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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: July 19, 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: UF00028296:00341

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LA GACETA.ARO .




XL NUl\IERO 29 VIERNES 19 DE JULIO DE 1963. TAMPA FLORIDA CIO: 10 CE OS


Avance Hacia Un Acuerdo I LLEGARON TELEPHONE A UN Y Atftf tIf ALA{ Bm.'I

I
DETROIT Julio 16.-- ,os Obre.|:l

Sobre Las Pruebas Nucleares ca roe y de la Comunlcaciones Michigan Dell I &n*enable" gob uerri de


MOSCU Julio 18. En un CO-I 1-; Company llegaron a un sbxiProxMffeaJKste pale
elrMuJlflSfbupremo ha
municado conjunto dado anoche ala entrara en rigor un .. se eumpla la
Roland Manteiga que .
loa Eetados Unldos darara 38 meses.
publicldad, n y' el 'presidents
Joseph A. Beirne
la Uni6n Sovle'tlca e Inglaterra in- scabs de sollcltar del
forman que slguen progreaando en la Uni6n dUo que el que apruebe (eyes pa
HEARD ITA vIM de modelo
para
AS WE.
direcci6n de un acuerdo que par. I la Conatltueldn as cum-
empleados del Slsteraa
.
cialmente prohlbe las pruebas nu.cleares
week long carnival of political intrigue among mas- I Estados Unldos y el poderosos Int....... que
La notlch. fu* facilltada a los ters of the game culminated Wednesday afternoon at Loa obreros obtienen la terrible guerra ot-

corresponsales extranjeros lue ode a meeting of the newly created County Expressway Au- to de 20 centavos la que costA muchos miles de

una reunion de mil de tree boras thority. All members were present except one-County prlmeros, 14 meses y ., no extstsn ya.
en la que particlparon W. Ave- Commissioner Nick Nuccio was missing-his father had "es algo sin precedente predomlna la sensatet

cell Harriman envlado especialdel died the night before. toria( de las palabras del gobernador

President Kennedy Lord Now we can reveal the "inside power plays", the I vas en"I la Industrie de muy poco valen en

Hailsham, en representation del pressures, the jockeying of the politicos and the bonds clones. silos cuando Estados U- I

gobierno de Inglaterra y Andrei and ties that were honored and broken-all of these Un representante de >. m .rcha a la oabsza de lea
Oromyko ministro de negoclo ex- phases of politics which ultimately resulted in the various dUo que .el convenio democratlcos y tlene que

tranjeros de la Unl6n Sovletlca.Bl appointments by the'Expressway Authority.Due equltatiro.Bl lda" su actuao6n! en lus 80
..
documento que *e eat[ re- to pressures, haste, fear, vanity and lack of com- aumento en los a lo que predlca enfa-

dactando abarca las prueba de munications, the first meeting of the Authority ended ,nifica un promedlo de en Europe, Africa, la
tavos la hors loa
energia nuclear en la atmosfera. harshly with the election of County Commissioner Elbert en Latlna y parte de Asia.

en el espacio exterior bajo tierra Moore as Chairman. He was elected by a majority four meses con disposiclonee patabras que slguen las
brir la clausula de los .
y debajo del agua. -Commissioners Nuccio.( Rodriguez, Haynes and Moore. Dean Rusk, .1 Hus-
Tan pronto el acuerdo sea apro- His opponent State Road Member Warren Cason was 1984 y 1965.Pass sieeretarlo ds sstado, ante el
bado y puesto en vigor cr ese qua defeated. Supported; by the minority-Commissioner Ells ( a la ptgina ) I de Comerclo del Sena.

ae dtecutir&n otros Importante worth Simmons, Mayor Julian Lane and Mr. Cason. After .1! 9 de Julio:

problema, entre elloa Berlin y the first vote gave Mr. Moore the victory another vote Apoyan El ; debemos tratar. de

Laos. was taken. Moore received. all the votes except that of Mr. Del Pdte. la dlsorlmlnaclin poi

Existe tambien la posibilidad de Cason's. PILADEXFIA, Junto de ran, color, reflglon,
que personalmente conferenclen el The die was cast. Following appointments were to be American Newspaper para 'quo otros plenssn me-

Primer, mlnlatro ruso Nlklta Khru- won by the swift and the cunning, Deals were to be made gremio de los de nosotroe' sine porque ss

schev y el, Presidents Kennedy. and broken. Harmony was out of the question. una resolncion la con loe grandee

At the next meeting, before members were aware en apoyo del programs .. ,a los euales 'ssta dedl-
Hacia Georgia Iban( para asl*. of what.had happened highly regarded Carl Brorein had chos cirlles propuesto ) nuestra d.mocrltloa so.

tlr .al sepello de la 8ra. Kathleen been elected Executive.Secretary This swift and success- aldente Kennedy y en SI las rsalldadea en el

Sweat sue cufiados JamesC. ful move to hire the services Mr. Brorein had been en- plde al Congreso que fuesen lo quo debleran

Sweat y su,, esposa Beulah y gineered by the politically polished and clever Mr., Sim- demora. no t.ndrfamoe'pOl' que In.

V. H. Sweat y, su esposa Marjo mons, Chairman of the County Commissioners. His fine Se opone el gremio a la sobre nuestra Ima ... J
rl*., form had left the less experienced of the politicos gasping.One I slstematlca llamada en sf extran]., ."" ..
Cerca de Dunnellon en la ca member, asked questioning after I the meeting, '"who mo" 9 a todo | 13)I omC las cosai j."" ......0, t.L

rretera U. S. encontraron. un would,oppose a man of Mr. Brorein's ,caliber and prestige: rio al.. programa del ',.. n!.. ..I l! '.dticriminaoldn' It ,r\
camloh.rastra oar ado.,eon 60,* On the fringes; all.the Action: and appointments made bythe poy.Jae-..inMtracionee aq..'.''." :'h.,1'eiri. '",. -y. d' ', '4,,' .t

r .. 000 librae de 4t btch a'la" '*/""' \ Authority vibrated ,the "word" PILE TIG.... pot organisaciones .. e,estos sn "u..tr.-,.- ," '.
.,. do por Charlie Riddle, un clu.. The next name to jump forth into the arena was that "'n* ris esfuersos ,,'. .xtr."J...... Eat: 'nfes

dadano de raza negra.Calculo of the wealthy, influential and certainly a gentleman of egos derechos." .' tai dfecrlmfnaclon. .. A- ;'

mat el eh-5fer, chocs recognized prestige, Chester Ferguson. Legal advisor was En ei ultimo dim ia I ds los Estado. Unldos. La "

ron la* ruedas posterloree eon' the next plum. Mr. Cason's choice-Chester Ferguson-- scordd condenar a los n por raze, color,

la barandllla de un vladucto looked like a sure winner. Walt. State Senator Tom Whi- que le ban ruelto sue naclonalldad o de on.
saltaron las ruedas del rado Ix taker's voice is heard. He speaks to three Commissioners.They problem tribal, puede' ear. '' .noont,..

qulerdo, eorrleron a gran v.lo.cldad are Simmons Haynes and Moore., 114 inquires ''into Elogla el gremio a muehos p.r...."

hacla el coc\j ''en que via.Jaban the possibility of his law: partner, Ray T>4margo, being peri6dlcos en eI 1 Sur, rOt Estados Unldos son
los Sweats los que estlmados como el
1- (Continued on page 14) do a perder anuncloa
entl.rro la ds la demooracla '1'.r
Iban a un perdleron c6n ban escuchado la
to( lucha la lib...-
vlda. en por
i Evitada La HuelgaEn En Asturias No Voto. conclencias y apoyan la
jQu velocldad llevaria ef ca.ml /los derechos humanos y la
negro par Iguales
rastra cuando las ruedassaltaron La Industria El 80 Por CientoDe tunldades. ..... humana.'*

del eje al tropezar con- I Los Mineroo Fueron reelegldoa .p r... de nosotro qUI 1
Del Fosfato modelo, nlngftn mis
la barandllla ; MADRID. ,Julio U. Josl Soils .senstock d* New York el y
jPor qu' ,en la* carreterae. dtfFforlda En Plant City'ee evitd'una' huel-- Ruin ministro cargo de los indicates is; William Farson. de eumpllmlento ae nos pue
algunos eamlones". clrcu-, ."
1 ga en la Industria del! fosfato elpasado declare equl que muchostrabajadore ton Tlcepresldente
Ian a 60, W 70, mlllas : U"'It.* nusstro fraoaso en
y .
p lunes, cuando la Union Local no rotaron en Atu. Charles Perlik de Walhl que
gorse dond la, velocjdad! .estarestrlnglda I a la' altura de "u..-
cretarioteiorero.Aumentado
No 37 de Obreros QuimicosHeg6 rite y el pale vasco para elegirlos
.
45 55 mlllasTiTIenen '
a o proolamado.ldesleeson no
a un'' acuerdo con! la Smith. mayordomos de taller pero
Influenela do..*'
poderosa .toro
agrandados
Douglaj Co., Inc,; de; Coronet que los slndicatoi estlman que laelecclon El y ,' '
eamlonee ''
duefios ? recordarnos
los de los : m a no*
emplea 240 traba- ha lido, un Ixito por el
jPor quo foe camloneros no ..e.Justan' La industria numero de_ yotantei. Interns Por La ml..mol estas palabras d. +
a los Ifmlte d* velocl jadores. .' gran Declaration "To. ,'
Reserva
dad claramente fljado .n lasserrates Intervlno en' la soluci6n el me- LAS abstentions son atribul- los hombres. son creados 1
federal John' Kenney, de daa a la activa propaganda que WASHINGTON, Julio ''i
; quo el, estado pone en diador .* y dotados per su Ores
se hace contra Franco y al des- tarlfa de deecuento
carreteras Tampa.
las con clsrto dereohos Inalle j
contento de loa obreros por las quo se:carga a los I
"
..
plensan
y alguno que
f''j. ,, condiciones de trabajo mlembros ds la ReserTa, I'
los hombres exeeptuando
Tr
l0. ji' :4 ;: En A"tnrla los mlneros decJa.raron fad aumentada aysr de 3 que no son bianco'* ,
dos hnelgai el aiio pasado. to a 3 y un cuarto por
s Cerca de la mitad do los obre. auto de los bancos de la Mataron Horas

ros de una fundlcldn de hierro no D4bese el aumento De Que Fuera'' ,
Totaron y diceD quo el goblerno la Junta Federal de
I:. El Cadaver
no ha cum ldo las prom "" quo proposito de impedir
f t > ; recientemente hiclera. Ciea. obre- peor .n la balanea.de pa oficina del fiscal Paul John
t roe de una fabric sltuada en Zarauz nac6n.! en eats semana que

cores de la trontera, acor. Cast slmultaneamente, men medico del cadarer de
# (Pass a la paglna 2)) (Pass a la paglna ,(Pass a la paglna 13) t\Ii\


,. Protesta Contra la Interpretacion Dada


AI Embargo Por El ,Secretario DillonWASHINGTON I I


' Julio 16. En ro, Sr. Dillon, le diets. al embar. habano antes del embargo Imp ea.
ana carta dirigida al President go porque vlno a cattlgar a las to en 1982 Una peqoefta cantldad I
'+ Kennedy el. abogado William J. Tlctima del Primer Mlnistro Fidel de ese tabaco obtenido ante del

Barnard de"esta capital, califlca Castro, de Cuba, y pone en pellgro embargo, ha sido elaborado en cJ.1arJ'CN -
% # sobretarifas ( ) para est pals y' el ,
j de legal y, carente de equidad el )las negoclaclones que puros
embargo comerclal contra, Cuba arancelarias se verlflcan recto permanece en terclo 7 oaIdo
ofrecido 'en vents 'a loT fabricantes -
.P'J r k quo ha ocaslonado desempleo .onto en Eoropa ,
1 industria tabaealera de est* Barnard cita el caso 'd* nn ma* de Tamp; '. "M*.
(. 'Csnarisda'"qulenk Bl Departameftto" del'Teeoro.fcarehnsido
paU. .. tDrero1d.'Ja"r.la.;
huyo d I '.'plrmlttrila'-*tttrad**d*I I
Como abogado de Intereaei Imp 'I repreienu. que. /
J hablan PARECIDAS vlato.-antes Dos,candidates pero que'.a."Miss"parecen Universe como.1'que fueran nunca Jlma.. rtad re. j exportadoree,. ,Bar Cuba,despuea.de 4ne,;SIM''.ttbriea*i lo* dfarro*,o del tabaco .o' rttta;' l ,
Miami Beach. Fforlda. Ellas la bablan sldo eOD.rIaca4d. Coaprosiutanclales : pero aUPHio fanclonarlos del DePaw itf
guaa, eon compafleraa de cuarto en nard protests contra Interpre I'y t
son "Miss Brasll", Maria Vargas (derecha) y Mlss N.vada", taclon que .1 Secretarlo del Teao- caoildades d* tabaco ,( ''. to pigtiis 11). /, .\,,, !
t' Kathee Francis .n.. .n' ',

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Anuncio Su Candidatura A La ReeleccionEl LA GACETA PAGINA 2
VIERNE8, 19 DE JULIO DE 1963

Presidente Del AyuntamientoAcaba .,
< ;
i /; '
SocialesPEDIDA
.da ainunclar su Candida 1 a :rd, .' ,. ,.<, Notas
; '; 1*:' 1.
tnra a la reelecci6n como conce- No Seran CongeladosLos LA MANO DE LA

, Sal del Distrito 5, el Sr. Doug W. Fondos De ;:: 8RTA. VICTORIA J, NUTALL

. West, que lleva 10 afios en 81 1 ayun- Para el Sr. George Bonelll Jr.,
lo, dead hace 7 La Representacion
tamlento,. preside hljo del Sr. George Bonelll y Sra.
afios,y es Alcalde Pro 1'em. Cubana K M6nlca Castro, de Nueva York,

West nacl en Tampa, es' eaaa.dostfee WASHINGTON, Julio 16. El acaba de ser pedlda la mano de

6 hijos 7 deade hace 23afio Departamento de Estado exceptu6 la Srta. Victoria Jean Nuttall, ve-

I' reside con su Camilla ea el del embargo contra los ton dOl cu. clna del 3103 calla 18.

4307 'd'! )Ja calle 15. ,banos en eats pals, la semana pa- 4'x. En la escuela Jefferson se gra.du6 .

, Fue>eoclo y admlnistrador de la eada, el dlaero de la representacI6n la novla. Fu6 miembro de la.

t ferret'eria*Jituada en Nebraska y de Cuba en las Naclones Unl- i Rainbow Girls y consejera de la

0': Buffalo d"urante 28 afios.. En loa das que habla quedado afectado Evergreen Association.Bonelll '
'
'. dUmas tree afios ha renldo ope- por la medlda que congelara $33 N estudld en New York yes

1i 'ando su propla agenda de segui 000000. agrimensor al servicio de tans.

, |j JOB, como agente general de la Carlos Lechuga, delegado per. compafila neoyorquina. Sirvi6 tree

t\\f:;; |j National Insurance Company, en manente de Cuba, formul6 una silos en la Fuerza Area de la na-
Aquf 'aparece sf |Congreslsta e'm M. Gibbons, en su d..pacho-de
el. 4307 de la cello: 15. protesta ante U. Thant, seoretarlo c6n.Bonelll.
f' ( Es diacono de la Iglesia! Nebraska general de IM Naclones Unidas, y Washington, cuando le vlslto au patroclnado Phillip Hernandez. estudI6 en New York yes

Avenue Church of Christ y ha altos funclonarlos americanos dl- agrimensor al servicio de una
" NOMINADO PHILLIP HERNANDEZ POR
:, trabajado con otras iglesias, .con. Jeron que se habla cometldo un compafila neoyorquina. Slrvl6 tree

I. i. vencldo de que en la vida es necesarla error y que inmediataemnte serfs. EL REPRESENTANTE SAM GIBBONS silos en la Fuerza Aerea de la na-
' : la ayuda, de Dlos. subsanado.
WASHINGTON, Julio 17.-Phil. Lee Bender, hljo de los esposos cidn.
; "Durante ml primers campafta
Cuando Lechuga present6 al co-
Hernandez de los del 3109 Old- COMPROMETIDA EN
\ lip hljo esposoa Lee Bender, West
como candidate a concejal, prome- bro varies cheques en el Chemical .
Mario Hernindez, veclnos del 914 dens y Michael T. Hanst hljo MATRIMONIO LA
10 I' tl qne trabajaria para quo Tam Bank de New York, .e le dijo
Avenlda 33, en Tampa tub el prl. de los espoeos Donald L. Hanst. SRTA. ALVAREZ
mAl sobre el
pa tuviese puentes posible camblarselos.
; Asi que no era mer joven nomlnado por el Con. del 10129 White Treut Lane. Contraerin matrimonio el lo de
rlo Hillsborough. to bice y Luego el delegado cuba no dljo
greslsta dem6crata Sam M. Gibbons la Academia la .
Los dos Ingresaron en septlembre en iglesia Evangj.lica
desde entonces, ban conatruldo tono humoristico: Estamos II-
en
de Florida para estudlar en Naval de Annapolis. St. Paul, oflclando el Rev
i:'u'. los siguientes puentes: el de la teralmente sin dinero el la II.tuac16n .
y la Academia MlllUr de West AI escoger a Hernindez Hantt Plutarco Roa, la Srta. Yolanda Alvarez
cable 40 Paul Smith la ,Arenl.
en contlnoa mi esposa y yo
Holtslnger Point, donde ya se encuentra. y Bender, Gibbons cre6 "stan y el Sr. Daniel Alexander
Buffalo North
da en tendremoa deotarar ana huel.
que Otros dos tampefio fueron tam.bl60 dards" mlnlmos basados en prue- Davldenko, hljo de los espoaes
Boulevard, Carl Brorein, Maydell sentada en la cafeteria de las
1".1' Drive y Sllgh Avenue." Naclones ga Unidas." primeros nomlnados, Calvin bas y eflclencla escolar. Alexander Davldenko, de Gibson

:;I "Con orgullo dlgo que ha servldo ton.Ella
Asesinada Una Premiada Una la eacuelaJefferson
; como represeatante. de la se gradu6 en

;' cludad en el Urban, Renewal Committee Gaver Acusado Bella Camarera Novela De Rubio y esta empleada como

1:1,.:' y he partlcipado en la 'organlzac6n De Agresion ( Un hombre de rata ,negra, Samuel MADRID Julio 13 La novela j eecretarla minals. en Delfa Lines Ter

del Tampa Bay Re. Thomas, vecino del 1504' ca. "La Tristeza TamblSn Muere. ," escrlta -
Samuel Dick Kaver, de 40 shoe, El novlo se gradu6 en Long Island .
giorial Planning Council, como suvicepresldente. lie Lemon, encontrd el cadaver por Rodrigo Rubio obtuvo el
.'' es bus ado ''por la policla porque Nueva York, y en !la Unlversldad -
y ensangrentado de la Sra. Patricia premlo de 60,000 pesetas de la em-
individuos 'Que' estan del Sur de Florida
agredid dos
Consejo
"Como' miembro del Municipal Diana Donley, de 34 altos, una press editorial Plaza Jane's, que
la''General Telephone Es de Schlitz
o Ayuntamiento. he aervldo trabajando para empleado Joseph
solar de la publlcara.
camarera, en el parqueode
,
compafila declarada en Brewing Co.
en loa comitee Riverfront Development I coches del 222 de la call. 12 y Rubio gand el sIlo pasado el pre.
Downtown Redevelopment y hnelga.Gaver. mlo del Ateneo de Valladolid BODA PARA EL 4 DE AGOSTO
avls6 a la policla.! QUO hlio la con
'
Convention es un empleado de 14 a- El 4 de agosto unlran sue video
Hall, que realitan 1m- I Identification por tnedio de las 1mpresiones "La Feria," una novels corta.
portantes obras 'en el Frente del floe con la Telefonica, desde los dlgitales. en la iglesia Metodlsta de Bern
cables Lafayette dias'de la familla Brorein. Dole Heights, la Srta. Joseflna Nina
las
Rfo entre : y Tonic la, mujer 34 afios de edady NOMBRADA UNA NUEVA
' 'Oaraje Los golpeados se nombran Will LoPresto, hlja de la Sra. LillyLoPresto
Cave, en el, de Parqueo de la mataron a golpes asestadospor COMISION DE BARBEROS
Convention Karri, de 84 shoe, y Clarence viuda de LoPresto, ve.
varies pisoa en T Julio 15. El
y.. la cabeza, y la cara. VIla en TALLAHASSEE -
Hall." Carr de 65, y estaban reparando el 106H cane Curtli. gobernador Farris Bryant nombrd clna del 6825 cable 22, 7 el Sr.
... "Tamblin !. un cable en la Avenlda Florida Jack LoPresto, +hljo del Sr. y Sra.
he desarrollado sot Los vigilantes T, P. Kern y D. la semana pasada a s61s miembros
... ','i' I""'''' ." .jjdad' tD. tai" on tTu ci 6n :dei? nue- cuando Gaver entr6 en acc6n.LLBQARON L. Wright encontraron el cadAver de la ComU16n, de Barberos de Domenico Lo Presto, que fallecie-

r.1 \ 'to eoucla de la estattl6n4e pal boca abajo con todo el cuerpo Florida y 'el nombre del s ptlmolo ron hace algun tleinpo.
;: !clayaeala l construccltfn cSe sleteestaciones'del A UN. .. y la ropa cublertoa de' sangre.Criese dart a conocer dentro de po Ella y tl estudlaron en la escue-
I servlcio' de '.icen- (Vltne de la prlmara) que 'asetino( entr6 eel a cos dlaa!: *\ la'de''segunda ensefianza Hlllsbor.
dloe""Estoy! Las deducclones para penslones ion Dugfau.fi: i f'fBE
parqueo Los nombrados los senores
solar de a toils .veloclda'd -
reran rebajadas deade 50 canto
aborando) para que I. pot arroJ6 el cadaver y desaparecld Roscoe Roberson, de Gracevllle; CASARAN EL lo DE
construya ,una moderna piscina' de en Joe pagoa de seguro social llevando rumbo norte pot A. ''W. Green, de Gainesville; SEPTIEMBRE

natacion en Memorial Park, en el hasta 833 por clento. Una pen. la calle 1LPremio Ralph Rooks, de Crystal River; En la iglesia catdllca Nuestra

dlstrito que eatoy representando." si6n opcional para los sobrevivlen- Bill "Mlncey, de Cocoa; Richmond Sefiora del Perpetuo Socorro se

"He votado durante 10 shoe tea es creada., Jones de Bradenton, y Jeff Ragan, casaran el. 10 de septlembre, la
El costo del seguro de vide sera Para,
contra nuevas soma para vender de Sarasota bella sefiorita Thelma Jean DI
bebidas alcoholicas y continuare dlsminuldo de 50 centavos a 40 Alfonso Fraile Tres de epos, Roberson
Ragan Bone, hlja de los esposos Mike Di.
haciendolo." por cada 1000. MADRID, Julio 17. -:. El Ate- Mince/ fueron nombrados por un Bona, y el Sr. Antonio Lopez, Jr.,
"Mucbo me guataria reciblr o- Los ESneflclos! de muerte igualesa neo de Madrid le concedld a' Alfonso afio; Jones por dos shoe; Rooks hijo de la Sra. Isidore Torres, del

tra vez ne.troapoyo en las,elec- un afio de salaries ser&n paga- ,Fraile el Premio de la Cri- Pot tree afios y Green por cuatro. 1205 Avenlda 12 y del Sr. Antonio

clones de septlembre.) He nom- dos a los famlliares sobrevivlen. tics "entre aquellos artiatas que L6pez, de esta clndad.
bra'telorero de ml, campafia a tea de las personas retlradas.La SUBSCRIBE TO LA GACETA
expusleron sue obras en la Sala. (Pass a la paglna 13)
la Bra., Dorothy Kirby, aecreta.rla protecclon medics por part Prado."
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de ml oflcina de negocioa, y los de la compafila sera aumentadade Nacld Fraile en Marchena, 8evllla .

fondos seran \.deposltados en el $15,000 a '$20,000 para los em- y ezhibld sus obras en Wa

Banco internacional.'' pleados y de $3,600 a $5,000 para shington.EN SELF SERVICE
los obreroe que vuelvan a ser

Wilkinson Nombrado. emplesdos. A3TURIA3.._ f

Ayudante Del Pagan la empress. un adlclonal (VIene de la primers) SHOE STOfcE
25 por clento del costo del
seguro daron que nlnguno votase y aslb
Defensor Publico medico en! primal, en 19(5. notificaron.
ice FRANKLIN 3415 HENDERSON
8511 FLORIDA
E>1 Defensor Publico. Sr Joseph Los empleadoe reciblran ,tres Buscando una sands para el STREET BLVD. AVE.

Q. Spicola, Jr., nombr6 ,andante semanas de vacaciones deapufts de fiasco, el goblerno asegura que Downtown Tampa Open Dairy I Open Dally

,suyo.. para irabajar parts del' tlem. 10 afios de serviclos, 'a partir del votaron el 85 por clento de loa 8 Open HII l Mon.,9 P. A M.Frl. 9:30 9: A. P.M. to M. 9:30 9:A. M.P. to M.

po, al abogado Marcus A.. ,Wilkinson lo de enero de 1964. mlllones de trabaja or.., pero es.

m, con aueldo, de $6,600 snug Belrne estlma que el contrato to nadle lo cree. I 4411 NEBRASKA AVE. 1517 E. BROADWAY

lee le costara a la Michigan Bell, que La verdad es que .n cast todas Open Dally I Open Friday

: Wilkinson tlene 35 shoe de eda< tiene 15,000 empleados, 324,000.- las industrial del none de Espafta I 9 A M. to 9:30 P. M. Mil 9 P. M.

y .Spicola le conflara mAl de 150 000 y si se apllca a'todo el 'Slate- no votaron iota del 20 por

apelacionea hechas por personal ma Bell, 411000000. clento de los trabajadores.AVISO PARA SERORAS y SERORITAS

que fueron aentencladas aln que

tuvlesen abogado defeneor.Se iii .. ] ZAPATOS PARA

propone el Defensor Pdbllco

nombrar un segundo investlgador, VESTIR BIEN

antes del otofto, con sueido' de U,.

,800. Bones! Blancos! Charol!
Wilkinson se gradu6 en la es- Debido a dificultades en el serviciotelefonico
: cuela: de segunda ensefiansa Plant Rojos! Pasteles! Centenaresde

y en la Escuela de Leyes de la U* queremos informar a Estilos. Todos de Tacon Alto
niveraldad de Miami.:
? nuestros marchantes que aceptare-
DESDE NUESTROS YA REBAJADOS

Guernica ,Posee El mos ordenes por adelantado de modo PRECIOS DE 4.60 A 5.60 A

Mejor'Front r que podamos darles a ustedes el mss

Del Mundo rapido servicio.Yellow. I

MADRID, Julio 16. En Guer I 8O

nica Vlscaya, fu< Inaugurado ha. Cab Co. 2 V

ce pocos dial el mejor fronton del

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VIERNES, 19 DE JULIO DE 1963
Militarada De La America Latina Junta De De
Mllltar, tan
opresora
MEXICO, D. P.-Julio 15. La laclo presldenclal con tropaa y y antldemocratlca como la de Agentlna Billetes De $20 MusicaLa
gentualla mllttar de Ecuador des. tanques. Arosemeua Intento pacer qued6 constltulda, aac6 PARIS Julio 16. Nuere fal. Secretarla General de la:
tltuy6 el Ylernes de la semana reslstencla; pero despu6s se rin.' a reluclr el "disco" antl-comunl slflcadorea de bllletes de $20 de Untdn Panamerlcana, OEA Wa.
pasada al Presidents Carlos Aro- d6! "para eritar una matanza de ta y d6 a entender que el Prea loa Batadoa Unldos. mandada por I ahlngton, D. C., scabs de enrlar-
mena, Que era vlcepresldente clriles y soldados.; I dente destHuIdo ea un borracbo, Alfredo Barattlnl de 85 aloe, fae> noa doa nftmeroa del Boletin In-
cuando otro "atraco" militar le El pueblo organlzd una demos- pero que los usurpadores son aan ron arreatados en tree ciudade dEurope. teramericano de Maslca que a-
arrebat6 la presidencla al Dr. VeJaaco traction de protesta, pero los "chu- tos. I ., aegun la pollcla francesa. gradecemos.
Ibarra. popteros" unlformadoa la dlsol- Aroaemena fu< pueato en un aePasa En loa ultimos tree meaea paia. En la edlci6n de Mario bay un
Los "matarlfea" rodearon el pa. vleron. ] ( a la piglna 4) I ron una gran cantidad de eaon bl- notabllislmo articulo de Jullin
U tea. Orbon, reproducldo de la Refiata
------------
Los nuere eon lullanos. Tree del Conservatorlo de MOslca de
tueron apresados en Wiesbaden, Mexico, lltulado "Tradlcl6n y Orl- ,
Alemanla clnco en Bologna, Italia, glnalldad de la M&slca Hispano. I
N.Dlrllg y Barattlnl en Cannes, Francis americana" i t tEn
Antes de ear detenldo Barattlnl la de Mayo, Carlos Vega, el I
habta arrojado al mar un paquete muslcdlogo argentino, noa delei.
I R1\
con $100,000 en btlletea falslflca ta con "El Canto de loa Trorado. !

,'J" doe roe", una htstorla Integral de
la mflslca.Gracias.
.J I
: '\' Anulada Una damos a la Dlfl l<5n de
Musica de la Union Panamerlcana.Defunciones .
: Decision Del

'. !
Juez WhitehurstLa

.1 i,' Corte de Apelactonea del '
1 j: Qulnto Dlstrlto de loa EstadosUnldos 8R. VICTORIO BLANCO, de 73 :
4. scabs de anular una dec afios de edad, Teclno del 3407 caHe .
don! del Juei federal George W. 15, natural de Eapafia, que Heraba i,
Whitehurst, que hate doa silos Ie 63 aftos de residencia en
ordenara al director de dlatrlt Tampa, fallec6! el juerea de la ae.
del negoclado de Impuestos late- mana paaada en un hospital localy ,
TODD :TO1iS1ti #1 r, mores pagarle $12,368 a los espo au entlerro se verified el aibado,
IDS Ralph M. Marslcano, 12,353 a partlendo el cortejo) funebre de la
los W. D. Miller $12,358al capllla de Armando P. Bosa, la de
esposos y
Estos Precios Son Validos Hasta El Sahado, 20 de Julio
Dr. y Sra. H. E. Pontius, toe doprlmeros Nebraska, a las 10:00: de la ma-
RESERVADOS LOS DERECHOS DE CANTIDAD matrimonies resldente liana, para el cementerlo Centro
yIw de Tampa y el tercero de Cleu- Asturlano Memorial. Deja) a un
water. hijo, Jack Blanco; una hermana,
Ese dlnero se derolTld a eRS Sra. .Maria Lopes; un hermano,
.b personas porque establecleron un Joii Ramdn Blanco, y tree nletos.
Detergente plelto contra el goblerno, alegan La familla. rog6 que no se manda-
do que tea habian cobrado demit sen flores. :
l $74,152. Cargaron el scarcdfago loa Bras

Ape16 el goblerno y el tribunalde Armando Artal, Jose CarreAo,
BLANCO o AZUL ," apelaclones decid6! a su favor I I Claudio Santlesteban, Modesto Navarro .
Esos impueatoa se cobraron en Ramon MeUndes y Rolando

tre 1950 y 1953 por ganancias ,ob. Tornero. !
tenldas en la vents de 100 acres !
Tide Arrow de terreno en la tons de interbay! I f tI
Los tres matrlmonlos compraronel :
terreno de la Southwest Tampa
Storm Sewer Drainage District en
$9,800 y lo vendieron al cubano
Anselmo Alllegro, que era uno de
PAQUETE Joa aaoclados de Fulgenclo Batis .
49 29 ta, el ex presidents de Cuba, ell ,+* r ,

CGIGANTE 'C R $101,600. ." .-- *.'>\
Alllegro era uno de loa duefio
de la eubdlrision Anita y tambUn
de la subdivision Lincoln.
LAND O'SUNSHINEMantequilla f fit:

Congreso InterAmericano -
II
De
,
Fiscales !

WASHINGTON Julio 16. El
Fiscal General Robert F. Kennedy
anuncld la semana paaada que Nicholas
de B. Katzenback, Tenlente
Fiscal General, presldlra. la delegac6n .
de los Estados Unldoa Qua
POR Lib. 59C aaletlri l al tercer Congreao Inter. f I
__ ;\, Americano de Fiscales Generates
que se efectuarA en Mexico, D. F.,
entre loa dlas 13 y 20 de Julio.
Patroclna el Congreso el Presl
Superbrand, Suavemente CremoaoMantecado dente de Mexico, lion. Adolfo 1x5- ----------

pea Mateos. INTIRS SCMIPINALS-Amerlcan
Iran con el Tenlente Fiscal Kat- Blllle Jean Moffltt. Long
enbach los Sres. Henry D. Gonzalez Beach, Calif, grimaces as she
return a volley during her
Representante a la Camarae
Ingles tennis match with Bra-
la nation; Herbert J. Miller ill's Maria Bueno In the 77th
Jr., jete de la Division da lo Criminal All-England Tennis Cham-
del Departamento de JustL plonshlps at Wimbledon. Bil-
cia; Reynaldo Garza, Juez fede- lie, 19. defeated Miss Bueno.
the former 1999 and 1180
MEDio rat del Diatrlto de Texas; Sam Wimbledon champ 825".
2 Montoya, jues federal del Dlstrlto
GALONES $1.00 de Nuero Mexico; Manuel G6mez, PRUEBAS ELIMINATORIA8BIIU -
Jues de la torte municipal en Nue- Jean Moffltt. de Long
'VI York; Manuel M. Garcia, abo- Beach, California, aparece davolvlendo -
gado de Tampa, Florida; Raal fa bola durante au.par.
Castro, de Tucson, Arizona, juez tlda' de tenls contra 'la braalle-

Armour Star, Brazuelo (Shoulder) ode la Corte Superior, y Leo Sin- fla Maria Buano, durante el 77oevento
chez, juez de la torte municipalde anual efectuado en Wimbledon
De' Puerco, En Latas Los Angeles. 'Inglaterra. Bllila, de 19
N. Aplaudlmos que el Fiscal altos natural de Estados Unldos,
General de loa Eetados Unldoa bala Band for anotae6r| de 0-2, 7-8.
escogldo al popular abogado Maria Bueno fu4 campeona' en
: PICNICSLata tampefio Manuel M. Garcia para 1959 y I960. La Srts. Moffltt'Its
former parte de la delegation! queIr' go al Juego final, pore fu4 d rroUda. -
a la capital mezlcana. I:

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El Papa y Las Comunidades PoliticasDe LA GACETA PAGINA 4 I __ _
VIERNES, 19 DE JULIO DE 1963
la Encicllca de Juan XXnisobre "Sablamente ensefiA acerca de

'la. paz, destacamos esta parte eato Nuestro Predecesor de fells
Libro Impreso
referent a tae comunldades po. memoria, Pio XII: Un nuevo or-

litlcas en faae de desarrollo econ6. den tundado en las normas moral Por El Regimen

mico: ," prohlbe abtolntamente que De Franco

sean tetltmadas la llbertad, la In.tegridad .
comunidad de ortgen
"Dada la El ministro de Intormacl6n y tu-
de cristlana RedenclAn y de tin so- y la segurtdad de otra I rismo del regimen del generalisi-
naciones, cualesqulera quo sean I
vincula mutuamea-
: brenatural que mo Franco, Manuel Fraga Iribar-
\ b los hombres lot llamaa au extentlAn j su capacldad de defenderse. -
te a todos y tie, nos envia un libro de propaganda a
Y el bien resulta Inevitable
1\
cola famllla cristla-
format una de 290 piglnas titulado Es.
na, hemos exhortado en la Encicll- I que las grand potenclas, pafia. .

Maglstra" l lal Cojnunidadesi como dotadas de mis abnndantes
ca "Mater et a Contiene dates. sobre geografJa,
politlcas '1ecocn6mlca-: recursos y de mayor poder, de.
hlstorla y describe la tlraniafranquiita
termlnen las normas en su asoclact6n -
mente desarrolladas
mas a coope-
como II fu se el mejor
rat en multiples forma con las econ6mlca con naciones del }
gobierno de Europa"y hasta
J que eat n todavia en proceso de menores, a Batas, sin embargo, Id<< mundo.

r econ6mlco. mlsmo que a cualquiera otra no
, desarrollo Bonltas las lamlnas en colores.Cottosa .
se let puede coartar salvo el
"Reconocemos ahora, no sin
t la ImpreslAn.
blen,comun general, eu derecho de
. grande consirelo Nuestro, que tales Se le llama Cruzada de Llbe-
de
administrate llbremente, y
Invitaclonei recibleron amplla a- mantenerse neutrales frente a los ration a la traiclAn de Franco, que

co P cia, y confiamos en que seguirran fuera "protegida" con aviation y
confllctot entre otras naciones,
t ballando todavia mis plena a. '
; como lea corresponde eeg ln el de. tropas por dos monstruos que,

ceptac6n! : de tal modo que aun recho natural y el derecho de gen ya no exlsten, Adolfo Hitler y I DEL JUEGO DE LAS E8TRELLAS-Nellie Fox, del White Sox,

los pueblos m&s necealtadoa alcan. tea; e Igualmente pertenece a dl- Benito Mussolini.En i es "saeado fuera" en la primer entrada del Juego estelar efec-.

If: cen pronto un progreso ecO 6. chas naciones menores el derecho esta redacclAn admiramos y tuado en Cleveland, despue's de haber bateado Af Kallne en dl.

d!: mlco tal que ens clodadanos pue- de promover .u proplo deearrollo queremos a Espafta, pero no a i reccldn a Tommy Davis. Este lanzA a Ed Bailey de los Glgan-

,: dan llevar ana vlda mas conformecon econAmico. Es claro, en efecto, Franco y sus adl teres. tea, qulen reallz6 "doble Jugada." Willie Mays anot6 una can-e

la digaldad human. que sAlo respetando la integrldad ra forzada en la qulnta entrada contra Jim Bunning, del Detroit,

"Pero siempre ha de Inalstlrse de esos derecho
en que dlcha ayuda a esos pueblos tales naclonee menores puedan i. JOSE ANGEL BEIRQ ests del ffo, que es el 34o de esa fndole que se efectoa.

.e debe dar en forma que respete En la Prim era Iglesla Metodlsta,
el bien general
promover com !1 7
integramente su llbertad y lee de- juntamente la prosperldad de sutproplos de Lexington, Carolina del Norte, ES NECESARIA UNA MAS ENERGICA;:

je sentlr ,que, en eee mlsmo pro 181 Rer. Juliin A. Lindsey' wild en
ciudadanos tanto respectoa LEGISLACION EN CUANTO A
greso econAmlco y social, eon ellos los blenes xternos como en lo matrimonio, el vlernes 'de la se.

los prlmeros responsables 7 que atafie a la cultura y elevac6n mana pasada, a la Srta. Helen Marie LOS DERECHOS CIVILES

los principals artifices. esplrltual. Stokes, hlja de lo espoeos WASHINGTON, Julio 16. De. dlda es "vitalmente necesarla.
Thomas Dodda Stokes, de Lexington -
clarando ante el Comlte' de Comer- Vendrfa a remediar lo que es una

I I PROGRAMAS DE TELEVISION.. I hijo, de y al la Sr.Sra.Joseph Joseph Angel Guzman Belro, del, clo del Senado, Burke Marshall, injusticia y lo haria por aorma.

fiscal general aoxlliar; dUo la se- lea procedimieatos de ley con
2422 Carmen del Sr.Joseph Luis
CANAL IS 7:30: Rawhide. (R) y 'sAlldos conetltuclona
WTVT, : mana pasada que: se requiere mil prlnclplos

Domingo, Julio 21 8:30: -Ruta 66. (R) Beiro, de Bradenton. energica legislaclAn federal con lelt..
La novia tub dada en matrimonio
10:30 A. M. -"Una Conslderacl6n 9:80: Alfred 'Hitchcock. (R) tra la discrimination racial en las
por su padre. Fueron los pa.
del Pecado." 10:30: -Testigo Presenclal. comarcas donde el sentlr de supre-
Para La Base MacDillEl
drinos el Sr. Leonard T. Henry y
.
12:00: -Ted Mack 7 los 11:20-Checkmate: macia racial esta profundamente '
Sabado, Julio 27' la Sra. Thomas Dodds Stokes Jr. enralzado. Teniente Coronel
Aficionados. la de la
Integraron corte honor
12:&5-Belsbol. Indies de 9:00:: A. M.-Capitan Twin Kangaroo. Srta. Elaine Guzman, hermana del "La persuasion y la mediation DeLane' E. Anderson
1:00 Minnesota contraN.
) Cleveland contra Yankees. York Yankees; novio, y las Sras:"Erle B. Craven y ban sldo utilizadaa con algun 4il- NORFOLK, Va., Julio 16. El

a:Campeonato de Golf, 5:00 Rescate 8. Sidney E. Proctor Jr., y los Sres. to en varies ciudades; pero la Tenlente Coronet DeLane E. An.

desde Dallas, Texas. 7:00:: -Para Dectr La Verdad. Edward Carl Herranz Dr. Thomas persuasiAn no ha resuelto el pro- derson de ,la Fuerza A'rea, natlvo

8:80: -"El: Ultimo Hombre 8:80-Los- Defensores. (R) Dodds Stokes Jr., hermano de la blema en localidades donde todos de Woonsocket, S. Dakota, aca

Malo." 10:00 Guntmoke-) novia, y Sam Agliano. los establecimlentos menos uno ba de ser trasladado a la Base de
-
.. v 6:30-Blogratia de Edison 11:35-Pelicula.; "Strangerson La recepc6n se efeotuA en la quieren desegregar pero no pue- AviaclAn ,MacDill, en Tampa, lue-

t f 4}" .:1".".." \1ioo.t.M.t.: : : a Train." Iglesla. Partie ran en vlaje. de luna den hacerlo por el temor de dar go de graduarse en el Armed For..
'
". 7 1 30:.:::Dennis la menau.. de, midi para Nassau, en las ventaja a su competidor, que au- i ces Staff College..

I '8:00: -Ed Sullivan'con et Bahamas. Resldiran 'en St. 'Pei mentaria ,,.u marc)antes blancos Esitjivo tsometldo el Coronel An.

J Podrecca's Plccoll Quieren Eliminar A tersburg. : '), IT'"' por ser I lay'J execpclAn.." .\3 f' ti dersont'.' !} ? de 1a Ora. Alberta I...

Theatre, famosas Khrushchev Los "I no puede resolverse el pro. Anderson, de Woontocket y espo-

marlonetu. (R) Comunistas'' Chinos PLEITOS V DIVORCIOS blema en comunidades' en las cua. so de la Sra. Lucia Rubin, del 802

9:30: -O. E. Espla Comunlsta. Dance Joe Maynard contra Joseph lea es tan intenao el sentimien. East Genessee, en Tampa, a un

10:30: -What's My. Une. MOSCU. Julio 15. La "furlo- Perez, daftos y perjuicios; a.1 to racial "que la action volunta curio de cinco meses dedlcado a
11:45: -Pelicula. "That Forsyte a" delegaclAn de los chinos co- '*
bogados McDonald, Phillips y ria es Imposlble. planeamlento y empleo de laa

Woman. munistat, que se distingue por .u otros. Por lo tanto la legislaciAn pe- (Pus a la pArma 13))

Lunes, Julio 22 arrogancia 7 vlolencia, demanda .

Programas regularea de Lunes a la de tituci6n del primer ministroNlkita

Viernes hails las 6:45 P. M Kruschev a modo de precio.por

9:00: A. M_"Carga, de los la reconcillacl6n con el go-

Lanceros." blerno .sovletico.

7:00:: P. M_Pelicula. "Footsteps En los circulos dlplomaticos' ee

asegura que esa.condlc6n fue pre.
;,. In the Fog."
9:00 sentada por la delegaciAn China 7
: -Danny Thomas. (R)

9:30:: .-.-Andy Griffith. (R) rechazada' de piano porque encle-

10:00:: =:Password, programa rra la loca' pretenslAn de querer f

: Interesaote. gobernar a la Union Sovietica des t

10:30: -Mr. Lucky. "Hijacked. de Pekln.Espfirase.

11:20: =Roaring 20'n "Puntas deEspirrago. que loa delegados chinos

.." ae xnarchen de un momenta a

otro. AquI ban sldo caliticados de
Martes, Julio 23
hlpdcrltas. raclstas provocado.
9:00 A. M. 7
: -"Saliendo de JamNubes"
yea de guerra.
pellcula.
El gobierno sovietico acaba de
7:00: -Surf side "Question de
'. i, publicar una declaration! de 26,000
"'i Segundo:".
palabrae contra la poslci6n del regimen -
8:00: -Lloyd Bridges. (R) )
de Pekin, que ha coincldido
8:30: -Talent Scouts, con
con el arribo a Moacu de Avexell MhVY.
Merv Griffin.
Harriman enviado especial del
9:30: -Picture This,
Pretidente Kennedy, y el ministro
10:00-Keete: Braaselle con Lisa
ingles de asuntos clentficos. Lord
Martlnelll, Jules Mushin 7artlstas
Hallsham
regulares.
Caneado el gobierno ruso de to-
11:20: -Hong Kong "Suitable
lerar desaires e iinperlinencias) de .
For Training"
Mao y sut prlnclpalet cola orado.
:: Mtercotes, Julio 24
la ofenslva
tee, asume para evitar
9:00;: A. M.-"San'' Qulntln."
que China trate de dominar el eo.munlamo -
7:00:: Show de Lucia. (R) internaclonal y caer en

8:30-Dobie Gillis. la guerra.

9:00: -'Beverly Hillbillies. (R)
,
Una reunion final con la esperanca .
9:30: -Dick Van Dyke.
de llegar a un acuerdo. lo

10;00-"El Enemlgo Dentro.,"' que no pudo lograree, dur6 11 ho.
11:20: --Rlverboat. "About' Roger ras.

I Mowbray."

Jueves, Julio 25 OTRO ATROPELLO. .
9:00: A. M.-Seftora enDincaltades.
(Vlene de
la paglna 3)
.4'
.
roplano mllitar ecuatorlano ''y lie.
'. 7:00 P. M.
-Maverick. "Los'
vado
I '. a Panami.

I Rlvalei. Componen la Junta el coronet OId-world'smoothness' ,
8;00-Perry Mason. (R) Andres Arrata
"Jefe
de eetado
'
!, :" 9:00-The: Twilight Zone. (R) mayor de las fuerias armadas; new-worldlightness), .' .

. 10:00-Los Detectives. (R)
Coronel ,Segunda ,
Morocho. subae.
,. 1 I I. 11:20: =.C&ln'e Hundred. cretario de defensa national; ca- THE BEST OF, TWO WORLDSIN s

Vlernes., Julio 2t pUn de navlo RamAn Castro Ji- ONE GREAT BEER

9:00: A. M,-"El Nudo del J6n, Jefe de Ja marina'de guerra.
c : Yours at popular prices
Verdugo.
y tenlente coronet Guillermo Frelle -
; MParacaldlitas. ANHCWWll-eUKM. INC...St.Uuta.Vtt ......Las.......
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LETRA YUGOESLAVAS DE HOY Leoni Candidato PAGINA 5 LA QACETAVIERNES, 19 DE JULIO DE 1963 :
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Dialogo Con Miodrag Bulatovich A La Presidency I ... l.

Per ARMAND QASPARD tal intensidad que alcanta los II- De Venezuela ? ,
(Alain Bosquet, en Le Monde de mites del surrealismo. La riqueta CARACAS, Venezuela, Julio 16. I
Paris, afirmd que Mlodrag Bula- de esta tradlcI6n popular explica -El partido del Presldente R6 I
tovlch, autor de El Gallo Rojo, ea en parte el ixito del movimiento mulo Betancourt eacog(6( su can
uno de los scritores mas original surrealista en Yugoeslavia. En ml didato a la] presidencia de la republics 't fPwy
es de la postguerra. Con pala. pats[ hasta los campesinos son la semana pasada, y los I t
bras muy 'alogiosas saludd la traduccldn unos narradores prodlgiosos. 671 delegados unanlmementa.
del llbro, escrlto en serbo- Como en la Ore cia clasica, se ron por el Dr. Radl Leonl, que tie-
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croat, Claude Maurlac en Le Fi conserva en Yugoeslavla la tradi- ne 57 afioa.Detaneourt.
garo. Plaza-Janda, de Barcelona, don! de las canciones de Pita y habta recomendad
ofrecld la traduccidn espanola en :tie loa poemas liricos. Cuando no que el partido hlcleae una llsta de
1961. El afto pas ado la revlsta Pre- encuentro la metifora que buscoplenso candidates y que los lideres discus Mt"< e

vues de Paris publlcd en octubreLa en el modo como se expre- tlesen posibles aliados ante
Confession du Sonneur, extrac- saba ml madre analfabeta y el re- de hacer la seleccI6n final, pero nose
to de Le loup et la colche de Bu- sitl'iado: me parece mss portico hizo.
latovich. Durante la reciente es- flue todo to que yo podria escrlbir. Era la Intencl6n del President
tancia del autor de El Gallo Rojoen Este tesoro podtlco y de sabidu- que fuisen consultados los CrUtianos JI
Paris fut entrevlstado por Ar- rla ha16! su expresldn durante el Socialefl y el gt"upoeeI6n
zn&nd Gaspard de Prevues4nfor- pasado slglo en el obispo-princlpe' Venezolana 'Independlente. I
mations, director literario de la do Montenegro P tar Fetrovitch Leonl es uno de los fundadorEs! ,
Revue d'Athenes, colaborador: de NJegoch, que tub uno de los mas del partido Accic-n Democrat tk'a. !
la Gazette de Lauzanne y autor de grandes poetas europeos. Su va- que Betancourt fundara el] af n J

un reclente llbro Yugoeslavia, de I lia y su lama se deben sin duda 1941. ,1
"Editions Rencontre" en su colec- a haber lido un interpret de este Muy popular es Leoni con las ,
don "Atlas des Voyages," libro folklore auUntlco.Supongo coleotivldades obreras. Fu< electo
escrito con senslbllid&d, curiosi- que, edemas de esta Senador y en 1959 paleS a ser
dad human y novedad e ilustrado tradicldn oral secular, proced. presidents de la Camara. Cuando
con numerosas fotografiaa y gra- te de poetas lluitrados, deeconoCldos la oposlcl6n adqulrid mayoria, renunc6 .
bados. For el interns para los lee- y con genlo, acted se habra la presidencia.Creese .
;tores de El Mundo 'en Espafiol o- nutrldo: tamblln de literature es- que el apresuramlento en LUXURY UNERS UNOER-Seven luxury linen linger In New
la nominacidn compllcari aon York harbor just long enough to take on passengers In the
frecemos el reciente dialogo de crlta.
jCualTEvidentemente year's biggest tailing week. the Europe tourist season hits
Gaspard con Bulatovlch y que dea- earls falso] a- tits la sltuaci&n politlca. a mid-summer peak.Photo shows (bottom to top)t Independence -
cubre corrientes y aentlmientos firmer que solo he bebtdo en las La oposici6n parece recibir con (American Export Lines). Leonardo da Vinci (Italian
entre lo*'' Intelectuales'yugoes'I fuentes del folklore.:' Ml formacilnliteraria guito que Leoni sea su contrarlo. Line), Atlantic (American Export), Olympia (Greek Line),
en las venlderas elecciones. France (French Line), Queen Mary (Cunard) and "an"CltCeI1ambur.Atlantie
lavos de ho)".-3. D. P.) (que empez& a los diecl-
( Line). In addition, four Caribbean cruise
-jCual ea su formacl6n llterarla sels_ afios de edad, cuando aprendia linen will leave later in the week with 2,080 aboard for a
y artfitlear I leer ya escrlbir) debe tanto a la Pide El Gran DragonQueElK.K.K.Haga: grand total of 17 luxury liners sailing with 16,200 passengers.
-Ante todo, ml tradicl6n llterarla !Mteratura rusa como a la occi
AUMENTA EL TURI8MO-Slete navlos de lujo aparecen en la
arranca del folklore eslavo. dental. Como tantoa otros escritores -
Una DemostracionALBANY bahta de Nueva York en eats aemana, que es la de mayor auge
No el que se ofrece habitualmentea yo salt de la manga de Gogol;
turfstico def presents verano. Todos van hacla Europa. De aba-
los tuflstas, slno un folklore de (Pass a la pagina 7) GEORGIA, Julio 16_ ;
Jo hacla arrlba aparecen: "Independence" (d. American Export .
Calvin F. Craig, de Atlanta, Gran
Drag6n del Rhino de Georgia de Lines), "Leonardo de Vinci" (de I I.. Lines Itallana), -"At- ,.\
Klan Unldo de America, Caba- lantle" (Am. Exp. Line), "Olympia" (LInea Grlega), "France"
GREAT VALUE lleros de los K. K. K., habld aqu (Linea Franceaa), "Queen Mary" (Cunard Line) y ..H.n...- .
la semana pasada en un mitin al tic" (Hamburg-Atlantic Line). Ademas, posterlormente han de
300 sallr hacla el Carlbe cuatro navfos excurslonlstas con un total
MILD AND MELLOW que aststleron personas y se
verified fuera de la cludad. de 2040 paiajeros. En total son 17 los navfos que en sets se ,
mans turfstlca salon d. Nueva York con 18,200 pasajeroa.
50,000 blancoshagan ,
Craig pldld que

vannab,una Georgia demostracldn, el sabado en 20 Sa.de EL ARTE DE KANDINSKYPor i

\, M 1/F%/ Julio y Que se retorne a los prlnclplos Ramon Xurlguera BO despues de haber permanecldo
,, ti) de combate. II \ UUOB mesas en los alrededores d. )
MAimGL1.1' Aludlendo a la crisis racial en Hoy es facll dlscernir, a la lus Paris, ,M J poraue' << el _wwaoter; rational -)\
Savannah dljo "que el antidoto de la brlllante retroip ctlva quo de U, pintura francesa le con. ,
.:":...'--. &, para el veneno ea veneno.." pr4sena( el Mu.do'"Naclonal d.-A&le ( movla menos que el complejo expreslonlsmo -
MooRE Asegura qua en la demostracldn Moderno de Paris, como cur.to. del arte, germano.
,ss soossor, de Savannah tomaran parte ]los actor de Mondrlan, de Mat. El 4eseo de slmpliflcar, Kandin
miembros del Klan de Georgia ta, de Chagall y de Mlrd procedeno sky lo recib6! de Occldente, aun
MATTINOLY & MOORE = Carolina del Sur, Tennessee, Ala. se relacionan con el lenguaje que siempre en denodado debatecon

STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY bama y Florida. subjetivo de Ja obra de Kandinsky. el Intrlnoamlento eslavo. 81fraae
"Ahora, dUo, es el tlempo de ItJ hecbo do que, despue de vein I "hacinamlento ordenado",
volver a la raza y volver a poner te afios de .u muerte, la obra de que convien admlrablemente a auproducci6n
AGED FULL 5 YEARS I
$125AND esta lucba en el camino. El Klan Candlniky aparezca tan varlada y abstracts, define con

ONLY Half-Pint ha silo siempre una organlzaci6n resca, predlspone a aceptar que I fells exactitud, eats esfuerso ea
de combate, como pueden ustedea sue bases eran vivas y quo con pos de una oposlci6n conciliable.
comprobarlo pot .u historla.'' inuan seduciendo a despecho dea Bin la fe y la senslbilidad de Kan.dtasky .
----- ------ ] crisis que la pintura abstracts esia. sintesls' hublera obte-
parece anunciar en el horlzonte.Kandinsky nldo ajuttes menos laudables., Y I
intuyo la evoluci6nda ahl reside quiZ el aclerto de este
la plastlca de su epoca muy rtlsta: renovar sin desmentir 10
cerca de su propla fuente Y lo hi.zo beredado. Este innovador a qulen "
en gran part. como un Intelec- importunaba el objeto Iba en bus.'
byHi ual. La doiiflcaclon de instlnto yde i ca de una slgnificacl6n interior. >

reflexion que hay -en su plntu. "Cada epoc&' de Una clvlllzacidadice
j Ft
ra, ]lo atestigua. Lo mlimo que la en "De lo spiritual en el
cuff xis t4r ermonla de su colorldo revels su Arte-crea un arte' qu'e le es pro.
+ % ormacidn musical. plo y que Jamb volveri a renacer. ,
Irate 4 No es extraflo a BU acentuac6nrom&tica 'Tntentar hacer revivlr los
el conocimlento de laueva principles artisticos de los siglo
idea musical de su amigo pasados, no puede coaducir mac
Schonberg, DI ea ausente-de su acre a la produccldn dS'Obras I' nvcidaa
a su gusto ropensi6n al movlmlento el ya muertas."

ondo romantico-barroco del po- Kandinsky escribla! estaa linens
ularlsmo ruso, que nunca se desrendi6 en 1910. rue"ra 4poca en que co-
de su alma. noci a Franz Marc con qnlen or-
con carino Kandinsky pudo ear un srtlsta ,..n116 la prlmera exposition de"Dlaue

europeo, camblando su nacionali. Reifer. Beats 1944 a la
ISE Mr "s .
=== 7 dad rusa prlmero pot la alemana edad de 67 ano en que mur6 ea
.con IKENti y luego por ]la francesa. En el fon.do Paris, se esforsd en dar us tanciaplastlca
wMft{{ sub siempre un eslavo Y bay a este principio.Lo .
quo atrlbulr a este caracter per. hlso huyendo cads nil mu
manente la impresidn de mlsterio lejos del 'objeto.' Luego, sustituyia-
quo producen no pocas de *u. o- dolo con slgnoBPonlendo' en jue-
bras. Y aun es dable supooer que go las manchas e incorporand
.1 1 se residencies en Munich, inclu- (Pass a la >pagina> 7)

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NORMA Y. BOZA ton Drive. mar Fix, hljo de los esposos Omar ..

ROBERT G. KEE8LER Ella ae gradu6 en la eicuela de R. Fix, de Blngbamton, Nueva w

Unieron BUS vida -el sibado an. segunda enseftanza Htllsborough y York.

tepasado en la igleela catolica del del pub de bachlller en artea en La novia se gradu6 en Hillsbor

Sagrado Coraz6n, la bella Srta. la Unlversldad Florida State. ough y de 'tmchiller en clencla en .

Norma Y. Boza, hlja de los es Whaley se gradu6 en Hillabor. la Unlrersldad Florida State. Es

posos Gerald M Boza, veclnos del ough, donde se destac6 jugandoal maestra en la escuela Greco Junior :, t s tkf

}.k 2107 Lemon, y el Sr. Robert Ora. futbol y "basketball". I II High School.

ham Keesler, hljo de los esposos I la escuela
PEDIDA LA MANO DE LA Fix se gradu6 en
; i Eugene F. Keesler, de Maracaibo, SRTA. JO ANN. PUGLI8I Binghamton North Senior High v

k Venezuela. Para el Sr. Charles Anthony Gl- School y actualmente estudia en mot,
Oficid en la cremonla religlosa el St. Petersburg Junior College.
lent Jr. hljo de JOB esposoa Char-

el Padre Norman Rogge. lei Ollentl, recinos del 8612 May MATRIMONIOPara
PEDIDA EN
La novla fu< dada en matrlmo.
Circle, Acaba de ser pedida la ma. el Joven Robert ,L. Mullen, < -
padre,
nio por eu de la belts seftorlta Jo Ann
Integraron' la corte eft honor de no hljo de la Sra. Robert A. Mullen
Fuglial, hija de los esposoa Tony vluda del Dr. Mullen, residentsen
los novios, las Srtas. Mary Ester .
Pugllsl residentes en el 4405 A. la calle Estrella No. 3914, ha
Valid, Pat Fuasell, Norene Kessler -
Chantal Ruilova y las nlfias venlda Lynn. lido pedtda en matrimonio la Srta. Y x ai

Carmen Agflero y Jenllda Ruilova. Ella se gradu6 en la Es- Marian Marotta, hlja de los espo(

Se efectu la reception en 81 cuela Hlllsbotough, donde perte. sos Carmelo Marotta, del 2714

Palma Celt Golf and Country neclera al Pan American Club, Avenida N Albany.LA GREEK KINO AND QUEEN IN LONDON-Britain's Queen Eliza

Club. Thespians, Saberettes y fu4 una boda se efectuara, el 21 de beth II (In white) greets Queen Frederlka of Greece (at left)
Paul of Greece the
to King on
Princess Margaret curtseys
Pariieron hacla Miami y Nassau de las patrocinadoraa de R.O.T.C. ptlembre en la Iglesia cat611ca i as arrival of the visiting King and Queen at Victoria Station

+' en vlaje de luna demiel. Oilentl B. gradu6 tamblen en Cristo Rey. London. Standing In the background (L to r.) are Field Marshal -

.;. Formulamos votos por su fellcldad. Hillsborough y despuies en la Es- Ella es graduada de bachiller en Alexander, Prime Minister Harold Macmillan. ,Lord
I Home Henry Brooke, and Lord Poole. During the reception
i I cuela de Electrdnlca de Jackson clencla de la Unhrwsidad Florida
police guard to protect
its peacetime
Britain turned out largest
vllle. Slrre a la naclon en la Base 'State mis tarde obturo un gra. demonstrator broke
BODA PARA EL 17 DE AQO8TO y the visiting royalty. An angry woman
i Los esposos Carlo A. Ferlita, del Naval Aerea de Norfolk Virginia. do superior en ealubridad publlca through the bodyguard: and came within feet of royal coupl

en la Unlrersldad de Carolinadel LOS MONARCA8 GRIEGOS EN LONDRES-La relna Isabel
,n 1008 Avenida 24, acaban de anun- SE CA8ARAN EN AGOSTO
Norte. II de fa Gran Bretafia da la blenvenlda a la relna Federlca de
clarle a sue amlstades que su hl El 24 de Agosto contraeran ma-
:; ja Gloria Jean ss casari el 17 de trlmonio en la irlesia Metodlata Mullen se 'gradu6 en la Unlrer- Grecla (Izqulerda), mlentras la prlncesa Margarita saluda al

/K agosto, en la Iglesia Bautista New de Seminole Heights, la Srta. Jamie sided de Norte Dame y en em- rey Pablo, al llegar ambos a la estac6n! Victoria, en Londres.

I;:!I Orleans, con el Sr 'Ronald M. Frances Graziano, hlja de los pleado del Departamento de Sa- Al fondo (de Izqulerda a derecha): el marlscal de campo Ale.

/.:',J Whaley, hljo( de los esposoa Roy' eaposoa Sam F. Grailano, del 1401E. lubrldad ,del Condado Hlllsborojgh. xander, ef primer mlnlstro Harold Macmillan Lord Home, Hen.

f S. Whaley, veclnos del 1701 Johns. Comanche, y el Sr. Gerald Os. \ ry Brooke y Lord Poole. Hubo la mayor concentrac6n! de) vi.
gllanela para prot'eger a los monarcaa de Grecla. Una muter de
.
F fill: I Ante; El Cadaver De Julian Grimau I Asamblea De Los la multltud paid por entre los guardlas y HegA a 'poca dlstan." ;'.,..:,

SI el ,franqulsmo ha creido un franqulsmo. El franqulsmo de la Testigos De Jehova I cla de la pareja real.

solo insta&te que en nombre del guerra civil permanente constitu.ye En Nueva York
8E DESEA-Un agente de se. I "I" '" I'
,
hacerle tra- cads dia mis un cuerpo extra.
antlcomunlamo podia NUEVA YORK, Julio 15. Los experlencla. Requerl-,, I Emilio Echevarria, M. D.
gar al mundo\ el nuevo erlmen, se no un tumor purulento en.ma- de Jehova termlnaron ayer guros con
Teatigos
amblc6n! Anuncta la Apertura de
ha equlvocado de medlo a medio. dlo de ese m ndo., su convenc6n! de ocho diall l mot un Hombre con Oflclnas para la Practlca de

Esa carta pest[, ya archlgastada' fie nos vlene hablando macha.conamente" .- I en eats cludad, con aslstencia de agreslvldad y ansla de trabajar CIRUGIA EN GENERALEN
y no le slrve.. Le slrvld en 1936 sobre dodo de un largas horas. Potenclales altaa NO. 1 DAVIS BLVD.
125,000
el aangrlento atraco contra silo a eats parte, de la democratta !- persona gananclas. Para una city (lame a TELEFONO 2541401
para
t delegados, ademis de SOLAMDNTE POR CITA
Vlnleron Mr. Molrica el tel fono 877.
el pueblo wpaftol en medlo de una ion del regimen franqulsta. Y' por CONVENIDA
de Canada
los Estados Unldos,
crisis excepcional con un nazlfas- ei .lo clerto que todoa los elemen- 7605. I" I "'
America del Sur, America Central -
} cmo' a la, ofen,.lva 7' vrspari&do- t.M acomodatlcios. de' dentro y de

k se a la guest{ mundlal, con,un, sta ftaera, se'. ban dejado mecer per y Daises del Carlbe. I' . . . '.
rdcnlcameate' loa 'Testigos (onmfembros :
linlsmo en plena liquidation de ese mlto.::Nosotros, como bien ,a. 6 '
1 la Tower Bl BAIRD:
( de Watch "Nuevo"REFORMAS
, aus cuadros revoluclonarios a in. ben' miestros leotores, no. Se ha : :
ble Tract Society e Interpretaneatrlctamente
y
.ternaclonallstas, con Unas demo confundldo la Temocratlzacl(5n de '
t' cracias asustadas e incapaces loa estamentos b&slcoa de la socle- la 'fciblla. Mobile 'Homes : y : "

y buscando un trlste e Inutll reaf dad eapaftola, ansiosos de abrlrsa Cada xniembro es un "mlnlstro." REPARACIONESPlan :
Creen ellos la Batalla de Armageddon < Inc.
f:r piro en la capltulacion. Pero boy las puertas y las ventanas del que '{
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el mundo es otro: un mundo en mundo actual, con la democrat cuando el bien domlnara 6307 Nebraska Ave. I

't. I plena evolucion y en plena trans. saci6n del regimen. jAcaso pue. al mal, es inminente. LARGE SELECTIONOF I : de Financtamiento :;

'.. formacion. El mundo, pero no elLA de democratlzarse un totalltarlsmo El Estadlo de los Yankees faze

r- I sin perecer? I conrertldo 'en una enorme pleza I : Nada AI Contado :

," Podra pacer o timular que hace I floral. V e 1 n t e ampllficadorestransmltieron Mobile Homes : '
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,'. vonceslones de forma, de facha. los discursos y laxn&slca. .
i El fran l1l8mo vlene sus-tltuyen- da: conceslones efectlras. estruc. New and UsedAll : LLAME A : '

. do la im&gen compleja del frente turalea, no. Los oradores 'hablaron desdel1L\ Sizes All Floor Plans

'f/I republicano al que tuvo que atacaren For nuestra parts segulremos estrado levantado en la segunia. 81012.20 Wldes EDWARDSLumber :

, 1936, por la Imagen excluslva flexes al propdslto que nos hemos base. FROM $500 UP

' del partido comunlsta espa&ol y trasado. Sin dlscrlmlnacl6n, today Prepararon la comlda en un gar
I de la revolucidn desencadenada. las vtotimas del franqulsmo ten. Tale sftuado en la Avenlda Crom. A Floor Plan, Price and Co.:
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" i Del mlsmo modo sustltuye la Ima. dran derecho a nuestra. solldart- well y la calls 159, mil de 100 co. Size for every Fam ly need.

gen de una oposlclon compleja e dad. Sin espeeulaclones nl bando- clneros voluntarlos. .'Satisfied Customers Havo : North Rome en Fuller :

Ideol6gicament relaclonada con rias partidlstas. En nombre de la built business"
Uno de los oradores, Sr. Milton our :
el mundo Ilbre la de una opo. De Cia: 253.3491 :
por reconclllacl6n espaftola conslgo G. Henschel, dUo que, en 1933 los Shop In the cool of the evening

icion eicluslvamente inapirada en misma y con el mundo democratl- Testigos solamente contaban con OPEN TIL 9 P. M. : Despues de las 6:00 :
modelo lovleUco. De esta mane.
el co y llbre. Contrlbuyendo en loposihle 400 miembros en Nueva York. Aho. MONDAY THRU FRI :
ta .e quleren absolver los excesospasadoa I a superar el pasado y a ra tienen aqui 15,356 "mlnlatros.,' SAT. Sto6.SUN.itoI i 988.2654 :

y Juetiflcar la perdurac6n un' porvenlr Justo dig. Ii :
preparar y Loa miembros en los Estados PHONE 233.1631 CALCULOS GRATIS
,
de un sterna que no slrve para la I no. Unldos ahora con 308,000 y las . . 1I. ,

paz. Encerrada Espafia en el dale Julian Gorkin. En el "Boletln Informatiro congregaciones 4,708;' en 1939, los ---- -
ma entre la dlctadura reacclona- *' 41,009 lay con. I.
del Centro! de Documentaei6n miembros eran y

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expansion! del partido comunis 3R a BOTTLED BEER
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t letln informative." Paris, mayo [ -: MANUEL S. FERNANDEZ, Prop. :-
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VIERNES, 19 DE JULIO DE 1063 I AGINAITALiANA .




II Giubileo D'Oro Dei Dipartimento Del Lavoro

Si susseguono 1 Ie manlfestasio. per narclslsmo e eplrlto dl gratiaeovranna I che 1 SO() annl dl vita del Dipartl.

nl celebratlve del ClnquaalesimoAnnlversario ma pfd nolente che TO- mento del Lavoro cotncidono col

del Dlpartamenlo del lente, nelle prlmlsslme ore del 4 mezzo secolo del pie portentoso

:; Lavoro degll Stall Unit marzo 1913, Taft appose la sue BTlluppo economlco e clue degll

La creazlone del Dipartimento firma. TtMl Unlti.

del Lavoro venne declsa dal Con. Nel preambolo, la legge dice tra La pfd accanlta ostllita ails

.: gresso nel febbralo del 1913 no- 1'altro: creazlone del Dlpartamento era

'mostante 11 parere contrarlo dell' f/.lo SCOpe del Dlpartamentodel venuta dal partlto repubbllcano.

\y : allora Prealden.te William Howard Lavoro 4 dl patroclnare promuovere La stoltezza dl quella opposition

Tart 11 quale lo rlteneva "anor- e svlluppare II benessere la si pi6 rlcavare da queste parole

ma.le." 011 faceva eco perflno 11 del aalarlatl degll Stall Unltl!, dl dl un repubbllcano chef per la

"New York Times" che sentenila- mlgllorare le loro condlzlonl la- veriti, 4 state un ottlmo Segreta-

Ji va: "E un errore... senza raglone voratlve e dl facilitate 1 Ie occaslo. rio del Lavoro James P. Mitchell -

s. e aenza gluI zla." nl per 11 loro vantaggtoso 1m pie* : "Ora guardlamo al glo-
!
: SI temeva perci6 che 11! Presl go." rioso "record" dl devozlone e dl

dente avrebbe annullato la legge La prima manifestation celebraUva reallzzazloni Insorpassate nell'as.
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rlcorrlendo al veto. del 60.mo anniTersarlo si sUtensa e nella promozlone del
VICTIMA DE LOS COHETES
Samuel G o m per., Presl. tenne a Washington lo scorso 4 beneasere dgll uomlnl e delle don.
Michael de 7 afios, se
Mulyk, dente, e Frank Morrison Segre- marzo con 1'lntervento del Preil- ne del lavoro negll Stall Unltl.

slenta en una cams y reza por. tarlo dell'AFL, si presentarono alia dente Kennedy, del Vlce-Pres-! Glortoso pasaato, sit Ma questo
los medicos del St.
que Hospttaf Casa Blanca e chlesero al Pre- dent Johnson, dl George Meany, 4 appena 11 preludlo. Ora occorre
Mary of Nazareth de Chicago,
sldente dl flrmare 1'Atto appro- Presldente delal'AFL-CIO, del Se. guardare all'avvenlre, ed 4 Indub-
salvar vista. Michael
;puedan su unto dal Congreaso. Taft si rlflu- gretarlo del Lavoro, Prances Perkins blo che I'lmporlanta, le beneme.

sufr6! defies en sui cjos y que. td dl farlo In lore presenza. RI- James P. Mitchell e Arthur renze, 11 contrlbuto del Dipartl-

maduras de primer y aegundo I mase Irriduciblle fino a dopo la: Goldberg. mento del Lavoro nel prosslml cln-
grado cuando eaja de cohe.
una
mezzanoUe dl quel glorno vlglla II Presldente Kennedy, in quell' quant'annl rlsulteraono molllpll-
tee encontr6 frente a su casa -
que deir"Imauguratlon Day". Pol, pie occasslone, glustamente oaservava (rasa a la paglna 18)
le explot6 en la cara.

LA PACE I DIALOQO .
(Vlens de la paglna 5)I) ,
Pastor Negro En Una II Papa con una Immaglne lucid; La polltlca di solidarleta' reallz. Doslolewskl' es ml do-abuelo. Tam "

Congregation Blanca, e potente ha paragonato 1'ed 1fI- za un equlllbrio delle force In man- bib me seduclan Dabel, Pilnyak,
cio della pace' ala cupola dl Mi canza del quale la guerra Irrom. la 1
de Mgunda
TUCSON Arizona, Julio 15. y otros poetas rusos ,
chelangelo the poggla su quattro perebbe fatalm nte. Chi nell'Occi En camblo.
Ante la congregation de la iglesla decade de este slglo.
enorml pilastrl. dente ruole la pace, non pu6 chlu 9
Metodiata Tucson Pueblo Gardens, IUI suce or s, que he podldo leer j
I pilastrl But quail poggla 1'edt- dare gl occhi a qqueita realti
compuesta por personas de rata en aerblo o en ruso no ban ejercl- f
ae e blanca. pronunc6! su primer gen.men flclo della pace stabile, ha detto : n4 flngere dl non Tedere. do olnguna Influencla sobre ml.

la semana pasada, el Rev 11 Papa, Bono la rerlta, la glustlcla I popoll llberl dell'Occldente Creo Bin embargo haber deecublerto .

Wilbur Johnson que es de ran la llberta e la carlta. E questo non accettano la elnlstra alterna- el arte de escrlbtr en lot

(Pasa a la pagina 13)) eplega perch Veditlclo della pa. tlva: guerra o schlavltu. I popollllberl escrltores de Occldente, que let

ce oggl eta cosl[ fragile. Dove BO. dell'Occldente. In un Impeg.no asimlamo en serbo-croata: devori

EL ARTE DE KANDIN8KY... no gll Stall fofndatl sulla verlta, virile volta a salrare Ie possiblllta a l iBaltac, Stendhal y, como odes

(Vlene de la paglna 5) Bulla gtustltla, mile llberta, sulk dl evlluppo dl tutU i Talo los Jovenes estudlantes yugoesla

las lineas accedi6 a la geometric carlta Se guardlamo verso Bat rl umanl, resplngono 1'alternatU roe, los escrltores surreallstas. He

que luego fleilbllltd con resablospuperrealistas. vedlamo Stall! fondatl sulfa dlt- Ta odlosa she II eels llMpocrlto aprendldo la construcclon de la

Sin duds el alre de tatura e sulla negation della verltA llnguagglo pseudo paclflsta dl ,co-' irate en Flaubert y Albert Camua

Paris no era afeno a eats varla- 8 se guardlamo verso Ovest lara che gll Ingleal chlamano "unl- y la 4tlca de ute oltlmo conwtl.tuyd .

PARA MEJOR INFORMACION clan de perspective non troviamo certo molts carlta.Tuttavia laterallstl" ossla I tautorl del dl. para mi un poderoso estlmu.

gll uomlnl dl buona TOlonla Barmo unllaterale; dlsarmo unlla lante.
TELEFONO 24UtZI'I
non possono rlnuntlare al terale che aprlrebb le porte ails Los J6venes poetas yugoetlavoa \

Toro devote dl continuaNt a cos. tlrannlde egemonlca e non le chlu. MgulmoB con apatlonamlento la \

'I I iFRESCOSSIEMPRE III I trulre su baal phi ollde 1'edlflclo derebbe alia guerra perch4 cl la.ranno nueva litaratura occidental,' que t> .

0ausmzszMZH della pace.Outa aempre degll uomlnl probl 'entr llbromeate en ml pals, y co. )j J(
coraggloilprontl a dtf.ndere' 11 las Jlltlmas' creaciones' de ,
s ,,,,, Kp0rra.,6{ resa loglouneate e nocemos ,
WNCH'. ;. Imposslblle dal suo potere stermiaatore loro focolarl e 1 lore altarl.) la poesla francesa tan bun como

che ha varcato 1 limit! I popoll Ilberl' dcU'Occldente lea de nuestros proplos escrlto ,)!
i
dell'umano. Da ana guerra non e. vogliono la pace e la llberti e og res.

mergerebbe plu un mondo dl vln- gl 1 la pace e la llberta .1 dlfendonosi Leemo las revlstaa llterarlas
Tenga la Bondad De de dodo el mundo. Se lean obras 1
tI o dl vlncltorl ma un planeta e mantengono con I'equlllbrlo
Llaraar a tan ,herm4tlcas como las de Henri
apento In cui non resterebbe trac- delle forze.
DICK GRECO JR. MIohauz. En Yugoeslavla se tra-
cla alc'una dl Tlta. Ma per avvtarsi verso una sltua.
-: Para :- impos. dujo a Saint-John Perse call en*
Ma la loglcamente
guerra alone plu conforms agll Interesal
PINTURA Iblle pu6 tuttarla esplodere pol. generall dell'unranlta' la via maec- teramenle, clnco allot antes de

EFECTOS para PINTARy ch6 la preeenta delle stint nuclea- tra 6 qirella del dlsarmo slmulta. quo se le concedlese el premlo
Nobel es declr, mucho antes quo
rl Impllca questa posslblllta ter-
"D Jeme Recomendarlo neo e controllato. Ogni sforzo de.
en otros palses, que pawn por te-
rificante.
Un Plntor"Dlatribnidores ve ssere fatto per progredlre Inquests
slop us nlvel cultural mas eleva-
las Nella sttuazione attuale 11 mezto dlreilone e anohe se 11 pro-
de
do que el nuestro.Contlnuari.
efflcace per ,evltare la gu rra 4 grease 4 lento .' necesiarlo non
Pinturaa B. L. P. ( )
1'eqalllbrlo delle forze. Megllo una perdere la flducla perseverando
KING-GRECO HDW. CO
Porque Se pace precarta che una guerra stermlnatrice. con fervore e coraggio.
Tel toDo 248-1352 Rockefeller A Favor..
Ma megllo ancora sa.
L'altro mezzo 4 11 rafforzamento:
Hacen Aquf}, Calle 15 y 8a Avenida rebbe una pace stabile die ren- delle Nazionl Unite. Le Nazlonl De Un Vigoroso .

III I En Tampa dense automatlcam Impossi- Unite oggl non sono In grado dl Programa De :
bile la guerra. Quests pact stab Impedlre una Tlolazlone della !.*> .

--- le 6 la cupola michelanglolesca ge Internationale quando It vtolatore Derechoa Civiles

permlta que las HabllesEmbellecsdoraa che poggla lul quattro pllaitrl che 4 una grand potenza., Pur- NUEVA YORK, Julio IB. El

Preciosas 5ijitism: II de aono' la .yenta, la giustlzla, la II. troppo la storla dl quest ultlml gobernador republlcano de Nueva

EVELYN'SBEAUTY berth, la carlta. aanl lllustra tale mallnconlca II- York, Nelson Rockefeller, le pl.

Postales En EspanolPARA SALON II compito per git uomlnl dl tuazlon Ma anche qui occorre d6 la semana pasada a la Confe

Le Ayuden a RealzarSu buona TOlonU 4 Indlcato. Chi lot. non perdersl d'animo ed aver fe- rencla National de Oobernadores

"" TODAS LASOCASIONES BellezaNo ta per la verlta, per la carlta. per de nelle possibility dl resiplscenze que apruebe un vlgoroso progra-

: es necesarlo una clta la llberta. per la gluBtlzta, lotto salutarl a dl Initiative corag- ma de derectos clues para los

Antlclpada per la pace Tera. Chi lotta contro gloee. estados y la nacion con el tin de

? LIBRERIA ABIERTO EL VIERNES quest valor, anche se ha culls Occorre adoprarsl per dar at1 ellmlnar la dlscrlmlnacldn en los

,; PUMAR HASTA LAS 9:00 P. M. labbra la payola pace, porta con 1 Ie Nazlonl Unite lo strumento della lugare-s publicos de acomodamen!

TAMPA 06 i della to, Tlvlendas, escuelas, transports
\ EN WEST germ guerra. lore politics, rate a dire una
2014 Cable 15 clon y trabajo.
CYPRESS milltare internazlonale in
3223 Mentre 1'opera degll uomlnl dl tons
La Conferencla de Gobernadoresse
Thor City L 'J I buona volontA al reallzca nel mon. grado dl imporre a tutti! grand
rsunlrsi Miami Beach los
en
do, occorre Impedlre the I'lrrepa. e piccoli Statl, U rispetto. della leg. '
dlas 22, 23 y 24 de Julio.
rablle si compla, occorre tbanrarela ge e del diritti dell'uomo.Ef .
Eitimase quo la nueva proposU
Recuerde y Honre a loa Seres Queridos atrada alia guerra eta pure con un taroro dl cui non si Te. clon del Oobernador de Nuera
mss) 41 fortuna. dono ancora i modi dl ececuziooe
York tlende a dramatlzar las dl.
DesaparecidoVisite
Que Han Quest mezzl 1 InBoitltulbllt oggl ma un lavoro a cui gll Stall debbono *
ferenclss en Ire los democrat del
Nuestra Miignlfica ExhibfcI6n de Monument. sono la polltlca dl solldarieta tra prepararal con buona rolonti. -
Norte y los del Sur, ahora que el
Laurel St. West Tampa. to grand Nailonl democratlche .
B vedas y Mausoleos, En 2116 'Preildenta Kennedy preslona al
the at esprlme sul piano dlfenslro Ma tutte quests laborlose noblllfatlche .
Atendemos Tedas Las Ordenes Con Prontltud y Cortssts Cocgreso para mas fuerte legislaclon
Del Patto 'Atlantlco. II prosegnl- !
non daranno 1 fruttl rperasti en apoyo de los derechotcivile
mento tenses della politics per" IIdliarmo Ie i grande pllastrl deU'edlflcio *.

almulUneo e controllato, della pace: vera no torreggeranno Hay 24 goberoadores dem6cra4as .
son 11 rafforzamento delle NaslonI Volte. pifi sill nel mondo se la 11-
aempre y It republicanos y entre los

LflTTmtfLTft bertA, se la glustlila." se la carlta.se democrats tres gobernadoren de

la verita non trlonferanno clappertut10 territories y Mnfioz Marin el popular

per la gloria di un umanita gobernador de Puerto RIco.
AVALON HOSPITALFOR I
NYM TasI _
ANIMALSFormerly sottratta per sempre allMn. SerA, dlscutida inns recome'ndvci6n '

sn.y lltratltRenaet Morgan tuba delta gu rra: 'aterminatriceprotesa e del A comit6 ejecotlrodo' nue.ye" .
mlembros requlriendo unanl.midaoV .
Veterinary Cllnlo I
verso no .operoso ,sirenre !.
.' de las dos-terce
Tel fono 255- 281 DR. D. E. WARD, D.v.M.1 dl erenlta e.di pact, en lugsr las resolucloneeeaa
ras, I para qus
6603 Ffa. Ave. Ph..a1w91
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More Veterans hi FRIDAY JULY 19, 1963 PAGE 8 LA GACETA
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Cracker Florida Assisted By I .

Politics I Department Of ___ h' h__"

I By ALLEN MORRIS
I ... Veterans AffairsST.
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I i I TALLAHASSEE Anyone need in the first week of the '(1 session PETERSBURG.. T. Dixon -

i a second-hand House Speaker, and essentially on the basis State Service Officer, announces -
warranted sound of wind and of pledges given Home by members that from a report compiled
limb of the '59 House Thus, in by the House Committee on
A flaw in the' Florida system of practicality, the '61 session's first Veterans Affairs 88th U. S. Con.
making the House Speakershlp termers had little to say about the gross, that the Florida Department
(and senate Presidency. ) a stepping selection which happened ta of Veterans Affairs representsmore o,
stone either up or out- be an excellent one and the veterans percentage wise
rather than a permanent base Is '63 freshmen none. than any other single agency in
dramatized by the situation of 38- Similarly, the '65 Speaker has the nation.
year-old Mallory Home. been designated already. (he' E. This is a state agency e8tab'l >: v :<

Horne was acclaimed the "most C. Rowell of Wildwood), and one lished to assist former, presentand
valuable" member of the '63 of the three avowed aspirants for future members of i ;
House, In polls both of legislators the place In '67 claims enough forces of the United States and, .i.:\K', i.r ;.t.kY
and newsmen, yet today Speaker pledges now (that's George G. their dependents, cooperating with
Stone of Walnut Hill Post and Service Officer
Home has nowhere to go but out ) County yY t ; . of government, at least for the Tallahassee's Mallory Home retires on a local level, in securing any q; /F{ .,t
( time being.It from government at the pinnacle benefits or privileges to which) -g :

would seem, particularly in of his House career, with they are or may become entitled
the evolution of the House of Rep. the applause of both colleaguesand under any Federal or State law or

resenfatives as a two-party body, press for his legislative ser. regulation.
that an argument could be made vice. Leon loses one of its twd The Department's goal is to render p

for preserving the one-Job train- seats in the apportionment which maximum service to the great. j

ing gained by a' Speaker. drops the House membership from est number possible that its legal
The Speaker hlp I Is far from .beIng 125 to 112. In advocating this for- and financial limitations will per- _
a ceremonial office, for the mula, Home bad said he would mit The responsibilities'' of the
Speaker has much to do with determining not be a candidate for reelection, Department Include assistance to
r..
a I the character of a par thus simplifying the problem' foe all l veterans, their widows and dependents

: tlcular session. If he' be strong, his colleague Richard O. Mitch. in preparing and devel.
the House will be strong, too 'ell oping claims for and. securing by "
ADd assert its position in the For a time, it seemed ,that' Home personal representation such com.

t", scheme of government. might be a candidate for gover pensation, hospitalization, vocational -
I i I" In many states, and in the U. S. nor next year. Nearly every Speaker training, insurance and any v'r'' 31

a i' Congress, th'e' presiding officer oft gets enough real and pretended other benefits or privileges to
MAYOR FUES TO STRICKEN SON-New York Mayor Robert
12 the House can be re-elected sot flattery up to the moment of sine which said person I is or may :be-
Wagner visits his son Robert Jr., 19, at the American Hospital
., long .at this party remains in the die adjournment to encourage come entitled /by reason of their in Paris. The youth a Harvard graduate working in the
majority and its members want thoughts of stepping up from No. service in the firmed forces of the French capital for the summer, underwent surgery. : for a ruptured v
him to serve., 3 In the gubernatorial succession.And United States. appendix and was suffering from a mild case of pert.
i tonitis. A hospital spokesman said his condition
I I .But the Florida system is rigged too, enough succeeded td The report reflects that 707,000war is satisfactory

;' to pass around the Speakershlp. Justify >these dreams. veterans now permanently reside r _.
Farris Bryant had been a Speak. in Florida and 63.7 use state 1 -
Not since the sessions of 1915-
1917, before the present system er, and so had Dan McCarty, agency to prosecute their claims

came into being, has a Speaker Cary A. Hardee, Albert W. Oil before the veterans administra THINK OF ME!
christ and William S. Jennings of tion.
afterwads GOT.
Iferdee
(Gary AI*
this century's Governors. Dixon and his staff of 31 assist
ernor) served in consecutive' ses.ions' r. WHEN YOU
Rested in the aster ants, stationed in the headquarters
and only once since then : by days sun -
closing out affairs of the '83 office of the Veterans 'Administration "
Thomas
has a Speaker repeated ( WANT GOOD, MEAT
D.: feeasley, 'now a Circuit Judge, session, Mal Home sat well past a! Regional Office, St.
v In1947; and 1959)). recent midnight with a friend and Petersburg; Coral Gables VA Hospital Simon Schwartz'Food Mart
'I' 'ProUeta: e.re'often voiced{ privately weighed these elements in reach. Miami; Bay Pines VA Hos.pltal .

against' : the Florida systemof ing decision, against further St. Petersburg; Lake City 4004 S. MacDiIt.Ave.. .
picking legislative leaders; lathe immediate political activity: VA Hospital, Lake City and the i
i House; these are usually directed 1. After devoting three years to Itinerant Field Service represent ? + 4 Phone 831.6021
against the years-ahead the pursuit of and administrationof veterans, their widows, orphaned
1 timing rather than the one-turn I the Speakershlp, he, is needed at children and dependent parents THE BEST MEATS IN TAMPANEW

: custom. The advance selection a.1 home, where there are two sons to from Key West to the Pan Handleon ; .
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,, a practical matter, shuts out raise. a regional and national office ___._ ... _' ___'_ I
t freshmen classes of Democrats 2. Once president of the Junior level.
members. Bar, he covets the esteem of his Dixon said, 'We have tried to
+ The Republicans are a factor at brethren which might come render a service to Florida folks MANAGEMENTNEW

,: present only in the negative sense through private practice and pro. second to none in the nation. POLICY i
J. that coming as most of them do fessional service 3. His image as However, what concerns me most

from urban counties, they' reduce .& highly successful presiding officer is this report also shows that The Palms Steak, House
$ the pool of big-county votes from would grow if not blurred by 27.8 per cent of our Florida veterans -
f which the Democratic aspirant race now for another public do not have any of the nationally (Formerly Jake Walker's Chlcken'N Chips)
NOW OWNED BY'' JOE AND HELEN BEDAMI
tlli for the Speakershlp may draw. office. I chartered veterans organizations
That fact increases the dependence ... ,H should not support any representing them on their 1032 E. Hillsborough Avenue
of those aspirants upon_ rural candidate for governor. claims, which Is .a shame! when
I'I'I R votes. And the plums of commit. ,But don't expect him to drop this service is so beneficial and is SPECIALIZING IN STEAKS and I IIII
: tee assignments inevitably go to from sight. As Mallory' Home 'offered free.Needless '\ SPANISH and ITALIAN DISHES

j the Speaker's supporters said,:. '"It's against my nature to to say that we are
I (t For example, as .to timing, the draw up Into a shell and cover proud of, our, record a;. reflected NEW PHONE 238-2121

I II: j '61 House designated Home .as myself with a blanket of memo (Continued on page 12))
II { the '63 Speaker But this was done ''r e..*'


I ;JI! Florida Democratic Women's Chief LEGAL. OF INTENTION NOTICESNOTICE TO How To, Get

1 ; I.. Married The PartyFrom REGISTER FICTITIOUS ,
( The Jacksonville Journal) Democratic executive committeeand TRADE NAME
When Mr;. Annette Baker said the steering committee; and Notice is hereby given that the LA GACETA
"I :do," she married a political Justice of the Peace Dorcas Drake undersigned Ralph and Edelmlro
party: chairman of the City Democratic Reyes, Intend to register the flc.

"I married Mr. Democrat of Executive: committee. tltlous trade name, Maria Restaurant -
clearwater," she said, explain Most women Join political clubs with the Clerk of the Circuit Delivered to Your

lug her present position as president because they realize what can be Court, JIm.borough County, Flor.
of the State Democratic Wo. accomplished by a vote and they Ida, pursuant to Sec. 856.90 Flor.
Home OfficeTHE
men's Club. want to do more than' "Just sit Ida Statutes, 1953. That the undersigned or
Her husband attorney Robert at home' and gripe she said. Intend to engage in business -

Warren Baker, comes from a long "The club provides a political at 3671 Weatshore Blvd., Ideal way to -t'LA GACETA Is by convenient mall
line of staunch Democrats and his education and encourages the Tampa Florida. Dated this 4th day ,delivery. You're sure of prompt regular receipt of your
II l
slater Mary Lou was .the first wo. members to visit conventions and of July, 1963 Ralph' and Bldelmlro newspaper every Friday when the postman delivers your
man elected to the Florida Legis suggest ways and means they can Reyes, co-owners. mall.
lature. raise money to do so.
The coupon below Is all you need to start your strvlce.. Fill
Mrs. Baker quickly, caught the "Most of the women become NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
It out and mall It today. Please enclose check.
spirit and is enthusiastic
now
party
Just as aware of what' going on REGISTER FICTITIOUS
about the political activities of .as the leading politician" TRADE NAME
the .000 women Democrats she Thy also' work for the Demo Notice is hereby given that the __......._,.._.._..________.r;

heads. cratic candidates and make their undersigned. Steve Gugglno in. LA GACETA Ii n" .. ....... "'f.,
In Jacksonville this weekend ,ts> presence known when bills they tends to register the fictitious '1.f '
I 5536 "
P. o. Box f'ft '
1 :: f A
; attend the convention of the Bus.. favor or oppose come up in the' trade name. Fidelity Realty with ..j
Florida ,
i ness and Professional Women's legislature or Congress. the Clerk of the Circlet Court. Tampa I. ,

organization at the Robert Meyer 'Many years ago a woman voter Hlllsborongh i 'County.. Fla. pursuant Start mailing. the,'nexir5.2 'fssues f..LA. GACETA to

Hotel, she also met with Mrs. may often have been influenced to Sec., 856.80. Fla Statutes, the address' betow''at-the rate ,.of. ,$6.00 for 52. issues
Fred T. Nooney, vice president for by a man's physical appearance 1953. That the undersigned intends ,,-. ," ', .. .

the :lad Congressional District but today they look into to. engage in business at Name . . . . . . . . . . .
,
Democratic Women:. Mrs..Cora Allen his character background and personality 1212 No. Howard Ave, Tampa, :
Address . i. ... . .r.'. ,
president of the Duval County .h..a.td. FloridDated:, this,,!oath day: o|

.:;, club: ; Mrs. Sarah Stoudenmlre, s "And I don't think they get June .:.IIM-.v,,Steve,,.Ou$ no..., ,Sola ,.CJtt( a.'. e .... ... ..... ee ,. ". .... ,. ,. Phone. .. ... e,' .
member of the city and county (Continued on page 12) ,owner., I r

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I LA GACETA PAGE I RADIO COMMENTATOR ATTACKS
FRIDAY JULY 19, 1963
TRIBUNE'S 'YELLOW JOURNALISM'
Law Inforcement
WDAE's Roger Bennett Says Tribune's
Academy ProposedBy
Sec. Of State Frontpage Libelous Headline Against

/ Tom Adams Commissioner Nuccio 'Below The Belt'

TALLAHASSEE-Secretary of These comments were made on WDAE last Thursday
State Tom Adams has called: for afternoon, July llth.
1 -
W! -: the establishment of a state-sup Hello again. This is Roger Bennett, and how is every-
SA ported law enforcement academr thing with you this evening?

to provide fundamental training How many of you noticed, of course I know most of
; ; for all state, county and municipallaw you in Tampa did notice the headlines attacking one of

enforcement agencies the candidates running for Mayor, attaching to him a cer-
"We hare done well by our fire tain amount of scandal because of some employees in the
L men." Adams said. "We hare provided County Road Board that were only arrested and accused
them with a state fire col. and not convicted; and yet it was made into a headline
lege that has saved the people piece.
literally\ hundreds of thousands of
dollars In insurance premium. This comes under the heading of what I would call
1.elst alone and that has through the personally, my own opinion, "yellow journalism," just a
: little bit below the belt in
educational process 'been responsible even a political campaign, and
FR v 1 & AOr& tor' saving lives of people the campaign has hardly started.

endangered by fire and the lives I am not committing myself that I am for the man
of men who dedicate themselves they slandered, and I think the man that we have In office -
to fire prevention and control.'* is doing a very good job and I know old Julian Lane
Speaking to the Florida Intelligence very well and intended to vote for him, thoroughly, but
Unit an organization of sometimes I think we may need freedom from the Pressas
4 leading law enforcement officials well as freedom of the Press if we aren't careful.

from throughout the state, In Tallahassee Would a bank be lessened in the opinion of the Public
last Friday, Adams said because they discovered an embezzler working for them?
--- ---- --------, the state has "neglected to do Would the Tribune itself like to answer for all of, the sins
X-JtAYS FOR JUNGLES-A Jeep-mounted X-ray designed for what should have been done years that may have been committed by the employees of their
remote jungle and mountain area la Inspected by a trio of ago" In providing general trainingfor organization? If they would I can send them a private, list
t, young ladies representing South America, the Orient ,and the law enforcement men and of several that I know personally.
.
l.the fiddle East at headquarters of the U.S. Committee for
the United NaUona Children's Fund (UNICEF)' In New women of Florida. I don't think it is necessary for this sort of thing to
: York City.'. This mobile,,chest X-ray bunt In Cleveland, 0.. "The time is now for us to give be used in our modern day and age, and I think it is wrong
,by the Picker X-Ray Corp.: Is. typical of equipment provided serious thought to a state-support- and frankly and sincerely I think if they continue it they
by UNICEF .Improve the health of children In areas 1 far ed law enforcement academy-an
will give the "Kiss of death" to anybody they support in
removed _from modern medical facilities. {Central Press) academy that would be open to all the future.
who dedicate their lives to crime t
RAYO8-X PARA LAS SELVAS-Un equlpo de Rayo. X. mono I --*- --------- *-- .-. .- ______.________________________._.___ USB!
prevention, detection, and related --- "
tado en un jeep, dlseftado para Areas montaftosas y selvAtlcas,
security matters," the Secretary This question is being asked in Mayor Lane's,
.e Intpecelonado por un trio de J jdvenes damltas representandoa
la America del 'Sur, eC Orl.nte"/ Medlo Este en el euar. of State said. I- quarters and other political circles: Is it true that see-I I
tel general del Comlt del Fondo para Nlfios d. las Naelones "The kind of institution I envision retary: of State Tom Adams.has dropped his
Unldas (UNICEF), en la Cludad de Nueva York. Este equlpo de would be staffed by you- Guy uurneu, tne angry
Rayos.X movil, fabrlcado en Cleveland, Ohio, per ra Picker by men already trained and experienced young businessman whois
X-Ray Corp., es tfplco de los equlpos que provee la UNICEF In the' fundamentals as I strongly attacking the
para mejorar la salud de los fifes en Area alejadas de las fa. well ..s in the Important specialties } Lane administration? ,
cllidades medicas modern of law enforcement. Such an. The answer is no., Our f
academy would serve as a train sources in Tallahassee
X
ing ground which could produce checked and confirmedthat !a ,
Prefiere Comer una Galleta nationally recognized methods and the strong friend
techniques to say nothing of nationally ship that has existed between
Fda y Tocineta Blanca con recognized; local law en- Mr. Adams and

su Esposa, que Comerun forcement leaders" Adams ex Mr. Burnett is still in
plained. effect. If there has beena
Bfstec Solo
Adams recognized that law en change, the friendship.
ihV: .. '._ '* S
C.W
q : ,1.1" forcemeat la primarily a local bond Is now stronger'
,problem and one that should be than ever.
Un Caballero fe dljo etto a nues- )
,, carried out locally by local people This photo was takenat
tra camarera y a ella le gusto, INSTALL ORNAMENTALMCDONALD controlled locally "But," he said, Mr. Burnett's homeon !
f" "many of our local communities Davis Island, on the 'f
.. porque tamblen e* cssada. Perole PRY-PROC simply do not have the resourcesto night of May 24th, 1960, !

accruejd a ft l: no deb mOo BURGLAR BARS provide adequate service a few minutes after the
New Per tile prvtoetlMt .f life ee. training election returns had a a.
\ lestarse usted con la galleta y preHrb. OMrlbutatf kr MM "We do a disservice to hundredsof cured Tom Adams a smashing; victory over his OPPO-
\ CREIGHTON BROS. peace officers,when l we requirethe nent and nearly every major newspaper in the state.
ra tocintta. Tralga a su eipoaay
AWNING CO. utmost from them but do not I The winner, Mr. Adams (at right) with state campaign I

dele "hamburger" y pastel 701 rtoM L PLATT Z2f-OU7 ST. give to many of them even theContinued manager Guy Burnett.
( on page 10))
.(..hamburger. per Earl Lynn) por.' r

rnuy,f poco mA. de lo que costa MOVE 'EM OUT! --

I rla l I. galleta y la toclneta, yells = :

'' no tendrA que laver un tar ._ !

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SEGREGATION RIOTS BRING NATIONAl GUAM BACK TO CAMBRIDCI-Some of the 400
National Guard troops called back to Cambridge, Md.. after six white men were shot
during a night of racial outbreak set up camp in the beleaguered city;
.-,- Delivery Cae g*. Extra
.. ,; -- Commercial E. tlMtent Co. DISTURBIOS RACIALES LLEVAN LA GUARDIA, NACIONAL OTRA VEZ A CAMBRIDGE-Algunos -
s ,. 2006 Grand Cearral de los 460 mlembros de la Guardia Naclonal que fusron llamados otra vex a Cambridge, Md.,
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Member MM Accredited k, (on Eat 99
American Medical AwoeUtloa 99 (
Member Florida Bonntol Awa. [ h dren Under 10 49 M
FOR MENTAL ft ALCOHOLIC .B. .'"." 1'!.., Nell/II
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By JUDGES COURT ( ; I

basic ;
BOB JOIINSON and JAMES CALHOUN cess in this
-
A good many warrant cases (In "You tell the truth, officer, don't The ,
which a private citizen hat another lie about It, you know! good and neglect of I
arrested on charges broughtby well I got drunk on the way down state in

the complainant) result In unusual here." Under further questlonln creasing
testimony and results.In from the judge, the defendant Juvenile '
claimed he had managed to conceal activities
one such case, the beauty
salon customer alleged that she a bottle for. his ride and con of the state. I j
had made arrangements for An turned all of It enroute. He was the local
'adjustment" because her permanent .- fined $28 or 25 days. "What have
sees work less
wave was not satisfactory
Appearing at the salon at the appointed Another man was accused of and at the
hour first she received feeplng on private property with. to be more

a' shampoo from one of the operators out the owners con lint. Evidence "While our
who then called the' owner. I shows that he was camping In a our effort is
The complainant claimed that house upon which the mortgage come ,for lip
there was then a stormy scene, had been foreclosed without bine- action to & others"p.A I
during which she was treatedroughry fit of furnishings or other adjunct Much baa : j
In a physical sense aa and modern living. Asked by the dual law

well as subjected to a tirade priorto court If he wished to say anything and by (:
being ordered from the shop. the defendant 'spoke up In surprised one another ?
tones: "Why, sure, your. I
Subsequently she swore out an assault ity of law
and battery warrant. honor, I was just tired."
I Adams not"" f
testified that 55 *
Other witnesses Sheriff's '
f while the owner of the shop did A violent family squabble came way Patrol
raise his voice (both 'parties did to light when the '''working housewife Florida "
this) and finally ordered' the dissatisfied had her husband arrested for tions pro
customer from the premises unlawful display of a deadly wea Academy
he did not make any physical! pone The defendant, who had a
attack upon the lady. They said' fong police record, had become;I Just as
that he herd up her hair only one most Inebriated and quarrelsome (provides
'time, and this was done to show Finally he had culminated eev- training to
her that the permanent was a eral( hours 'of argument with the personnel ,

(proper one. good woman and other members rural Adams ,,
The court held that the defendant of the family by'' attempting to lice '
was entitled to a not guilty carve one of those present' witha mental
verdict because a reasonable doubtof butcher knife. "You know",' the meat. &

guilt existed. wife aald, "he's a good man except meats ::
sees when he's drinking, and ''I I can't ment work
''i
In another private fight the do anything with him then. ,She state !
complainant succinctly stated her believed that rather than Jalr, he game and
needed 'p. chlatrlo aid.. The guards and
ease against the alleged male as Judge I
salllant In ,these words: "He said, fined 'him, suspended sentence' on
I got something for you. I said a 90 day Jail sentence, and put him ,..
give It to me. Then he hit me In on probation. The defendant was
,
the eye and I, picked up a basket told that while the court had no '
and hit him over. 'the head with It." power_ to subject him to medicalassistance

Testimony revealed that these ,two It did retain the power' .

p.rlon.'I.re strangers. The man to jail him If there' were any ref .....
received' a sentence of fW or 25 eurrences of his misconduct.BOOTIFUl .
,
days: I ,

"P.-ddy Waoon.' "The officer had
.
.o"
(
\
testified that he took'an almost I
'. \
empty bottle from the accused at .n r >

the time of the arrest.
Shaking his finger at the offU/

cer .and In foud tones, the defendant
said before the Judge:


Who's Vanishing? i

(Mount Dora Topic)
'The American Broadcasting;
"' Company's national network: recently

presented a program 'called

:!'A, Vanishing Breed: Portrait of
t a Country Editor. During; the pre.

'. t aentatlon the statement was ,made
'....
"
Norte.&W
I that "There are only 2,000 country ""' .;{. :c!. I,
newspapers left In America." ''r.q. : 'I. I
;;;;
; .
The American Press magazine, \
.
taking exception to these figures, )'Jt.1,. ,
counted the listed In 'J;. '
newspapers a...> ,. !',w' _
"(; :
r the 'latest edition of N. W. AyenDirectory r. t' C. 7y
;' i ti \
h' of Periodicals and re /" '
ports there are ". .9,319 11 on- ": \
\ ,
:;: daily newspapers In the 60 states. //>""....\
4 A breakdown of that ll.t shows ;'./' if' ,+
p' possibly 2,500 newspapers which \
>.\.
might conceivably be classified as "

'aurburban' instead of 'country'. Q/, \>.. Mfb $
"That still leaves e,8U none

daily newspapers which so far aa .
we can determine could fit nowhere "..,.........

t except in the 'country news

paper'. category."
Also a majority of the 1,200
1 "
I' dallies published In towns of under ... '1
Into :
25,000 population would tit ,1

i the same classification: y'i., Lcb
The American Press observe Y
that. "Perhaps the TV boys were
The
miffed because, as they reported big

Landon Wills of Calhoun. Ken- ,<..,."., ,
tucky who was picked as their ,,' .:
.., .. ELECTRIC SERVICE i : te;
example of 'the vantahlng breed' till I a buy. the things. your .
doesn't believe in television and electric service does for you..and the'time; and' money: "V* ;% j;'-w-*!

doesn't even have a TV set" .Jumping feet I It saves you. v T'fc1,1vW' .
The capable and effective newspapermen first Into fall fashion will be # ; :! I:
( who run this nation's easy with these uniquely'. Your bill may be bigger than it used to ,be-but stop and .,\ ,. )

country press are not vanishing.And patterned black and grey think. Actually, dollar for dollar, electricity does much more v': % :14- :
tight, created by Balenclaga "'
since our freedom depends on of Paris for Bonnie Doon of work than It did Just a generation ago. "1'J ?
I a concerned and. well Informed <, i.. ,
:( ,New York. Making a point :.:.1 .. :
.citizenry, we can thank our stars of vivid leg coverage be- :"
4hat\tbey are" not. They provide neath a abort and sportive- "Nampa Electric Company 'j' ; U ,_ ,
written., records of opinions and minded skirt the tights also
JIOWER FOR I'ItOQMSI AND IITTH LIVING ELEC11tICAU.Y IINCII'"
: can double at chic under.
-world; events .
which remain for
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'pinning for lounge about .
consideration and are not goneinIheTwlnkTot ; "
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GACETA PAGE 11 ................................... ...........
FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1113nY.SIZE 1 '

II f.We are Indebted. jl jlI 'I BAY BRIEFS

ODIE ANDERSONNo
By
(Weeklies Beml.weeklles and se. dives to the bottom of the ocean

I ml monthlies printed all over the one day and dives from a plane one wins a war, and the battle between labor and
states frequently Items of the next. Seems the versatile Investigator
carry management in the telephone strike is no exception. Cer-
Interest overlooked or Ignored by Is either rigged with tain losers are employes, who go payless during such a
the high end mighty dallies. Scan. mask and oxygen, sliding along dispute, whether or not It is to their personal liking.
ning their columns can prove a rewarding the ocean floor, or strapped with Loser, too, are telephone subscribers, who can anticipatestill
experience.) parachutes and hermet, diving further delay in improved service. 'Fact is, except in
from an airplane at 3,000 feet. areas where cables were cut, little or no difference is
Mayor Carr Indicated this -Star Advocate, TitusvillE, noted in the usual poor service. Further fact is, the union
week that his committee on Interracial I O 'I would have gained even more public sympathy had they
activities Is agreed on a Pat Wyatt, daughter of Rusself included on their list of demands the stipulation that tele-
sort of 'hush-hush policy as far as and Betty McClelland of Crest phone company customers be provided something resem-
letting the public know what la view, Is reported recovering nicely bling the service for which they pay so dearly. Public
going on.Former. from severe Injuries suffered In a Utilities Commissioners Carter, King and Mason have

Orlando Mayor J. Rolfe 40-foot fall from a trapeze duringa failed miserably In striking any effective measure toward
:.i Davis hopes of collecting a mlf- circus performance In Hazelton, this goal, and, as with all monopolies, the public must endure -

lion dollars from NBC-TV broadcaster Pa. being shortchanged.

David Brlnkrey were slight O The bitter controversy has brought up many ques-
ly deflated Friday when Circuit CrestvUw city council chairman tions. For instance, wonder if St. Petersburg Times Pub-
Judge W. A. Pattlshall ruled that Luther J. Bozeman was released lisher Nelson Poynter experienced any qualm of consci-
his' court has no jurlstlctlon over under a $160 appearance bond after ence when he accepted money for the telephone company'sunion
Brink fey or Ted Yates, producerof being charged with Issuance ofa ad offering a reward for saboteurs which appeared
FOR $, CE-A com- his show. worthless check In the amount in the same issue of his paper as .the editorial which
mon actual fly size Is of used electric o show energy the -Corner Cupboard Orlando of $60. Hearing was lit for July 6.Okaloosa stated: '''Theunion, in a silly contention of its claim that

storage devices which have News-Journal all the trouble is a company plot, has offered $10,000 for
been made to electronic S any managerial employe caught "
power NO KNOWN CURE FOR TAX as a vandal. Just another
circuits of missiles rockets At a meeting attended by approximately instance of having no choice in paying through the nose
and earth satellites. The BITE; GETS WORSE AND
r .size of the devices,compact de-- WORSE .Your taxes went up 20 Interested citizens for a service which takes advantage of the very people
veloped General June 26, an organization to be who support it.
by
Electric
;
Monday, or have you already noticed
has allowed scientists to cuts known as the St. Lucle County 0000
t It was the work of the 1983
1 down on weight of launching Legislature' which added taxes Draft Goldwater Committee was Bars, taverns and, other licensed dispensers of: alco-

I CONCENTRACION DE ENER.. just about everywhere to raise duly formalized. holic beverages in St.., Pete and Pinellas County lit, en-
F GIA-Una moses es usada pan money for just about everything. Guide Post, Fort Pierce. joying a ,business hypo ,under, the new state, law:. wjhlch
f establecer la comparacldn d.1 l -Washington County News, permits their staying open Sunday nights through 2
espaclo donde va concentrada la Chi prey The Board of County Commissioners a. m., the same law which serves to virtually annihilate
energfa el6ctrlca usada en loa In regular session, has bottle clubs in the area, since it prohibits them remaining
{ clrcultos electr6nlcos de los pro. Tltusvllle may have a real 'earth voted 'to utilize voting machineson open during the hours which justify their existance. Bet
: yectlles, cohetes y satelltes ar- shaker on Saturday night. Police an experimental' basis during the new easement will be short lived and that St. Pete

I\ tlflclafos. Los dltposltlvos son Chief W. T. Brown, who Is knownIn the 1904 primary ,elections. city fathers will soon enact' a municipal ordinance re-es-
' fabrleadoa por la General Electric some circles to be a little on -Lake City Reporter tablishing the curfew. Of course, revelers in the Sunshine
y hun hecho poslble la re. the stocky side has promised to City can always enjoy a more realistic closing hour in
duce I6n de peso del equlpo de Tampa-.or the merryment at of
do an 'earth Shaking' twist at the Atty. Gen. Richard Ervln has one two bottle clubs-
lanzamlento. policeman's ban If sale reach held In a sweeping opinion, thatno providing they' can still negotiate one of the two bridges

I.OOO tickets. school, or college teacher, or spanning Tampa Bay. _
any other affected public em. 'see.

poLyNESiAN Ralph Clark, Chief Criminal In. plo)., can' use his official positionIn The City Council, of that gay, uninhibited pleasure
vestlgator of Brevard County She. an attempt to Influence the mecca known as New Orleans has just passed two ordi-
pARAdise ; riff's Department, Is a man who outcome of an election. The opinion nances aimed at strengthening law enforcement in thecity's
Is without legal effect, but It night spots on Burbon Street. One prohibits female
c American and.. may be used aa a guide by govern. entertainers and employes in clubs having stripteaseacts
"f and Polynesian drink cuisine ,, Ing boards and agenelea. Thereare from fraternizing with customers; and the second requires -
, I a few, exemptions, Including fingerprinting .pf ajl employes' in night clubs and
Dancing andnfrfo7nmnf T xiuM.U governor,. 'legislators and members cabarets 'having entertainment.; ,While New Orleans'
horn + t of the cabinet. club managers scream "harrassment," Tampa bonifaces
5:30 P.M. till 2:00 A.M.
1 TAMPA AiarORT Mom 9mtSCNTS -Capltal'Labor News, recall that similar ,city ordinances passed under the re-
I 'Tallahassee, gime of former Mayor Nick Nuccio back in 1057 failed to
hawa'ian' The FOUR constitute fatal blows to the burley biz.

r."Vlh'l.08e Rocky Pomerance, 3&year.oldContlmed e, 000

Hawaii In Ump,," RESTAURANT SOUNDSAppearing ( on pace The personal touch of one of the local owners of the
ft MOTH Nightly 12)I Sheraton Tampa, Dr. Anthony P. Perzia, is evident In the
.
2522 North Dal Mabry Phones l77 SS71 Except Sunday many pluses of the establishment, including, the Check-
I
m DINING *. DANCING mate Lounge and Fountain Court. A Latin menu has now
(&&&>< 1 Diems' 1100m O_ Till MMntoHt been introduced and
4 Bar O_ Till I "'.... L'i! top, entertainment in the persons of
:WHITE HOUSE!: 2 Tampa> '' Airport !z1 Mary Cintra and Los Bohemios, formerly of the Havana

I Motel Copacabana, are delighting guests in the Checkmate
: RESTAURANT : 1 2222 N.W0"Stior Dr.0.r.S.ru0tm Lounge. Only a real pro could continue to pack the
.
.,..
I, : THE: ROUSE GOOD FOOD): I S. S00 rhea ntf frm(T7rVmy "m Mr"0rt house like Theresa;, White is doing in the Terrace, Loungeof
: Franklin at Henderson : F UJWW**' the Tampa Terrace The lucious, limber-fingered (and

. . .'. . . .. I very young) organist continues to make new converts, at
Featuring the same time enticing loyal fans back and
,again again.
....
.
.;;z: = =::: .... TV' & RECORDING 00000

AFTER CHURCH STARS Jim Hardee, former Tampa Tribune reporter and

FAMILY DINNER SPECIALS The president of Florida Legislative, Reporters, Inc., has been

Served 11:45 A.M. to 4 P.M. Kentones admitted to,a partnership in the public relations firm of
e LUNCHEON | M .ROAST Taliaferro & Associates. Training and! professional.ability
1'
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FILET MIGNON '
.N. .r paying off for the
are ,
BMKAOIO sue BAKED f4Sl popular p. r, man.
e VEAL CUTLET. ........ I CHICKEN .....u...... I I C.
BAKED VIRGINIA HAM 111 / Ph.872.9612
Ch magn* S.ue. ... ,.,,. i ''Although, uninformed on complicated procedures of
Choice of,v.gtabl0. *tal**.. uUd. f 0urMtad W iNP .I'M ilA
buffvt and k0vrcM law it appears to me that St. Pete Harlequin Restaurantand

EMBER'S IMPERIAL HOUSE Lounge owner Tom Bayless, Jr. is taking advantageof

473 N. D UM.bry ''PII. $77.427. inUiMlANCH j a legal loophole in his'filing of a petition proposing an
arrangement with his unsecured creditors. Proposition is
..
... '::r' '
= : ;;; ';: ;;;;: ;;r' ;;rh
__. that creditors settle-and be satisfied-with a'preferred'bond
of the parvalue of one buck for each full ten. dollars

---m ....'.11 I of indebtedness netting six percent interest 'and to be redeemable -
at anytime after six months and no later than
one year from date of issuance. Also, the petition requests
=m" permission for the establishment to continue doing business
". ,' paying debts incurred while doing so before those
I already established. ''Creditors are advised to meet in the
DECCA RECORDING ARTIST/ LOUNGE
matter July 26. Maybe we;: just don't interpret this cor-
LENNY DEEEMBASSY n i Sing Along ., I rectly, but it appears to be a lulu of a way to sidestep pay-

BOYSPalladium toil* ment of"just debts without undergoing _the.stigma and re
fw ,.ur dielae sad ......... .......r. HARRYWHITE percussions"'aI,bankruptcy procedure. :
0000 *
'
------ ---- --- N.nla T.etPlae A Jacksonville' Municipal Court judge cites
--------- --- a case
.... all ImP .. which substantiates our contention that the' young aren't
...
;; OM MM* r MV
4; .. AJtayV always the most dangerous drivers. In his court, followingan
Ballroom V Gal MiiMtta-. Um accident, appeared a man-sober: and 'noature;..;..who, failing .

C..M.II. Mi to see the blinking read light at a railroad crossing,
I 205.WEST'CASS STREET Canalra.naryNere rewwee and, the'cross arm barrier which had been lowered,
crashed through"the' barrier and hit the train.Fortunately -
I1orTNDau
asw
; Saturday Night J DanceTHE NASRYolr and amazingly, he escaped unscathed. According to the
avr.5e5aUi judge;: the driver was almost blind-his, glasses are two

CONTINENTALS 9 Pai1,12 inches, thick-he has to ,walk with a 'cane and\his hands
shake uncontrollably due to,disease.. He had a hit'sad run
"THE SKYLINERS"12.p.m. til,3 a.m., accident not J long ago. The man was licensed to drvebut
ADMISSION $1.50 B.Y.O.B. PH. 229-9563 no longer. The wise judge' removed this road ham,by

suftpendixv drivers' license Indefinitely.LA 7



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FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1903by


., j.r'. WE HEARD IT ., .. 'ROLAN D HIA IT 16A



1 (Continued from page 1) firm of MacFarlane-Ferguson-Alli- Others Arrested." The news item with a newspaper that was "gun-
named as the legal advisor to the son & Kelly and the firm of Mabry, dealt with 8 persons charged with ning" for him daily. He thought thata
: I' Authority. A violation of confidence. Reaves, Carlton, Fields & Ward are buying stolen goods. The position of line would be drawn and that right
I I I One of the three commissioners tells extremely competitive against each this news, after a studied analysisfor would overcome personal prejudices.He .
; all to Virgil Newton, managing edi- other in all phases of life including importance and attention war- was wrong.If .
tor of the Tribune. politics. Our representative in this ranted In a newspaper the size of Mr. Nuccio had followed the ad-
The next day the story breaks. top level area reported to us that the the Tribune, normally would rate no vice of this reporter and other
Everyone is embarrassed. Particu- Carlton firm is extremely peeved better than a triple head on pages friends he would have called a halt
larly the three commissioners. The with Mayor Julian Lane. He is supposed two or three. to the Tribune's misuse of truths
;1 story screams and accuses Mr. Whi- to have assured this firm that Mr. Virgil Newton, managing edi- and court action would have caused
taker of low tactics-using political he would support one of their mem- tor of the Tampa daily, apparently the Tribune to adopt a more cautious
pressure in an attempt to help his bers for the attorneyship of the Ex- continues having the privilege of policy in their political attacks
friend and law partner. Shame. No pressway Authority. He didn't. using the front page of this widely- upon him.
public official ever supported by the tf. read publication to continue his per- A halt of misleading articles, dis-
j Tribune has ever used political pres- Governor Farris Bryant, this week, sonal vendetta against mayoralty torted headlines, etc. in the Tribune,
sure for his friends or family's per- appointed 5 members to the Pilot candidate Nick Nuccio. a year prior to the 1959 elections,
I sonal gains. No friend of Mr. Newton Commission of Hillsborough County. Remember that the 8 people accused would have assured Nuccio his re-
would do such a horrible thing. They are: Tom McMullen, insuranceman have not been tried nor found election.
; Everyone grins. Some laugh out and Nick Nuccio's campaign guilty and in fact several have de- We have a high regard for Mr
loudly. Newton isn't looking. manager; Jimmy Greco, insuranceman clared their innocence, including Mr. Nuccio and respect his political abil
Shadows fall upon the Ivory Tower. and political ally of Crockett Jones, who was supposedly the subject ities. His determined action this past
A genius glares and flares. Then Farnell; Jim Mangan, state managerof of the headline. week to fight and oppose continuing
proudly points. Mr. Whitaker is Douglass -Guardian. Warehouse He is road foreman for Mr. Nuc- malicious personal and political attacks
not one of our boys. Lights out. Co., and recently installed presidentof cio (Now on leave). The headline, upon his candidacy increasedour
Genius retreats within sacred walls. the Interbay Sertoma Club; re- grammatically incorrect when the respect for the able public offi..
Everybody laughs. appointed Jack Fessenden, Presidentof apostrophe and the letter S ('s) waa cial several notch.es.
Until the Whitaker story, Mr. Fer- Gulf Adv. Agency; and attorneyJ. omitted from the name, Nuccio When and if he takes court: action
guson was a shoo-in. He had four .,, Rex Farrior, Jr. might cause a jury in a libel case to against his "foe" you ,can rest as:
votes. Cason, Lane, Simmons and Serving'' on' the retiring board and rule that the intent to damage Mr.Nuccio's sured that his "political stock" will
I Moore. Mr.:Moore is deeply obligated not' reappointed were' Robert Evans, public image was probable.If rise to new heights.
I to Mr. Ferguson and Lykes Brothersfor Federal Probation officer, and relatedby the headline had been gramma- S. '
past business favors, back when marriage to former Governor Le- tically correct it would have read:' Comments and views on ,the strike.
Mr. Moore started in the trucking Roy Collins; Fred J. Woods, presi- UCCIO'S ROAD CHIEF, then it at General Telephone Co. "
I business dent of Gulf Fertilizer Co. and might not have appeared that it wasa Company officials have'announcedthat
However, Commissioners Rodri- George Vass, CPA. deliberate attempt to injure Nuc- this is the first strike In the 62
guez, Nuccio and Haynes, whose Tom McMullen is the only man in cio's public image. years of General Telephone in Tam-
votes were responsible for Moore's Hillsborough County to have re- On Saturday, July 13th, the Tam- pa. Let's add what the officials apparently -
election 'as Chairman of the Author- ceived two appointments from the pa Tribune for the first time! in its as an oversight forget to
ity, applied pressure. Mr. Moore was Governor. He replaced Roger Flynnon history ran a front-page clarifica- mention;
;' forced into', a neutral position.A the County Board of Adjustment tion which could be construed as a For the first 57 years it was
hitch had developed. At last Fri- when' ''Mr. Flynn' started serving as' weak retraction in favor of a politi- Peninsular Telephone Co., owned and
day's meeting the name of Ralph Circuit Judge several years ago.., cal candidate. To all in the political operated by, the Brorein family of
Marsicano hit the table with a loud Mr. Mangan's drag with the Governor field, it was a major victory for Nuc- Tampa. In fact the Broreins, father
crash, heavy with the weight of four probably originates from the 'cio over his principal foe. The Trib- and son, continued in control until
attached votes belonging to Nuccio, fact that his' brother George, is a une and Mr. Newton had to eat 1961, several years after General l
Rodriguez, Haynes and Moore. Fer- former Mayor of Ocala and the next "crow"., Telephone bought them out.
guson's name is withdrawn. Three door neighbor of Governor Bryant. Here is the reason why the Tribune Union officials will tell that
\'I votes were not enough, Cason did All of these'appointments had the ran this (to them embarrassing) management and labor had you no seri-
t not want to embarrass his candidate. blessings,of Warren Cason, ,the Gov- front-page clarification. ous troubles or misunderstandingsunder
Ii Commissioner Rodriguez hears ernor's political chief of this county. On :Friday morning, July 12th, Mr. Brorein.., They will also tell
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I the whispered ads of Mayor ne. i '' Nuccio, on the advice of his attor- you that since the new regime took
.IJ I He in turn whispers to Commissioner Mayor Julian Lane speaking be- neys, wrote a strong letter to Mr. over in 1961,. two' years ago, labor
4' Nuccio. He presents a motion to adjourn fore the Bel Bon Shores Civic Club J. C. Council, Publisher and to Mr. problems within the
., Silence. Then Nuccio secondsit. last week took a political swing at James Couey, General Manager of overnight and that on company two previous grew
Rodriguez sighs with relief. Nuc- Guy Burnett, one of his four oppo- the Tribune Company, which were occasions the employees almost went
.\ cio, proves he is a fair dealer among nents. According, to the Palma Cela sent by registered mail. out on strike.
M I political sharks. News, which we quote, "the only Nuccio's letter, in no uncertain
Over the week-end Commissioner reason he (Burnett) is running is terms spelled out that he would The employees are willing, to set-
tle the strike and
Haynes,I a member' of the majority, because the city (meaning Lane) did bring a libel suit against the Trib- sion rendered accept any deci-
third and
weakens, he switches affiliations.. He not buy, furniture from him." une for a front-page headline whichhe by a neutral
pledges his vote to Cason in ex- Mr. Burnett is president of Ort- felt falsely and unfairly gave party officials.picked by both union and com

change for immediate action on ,the meyer's, Inc., wholesale furniture many readers the impression ,that pany The will not publiclystate
$1.4 million Temple Terrace Highway business.. ,(Please disregard commer- he was personally implicated in the that company it will accept settlement
:. extension which lies in Mr.
cial plug.), arrest. through arbitration
Haynes' district. Observers believe We cannot understand Mr. Lane's Mr. Nuccio indicated that he
.that Mr. Cason bluffed Mr. Haynes. statement Surely he must be aware, would no longer stand for the Trib- It would be 'very foolish;
It is,,reasonable, they say, to assume of the fact that Mr. Burnett's firm une to maliciously libel him and to us to believe l that the strikersare
that.Mr., Cason could not at this late has sold the city (Mr. ,Lane) nearlya cause him unnecessary embarass- not responsible for some of the
date cancel the promised extensionof $100,000 worth of goods in the last ment. vandalism and destruction of ,com.
this important north Tampa traf- two years. Although we have been friends of pany property. We would also be.
fic artery. He probably could have Who, furnished the recently completed Mr. Nuccio for many years, when we equally,foolish to believe that all the
delayed it. Nurses Home on Davis Island asked him for a copy of his letter to vandalism: has been caused by the
On Monday and Tuesday, the politician ? Who furnished half of the the Tribune, he refused us. His at- strikers.
,,extraordinary ,and a compromiser city's? recreation centers? Who sold torneys advised him that publica- Union officials point out that violence ->
'\ of great skill, Ellsworth Simmons the mattresses that half of Tampa's tion of the letter might complicatea ''on the part of individualstrikers l
aware that the short lived Au- firemen ,sleep on? future libel suit in court. did not began until General
I thority was standing on the brink The answer to the three questionsare We congratulate Mr. Nuccio for Telephone personnel from other
I z of a "hot": war went to work behind the same. Mr.. Burnett. finally taking a definite stand on parts of the country were, brought
r the scenes and came up with the following It is ''to be noted that after Mr. his own behalf against newspaper mi. The striking employees feel jus-
compromises which were suecessfully Burnett became a candidate for which in 1957, 1958 and '1959 ran tified in labelling" these "imports" as
voted upon in this Wednes' Mayor, apparently his prices went probable libelous stories. about him "strikebreakers.
'day's meeting. too high. Why? The City (Mr. Lane) a number of times. {The union will start an educational
The minority, now composed of stopped buying from Ortmeyer's During these three, years of con- program' to ,enlighten telephone
i Rodriguez, Nuccio and Moore, named Inc. stant character'' assasination, which users,.as to .the reasons (they'
the attorney Ralph Marsicano. ':Mayor Since Mr. Burnett's entry into the ,caused his public Image ,to be damaged ,say) have caused the-number con
t Lane was pacified by naming his 'Mayor's race the fire department's and belittled in the'eyes of the sumers' complaints regarding poor
choice of consulting engineers, J. E. purchasing agent called asking for people, Mr. Nuccio never asked for a service to rise in great numbers during
Greiner Co.'Varren detailed specifications of his mat- retraction or a correction. He was. of the last two years.
Cason probably got the tresses. They were exactly what the the belief that his active and progressive {The strikers also complain that
best deal. His friends at Tripp and fire department; wanted and other administration would over the two dailies''are favoring,management .
Co. Inc. of New York became fiscal companies had to match the same come all the malicious efforts of his in their daily reporting of the
agents and will handle the financing specifications of Mr, Burnett's pro "foe." strike Can you! imagine that?"
and in addition he ,also named Bill Even a week before the Tribune We wonder when' the three gentle
',' Watson, of Watson Engineering Co., duct.Mayor Lane's jab at Mr. Burnett endorsed the candidacy, of' Julian men on the'Public Utilities Commission
as Associate Engineer. could have been caused by ((1) Bur- Lane he still had hopes that the edi- Messrs. Carter, Mason and King
At the end of this carnival of poli- nett is apparently making inroads tors, .being men of integrity and will take note of the strike at Gen
tics some were happy with the results into his support and he now' consi- knowledge would publicly recognizethat eral Telephone. They have the powerto
,. others indifferent and no ders the "angry young businessman"a he had brought to Tampa for the force the company to settle their
doubt, some were sad. Let's hope threat or ,(2) Mayor Lane just' first time in many years a city government differences with the employees' by-'
that you and we, citizens of this may not know what's going on in working swiftly and strictly arbitration. Would they dare?
great city didn't lose out in this City Hall. to bring Tampa, out of the depthof Mr Carter and Mr. King, in the
scramble for selfish gains. S. retarded depression to one of recognizable twilight years of long public service
l Here is ,an interesting ramifica- Last Wednesday, July 10th, the progress. > could regain great popularity if they
tion resulting from the appointments Tribune front-paged a' possible libelous In spite of his many years In the would take action in this strike,
t on the .Authority. It is no:secret, in principal headline of four column political game he 'was astonishinglynaive which would be beneficial to the constantly
top attorney> circles that the law size reading: .N cclo' Road Chief,, 7 in his approach ,and dealings suffering consumer. "


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