Paraiso el mi6rcoles por
la mafiana. Al fondo habia un
inmenso libro con un pensa-
miento del gran educator pa-
namefio Dr. Octavio M6ndez
Pereira que decia: "La lectu-
ra es una luminosa escalera pa-
ra Ilevarnos desde el cieno de
la tierra hasta las alturas del
cielo, donde no Ilegan la envi-
dia, ni el odio, ni la calumnia,
ni las pasiones bastardas".

den mis cerca de los de Nueva
Algunos de los planeados au-
mentos de precious incluyen los
siguientes: '
El cafe y el re por taza subirfi
de 7 a 10 ce tavos. El costo de un
-paquete de 3 libras de arroz su.
biri de 33 a '38 centavos. Los ci-
garrillos subirin de 15-a 19 cen-
tavos en los regulars y de 17 y
18 a 22 centavos en los extra
largos y de filtro. La gasoline
standard aumentara de 17 a 23
centavos y la premium de 20 a
26 centavos.
Otros camn'ios en lista .son:
Mantequilla ten barras de 4% de
libra) de 52 a 58 centavos; mante-
quilla (libra entera), de 45 a 52
centavos; harina, de 18 a 23 cen-
tavos para las bolsas de 2 libras y
de 43 a 51 centavos las bolsas de
5 libras; pan (de 18 onzas), de 16
a 20 centavos, (otros panes), los
precious seran aumnentados pro-
Al mismojtiempo se indic6 que
los precious de algunas mercade-
rias serin rebajadas del cost
actual. Por ejemplo, las reduce.
, ones muestran una rebaja en el
precio de un gal6n de aceite pa.
ra cocinar de $2 a $1.48, y los pre-
Scios de los huevos serin reduci-
dos de 51 a 43 centavos la docenla
por los medianos y 55 a 53 cen-
tavos la docena de los grandes.



La secci6n de mercanclas
del Cen'ro de Servicios Co-
munales de Santa Cruz ce-
rrara el sabado 31 de agosto
a las 8 p.m. en vez de las

inventario formal.

SEl Canal de Panama

VOL.N No P VE RES, gost 30,196

MIEMBROS DEL COMITE ORGANIZADOR de la Semana, del Libro en Panami, entregaro los
premios a los triunfadores en los concursos de composici6n en la Escuela Secundaria de Parelso.
Al fondo, a la izquierda est4 el professor Rogelic Sinan, president del Comit4 Organizador, y aI
lado una delegaci6n de las escuelas anexas de la ciudad de Panama. Al frente esta el professor
Rub4n Dario Caries, padre, con la seiiorita Carmen Bailey, ganadora del concurso de composic6n
del Grade 10.


VOL. 1O No. 11

VIERNES, Agostwi-, I

Pdglna DOS SPILIWAY A~osto3O do 1963


de Panamai en Noviembre

El Institute Panamefio de Arte ha anunciado la apertura de su Pri-
mer Sal6n Abierto que se celebrard a partir del dia 15 de noviembre
venidero en la galeria situada en el edificio del Magisterio Panamefio
Unido en la Urbanizaci6n Obarrio.
El Sal6n Abierto, que se espera se convierta en un event annual,
tiene por objeto primordial dar a conocer la obra de artists ya consa-
grados asi como la de los futures valores de las artes plasticas en Pa-
No habra exclusivismo de ninguna naturaleza en este torneo de ar-
te ya que se admitirA para participar en el mismo a artists panamefios
residents en Panama o en el extranjero y a artists extranjeros que
residan en el Istmo panamefio, por mAs de un afio. Esto incluye a ar-
tistas radicados en la Zona del Canal de Panama.
Otro punto important es que el Sal6n Abierto lo esta a obras artis-
ticas de todas las tendencies y t6enicas, pudiendo cada pintor someter
tres obras que -eso si- deben de ser originales, es decir, que no ha-
yan sido anteriormente expuestas en exhibiciones piblicas.
Las obras no deben medir ynAs de 38 pulgadas de ahcho y en la par-
te posterior debe indicarse el nombre del autor y titulo del cuadro; es-
tos deben ser entregados en la Secretaria del IPA entire el 14 y 26 de
octubre ya que el dia 28 el Consejo T6cnico debe decidir sobre cuAles
serin aceptados para el PRIMER SALON ABIERTO DE PANAMA.
Las obras no aceptadas deben de ser retiradas por sus duefios du-
rante la primera semana de noviembre.
El dia de la apertura de la exposici6n -el 15 de noviembre- serA
tambi6n el de la entrega de los premios acordados por el Jurado Califi-
cador (distinto del de Admisi6n). Esos premios consisten en un Primer
Premio de B/.300.00; un Segundo Premio de B/.150.00 y un Tercer Pre-
mio de B/.50.00.

Regeneracion Taictil

Es Ahora Factible

La ciencia m6dica podri de-
volver a quienes lo hubieren
perdido, el sentido del lacto en
la yema de los dedos, segiun
se revel6 en un congrego de
cirugia alemin celebrado re-
cientemente en Munich.
La cirugia plistica de lo que
mirs urgida estaba ha sido de
) cartilagos o estruc-
tura 6sea para sus sorprenden-
tes avances. Hasta ahora se ha
echado mano mayormente de
transplants de otras parties de
la anatomia del propio pacien-
te. Pero tambi6n se han reali-
zado maravillosos trabajos con
material plAstico, marfil y ni-
.16n, especialmente en la nariz.

gin embargo ahora se ha des-
cubierto una substancia de cau-
cho silic6n que elimina las pro-
piedades desventajosas de las
otras7 materials artificiales has-
ta ahora empleadas.
Ea Dra. Schmidt-Tintemann
inform sobre sus experimen-
tos con la nueva substancia. Si
por ejemplo, la yema de los de-
dos sufriese dafios en un acci-
dente, seri possible utilizar esa
material en vez de transplants
de la piel. El Dr. Zrubecky pro-
yect6 una cinta de una opera-
ci6n en la cual el paciente re-
cuper6 su sent'do del tacto en
un indice que fue reconstruido
con la substancia indicada arri-



1 Cons6rvese en condiciones fisicas pare que
cumpla con su dia de trabajo.
2 Use ropas ap'ropiadas a su trabajo: zapatos
de seguridad y guantes protectores cuando
sea necesario.
3 Use gafas protectoras o cualquier otro equi-
po de protecci6n si el trabajo que realize lo
4 Preste atenci6n a las instrucciones de sus
superiores; est6 seguro de que las compren-
do antes de comenzar el trabajo.
5 Si used no supiera hacer su trabajo con se-
guridad, pida instrucciones a sus superiors.
6 Dondequiera que usted vea o denote condi-
clones de inseguridad informed a sus supe-
7 Acomode y desacomode todo et material con
qu, trabeae con prec&uci6n. El manejo im-
propio de los materials es una de las prin-
cipales causes de accidents.
8 No site materials en los pasillos. Siempre
que ivea clavos sobresaliendo en cajones, ta-
b'as, etc., d6blelos o siquelos.
9 Cuando trabaje con etro obrere al suspender
o bajar objects pesados avisele siempre cuan-
do used va a solar su lade. No haga nada
Sque pueda causar lesiones a ousted o a su
10 Aprende a levantar objefos pesados on for-
ma correct: doble las rodillas, conserve I&
espalda recta. Cuando no pueda con une
carga, pida ayuda.

o "u
del Grado 11 de Comercio, f6e
el triunfador en el concurs de
la mejor composici6n en al Se-
gundo Ciclo de la Escuela Se-
cundaria de Paraiso, motive
por el cual fue incluido en el
program de inauguraci6n de
la Semane del Libro, leyendo
un fragment de su composi-
ci6n premiada. El acto tuo. lu-
gar en el gimnasio del plantel.

1I f Tpv~~i


La programaci6n pare el mes de septiembre ha queda-
do acordada segOn informaci6n recibida de la comist6n de
"Cine-Infantil" del Instituto Panamefio de Arte. El progra-
ma de proyecciones es el siguiente:
1-La Furia de Tarzan (Tarzan's Savage Fury).
8-Carnaval de Cartones (Carnival of Cartoons).
IS-Gulliver en el Pals de los Enanos (Gulliver's Travels).
22-Toto y Marcelino (Toto and Marcelino).
29-Marineros de Agua Dulce (Saps at Sea).

Itinerario Cultural

Para Septiembre '63

EL CORO DE LA ESCUELA Secundaria de Paraiso, bajo la direcci6n de la profesora Blandina
Waterman, canW6 "Las Luci6rnagas", de Lincke, durante el actor de inauguraci6n de la Semana
del Libro el mi6rcoles por la maiana en el gimnasio del plantel. Al piano estuvo la profesora
Evelina de Pringle.


Un movido program de ac-"
tividades culturales tiene pre-
parado para realizasse durante
el mes de septiembre entrant
el Institute Panamefio de Arte,
destacandose la exhibici6n de
finisimas reprodiicciones de la
obra del inmortal maestro de
la pintura Rembrandt.
Esas reproduciones pertene-
cen al Gobierno Real de los
Paises Bajos, el cual las ha en-
viado especialmente al Institu-
to Panamefio de Arte para su
exposici6n. La Legaci6n Real
de los Paises Bajos hara'la pre-
sentaci6n durante la inaugura-
ci6n de la exposici6n el dia jue-
ves 19 de septiembre, acto al
cual 6nicamente serin admiti-
dos los socios del Instituto. Des-

de el dia siguiente en adelante
la exhib:ci6n estara abierta al
public en general, hasta su
clausura el domingo 29 de sep-
Tambien el mes entrante se
ofrecera una exposici6n totogra-
fica de Orosman GonzAlez Ve-
ga que abre el mi6rcoles 4 de
El jueves 5 de septiembre se
ofreceran proyecciones de cin-
tas culturales cedidas por la
USIS y. el viernes 27 se exhibi-
ra la pelicula clAsica "Los 400
Golpes" de Truffaut.
Todos los actos tendrAn veri-
ficativo en los salones del Ins-
tituto en el edificio del Magis-
terio Panamefio Unido en la
Urbanizaci6n Obarrip

ESTOS SON ALGUNOS de los empleados de la Division de Terminales del Canal de Panama en el
sector Atlantico, que terminaron un program de adiestramiento en la operaci6n de montacargas
de trinche, en el coal los instructors pasaron unas 15.000 horas impartiendo sus ensefianzas. En
la fotografia aparecen, de izquierda a derecha, al frente, Edward S. Williamson, Vincent E. Lowe,
Carlos L. Andrade, Joseph F. DeCosta, Victor Macea / Basil G. Coke. Atras estin, Rafael E. Pin-
der, Zolio Crisson, Bertram A. Dean, Horacio Duncan, Harmond L. Cockburn y Carlos E. Pernett.
No aparecen en la fotografia, James A. Barrett, Lester Anderson, Granville S. Eversley, St. Clair
V. Gill, Roger S. Pierrelas, Robert A. Yarde, Antonio Bracho y Gerald S. Parris.

Ago'sto-30 de 1963

Pigina DOS


Aaosto 30 de 1963


Phgina TR1S



Ismael Laguna luci6 muy su-
perior al mexicano Lalo Gue-
rrero al vencerlo por decision
undnime el domingo por la no-
che en el Estadio Olimpico de
PanamA, en el combat que
sostuvieron a 10 asaltos.
Laguna, clasificado el primer
retador a la corona mundial
del peso pluma, jug6 prActica-
mente con el mexicano, que es-
tA clasificado en noveno lugar,
al equal hizo sangrar de la na-
riz desde el quinto asalto, a-ra-
vindole la herida en el nove-

no cuando sangr6 profusamen-
En la pelea no se registra-
ron caidas, pero el dominio de
Laguna fue notorio. El pugil
colonense se prepare ahora pa-
ra enfrentarse a su finico ven-
cedor, el colombiano Antonio
"Mochila" Herrera en la no-
che del 15 de septiembre en el
Estadio Olimpico, en combat
a diez asaltos.* Herrera, que
venci6 a Laguna el 7 de junior
ultimo en BogotA, Colombia,
por decision uninime, deberfi
llegar hoy al Istmo.

EL EQUIPO DE VOLIBOL de la Escuela Secundaria de Rainbow City conquist6 el torneo inter-
colegial de la categoria mayor masculina, al ganar tres de los cuatro partidoe que celebr6 con el
de Paraiso. Es la primera vez en muchos afios que Rainbow City gana el titulo. A la izquierda,
' parade, esti el professor de educaci6n fisica Allan Forte, y a la derecha, el professor Clinton Pa-
rris. El equipo estuvo integrado por los jugadores: Richard Cardoze (capitin), Rolando Gord6n,
Ricardo Leslie, Angel Keaton, Leopoldo Lever, Cecilio Barnett, Eulogio Smith, Cesar Magall6n,
Ellis Joseph y Angel Maza.

camy Bet y Luis Patinto LEONES DE ARRAIJAN

Dispufan El Titulo Gallo

El domingo sera disputa-
da la vacant corona del pe-
so gallo del Istmo, cuando
se midan en combat *de
boxeo a doce asaltos en el
Gimnasio Nacional, los pu-
gilistas Camilo Valdespino,
mas conocido como Camy
Beto y Luis Patitio.
La corona de las 118 li-
bras se encuentra vacant

desde que Ismael Laguna la
abandon por no poder ha-
cer mas el peso. Laguna se
encuentra peleando ahora
entire los pesos plumas.

Beto y Patifio Ilegaron a
las finales de una elimina-
tar d^ a.ra dfr la C mi

si6n de Boxeo Prof.
de Panama.

MIucbos Cambios En

A nos Dice Ex-Zonej

La viuda del capitAn Frede-
rick Howard Cooke, de visit
actualmente en el Istmo, se
muestra maravillada -de los
cambios registrados durante
los 61timos afios.
Antigua resident de la Zona
del Canal, donde vivi6 de ni-
fia a los catorce afios en 1908,
cuando su padre, Adolphe "Ad"
Faure, vino procedente de Nue-
va Orleans para ser ayudante
especial del General Goethals,
la sefiora Cooke recuerda su in-
fancia en Emperador, dgnde su
familiar estuvo radicada antes
de mudarse a Balboa Heights.
Su sefiora madre, Madama
Faure, fue bien conocida en el
Istmo ya que con frecuencia
cantaba en conciertos y espec-
tAculos para beneficencia.
En diciembre de 1914 la se-
iiorita Faure cas6 con el en-

tonces CapitAn Cooke,
era el fiunico ingeniero
ayudante del Almirante
seau, de la Comisi6n,.d

isumeno. Su nermana, xolan-
de, tambi6n contrajo nupcias
en el Istmo.
La sefiora de Cooke visit
PanamA en 1926 y luego en 1932
y actualmente se halla aqui vi-
sitando a su hija y yerno, el
CapitAn Howard L. Stone, Jr.,
de la" Armada norteamericana,
quien es Ayudante de Estado
Mayor del Programa de Asis-
tencia Militar.
Aunque encuentra atractivos
los cambios en las viviendas
modernas, prefiere las nostAl-
gicas casonas, montadas en
zancos, donde discurri6 su ado-
lescencia con sus cuartos am-
plios y de alto cieloraso...

El Club de Leones de Arrai-
jAn, que se esti distinguiendo
por sus altruistas gestiones en
pro de la comunidad, tendri un
paseo por el Canal de PanamA,
.el domingo por la mafiana.

Festival En Honor De Los

Lasallistas Que Ganaron

Olimpiadas En Nicaragua

El Club de Padres de Fami-'
lia del Colegio La Salle, ha or-
ganizado un gran festival bai-
lable que se lilevara a cabo en
la noche del viernes 6 dre sep-
tiembre en el Club Uni6n de
PanamA, en honor a los atletas
que ganaron las Olimpiadas
Lasallistas celebradas recien-

temente en Managua, Nicara-
El festival bailable, que se
iniciara a las 8 p.m.'sera ame-
nizado por Lucho Azcarraga y
su famoso conjunto. La entrada
costarb $1.00 v todos los esco-
lares. y residents de la Zona
del Canal estan invitados.

Cuatro Peleas Eliminatorias

En Boxeo de Colon el Domingo
Cuatro encuentros de eliminaci6n se celebrardn el domingo en la
I5 Arena- de Col6n, para escoger a los campeones del boxeo aficionado de
Col6n, en el program que ha organizado la Liga Distritorial de Boxeo
Aficionado de Colon.
ita Los combates de eliminacion sercn los que sostendran Vicente Or-
tiz contra Johnny Powlett en las 112 libras, Alfonso Hurtado frente a Be-
be Nelson en las 112 libras, Elpidio G6ndola con Daniel Hernmndez en 119
quien libras y Alberto Brand contra Federi co Bell en 126 libras. Tambien habrd'
e Rous- una pelea entire Luis Campos y Martin Laguna en 118 libras, la cual no
el Canal es de eliminaci6n.



Mafiana a las 7:30 de la noche serA coronada como
Reina de la Banda de la Escuela Secundaria de Rainbow
City, la sefiorita Arsenia GAlvez, quien triunf6 en el con-
curso Ilevado a cabo entire los estudiantes de ese plantel
latinoamericano de la Zona del Canal.
El acto se Uevari a cabo en el Gimnasio de Rainbow
City, y la sefiorita Gilvez serfi coronada por la sefiorita
Sheila Clarke, Reina de la Escuela de Rainbow City el afio

LA ESCUELA SECUNDARIA DE PARAISO tuvo que contentarse esta vez con el subcampeonato
del torneo de volibol intercolegial de las Escuelas Latinoamericanas, al caer vencideo *nte Rain-
bow City este afio. Al extremo izquierdo, parade, esti el professor de educaci6n fisica Cedric Bailey,
y aa derecha el professor Julio C6sar Sinclair. Los integrantes del equipo fueron Roger Hudgyen,
Jose Stennett, Kenneth MacFarlane, Jose Morales, Claude Hogan, Fernando Belgrave, Redole
RicherE, Federice Ellington, Lorenzo Robinson, Frank Edward, Earl Walters, Carlos Yearwood,
Carlos Chambers y Reginald Bennett.


Agosto 30 de 1963 P I L L W A Y Pgina CUATRO


12:00-Show del Mediodia
1:30-Cine on su Casa'
4:30-Carnaval de
5:30-La Nueva
6:30-litazo Royal
7:00-El Buen Pastor
8:00-Ciudad Desnuda
9:00-Un Paso al Mas
12:00-Carnaval de
12:45-Cine Serie Semaoal
1:30-Papa lo Sabe Todo
4:30-Carnaval de
5:00-Mundo de la Mujor
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00-Dick Tracy
8:00-Ajedrez Fatal
9:00-Foro de Opinion
12:00-Carnaval de
12:45-Cine Serie Semanal
Sl:30-Pap lao Sabe Todo
4:30-Carnaval de
5:00-Mundo de la Muetr
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
7:00-Roy Rodgers
8:00-Fred Astaire
9:00-Impelio del Oeste

12:00-Carnaval de
12:45-Cine Serie Semanal
,1:30-Papa lo Sabe Todo
4:30-Carnaval de
5:00-Mundo de la Mujer
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00-Dibujos Animados
7:00-Buggs Bunny
8:00-Surf Side 6
9:00-Robert Taylor
9:30-Nick Charles
12:00-Carnaval le
12:45-Cine Serie Semanal
1:30-Pap& lo Sabe Todo
- 2:15-Reportajes
4:30-Carnaval de
5:00-Mundo de la Muler
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
7:00-Extrafio Mundo del"
7:30-Show Internacional
8:30-La Hora Once
9:30-Peter Gunn

12:00-Carnaval de
12:45-Cine Serie Semanal
1:30-Pap& lo Sabe Todo
4:30-Carnaval de
5:00-Mundo de la Mujer
5:45--Fiesta de Estrellitas
6:00-El Cegato Magoo
7:00-El Hombre del Rifle
8:00-Boris Karloff
.9:00-El Fabricante de

.12:00-Carnaval de
12:45-Cine Serie Semanal
Mundiales .
4:00-Sarao de Tevedos
5:00-Mundo de la Mujer
5:45-Fiesta de Estrellitas
8:00-Ben Casey
9:00-Sam Benedict



10:00-Todo por la Pttria
10:30-Inspector Lecrerc
11:00- ~davese Quien
11:30-Hazafias del Espacio
12:00-La Comedia Silente
12:30-Cita Informal
1:30-Novela Semanal
5:30-Alegrias Infantiles
6:30-Cero no
8:00-Solo los Valientes
11:30-Alegrias Infantiles
12:15-Los Bucaneros
1 :00-Corrousel Hipico
1:10-Novela Semanal
1:45-Buenas Tardes
4:30-La Cocina en T.V.
5:00-Tres Caras de Mujer
5:30-Tite-es y C6micas
6:00-El Homnbre en el
6:30-Ley del Rev6lver
7:30-Bin Tin Tin
8:00-Hraft Musical
8:30---La Actriz
9:00-El Caminante
9:30-R,'a 66
11:30-Alegrias Infantiles
12:15-Randall El lusticiero
1:00-Carrousel Hipico '
1:10-Novelh Semanal
1:45-Buenas Tardes
4:30-Cocina en T.V.
5:00-Tres Caras de Mujer
5:30-Titeres y C6micas
6:00El Hombre en el
6:30-Yogi Bear
7:30-Estudio Pepsi .
8:00-La Hora Continental
8:30-La Actriz
9:00-El Caminante
S9:30-Los Defensorese
10:00-Programa Especial

11:30-LAleqrias Infantiles
12:15-Diario de a Bordo
1:00-Cavrousel Hipico -
1:10-Novela Semanal.
1:45-Buenas Tardes.-
4:30-Cocina en T.V.
5:00-Titeres y C6micas
6:00-El Hombre en el
S Espacio
7:30-Sir' Francis Drake
8:00-C6micos y
'8:30-La "Actri ,
9:00E1 Camin nte -
9:30-Dr. Kildare
.10:30-Nolicias .
11:30-Alegrias Infantiles
12:15-Rev61ver a la
1:00-Carrousel Hipico -
1:10-Novela Semanal
1:45-Buenas Tardes
4:00-Documoental- :
4:30-Cocin"o en T.V.
5:00-Tres Caras de Mulert"
5:30-Titeres y C6micas
6:00-El Hombre en el
7:30-El Hombre Invisible
8:00-La Hora Orange
8:30-La Actriz
9:00-El Caminante
9:30-Dick Powell Show

11:30-Alegrias Infantiles
12:15-La Legi6n
Extranjeitt "
1:00-Carrousel Hipico
1:10-Novela Semanal
1:45-Buenas Tardes
4:30-Cocina en T.V.
5:00-Tres Caras de Muoer
5:30-Titeres y C6micas
6:00-El Hombre en el
6:3b--Annie Oakley
7:30-Bat Masterson
8:00-Las Estrellas y Ud.
8:30-La Actriz
9:00-El Caminante
9:30-La Era Siniestra

11:30-Alegrias Infantiles
12:15-Llanero Solitario
- 12:45-Noticias
1:00-Carrousel Hipico
1:10-Mi Carretilla y Yo
1:30-Yo Quiero a 'Lucy
2:00-Tres Caras de Muier
4:30-Cocina en T.V.
5:00-Club Infantil.
5:30-Titeres y C6micas
6:00-El Hombre en el
8:30-Perry Mason

G.,- .,rt E IN L A IQ' CA

Bajo el encabezado "People
in the Spo:light" aparecen en
nuestra secci6n inglesa:

MARTIE S. PIERRE, operarie
de tractor de campo de mante-
nimiento de predios en la Di-
visi6n de Servicios Comunales
en Anc6n, fue una vez boxea-
dor aficionado y professional del
peso pluma, pero ahora es to-
dlo un peso complete que corta
la hierba en los prados de An-
c6n. Pierre Ileva 12 aios al ser-
vicio del Canal de Panam eon
la misma division. Naci6 en el
Hospital Gorgas y reside aho-
ra en Rio Abajo, Panami. Co-
mo pugilista aficionado celebr6
20 peleas, ganando seis de ellas,
y como professional celebr6 so-
lamente dos, empatando una,
perdiendo en la otra y retirAn-
dose inmediatamente. Eso ocu-
rri6 en 1952. Ahora pelea sola-
mente con la hierba, a la cual
siempre vence.

'mantenimiento de predios de-la Divisi6n de Ser-
vicios Comunales en Anc6n, tiene ya 30 anos al
servicio del Canal de Panama, despu6s de haber
trabajado de 1915 a 1920 como aguatero en el
viejo "Quartermaster" y pasando luego a usar
la guadaia para cortar la maleza. En 1951 fue
,ascendido a iardinero y a menudo se le puede
ver por los jardines de Anc6n arreglando las
miatas. Guzman naci6 en el ya desaparecido
pueblo de Las Cascadas en la Zona del Canal;
reside en Villalobos, Distrito de Juan Diaz, Pa-
nama, es casado, tiene. 2 hijos y 4 nietos.

WILLIAM WIRTZ, jefe inte-
rino de Capataces, Constructor
de buques, de la Divisi6n In-
dustrial de Mount Hope, naci6
en la Zona del Canal donde ha
vivido toda la vida. Su padre
fue uno de los constructors de
la grand via interoceanica. El
senior Wirtz ha trabajado en
obras p6blicas de la Armada
como 10 anios y con el Canal
de Panama desde abril de 1948.
* Residente en Margarita con su
esposa, tienen una hija, Jenny,
quien estudia en el Colegio de
Nuestra Seiora de Bel6n en
Las Cumbres.

mer capataz mecanico de mari-
na de los talleres de la Divisi6n
Industrial en M o u n t Hope;
quien trabaja con el Canal de
Panama desde hace 26 afos,
habiendo Ilegado al Istmo pro-
cedente de Reading, Pennsyl-
vania, en diciembre de 1936 pa-
ra trabajar por breve tiempo


Pubicaci6n olicial del Canal de
Panama, impresa semanalmente en
los talleres de "La Estrella de Pa-
nama&* en la ciudad do Panama,
Republica de Panam. Soe autori-
za la reproduccion ya tuere verbal
o escrita. de cualquier .cr6nica o'
noticia aqui aparecida, sin necesi-
dad de solicitud express.
Robert 1. Fleming, Jr.
David S. Parker
Jefe de la Oficina de Informaci6n
Frank A. Baldwin
La informacin que so deseare
publicar en el SPILLWAY debe ser
recibida en la oficina del Fete de
Prensa a m&s tardar el martes en
la tarde paras a pr6xima edici6n.
Informaci6n de carrcter urgent po-
dria sex entregada el miercoles y
hasta el jueves antes del mediodia.
Dirigir la correspondencia a PA-
Balboa Heights. Zona del Canal.

en la Divisi6n de Esclusas.
Casado y con dos hijos que
actualmente son ingenieros ma-
rinos en los Estados Unidos y

una hija, tambi6n casada quo
reside en Texas, Allgaier re-
side en Margarita con su espo-


30-Instituto Panamefio de Arte ofrece una exposici6n de
cuadros de ALFREDO SINCLAIR B. en la Galeria del
Magisterio Panameho Unido en Urbanizaci6n Obarrio,
30 Fiesta de Santa Rosa de Lima en Ocfi, San Carlos y

1 Feria en las bases areas de Albrook y de Howard. Con-
ciertos, espectAculo a6reo, etc. De 11 de la mariana a
6 de la tarde.
2 - Dia del Trabajo (Feriado en la Zona del Canal).
4 Apertura de la exposici6n de fotografias de Orosman
Gonzalez Vega. Magisterio Panamefio Unido. Urbani-
zaci6n Obarrio. 8 de la noche.
5 Cine Club dej Instituto Panamefio de Arte. Proyecci6n
films culturales de la USIS: "El Arte de los Mayas";
"El Rostro de Lincoln". "Aventura del Pasado". Lu-
gar: Magisterio Panamefio Unido en la Urbanizaci6n
Obarrio, a las 8 de la noche.
6 al 8 Feria Agricola e Industrial de Bocas del Tore.
7 -Aniversario ae la mdependencia del Brasil (1822).
11 La Asociaci6n de Conciertos present al famoso cellista
Adolfo Odnoposoff acompailado al piano por el professor
Hans Janowitz. Teatro Bella Vista. 8:45 p.m.
13 al 16 Segundo Festival del Arroz en ArraijAn.
15 -Aniversario de la independencia de Costa Rica, El Sal-
vador; Guatemala, Honduras y Nicaragua (1821).
16 -Aniversario de la independence de M6xico.
18 Aniversario de la Independencia de Chile (1810).
19 Inauguraci6n de la exposici6n de reproduccioires de la
obra de Rembrandt, enviadas especialmente por el Real
Gobierno de Holanda al Instituto Panamefio de Arte,
por intermedio de la Legaci6n Real de los Paises Bajos.
Lugar: Magisterio Panameiio Unido, Urban'zaci6n Oba-
rrio. Hora: 8:00 p.m. La exposici6n continuara hasta
dia 29.
22 al 29 Semana Cultural y del Libro en Panama.
23 al 27 Festival de la Mejorana en Guarar6.
27 Cine Club del Instituto Panameilo de Arte: "Los Cua-
trocientos Golpes" de Truffaut. Lugar: Magisterio Pa-
namefio Unido, Urbanizaci6n Obarrio. Hora: 8

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