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 Material Information
Title: La gaceta
Uniform Title: Gaceta (Tampa, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 45 cm.
Language: Spanish
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Tampa Fla
Creation Date: May 31, 1963
Frequency: weekly[jan. 15, 1954-]
daily (except sunday)[ former 1922-jan. 9, 1954]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Cubans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Hispanic Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Italian Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Tampa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ybor City (Tampa, Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hillsborough County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Ybor City
United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Tampa
Coordinates: 27.9564 x -82.4344 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Language: In Spanish, 1922-1954; in Spanish and English, 1954; in Spanish, English, and Italian, 1954-<1995>.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1922.
General Note: Director: Victoriano Manteiga, <1922>.
General Note: Description based on: Año 1, num. 119 (oct. 6 de 1922).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 01445676
lccn - sn 86002403
issn - 0016-3724
System ID: UF00028296:00334

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AO XL NUl\IERO 22 VIERNES, 31 DE MAYO DE 1963, TAMPA, FLORIDA i i 7 tvos
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Roland Manteiga ..


: AS WE HEARD IT : I I

,
Mayoralty candidate Guy Burnett, the only
man in the race, will open his Ybor City Headquarters ,
June 14th. It will be located on East Broadway and ; I
Street. Insuranceman Joe Lopez will be top man of V i
Burnett forces in this area.
Mrs. Ora Lee Lala is Mr. Burnett's campaign
tary at his main political office on Platt Street. Mrs.
ran Julian Lane's headquarters in the 1959 elections. ;
'
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The oldest and largest organized chartered
club in Dade County, the Democratic Club of Miami
is sending out petitions, quote: "A new state office '
ing in Tallahassee should be named for former :
Charley ,Johns, State Senator from Starke, since his
around work and devotion for the progress of ,
merits and warrants this well-deserved honor."- '
Gluck is president.
4
S. .

The Ybor City Chamber of> Commerce will hold \\1
:' official dedication ,of the Ybor City "Mall" and
i area tomorrow, Saturday, June 1st at 10:30: in the ;
t 4 ing. The beautifully designed and landscaped "
ji is located on 16th Street between E. Broadway and
Avenue. "U'all come."
S. ;

, ; According to the "Corner Cupboard", widely-read I
\, ly in ,Orlando, followers of prospective gubernatorial I
didates are not waiting for the legislative session to end ) ( :
order to begin politicking for their favorite :
I Realtor Bob Heasley has begun pushing for "
; Dickinson Stan company executive Don Barbour will'' '
a leader for the'Haydon Burns forces. Here is a 'I
or two from the Orlando paper.
"Dickinson, certain to be branded as Governor
"crowned prince" is gathering unexpected support
ly. Some county leaders for, Doyle Carlton, Jr. in the ,
Ii L t. campaign have joined the camp that defeated them. i
ft,-: '. are on a "stop Haydon Burns" crusade. Burns, '' \
: *',. may be the man to stop. He has' never been strong in '
. [ i ; cal Politics but he' ia gathering n'tomentum' since his '

I .e' s.}'election 1 ,as ,:Mayqr; .of ,Jacksonville.!l ."* _,.y I ,,
I f/I" -, : '
' ; Ybor City Banker A. U. Grimaldi, Jr., who '
I'' ,, announced his candidacy for City Councilman for
j I'r (Continued on page 14)) :
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1'1' } SABEN LOS REPUBLICANOS ,QUE .

i / INCIERTO Y LO DICEN
\ )
,*, / WASHINGTON Mayo 27.-Con. "Jamas se ba considerado
:,;'t testando la falsedad dlfundlda por bandonar a Guan Unamo y no
algunos, lideres republlcanos de q. bari."
el goblerno planea abandonar la ReveI6 que ie ha Instalado : I
I i I base naval de OuanUnamo, el centro acuetlco en Bermuda
Presidente Kennedy, dUo la sema- tlnado a mejorar el sistema
.\ na paeada que las conrersaciones escucbar los sonldos que ae ,
,I de los republlcanos (acerca de laI' ducen debajo del agua y
J 'V politica ertranjera no' tienen fun. la base naval en Puerto Rico. I
"Quiza .e''dedujera de eso
:' ; damenfo} y ellos lo I aaJben.I ;
I f:1:'"<:. ,"Saben ellos que es tnclerto; vaonos a abandonar' a ,
,
pero esto puede ser la mlsma cIaI mo."
, Be de coca que vamps a oar desde "No tenemos evldencla de ,
j ahora hasta los renideros 18 me- se haya aumentado la
BCS/' c6n milltar en Cuba. Todavla
'
t. "iFaltan cast 18 mesas para las se, ha producldo una
elecclones presidencies! de, 1964. retirada de las trope .
La acnsacion sobre Guantanamo 'pero no tenemos pruebas de
indlca como muchu personas lo hayan llegado en proporcl6n! !I ,
t ban sospechado antes, que hay yor a las retlradas." \
noUvacl6n politics en algunos de "En cuanto a la cnestlon !
los ataque sobre nuestra politl Da' hasta boy no sabemos que
'' ca ,con reapecto a. Cuba." (Pass a la paglna 2)"junior" )

I APROBADO UN PRESUPUESTO ODE I '

'S987.000.000; PARA FLORIDA :I

se destlnan $ :
; TALLAHASSEE. Mayo 28. A- adicionales ;
y $23,400,000 para
: i 'como ya lo habla fcecho la camara 4
Be conceden tambUn '
de $987,000
1. un presupuesto a los maestros de $360, $450 y $
los gastos de dos aloe.r
f 000 para anuales, dependiendo' de los a6
', Votaron a, favor 89 senadores y de servlclos.Aumtatass..
'6 en contra. 'los sueldos al
La cantMad sobrepasa en masde nador, mlembros de su cabin te
$200,000.000 al, presnpoesto actual. Jefes'de principals' agendas.Para ,
V lo quo hari necesario< '-nuevoa Ingresos, qulzis sobre los 7 por clento en. el primer ado ; ,
comestibles y las medlclnas.AprobA bienlo y 3 por clento en el I
r 'ess total un coraltt mix. do. -

,, to del senado y. .ladmaJ'a.Reipr.1 'Destlnanse*$23,000,000 para I" i :
,tisenta nna !- "}. dlsmlnucl6nsobre 'dar afflnanctar. el,plan .de e:Ci.I. ,
I
V lo que si senado habfa pro- .. .p rtanct "el 75 por clento \ ,
$1,124,00,000y'an' anmento estado. 7/ .226'( por-dento I :;. I i :
pvesto dados, t .
,ji;sobre los $963,000,000 que 'propay 1*- eantklad 'para el ."""' I' / ;," ,, | ; I

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MAfiANA SERA ELEGIDA, LA REINA I -:- NOT ASS a C I ALE S -:- PAGINA 2 LA GACETA
VIERNES, 31 DE MAYO DE 1903

DEL CENTRO ESP AROL SE CA3ARAN LA CELESTE ANN SANCHEZ

SEMANA PROXIMALa WILLIAM R. BROWN III NACIMIENTOS
La Rein de la instltuci6ntnallst mu-4 a
Srta. Dorothy Lee Meeks, El Rev. Archie McKee, de 1 la Un nlfto, bijo de los esposos
,. Oentro Bspafiol, que es Lorne Greene En
me'radamente lilja de los esposoa Rufus L. Iglesia Presbiteriana de Hyde Minor Nestor, del 4024 Corona.
atiende socles
a BUS ,
sera. eleglda mafiana, sabado, eel 'Six Gun Territory'Lorne Meeks, del 1508 River Shores Way, Park, bendljo la uni6n matrlmo. Una nlfia, hija de los esposos
Oreen desempefia el Ju la Srta. Celeste Ann Miguel Sierra, del 3102 calle 31.
edificio: de East Broadway y 1 I. que Be casara el vlernea pr6xlmo, nlal de Sanchez -

calle 16.ReveetlrL. papel de' Ben Cartwright en la nio 7, con el Sr. Agustln P1A. Jr., hija de loa esposos S. D.

extraordinarla brlllan popular eerie televisada Bonanza hijo de los esposos Agustin Plareclnos Sanchez, del 817 W. Frances, con

tez la ceremonia de coronacidnque se presentara hoy, viernes, saba del 2813 calle 9. el Sr. William Randolph Brown

I 'tendra lugar en el teatro. do y domingo en "Six: Gun Terri Se rerificara la ceremonia matrimonial HI, hijo de loa eaposoa W. R. SHERATONTAMPA

I "Las candidatas lo son las en. tory", gran atraJcc6n! del oeste, en la Iglesia Presbiterla.aa Brown, Jr., de Mcintosh.

(cantadoras senorttas Sandra Blan- sltuado en la Ruta 40 entre Oca St. John.Oraduada D16 a su hija en matrimonio el

\ coif Arlene Echevarria' Sylvia Lo la y Silver Springs. es la norms de la es- Sr. Sanchez.

} I.. pez,1"Jeannette Garcia y Osceol Ben Cartwright es el duefio del cuela de segunda ensefianza Jefferson Fueron loa padrlnos el padre

; Delgado pertenecientes las cine Rancho Ponderosa en "Bonanza' donde pertenecl al coro. del norlo y la Sra. Ronald PratIntegraron .

i a muy estlmadas familial de est y le ayudan BUS "hljos", que res Familiares y amlgos quedan In- la corte de 'honor las

\+' t ciudad. petan y quleren a su padre. rltados. Srtas. Catherine Brown, hermana

Bajo las reglas de los afios an'teriores "Six Gun Territory" se rettere BODA PARA EL 29 DE JUNK del novio, Candy Smith y Judy

se verlflcara la votaci6n&e a los turbulentos dine[ del Oeste, Los esposos Jlmonle Mortellaro, Lynn Prince, y los senores Bobby Fountain Court

I : 'ballari desde las 10:00: de la con I en teatro, taller de herreria residentes en el 2505 calle Fig, a- Sanchez, Mike Meffert, Gordon P -: Finest French Cuisine :-

noche haata boras de la madruga. Indlos, dillgencia y el "Expreso de I caban de anunciar que au hija An. Smith, Henry }Frazer y Bartow Dancing Nightly

,I da. \ la Frontera." tonieta se unlra en matrimonio el McMullen. Phone: 229.6431

Rotundo sera el exlto social y 29 de Junto, en la Iglesia Nuestra Partleron hacla Mexico en via SHERATON TAMPA MOTOR INN

f artistico. Funcion DeEstampas Sefiora del Perpetuo Socorro, con je| de luna de mlel. Free Drive In Side Parking

6:+ Musicales el Sr. Joseph La Manila, Jr., hijo -Residlran en Casselberry. Downtown TampaDON'T

de los esposos Joseph La Mantla, MARTA ANN BLIVEN
Los Chavales El domingo 9 de junio Estampas'
'. Sr., domlclliados en el 3004 Union. HAROLD VELASCO
Musicales presentara en el teatro
De Espana EnPortOCall Ella se gradu6 en la Academia: Unieron
del Centro Asturlano, "La Monte- tus Tidal en la Iglesia ijl r

rla", zarzuela del maestro Jaclnto de los Santos Nombres y estudla Methodist de Palma Cela, oflcian OOKTONIGHT

Guerrero, y "La Vluda Alegre,'* I en la Business University de Tam do el Rev. Paul Wagner, la linda

La famosa orquesta "Los Cha- la famosa opereta de Franz Le- I pa. En junlo se graduara de secre. Srta. Marta Ann Bllven, hija de

rales de Espafla" esta tocando en i tarla. i los esposos Earl L. Bliven doml Call

Port-O-Call y puede ser olds sill4todai' bar."La Monteria"! esta a cargo de El novio se. gradud en la escue- I ciliados en el 3714 Horatio, y elI CHICKENDELIGHT
; lat noches hasta el 8 de la de segunda ensefianta Jeffer- .
la soprano Hortensla Sinchez, ti. I Sr. Harold Velasco, bijo de la senora
Junio. pie c&mica Diana Garcia! y tenorccSmlco eon y ahora sirre a la nacl6u en I Eleanor Stroud, residente en
Luis Tamayo y Felix Caballero la marina de guerra, estaclonado el 204 Westshore Boulevard.
Gerardo Valdes.Se .
son los cantantes y adem&s ha. en Pensacola. .: FREE DELIVERY :.
ban conflado' los principals 'I Entreg6 a su hija en matrimo-
bela y :Miguel. Within 3-mile Radius
papeles de La Viuda Alegre", a nio el Sr. Bliven.Apadrinaron .

Tambien* Jimmy Nelson con June Daniels, que sera la Vluda. Carbonell Se a los contrayentes 3926 GR. CENTRAL
Dany O Day y compaftia, y Ralph el Sr. Varde la Sra. WI!.
tenor Joe Patane, soprano Alma Graduara De Tony y Phone 877-5879
Flanagdn
y su orquesta. lam A. Parker, de Fort Pierce.
Phillips, tenor William Rodriguez[ I
Para los dial[
comprendldoa en- Medico .
Sylvia Delgado, Onidlo SAnchez y Acomodaron a las senoras y senoritas
tre junco 10 15 anunclados
y son
loa Sres. Ralph Lazzara
Charles Barreto.
el almpatico Tito Guizar y Henny Un joven muy conocido en esta
Coriatas y bailarinas: PaUla ciudad, Oumerslndo Carbonell Jr., III y Anthony Lazzara.
Youngman, y la orquesta de Ralph BAIRD
Flanagan. Amo, Nurl de la Cruz, Nancy Falcon reclblra su diploma, de medico de Residlran en Lake Magdalenea
Monlque Groulx Alicia Rodriguez su regreso de un viaje de luna
t k,rt.'o.Ca1J.. en Tierra Verde, la la Unirersldad de Miami, el jnar-
de miel. Mobile Homes
maravllla de la' costa Oeste de Shirley Scarborough, George tel 11 de junlo alai 8:00: de la

Florida Garcia, James Leone, Alberto' Pa- noche, en el 1 Miami Beach Exhibition In C.

zo y Henry Valdez. Hall, en Miami Beach.
: TONIGHT! 6307 Nebraska Ave.
Dlrigira Rend Gonzilez. La mu- Oumerslndo, a qulen BUS amlgos
'Lawrence Of Arabia'En mica eatara de Evangelina LARGE SELECTIONOF
a cargo
I Raman Sindo, abrevlando su nom- 9 P.M. Till
El Teatro Center Guadarrama. Precio de ,entrada: clara inteligencia e In.
>rer posse
Come /In and See the
'
U.OO, gr sarA como tnterno en el Tam Mobile Homes
Esta exhiblendose en el teatro -
CUALQUIER. .. pa General Hospital, a partir del NEWEST DANCE SENSATION
Center, de St. Petersburg, sltua.
do en Central y calle 9,. la piejorpellcula (Vieme' de la prlmera) 10 de Julio. i THE DOG '* New and Used
.
def -afio, "Lawrence "Un quebranto de las obllgaciones Muchoa exltOB le deseamos al r'' JOIN IN- DO YOUR VERSION All Sizes All Floor Plans :..
asumldas los Estados U simpAtico tampefio en su impor- PRIZES
por
Arabia"
; que obtuviera 7 premios 8-10-12-20 Wides
nidos no podrla[ ser estimada de tantislma protesi6n.Convention TO THE WINNIRB
de la Academia de Cinematogra- I
FROM $500 UP
the Dimensions!(
tla, otro modo que como perfldia. De
A Floor Plan Price and
Desempefian los principalea pa- aqui! que es cl'aro' que si los Esta. De ,

{ 'peles Peter O'Toole, Omar Sba- dos Unidos no observan eatrlcta- Los CaballerosDe Size for every Family need.

riff, Jack Hawkins, Jose Ferrer, mente el acuerdo a que se Hegara .'Satisfied Customer.Have ,

a Alex Guinness, Anthony Quinn, y agravaae la situacidn, el mun. Colon :!s' ," built our business" '
do pudiera encontrarse en unaItuacldn r. Shop In the cool of
Anthony Quayle, Claude Rains the evening
y Lot Caballeros de Col6n de Flo. IMuslC.Y .
Arthur mAl peligrosa ,que ladel OPEN TIL 9 P. M.
Kennedy.
el In- .
Ida se r.unlrAn mafiana en r.. ;1' : ,\
Los asientos estan numerados.Producclin afio pasado." crnatlonal' Inn y su convenel6n! ala ,....... ..f t:<'"" MONDAY THRU FRI)
"En ese caso nosotros cumpllemos \ .'g SAT. 8 to 6 SUN.
de Sam Spiegel-Da que aslstlran mat de COO dele '1-! 1 to 6
vid Lean. nuevo deber internaclo- SONGS by the PHONE 233.1631
ados, duraraeuatro dfa*. LARKS! I
c 'Pellcula Panavieidn de 70 mill[ nal, nuestras obllgaclones con el Tlene a su cargo ef programa, el NOW UNDER .. !
I .fraternal pueblo de Cuba sal- ------------
metros, Todd-Ao-Super Technlrama y Sr. Herman Romeo y lo patrocl- NEW MANAGEMENTVictor I

70 y Camara 65. remos en au ayuda.!' na el Tampa Council No. ((567. NOW OPENSANDWICHES
AootU
"Debemos decir esto con toda and Quid C..elan.! 1'1 J
La 81'.. Edith A. Romeo presl.el .
erledad: No Jueguen con fuego, "Our Policy Will
Accion Contra el comlt6 de las senoras.Centro I I
caballeros, y no Jueguen con los Always/ Be-The Best' A New Noontime ServiceMurphy"
Los RaterosJoe
estlnos de los
pueblo
Corn Beef
4 Special
Itominguez[ presidente de la A Fidel Castro se concedi6 en Espanol 1ii i [atettalmnettt t Cuban A

"cadena" de bodegas ,Knob N' una recepc6n verlflcada en 'el :Hospital Moderate PfcesfJOLLY !, Imported Baked Ham Swiss& Cheese Swiss

Carry, taa dado ya los pasos nece- Kremlin, las condecoraclones H6- Imported "Genova" Salami
sarios para combatlr a los rateros roe de la Unl6n Sovl6ttca, la Oren Se vita "para hoy, viernes, 31 de Lettuce A Tomato

que cauaan apreciables perdidas a de Lenin y la Medalla de Oro 'mayo, at cuerpo directive del ROGER Joe Murphy'sLOUNGE ,
"Centro Espafiol Hospital." VUlt. Our New Rumpus Room
haber organlzado la trlun-
por.
muchos nero<:lol de Tampa.
Asuntos Importantes requieren 4004 Tampa lay llva
"r Domlnguez! ha entrenado ante lucha por la llbertad e Inependencia
a un
del herdico[ pueblo la asistencla de todos. Hora: "o.e sn-t ii 1001 N. Dale Mabry
L policta para que atrape a loa ra Phone 87&9S21
/ teros, cubano y su valiosa contrlbuc6n 7:30: P. M. i

En un '4 la 12 persona fueron a- a la gran causa de la pas y el soiallsmo. -
."
rrestadas por rater[las en uno de IIIERBA

los establecimlentos de esta IIIERBA
"ca '
Carta De Gracias Argentina Bahia'
dena.. Argentina Pens
HIERBA y
Lamentable Con sincerldad,, damos efuslvasgracias
es que haya personas '
a today las personas que 41L 50-50
que se erpongan a la ver- C 41L
gUenza de. aer detentdaa y juzga- ae interesaron por nuestro ama CALCULOS GRATIS MEZCLA

das por llevarse, artlculos, en mu do Francisco Granda durante su el pie cubico

chos cases de poco valor, sin pen. enfermedad y quo. asistieron a su el pie cubico
entlerro.Especlalmente. Nosotros Cultivamos Ia Nuestra
esto tambien Garantizamos
sar que se refleja que ,nuestras
en el i nombre' de la famllia.MAftANA. queremos expre- hierbas estan libres del "Chinch Bug."
ear nuestro agradeclmiento al
Cortada
frelea dlarl.mente 'nu..tra
... Cuerpo Medico y enfermeras del .1 mediodfs .olamente. Cu.lquJ.r en cantld.d flnca.-.Lune.creclda en hasta el terl'eno el Vlernee, 8Abado hasta .
Centro Eapafiol. para major cultlvo '
et
(Vleae de la prtoera) en Condado HIII.borough.

.oficio.' LA FAMIUA AGREGUE Ie PARA LLEVARLA HASTA SU PATIOoJARDIN. Mfaimo, 200 pies. 'i

Podemos decir con orgullo que SABEN,. .
las fabricas de "puros' de Thor y (Vlene de la primers) Cualquier trabajo de mss de $75 lo financiamos. Hasta 3

las'.fibricas de "puros" de, West a haya dado a los exlladoa tubas afios para pagar. Jt

Tampa .y' Palmetto, y el mutualimo flea arenas o dlnero de loa Esta S
que se creara para que los doa Unidos. Un patio prado; con fresca hlerba de !la mafiana a la noche t

trabajadores no tuvleran que 1mplorar Clrculaba la notlcla de que el ,

la caridad pdbllca, y la Consejo de Refuglados Cubanos R. M. PULIDO '& SON SOD FARMS

magntiica obra manual de\los tor habla[ rectbldo 1200,000 como ayuda u

cedores artlstas, le 'dleron "'gran un'' mea antes de que renun Tel fono de dia: 920-5220, de Noelle: 876.7260

''Impulso creclmlento de TamPa !Iara su prealdente, Joa* Mlr6 DIRECCION PARA LLEGAR A LA FINCA: Dale Mabry
2a mlllas .1
*'y'a'l la' prosperldad actualmen-- ducto de Water. Av."e. Doble a Is izqulerda en Erlich Norte del via-
que Cardona, atacando al Presidente flnca en 'I lade izqul.rdo de" camino. Road, deepu una mllra-.la
te dlsfruU. Kennedy,' 4 \\'i ,iIf'J, i

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ENTRE EL RICO Y EL ,POBRE LA LA GACETA PAGINA S Contraeran Matrimonio El 22 De Junio ;

BRECHA SE HA ENSANCHADONEW VIERNE8, 31 DE MAYO DE 1983 I


YORK Mayo 28. Un In- que el mas rapido desarrollo es Los passes con los mb bajos In

forme de las Naciones Unidas In. apreclado en los passes de media gresos. por debajo de $200 por '.\

dica que la brecha que separa a nos Ingresos entre estos los que persona, crecen en proporclon de
los ricos del mundo de los pobresse fueron derrotados o devastadosen 2 por ciento por afio.

ha ensanchado y que en la d6- la segunda guerra mundial, in. Los passes con Ingresos de $700

calla de 1$50 a I960 los paises po cluyendo a Austria Orecla Ja- a $2,000 o mis por persona, tnues.

bres crecen con gran lentltud y p6n, Alemanla Occidental la U- tran un aumento de S por clento
los ricos! muestran una proporcidn n6n! Soviaica y los estados del anual.

moderada de creclmlento mlentras Este de Europa. (Pasa a la patina ir i
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En la iglesia catdllca del Sa- versldad de Florida, donde recibt.ri I
ESTOS PRECIOS SON BUENOS IIASTA EL SABADO, JUNIO lo grado Corardn contraer&n matrl- en Junio el diploma de bachllUr

RESERVADOS LOS DERECHOS DE CANTIDAD monio el 22 de Junto, a las 6:00: ( en artes. Se dedicari a la ense.

i de la tarde la bella seftorita San- fianta elemental.

ta Trafficante, hlja de los esposos Valdes es graduado de la escue

Limite una, con una compra de $7 o mss Santo Trafficante, vecinos del 2505 la de segunda enseAansa de los
Bristol Avenue, y el Sr. Richard Jesultas y curia la carrera de ci.rugia .
Edward Valdes, hljo de los espo. dental en la Unlrersldad

sos Edward Valdts, Jr., residentes
Emory, en Georgia.
en East Adalee No. 511.
COCA COLACaja
Antes de matrlcularse en Emory
La novia es graduada de la A
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petuo Socorro y estudia en la Unl- rida.
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Aumenta El NumeroDe Tony Agliano

de 24 Botellasde Jovenes Sin Elegido Comandante k

El Puesto Marcelo Gonzilei, No.
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6'/2 Onzas Empleo
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73 de kt Legion Americana ell.
WASIITNQTON. Mayo 24. JobiP. ]
gl6 rComandante, la semana pa ..
Mas DepositoBUSCH Subsecretarlo del Departame'
Henning. .
H' ... .,. da,*al. Sr.tTony Agliano.on :
tc) de Labor; declard a; '
61 fueron elegidos .los Sr s.
qul qua el desemipleo entre loiJ6venes .
John ''D Kendrick, vlcecomandan- ,
,
de la naclon ba Hegado .
te mayor; Denny Zambito, vlceco-
un punto crlttco y que si esto sc I
mandante menor; Frank Falsone
contlnda desculdando llegara a
BAVARIAN oflclal de flnancla y ayndante;
ronvertlrse! en uno de los mis
Robert Clothier, Ihistoriador; Tony
explosives problemas soclales en
Piazza, oficlal de serrlclo, y Frank
la hlstorla de los Estados Unidos.
Ahedo, capell n. .
CERVEZA99c La parte mis Importante de un
La ceremonla de toma de po-
Infonne redactado'por el Depar*
ses6n! se verlftoari el 27 de Ju
tamento se concentra en los J6. nto.
vanes que no van al coleglo.
-
I Paquete de 6 Latas Estado por estado se menciona. Es Una Amenaza
I el ndmero de J6venes que entra. '
: de 12 Onzas rin en el mercado del trabajo en La MigracionNEW
la decada de 1950 a 1961. YORK Mayo 31. El
Favor iprofeior' Phillip' M. Hauser, de UUnlversidad
I Limite 2, por "Todo el Impacto del problemade
la f Juventud sin empleo.-dice de Chicago, declanJ
i, en Harriman, poblacion del es-
. el informe-se sentlri por la na-
II I don en los pr6iimos dos o tree tado de N. York que la mlgract6nde
I aAos. SI los efectos de corrosldnfrustrac6n las songs rurales hacla los cenros -

Superbrand Cremoso y SuaveMantecado 7 del desemipleo sobre urbanos va a destrulr el ver.
dadero gobierno representative en
muchos Jovenes que no Tan a cur.
sar estudlos en coleglos van a evltarse los Eitados Unidos porque los ml-
programas de acclftn de. grantee ban hecho inevitable la In-

ben sir Inmediatejnente desen- ervenc6o! federal en los asuntos

vueltos.Mis ocales.
obreros Este movtmlento data, poblacionenclerra
de 5500.000 nueros
6venes, la mayor parte de 18 y 19 una amenaia para un or.,

altos de edad, entrarin en tree a- denado desenvolvlmlento econo-
MEDIO Aos en la fuerza de trabajo. Apor- mlco y social.

2 tarn ellos tree de cad cuatro oreros Los Estados Unidos necesltan
GALONES $1.00 urgentemente una norma para es.
> que en ese periodo entrenen
la fuerza de trabajo. Unos ablllzar la sltuacl6n antes de quotas

3.500,0000 aorta graduados de las fumes del creclmlento de po-

escuelas de segunda enseAansa, blacion se desaten y produscan el
babrin terml. desastre en el orden social Ame
pero: 2,000,000 no
nado la segunda enseAansa. ricano.

Morrell PalaceTOCINETA Muchos de los quo no completaron ingresos anuales de menos''de $3-.

sue estudlos en la escuela 000; los negro menores'de 20 a-,
rirtualmente no encontrarin tra floe, cuya proporc6n! de desempleo

bajo a menos que reclban entre. es de 25 por clento; dellncnentes1
namiento adlclonal. Juveniles; Jnventud rural. Juven-

Otros gnrpos que necesltan es- tud con dlflctiltades mentales y

peclal preparacio'n, se compondrin flsicas, y obreros J6venes j casa-
de 12,000,00 de Jovenes de menos dos Que deben ganane la rida en

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J VIERNES' 31 DE MAYO DE 1883 LA 4 I

1Qo Aniversario Del Spanish Refugee Aid I POGDA AS DE Gj LEVISI'NA

En su dectmo Informe anual, el cas derivadas de la guerra y el Franco.
,. I" Spanish Refugee Aid, Inc.; del exilio, falta de ahorros' e impo. El Foyer Pablo Casals, abierto WSUN CANAL 38 historia de Barnaby.West. .
: cual son presldentes de honor lot slbilidad fisica de trafoajar. Ade. en 1961, culda a muchos viejos en Domingo, Junlo 2 ."
o llustres republicanos espafioles mas los recientes acercainientoa Montauban, Francia, entreg&ndo 9:15: A. M.-Seguridad Social. 8:30: -Going My Way. (R)
Don Pablo Casals y Dn. Salvador ent're' Paris y Madrid ban aumen- lea mensualmente paquetes con 9:30-Sagrado Coraz6n. 10:00: -Ciudad al Desnudo. (R)

". de Madarlaga, da las grades a tado sus diflcultades. comestibles y iproporcionandoles 10:30.-Iglesia en el Hogar. 11:20: -"El Caso Rodriguez
las personas que 'ban contrlbuldo Desde su fundacldn en 1953, un centro confortable en el cual 12:00: -David Niven en "Touch Jueves, Junto 0
;, con $100,000 para ayudar a los Spanish Refugee Aid ha levantado reunlrse. and Go.*' 10100: A. M.-"Vispera de

%- 100,000 espafioles exllados en mis de 1648,000 para esoa re- Spanish Refugee Aid presldldo 1:00: .-Viajando par Carolina del Navldad", con George
',,;. Prancla desde la derrota de la Re. fuglados, mand&ndoles dlnero ro- por Hannah Arendth con orgullo Norte. Raft
t! publica, hace 24 aloe pa usada, herramlentas de traba- dice que el 83 por ciento dal dine. 2:00: -"La Sabldurla' de 5:"Epidemia."
1 Dwight ,MacDonald el vicepresl- jo, mlembros artlficlalea, maqul- ro se ha usado dlrectamente en so. 'Maimonides. 6:30: -"La Ultima Vuelta."
a dente cite eitas palabras de Julio nits de coser y becas escolares.El corros y espera incluir en sus 3:00-Show: Dominical. 6:30: -Sugarfoot. "Jul<:lo del
::1 Just ministro del Interior del programa de "adopcWn" ha programas de "adopcion' y Foyer "Demasiado Tarde Para Canary Kid.:'
'j r goblerno de la Republlca Espafio- tenido exlto porque 146 a.merlca.I I rob refuglados espaAoles, algu- Ligrimas." 7:30: -Aventuras de Ozzle y

t la en el destlerro: nos y europeos envlan un prome- nos de los cuales no tienen otros 425-Senador Smathera. Harriett.
(} o. "Contrarlo a lo que el pueblo (dio mensual de $10 para families recursos que una pension de $15 4:30-Take: Two, con Don 800-Donna Reed. "My Dad."
; plensa. la sltuaicl6n de lo* refugiados individuates de refuglados, y su mensuales que lei concede el Go- McNeil. 830-Dejeselo a Beaver.
se hate todoa los Bias masdlficll. ayuda y su aml tad contrlbuyen a bierno Frances. 6:00-La: Ley y Mr. Jones. 9:00: -Mis Tres Hljos.
Las rezones ton claras: aliviar la miseria de estas ''Vlc.tlm. En el Foyer Pablo Casals son 6:30-Teatro: 38. "No Hay Paz 9:30-La: Marina de McHate.
anclanidad, enfermedades cronN .. del totalitarianlsmo de cuidados '200 ancianos. en Lo.Dao." 10:00-Alcoa.: "Los Contendien.
I "
8:00: -Pelicula. "Subway en el tes.
.. Gracias Al No Es CiudadanoDe Padre Del Ano El Clelo", con Van Johnson e 11:20-"El Caso Dayton."
), I I
DcpartamentoDe I La TierraAnte Presidente KennedyNUEVA Hlldegarde Neff. Viernes, Junlo 7
Estado I YORK, Mayo 27. El 10:00: -Voz de Firestone con el 10:"Dragones Negros."
el juez de 'paz W. Marion Comlt6 National del Padre del A. tenor Franco Corelli 004'EI: H roe."
Hendry fug presentado William Jo. Rudolf Nureyev, estrella 5:30-"La: Promesa."
Le agradecemos al Departamento no le otorg6 al Presidente Ken.
de Eatado de la nac6n! un libro siah Keppler vecino del 233 Plant nedy, la semana pasada, la dlstin. de Ballet y Wilfried 6:30: -Pelicula. "Dead Reckon.
titulado "A Report To The Citi acusado de 'vagancia. fen de Padre del Afio 1963 "porsu Pelletier, dlrigiendo la ing.
zen", afto 1963. Firma el Prefacio Keppler le dijo al juez que no coraje en la defensa del mun orquesta. 9:00: -Dickens y Fenster. (R)
es culpable por cuanto el tiene In.munldad 9:30-77: Sunset Strip. "The
el Presldente\ Kennedy 7 la In- do llbre"Mantiene Lures, Junlo 3
troducc6n es del Secretarlo de diplomatica.jEn el Comit que el Pre Programas regulares de Lunes a Checkmate Caper."
Estado, Sr. Dean Rusk.Leyendolo que base usted esa Inmunidad sldente es un campe6n de los de- Viernes.. 10:30-Panlco.
se aprecla la Intensa ?-le pregunt6 el juez. rechos humanos y la dlgnldad del 5:00: P. -"Resurrecci6n..'' 11:20: -"El Caso Charlie.
labor que los dlplomatlcos amerl -jEn que yo no soy cludadano hombre en todo el mundo. 5:30: -"Blood 'flower6:30 /' Sabado, Junlo 8
canoe realizan en defensa de la de este planetatiAcompand Destacando que el Presldente y : .-El Dlputado 10:15: Teatro de Aventuras.

nacion, sus alianzas, pactos y otras usted al astronau- su esposa tlenen ya dos hljos y es- 7:00: -Jim Backus. "The Paint. 12:00: -Bugs Bunny.
obligaciones. ta Gordon Cooper? peran un tercero se dice. que en Ing Caper." 2:00: -Pelicula. "Marineros
"La polltica extranjera dice -. No creo yo que esa pregunta Jos Kennedys son tradlcionales Repetitions de Las Dakotas, .El con Llcencla."
al comlenzo es el negoclo de requiere seria conte tael6n. las famllias grandes y que el Pre Riflero, Stoney Burke y Ben Ca. 3.25- todos porque atecta a todos. Entonces le juez le puso a dlsipo sidente no tiene el prop6sito de BC)'. 4:30: -Speedway International.
\' .j "Los clnco objettvoB de nuestra lc6n! de la Corte de lo Crl. quebrantar la tradici6n.Alemania 11:00: -Noticias. 8:Hootenanny.
lit) : polStlca' extranjera son estos: UnI minal para que sea sometldo a 11:20-"El: Caso Dead wood.." I 9:00-Show: de Lawrence Welk.

mundo Ilbre de agresl6n agre- un reconocimiento medico Del Este Martes, Junlo 4 10:00-Boxeo.: Emlle Griffith contra
cr' s6n todo lo Un el campe6n mundial del
I por que slgnlflque;
10:00: A. Mv "Hombre de Frisco.
mundo de naclones independien. LIBRO DE MENENDEZ PIDAL Nombra Embajador peso Welter Luis
5:00: P. .!\I.-41The Long Way
,I tea, cada una con sus escogidas :MADRID Mayo 29 Acaba' de En Cuba Home." Rodriguez.
Institutions la publicarse, un lIbro titulado "El
pero cooperando Alemania
BERILN, Mayo 27. 5:30: _"La Trampa.
I la Padre Las Casas; Su Doble' Perso. ENTRE El RICO .
una con otra para ventaja mu. del Este ataba! de nombrar su primer 6:30: -Bourbon Street. "Falsa
tua; Un mundo que prod-uzca con. nalldad", escrlto por Ram6n Me. embajador en Cuba el Mayor identidad." (Viene de la pagina 3))
tinuo en economia Justlcla nendez Pidal. Los Daises clasiflcados entre $200y
progreao y
General Fritz Johne. 730:::'Combate. (R).
social para todos los pue. Es un valloso aporte a las In. $700 por persona, crecen en
Cuba es el unico pals, deaconta- 8:30: Hawaiian Eye. (R) pro-
bios; vestlgaciones hlstdrlcas. porc6n de 4 por ciento al arlo.(
dq) el bloqne Comunlata, quo ha 9:30-Loi"r'ntocables.: '(RO)
1 "Un mundo quo provea gegurosy La casa editora Eapasa .equitatlvos medios para los pa. ha puesto a la venta un libro de de las Tlnleblas. especialmente los Es

ciflcos arreglos de dlsputas y que Jose Maria Dousslnague titulado Austria Reeligio 11:20: -"El Caso Julian." tados Unidos, la productlvidad su.
se mueva progresivamente hacla "Pedro de Valdivia: La novela de para grandemente la demanda en
Mlereoles, Junlo 5!
41 un modelo o poder de ley que sos. Chile" Su Presidente agricultura, mlneria y fabrlcac6n!
.0:00: A. M.- Tormenta y
tenga y haga cumplir "standards"de Para comprar llbros en Espafia, VTBNA Austria. Mayo 27. El Truenos"6:00Manhunt de textiles lo que origina serios
conducta en las relations en- los residentes en los Estados Unl- Presldente de la rep bUca autrlaca "roT>lemas de desempleo.
:
tre las naciones; dos no pueden bacon BUS giros en ,Adot Schart, quo tiene 73 a- 5:30: -"La Voz.
tlenen hacerlos fios y es el lider de los social SUBSCRIBASE A LA QACETA
"Un mundo en el cual, en la pesetas, que en 6:30: -Teatro Desllu. "La
gran tradlcldn compartlda por los ddlares. tas, derrot6 al Dr. Julius Raab, TELEFONO 2484921DlflMOND ,
''i pueblos en cada contlnente los SI envlan pesetas, el gobierno se candidate de los conservadores,
goblernos derlven BUS Justoa po- queda con ellas. con una mayoria: de 659,907 votosy
derea del consentlmlento de los N. R.-Menendez Pldal ea dl. un total de 2,473, 694.
gobernados; rector! de la Real Academia Es-
"Un mundo en el que loa pode- pafiola. Josef Kimmel, que fuera jefe de
res del estado sobre, el individuo la pollcia de todo el pall, 176, 659.

sean limitados por la ley practi- Billy Daniels Por JOHN FANNIN

( cas y tumbrel, en el cual esten Peleara Con Jones Def unciones Pretidente de Ferrelf Jewelers Uno de una Serle, No 33

seguras las llbertadea personates SR. ELISEO CANCELA, de 47 a- iCompraria 'usted un DIAMANTE' con los ojos vendados Potsupuesto
esen'clales para la dlgnldad del NUEVA YORK Mayo 31 En
dos de edad voting del 301 S. Willow que no. Cualquler compra tan importante como un DJA-
I homfbre. la Armenia Teneck, en New Jersey .
Avenue, fallecld el jueves de (MANTE debe amerl tar culdadosa coniideraclon.
a .. pelearan el 14 de junto Doug '
'No
obstante si usted forzado
es
la semana pasada en un hospital a comprar con los ojos venda
Duvalier SigueDe Jones y Billy Daniels, pugiles del local y su entlerro se efectu6 el dos nosotros en Ferrell hemos tornado una precaution y gas tad o audio

PresidentePORT peso' completo. sabado, partlendo el cortejo de la tiempo y profundo pensar en preparar nuestro sistema de cia.
La notlcia iut dada por Murray capilla de Lord y Fernandez, ala. slficacion y pr 'clos para que cualquler persona pueda hacer una
A. PRINCE, Halt Mayo Goodman, secretarlo-tesorero de 1030 de la maiiana, para el ce. compra grande o pequefia, con albsoluta, couflanza.
f; 27. Francisco Duvalier que hi. la nueva empresa, Garden State menterlo del Centro Espafiol. Na- 1. Cada DIAMANTE es cuidadosamente escogldo despues de ser

!t zo elections a su gusto y amen Sports Corporation. c16 en Tampa. Deja a su esposa, examinado bajo nuestro American Gem Society Gemscope por el q.
drent6 a la oposlclon, se proclamd 'Preslden la Garden State, Sam Edna Cancela; un hljo'Ellseo Can- esto escribe y claalflcado en simples t4nnlnos que abarcan tama-
otra ret Presldente pot un perto- Batoletta, ejecutlvo de una corpo. cela Jr.; dos hermanos Rudy y fio, color y grado.
1, do de cuatro afios. ration camionera y vlcepreslden- Alex Cancels y un nleto. Era so- 2. Cada DIAMANTE puesto ,a la venta en Ferrell Jewelers tiene
Le 'iprometld al pueblo en su dis- te del club de "beisbol" Atlanta informacion el
cio del Centro Espafiol. La faml. "sa en "ticket" sellado peusto en el soporte de la
curso, "un nuevo Haiti, una re. 'Crackers, Liga International. lia reclblA en la funerarla el pe- aortija.,

p&bllca que servira de knodelo a El Dr. Fred J, Crescente, de same de sue amistades. Cargaronel 3. Cads persona que vende y muestra DIAMANTES en las Joye.
los africanos y a las naclones de Rldgewood N J., que fuera acclo- sarcdfago los Sres. Alex Can. rias Ferrell poeee muchos aflos de experiencia y se slente orgultso *-
j la America Latina.." nlsta del equlpo de' futbol Tlta- cola, Frank Newklrk Carl Barcelona del conocimlento logrado por estudlo y experiencia.: >>

nes de Nueva York, es el vlcepre.sidente. Red Browning, Hector Plvi- 4. Ferrell Jewelers l le dara a usted una garantia escrlta qua
En Miami BeachSe dal y Lawrence Pividal. incluye devolution! del dinero descrrpcion exacta de vuestra sorties

Celebrara ,La con DIAMANTE y certificando que vuestra compra represents la
NO ACEPTO DUALISMOSYa
major compra que pu de hacer, en Tampa cads d61ar que usted In.
ConventionMIAMI puedes,)Hbremente volar por donde quieras, vierta en DIAMANTES.

BEACH, Mayo 27. El Sin que en tus coqueteos yo funja de censor; 5. Nosotros con gusto le mostraremos a usted DIAMANTES bajo
{ Comandante de la Legion Americana Porque ha roto el encanto de todas mis quimerasTu la magniflcac6n! de nuestro A. G. S. Gemscope y le sefialapemos por

James Powers, anunclo en ,tono'petulante de poder seductor. quo una piedra es claslflcada y preciada mas o menos que la otra.
eats ciudad que la convenclfin a- \iMucbos de nuestros amlgos ban descublerto reclentemente que
Ya puedes. .oh, mi amadal. Sin mortificacioses
Ian acumulaciones sl
:. nual no se celebrara New Orleans, no mpro suben en valor y que ors costosaacompras
De mlcarif\o inmenso la libertad gustar;
'
,
01- declinan en valor el
existlr alii con transcurso de los
,, por problemas racla. Pues no acepto dualismos ni mixtificaciones altos
Un DIAMANTE
es para slempre.
Durante
lee De la,que'me ha jurado, a,mi solo adorar. los DIAMANTES ban lido centenares de aflos
siempre
La convenclAn se reunira entre atesoradas posesions que tle
los dies 6 y 12 de"' eptlem'bre y Bendiciendo tus ojos, tu gracia, tu salero, Den .un importante valor monetarlo en todo el mundo.
I esperase quo 60,000 personas a.istan Renuncio para siempre a tu cuerpo hechicero, \Aparte' de esto.no hay obeeqnio que exprese vuestro amor y afec-
a ella.Tambien1 A tus besos mareantes, a tus brazos de amor; to para siempre' como la belleza de on DIAMANTE.Le .
se dijo qua en esa clu- Y; al renunciar la dacha de,,mi gloria terrena Il1vlt&nOl a que personalmente los tea Nuestra joyeria en el
', i dad de' 'LuUlana no se pudieroa Con el alma deseo que jamas igual pena centro del dlstrito comercial de Tampa esta sltnada en el 110'Zack .

encontrar iuficientes, Casts "in- Ta. dignidad, te' obIlgue a sentir su rigor., SU (edificlo de los J6venes' Crlailaiios) y las otraa. on, los. centros
r tegradas." LUIS DIAZ de compras NORTH GATE'BRfTTON' PLAZA::, r; w. ";00'




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CARTA DE PARISCASAS 31 DE MAYO DE W3LA GACETA PAGINA 5



DE OU]LTTJR'A.


Por RAMON XURIGUERALa siempre muy concurrldos. Pero Toulouse Otras instaladas en

descentralizaclon, este desig- pasan como un meteoro, no des Saint-Etlenne, ,Marsella, Rennes,
nio de loa poderes' publicos' que centralizan. Flrminy y Thonon quedarAn termlnadaa ACy ,

tantaa retlcencias halla en el te. Lo mismo pudlera decirse del esbe afio.

rreno industrial, esti efectuando cine, que tanto interds mueve en Los poderes ''P bllcos, a trave's
progresos en el domlnio culturaly provlncias. No hay poblacldn, popequefta del Mintsterio de Asuntos Cultu

artistlco. Varlas tentatlvas han que esta sea, que no ha rales en union! con los Ayuntamtentos .

sldo reallzadas durante eatos dos ya organlzado un "Cine-Club" con de las localldadea respec- .
ultimos d'ecenlos para desconges- el fin de conocer ciertas pelicula tivas sutragan las zigenclas e*

tionar Paris, creando centres de que solo se 'zhlben en Paris. Pe condmlcas de estas construccio.nea .

interns en otras ciudades impor- ro las normas que risen las em. y de su vida actlva.Contlnuara.

tantes. De ellas, unlcamente el presas dlstribuldoras, pronto aca ( )
teatro parece ha'ber!' enralzado. ban con las eaperanzas de estos

El ejemplo de <(Le Grenier de niicleos locales. Por cada pelicula Licencia Para La

Toulouse", del Centro Dram&tlco aceptable deben reciblr de main .
CaballeroDe
Orden
de Planchon en Vllleurbanne gana no pocaa cintas "comer

(Lyon), y de los de Salnt-Etienne, dales." La Luz

Bourges, Estrasburgo, Caen, Alz y El mayor obstaculo al arralgo TALLAHASSEE, Mayo 27. La
I Ia
Marsella pueden comprobarlo. El de estos centres de Inter local, cAmara y el senado de Florida a-
$ .
plan dlstributlvo de ballets y las ea la dlsgregaci6n que sufren sumanifestaclones. cordaron la semana pasada que se -
exposicionea:) no han alcanzado A m nudo, loa explda 'una llcencia para 'vender
.ir .
hasta ahora el mismo blto. que se ocupan de pintura, desco- bebidas alcoh6Iicas a sus mlem- ;

Por lo que a la pintura se refie- nocen o se desentienden de todo bros y a los amigos de estos a la .s

re, ban sido organlzadas .exblbi- to d mas. Y ello ea valldo para Gran Logia de Florida, Orden Caballero __ .A
clones en las l&brlcas y en los loa amantes de las conferenclas, de la Lux.

restaurantes para obreros. No sera para los adeptos del teatro o para En la c mara present6 la ley LECCION SOBRE LIBERTAD ACADEMICS
justo tildar stas manlfesta los mel6manoa. el Rep. Woodie Liles y en el so-
de
Dr. Buell G. Gallagher, rector del City College Nueva
clones de ineficaces, puesto' que De abi la idea de las Casas de nado el Sen. Tom Whitaker. York, felicita al Dr. Jaime Benitez, que nparece a Ia !Iz-
el 'piibllco de los museos y de las Cultura. Estos centros reunen en 'Tlene su edlficio la Gran Logia, quierda, rector de la Universidad de Puerto Rico, que

galerias de arte 'ha aumentado' en un solo edlficio: tolblioteca, sala adquirldo reclentemente, en la A- pronuncio un discurso en dacha ciudad. Un grupo en el

proporclones considerable Pero de conclertos, cine, teatro y gale venlda Nebraska esqulna a Ross que habfa miembros de la Union International de Estu-
las artes pl&sticaa no ban conse- ria de artes pl&lUCIlS. Obedecena
domlnada loa comunistas
diantes sede
con en Prapa, por -
guido crear una fuente de inheres una dinecci6n' cuya mlslfin ea fa.
NacimientosUna trato de forzar la cancelacion del discurso del Dr.
local, Independlente de Paris, coma cilltar *Mna vida cultural caracte
acremente diciendolesque
Benitez. Gallagher les respondio
becho el teatro. nifia, bija de los esposos
lo ha locales
ristica, aunando loa nucleoa -
nunca se opondria al uso de la palabra de nadie. El
NI lo ba conseguido la muslca, y regionales y armonizando Frank Del Castillo, del 1802 Mitchell. mendonado grtipo ncusaba a Benitez de interferir con el
no obstante los festivales veranle. las actlvidades que esta un6nipromueve. .
gobierno estudikntil sin pruebas ello
Una nlfia hlja) de' loa para .
esposos
gos como loa de Alz (al fin.y al .
cabo esporadicos) y de los centroa All va cre&ndose una red de Tony Martinez, del 1408 Avenlda Maestros Del Condado Hillsborough

de opera de Lyon, de Burdeoa y Casas de Cultura por las provincias 25.
de 'Marsella. Las Juventudes Mu. francesas, babiendo entrado Una nifia, bija de loa esposos Escogidos Por La National

steaks!' recorren dlveraas pobla ya en funclta las de Bourges, A Ernest Rubio, del 3008 W. Science Foundation

clones organlzando coivclertos Caen, El Havre, Villeurbanne y Braddock.
Un nlfio, bijo de los esposos IA National Science Foundation Estos Ion los escogldoss1 Mercedes

'I George Arthur Tournade, del 2722 acaba de escoger a 47 maestrosdel I Hernandez, William Lanigan y

,t' '." Union. sistema escolar del Condado Robert Hllller, de la escuela. Brandon
D Hlllsborough realizar estu- High.Wllman.
para
Hospital General' ,
i, .t'i..J.'I.: .. ..., .. ...ok... ... Una nifia, hlja de los esposos dlos avanzadoa en Instltuclones de Bonar, William Banks y

.; i Ralph Delgado, del 921 'W. In. alta educacldn. Patti Fedrlck de la' eacuela. Adams *
dlana. Con tondos facilltadoa por el Junior High,
Congreuo national, la National Marta Chambers, Lull de la VI.
Una nifia de loa
hlja eaposos
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>> w; 4.e 'Una nifia, hlja de l los esposos cilitara.a a cada uno dinero para de, Chamberlain High. '. '
,to J Angel Lorenzo, del 4408 W. Knox transportation (mAIxmo( $80)), dl. Ernie Carter, Buchanan Junior

Una nifia, hija de los esposoa nero para los estudioa y $75 sema- High.

Henry Cacciatore, del 606 East nales, ademas de $16 semanales Dick Blandy y Harry Tropp, de
Adalee. 'par cada persona que dependa de la oflclna del cisterns escolar..

,, ... Una nifia, hija de los esposoa el (hasta 4). PeterAlbano, Franklin Junior'
s Joseph D'Ambrosio, del 2514 Leo- Varlos de ellos estudiaran en los High. .
r Institutes de verano en dlferentes Jan Matlstic. ,East Bay High
na.Un nlfio, hljo de los esposos Robert campos de la clencla y otros han Ralph Castellano y Phil Roseter
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1 CARTA DE MEXICO VIERNE, 31 DE MAYO DE 1983 LA GACETA PAQINA 6

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La RevolucionllnstitucionaKzadaers DESARROLLO IBEROAMERICA E INDUSTRIALIZACIONDE


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'"1\ ---r Por Jorge Luis RECAVARREN es otra que el Mercado Comun.
Por Victor Alba Mientras que el partido comunista y e:1
(Los reclentes vlajee, per Europa, de lot presldentea partido popular sociallsta de Lombardo To- (Las reunlones de cardcter t6cnl- Esto da lugar a la formula jurt-
Don Juan Botch co econ6mleo, destlnadas al estu- dlca de la Union Aduanera. Lo
y Don Adolfo L pez Ma- ledano (para-comunista) aparecfan dividi-
',h, too, hen rcactualtzudo el tema Interesante para dos en numerosos clanes rivales, los car dlo y la planlflcacltfn democr&tl- de hoy, pues, tlende a desembocar
Latinoame de las relaclones Intercontlnentales.NiMitro tristas crearon un Movimiento Nacional de ca de la economfa latlnoamerlca- en la que establece un solo terrltorrio -
cofaborador V. Alba, director d. Panorama LiberacI6n del cual es jefe uno de los hi- na y a la Inter.relaeldn, que ett&n aduanero con una tarifa a.
de Mexico y eua problemas. V. Alba ha vlvldo jos del general Cardenas y es miembro el l efectuando en el curio del alto en 0 rancelaria unlforme con respecto
en Mexico mat d* 17 afio.<-8.D.P.) mismo Cardenas (sin haber dimitido del 1 dlversoa sltlos de America Latl.. a terceros paises.
Desde la Spoca colonial, el problema crucial Partido Revolucionario Institutional, el 1 na, demuectran el Inter de los Plan tal, naturalmente, tiene q.
: : de Mexico es el de la agricultura. La partido del gobierno). Durante algun tiem- parses latlnoamerlcanos por su- generar una serle de pasos con-
t'..j J Revoluclfin de 1910-17 provoc6 una refor- po se pudo temer que Cardenas y el M.N.L. perar la falta de coordlnacl6n! ensue ducentes a coronarlo. Obvlamen-
.' k ,.'. ma agraria que todavfa se estd realizando. suscitaran dificultades polfticas. Pero po- economfae y por reanzar las. te, entre los pesos a dar, era y
.I, Pero medida crisis reformas econ6mlcas, soelales, culturales es urgente contemplar lo relativo
la
a que las condiciones del pals co a poco (y sobre todo despite de
i'4'. evoluclonan, especlalmente) a causa de la in- cubana de octubre ultimo) el general y el Indlspensables a una America a la planiflcaci6n, fomento y des.
I l:,: dustrializaci, cambian las caracterfsti- M. N. L. han ido quedando aislados. No han Latina que se eneamlna ha arrollo Industrial de nuestros pat-
I(''k: cas del problema agrario. Es evidente que conseguido movilizar las masas y han que- cia el nuevo slglo. Todo esto exl sea en funci6n del future Mercado -

,; j, no se puede tratar de resolverlo hoy por los dado confinados a grupos de intelectuales, ge reformar urgente y democra. Comun, pues sin el debldo con.
'.J me'todos fijados hace medio siglo, cuando estudiantes y pequeflo-burgueses para tlcamcnts las vlejas estrueturas cie-rto' de voluntades y coordlna-
Mexico posefa muy pocas Industries/ y la qulenes la defensa de Castro es una fa'-' En El, Mundo en Espafiol estamos c6n! de actlvidadea, nada resulta
''ji agricultura estaba apenas mecanizada.La cil coartada para ignorar la realidad mexi- ofreclendo Informaelonea y oplnlo- positive en estos graves meneste-
revoluci6n ordend dividir los latifun- cana. nes cobra estas dlversas asam res. De ahi, entonces, esta prl-
';'1 dios y distribuir la tierra a los campesi- Sin embargo, todo no es mss que una bless contlnentales de orden eco- (pasa a la paglna 9))
d nos Para los campesinos que jam 's habfan cuestI6n de ideologfa. En 1964 habra elec- n6mlco. El trabajo de nuestro co-
1 r poseido tierra ni ellos ni sus antepasa- ciones presidenciales. A finales de 1963, el laborador Jorge Luis Recavarren, Para
sobre ra reunl6n! de la ALALC, e.
:
I dosse restablecieron los "ejidos", for- P. R. I. designara su candidato (que sera,
I mados por la explotaci comunal en los seguramente, el vencedor). Tradicional- fectuada reclentemente en Lima, TOLDOS DEALUMINO
jl I pueblos indios. La revoluci6nnacionalista mente, dos influencias se ejercen sobre la Insists en la necssldad de madu.
rar una conclencla de tlpo contl
ligeramente socializante, pero profun- designaci6n del candidate: la de Cardenasy :
nental resolver
damente burguesa-, vela en esta institu- la de Alem&n, tambi n antiguo presi- para nuestra va
ci<5n una especie de escuela de propietarios, dente. El presidente saliente escoge un rledad. y vastedsd de problemasS. -
una etapa transitoria durante la cual el candidato aceptable por los dos. Esta vez D. P.) .,

campesino aprenderfa a ser un propietarJo. Cardenas, despue's del fracaso del M.N.L. y -o-
El fin de la reforma agraria era crear una de Castro, se ha encontrado sin instrumen- Hace poco ha concluldo la Prl- .
s61ida clase media campesina y aumentarla to de presi6n. Entonces, M. N. L., comunis- m ra Reunl6n de'Planlflcacl6n,

productlvidad delsuelo.,, tas, lombardistas y cardenistas, pensando Fomento y Orientation del Desa
Hasta la presidencia del general Lazaro que el malestar rural lea proporcionarla.los rrollo Industrial que convocara el PHONE
Cardenas ((1935-40)), la polftica agrariase elementos, organizaron una Confederation Comlt6 EJecutivo Permanente de 253-3161
Inspir6 de estas concepciones. Pero Car Campesina Independiente, frente a la Con- la A8ociacl6n Latlnoamerlcana de
denas hizo del "ejido" la base de la refor federaci Nacional Campesina, controla- Libre Comerclo (ALALC) y a la 1J Duchess

ma agraria y hasta trato", en ciertas regiones da por el P. R. I. que concurrieron representantes
de transformarle en un sistema de ex- La reacci6n file" inmediata. Un ex-PresI- de los organlsmos de planlflcaci6n .. PRODUCTS CO.
plotaci6n colectiva de la tierra. dente, Emilio Portes Gil, acus<5 a Cardenasde de los nueve paises que han aus. 105 North Oregon
1 Al cabo de algunos aftos, los "ejidos" po- hacer el' juego de los comunistas, de di crlto el Tratado de Montevideoque
i sefan mas de la mitad de la tierra culti- vidir a los campesinos. Lombardo, temien- d6! vigencla a !a ALALC, dos

; vada, pero I no producfan mss que el 12 do ha'ber tornado mala direction, se separ6de paises obsenradores, instltuciones ,
por ciento del total de las cosechas del Cardenas. Este, en fin de cuentas, se Internaclonales asesores como el "
1 pals I Los sucesores de Cardenas trataronde encontr6 solo en la nueva y 'esquel tica DID, la Cepal, el CUBS y orga. : NuevoREFORMAS :
equilibrar "ejido" y la pequefla' me- Confederation Campesina, con algunos di- nlsmos Internaclonales como la
diana propledad agraria. Fomentaron las rigentes comunistas. Probablemente no habrA Asoclacl6n de Industrials LatU : y :
exportaclones individuales, el desarrollo de 1 presi6n cardenista eficaz durante la noaemrlcanos, el CICYP y el Co- (: :
las empresas de algod6n y de cafe, las co- pr<5xima elecci6n del candidato a la presi ordlnador del grupo de los Nuevede :. REPARACIONESPlan I
t operativas azucareras, la mecanizacWn de dencia 1964. la OQA.Blen .. .
para .' I
la agrlcultura. Se esforzaron para hacer simultaneamente !- El candidate de P. R. I. serA el vencedor. 'se'puede declr que la ''It :
a la reforma agraria y la rely contara' ALALC tiene ,de : de Financlamienlo .
Pero el proximo Congreso por pri- 'por pronto una :.
volucf<5n (te'cnica y estructural) de la agri! mera vez desde Cardenas, con una numero- meta inmediata y la otra media. :: Nada AI Contad :
cultura.La
sa oposlci 'n. Hasta ahora, sdlo algunos di- ta. La !iprimera tlende hacia una, ., .
contradiccio'n entre las dos poll ticas, putados de derecha y algunos de "izquier- ampllacion de los mercados, re. :: 7 Affos Para Pager :
( la influencia de Cardenas que se oponfa a ad" (del Partido Popular Socialista) for- sultante de la Ilberacl6n del co. :: LLAME A :;
toda revisi6n de los "ejidos", hicieron diff- maban parte de la Camara y todos los se- merclo entre los passes mlembros. :,, .
cll el progreso agrfcola del pals. No obs- nadores eran del P.R.I. Pero el Presidente Se estima que, en un perlodo de :
Y tante, Mexico, que siempre habla importado Adolfo L6pez Mateos ha presentado un doce aftos, a partir de la flrma del ::. EDWARDSLumber .
alimentos, comienza a no tener necesi-! proyecto de reforma electoral (ya aprobado Tratado de Montevideo efectuada :
4 dad de comprar en el extranjero su arroz, ) segun el cual todo partido que obtenga en 1968, los palace contratantes : Co.:
1 Bus judfas, su maiz. Sin embargo, si se me- mas' de 2.5 por ciento de votos tendra habran: liberado su comerclo reciproco :, .
jora la condici de los obreros de la In- derecho a cinco diputados ademas de los de impuestos aduanerosy : North Rome en Fuller :
''' dustria, si la clase media se extiende, si! que haya conseguido hacer elegir en los demas trabas merced a las ne- : .
I la nueva burguesla moderniza sus m to- distritos. Por cada medio por ciento mas, gociaclones anuales que entre e. :,, De Dia: 253.3491 :
dos, la condition de los campesinos perma- un nuevo diputado se afladira a las fHas de lies se reallzan, slendo la pr6xlma : Despues de las 6:00 :
1 nece estacionada. Sui nivel de vida es ape- la oposicio'n, hasta un total de veinte (el en octubre y en Montevideo.
nas superior al de hace veinte o treinta a- maximum segun la ley). Todo 10 cual enfila en pos de la :, 988.2654 :

flos. Este estado de cosas crea un cierto Este no es, todavfa, el sistema europeo meta medlata a que se ha hecho : CALCULOS GRATIS :
malestar en el campo y suscita inquietud referenda code arrlba
o americano, pero es un progreso evidente y que no
en la espesa red de la ''burocracia agraria
sobre el sistema en vigor. Esta reforma -- --
; que teme que todo esto provoque una re- '
prueba que los dirigentes del pals estan I
forma de la reforms agraria, que tenga co- Recuerde Honre los Seres
1'' convencldos de que las conquistas de la re- y a Queridos
mo consecuencia la pe"rdida de su poder. volucWn se han integrado a la realidad
; Que Han .
Este estancamiento relative ha dado Desaparecido
F una mexicana irreversibles
que son y que no
prima al castrismo. Como en el resto de la hay nlngun peligro a admitir y hasta a es- Visile Nuestra MagnifJca Exhibfcion de Monumentos.
America Latina, el movimiento de Fidel timular una oposici6n mss activa. Una co- B vedas y Mausoleos, En 2116 Laurel St. West Tampa.
d Castro ha repercutido en Mexico. Encontr6 rriente de aire nada este
no rompera en Atendemos Todas Las Ordenea Con Prontltud I
ConteststiTTMiJ"
un eco entre los y
intelectuales
los estu-
comercio de porcelanas que es la pollticamexicana.
dlantes, los elementos de la clase media. -- .

_ ,\\'i 1\1\ Maestros Del Condado ,HillsboroiiKh I Rayane Greenfield, Monroe
+, i (Vlene d. la patfna 5)) High. High, !

John Altizer, Carl Kellner, Tom Phillip Russell, King High. Allan Croft. Joe Olochlck y Ro-
..l Murray y Jim Bhinholaer, Hills Betsy Conlon. Madison Junior bert Scott Oak Orore Junior High.
borough Illcb. High. Patricia Wooley, Pinecrest. LT& [91lMLXT IR

Joseph C. Bond!. Paul Clanca Fred Hansen, Mann Junior High. Robin Led *tter, Plant City. ...UIIn IMI'
y Pat O'Brien, Pierce Junior Robert Ferguson, John Neel y tel/a>jK1Telf
Burt
Lyiek,
Memorial
Junior
Illgb. Karl Walker, Robinson High.
High.Ealla.
IIelen 'Faulkner y Jerry Green. ono 255.6281MANUEL'S
Ismael Martinet W. L.
y Hub- o
Mime y Jerry Harvey, field, Sligh Junior High.
bard Plant High. I
Mfddteton High. (Paaa a la pAPa -
Joe Bondi, W. Tampa Junior 13)I
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q TODAS LASOCASIONES Deje que los expertos de EL ENCANTO pongan sus -: MANUEL S. FERNANDEZ, Prop. :_
trajes vestidos y pieles en sacos a prueba de polilla. TELEFONO 253-3219
4 Limpiamos su ropa de modo que en el venidero Invierno
IIBRERIA, le pareccra nueva. TAPIZADO DE AUTOMOVIL TRABAJO DE CARROCERIA

PUMAR EL ENCANTO CLEANERS Tratamos de Complacer y Particularmente Deseamos

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FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1M3 '

I CITY COURT the oral recitation of legal rights BAY BRIEFS I'J I

by the Judges at the comemence- I
By ODIE ANDERSONAnother
By JUDGES ment of each traffic session. Each ,
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BOB JOHNSON and JAMES week one of the rules wilt be repeated huge playground is to be developed-within ;: ,
CALHOUNA In this column, so that In easy driving distance of the Tampa Bay area. Mother Nature ','
prominent defense attorneywas $15 rather than $20, representingone time, all reader will have a complete provided the nucleus at Homosassa Springs, now
helpless when his client dollar, for each mile over the I set If they are clipped and dubbed the Giant Fish Bowl (the name will be changed),
charged with speeding 45 miles speed limit. saved. an attraction which has enjoyed little popularity due in
per hour, In a 30 mile zone, blurtedto * RULE 1. PURPOSE. The purpose part to lack of promotion. Now the 120-acre compound, "
the court. "Judge, I'll pay $20.00to This week the brand-new Rules of these rule la to provide along with some 20,000 acres of adjoining land, has been .
anybody who can get 48 out of of Practice and Procedure of the I for the Just and speedy determl. purchased by the Bruce Norris $$$$$$ empire, to be developed "
that old wreck of mine. He did Court commenced to be dlttrlbut. nation of matters coming before as a tourist-resort spot on a grand scale. Sports
not object when the judge suggested ed. Drafted by the Municipal I the Court and to secure uniform will include everything from mere fish and bird watching 1
that he go for a trial run In Judges, these runes will assist not. ity In procedure.** to hunting real live game to dining in fabulous restaurants "a !
the vehicle with the arresting of. only members of the bar, but al * to lolling around a lodge, which promises to be a lodge in .
fleer at the controls. Moments la. so the many defendants who find From time to time, the munlcl name only-according to my mental picture of a rather '
ter they returned to court and themselves In a court room for_ par court require repeaters from rough and unaccommodating structure. Building plans m f'
revealed that a speed of 45 had the first time. Many of these persons .. "Skld-row" to serve lengthy timesIn shown me (even tho I didn't fully dig them) are way out ;,
been attained quite easily. The are understandably nervous I the stockade rather than pay in modernism. "
fine for the offense fines This I la don with the hope
was set at and not all of them understand I { '
that even If the drinking habit Is The Fish Bowl itself, where 'tis said the fish come to !
not broken, at least some vestige watch the people, will continue as the main drawing card,
of health will be restored, usual but they're throwing in a few other little things-like a ::
NOW APPEARING! ly, as was the case this week. The landing strip, regulation golf course and a system of manmade .
perpetual violator celebrates his canals where guests will travel aboard colorful Indian ,
release from captivity with a canoes. Unique marine life is being imported and
drinking bout and winds up In trained, to be exhibited in a lavish complex of tanks. Already
court next morning. Some of dozens of very large and ugly alligators, restricted d
these "regulars" continue to post to a fenced portion of the river, break up the monotony J .
$25 bonds, which they entreat, un. of their life with blood curdling battles, fought in the
M tit they run out of funds, at which shadow of a huge sign which says 'No Swimming.'

time they wind up In custody. Coordinating plans for the compound (when not engaged
* in overseeing the comfort of a newly-arrived dol.
From A "double jeopardy" defense phin or pointing out birdsnests to eager guests) Is 'Bill

Las Vegas. was successfully used In behalf of Blue' Ray. Ray, whose family owned Silver Springs joint.
a defendant who appeared In courton : ly with the late Col. 'Shorty' Davidson until its sale last
THE VICTORIANS! the scheduled date to find no fall, is a young-old pro in the tourist industry. Best architects I.
prosecution witness present. H. and engineers of the country are using every technical
YOU MUST SEE THEM! has been arrested on ,the warrant knowhow in the biz to put The Bowl on a par or above

-- e A *UBV*. Clever YrwNe of a citizen, who came to court on Silver Springs, Weeki-Wachee, Cypress Gardens and other
Show e nltet a wMk the wrong day later on and then state establishments.
B how* nltely) Last hew (Urtot
SIM A.M. took out another warrant. The
CONGRESS cemplenoeaqual Facttttln' charge was using obscene or Indecent .

n 4636 N. DALE MABRY language. 'Big noise at Wekiva' Sunday was made by saucy
C TAMPA a ace little machines of the Flying Farmers assembling at the
fkoM 877-7571 for Dinner I.... Judge Bob M. Johnson will represent Blue Run Wekiva Lodge of Bryon and Inez Sauls,. near
the City at the 8th Annual Dunnellon, for the monthly fly-in. The Sauls, famous for 't.,!
Traffic Court Conference sponsored their hospitality, served up sumptous fare to some 80 '
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UJlUllnnnlUnllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll! llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ll1111I11111111 1 by the Florida Municipal flight fenes, who got in a lot of hangar flying between
Judges' Association and the FlorIda courses. Flying fledgings went overboard-from motor
: NOW PLAYING I Bar, to be held at Miami boats, canoes and water skies-Into the crystal clear
Beach on June 13.15. The Judge I Ia I. stream bounding the Saul's summer quarters. Earthbound i
featured the there number-included Pete Risser of St. '
14 speaker on program pilots- were a
f discussing the subject "In. Pete-whose plane was damaged last week in head-on \
PICTURM i veetlgatlon and Presentation. of collision with a buzzard. Pete-and',his" plane-.came out
= Evidence." Also attending :from better off than the bird.:The Ray'GIltettesofTampa took ?
WINNER OF, ; Hlllsborough County will'-be Judge along the Phil Israels as guests and others from St.Pete included
7ACADEHTI I- W. Marlon Hendry who will preside the Cunninghams, the McCabes and Tripletts. An
E AWARDS I 1I over the conference on June invitation from Paul Gignac of River-Lakes Manor near ,

Yfi i 15. Hernando to a barbeque feast on the site of his huge. development
11 i. there was unanimously accepted.
=: One of the old regular In Ba
.
__: ale Court stated that he just had
= e A to have a suspended sentence Bet Dick Pope will nix the offer to head the proposed
"-' THE SAM Columbia SPIEGEL-Pictures DAVID LEAN presents Production of When asked If he considered this $2 million aquatic 'Showman's Square' at Fort De Soto
a matter of right, he responded: Park, after failing to announce a decision for weeks. Pope
I4WIIENCE I "I've done a lot of business with headed the winning battle to sprinkle legal mountain dewon
i this court and If I don't get It, Polk County (sometimes referred to as "the wettest
i i I'll take my business elsewhere. dry county in the nation") site of his Cypress Gardens.
OFAUABI4JACK Needles to say, he still Is doing Incidentally, Pope Is a teetotaler. May 27 NEWSWEEKis
business' with this court. criticized by a ST. PETE TIMES columnist for Its recent
item regarding the last red tide invasion. What else
= MM HAWKINS-JOSE FERRER-ALEC GUINNESS-ANTHONY QUNf !!3Si
ANTHONY OUAYU'CLAIIDC< INNS-ARTHURISENNWT..OMM, SHMf.'IfI.' = r can be expected when local radio stations: and newspapers
a ,PETER OiOOLf.u'NRfNCt"I'OOf.Rfaa.T'SAMne:: .-SvoSMtMMM -Including THE TIMES-make such a big thing of the
I ..TECHNlCOtOR*. n....8UPCTBWW30N TV IIN EW"i "carpet of dead fish?"

RESERVED SEAT TICKETS NOW ON SALE! I .
i 1
TICKETS. ALSO AT i Remodel) & Repair Clever Is the sign board on the Island side of Corey
.TTAMPArETERSSU1 CAR* ( c t I! R ) 62-3781 Causeway. At the beach side motorists read: YOU HAVE
*ndCLIARWATEH : Plan
t. Financing
:=: ARRIVED! St. Petersburg Beach. Upon leaving, they see
THIATaI'CENTIAL : the opposite side: You Are Leaving St.: Petersburg Beach.
Down
: Nothing
AT NINTH. ST. mCRSIURO WHY? ,'
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55 .uING THIS EXCLUSIVE ENGAGEMENTWILL 7 Years to Pay .

NOT BE SHOWN AT ANY OTHER THEATRE Six Gun Territory, up Ocala way, has another of

SUNCOAST PREMIERE! CALL TV's 'Bonanza' stars on the way Following the highly
successful appearances of 'Hoss,' the old west attractionhas
= The Center Theatre b the esl, theatre ea the West Catt *4
== Florida with the equlpmeat to slew 70 .UII...... wM fllei wmAwrock EDWARDSLumber booked Lorne Green, better known as 'Ben Cartwright' -
==: steno food seek at: SUPER rANAVISION 70. TODD-AO- for appearances the week-end of June 1 and 2.
5 SUPER TECHNIRAMA 70 end CAMERA 65. DIdja know that Greene, once chief newscaster for CBC
SCHEDULE OF PRICES AND PERFORMANCES Co. in Canada, was known as the 'Voice of Canada' and is the
== NIGHTS at 8 P.M. only Canadian to have received the NBC Radio Award for

SUN. MON.. TUES. WED. THIIRS......S2.00 NO. ROME AT FULLER Announcing? This, before he embarked on an acting career
FRU SAT. HOLIDAY EVES. ..........S2.SO
DAILY which saw him starring In numerous Broadway plays,
MATINEES of 2 P.M.
==3: MON. THRU SAT. ...........$..10 Day 253-. 491 stock company productions, movies and TV roles.
SUNDAY t HOLIDAYS .....$24)0) After, 6 988-2654 .
All Abov PrlaM Include Tax
PROMPT ATTENTION OIVIN TO ALL PHONf A MAIL ORDER* It would have been surprising that so few Tampanswere
L Free Estimates
on hand at Port-O-Call to welcome their favorites,
IIiIi IIUIIIIiNIMlflllllilllllllilllllllllllIlilllllllilll! ( I "Los Chavales de Espafia," Monday night, except that La
GACETA was not notified In time to carry the announce-
swB M aBB Ma
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w i* ment last week. The team may not be 'kids' anymore but
The word is out "It's the smartest place'in town"! their production Is even more beautiful-with each member

displaying incredible versatility: In music and dance-
JACK FLYNN'S than in years past. Add to this'the Incomparable music of
Ralph Flanagan and Ore and nonsensical comedy of
Jimmy Nelson and his wooden headed sidekick Danny O'-
GANDY BOULEVARD NEAR }VE8 S'IIOJtE Day, and The Port emerges with a',winning evening of entertainment
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TAMPA'S BEST FOOD, MUSIC and ATMOSPHERE. ., absence.'Too, singing pianist Nino )NannI remains In the
: -- lounge ,to provide 2873 Salon Rouge
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MocARTHUR HONORED FOR SERVICE TO BOYHOOD-General of --
the Army Douglas MacArthur wears his Silver Buffalo in New
York after it was presented to him by the Boy Scouts of America STAR APPROVES COIN OP THE REALM Vivien Money Museum which purchased it for exhibition -
Honored tor his service to boyhood the 83-year-old sol Leigh approves a rare platinum 12-ruble coin at Rockefeller Center.Miss Leigh has become
dier told his guests of being rescued by an Indian companion minted in Russia in 1832 during the reign of acquainted with mementos of Czarist Russia while
M a buffalo charged him on a hunt nearly 70 years ago. The Nicholas L Showing the coin to the two-time playing the role of the grandniece of Nicholas II
boys with him are Eagle!: Scout Peter Hagan (left),. Eagle Academy Award winner in New York is Vernon in the Broadway musical "Tovarich." At right is
Scout Gerald Duran and Life Scout Peter Abelow (right), L. Brown curator of the. Chase Manhattan.Bank a closeup of both_sides of the 12-ruble coin.

HONOR A MacARTHUR general' Douglas MacArthur apareee .
r con un Bufalo' de Plata, en Nueva York, que 'le entregaron MONEDA REAL-La actrlz Vivien Leigh aparece admlrando una rara moneda de platino, de 12 ru.
ton NIAoa Exploradoree de Eatadoa Unldos. El honor fu6 por ausaervlcloa bios, aeufiada en Rusla en 1832 durante er relnado de Nicolas I I. Con ella esta Vernon L. Brown, que
a la nlfiez. El general, que tlene 83 altos de edad, con. tlene a au cargo el Muaeo Numlsmatlco del Banco Chase Manhattan, que acaba d.e comprar dlcha
t to a loa presentes c6mo hate unoe 70 altos un compafiero Indlo moneda para exhlblrla en el Rockefeller Center. Vivien Leigh, dos veces ganadora del premlo de la
lo salvo al aer atacado por un b falo. Pueden verse los nines Academia Clnemafografla, ae ha famlllarizado con asuntos referentee a ra Rude rarlsta al partlclpar ..
Peter Hagan (ala, Izqulerda), Gerald Duran y Peter Abelow (a en la obra musical "Tovarich" en el papel de aobrlna de Nlcolaa II. A la derecha pueden verse
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KHRUSHCHEV VOWS TO AID CUBA-Soviet Premier Niklta
Khrushchev shakes hands with Cuban Premier Fidel Castroin
Moscow after signing a 'joint Soviet-Cuban declaration.
Khrushchev said the Soviet Union would go to the aid of
UNDER ONI lOOP-The President of the United celebrate.He will be 48 on May 29. Former Presi- Cuba if the U.S.failed to adhere to the agreement the Premier
State and two predecessors are all under one dent EIsenhower was honored across the lobby reached with President John F. Kennedy; last fall. Premier
root, the Waldorf-Astoria's, for separate activities with the Benjamin F. Fair less Memorial Medal Castro has spent the last four weeks as a visitor in Russia.
I' In New York. President Kennedy attended a for distinguished public service.,Upstairs, wherehe .
I pre-blrthday party with COO Democrats who paid lives, former President Hoover received 1963 8E COMPROMETE A AYUDAR A CUBA-El primer. mlnlstrosovletlco
l,000-a-plate for the privilege of helping him Award of Merit from the Circumnavigators Club. Niklta Khruahchev da la mano al de Cuba, Fidel Castro .

en Moscd, tras flrmar una decfaracton conjunta ruao-cuba.
I BAJO EL MISMO TEC HO-El actual presldente de,'loa Esta- na. Manifests que la Unl6n Sovl&ica Irfa en ayuda de Cuba al
doa Unldoa y dos que re precedleron en el alto*cargo aparecen loa Estadoa Unldoa rompfan lo que IfamA compromlao efectuadoel

d bajo el mlsmo techo en el hotel Waldorf-Astoria, aunque suaactlvldadea pasado otofio con el presldente Kennedy. Castro permaneclo
r cuatro aemanaa como hulsped de Ruala.fA .
9 en Nueva York eran dfetlntas. El presidents Ken.

nedy aalatld a un banquets que le daban GOO democratas con

motlvo de cumpllr/ 48 silos de edad .1 l dla 29 de mayo. Cada

cublerto coatIS, mil d6larea. El ex presldente Eisenhower reel. ;;I.!&__
b6! la medalfa "Benjamin F. Falrleaa' por dlstlnpuldos ser*

vlcloa publlcoa. Y er ex prealdente Hoover, el premlo al Me-
rlto del Circumnavigators Club.
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JEWELS FOR ALGERIA :
lice man guards a tray of Jewelry.
In Algl.rs aa It was donated by
women to help the government.
Algerian Premier Ben BeDa had
appealed for valuables to meet .;6-\-
the budget. .-'./ .
JOYA8 PARA ARGELIA Un :t
pollcfa aparece custodlanto una
bandeja con Joyaa, en.Argel, que yS; e
habla donado una mujer para ;
ayudar al goblerno. El primer .
mlnlatro Ben Bella habla If
apelado a la naclon para qua do.
nara o.bjetos de valor con ef fin
de ayudar al crane p bllco.

SALUDO MILITAR La Com.

Jenny Wren, del cuerpo femenl-

no de la Infanterfa de marina,

1l examlna un unlforme usado porla "t "
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<, corlata "rockett", Kathy Kehr- ARM SEWED BACK OPERATION SUCCESSFUL-Everett
MILITARY SAUin-MaJ. Jenny le en Nueva York al planearse Jr. give the OK sign In Boston to show i UnSmtaJ
": Wren of the Women'Marines un aaludo conmemorando el 20o along Just fine. A year ago he was carried Into the
'J examines a costume worn by; satin Hospital with Mi
anlversarlo de eaa ram del aervlclo .. tight arm severed below the shoulder
\ Sockette Kathy; Kenrle In New A team of surgeons sewed .
it
20th anniversary feme nino. El modefo esta i back on. Today; a year later, he
York a
j as can move all five of his fingers, and he has
salute is planned for the worn'en's coplado del unlforme uaado por feeling In four.

armed, services branch.after' las mujerea de ese cuerpo y lo EMPATADO UN .BRAZO-Everett Knowfes, Jr., aparece en:
The costume is patterned
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'the Women Marines uniform usaran las corlstaa "rockettes' I 'Boston Indlcando qua "todo ,va bfen" con reapecto a au reclenite
., and will be worn by the clancI en el proximo espectaculo de operation. Hace un afio fu<< llevado al hospital de 'Maasachut'aetta

I sing Rockettes at the next Ra- alias en al teatroRadio, City Mu. eon, el;braze 'dereeho etrcenado bajo el hombro. Un orupo;
t etto ,City Uusle, Ball show. ale,, Hall. ; : de '';fdl. ol ae lo eoslo -en el I'mlsme I lugar. Ahora ya puede mo4
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GACETA PAGINA 9VIERNES, 31 DE MAYO DE 1963 d

PAGINA ITALIANA s(

'
IL CENTENARIO DELLA POSTA

Secondo un antico mi to In. ciuta a cui! si mescola ancheun pire che cosa gll stava suc- .
diano, la storia del progresso sentimento di minuta no- cedendo. Per 40 anni aveva t
poggia su dl un cammello e stalgia. Da questo sentimen fatto quel mestiere ma se
il cammello poggia a sua volta to di gratitudine e anche di 1'era dimenticato! Mestlere .
su di una tartaruga.II nostalgia, 6 nata la celebra. perduto quello del postiglione

,, cammello significhereb- zione del centenario della po e quanti ma! altri anco
: be la pazienza, e la tartaruga, sta Italiana. ra? !

il procedere lento e la neces- Chi fa piu oggi il mestiere
sitd di usare in tutte le cose, Ho seguito, attraverso ilquotidians del maniscalco? Un tempo se
ponderatezza e sistema. Ma 6 resoconto di un ne incontravano di frequen-

.,,\, .. proprio vero che il progresso inviato speciale di un gior- te; e, 1'antro dove ess! lavo-
f f umano proceda a passo di nale cittadino, il viaggio per ravano, aveva un che di te-
tartaruga, quando 6 stato corso da una delle otto dill- nebroso, suonante del colpi
posibile vedere in una sola vita genze destinate a rievocare con I quail sembrava Incru-
to i a tali e tante rivoluzionarie il passato. Questa diligenza delissero sugli zoccoli! de! ca
invenzionl? Gli 6, che ogni dall'estremo confine orientate valli. E il vestiere del vettur-
generazione sembra raccog- d'ltalia da Muggia -il rino? E il cosl detto "faco-
liere dl un balzo progress! che 29 novembre "6 una diligenza cchio" fabbricante di vettu-
sono stati silenziosamente e dell' epoca-cosl scrive 1'in- re? Ne rimane il ricordo In
faticosamente preparati dal viato speciale ma cost ben qualche vecchia straducola
: pass! delle generazioni prece- tenuta che pare nuova. La romana? Ma sembra che or-
denti! in quella ininterrotta ca tirano quattro cavalli guida- mal! il mercato del "cocchi"
L tena che lega gli uomini! di ti da due postiglionl con la : si debba cercarlo a CinecittA
oggi con quelli dl led, con palandrana marrone, le bra-:1 ove i cocchi!, magari! dorati!
quelli di domani. che gialle e la tuba" Per I -servono nelle riconstruzio-

Ma guardate un p6 a quale completare il quadro dell'e- nl! storiche. Del resto pare
considerazioni pseudofiloso- poca, non mancheranno alcu- che anche i postiglioni delle
fiche mi ha condotto la recen- ni presirnti viaggiatori in costume diligenze del centenarlo, sia-
te celebrazione del centenario ottocentesco."Ore no stat! cercat! tre le compar-

SIMBOLO DE LA FERIA MUNDIAL DE N. YORKlie della posta Italiana! Si 4 vo- 9,30" E' sempre il se di CinecittA e the I cavalli
aqui la Unisfera que constituira el simbolo de la Fen luto in tal modo fissare il rl- nostro inviato sfleciale che stessi abblano quella prove-
a Mundial de Nueva York, de 1964 a 1965. El materiales cordo di quella legge approva- I scrive& "II postiglione suo- nienza.
acero inoxidable. Esta siendo construida por Ia com- ta nel 1862 dal primo Parla na la tromba, schiocca la frusta Continua il viaggio della
,. panfa United States Steel. Sera presentada oficialmen- mento dell'Italia Unita, legge e si parte. Dentro, la dili "nostra" diligenza: "Abbla-
te a la Feria antes del dfa de la inauguration de esta, en che rego6! la complessa ma- genza 6 alta e stretta; 4 cer- mo scavalcato 1'Appennino e
1 abril del ano proximo.Desarrollo teria del servizi postal! supe- tamente piu scomoda di una siamo arrlvati! a Perugia. Le
rando difficolta giuridiche ed capsula spaziale". L'appunta- pietre miliarl! cl trasmettono
e ,Industrializacion. economiche che derivano dal[ mento con le alare otto dili- fremiti di impazienza automobillstica" -
diversi! ordinamenti del sigoli partite da vari punt!
(Viene de la pAgina 8)) da por el Banco Interamerlcano genze, Poi finalmienteI'll
mera reunion babida en Lima CUrD de Desarrollo, el Presldente R6- Stat! Italian! Ma quanta stra- d'Italia, 6 a Roma, per il 12 dicembre a Castelnuovo
objetiTO b&slco fu4 un Intercam- mulo Betancourt dljo que a nues- da prima di arrivare a que- dicembre Piti o meno come di Porto, "si! vede la luce di!
bio de lnformaci acerca de los tra America hlwpano-portuguesa. le sto! Quanta strada per unl- quella partita da Muggla, Roma." E, !11 1 12 dlciembre, 6
ficare in solo organismo itinerari divers! !il 1
un pur con ,
planes que cada pals vlene ha- quedaba por optar entre doa ca. 1'nrrivo trionfale scampa-
nazlonale i rudimental! servl viaggio si sari' svolto nello
clendo 'por el desarrollo y fomen mlnos: el del desarrollo o el del nellare di sonagli, schiocchi
to de BU industria. caos. Y el camino del cans es per- zi postal! del passato; quanta stesso modo: monti e valli; dl! frusta sul plazzale dell'-
Porque no se dude: la politlca econ6mica manecer cada uno de estos pue. strada ancora perch le con. ponti! e fiumi; ingress! piu o EUR, 11 nuovo lussuoso quar-
de hoy en dia se hate bloc en 'una Insularldad aulcida. quiste che" si intravvedono meno trionfali nel! vari vilHafifgi tiere dl Roma. La 'nostra' di
a ,base de grandee toloques. En Por ello, Justamente, campea' aho- diventino realta! ; brevi soste !In localita !- ligenza 6 la quarta ad arrivare ,
Europa tenemos a los suscrltore ra en esta parte del hemlsferiouna La dlligenza che portavala designate per raccoglierela dopo queUe che provenlva- fi'
del Mercado Comun, del grupo de conclencla Qua ee agudlza de posta di villaggio in villag- posta a cui si! appone !11timbjro 1 no da Ponte S. Luigi, da Cag-

lot sl.te..?:ylaorganlKacl pert UA,. ndla.,..repectojl4, ; la sollda- gio, rappresentd ,gifi! un progresso ,del centenafio; ac. liari, da-Palermo, e da Iselle.
nente "tras la Cortina de Jllerro rtdad que debe ezlitlr Unto en el daH'epoca in cui i 'mes- correre di'*filatelici, codarz! II*postiglione; Peppe Mugna,
Consecuencla: America Latina de- piano de la economla cuanto en saggi neJ1'ln pprimJblJe dl blmbi, gazzarra di studenti ci ha tenuto ad arrivare di
be dejar de lado lo que podriamosIlamar -eJ de Ia politlca, puce un armdnlco bisogno dell'uomo di comuni- discorai di sindaco con tan volata al traguardo, ed ha
BU balcanlzacldn economi 7 dinamlco desarrollo economico care con altri uomini I pas- to dl sclarpa. salutato, con una scappellata
ca.'' exlge perentoriamente establlidadipolitlcas savano da mano a mano, affl- II "nostro" fnviato speciale le AutoritA allineate.
En reunI6n, habida por estomlsmos dentro de los marcos dati a mess! special! o a giro- non ha !1'arla df! essers C'era il Presldente della
dial en Caracas, convocaAuto constltuclonales cuya base es el vaghi, a cavallanti, a mercan- troppo dlvertlto: coal scrive Repubbllca, c'era 11 mlnistro I
respeto de la roluntad popular, I ti. Oggi! i treni elettrici ci -"11 freddo 6 tale che ad 'un delle poste, e, al dl! }14J delle I
dlatante de la asecbanzas' del to- sembrano gliu,j Invecchiati, i certo momento "in mezzo ale !- transenne un folto pubbllco
talltarlsmo o de los cuartelazos al furgoni postal! sorpassatl, e gelide lande del Polesln -c'era andata anch'lol-! -
uso. grid si pensa al! velcoli che avevamo quasi deciso dl curiosito e divertito. "Queste -
(ContlnuarA) battono in velocita! anche II staccare i cavalli e fare un vecchle diligenze prove-
suono, e a mlssili radiocoman- bel fuoco." No 4 mancato al!. nient! da ogni parte d'Italla"
NACIMIENTOSUn dati.! Ma frattanto si 6 voluto la "nostra" diligenza un'as- -ha detto 11 Ministro delle
nlfio, hlJo de los esposos volgersi indietro al! tempi del- salto di briganti in plena re Poste ci ricordano con la
Aurelio Corral, del 2913 Elrod. la dillgenza per misurare II gola; student! urblnati arma loro immagine, lungo cam-
Un nlfio, hijo de los esposos cammlno con un ti! di
percorso pistole e pugnali, e none mino compiuto in questo se-
Felix Martinez, de Ruskin.
sense di gratitudine com piaI nemmeno mancato 1'incon colo dalla nuova Italia."
tro con un poatiglione vero I
I I r-- Sf, questo 4 vero I Ma un
Aeva 90 anni quel postig altro ricordo 6 balzato in me:
f Hone: lo issarono a fatlca In quello della lotta strenua e
Enjoy. sella; gli misero le brlghe In tenace con la quale per anni
una mano e la frusta nell'al- ,ed anni i postelegrafonici Ita
CHAMPAGNEof tra, ma aveva !1'aria di non ca- liani! hanno rivendicato il di-

.. -- ritto dl organlzzazlone, II dlrltto !-
.h --
of I. dl aciopero, conquiatato
permits qua Las HiblUs passo a passo un maggnior!
TLE BEER Embetleeedoras d. benesere, un minor numero

EVELYN'SBEAUTY di ore lavorative, passando
SALON giova riconoscerlo I I .
dai! tempi della diligenza al-
Le Realzar
Ayuden a
le attuali fort! organizzazlo-
Su Belleza
No neceiarlo clta .ni sindacall sempre appog-
es una
ARREST(THIS PEST !' ABIERTO Antlclpada EL VIERNES I date statarlo, (ho mentre occassione studio di 1'atti-con-

NES iIYAy1ED/r/ HA8TA LAS 9:00: P. M. I dta parlamentare socialls-
EN WEST TAMPA ta; ), dal deputatl nostri, pri
mo fra tutti: Fillppo Turatl.
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Tenga la Bondad De
} ; KILLER MOTH t In Our Modern Llamar iorno procedere sia pure di
a
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Ei.d fie P.rtreYOUR DICK Ii egrafonici Italian!
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run .n..afn. CA FOR
CIea....A aland I .v EXPORTS I ANO .Ol1YOR Via le rivendicazioni non so-

AO fun .r. fumlftUd monthly" for I..d. m.tb. prtcto .. PINTURA 10 ancora finite: quail anco-
.. Yea e'n ..p.et yvr furs any tm! as tk.y rtord EFECTOS para PINTAR ra a non parlare dl altri, le
.. oar property !II 0. .WI v.ntt. Y.. .a.! c.i 9.t C londlzloni degli! umill postini!
ft.m without d.1., at the! .Ad *f tk. ....... jr
J''% OP YOUR OWN VALUATION "D Un Plntor"Distribaidores .-- the passo passo vanno
FASHION CLEANERS de las rtando la posta nei casolariiperdutl (
PlfltttTM B. L. P. a ...? I Ahim6,t per que-
& FURRIOIS KING-GRECO' HDW. .CO.. sTelifetr tl! umill lavoratorl, l'epocadeiIadiilgenza"non',6
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3 Cracker Politics
; FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1963

a i ; TALLAHASSEE'S POWERFUL CONFERENCE ,COMMITTEE

,' (This column first appeared in the a quasi..public, special interest to bring their totals into balance lic schools and another on higher LEGAL" NOTICES

Tallahassee Democrat and other group. And there is good reason and unhampered discretion must education. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO

" dally newspapers./ ) I to believe that, back in the 1930'a, be given them. If the managers on the appropriations REGISTER FICTITIOUS

\ TALJjLAIIASSEE. Many legislators -: a committee clerk borrowed froman There is no set pattern for the bill possess special pow TRADE NAME

t are learning about that peculiar i executive Department agency makeup of conference committees.For ers, it should )be remembered that Notice is hereby given that the

, Institution known as the slipped in a few figures to save the appropriations bill at the tfie Governor does, too. The Constitution undersigned, Altonso Lnfriu. in

conference committee.It I his agency and his regular job '61 session, there were 10 mana. gives him the right to ve tends to register the fictitious

is a special kind of committee from extermination. gers, five from each house, appointed to separate items in any bill em. trade name, U. S. Battery Supply

set up to try to work out dif Insofar as the reduction or eliminating by the President and the bracing more than one appropriation. with the Clerk of the Circuit Court,

ferences when the Senate and the of appropriations is concerned Speaker. That means he can work selectively Hillsborough County, Florida, pursuant

House of Representatives agree the method of handlingthe Each group included the Chair through the general appropriations to Sec. 85690, Florida Sta-

I I in principle on some proposed law big (this year: billion-dollars man of the Committee on .iPpro. bill, trimming out not tutes, 1953. That the undersigned

I but disagree over detail. plus, 1,150 separate items, 74 I.e. priatlons, plus two legislators who only figures but qualifying or restricting Intends to engage in, business at

,The conference committee es. gal-size pages) money bill is de. had not served on that commit words. In the '59 bill, for 4603% 22nd Street, Tampa, Flori

capes general attention because it fended on the ground the houses tee. Usually)) one of the mana. example, Governor Collins veto of da. Dated this 10th day of May,

usually' comes into being in the have turned over the Senate and gers from each house on the eight items included the editingof 1963. Alfonso Lufriu sole owner.
beetle final days of a legislative House versions to the conferees money bill is a specialist on' pubI I four words from two sentences. ,

passion It is best known as the
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
i vehicle for working out the State's
\ 't big money-spending bill, but a FLORIDA LEAGUE FOR THE EXTENSION OF REGISTER FICTITIOUS
TRADE NAME
number will be appointed' during
I each session. LEGALIZED GAMBLING MEETS ,IN TAMPAAt Notice is hereby given that the

undersigned, Joe and Helen Boda-
I :" To: legislators, until they ,have The Regional Meeting of the it can pass both houses. If it does wall-the only answer to bolster
mi intend
to register the fictitious
had some !ferusing experience, "Florida League for the Extensionof Governor Bryant will veto It and Florida's sagging economy is to
; trade name, The< Palms Restaurant -
j : "conference" means the resolr- Legalized Gambling"' which It is questionable whether or have an extension of legalized
with the Clerk of the Circuit
'
..} Jng of differences. To them, if the took place at the International Inn not Bryant's action can be over gambUng-

;t houses have agreed in exact figures In Tampa on Saturday, May 11, ridden at this session. Our survey (a) The Florida Legislature Court, Hillsborough County, FlorIda
pursuant to Sec. 85690, Flor.
'(." upon a specific appropriation, 1963 the following precepts were shows that the bill is doomed. must vote on legalizing "Gambling
Ida Statutes, 1953. That the undersigned
; there would seem no basis for action unanimously agreed upon: 6. We are setting our sights on Casinos' on a county option basis to'
intend engage in business -
t by a conference committee on 1. The news relative to an ex. two years hence. At that time, -profits of course, to be divided '
i at 1032 East Hlll borough
that' item. tension of legalized gambling is Florida's expenditures and the efforts 67 ways because we have 67 coun.
Are, Tampa, Florida Dated this
.
How wrong they are was dramatized encouraging all over the country. of the powers that be to give ties;
i' 24th day of May, 1963. Joe and
by Sam Gibbons of Tampa 2. The action of New Hampshire' services to our Floridans will be
(b) We must have off-track betting -
Helen Bedami, co-owners.
then a State Senator and nowa :relative to legalizing lotteries is a so heavy that it will be impossible ; .

Congressman, when he objected step in the right direction. to squeeze any more blood from
I (c) We must legalize TWO (2)
at the 1961 session to the reportof 3. Rhode Island is endeavoringto the proverbial turnip. To over NOTICE OF INTENTION TO

the conferees on the general follow in the footsteps of New tax our citizens is dangerous. Legislators lotteries a year. REGISTER FICTITIOUS

appropriations bill. Gibbons spell. Hampshire, which is extremely with half an ounce of in (d) A restoration of Bingo. TRADE NAME

ed out, by examples, the power of gratifying. telligence realize it. There is even 7. It is a well known fact that Notice is hereby given that the

the conferees: 4. A bill was introduced in Florida more talk that some bright boy in about fifty' billion dollars a yearis undersigned, Alfonso Lufriu, intends

1. They bad reduced ,an item on last week to legalize lotteries Tallahassee will come up with a bet throughout the United to register the fictitious

which both houses had agreed, by'trlmmt'ng the proceeds to go towards furthering Florida State Income Tax..I I States. Appoint and legalize foot. trade name, Battery Sales & Service

I planning funds for Florida education. It is doubtful that 6. The handwriting is on the ball and baseball betting commissioners New and Rebuilt, with the,
Lt I Atlantic University from $150,. in addition to off-track Clerk of the Circuit Court, Hills-

y I 000, to $50,000. Manufacturers Trying To Pass Another betting. Our falling economy will borough County, Florida, pursuantto

1.** 2. They had eliminated an itemon Price-Fixing Law In CongressBy disappear and happy days will be Sec. 856.900, Florida Statutes,
'which both' houses had agreed, here again. 1953. That the undersigned in "
by deleting money for new build. SIDNEY MARQOLIU8 Another serious effect would be
Harry LevyPresident tends to engage in !business at
ings at the University of South The new price-maintenance laws to freeze prices of medicines at
I Florida League 4S03 N. 22nd St., Tampa Florida. .
Florida. slipping through Congress un. present high levels For the Extension of Dated this 10th day of May 1963. '.", :,

3. They had added an item never noticed and unprotested by the Public Unaware Legalized Gambling. Alfonso Lufriu, sole owner. 't'Mw.. ...
considered by either House, by public which would have to'' pay The alarming, fact is the speedat '
'
providing $20,000( for a cltruBpulp higher, ,prices ,as..)hQ..result. This which the bill is moving
experiment. was the frank warning sounded through the U.; S. House of Representatives "

; Gibbon's) point of order was at the annual 'conference of the with no protest from GREAT VALUE ,

overruled after a special parka.Ii Council on Consumer InformationIn the public. The public itself baa

1' mentary committee declared the Washington recently by a group : no warning and does not realize MILD AND MELLOW

conferences' had not exceeded their of consumer-minded congressmen.The i the danger. Dingell reported that

authority, citing Section 546 of proposed measure is called I he has had heavy mail from his

{' .Jefferson's Manual: the "quality stabilization" bill. Its own district In favor of the bill,

kL "Where an amendment strikes really the old "fair trade" law but not a single letter in opposition

'out all of the bill after the enacting under a new name and "fair .

clause and substitutes a trade" Itself really is price-fix- Senators Estes Kefauver (Dem.
MM.F
+ new text, the managers (con- ng. If passed, "quality stabilize-. Tenn.) and Lee Metcalf (Dem. M. NGLt

terees) have the whole subject ion" would enable manufacturersto Mont) also warned that the new

before them and may exercise abroad revoke the right of a retailerto ,price-fixing: bill could be enacted -It.

I( discretion as to details, and sell their brand.name: products before the public knew what had MooRE

lay may even report an entirely uew I it the retailer cut the prices. hit It, and that they too got heavy IIIurn ICMdWIISI

bill on the subject. "Quality stabilization" sounds mall from businessmen against .
MATTINOLY & MOORE
_
Interestingly, Insofar as writing like something desirable. But like consumer legislation but little

r in extra items is concerned, Jef the "rlght-to.work' name on antiunion from consumers supporting their STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY

t ferson's rule does not prevail legislation, 'it is an attempt I own interests. Metcalf reported

any longer in the legislative bo- to fool the public as to its that the "California Retail Drug- AGED FULL 5 YEARS $125

dy where it originated, since the real intent. In this case, the real gist" published a "model" letterIn

Senate of the United States for. Intent is to limit competition a. favor of ,price-fixing laws that AND ONLY Half-Pint

'bids the addition of new material mong retailers and require all druggists could adapt to send to
by a conference committee. manufacturer'sbrand local
retailers to sell a newspapers.
4" Beyond being able to include
if the
at the same price Government agencies which
provisions not contained in either
manufacturer so desires have the responsibility for fighting .
the Senate or the House version, Share In ,America
The reason some manufacturersand price-fixing are strictly against
or to exclude items agreed upon
retailers, especially in the such laws The Federal Trade WE GIVE U. S.
by both houses, the conference
drug industry, are 'pushing) to get I Commission, Justice Departmentand
committee these
possesses extraordinary I SAVING STAMPS
% new law is that fair trade laws Commerce Department all
a powers:
have been declared un onsUtu. have attacked the "quality stabi With Every Purchase
?i Beyond being able to include
tonal in about half the states. In lization" bill as a price-boosting'
contained in either
provisions not ,
the other states, fair trade either measure. WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS
'y, the Senate or the House version,
was never enacted or is being ignored Lee Loevinger, assistant attorney
i or to exclude Items agreed upon
price- In charge of the AntiTrust JOE ALVAREZ
i by both houses, the conference to a large extent by general ,t
cutting retailers and manufac- Division, last year tolda
F committee possesses these extra
Service Station15th
ordinary powers: turers. Senate Commerce subcommitteethat

1. It works 'behind' closed doors. But "quality stabilization" could "quality stabilization" wouldlet Street and 9th Avenue Phone 246.5232

S 2. Its report must be accepted damage your pocketbook more manufacturers fix prices at I.,

or rejected as a whole. It cannot than the fair trade laws ever did high, non-competitive levels "cal. .

be amended. (The report may bet I because it would make it even culaCed to yield what the traffic

tent back to conference, and new easier'' for manufacturers to fix could bear."

managers could be appointed..) prices. The manufacturer would Moreover, under the proposed' THINK OF ME!

3. Some of the members of the not even have to seek price agreements measure, price-fixing could be extended

committee can frustrate the will with retailers state by to fresh produce, canned as +truri WHEN YOU

of a majority of both houses by state. His fixed ,price would apply goods, clothing gasoline, building

t (a)- simply not meeting or (b) in all states Including those materials, even meat and potatoes WANT GOOD MEAT .

n by refusing to negotiate. that previously never had a "fair Loevinger warned.

The conferees, or managera" trade" law. \, Simon Schwartz Food Mart

as 'they are formally known, have I The effect on prices you pay SUBSCRIBE TO LA GACETA
'an opportunity to take care of pet would be drastic Rep. John Din- 1 4004 S. MacDill Ave.

projects, and tome ,have been un. gell (Dem-Mich.) ,warned the consumer w<..e Phone 831-6021
"'able to resist this for extra-inning: conference that a shopping S ab '1 ? a

''legislating. For example, a pro. survey by the U. S. Department ,
yIw''eii 'tacked. on several sessions indicated that prices) of such goods i THE BEST MEATS IN TAMPA"r

$. ago to divert $50,000 from as household \equipment could- braised e t wi'xr .
State advertising funds for use of as much as 17.8 percent.. -- !




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FRIDAY MAY 31, 1903 Iu IS. Failure To Act Caused Cuban ProblemCuba J


FOR FUN VISIT.. .
today Is not so much a by Robert Starkie States claiming that a radical revision

T measure of the success of Communism of the whole pattern of Cu.
A. (Special to La Gaceta)
+ as It Is the failure of ban-Amerlcan economic relations
(Edltor'a Note: Robert Starkie, can be considered an experton
Nightly democracy to take adequate stepat s must be undertaken. The United
Latin American affairs.. He la a widely-traveled newsman,
'Th. New
the right time. States would not concede that any
.found' who speaks Spanish fluently His beat has been the Caribbean
.1Crew The revision was required.In .
right time was during the
a Men Islands, Centrar and South America. He has Just returned from
Always e.od crucial years 1959 and 1960 when her diplomatic note of No.
Food a.wrag.Mu.b and. diplomacy, tact and foresight by Brazil.) vember 13, 1959 Cuba stated her

t P.M.From the Elsenhower administrationcould which degraded their dignity as payment rated on the declared tax final position: unless the United

i have turned an uncertainand fully sovereign states.As value of the fand. For tax purposes States reconsidered its refusal te

Inexperienced Castro Into the a result the United States land- In Cuba for years had negotiate, the note said, "It Is only

Edie Stewart Western camp. Instead a heavy renounced any unilateral policy of been declared at unrealistically logical that Cuba try to resolve 4
.
Lvaly voc n.t,
"'ne. your favor handed and bumbling State Department her own In dealing with communist low prices. the growing deficits of her trade

I lte tongs for you I gave him no alternative aggression In the western This was unacceptable to the balance, without prejudice to the

In tho loungo. I but to turn to Russia, and gamble hemisphere and bound herself by United States. It seemed, as Castro Intensification of her economic

lnln Room Op.n Till Mldntsh that the U. S. would be IneffectiveIn treaties with other American re. put It at the time, that "to relations with the United States* '
tar Open Till 1AMTampa counteracting such a move.U. publics to avoid Intervention and the United States, prompt effl. by Increasing Cuba'a foreign Income V

Airport S. failure In coming to grips to work through the Organizationof clent and Just payment meant payment by means of diversification r
Motel of production the opening of new
In
American States. right now U. S. dollarsat
222 N.Wt Short Or oor.Sprue* with the Cuban dilemma sterna froma
M Seconds from. Int. Airitortrhon. failure by Washington duringthe This fact substantially strengthened their own valuation. The press markets and the expansion of
177 11I1 Eisenhower era to understand Castro's hand on the "divide coverage as well as official pro. trade with all countries of the

the Impact that Castro would haveIn and rule" principle. For we have nouncementa on both sides became world.'*

Latin America and eventually found-as In the case of H.ltl- Increasing! biased, raucous The meaning was clear. U. S.

on the cold war Itself. For the that It Is almost Impossible for and ultimately hysterical.Still reaction was to declare econonrie

r Cuban Revolution as Castro seesIt 20 divergent republics to form a things might no have got. war. on Cuba. In November 17 the

; Is a historic movement which single, decisive and effective In. ten worse but for a two-fold U. 8. State D.partm.nt'rel..d a bulletin

re-echoed and crystallized the soclal ternatlonal policy. decision at this point. The firstat : "The U 8. Government hat

1 changes which have beery Aa a .result we have left Latin Mr. Nlxon'a Insistence was to abandoned all belief In Fidel Castro -

sweeping Latin America for the American Republics, who are extend relatively passive aid and as a revolutionary Idealist and

CHARCOAL BROILED past decade. week and poor, In a position cooperation to the Cuban coun. now considers him to be a demagogue -

SPECIALTIES Castro cleverly exploited the la where, If they cannot get help ter-revolutlonarles In exile at this anxious to obtain greater

ROAST PRIME RIBS tent anti-American feeling ram. from us they have no alternativebut time predominantly Batlstlanos.The power In the Caribbean by taking
FILET and SIRLOIN to turn to Russia. If they do wealthy Cuban minorities advantage of antl.American pre.
pant In South America, pointingto
so, moreover, as Illustrated by Cu. were encouraged to leave Cuba Judlce. The sequence of event
i BABY BACK RIBS a history of unilateral Interventions
ba, the United States Is unlikely to and prepare In exile the overthrow seem significant: It makes the
POMPANOALMONDINE by the United States)
I do much about It. In fact for some of the Castro regime. This U. 8. argument read, In effect

of them Castro and the threat of was later to create a refugee that Premier Castro could not be
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communism Is their "ace In the problem which would cost the an Idealist because Idealists can

I NOW OPENSANDWICHES hole." For they have seen how effective American taxpayer many millions not be dissatisfied In their eco.

.a And of course. : this la In obtaining Increased of dollars and effectively reduceall nomlc relations ,with the United

m to ftrftct dollar aid ostenslvely to opposition to Castro within the Statea.

.1/0r ,,* compli your A New Noontime ServiceMurphy's Ward off the inroads of communism country. Three months later, on February
Corn Beef Special
of win.glan II Cuban and revolution In their own The U. 8 Government's facilitation B, 1960 Soviet deputy Premier Anastaa -
Baked Ham & Swiss countries.'In addition many of them of more than 60 bombingand Mlkoyan arrived In Havana

EMBERS 1+ Imported Swiss Cheese are enjoying Cuba's sugar. quotaof Incendiary raids during the and concluded 4, modest trade a.
Imported "Genova" Salami
I IMPERIAL HOUSE Lettuce & Tomato some three million tons a year winter of 1959.1960 caused the flna.f greement with Cuba. Diplomatic
So why get rid of Castro? alienation of Cuban goodwill.The relations with Russia were not established
PfceM 876-444 Joe
Murphy'sLOUNGE The chain of events which led second decision was even until the following May.In .
4732 N. DALE MARRY I
to the establishment of Cuba as a graver During that fall the Cu. June 1960, when Russian oil

1001 N. Dale Mabry launching pad for Soviet subver ban Government had made official began to arrive In Cuba In pur- ,
PHONE Z48-3921 Phone 8729521 slon and penetration Into the representations to the United (Continued on page 12) !
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.......-......-- .,... --------- Western hemisphere began during
-- the crucial :;1959-i( 60 period. By' '

the time President Kennedy came I
TIDBITS FROM SPAIN"By
11/J/)) to power followed by the abor
tlve Bay of Pigs Invasion It was already ** ****** **** Henry J. Cervantes*** **"*** ** *M H

nI .-... McIAUaNa N NaA too late for the U. 8. to Inter.Amerlcan ,Press Agency Mr. Will Durant, world famous
.a.l..AM..llr" Taq 0ln Lantg .
I I recoup past mistakes and hear CULTURAL NEWS: philosopher has arrived to tha,
the breach. Mr. Charles Wheeler, President capital of Spain to write an Introduction

What no amount of "white of the "Royal British Academy", to the film "The tall of

DRIVE-SN washing of available evidence at las anounced that the exhibitionof the Roman Empire" about halt.
CARROLS
the time can possibly remove Is "Goya and his time" la going way thru its shooting schedule,

featuring the fact that United States policy to be the biggest artistic event in James Cagney, the battling,

,' from the start. toward Cuba was these last yeara. Among Goya's Irishman of infinite plus-one filmsIs

unwisely, unduly and unsuccess. paintings. that will' travel to London in Madrid, to tour the town lie

fully geared to the protection of will be the two "Majas" said he will stay a few more day
't ; r HAMBURGERS U. 8. Investment In Cuba. dressed
and undressed-and the than anticipated because he like

The origin of the economic die. I superb "Countess of Chlnchon",, the place very much.

pute was the Land Reform Law J reputed as the 'test portrait Goya Actor-producer Orson Welles, al..
and the Cuban Government's subsequent made. The "Countess"
ever property most a permanent resident of
expropriation of Cuban 4 of the Duke and Duchess of Spain, is now going to bring to the

and U. 8. cattle and sugar estates J 3ueca, has never before left Ma... screen the life of the popular bullfighter -

(Latlfundlot). Though aa early aa j Irld. -manager who discovered"El
CHIEESEBURGERS..lk
FRENCH FRIES...........12C April 1959 In the third month of eeee Cordobes'', todays' bestpaidstar
TRIPLE THICK SHAKES...2Oe the Revolution and month be-
one ANOTHER
AMERICAN of Spanish bullrings.) The film
SOFT DRINKS.......r10o-15c
r : C? fore the Land Reform Law was BULLFIGHTER[ TO-BE shall be named 'Ingratitude", a
2514W.HillsboroughTampa
adopted, Vice President Nixon Paul Elhert, student of ConnecIcut explanatory title, since "SI

Florida submitted to the National 8ecurl t. known la bullfighting cir Cordobis". after gathering riche

ty Council. a plan for the 'Invasion' ales: as "The Blond Indian", has I and fame, threw his manager

1 I r--- of Cuba. Castro was aware of this itated to the local press that he I overboard, leaving him in the

t61 161? I plan from the start. The plan will not go back home before he I lurch.A .

however was kept In abeyance un. deservedly obtains the title of full donkey- "Platero'' and a mam

tll March 17, 1950, when Persl-. lodged "matador' In the Spanish -1"-, created a fa/bulou/ poem.

dent Eisenhower finally decidedto trena. The author, Juan Ramon Jimenes.
ESEET IANCH put It Into execution. .. eeet From Andalusia was awarded a

DECCA RECORDING ARTIST In the meantime the United FILMS NEWS Nobel Prise. Spanish director I. M.

LENNY DEEEMBASSY 1 States oflclally recognized Cubas Roy Roland 1s going to produce Perry will direct the movie' out of

BOYS right to expropriate Its land up. a Westerner called "Rio Grande" Platero's life Incidentally, Mr.

N r F w dining and dan.IM el..aurg on "prompt, efficient and Just 1 Ii a Madrid, starring John Ireland Donald[ Fogelquist, Professor of
payment." a DeS Cyd Charisae who arrived he[ University of California, wJa.e

Fidel Castro at the time agreed b ere a couple of months ago to suggested poet Jimenes for the-
-- -- ---- ----- --- to repayment In principle, but he s tar in another movie, about to be Nobel Prize has recently arrive

wanted long term deferment and t i Inlshed. i n Madrid.
I You're Welcome To
Mel Ferrer .will play the title

role of "El Greco" In a great tech.nicolor .
TAMPA'S NEWEST FINEST NEW MANAGEMENTNEW film scheduled for shootIng -

this fall. The life of the great
POLICY
COCKTAIL LOUNGETHE painter, portrayed from his arrival
to Toledo until his death baae
The PALMS RestaurantFORMERLY
on Marafton' famous book. The

film will probably have its premiere
JAKE WALKER'S CHICKEN'N CHIPS
BONFIRE In the theater of the Spa.
1032 E. Hillsborough. Avenue la6t:Pavllllon at,New, York World's

Fair,. .exhibiting. masterpiece of
3447 GRAND CENTRAL AVE. SPECIALIZING IN STEAKS'' and Spanish world famous painters

SPANISH and ITALIAN.DISHES Goya. Velazquet,:, ,SI Greco, PI-

877-3495 NEW' Cisco, DaU, and a selection of
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art, treasure* and contemporaries.
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I It't' I U. S. Failure to Act Caused Cuban Problem I LA GACETA PAGE 12

FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1963
r TE COMMANDMENTS (Continued :from page 11) showed too much childish emo-
II
t'I I suance of the February treaty, the tion and no prudence whatever.

FOR THE' NEW JUDGEEditor's U. 8. refineries refused to process It Is only fair to note that FI-
I It. They were Immediately del Castro would have gotten away .

( note; Some years ago Federar Judge Devttt wrote seized' administratively (but not with token expropriation. To
ten rule which he believed would be necessary for a Judge expropriated) by the Cuban Gov wipe out U. 8. property was reck.
't.. to follow If he was dedicated to rendering equal and fair ernment. Officials simply regarded less, unless by that time he was

} justice to all. We will publish one rule a week for ten weeks.) at the time that Russian oil already convinced that no deal PRESENTINGFrom
was merely a trial shipment and could be made.
By Honorable Edward J. Devitt Las Vegas
p that U. S. and British oil produ. Besides the sugar quota had not
Chief Judge, U. 8. District Court for the District of Minnesotal TV & Recording Stars
"' t cars would continue supplying at been cut permanently, but only'
First Commandment Tower prices to keep Russian oil for the remainder of 1960. It la .J JOE BRUCE &

j ..., BE KIND off the market. Meanwhile the U. equally fair to note that the prideof 1'THE STEPPERSFour

I \\ If we judges could possess but one attribute, it S. Congress would brook none but the United States was the worst .r. Shows Nltely
should be a kind and understanding heart. The Bench is the harshest retaliation and dla. possible quality with which to approach Plus Dancing to

no place for a cruel or callous man regardless of his other regarding the Illegality of the an understandably sensitive r "The Laynes"

qualities and abilities. There is no burden more onerousto measure cut off Cuba's sugar Cuba. The suspension of the A SHOW. TIMES. '\
WMkwi r M a tie*a.III .
the judge than the imposition of sentence in criminal quota. sugar quota also looked like an :turdtyi ,
.. .
MI4nlt 4 lilt A.M.n .
Within a month Cuba began to economic piece of blackmail to 1 eS -

cases.Would then that he had the wisdom of Solomon, Bu nationalize U. 8. property, begin. : keep the Cubans In line. W. Orud. n>.MIIMIT Cmtrtl A*.
absent that, and possessing as he does the plenary and Ing with the oil refineries. By Further the U. S. Government t > t ....Uabrr WMt otXHU .

awesome power of the federal magistrate, he can thank God September 1960 alf U. S. owned sugar 'restraint" looked more like duplicity -

for a kindly heart. An understanding heart was the gift of Industries, utilities and banks when It la recalled, as Castro a
,God asked by the ancient king, and it is that gift above' all followed suit. Nationalization of himself' knew all along, that

others for which a judge should pray. Cuban property began shortly af. the Central Intelligence' Agency

terwards. was secretely financing, organ. "
" " " " "
"ll While the U. S. allowed Its policies Izlng, training, and arming the STARLITELOUNGE

; r'[ We are Indebted. I and judgements to be shapedby "Brigade of Liberation" which
.
a wealthy minority of Cubans met Its downfall ao ignominiously
rf 4' who were self interested without at the of Pigs few months
Bay a Starring
: ; (Weeklies, semi weeklies and semi. sue by means of federal bayonets
': monthlies, printed all over the will cause all white men to mlracufoualy being enfightened, Castro was being later.The. "The Voyagers"RECORDNIQ
the blandishmentsof United
prodded by States policymakersIn
atate, frequently carry items of accept the equalltarlan
the emerging' communists In the Eisenhower administration ARTISTS
: Interest overlooked or Ignored by garbage of the Fabians as gospel.
;;
the other direction.In rhould have realized at the time 6 Shows Nitely 6
) the high and mighty dailies; Scanning -.Chronicle. Jacksonville
..;:' the game of economic escalation that In this game of Russian rou- -DANCING-
I their columns can prove a rewarding I I
experience.) Orlando police said yesterday that followed both parties (Continued on page 13) DALE MABRY LANES

that parents are solely to blameIf 1600 N. DALE MABRY

H. M. Shelley, Executive Vice. their teen-age sons and daughters
.
8'i ua**fek4tAMA1+ taMOM .iti (.T+v .G1r e Mfdf
President of the Jacksonville are caught at private, public,
row THRU JUNE 8 1
Beach Chamber of Commerce school, or club dances with flquor
aid today the Irksome practiceof In their possession, following surprise fl iah .nal3b,. (eNa..dFjMt) ( .i
sending unordered merchandise raid on a dance at the National WEST SIDE OF
through the mall continues to Guard Armory which af.
TOWN-
flourish and advised the public fected over 400 homes.

that It Is generally under no obll. .The Corner Cupboard, 'Orlando Stop in at the

gatlon to pay for or return unso. .
Melted goods. A Joint meeting of white and CastawaysLounge i
'
-Beach News, JacksonvilleThe Negro citizens was held In the ,
.
City Rail Monday night to lay the' :' WSCHAVALESDE ;

move for free parking downtown groundwork for Improvements In & Package) Store
In metered zones has come the; colored section of Pahokee.The ESPANJ\% \
i 4613 Grand Centralffl
to a standstill following an un. Meeting was the culmination '
"
A" with Lute and
M successful hearing at the April 22 of proposers by'a group of r Ttmayo
Felix caballeroleatvring
City Commission meeting. Negro citizens several weeks a.O' .
__. Isabela &Miguel
.=The Courier, Plant City that the City Council Institutea :
1 number of reforms that would **********************. J ***!r o i

I Lucky Briggs, winner of the $750 Improve living conditions In the ( I
set of hand tooled brass flat. colored section. JIMMY NELSON :L /

ware at First Federar Savings and Glades Observer, Pahokee
Loan Association's grand openIng with Danny O'Day I

a Isn't too sure he Is happy Madison County wheat farmers, &

about the prize. Lucky Is an In. voted a decisive 'No' (38 to 13)) to Company ,
dlan rhesus monkey. Owners, Mr. Agriculture Secretary Orvllle Free. '

and Mrs. Charles A. Briggs of man's wheat scheme proposal for
f
i' Haulover Canal, are tickled pink cash handouts to farmers In return *** ****** **** -a

at the Windfall. for their vote for strict pro. : : andisS
RALPH FIANAGAN
Star-Advocate, Titusville ductlon controls. Orchestra

.'Madison Enterprise-Recorder

A 'hawker' Is the only sales. .
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l lun to.Jun IB ..
man now aflowed 'In Mount Dora A couple of weeks ago the Girl TITO GUIZAR

without approval and licensing by Scouts learned a ralndance. After HENNY YOUNOMAN r
the Police Department. Council :: they'd practiced all afternoon, RALPH PLANAOAN A....Ore_.
members approved the substitution a reafly gully-washer gushed. Wednesday -,..--

of 'door to door salesman' for a couple of them got together r
\ sew v
the obsolete word 'hawker' and ran. through the dancea ClUB

Now It's up to some ambitious couple of times.. It began to I

; salesman to prove he Is hawker' sprinkle .
when asked for his city sales Frostproof News
man's permit. r
.. -Mount Dora Topic Matters between the City of I ALWAYS READYTO i

Opa-locka and Metropolitan Dade SERVE YOU

.,Beginning May 20, radio WZEP Co. government have reached a Gas Oil'Groceries
point where the former, 'would
Is carrying a regular Information NO COVER
program to further ,help and ac. unquestionably withdraw its diplomatic NO
quaint the publlo with the grow. representative at the Me. MINIMUM
tro court, If It had Sundries
1} Ing danger of afcohollsm.DeFuniak. one. Lacking
heraldS even an attache or consular offl.)
clal, the U. 8. Potst Office Department Auto' and Home re FRENCH

The Suncoast News nominates le handling matters- Supplies e> I REVUE

Guy Lombardo for the position of least In' behalf of Opa.locka, since j

p chairman of, the Park Board. Lom. return letters from Metro are 1 i ij
bardo has established his per. long and stow In coming. i; OSCAR

manent home. 'In Plqellas County-- -North Dade Hub j 6u fow i

has had years of experience In HERNANDEZ i CONTINUOUS !N(f 1C \ ,

park activities and development.. .. j 1502 E. BUFFALO AVE. ; 412 TAMPA ST.
la a close friend of Robert Moses e
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tlon as a park builder*. Moses has pARAdise I'll ___
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After nine long years" of foroed Dancing andentertainment

race mixing by the boys on the' 5:30P.M.iII 2,00 from A.M. Saturday Night ,(Dance; i

New Frontier, these fads are notable

1 minds''to that get something It through Is'liberal'wrong _' KawoUarx 'THE SKYLINERS' 9 P.'" M..til 12 P. M. I: The Brass Rail

with their lunatic thesis of hu. village "The Continentals". Midnite to 3 A. M. : CLUB -

man equality. These egg-headed -rawjJI lln tampa; .IUSTAUIAN -GIRLS .GIRLS
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Mejorado El
Avenida Armenia VIERNES, 31 DE MAYO DE 1963' Juan XXIII Papa I D@FUNCIOQdES

Un bandldo armado I j
7 dos c6nvplices Breathitt ObtuvoLa
verlflcaron un asalto y ro- ROMA Mayo 30. Uno de 'los SRA. JESUSA LOPEZ de 71 a.dos. de 72 afios, vecino del 709 W. Al-

bo en el establectmlento LH Gen Nominacion medicos del Papa Juan XXIII. Dr. vecina del 2101 W. Columbus fred, fallecld el lanes en un hospital

eral Store, situado en el 8317 Ave- En Kentucky Plero Maiionl, dljo anoche qua su Drive, fa11eci6 el martes de la se. de Tampa y au entterro tuvo
4 Santidad continfia mejorando. mans paaada en un hospital localy lugar et taWrcoles.
nlda Armenia, llevAndose $163. LOUISVILLE, K,.. Mayo 30. partiendo el
Los criminates amenazaron 7 a. El abogado Edward T. Breathitt, Las transfuslonea de sangre le su entlerro se efectuo' dos diasdespue's ( cortejo ftinebre de la Cap 111 a Riverside
ayudaron a sobrepasar la crisis partiendo al cortejo fane
taron la Jr. de Armando P. Boss, alas
a cajera, Gloria Ann una nueva flgura politlca en
del martes. bre de la capllla Riverside de Ar
Brewer, de 21 afios, vecina del Kentucky, pero que hizo una In. 4:00: de la tarde 'para el ce.
711 East"Flora. tensa campafia, derrotd al ex go- En el Vaticano se admlta Qua la mando P. Bon, a las 4:00 de la menterlo del C. Espafiol. Nacia en

Cuando ella lee habia vendldo bernador A. B. (Happy) Chandler enfermedad del Papa, que tiane tarde para el oemanterio Centro Cuba' y llevaba 50 afios de realdencia -
81 afios de edad es grave y que Asturiano Memorial. Nacl en Ea en Tampa. Le sobreviven
unos cigarrllloa 7 hacla funclonar en las elecciones celebradas el
exists la' poslbllldad de otra crisis. pafia y llevaba 52 silos de rest
su viuda, Sra. Carmen Caballero
la caja registradora! el que pare martes 7 ser& el candldato a go- ;
cia de mAe edad le duo que no se bernador por el partido Demo. dencia en Tampa. Deja dos hljos cuatro 'hljas. Sras. Irma Brock,
Joe y Albert' L6pes; una hija,
moviese porque al lo hacia la ma cratico en los comlclos del otofto.TendrA Gloria Petersen, Carmen Maes y
NEGROS DEMANDAN. Sra. Adela Fowler; tree hermanas, Dora Alvarez
laria.Desputa. de contrarlo al republi- ; un hljo Anthony
(Vlene de la Sras. Socorro Fernandez, Dolores
primera)
(Tony) Caballero
hermano
; un ,
le ataron las manor y cano Louie Nunn que tamblen el
los Horas antes la r..ma de la A Fernandez y Consuelo SuArei; un Aurelio Caballero 15 nletos. La
pies, dejandola en un cuarto abogado. y
soclaclon) Naclonal para el Ade- hermano, Ceferlno Mentndei; cua
famllla reclblA el
p6 de
same
del foado. Breathitt y Nunn tlenen la mis- sus
Ian to del Pueblo de Color, habia( tro nletos y tree blsnletos. Carga. amistades la funerarla.
en
jBform6 a las autoridades de losucedldo ma edad, 38 afios.
pedido la. protection de la pollcia ron el sarcSfago los Sres. Alvaro
el Sr. Mike Jackson, su U. 8. FAILURE... .
para efectuar la demostracidn.Frente Fernandez, Hlglnio Fernandez, Alberto SRA. MARIA GONZALEZ de U
pervisor de la compafila.
(Continued
from 12)
page a dos teatros de dondeno L6pes, Joe Ldpes Manuel afios de edad, resins del 1217% E.
leite only Russia stood to gain In
admlten negros tree mlnlstros Fernandez y Luis FernAndes. Columbus
Drive fallecld el sA-
MAESTROS DEL CON DADO" the rong run. That the masses of
episcopates sa mecclaron con los bado paiado en un hospital! lo.
(Vlene de la .
piglna 6) Cuba had taken up arms sin.ctrely
Joe Brown dos grupos, aconsejandoles calma. SRA. ANTONIA DIAZ, de 78 a. cal y su entlerro se verified el lu-
7 Joe Hill, TurkeyCreek against explotatlon and
Cantaban los negros: Liber tad, floe, vecina del 1005 Avenida 19 nee, partiendo el cortejo de la ca.
HIgh.Guenther had
poverty and that their appeal
Libertad. Todo el mundo qulere II. fallecld el viernes de la semana pllla de Lord y Fernandez, alai
Steffan, Wilson Junior fallen on deaf ears at the State
Hlph. Department. bertad.En pasada y su entlerro sa efectu6 el 4:00: de la tarde para el cemen-
los dos teatros cerraron las s&bado partiendo el cortejo de la terlo del Centro Efopaflol. Nacl6

taqulllas. capllla de Lord y Fernandez, a la en Bsrpafia y llevaba 50 aftos de

1:00: de la tarde, el resldencla
para cemen. en Tampa. Deja una
1963 Annual Recital
TENSION. .. terlo Centro Aaturlano Memorial 'hennana Sra. Magdalena Santles-

ELLA MAY (Vlena de 1a primers) Park. Nacl en Asturlas, Espafia. teban, y una tobrlna, Sra. Yolanda -
los exilados." y llevaba 62 aftos de resldencla en 8tigers. Cargaron el aarc fa-

School of the Dance' Los Estados Unldos aumentaran Tampa. Deja un hljo, Jose M. go los Ores. Ram6n Garcia, Roberto

la preslon de BUS esfuersos para Diaz; una sobrlna, Sra. Soledad Valdez Enrique Dorrego

Tonight, May 31, 8 P.M. prevenir loa ataques "de pegar y QonzAlei; una hermana Sra. A James Stlgers, Eddie OonzAlei y

CHAMBERLAIN HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM correr"" concentr&ndose en una po- malla Diego, en Espafia, y dos Roberto Valdes Jr. Rogo la. Camilla

Utica encamlnada a obtener la nletos Luis J. y Joseph L. Diaz que no sa mandaien tlor...
I Adults $1.00 Phone 877.2373 877-3785 retlrada de las tropas sorUtlcas y Rogd la familia que no se man
SUMMER ENROLLMENT IS NOW OPEN
convencer a los rusos "de que es- dasen flores. SRA. MARIA DIEZ, de 87 afios

tin apoyando una causa costosay de edad, vecina del 2911 calla 9.

perdlda." deJ6 de exlstlr el sAbado su en- f'
SR. SANTIAGO CABALLERO y
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uerro luvo mgar el tunes, sauen.
do el cortejo de la capllla' de Ar

IN PERSON mando P. Boia, la de Nebraska, alas

4:00: de la tarde, para el ce.

/3 menterlo Centro Eipaftol Memo
vs :ez+xeyq.: ?yA b' i
x 1 rial. Nacl6 en ylscaya Eapafia, y
"al vino a esta cludad hace 70 afios.
y'f3 Deja dos bliss Bras. Denlta Ca-

UFBRITUNTHE \ 4.'. S mero y Cella Var6n{ 8 hljos, Ra-

''u m6n, Fermin y Pedro Dias; 12
nletos y 20 blsnletos. Cargaron alsarcofago

los Sres. Ram6n Dies,

Fermin Dies Jr., Frank Var6n Jr..

NEWupmiHttsi Pedro Dies Jr., Alberto Dies y Ro
berto Die. La famllla reclb6' el

.y <. xy.a. pkaame de sue amtstades en lafunerarla.

LONG LEG PANTY ( ", !.;, 1

"Smooths away tummy bulges" '.'-:'::;.';; SR. MICHELANGELO MANIS.

CALCO, d'e 88 afios de edad, vecl-
( J ,j, \ no del 2316 calle Union, dej6 dee
: fj:.
LYCRA; is sold only =tatlr el sAbado pasado y su en.

tierro 0e efectuo1 el Junes, par.

at Much Higher Prices tlendo el cortajo de la iglasla ca.

tdllca San Jose, a las 9:30 A. M.,

LOOK HERE IT IS! para al cementerlo Colon Un rosario -
,
el
Ie rezi domingo a las

Appear 2 inches slimmer 8:00: de la noche, en la capllla RI.

without Diet or Exercise! verslde de Armando P; Bozi. Le
sobrevlven su esposa, Sra. Provltencla -

J. TO J d Manlscalco; dos hljas sefioras. .
Vlcenta Rutlgllano y Rosa
'His' NO MORE
'orcelll' ; una hermana ,Bra. Mary ..

DON'T TU6I Romanello; un hermano. Do-
DON'T FULL! menlco Manlicalco; dos nletos y
DON'T DONT STRAIN TWISTI! PULLING STRUGGLING cinco bisnietos. Cargaron el ear:6fago -

DON'T--_;STRUGCll N.... weighs 3 ounces or let : los Bre. Jim Vause Law
only
LORNE GREENE reuse Rutlgllano, Attlllo Pullara,
Robert L. Weekly Jr., Sam '(Doc)

99 Castellana y Sam ,C ,teUaoa.

4 .
I by ,LIDO COMPARAIU Ben Cartwright SRA. MARIA BARCIA de 66.*;,a.
70 *7.99 V ALUIZIP'
; \ I .by; Dvponl dos de edad vecina del 3101
1 teach, fallec6! el domlngo en"un

L ON INCHES TV Star of "Bonanza"APPEARING hospital local: y su entlerro sa

VANISH! verified al luues, partlendo el a*
i ZIP OFF!
I ; ompafiamiento da la Capllla RI.

r. | NO OVERWEIGHT LOOK! ersida de Armando p. BOla, alas
4:00: de la. tarde para el ce

I 1 So light as a feather! Tomorrow and Sunday 1 menterlo llevaba Colin.40 afios Naclo1 da en rasldencia Bspafia

I t! In 8 stzest "ESSr: SIZE CHART en Tattnpa. Deja nn hljo, Manuel

t a to as m suI June Barcia y dos nletos. Cargaron el
I 12,1963SIX
I Garr *544 27 s'11 31.32 3144 3s 35 27.3n.41q ,J arcofago; los Sres. Richard Bar.
I y Isr, $434 n x 3s N 41.13 454kI ss a s da, Armando Pedrero, Retnaldo
( Martinez Manuel Barcia Jasas

I I I N... :' i ..: GUNTERRITORY Lado ,,7 Fred Lado. Rogd',Ja famla -
t 1
jIf. t "" que no sa anvlasen flores.

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akdt c aNa a two o.M C D.e. to ar IoMt
E8TABLECIMIENTO DE r

Budget Lingerie -- 1st floor :1 BODEGA y SUNDRY
J .- ... Haclendo de $&.000 a f8,XX>
SOUTH DALE MABRY HIGHWAY mensuarea de negoclo. Alquller,
ON ROUTE 40 BETWEEN OCALA AND SILVER SPRINGS < mi "
BRIT-TON PLAZA 1100, Incluyendo lugar pars vi-
; i Florida's Newest Attraction, ,vlr.. Llama
"., Preele $ ,000. Plazoa. [ j
PHONE,836-1211 ., ( '"
One Admission Price
i Schustad, talefono. 229-9Mf. ,
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USE YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT :,ADULTS $2 Plus Tax ,- CHILDREN $1 "SCHULSTAD HUFFMAN INC.

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I AS WE HEARD I IT 1 ROLAND FRIDAY by AAANTEIGAContinued MAY 31, 1983




( from page 1)) mit was issued to Dunway Realty' city attorney, handled the case fo r torney's probing into the'' activities
4, Is rapidly organizing a top-flight Corp., Nate Delisi, President. the city. Rigau and Ficarrotta represented of the city council wet zoning mat-
campaign. At a meeting this week On July 27th, 1959,' just prior to> City Mowing, Inc. ters. Here are a few brief comments
t he named four campaign coordina- the city elections, a corporation per. On April 13th 1962, the City oi f f and observations.
tors. They are Joe Bua, Sales Mana- mit was issued to Sunray Investors, Tampa filed a "Notice of Hearing"' Political losers-most of the councilmen -
ger, Spicola Hardware; Dr. Joseph Inc., R. B. (Benny) Lane, president;; which was to be held for the purpose .. Paul Johnson, Mayor Lane,
Ferrandes; Joe Alfano, owner of Nate DeLisi, Secretary and Treas. of presenting its Motion to Pro. Sheriff Blackburn and the Tribune
Duchess Products Co.; Ralph Buch- urer. duce before Circuit Court Judge j Company.
man, CPA, who will also act as cam- On July 27th, 1959 (same day) John Germany on Tuesday, April I Guy Burnett and Nick Nucciohave
paign treasurer. another permit was issued to Sunray 24th, 1962. gained considerable respect for
y The 30 year-old vice president ofa Construction Co., Nate DeLisi, president Now' a strange thing developed at t; not getting involved.
Ybor City bank (we can't give and Benny Lane, Secretaryand that hearing. Here is how the "Or. The Tribune is in favor of the City
them a commercial plug) will open Treasurer.On der Granting Motion To Produce"was .' Council being investigated but is ap-
political headquarters at the old September 3, 1960, a year af- presented and signed by Judge! parently opposed to any investigation -
Walker Hood Furniture Co. buildingat ter Julian Lane was elected Mayor, Germany on April 24th. which might include Mayor Ju-
1417 Franklin Street. This va- a corporation permit was issued to "This cause coming on to be heard I t Han Lane.
cant property belongs to Mr. Gri- City Mowing, Inc., Nate Delisi, pres- upon Defendant's (Lane's Administration City Councilman Bill Myers last
maldi's father. ident. ) motion to produce, and 1 week stated that Paul Johnson was
He named Joe Granda, a baking This year in recent weeks, two counsel for Defendant withdrawing; just picking on Mayor Lane and that
company executive, chairman of the more corporations were formed. Both items 1, 2, 5 and 8 from said motion,,, it was political move to aid the
finance committee, to be assisted by have the same address at the ones the court having heard the argumentof sheriff.
Manuel Buchman, a well-known East listed above ((4005 West Hillsbor counsel for the respective parties i This week the agile Mr. Myers
Broadway merchant. ough Avenue) and Nate Delisi and and being fully informed in the i "flip-flopped" and boldly suggestedthat
Others who will play a leading Benny Lane are officers of these premises, it is thereupon, Ordered because of the many rumors
role in his ''campaign are: Bill Tid- corporations. One is an insurance and Adjudged that the Plaintiff shall being whispered about the Mayor's ;
well, boss of Spotless Cleaners; gro- company and the other is a "Family produce items 3, 4, 5 and 6 and 7 of office perhaps an investigation of
ceryman Angelo Castellano, Johnny Key Club", a development of a lake- said motion to produce at the time that high office would,be in order.
Castellano and Louis Almerico. side subdivision.The and place of taking deposition of We can see no reason why the
. resume of the above is that Nate Delisi, president of PlalnilffCorporation. 'Mayor would not welcome an investi-
Over 200 ladies met at a Nick Nate Delisi is an officer in all eight ." gation of his activities. We have no
Nuccio for Mayor luncheon at the corporations, located at the same When the City of Tampa, filed its information that the Mayor has
International Inn last week. Cam- address. motion to produce, the city attorneys been involved in any "mishandling"of
paign Chairman Tom McMullen saidit Here is the part that Lane's oppo- wanted all of the information they his office. Nor do we' believe that f n
was the biggest ladies' political sition will emphasize. Benny Lane is could get from Mr. Delisi in order, anyone has information that would
party he had ever attended. lie add- an officer in four of the five corporations we assume, to be better prepared to cast a shadow about his honesty.But .
ed that Nuccio would get strong or- formed since July 1959. defend the interests of the publicin since this is "harvest time",
ganized support from female ,voters The only one, he is not listed as beingin fighting against the demands by what with State Attorney Paul
this coming September. business with Mr. Delisi is the this private corporation, which Johnson, at this moment at least,
S '. City Mowing Corporation.Let's claims that the taxpayers, through 'on 'a fishing expedition,' offering in-
take''' a brief look at two action by the Lane administration, munity to anyone who will talk-
Tampa attorney Frank Ragano, other. highlights''' concerning City owes City Mowing, Inc close to $200- let's clear the air once and for 'all
who represents Jimmy Hoffa, the Mowing, Inc. that will delight the and note' with pride' that all city of-
Teamsters Union president, in the 000.Why ficials,. including the Mayor invitean
opposition of Mr. Lane. A contract did ,the city attorneys repre- .
local federal court, filed a petitionon made and entered into with the Cityof senting Mayor Lane suddenly change investigation., '
May 17th demanding a speedy Tampa (Julian Lane) and City their mind and demanded only par- The local dailies published the
trial dismissal of the mail fraud
or Delisi tial information from Mr. Delisi?
Mowing Inc. (Nate ) became names of local attorneys who passed
case pending against Hoffa. effective November 16th, 1960. Ten The most important informationthey
their bar examinations this week'inTallahassee.
Federal Judge Joseph Lieb granted weeks prior to this date Mr. Delisi, could have gotten from Mr. Missing was the name
Hoffa a hearing on June 6th. without invisible aid from Benny Delisi would have been listed under I
of who listedas
W.
Guy Spicola was
,
Here is what you can look for. Hoffa Lane, formed City Mowing, Inc., items 1, 2, 5 and 8. a Tallahassee resident. ." ,
ta will be present. A special attorney which of' course, means that he was On April 24th they decided the Mr. Spicola has been doing an excellent -
directly from the Attorney General'soffice apparently sure he would get the president of City Mowing, Inc. job as legal aide to the power-
in Washington will be here. contract from the city. should not give them this pertinent ful State Representative James
We believe Judge Lieb will set a Now here is a cute one. The "badones" information. You understand of Sweeney during the legislative ses-
trial date to begin. in. .September. (this is the definition for course, this information would have sion. He is the son of former Justice -
those who oppose the Tribune Com- been public property. of Peace Joseph Spicola.
For the last five or six years we pany and its political proteges) will Here again are the important
have made hundreds of predictionsand I shout loud and long about. items that the City of Tampa (Lane) Last week we mentioned four
have given you advanced and in- Mr. Delisi formed his City Mow- decided to turn a deaf ear to. Tampans who announced their
side information of events to come. ing Inc. on September 3rd. It was 1. Corporate minute book. candidacies for offices during the
We are naturally proud of the fact 'not until' October 11, 1960, five 2. Corporate 'stock book: (which, wieek. In our haste and careless
that an extremely high percentageof weeks later, that the City Council would tell who really owns stock in methods of doing things we forgotto
our predictions have been correct passed a resolution (No. 3206-D) authorizing the corporation. mention the'candidacy of P., Jo-
and that we have been right, in mostof and empowering the Mayor 5. All subsidiary ledgers. seph Rodrigez, well-known insur-
the advanced information we I of the City of Tampa to advertisefor 8. All correspondence related to anceman, who has in the past often
have passed on to you. In the next bids 'for the cutting and removalof the contract which is the subject of demonstrated his' strong vote getting -
two months we shall try to give you certain weeds, grass, and under- the above entitled cause. abilities.
an "insight" into what will be the 'brush declared to be a nuisance.So Again the question-Why doesn't His last venture into the political
issues and whd will be the "targets"in this means that Mr. Delisi not the City of Tampa want to know all ring was his unsuccessful bid a-
the rapidly approaching and "sureto only 'formed his grass cutting company it can about City Mowing, Inc.? gainst City Councilman, Bill Myers.Mr. .
be hot" mayoralty campaign. prior to getting the contract, Why did the city attorneys, all ofa Rodrigez was beaten by ''Mr.
Here are some of the names that but formed it even before the Mayor sudden, decide that all the information Myers in the second primary by' only
will be mentioned often by the op- had legal authorization to offer him they could have gotten from a few hundred votes.
ponents of Mayor Lane. Benny Lane, this lucrative (this will be proved ata Mr. Delisi was not important? What So far, Myers has drawn four :opponents -
Tony Gonzalo, "Shorty" Milian, Nate later date) business. knowledge is being kept from the They are L. B. McSwain,
Delisl, Jackson Logan, Chief Neil You may remember that so much public? Jr., A. T. Rollins, and Simon-
Brown and Fire Chief Ed Leavine. criticism was raised by the citizenry It may be that one of those "ras Schwartz and Mr. Rodrigez.
The political topics will be City ,about the high charges, etc., 'of this cals"' ,may ask state attorney Paul Dick Greco, Jr. who is opposing "
I Mowing\ Inc., liquor zoning, a lady's mowing company that Mayor, Lane ,Johnson to look into this matter City Councilman Fletcher Stribling
wrist watch, the Tony Gonzalo trial, ,was forced to call it quits after four 'while he is conducting his present will be out of the political wars, for
night club shakedowns, and one of :months'of operation. probe of the zoning''' activities of the two weeks. The candidate and his
the really hot ones, if properly developed City Mowing has since sued the city council. wife are in Miami with their !baby
will be the events surrounding -' I City for breach of contract and the . daughter who must: undergo'medical
the attempted purchase of land I case is pending in the courts. Scores of inches have been ,writtenby examination and possible surgery.
on the Bayshore' belonging to Dr. Now '''there is another feature involving the two dailies concerning the
Anthony Spoto.: the Lane Administrationand controversy involving the state at- 'Here ,is, a short note from Simon
There will be at least three other j City Mowing, Inc. Schwartz, MacDill Avenue iro ery-
"hot topics" which' we cannot men On April 13th, 1962 in a "MotionTo .WHAT' TO READ IN LA QACETA man, who will oppose City Councilman
tion at this time. :. :Produce" before the Circuit THIS WEEK !Bill Myers .in the September
Here'' is an advanced and brief ''Insight I Court, in Hillsborough County the Page 7Qdle:Anderson' 'Bay Briefs'. elections.
of how City Mowing, Inc., will t City';of Tampa'as a defendant asked Always easy to road. "In"" reference 'to .an item in your
be handled. by Lane's opponents in City}:Mowing,, Inc., to' produce for A weekly column by City; Judge Bob ,column of, May I7\h\ in La Gaceta l
August. 1 their inspection the following: Johnson and Jame Csfhoun'abouthst< ,concerning the withdrawal Melvin .' ".",
They will point out the following: 1. Corporate; minute book. fiappen In their 'courts.,, 'B. Smith as mycampaign treasurer,
There are eight corporations in Tam- 2. Corporate. 'stock book. Page Worfd-wlde. new photos with which was correct, I am happy to'report .
pa all having the same address 3. \Cash receipts and disburse- English and Spanish c.ptlon. .that..Mr."Smith (vice-pres.\ -
((4005 W. Hillsborough Avenue) anda J ments journal Tallahassee'. Powerful Conference Com, ,ternational Bank) has reconsideredand
common denominator in all'' the 4. General ledger., mlttee.I ,I will ,give official notice .ioext
corporations is Nate DeLisi. He Is 5.,All subsidiary ledgers. I Page 10-Allen Worries' column about Monday to' the City Election Board
z president or Treasurer of each. 6. All;financial statements 'for the Page 11-An 'Interesting and Informative Secretary appointing him and ''also
r Benny Lane, the Mayor's brother (calender or fiscal years of 1960 and article about the Cuban Problem, designating the International Bankas
is 'an official of five of these
corpor J 1961. by newsman Robert Starkle. my campaign depository
ations. 7. Federal. Income Tax Returnsfor
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