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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: September 6, 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: UF00028296:00348

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ANO XL NUMERO 36 VIERNES, SEPTIEMBRE 6 DE 1963, TAMPA, FLORIDA PRECIO: 10 CENTAVOS




I Elecciones Primarias El Venidero Mar_ -




Renida La Contienda Para e-Roland Mcmteiga -. SEP 71963

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La Alcaldia de Tampa ,

AS WE HEA *

Elecciones primarias municlpa- naJ 8 y la radioemisora WFLA.En mandaba en la "libre empresa" de
lea para eecoger' los candidate law' pasadaa eleccionea Ten los diarioa y notables medios de Several weeks ago one of the city council can 1 a es

que el' partido Democratico llerara ci6 Lane porque el Tribune Company comunicaci6n, la emprendld con *J speaking at a negro political rally said, "You will have an-
a las elecciones generates' de norlembre. recurrio a loa prejukloa y y flnalmente fueron soltados los other Kennedy in Tampa if I am elected." We wonder if

se efectuariu el venlde- POT el aire se engafiaba al pue- "perros' de loa prejuicios. 'he would lose or gain votes if we identified him? We won't.eel. .
.
ro marten 10 de Septiembre 7IOB blo con este "disco'1: I jVayan a Nuccio tub derrotado; peso ii
que trlunfcn de modo Incomplete votar porque los latinos y los ne- su admlnistracldn es analizadaIionradamente Constable Malcolm Beard has been in Tampa General

el 10 Irin a una segundaruelta gros estAn votando por Nuccio! se llegari a la con. Hospital since last Thursday with a dislocated vertebra.

sefialada para veriflcarse CJreemos que esta yea, por res- elusion de que tub superior muy He will be there for several more days.

doe semanas despues, el 24 de peto a Tampa cuya riqueza se de- superior a la del Sr. Lane C e e e .

Septiembre. be en parte principal a los llama- El Sheriff Blackburn quo desea Bail bondsman Sam Ferlita called us from, Tampa

La lucha por la Alcaldia es dos "-latdnos" que no bablan "la dejar su importante empleo y pa- General Hospital last week while hospitalized in that over-

muy refiWa. tin", pero si dos idiomas de alta ear a la Alcaldia, es un candidate crowded institution and complained about the fact that,

Julian Lane, el Alcalde bsplra culture, el espaftol y el (!Italiano tuerte. a few minutes! after his family had brought in his portableTV

a 1a reelecciin pate etnado por el no se apelara a la "bajeza de las Blackburn tiene muchos: amigos set for his viewing pleasure, one of the supervising

'"monopollo" pert U8tlco de la anterlores elecclones. y presume de buen admlnlstrador.Quizi nurses walked in the room and informed him that although -

h, empresa del Tribune que tambidn Nick Nuccio fu6 un ezcelente al esperaba que la "llbre the TV was his personal property he would be
acapara la estacion telerisora Ca- I calde, pero el senor qua entonces (Pata a la paglna J). charged $1.50 per day if he used it. Then she added, "You
can rent a set from Shep's TV for the same price I

Attention City Councilman Bill Myers: Let's hear

Activa Campana Por Las your voice in this matter. Is this monopolized and exclu-

I : sive deal that apparently exists between Shep's TV and

Tampa General Hospital another one of those 'crony' situ

Siete Concejalias de Tampa ations involving friends of Mayor Lane's?, .
Tribune company editorialists would explain this as
Tree candidates parecen toner cuenta con buenas relaclones en a- just ""another honest mistake" due to lack of experience.With .

la victoria en el botslllo, si homes la etfera da los negoelos y lo ml* Candidates A this kind of excuse hovering over each Lane "mis

de atenernos a tae Impreslones recogldas njo puede declrse de Jim Ashber.ry. Secretario De take" what wrong can he do? And wh n will he stop make

por nosotros en los altl. ., Es dlffcll pronosilcar cualesdos ing them?
La Administration
mot dfas. Jran a segunda vuelta.' e e e e e .

Son los tree los fires "Doug" Pairoclna af fabrlcante Manuel' Municipal ,.* i' ,In these'days of grand jury probes and political campaigns

West, presidents del ayuntamlento, Corral,. en el I Dlstrlto 2, la empre 1L:' (Bill) Stark dean la re- much: is said about the honesty or dishonesty ot .. ,.
q. Is plde a, ciudadanfa. lo r..II.) sa duefia de loe dos diaries; pore eleoclon y cuando redact mOl es public., officials Since newspapers particularly the major4-"

ja por ef DUtiA; 'Lloyd Copeland.q.asplra Sam Mlrabella, perteneclente a una ta* lineat parece costar con mi dailies, play' such an important reI, in elections, we think

a M reflection' por el ,DIs- antigun/ .famllla' / de hombres. d. fuerta que Anthony (Freddie. ) that the matter of journalistic honesty should be discussed. (
trlto 6 y acaba de .dar una dcsta mar, siplra \* la reelecolon; Jimmy ;drle. at this crucial Ime also 1
,
.. (cada., prueba de clvlsmo.' y Dick Mln.rdl' e un matatro con Stark' ,fcabla, el idioms espafiol There >are 'several, perhaps many*',acts employed, by

.Greco, 'fovea. I.J! gn.njno4ti! !H!.*., ycf.ira ", muchos. partld...rli,s-, e n'"el' Dletrltoy y mte raie: quo obteD4r' ''Ik lDa- mad, ,which can fall into the broad'field labeled 'dishonest. ,...
-r' "'; Intellaenela,1 reepaldado nexiraordlnarlo ,fu,concvla'i l ";'Al",Lombardf, is"- l.or ."Q) :testa de 9oi efudsdanos : A man'can:be dishonest.without any.ttionejbolngjn. 'y
'
Interns pe'r ;'Infju merclsnte /: "e earacterlza por au ., dO9iicn 'latino.' volved.and w1thout'Straterial. things being taken. or stolen.. .
yentas personaa- de apellldos an.glosajones amable trato; Milton:M, Phelps/ tie- Jfredrlo tiene experlencla: enaauntofadminstratlTos. (COntinued on- naira I 1B1 '""oft

; espaflolee e 'ItaHanos. ne personalldad propla y ademaa ? .
En iI l Dlstrlto 1 la Aioha/es' in' es nleto de aquel' noble'amigo que "I,*iJ r i | i / Cuba No Ha .Firmado Todavfa El Tratado I

; .' tens,. Let aspfr.ntesla' la re.l.c- se Ifamd Charles. Pent., Candidates A La fc4T* Sobre' Las Pruebas NuclearesNUEVA 1

''clon, Bill Myers, y X. T. Rollins, Tamblen en este dlstrlto se nVee
.son expertVs 'en, politics y cuentan cast Imposlble predeelr el f** Junta Municipal YORK, Sept el ,President'e. Kennedy, ,lo haD

con leates amtgos; P. Joseph Ro. sultado. Electoral artfculo pubtlcado pot' como un primer paso>> ha-
drfgez'(sin u) tub concejaf y ob- Mucho daflo Is ha hecho a Lee York' Times bajo !la un mundo mis paclfico 'jr: I'. '
Candidates/ en el Orupo 1: C. .1'*
muchot votos las Duncan el procesamlento que ei I ry Raymont, se dice' .
tuvo en pass
das ..I.cctm; \ :Schwartr; Gran Jurado del Condado ordena. Chuck' ) Beck, Sam C. Zummo nuencla de Cuba a Hace mil de un met que ea no-
Floyd W. Jobns Charlie Key, T.
es un comerclante de prestlglo en ra contra 41. Duncan desea la re- tado :sobre lit pruebas diplomiticss el Primer Minis
Gerry BciorUno Darwin s. Kick-
Palma Ceia L. 'B.; McSwaln jr. (Paso a la piglna 15 se enlaza por" I los dJpJ Fidel Castro acnt4 a los Etta-
; liter y Harry :F. .Orr. ._ .... ,.... :
-an- to.peche eon' .--,"-- r1"t."v. y ar ...... a taquet; :
CONDENADO EL RACISMO.POREL, Candidates' ,ten el Orupo 2: John Ington, BO a difsrenclas ft2ea -y a reo< realicado por
I C. Fannln, ,prominent* bombre de cu.
cubanos, aparentemente
WORLD. CO.UNCIL.Pf:' CHURCHES: : negocios' de reputaciin"Inmacula-' ,En Washington y en, bases. ; ea el Caribe y la Ame
nunciamiento' expedido por. la A. da.; Bus opbnentes"son hombres de net Unidas sa ha Central.No .
ROCHESTER, Sept. 4. ElContejo : buena. repulacl6n ,Cardinale
,
Tony
de Igleelas so-' samblea General el afio 1954, y al en la actitud de ,La J es ,nna lorpresa .para ,los ob-
Mnndlal '' y James; :'A. .(Jim.... ) Lenfettey "unabogado. hay nalda de opo ici6n or" ,, :
lemnemente le falto saber al mun mltmo tlempb fu6 mis lejo 1 ;ca quo .Pnba no ,se ,bays
llficar de, crittianos traidores a los. de Pekln al tratado, .con ,loa rtados UnMos en
do que los Crittranos que apoyan Candidates( en el Grnpo Si: Rent
que practican la diacrimlnacion 'racial todas las ezplosiones pacto encamlnado ,a .dJsmipulr
aod6n lnaci6n. -
o
la serregacion. "por Clyde Dazarte J. R. ( )
Johnny
con ercepdon de .las .
teotiones
actlTa o pasiramente. en el mundo, aua
,'' "tralclonan a Jesus Orltto Staab
Barker, Rose Jim Bate, '
"Nos damos per enterados de Hace mis de 4 ya J lo rmaron la mayor
y a los que tlguen la doctrlna que Julius Torch, George W, Cries, :
i que much crittianos pot titn! Union SorUttca, de los poises oomunlsUs, In-
lien Su nombre"Componen Jr., M. W. Mannle) McDowell
boos e inaccion no eaton empena- Estados Unidos Alemania del, Bite, '
el' Consejo cast to- James H. ,(Jim) Pett,
dos en etta lucba, o estin ene2\ portant documento.. Carlo ,LatAufa' ,embajador 4*
das las comnnlonea Pro. Candidate en el Orupo 4i Ernie. '
mayoret lado equlTocado de ella. Por lotanto sell palace lo ban : en las Naciones Unlds, TO.
testantes las Ortodozas del Orlente. Atkis; conocido faombre de -
y repetimot, con toda la con.Ti'Ccl6n nerotlot Win. El Primer )Ur (Pasa a la ,pifina,II)
; Phil :Chlllura,' que estL'gs-
'''cJe'que somos capaces,, lo I
declaraci6n la mis enirgl- nando terreno* Jerome Sierra, Jr.. Aumentado El
La es
que, la Asamblea dljo en 1954, pus *
ca C oondena; : d'e fa ditcrlminacl6n cwalesquiera" forma 'de secregaci6nbasada destacado, en cueationes! deport-! Minimo A $?1* 3)y I t a La Barbaric I
,
racial quo el Consejo ha becfao y Tat, y Albert Foust, rconocldo enpoJiUC'
I 'en rasa; color n origin "
La
tub aprobada pot el Comlti Central ft'",,/ es ""'ftltI'll I'hl. at EVanrtlfo ". &. Hora .:.Diem, y Su .... ,
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,, qde tiene a sn cargo el tra- es Incompatible; con la doctrlna Candidates t,en el Grupo 5: Bra.' WASHINGTON, Sept : r.-
Anna U/Denbam, de innecabl haMlidad .- federal !* .
I zar nonnas.Reattrma /del hombre ,CrisUano y con la nauralesa Jornal mfnlmo NOTON, Sept. ,. Pro-
'
politics; Joe E. Manning,
la declaracldn un pro- de la Iclesla! de Critrto" tado ayer de f 1.15 a $ '* sirnen llerando a. Wahlnr-
que dlfrfruta de prestiflo en los calculate
y que
contra la birbara '
Intra&slcen-
QUIERE LA "MANDONA" QUE E. U. negoclos''y fi* candidate a Alcal 000,000. trabajadore rellriosa del Piesidente Diem,
I de en pasada eleoclones? y Fred En nn total de % ,
Vietnam del But, die*'
quo ser
EL CIVIL
RETIRE PERSONAL la
Valentl, upreclado empleado' de brtros, la (ran Jnayorla y no sicue las, maxima
SAIGON, VIETNAM del' Sur, Central de Intellcenda.L Atlantic. 'Coast II Lin*. de 11.25 la horn los Papas Joan XXIII y Pablo

Sept. 5' Ltt majer qu* se ba cnnada del Presidente, Nco Un eitudlo hecho por ,

Puerto"lo*'pstnWone's en'e te pals, i Dint Nbn.; le dljo a loa periodistasamericanos Eiifrejiido Al FBI; ttmento de 'Labor (8 ''Consejo Mundial de Ifleslas. r

"dlrte eI'gobierno"' y tiene'' predlleoei6nvpor'lo '' y de otros passel>> ba Un Supuesto up abe Trabajo) prneba que floe en' Roctester, N. York, to-
monje* bodUUssados Mando en ..1p.i.clo' presidendal ; r UTOS represcntan el acuerdo de expresar ioquie.
estllo "barbecue", sudrld Ota 'Lons, quo ella lo tab' todo ;y Caetro en los jornales, de los peW la "tritfcm, sltuaci6a qua
ayer que d foblemo de los Esta- que .el, PrcsSdetvt Kennedy :est MIAMI :fcept 4. Un' ex perlodlsta en 12 meses.Tamblin en Vietnam del Sur."

doe, Untdos, que pata .$500,000- mal enterado en cuaoio quo el cttbanotQue I .Tlno a eetd pall entr6 ea I 'Nuera! Delliic,India, 'mi* de
000 al alfio Pot mantener a' sues- pueblo no'apoya' 'al actual coblemo.Componea eon 'ThuT f d*Jtorfsta, '. a' one -o d* mana ".taDdar4"i'de '44 > ''personas' M concreraron fren-

fiado enla,, presMencia, a su marl. lo* bvdlsta apaleado jUl.fa" tDWC .t 'as '.BUTO t--0- ra los :qne' trabajan 'en a la "embajada 'd*' Yle aam y

do em la Jenreei1jietonei:rjHKw... par grupo establecimiento quo { d*' los actos bfU'mlea

a, Wa_ spotrtcando d* modo fenomeaal. I pal; peso ella:aaecnra. qne{la ml' < -w\,:..::;;;.. CMao'j. >ernocr4> tan y dan serrfcio, ''que por. .. cflMerao d* Diem
retire 81 personal ctrHqtM aorta, I la opreaorl'is'el pueblo.. o ; ''reaireldrt'' 'de air un 'parcado por l ",ley 'ea .: :'rtri a';pobtadove*..
""' I SJa. *. marldo y *l President* l.pb'6j1"ftt S-A'H 'I1Al Ciaatro.f ,' '
am",tiea!. Incinyendo, seronalia ., Esto qttiere i dr contr4. Jot atro-
a.varfo* aerate del Serriclo I (Paik'a la'pitlaa'I) PaiaCfi $gl1i)f (PM*>.a-la-attfna' craM a la c p*..na


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L- GAeCTA PAQINA Z Entusiasmo Para La Robaron $800 De Dice Que Le Robaron

VIERNES 8EPTIEMBRE 8, 198 Let's Elect
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"Noche De Mantilla"Aumenta La AsociacionPara Joyas ValuadasEn

Atacado El4Conservatismo' el entusiasmo por par. Proteccion $20,000

te de los organlzadores de "Noche
Por d. Mantilla,'* que se efcctuara por De Los Ciegos PORT-..oALL, Tierra Verde,

El Padre Davis I I. Ord.n Caballeros Leales de A- Eutraron los ladroaes en la offfinancla Sept. 2. La actriz clnematogrd

NUEVA YORK, Sept. 4. Bl mlrlca en su Patio y edlflclo la de Ia Aaociacl6n del Condado flea Marlene, Dietrich, que traba

editor en Jefe de "America' ,'' re- noche del 14 de septlembre. Hillsborough para la Protecci6n' J6 aqul varlos dim en el club noc

vlala de 'los Jesuitas, Padre Thurs Las candldatas a Madrlna de la del Ciego, 1006 N..Platt St., y BOllevaron turno local, le denuncld a Don

ton N. Davis, ataco en un dlscurBO Orden tambl n trabajan tesoneracnente. $800. Oenung, Sheriff del Condado de

pronunclado aqul el "coriae"aUsmo" El vigilante' W. J. Pratt dice que Plnellas, que cuando preparaba sequipaje

que apojran estudlantes de Se nombran I.. bellas aaplran- entraron por una vcntana y Ie a- notd la desaparic6n! de
'
loa colegloa de la nacidn, mante- tea, Srtas. Dolores Gonzalez, Rosa rrancaron los goznes a la puertade joyas valuadas en $20,000.

nlendo que ell movlmlento dere-' Maria Betancourt, Irene VIHarreal! la caja de caudales, sacando el I Cree que el robo Be cometl 5 en

chista viola Ia economla posltiv y Sonia Sober6n. dinero. tre el jueves y el sabado! de la ae

y la teotogfa' tradicional de 1Jglesla Ia TocarA la orquesta Casino. mana pasada.

cat61icaromana.Habl6 Loa Caballeros Leales d. Am6- Apoyan LosMetodistas Al Sheriff le dieron cuenta del

el Padre,*Davis en la Be rica le haven honor a su tftulo en robo a las 4:00: de la tarde del e&.
El Plan
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si6n de apertura del Congreso de esta eludad. bado.

la Cofradfa del Apostolado Segiar, De Derechos Civiles Las alhajas est&n aseguradas.

celebrado en el Hotel Roosevelt Asalto y Robo CHICAGO, Sept. 3. La Confe-
DltKGRECO
Aalstleron 700 'representantes de En Un Hospital rencla Metodlsta en RelaclonesHumanas Comprada La Marca
cofradfas de del acordd le-
este pats y ex. aqui pedlrle
iBUENOS AIRES, Argentina, Sept.
De Caf FolgerSAN
tranjero."La yes a laa autoridades federales y ?
-Clnco I alls bandidos
o penetra-
actual corriente polltica ha- ___ de loa estados aue abran todaa __ City Council Dist. 4
!Ton en eta la derecha, dijo el Padre Davis las facllldades que vlenen slrvlen
empleados de Instltirclones' ban. 5. Proctor y Gamble, la famosa (Paid Political Adv.)
es un fenomeno que parece do al publico en general a todat
carlas, mataron a dos personas y compafiia que fabrlca Jabonea y .
baber emanado del llberallsmo econ6mlco las personas win tener en cuenta'
.e llevaron 100000. detergentes, adquirid aqul IM In
de los slglos XVHI y su raza.Fui .
Uaron' una ambulancla que se tereses de J. A. Folger, uno de los
XIV y no tlene nfeda parecido con aprobada la declarac6n poi
abian robado para entrar en el ma's antlg-uoa independlentes alma-
el genuine conservadorlsmo' una Asamblea a la que asistleron HELP ELECT
hospital,, arm ad os con pistolas y cenitas de cafe de todo el pals.
,Le pldI6 ,a BUS oyentes que leap 1,100 delegadOB, representantes de
ubametralladoras. Oslo slgnifica una nueva ezpan
pregunten a los derechiataa quA 10,000,000 de metoditstaa. Albert
Mataron al cfodfer de la camlone- s6n de Proctor y Gamble' en el
pienBan de la marcha de los de-
ta q. llevaba el dinero al hospital PERECIO UN PROFESORDE negoclo de allmentoa porque ya
rechOB civile en Washington, de I Foust
1 a un ordenanza. Hlrieron a trey I Ipensonal. MATEMATICAS poses las mantecas vegetales Crls-
la crlmlnacl6n en las unlones
INDIAN ROCKS BEACH, Sept.
co y Fluffo, las mantequlllas de
obrerM partlcularmenle en los
ramos de construccldn del mo- Huyeron en la ambulancla a toda 3.-Cuando nadaba en el Golfo Mani Jilt y Big Top, y las mezclas BOARD

Tlmiento CongreBlonal para reba. ve1ocl ad. Cuando un pneumaico perdii la vida el Dr. Herbert Albert de panaderla y reposterla Duncan ELECTION
del vehiculo' reclbld un pin. Meyer, de 57 afios, profesor Hines.
jar la ayuda al extranjero y de la
Integration de veclndades blancaspor c'h'azo' ,y se apla' t6, les recog6! un de matematlcas en la Unlversl- No se ha dado a conocer el pre- i Group 4
6mpllce que lee seguia dad de Florida. Company ': '
clo pagado por The Folger
IOB negroa. "Bntonces' compa- (Paid Political Adr.)
ren BUS contestaciones con loa 'LOB atracadores 'conocian de moo Se le hara la autoptia al cadaver de la CUM es presidents J. IJ IJA.
perfecto el funcionamlento del determlnar si murl6 aho-
preceptOB cat611co." para Folger, nieto del fundador.
ospltal. gado O' una enfermedad del cora-

El hospital esta situado a tree z6n le ocaslon6' la muerte. AUMENTADO EL... ; JOSEPH GIOVINCO, M. D.

Para Los Que Deseen I' mlllis del centro de esta capital. Ike Jordan, BU hue, es jefe In- (Vlene de la prlmera) >Announces Offices the Removal to of his I

Hablar El Ingls terlno de policia en esta poblac6n. herd pagar tiempo y medlo des- Suite 407, Citizens Bldfl.

Las personas que deveen apron- Refugiados Tres Pasaba aqul el fin de aemana en pub de las 44 horse for the Practice of

der a habIar el Idloma Ingles que- Sacerdotes En La union de su hljo y una hija. La subida equlvale a 25 centa- OPHTHALMOLOGYDiseases

d'an' invltadas a .asistir a las datses Toe mas la hors de lo que se' pa- ( and Surgery of Eyes)
De Los .
para los naoidos en el extranJerou Embajada gaba. hate 25 afios. L 706.. Franklin I ...St..: ... ..Ph....229-2482:.

que .e est&n' efectuando en Estados Unidos -- '--

1a eBcuela Orange Grove, situada SAlOON, Sept.,, 3. Tree sacer-

en la Avenlda 28 7 calle 16. dotes ,budlstas que eran persegul- ELIJA A

' Se verlflcan los marten entre las doe por los esblrroa ,de Diem, su

7:00: y las 9:80 de. la ,noche. bajo ermano y cufiada, se refuglaron t
"
JimmieMinardi
los auspiclos del Program de 'tD la embajada de loa Estados

Bducaclon' de AoduHoti del Condado Unldos; I

nm borou&h., embajador, Sr. Henry Cabot : II I
II
Nose cobra nada:por lae clases, Lodge, ,se ha negado a entregar- bib e : i 3.. I

pero el eetudlante. debe comprar oa. I
.
el''Hbro. 'tELECCIONES k Dos 'de eHos entraron en la ,em. / Concejal el

baJada, pldtendo asilo, cuando el por gig, ;a ,
"
.' : 'I' : I laquA' contra la: pagoda Xa Loi, Distrito 2 '

(Viene 'de }la prlmera) eallzado el, 21 de goato.

empresa". de 1oa 'diartos, la radlo- La tlrantez de relaclonea entree1 HOMBRE DE I
Depart am onto de Estado y ,el
emlsora y el 1 Canal, le apoyase, PItOBADAIIABILIDAD
pero ae equlvocd. regimen de Diem, no ha perdldo I

Ya estaba 'aobre el ,caballo y no nten idad.Vato E

podia bajarse. INTEGRIDADAnunclo I
De Suicidarse REELECTDick I IL
et\ '"hombre
Guy Burnett es nue-
vo" del ;g.upo. Cuenta con buena L a: Reina Alejandra L! ( Politico Pagado) I

organiEac46n y leales amigos. VENECIA, Sept. 4. La ex Rei- ___ ________

Hombre ''de excelente repu'taclo'n' na Alejandra de Yugoeslavla trade

!podria dar una corpresa el 'una M sulcMaree 'en la resldencla

parse considerable.' de los votan-: d'e 'au madre, Prlncesa Aspasia de BaconYOUR Vote. For R. L. ''Cheney
tel Indinaae al "ouevo.,"
ee recia, inglriendo 16 pndoras para I
Jim Fair es una "locftgnita.' Al dormir. CITY _: His OBJECTIVES :_ '

gunav personas 1e flaman el "eter- Seguia sin conoclmlento y en Harmony among mayor, council ,and other

no candidate..' ravfslmo estado alai 24 boras COUNCILMAN'District :y city agenclts. .-.

Por la telerl 16n ataco1 los dla- espues de haber lido Ingresadan 7 More sidewalksFairer

'rlos de'la "empresa ltbre"*.... que un hospital. more, equltabfe plan on sewerS ) ,

trata de''qtiltar y poner 'alcaldes.ll Dejd cuatro notes escrltas en inglee charges ,

habri conqu4 t8ldO' muchos que la panels encontri en el Recreational facilities for areas.. without :., '

votes BU posid6n j "iconoclast TVamofl i. (Pasa a la p&glna 15) I IDEMOSTRACIONE8. :_, them. ;
a' repetir que' 1a lucba I..m Precinct police stations.
., Your Vote Wi riiiiiii: ;'"
electoral es reftida, dada la 1mportancla -
(Vlen de la prlmera)
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de los candidates.iQulene Be Appreciated :
efllos y la Intolerancla rellgloa CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 7
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*'IrAn'a'la segunda ruel-
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de Diem y en familla, se efecuaron -

UTNosotros en' varias dudades de Eu-
,loa de las pAglnas 'en
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lenffun castellana e idioms iUlia- --------------9
dote budlsta se ha deolarado en
no, dejamos la predlod6n si es huelga de hambre. I i
que se decide a hacerlo, para el ManningElection ELIJA A UN HOMBRE ?!

redactor.de,IM paginate en t idioms QUIERE... I Board I QUE ANHELA I II

tngles.Le'pedlmos.. (Vlene de la prlmera) t I I
otra res'a los .tarn- Diem organlzaron una manlfestaon Group 5LOMBARD SERVIRLE ; I

lidos que antes tin votar estu- c1 en apoyo de au Intolerancia 'J A USTEDES BIENY : !-

I then his promeeas de los candidates 'T crueldad y dijeron que marcha. I
,CON HONOR
y medtten,eobre ellas. run 150,000 de BUB partldarloa; pee r

'Los afios del "carnertemo" politico ro s61o deafilaron de 30 a 40,000 !

-;.cr moa nosotros tan pa- y esto para el ''teredo' es el,pueblo. 'r: FISH- CO. MANUELFERNANDEZ j
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NELLY MARTINEZ LA QACETA PAGlNA IVIERNE3

KENNETH P, PITT, JR. .NOTAS 8EPTIEMBRE 8, 1113

El 17 de .
ago to contrajeron ma.
La Srta. Dtanne Yvonne Pere4-'
trhnonio en hi Iglesla United 4
ra. hlja de los esposos R Bruck
Church of Christ, sltuada en Tern.
Pereira vecinoa del 4208 Arenida
Pie Terrace, la Srta. Nelly Martinez ,
Lynnwood, se ha comprometido en
hlja de loa
eaposoa Lucas
matrlmonlo con el Sr. Ettwfcrd Arthur
Martinez, feclnos del 2511 Ab-
Jacobson della, y el Sr Kenneth P. Pitt, por au padre. de honor la integraron las Srtas. Residlran en St. Petersburg los wachusetts.'
Jr., hijo de
los eaposoa KennethPitt Fueron los padrinos el Sr. Ernest An* Dias y Blanca Mechato, y los nuevoa esposos. Se etec'h'arJ. la boda en la IgVeeia -
de
Lutz.
Bailey y la Srta. KathleenPitt Sres. Fred Langlottl, Arturo Le. ELEANOR SHELIA GREESON cat61Ica San Patrlclo, en no-
Ne11y fug dada en matrtmonlo hermana del norio. La corte cuona y Red Fuente. ANGELO Q. SPICOLA viembre.
__ a -
umeron BUS Ticas en la igiesia La noTla se graduo en la eweue-ia
Episcopal' St. Andrew' oficlando( de vegunda enseftanra Nuestra Se.
el Rev. J Fred Di OlX/g Eleanor Sheila Greeson, 'hija del Minn, en la Unirenidad Assumption
(. -l CapstAn y Sra. William W. Ore. sltuada. en Windsor, Canada
Pr '''Th', eon reclnos del 183 Circle, I.las y en la Unirersidaid de Tampa.Es .
1 fJ.' Davis, y el Sr. Angelo O. Spicola, maestra' en Memorial Junior
*
1 Jr., con resldencta en el 315 Bermuda High.

:. ,', Doutamd. Dl 1 norio se graded en Gloucester
La novia fu* dada en matrimo- y pertenece al Bscuadr<5n de
dew
nlo por &u padre.Apadrinaron Radar No. 660, estacionado en la
roe'
a los novloa et Sr. Base Urea Ma DI11. '
ea:,
.1'I8.il Angelo O. Spicola Sr. y la Sra. PTDIDA LA MANO DE
John Klrvy, de Orlando.La LA SRTA RIVERA
.
.l?e
corte de honor la tormaron 'La mano de la Srta. Norma RIvera

.,., la Sra. Richard M. Chapman, her hlja de los espoio John RI-
Ji'f'B man de Eleanor, y 'tae Srtas. Vic vera, del 19H( E. Wilder, ha sldo

:' kle Lane y Angela R. Spicola, y p dMa para e1 joren Paul Anthony

,.,., los Sres. Guy W. Spicola, Rowlott Santana, hijo de los espoeos Joss
t '. Dryant, JOhn C. Mills Jr., Ross A. Vega del Bronx, Nuera York.
Fcrllta, Charles G. Spicola Jr., Al Norma we gradui en la eocuela
00D *
E 'i Garcia, Dennis' Pearce y Kenneth Jefferson y es tenedora de libros

Nuinoff. en la Metropolitan Life Insurance
Se efectu6 la recepclta en el !
RESERVADOS LOS DERECIIOS DE CANTIDAD I Co.El
Palma Oeia Golf and Country Club. novio estudli en la eseuelaVocaclonal

Estos Precios Son Buenos Hasta El Sabado, Scptlembre 7 Reallzan un riaje de luna de miel : del Bronx y se .,-add
por Ehiroptu en la lEacuela' de Comunteadones
'
Residlrtn en W. Pensacol No. de la Fuerca Airea. faun tecnlco

Limite uno, con una compra de $7 o mss 924, en Tallahassee, de electrdnlca. con Avtro-Systems
BODA PARA EL MES DE en N. York.

OCTUBRELos Oportunamente se dart a cono-:
espoaos Ralph Torres Jr., cer la fecha del enlace matrimonial -
D reclnos del 2204 calls Clark, aca. .
I etergente ban de anunclarie a BUS amistades PROXIMA BODA DE
QUO su hlja Jo Ann se ha com pro. LA SRTA. MCKINNONA
? metldo' en nratrimonlo' con el Sr. BUS amlstades dleron la noti-

f Leo L. Walsendorf Jr., hlJo de los cia los esposos 'Dale V. McKinnon
esposoa L. L. Walsendorf, de Cedar residents en el 4202 B Clifton
:' TIDE ARROW Rapids, Iowa. que su hlja Jean Mart se casara
PAQUETE Blanco Azul La ceremonla matrimonial se e. en tedha pr6xima con el joren JoeJ.
GIGANTE 59 PAQUETE 39 fectuara el 5 de octubre, a las Ayo, hijo de' los esposos' Joe C.
GIGANTE
c C 5:00: de la tarde, en la iglesla ca. Ayo con domlcilto en la Arenlda
< tollca. del Sagrado Corazon. 31, casa nanrero 1005.
Se graduo' la novla en la Aca. Ella se gradud en la ewouela de
,11I"" demla del Sagrado Coraz6n y es. segunda' enserVanza King y eitu-
.t...;... t.f" : N' DIXIE CRYSTALSAZUCAR tudid' en el Florida Central Cal dla en ''Ia Business University of
Jr leg*. Xteta empleada en la oflclna :Tampa ,

del fiscal del estado.EH Joe se graft u6 en 'HWlborouffb, ttudla .
novio Ie gradu6 en la eacue' en la Business Unlrersity
: : Qa de segunda: entreflanza de Cedar Tampa y es empleado de Petroleum .

Rapids; y pertenece al U. S. Packers: Inc
r Army Strike Command, tieitacado BODA PARA EL
tl 1 en la Due Aerea MacDill. "'I( 28 DE 8EPTIEMBRE

\ J:'' SODA PARA, EL: ,6 DE OCTUBRELos Contraeran matrlmonlo el 28 de
esposos Joseph T. Hernan- veptdembre, a las 7:00: de la no-
,.. des reclnoa del 307'N.. Bradford, the, en' la Igilesia flautists de PalmA
.
SACO DE ,. 'tocaban de anunciar que la" mano re nu e, la Srta. Nancy Carroll
49c de au hija. Srta Lorraine Hernan
Shields hija de los esposos Chares
j' 5 LIBRAS ,:.,. des, ha lido pedkla para el Sr. Ernest P. fibiefcte' y ell Sr, Charles
tj A. BeTlo, bljo de ia Bra, Stet. Ardlzzone, bijo de la Sra. J. E.
: Da Cello, de:Stamford, Conn., y Ardlzcone, que reside en Clear.
del Sr. A. Dello.Bsti water.

Frescamente Molido / acortlada la bod'a' para el ''La noria se gradud' en la escue:
8'de octubre' y we efectxrara en la Ja Jefferson y M empleada del
Iglesla cWtAHca' Nueetra Senora del First National' Dank.

Perpetuo Socorro. i Ardizcone se'gradu6 en la escuela
PICADILLOCARNE Ella *e gradud en la esouela Jefferson, sir rid tree silos en ulramar -
Jefferson y en el Florida) Central con ,tat fuerzas armadas

Business College ede los Estadov' Unidos y es ahora
Es emplenda Vie Jim Walter Cor. vhitente. admlnlrtrador de Top

poratlon. Value Enterprises, Inc.
DE RES Bello estudid en Stamford y esempleado COMPROMI8O AMOROSO DE
de la barberfa Sheraton. LA SRTA. ARCURI

Tampa Barber Shop.COMPROMETIDA Los espowos Vicente Arcuri, do- t,
;i Y EN mlcilladoN en el 3016 Woodrow

Libra 49c MATRIMONIO LA Avenue, anunclan quo su hlja

SRTA. PEREIRA (Pass a la pigina 4)

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TODA LA CIUDAD
39cDamos Prsparado para undue los

o : : asuntoe ,de :Tampa sobrs una
: base Eflclents, Cortls y 84Hdamente -

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a servlr en' una

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LA GACETA PAGINA 4VIERNES.

SEPTIEMBRE 6, 19(3

'r Vp Asalto y Robo

En Una Taberna:

Un negro que tenia cublerta ta

g; cara con una media y portaba una
( "conrlneente" escopeta recortiada -
le quit las cartenus a dos
Por JOHN FANNIN
m'archantes' de 8a taberna sltuada
President de Ferrell Jewelers -Uno de una Serle No. 38
'en el' 411 Dent' Palm Avenue,
nomtorados Eston Allen y William {Retcdentenrente ha sungido en las yentas una comibinaoi6a) a

Wheeler, y ee marcb& sin apre- base de DIAMIANTES 7 pertas de cultura. Hay 'tanto inheres en
mtento. las pertos de cidtura: qwe tern' vamo a dedlcar eats column;
Li aur
: Le produjo el atraco, segan lapdicia 61 uiteU ae interrogatio' a si mismo, buscando to verdad, SOMe
900. Ta dlferencla entre' las pterlas' naturales 7 las de culture aqul etUTa
conte 't'acl6n. La perk natural ea un accidente.' Cads perla encausalda
NOTAS 80CIALE8.. .
) por una. COB* y 'data pu' de ser un grano de arena o alguna,
(Vlene de la ,paglna S)
otra' materia eztrafia' que ha p. netrado en la ostra. AMa'' por la.
Grace se ha comprometMo .r oiatrlmonto -
13a centuria l loa Chinos deeicubrleron que podian lograr quo: Ia.s
con el Sr. nan el1 Jerry
ostrais creclesen perlaa y boy esto m. una gran Induvtrla'
Mikell, hijo del Sf. y Sra. Ma
Las outras' pequefias son planfattas en el mar y se lea deja a1'!
rlon S. Mikell, del 8309 Ogonts
7 Avenue. cor tin-- nertaUo da tres afios.- -- Son desMies_, .. recogidai.. abltortas! : lea'conchal
.___ media pulgada Irritante conocido por un "nu.
"' ""'m. -' -' P en una y un
< de la firma
:La novia es empleada
f la de la de la ostra Efeta oatrata
teleo" insertado en partfe carne
PARTS WITH CUBAN GROWTH-Cllnton M. J nks, 20, a Green y Co., ag ntes de Tarn es
of the group of American students who went to Cuba pa' Steamship.Miken eon puestas' en cestos hechos con alamfbres y puestag de nuevo en
the State Department ban has his Castro-like beard 15)V" slnrl6 en la marina de el agua., Las ostras' enlontoes' ediflican' capa sobre caps' de "Nacre"
In Madrid Spain. The disillusioned youth said "the alrededor de la ettrana materia eaferica. El tarn aft o de la perlaie :
Cuba never lived worse than they do now."Jenks was Gu rra de los Eatados Unldos y es
cultura depenlde del tlempo' que se le deja viva en sue lechoj
84 students who returned from the visit. Three chose to aststente Ingenlero del Marine
Este perioyfo ea actualmente de tree a sets afios.
Bank Building.'
RECUERDO IDE CUBA-Clinton M. Jenks, de 20 afios, BRENDA GAIL CtCCARELLO! El valor de ,'& perta de 'cuftura es determlnatio por el taman,

bro del grupo de estudlantea estadounldenses que fu4 a BRIAN M. BILLINQHAMEl lustre y e&tbdo de perfea 16n. La fines perlas de cufltura mayorw

pesar de la prohlblclon del departamento de Eetado, sAbado' pasado' unleron sue de 8 millnvetroa son rams' y muy costosaa. Solamente unas cuatro:

en Madrid fa barba que ae dej6 al .estllo de tides en la iglesia del Saigrado Co- 'Vie cada tien perlaa son ttcogldas para bacer un valloso !collar o,

''a.. Joven dlJo en la capital de Espafta que ".I odclando el Padre Norman ipdeza. de joyeria.
Cuba nunca vivid peer que ahora. El se encontraba SI rated ae m&ravflla acerca del valor de una perla, pudiera en-
Rogge, de la Compafiia de Je-
los M estudlantea que regreaaron de su vlslta, con gastoa _, la Srta. Brenda' Gail dcca- 'ontrarla en una ostra en la mltad de la concha, pero no se exclto
a la,Ida del Carlbe. Tres de efloa permaneeleron all*. demasiado." Usualmente no son redondas' no son Irltedicentes' y no,
j hits de los espoeo Joe O. .
del 2719 Popular Ave, tlenen ralor.
I" Medidas De ,Proteccion Contra Hu r el Sr. Brian Mark Bllllngliam, En todas las! tres Joyertas' de FERRELL tenemos una fins ee-
lecddn' de de 'ouTtura sortljas' altfleres, gargantillaa'
de la Sra. Isabel BHlingbam, perlas en y
I Kecomendadas 'Por La Defensa .
'.. I reside en 1506 Brandon Dr., colHares graduaflos Nosotroa: retfbtremos' con gusto la vlslta de us.
NUEVA YORK' Sept 4. 'La, pueden pacer mas dano i el 1 Sr. Raymond C. Billingham, ted en nuestro estabtecimlento. del distrlto comercl'al' de Tampa,

Oflclna de Defensa Civil de New t4E&ftertllce da, bafiera, ) I PUadelfla. >310 ZAIOK (edlfldlo de los Jovenets Crlstlanos) o en las: JOYBiRIAS -t

York ha( dado a la puWicldad' una teHaa, etc., y llenelas ICon Como es la costumbre el.Sr.' Wo ,FERRHLL: de los centres, de compras BRTTTON PLAZA y,,
Olsta' de '4as* precttuclones que de- pueda /beberse. 'Pudiera enterg6 a su" bus en matrl NORTH: GATE.
ben tomarse *contra' buracanes y surtldo de ague tueee \\1' "

I tuertea temporal "Ponga el automovll iFueron: los pfcdrinos los eapososSruce :
Todo material vuelto y objetoamovlbles raje o situelo lejos
tables. latas 'Para la ba postes." l con el novio. .,
I L aura muebles de portal y cocas I "derre blen las' \ Acomodaron a las senoras. y Me- ; ;

partocddas, deben ser, colocados: :I automovll." los .Sres., Eugene..Perez y QUIEN'I
Uonde no hays peligro de que scan I II "Clerre ventanas y I Girgenti.La .
roladoa fc traves de una rentana : excepclon' de tine > recepc6n! se verified en 5 el
1 II j
o contra un dWdo." est6 del ado de tionde Las Noreda4esRevMlran ,
'!Comprobar: Has' condklones' en vlento para mantener en el 2803 de la Ave- t
II Este Es El Hombre
loa ..6tanos) etc., tncluyendo las (Pan a la pigina' Woodrow. f

I Tentan )' .* a J.... .. .". -..
"Que las puertas de -low' garajes IF 1 Responsable Por
y otras puertas and'el1 los crls- REELIJA A
tales de puertas T ventanaa sean I
I aujetados de modo, que no se rareI Estas Mayores I
I van." A. T.Rollins. s -I

"Conprobar tos baterias llnter Realizaciones
j I In
t nas electrlcas, velas,lamparaa, ke- I II

roalna, etc., por si faJla la electri- i.4i !I
cidad." (1956 59)

,
t "Eiamlnar' los, ratiios portAtlles 1 '

+ para que funcionen blen." CONCEJAL ,

"Tener toachas' btirretas' serruicnos .
trabtejo POR EL Comenzd la Contruccl6n d.e la Nueva Estacl6n de Pollcia .
guantes de etc., en ,
Qugar 'a mane," .. Con truy6: '4 nuevos puentes aobre el rfo Hlllsborough.Conttruy6 .

4tLoa alhnentoa' deben ser remo- DISTRITO 1. 8 nuevaa Estaelones para el Servlclo de Incendlos.

'vldos' de cualquier Sugar' en pell- PUEDE VOTAR POR EL .. Construy6 los blares d. Parqueo; de ra CludadTConstruy6 f I

gro de ser Inundados o contain EN TODA 'LA CIUDAD' .Fairyland Park y el Parque Rowlett. !

t nados. S Removld los Patios del Ferrocarrll. de Downtown. I
"Objetos vallosos que pudleran Solamente ha perdidouna > J I
eer daAados deben ser puestos en Sesion del Adqulrld lugar para el, nuevo, Centro de Convenclones.

I un lugbr seguro." ConcilioB saValBmHMHHHV_ i HMHilaaVIt" } Adqulrl6 ef.lugar para la. Playa, Municipal. I
t. j.
"Debe faacerse' prorlBl6n de ,all- Construyd mAs.'de 37 mlllaa de aceraa para las escuelas, etc. .
mentor enlatados' y agua potableen Yo Creo En '. .. I I

lugar' iseguro! Junto,, con ,alttidores 'HONESTIDAD ECONOMIA en GobiernoDedicar HARA ESTO y' MAS 'EN 4 AMOS (1963-67) I

papel,.de cuthferas latas' platos y foBforos.y copal de todo .tlempo: a las funcibnes de' Concejal EllmlnarA la Perslstcnte' Influencla de los politicos en el De I

"Tener los automdvilles ,en ,oper.lem Que el I Cargo Publico ,ies de absoluta conf ianza y como partamento de 'Poll fa. ; !

condlc6n con el tanque lle- tal debe tratarse Aumentara la eflclencla del Departamento de Sanltacl6n, a :

no por To menos en tree-cuartaai Que ya hay exceso de "Jook 'Joints' travel del restableclmlento de la moral del empleado. EB I

''I i partes. ;, ,Comenzara, Inmedlatamente a agregar 150 camas af Hospital '
A. T. ROLLINSAnuntelo
t Cuando se di el nvlso de que el Tampa, General. :

hurac&n o
I'' las lgulentes mtldldu8! deben ser en la parte Norte de, Tampa, cerca de la Unlvenldad del
'
adopt'ad'as t.fDeben Sur de Florida. I
evitarse todoa los vlajesInnecesarioa.
." PARA EFICIEN'I, I S EllmlnarA la congestion del translto en el puente de las IslasDavis
con un vladucio que parta de la Avenlda Hyde Park.
"Loa que esten en dltklos que
I pudleran ser inundados, de'benb.: 'GO I RNQD I EnsancharA ymeJoranlal: cafes de mayor clrculaclon, deterlorodas .

cer planes para trasfladarse a otros LA CIUDAD en foe oltlmos aflos. ProveerA fciles accesos para las '
.entradaa y salldas de las expresovfas. I
mAs alto
mis seguros y en terreno -
i ,\ S ." ELIJAA p Inmedlatamente empezarA construlr una nueva Bibll6teca

Debe escucharee la radio o television : I para sustltulr la pre ente.,
ConradJohnston:
para oir los boletines del AtraerA nuevas Industrlas para crear ,mAl trabajo, en cocperaclon .
":;of.\;, Bxrt-6 del Tlempo 'y los alertas de con el Com ltd de 100.
';' la Defensa Civil avisos e tawtruc

d ne.."
"No preste ateivclon' a rumo. Concejal por el ELIJA A

res Q nottclas no com-probaaaa." i C
Distrito 7
"Brlte las playas y otros luga- NICK :
ran que; puedan ser subltamentebarrtdoajpor EN LAS ELECCIONES ,DEL NUCCIO

alas o ras de ttfar.' 10 DE 8EPTIEMBRE 199) \
\ "FonaaT UflJM en lae venUnas o Moralldad Integrldad y

cierre)'}.1sf perslanas de tempo. Efldencla en ef Ooblerno Alcalde De Tampa -
,4&a 5* B 's- I IA'U.e de la CludadAnuncio
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AFRICA ANALIZA SU LITERATURA VIERNE8' 8CPTIEMBRE 6, 19(3 LA QACETA PAQINA 5

(En la Unlversldad de Dakar 7 en bid de direction que afecta a la \lljo-para estudlar nx una rams

el Ccfleglo de la Bahia de Furah, totaltdad' ere los curson de en Ie- de la literatura trance' slno nnallteratura PROGRAMAS DE TELEVISIONWTVT

de Cudad' Libre' -Starra Leona linn superior. Este hecbo, In. afrlcana allmentada por
CANAL 13 7:30-Ifccruttnlos de las' j
Be ban cetebrado doe conferencias, dudablemente dlficll. fu* realica- la atria 7 los Jugoa de loa afrlcanoa. .
Domingo, 8 ptl mbr* 8 EOecclonev.
patrodnadas por el Congrevo por do en Dakar 7 en Ciwdad Libre. .''
9:00: A. MLa Fe de Dates 8:SO-Kxploradores' de Talento. /
la Llbertad de la Cultura, para fo- Aquellos quo tomaron parte en DeaarroTlando este tema, 10 de-
Disc.10:30Pars. 9:80: -Picture Tb(..
inentar el eetudlo de la literature la conferen turleron quo hacer fluid "como la suma total del '
EMos Puedan' 10:00 Keefe
: qua Bramefle. ArUfUs
africanfa en la eneefiansa superior.A frente a on Ver. Woody Herman 7 Delta
las: dos conferences, quo abar- en primer lugar, el concepto africano, como el manes}. de laclvflizactdn
Reese
Oo.-cim'ara: Tree.
caban t& Africa de tengua trance- de la literatim afrlcana 7prevenitAndoto negro afrlcans, quo,
12.30: -Senador Holland<< 11:25-Hong Kong "El Casado."
ca e inglesa, astotld Mis Hoes- como una opinion basada en el suelo 7 en el coraz6n
12:40: -Senador Smathers.' MKrcoUs, ptlsmbre 11
mann, que forma parte de la re- generalmente aceptabfe a los pro. de loe negroa' .e extends' hula
13:56BeiBbol.: Tlgres contra ':00 A. M.- ''The Climax.
dacci6n de la rerieta menraal' de fesores de la unlrersMad que acts Ie 1 mundo del espirltu 7 la materia, ,
Yankees '7:00 P. MTeatro deVacadon
Munich "Neu-es Afrlka".-Q. D. P.) I tian 7, segundo ezponlendo las I intentando comprendeiio, unlflcarlo -! ,
4:00-Afltln Politico.5.SO ". '(>
conklldones pr&ctioas bJo las cua- 7 ezpresarlo.
: -"La Rosa de RbyolHe.!' 7:30-EUu Las Conferencia de Dakar 7 de lea seri introductda: eeta litera Ei profesor' Mercler d'edlard' :
6:SO-Biografia. America Latlna.
Ciudad Libre, dedlcada a to. africanizac6n tura en los proffnamas de la unlrersldfcd. "'Hemos lido censurados pow ha-
7:00: -Las l*. (R) 8:80- DoMe Ofltl*. (R)
de la educac6n litera- ber eecogido el francos como me-
7SO: -Donul* La Amenasa. (R) tOo-tJeverl1: HM1bf1tea. (R)
eta en la unirersidadea del sur Dakar tue el higar de reunion tilo de ezpre i6a negro.afrlcana.
8:00-Ed: Sulllran con Peggy 9:80-Show de Dick: Van Dyke.
del Sahara, marcaran una etapa sefleccionado por los repreeentantes Mi reepueela es qure nunca hemos 10
Lee, Jose Greco 7 otros :OOArm'Stronl.f'Una Mllla
Titatt en la vida intelectual de los de la mayorla d't' Jas UnlTersi.dadea tenfldo uma preferencKa' sino que "
artlstaa. (R) Cuadrada de Baperania.
J6venea Eatados! afrl anOlS. del Africa tropical, por los bemos debfdo ewoger el fiancee 11:25 '
Rirerboat
9:30.-"lleydrle, parte I de un "Los Plratasde
Es casi InconeeblMe! que, hOT profesores de las Unlveraldades de -7 homos estado obligadoa a ha- drama.10:30What". ta Isis Oat"
todaria Grenoble Polders norelis- cerlo asi-no por el tentlmlentoirino
un eatudiante eenegaleao 7 por : my Line. Jueves, Ssptlembre 12
nigeriaao est< obtigado a dedlcarla tae de lengua franceea tales co- insisto en ello 11:35 Pelieula. "Caged. M"Q-Men" Junes
: con
mayor parte de su tlempo a es- mo Lamina! Dtoldiat, Krago Diop, z6n... Digo quo el' francee: 'ee, por Cagney. '.

tudiar las cartas de Madame de Sheikh Hamidou Kane, Sembene ezcelencia: la lingua' d
Sfael y la poeeia d ( )
en sue palsea exlste ya ana lite- brahlma' Sourang (todos del Senegal guido, un" lengu_}e bello, claro 7preclso. Glory". 9:00: -The Twilight' Zone. (R)

ratura' afrloana traditional 7 mo- ), Camara Lays (Guinea), Programas regulares de Junes a 10:00-Los Deteotires.: (R)

derma, cuya complejidad y riqtrexa Thomas .M lone (Oamferun), Nazi (Continvari' ) Tiernev.' Puleo, notidas de 5:80: a 11:25-Cain's: Hundred.

aumenta cada dfe. No es menos Bonl (Alto Volta), TcMcaya U PLEITOS Y DIVORCIO8Beatris 6:30: lunee a riernes. .

lamentable para. el futuro de ,Africa Tamil (Congo), Ezequlel Mphah- A. Vazques contra Jo- 7:00: P, M-PelJcula. "We Were Vtsrnts, ptlembre 13 'r

que su elite intelectual este lobe (Sudifrlca), que escribe en seph M. Vanjuez, dlTordo; abogado Strangers"0:00"Verano 9:00: A. M.-"The Pathfinder,"

tan mal Informada sobre su' pro- ingles 7 por critlcos[ famosos tales ; demandante' Mario N. Hence : en Nuera York." peflloula. .

'jrta literatura aunque de eats des- como Armand' Ctaibert (Pa- Rosetta P. Puentes contra Pe. 10:00: -Password. 7:00: p, M-Paracatdf.

cuido se cuTpara' probablemente, 1'0'1)' Ulll Deter< (Ibadan), Gerald ter Puenlea, divorcio; abogado de. 10:30: Mr. Lucky.11:26Roaring 7:80: -Rawhide. (R) Ir1. :

a la actual orientacidn de la en. Moore (Makerere) 7 JaSrabeinsJahn mandante R. F. CrlbbB. : t0'.. 'E1 Secreto ::30-Ruta 66. (R) .oja

aenanza seoundarla 7 unlrersita. (Alemania). Monlque M. Lan ''ea contra Billy del JuesH. 9:30: -Alfred Hitchcock.': ,(n)),if '

rla. i lEn una gran biblioteca de Durante ta leel i6n de aperture, W. Lanklefl, dlrorcio;t abogados 12:25: -Pollvra' de Carr' en I, 10:80: -Retrato. -I',

Dakar, '"El nlfto negro", de Ca- el profesor Roger Mercfer, de' la demandante Masfartane, Ferguson tense. a viera..... 11:25: -Checkmate. .4''

mara Laye, ha lido colocado en Facultad de Literatura de Dakar, 7 otroe. Maries, ptltmbre 10 8Ab.do, Ssptlsmbre U, K

la seccion de Mstorla pollciacaa. hizo un estudlo biit6rico 7 analltlco Mattie L. Flowers contra Her 9:00: A. --"Knockout," con 8:00: A. M.-Mary EJll n. .-

La consecuencia' de todo esto es de }a literatura afrlcana M. man Flowers, mantenlmiento; fiscal Anthony Quinn y Cornel I 9KX:( -.Capltln Kangaroo. ',: ,

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Ii I ( :Medicos Que Necesitan Los Pafses Sub- Subio El Costo De Dice La Prensa, PAQINA .6. LA QACETA
VIERNES, 8EPTIEMBRE 6, 1963
if Desarrollados Empleados Este Pais La Vida En Julio So viatica i Que China

I NUEVA YORK Sept. 4. El I genda arriba nuendonada, dijo) q. WASHINGTON, Sept. 3. El Desea La Guerra

$ Dr. Edward O'Rourke official! de I el 9 por dento, vnos 20,000 m di-! Inttlce de Preclos del Consume re.
I MOSCtf, Sept. 4. Los diarlos
Qa Agenda para Desamftlo Inter cos quo ejercen en loi Estados U- vela otro aumento en el mes de
revlsta de la Unl6n ;Bovl&ticattontlnuan
o: aadonal disertando ante los ad- nidos son graUuado de escuela Julio el segundo en dos meses. y atadando a la China Comunfsta .
mlntotradorea doe hOl'pItaJ1'es de es. de medicine del eutranjero.Agreg6 .
Comblnados los auraentoa' de Ju- : y mantlenen que el go.
te pais 0e reflrl6 a los medicos que 15 por ciecto o m&s el montante de 9/10 .
nlo y Julio es Memo dlrigldo{ por Mao desea la I
de natcionea subdesarroWaida Que de uno en calla slots medicos. de
de 1 pot dento, el mayor avanceen guerra.
eon entrenados en los Eetados U- loa Batados Uridos' mAil de uno
y I' de dos mesee'en los '
un periodo China ee opone al tratado: que I
Tifdoa y Oeopufti sirven para enorir coda trey de los "staff" de los
L_'_ "'........_ en ultlmos cuatro anos. prohlbe las pruebbs nwclearea y
plazas d. mddicos vu lee "uw"- saran
nowpltales amerlcanos en
El aumento 'en Julio Begun el esto se vlene deatacando por la
pltales norteaimerlcanos.' trenados en el extranjero en los Departamento de Labor flegd a la propaganda sovl'tlca en la Ami
Esos medicos son ntflizados a- .
'tafias devenir.Despuds .
por mitad de 1 por den to. Bsio eleYael rica ,Latina, Africa y Asia.n .
necesarlo
cuando enSue
qul son muy
se Ueg6'a la conclu16n fndlce a 107.1 comparado con Italia' Palmlro ToglJatU, II.
pobres' paises ,de origen.Desciibi6 '
de que permanecietfdo! aqul la base de 100 de los afioa 1957 der de los comunlstas Itailanos
un, redente riaje con
los medicos tfenen mayore ventajad 69. apoya los puntoa de vista de Ru-
vistas ala. esouela de medlclna -
economlcas que trabajando) sla dice el J "escudo nuclear"
r hospltales aijul 7 en el ex- Slgnifica veto que una tlplca famllla y que
en los paises donde noderon y es- de la cludad pag6 $10.71 en I sovi6tdco baeta para proteger a

I\ tranjero.''''E'n la mayor parte de eras etsttraelas ,tudlaron.' julio por lo que hublese comprado todos los paises l socialistas.El .

adqulrl el semMmiento' de La American Hospital Association con $10 en el J periodo 195759. secretario ejecutivo del partklo .

quo estamos entrenando demasla- celebr6 una convenci6n de 4 Durante esos dos meses solo dos Comunista' de Colombia opine -

dfas en el Coliseo, astetlendo unos productos bajaron sue precios los Irresponsible la aotitud
do a loa Internes, para el trabajo) que ea
.quo tienen qua hacer. 12,000 medico y 6,000 aklminlstra- zapatos y los aiutom6vlles.' del J goblerno de Pekln en cuanto

.r ,El Dr. William B. Sdhatfrath' dores de hospices e instttuclo-- Los allmentos fueron subldos' de al tratado que prohlbe las pruebas

I doctor 'en fllosafla' Jefe de la ... nes rteladonadate con epos preclo en Julio y, eeto se atribuye nucleares.'
I
a la sequia que dlsmlnuyera lavcosed
Un bidet comunista de Checoes-
I ; PROGRAM DE TELEVISIONn I ')** d'e' ledhugas y tomates. lovaquia' sostlene que la posid6n

La carne de puerco aumentd en de China es antllenlnista.'
( A* la. T>i1na B) Mattes.. Seotlsmbra 10
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5 por ciento y tamble'n las carnes Izrestia, 6rgano del goblerno So.
> Hare Gun, Will Ti-aftl. l:30The: ( Stfn Trumpet. ,
DISTURBED HIM-
NOBODY
,\ Ounsmoke. 6:30-Bourbon Street. de ganado vacuno. viet, pace pocos drat companS a Flying from Loa Angeles,

; 11:35-Pellcula. "The, Big, 8:30: -Hawaiian ''Eye.. (R) Tambl fueron aumentadOB los pos jefes de da<< China Comunlata' Call. to Stockholm Sweden,

1 Sleep" 9:30-Los Into' >oabl' s. (R) preclcra de las manzanas, los hue- "con' tales agresores' y vlllanos' to start a European exhibition )t
I. :" 10:30-ts: Deteotires. vos frescos y refrescos, como Oenglhls' Khan Napoleon Bo. tour world heavy .
;: W8UN CANAL 38 boxing champ Sonny
naparte y Adolto' Hitler. weight
l1'OO-.NotJIcla.;
',,I .;, Domingo, Septlembre' por Murphy, "Pekln ha violaido las mss ele.mentales Liston snoozes and not even !
lunes vlernes.Mlereoles .
a wife behind him woke
Las his ( )
a' Revocadas
10:00-a111dren'lt: Bible Story. leyes de las relaclones
I him The photo was taken
Septlembre 11 up. .
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't! r'''' '1UOO-Sagrado Corasbnr1:00biospltai .. I : : D':.;. Internadonales: ," Begun F, Kos during a stop in Copenhagen.
lcenclaa
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1.80Troeno 1e. Noche.
811 -
t 11:30-"El' Dra que la' VtdaComlenxa. nevnlkov profesor de derecho.
'Eetretlas."Erplosl6n. NADIE LO MOlESTO-En vu.
." 6:30: ( JHora de "Bares"La
." Dos "Mutuamente aceptado prlnciploU jo desde Los Angeles, Callfor

I, 12 1:00: :Oo-.oomp-Lira Americana. de Fufbofl. 7:30-.Wagon: ,Tratn. semana parada: el Sr. Rich. en las relaclones Internaciooalea -. nla, a Estoeolmo,, Sueela, para
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New York en "Boston. '8:30: -Ctolng My Way (R) ard Keating, director de bebldasalcoholteas fueron siem-pre. groseramen empezar una tournee' de exhlblclon .
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4:00: Sbow del' Domingo; 10:00-Cludad al Desnudo. (R) ) del estado, revoc6 las te 'vlolados POT los mLa vlolentos el_ eampeon de boxes de

"Exduslvo 11:25: -"El Oaso Donald Damon.. Ifcendas de doe bares"( Savoy agresores 7 vfllanoa tales como peso pesado. Sonny Llston dor.imfo .

6:00 Star Performance.Chicago.' Jueves, Septltmbre 12 :Lounge del 1118 Grand Central Attila' el l Rey de loa Runes; las y nl si esposa (detras dedl
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tt I "Hombre Mundano." 1:30: -+("Hombrea Contra LaVelodd y Club Sudan 1011 Central Ave Cruzadas; Oenghla Khan el Du I) lo despert6. La foto fu6 to-
t primero emplear un
t. 6:30: -Teatro 38. ''El Retorno. flues por
.8:00: -La, Ley 7 Mr. Jonea. 6:30: -Qugarfoot. menor de edad y conttucta desor. parada en Copenhague. "

i 8:30: .-.Pelleula. "The' Magnificent 7:30: Ozrle y Harriet (R) ) klenada y al segundo' por servlrdicores
PLEITOS V DIVORCIOS
'U.41 I Seven." ,8:00: -Donna Re' d. (R) a menores de edad. DefuncionesSRA. I
LaVltia J. Springer contra Ro.
I I 10:30: Crisis de toe DerechosCivile 9:00: -Mis Tres HIJos. (R) Jolly Roger 400408 :Tampa FRANK MIRABELLA de bert C. Good fel1 ow. dafios y perJuldos .
9:30 La 'Marina de McHale.
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16n 15
*. Bay Boulevard suspen de 69 afioa, vecino del 49171 Spring ; abog"ado' ) demandante Ray.
Alto
10:00-Alcoa "Sovla Sepia
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tiiaa servlr Pine ab.
Lunet, Stptlembr 9 por a menores. Lteke Drive failed el Jueves de monk Sheldon..

"; ',I Pro am'l\"' 'Re&11<
J 1 i 'r 14'.r Vlernes,, 20-"El.: 'eabbdy Case." WdlllamVlernes .r "desofdenada!, John., Luis. Data' local' y BU edti.rfobs .
l6:30-,Jacls La Lanne. f : mo, el dtfefio.' .. saliendo el cortejo fune- dlvorcloI .

,t 11:00: -El Predo ,Es Justo. Septlembre 13' Shanty Hogan'a Bar Madeira' : bra, a las 2:30 de la table de la

::1 '1 General 1:30: -"Testlgo Fal o'" Beach, $300 de ,multa par server a capflla '''de Maratcano Funeral' I

i:1:30: -"Shock Ware.' 6:30: -Pelicufa.'' "Hombre de menore y vlolar la ley contra las Home. 4040 Henderson Boulevard I

S2:65: -Idea Howard! y flaanotlclas. Colorado" loterias; Jackson Mlnlt Markets para el cementerlo ,Myrtle Hill. O- Mary Jorge

9:00: -Dickens y Fenster. (R) Inc., Plant City, multa de $225 fld6 en la ceremonla religiosa' el I

45:00: P. M.- two.,Alta 9:30-77: Sunset Strip. (R) pot servlr a mfenores; St. Petersburg Padre' Larkin de la Iglesla cat6- I III

!t I'', Arentura,'" tunes'\a vlernea 10:30: -"Consplracldn de Aerll 2616 Fraternal Or. llca Crfsto Rey. Le sobreviven. un of

:5:30: -Retorno de Amos'N'Andy SHendo." den de Agullas, $250 de multa y hljo) John S. Mlrabella, en West II III

,e,. lunes a Tlernes. 11:20-Pes ldiUa. "La Novia de' 15 diaa de suspen 16n, por juego; Hempstead Long Island' : N. York; CarrollwoodBeauty

: 6:30: -El Dlputado. Frankenstein.' .' Crystal Bar Zephyrhiais<< $200 de una hija Srta. Constance Mlrabella I

7:30--Jim Backus SAb.doc. Septlembre 14 multa' par servlr. y consumir des. en Miami; ors' hermanos' ,

)I', t 1 17:30-bas: Dakotas. (R) 0:00: -Bongo Dad'ler..1I.. bow"para pues de la hora. 'Mike, James y Charles Mlrabella' ; Salon

M'' r, 9:00: -|Que le ha Sucedldo a 21.l' nines.10:30Teatro Por vender a desfhoraa fueron tree hermanas Srta. Mary Mira.
I!' JlealezaT : de Aventuraa., impuestos' los siguientea castlgos: I 'bella' y Sras. Rose Carastro y

jlO:00: -Ben Casey, nuera' sorbs 2:00: -Bugs Bunny. Three-C Tavern, 13604. Nebraska Grave E. Brooks y dos nletos. Car. ph. 935-0474

l' ill:20-Posta 8n ,San Francisco, 3:00: -Barry Sullivan en 10 dfas' de suspension; Sea: Baron el sarc6fago los Sres. Frank

r lunes a vtornes. (Pass a la paglna 15) Shell Tavern, 203 E. calle 22,, $250 Mlrabella Sam Mlrabella AndrewI.

,, I j -- ---- ------- -._- de multa y 12 dtaa de suspension; Brown Sam Carttatro! Tom 10229 I

.j.ji 1+31 l Ranfho' Bar 3411 W. Columbus' ,Cardlnale' y Frank Spano.

i PARA HONESTO Y Drive $250 de multa y suspene6n Lake Carrollwood ,

AGRESIVO LIDERATO de 15 dlas; Esquire Club, LEA LA QACETA

2309 N, Dale Babry: multa de -- --- -

: VOTE y ELIJA A. $500 y a'an afio a prueba; Trout r

Hole Fishing' Camp St. Petersburg ELIJA A i

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VIERNES, ptIF 1- ] I LAS OPINIONES DEL DR. ILLIA (

I Por Horaelo Daniel Rodriguez dad de' varies partldoa prorladae

I (En el comptejo panorama argen- de eacasa: repreeentacida (no
I II tlno las elections presidfenclalee ma* de' 25 dlpuiados sobre et to.

W. .L. ( ) del 7 de Julio seftalaron an candidate tea de 173 bancas). EB evMente q.

y un program Que obturomis la aprobaclon de las leyes requerl-
:I de doe millonea treeclentoe ra la union de tree parUdoe co

12 A mil votos: et' doctor' Arturo Illia.dc mo mlnlmo en cada oportunldad

Unl6n Chrlca Radical del Pue- y, para e3o 1a UCRP debera ad-

Wo. Qulen fuel acompafiado' pot mklr compartlr el peeler o un sec

don Carlos II.. Perette como Vice- tor de' bate
\ P'I'"ld'e1Ite.' !.1 15 de Julio manture una con

\ El Dr. nita es de Cdrdoba y Perette rersac6n de 90 minutes con el

(Anunclo I es d'G' Entre Rios, lo que los doctor Arturo IHlia. El sagas cau-
I II ublca en la gran prorincfta argen. dildo cordobe hire a grand rasgoa -

Una. Los ra'dicalea del pueblo e- una xpoalcldn ere tvs prop6.

I : s, fectuaron la campafia pre Idencla1 altos gubernamentalee eobre lot

Permlta que con el lema: "Venga vamot.Pdngale temaa! de la palpi bant, e actualtdad
\ I II '] el hombre al pa fa." El Dr. argentina que pueden orlentar,

I I Alfa que no obtuvo la mltad nits mAl quo cualqulera otra consMerBc6n -
; uno de los electores exigfdoa por acerca de carat aera la naturaUeta -

I Le : la ley electoral, debld recurrlr a del gobterno radical. del
: Su allantas con otros partldos para puebdo. La ainteslfl de rue' oplnlonea

No es w obtener' el veredlcto del Coleglo es la siguiente:

1 I Electoral. jCdmo ea 7 quo piensa Las Eleeelents:

ABIERTO I el Dr. Illia, recien electo como El pueblo dlemoBtr6 una gran
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' HASTA .Presld nte de la Republic Argentina manures. Be ban auperado IM dltflcultadea .
i PERU SIGNS NUCLEAR TEST BAN TREATY-The limited nuclear ? preeleotoralea.' Argentina .
! EN ; teat ban treaty la signed at the State Department In Washington eatA ante una nubs poslbUl.
3223 I I D. C., by Peruvian Ambassador Fernando Bercke- Duranle nits de hers y media el
dad creadora, Ilemoa aventado el
i Ii meyer. Watching la Arturo Garcia minister counselor at pr6ximo primer mandatarlo arrenino -
Ubu' de 1 los Totos en bianco-el
.' . . the Peruvian Embassy. haM6 con nuestro colaborador'
PERU FIRMA EL TRATADO QUE PROHIBE LAS PRUEBAS loraclo Daniel) Rodrlguei para E1 poe-ronfemo--que, .e miponta eran
j' El 7 convtt-
44 NUCLEARES-Er acuerdo que limits las prueba nucleares es Mundo en Eapanol. Las oplnloneserpu Innirperabres. e Julio

1 : flrmado en el l Departamento de Estado en Washington, D. C., sta. por el Dr. Illla abarcan tuye una rerdadera revoluc6n.Amnlitla .

J per el Embajador del "Pero, Fernando Berckemeyer. Observan- en stnteale los dlversos problem General:
: : do aparece Arturo Garcia, Consejtro d* la Embajada del P.ro.Lb politicos econ mlcol. soclales e In. Mt prhnfera medlda de goblernora '
enrlar a las cimaras un proyecio -
ernaclonalea los debera
: a que
: hacer frente su goblerno. S. D. P.) de ley de ampJla amnlstia
: : general.' De ella ee xclulria .&1o a
,
1 -0--
las personae au>eta a proceso 0
La. UCRP (Unidn Civlca Radical
: Plan de : corideiva' por dellto comune.
del Pueblo) HevarA candlato -
sue
0 que P.rAn, Frondlzl' y Frlgerlo:
: Nada AI :
al pod'er' en la Republlca Argentina i
Ed regrcMo de Peron em asuntode
CA deberi constderar a
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7 Aos : Peron. En nlngun momento fuel
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riesgo de soportar una tntfenaa' Instabilldad
: : expu1 ado del pals stno que *e fuporquie
: derlrada de su falta
P.I qulra, deli m1 mo mOdo po-
:
1' de control de lu c6.maru-.ta ne-
: :drA. Tdrer. SI tlene deukl'a' con la
cesldad de un goblerno de coals.cidn
justlcla comun es un probtemaqua '
esenclalmente transacclonal.!
no'atafte a1 Poder BJecutlvo.
; Todo b'ace suponer Que deberi.
: Le dames poca importenda, a Pe-
derlvados
veneer fuertes escollos
: De Dfa: : 12 Years of Service With Dignity District de la formacl6n mental de BUS dlIgentet. r6n. La turo en su momento 7 por I
MO }luobamo Pero eetlmo que,to
Acoetumbrodos al regimen

: Despues :: City Wide 3 electoral de mayorias 7 mina 'liemos superado como p>roblema.En .

: North (Paid Political Adv.) rise, qua' otorgaba la totalldad del cuanto a Frlrerto y Ftondlil,

---- poder al partldo obtuviera un cualquler argentine puede vivre
r Clt't que
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: i voto nits que BU opoaltor y qua' pate en et DO
: VOTE y ELIJA A ---------------1 quirocad' m' nte aiociaban en .grade la ConvtltwcI5n 7 tws l.yes. (j

forma_____ imtiaoliityte con___ fid DrlnciDlo I Puerzaa Armada.:
. . Anna M. Denham Ls Fuer-
del voto secreto y obligatorlo ea. Dlremo claramente:

I Miembro de la Junta abtecido en 1912 par el presiden- cat Armadas no podrin inmUoulr.e .
loe ere la Republi-
te Sa.nz Pefia, dlficilmente po- en probtoma
II Electoral Municipal r&n adecuanre con rapid ex a lot ca", porque la Contltucl6n flja

I anteos derirados de la repreeen'aclon mOl podere eompe't ntea. MI go.
5
Grupo '' propordonal. ... blerno' In.U'tu'clon'al1K.A' Its Fuer- I

wNCrs I Ella conoca las neeesldades del Pueblo y pro. 3' La CAmara de Drputadoe con- sac Armada" 7, olara Y erpecifl-
curara que los llbros del Reglstre Electoral. I tart con cerca de 20 Moquea co. camente, fljari toe limlte del poder -
donde los cludadanos/
pongan puedan Insert
los del ;
civil EJ4rc o.
blrse con prontltud. I rreopondlentes a otros tanto. par. 7
I (Anunclo Politico( Pagado Lidos, que podrin ereotualmentereduclrse Ley d* Asoclaclones/ .profeslonalesi
La( Ley de Aaoclaictones Prefe.
a 15 tl ve logra la unlICual I
AUTO elonale (que reglcla cobra la organleadon >
01 1 reconoctmlento de
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lo* slodlcatov par parte del 1 Beta.

do. 7 ha ldo Inrpugnada por la '

Ford- r 1 :: ,? w OtT como atentatorla/ de la '11-

Transmislon ,, :; bertad' die .agremlacl6n'No se pueide)nWdlBtcar no terlmodlfloada.
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DICK ,: :debe' fumar?i ,; :;&Mil': tic*. Toda 'futtrza' que' se'ajuste aHa

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PINTURA '' ;f;; para actuar.

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I.i. Kent.coneh'iltr..MICftONIT 'Anuflaremos.las contra to* por de-
efrecebala'ncVi : '$:i:. .
y "Dejeme :/ '> '" $ ? creto, el 1 mlsmo procedlmfento
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Tel foDo f.S"::!'"' maslado(, ,,tales enairf'ai okradiretCjbn{ ; ;' 't'.t,flltrcr,?r> kj o *e renegoclan e.o* con

Calle 15 y ";'t:>;;:.;: -.il'Mfcronttesreuftadode( ': ; 'las InvetttgElonesLorifard /. :;: rato tranaformindoto en con.v'enlos .

Y" ? fue;d $arroHado para.obtener.ef! fT'Nej' | t : ; de locacion de obra..
( resultado: t ,en. f la. filtraoi6nl,: Eso,es oJ48Cef| / ;'pert f/1| nverslon*:

;sfiT f (olvdarque"el',verdadero placer.en, .elfumar,1 1conlieva'atlfaccfdn Loa inrerslonhrta deben apren-
Preciosas. :
Postales .'): :" ?ti garrlHo$'con'filtro'((0 sf no"Ja,hate nojcre; gue. .f',:' ;' qua e* pvrferlble barer la* cnwa*

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Para una fumada suave '
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f KENT
'i sabor que satisface filnia..n. otecMr4e.>ingun otro. .pate,del mundo -podria.

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PAGINA 8 LA GACETA
LOS HERMANOS HOLTON
I
VIERNES, 8EPTIEMBRE 6, 1983
(Contlnnacion) -|Data Men, ass i que tendr-emos'
; Duvalier Suapende Dan se puso fo pie furioso y qua fajarnos con etlosl! Ouintos b #

.; Todos Loa Articulos maldlctendo amargamente. El ca- crees td quo se atrereran a venlr

.1 e De La ConstitucionQue ballo babia buMo espantado basta Tenemos rides y municiones, (not v r a,
I varies metros de distancla, donde Aqul lea sera povlble sorprender.noa .

No Respetaba p rmanecia rellnchawlo quejom- jnoT De todos mOdos, no ran 1 kL -" '. 'U' '411 Y114'1,
PORTAU-PIUNCH; (Haiti, Sept. bro amente. Dan recog6! una pte- a venlr. Ahora, antiando jVamosf'
3. Todd foe' artleulos de laConstHiucl6n dra y la Ianz6 con todas sue fuer- Caminaron conduclendo al ca d'w
I de: Haiti fueroa auspendidos zas contra eft Franco del animal.La ballo. Dormian por turn'os' antes r +

la' emana antepaeada: por punteria de Dan Holton' fu4 del amanecer.. Cuando al final del t 4a a ,k'r
los legisladorea haitlanos' al ser plasma y adem&a ell caballo sa es. eegundo' die no vleron weal al- 4 of
I Tlclo del PresVdente! Ftfancois Du- taba movlendo Ug -- --- -- --- -- ------
Ttefller. le peg6 en la cafta.jNo a creer flrctfemeate quo no
'Los nuevos poderes conctedldosal seas tmb6d11..1-comen I los seguian. Al anochecer del ter-
< Dictador: por un periodo da ail e6 a decir Harry Holton.Dueno cer dla ya sa sentfan abvolutamen
meaea y por tddo el Uempo quo el maUdfto. animal me te seguros d'8 ello. 1 3 ,
J Ie venga en gangs, Ie arrebatan al tiro dlfo Dan. iVe esta cantimplora Pero tenian que preocuparse' por ? tom

pueblo todoa BUI derechos chiles ? lEst racla I Cuando otroB probQemas mis graves. El
7 tambi n sue proplettades. ma solo quedara un sorbo en ella. calor era Jncreible. Durante los ew
Dos miembroa de la'' comlslonuomferada ,....Volvld a blasfemar, halandcrtrelmente tres dias la llanura habla aMo como M JJftY'l
$
por la' DBA, Oalo Deo. una de las orejas del un inflerno. La tierra eataba o 4

ro, del Ecuador, donde la "mlllr. caballo para sublrse en la slfia-. reseca y en todas direcdon se
tarada' se robd el poder beta jVaya qu6 suerte fremos' tenldoSlgamos extendfa( blanquecina y caklnadabaJo
J>ocas aemanas, y Roberto Lima adeflante.Lanz6 el aol implacable.
.
de El Salvador, se enouentran a- un escirpHaJo sobre el rep. Cuando deepertaron al cuarto

qu(. til mu Los otroa doe ertin' en Santo Pero no habian avanzado mas dun alimentos para una comlda mis: Rtr "

Domingo, capital del' pate donde paso cuando Dan se deturo otra carne $eca, qua aiunentaba' la sed. .
ahora bay libertad para la cliidadania. vtez.' En esta oportuntdad no bias Al nocUaceh' vieron que cast no .w- : cto
p.
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fem6. Salt6 a tierra cast lleno de lea quedaba Bgua. Qulzas' la quin- J Y14W 4 Rk' '

Haiti acuea a la Republic Domi. panico. ta parte ,de la cantlmplora! conte-
nlcana d'8' haber' organltado y eaul- -;Qu6 demonloa ? nta ado el predoso HquMo y el' x+e.
pado loa hombres que entraronel Dan se arrodni6 Junto al remo caballo lo' neceeltaba mi q. elloa.
5 de agosto en su terrltorlo. dtolantero' tferecno del' caballo. EI -No beberemos' mugs duo
+ Los dos mlembros de la' Corn! animal relinch6 de dolor ouando Dan-. Si queremos llerar at otro
s6n! conferenciaron con Adrien el bandido trat<$ de levantarle la tado la plata el aqua tiane que
Raymond, sub-aecretarlo de rela- pate *ser para el caba 10.

cfones exteriorea, porque el ml- Dan Hollon palideci6 y se irgru6! Harry nada dUo. HAPPY ENDING IN SIGHT-Happy, weary rescue workers re. I
nistro, Rent Cnalmera, ee encuen. para enfrentarse a su b' rmano Ha At aulnto___ __ dta____ 61 u sot___ oarerfa._"____. _m&nindemente lax after news la flashed that a 12-inch drill had broken
into the earth chamber ,308 feet underground, where two
tra en loa Bstados UnMol.Jill try. an. Como una bola
miner had been trapped nearly two weeks In a coal mine at
-Bsa pled1"eCltadljo-, a jDlosmio incandescente colgaba del cielo Sheppton, Pa. The two trapped men bad been in communication
i
I Boda Del Antepatado VlernedEn mlUares d I ,, )la' oflcina del* conocido nota- piedraa contra caballoa espanta los ojoe. third miner aim trapped by the caveln but separated from
Jill rlo Sr. Candido Pares contrajeron dos, y una pledredta: chlqulta' como Contlnuaron! caminando. the other two. was unknown.

,I matrimonio el 1 viernes de la aetna- sea, jEsti fracturadat! aLa Para entonces el grupo de home FELIZ DESENLACE A LA VISTA-Contentoa, los agotados
{ na antepasaida, la simp<lca) Srta. pata del maldito animal eata par. fore que lei segulan las hueTlas trabajadores descansan ,despu s de anunclarse que una per.
t I Joaeflna Mary Oapac y el Sr. Daniel tidal! liable reanudado la per ecucf6n fonac6n! de 12 pulgadas habfa llegado 308 plea bajo tierra has.

,n! 1 i Feraandes Bacarte.Amlstade Mlratwi al caballo eatupefacto. y proristos de nn carret6n, mulas y ta donde dos mlnerea astaban atrapados deeds hace cores de
f\ I de los contrayentes aterrorizado. allmcntos. Viajaban de nooha sola- dos semanas en una mlna de carb6n en Sheppton, Penneylva-
1 presenolaron la cer monia. Firaa.fron Harry se deemontd.' Conrprob6 mente. Durante el' die los hombres nla. Los doe hombres habfan ettado en comunlcaclon con los

a el acta nwtrimonial en''' call- 10 sucedldo y entonoes se TolTi6bacia y loa anlmalea dormlan y descan del restate durante sass largas horas. La suerte da un tercer
f'I I dad de tetftlgos los eaposoa Joe y su hermano. Databa furioso: saban a la sombra de laa Jonas qu'e' mlnero, tambl n a tra pado por el derrumbe, pero aeparado de
Rosa Hernandes. -I jEalfiptdo mafldlto, no podfaa tend Ian. Los Holton no podian los otros doe, se desconoee.GREAT .
U f Machos regalos reclbleron algunos haberte montado sobre eat bestlaIn verbs, pero tontamente iban a- .
de gran valor. tenet que matartat! Ahora II cortando la dtetanda que loa se-

,:''t EstaUleceran su, resldencla en I IW qua estamoa en aprMoaBsta paraba de los fugitlroa.Oontinuari VALUE !
U el '3203 de'' la calls FieTder, don. -| blen, esta blenf Toda.'' ( )

i' -" .de recibiran,! opcrtunamente a cue via lleramos buena ventaJa a eaa MILD AND MELLOW
Para Majorca ResultadosAnfinclese
_mi.tad ell. gente. Qulzia nl siquiera se ban
Lea deseamoa feUcidad.' d'ecldldo'' a seguirnoe Cargaremos en La Gaceta
toda la plata en tu caballo y cami- TELEFONO 248.3921
UNA ENTREVI8TA. .
(Viena de la pAglna 7) naremos.
lI.a revolution culxana' tug tral- -jQu6 haremc qua?
A ''Ctona"cta. No se him da' edla' unarerolucida -Va me olate replied Dan BAIRD MM

I : americana, ;al estflo d e I raalhumoreado. 8e dirlg16 hasta elcaballo
tae: de Costa Rica, Mexico 0 Venezuela berMo, z&t6; las alforjaiWenas Mobile Homes
comb esper&bamoa noso.tros de plata y las soloed encl.

: ,stab que se 'rcdujo* a J la Imp ma de la carga quo' ya Heraba la Inc. 11+Iool s

tact6n ,da: tin regimen ex'tranjero.Frente caballgadura de Jarl7Amrr.- 6307 Nebraska Ave fasxar
la bien mientras
al continental mato a este mat.
probtema MATTINOLY &
dlto animal! LARGE SELECTIONOF MOORE _
que constltuye, aottiaremoa con- -pero su mano no liego _
forme a extraer el J rer61rler. Pen. STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY
a una actltutt adoptaida por
I 'YrlgoJen: Durante 1 la primes Ou' s&ndolo bien, dejemo que eatamaldito Mobile Homes
rra Muntilal, el Uruguay ae Y16 ufra. jQu 1 sutra blen por AGED FULL 5 YEARS
(amenatado por rrupoa de aOanisv lo qua ha hec'hoTolYI6! a escu- New and Used $125

dee reaMentea en eaDaJdWs! suraftos plr y se aleJ6. dot' calballo. All. Sizes All Floor Plans AND ONLY Half-Pint
\del BrasH Harry, quo ataba la plata a BUcabaVo ...
que pretendlan crear 8.10.12.20 Wides -- -- _
mlraba fljamente a BU
un clima subTersiYO' para obtener I
hermano.jPor. FROM $500 UP ,
la aahtest6n de era pats a la bell&erante Recuerde y Honre a los Seres
Queridos
A Floor Plan Price and
i
Afemanla. Uruguay pre : qua rayon me mlras asif4ndag6 :
gwoit6 a Yrlp yen qui actltutt' .- Dan->. jOrees acaso que : Size for every Family need. Que Han Desaparecido I

I doptarla' la Argentina y este r spondi6 lo hkw adrede? jA I lo mejor fui yo : .Satisfied Customers...Have : Visits Nuestra Rfagnffica Exhibldon: de Monumentos

: "Ayrrdar m m al gx>bier,! qulen puce ee a nl'PlentehI./ jehTOamlnarl : built our business" I : B vedas y Mausoleos, en 2116 Laurel St. West Tampa.Atendemos ,.
no uruguayo y enriatemo bomT -( exclamd Harrycon : Shop In the cool of the evening i
1 >refl. tropoa y todo lo necetnarlo amargura. Por lo menos tar : OPEN TIL! 9 P. M. I Todas las Ordenea Con Prontltud y Cort.lfat t
'contra los ubT' tanemoa una timplora.' Pero :
Hubiera preferldo' que Cuba no i SAT., 8 to 6. SUN. 1 to 6 i
I callers d'e la OEJA, para qwe re naiuralm'ente. whore. noa alcanssrLn J PHONE 233.1631 I' LTT1kL
vlera obllgaida) a cumplir con los < mmtmmmmtmswwREELIJA
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compromises de la organlsacidn.Ml -- --
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unica duda al respecto radlca --- VAULT & Nu
I .en saber si en el momento en que A tN,
fug expulsada ya babta anna ex the tauen Brun
/ 'tmcontinentales en au t'errltorlo.t iAMMjrloagla

t ANTHONY J. SPOTO, DougWest Tel fono 2556281MANUEL'S t

M. D. -
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the reopening of
. offices for the practice of Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat..
402 HYDE PARK AVENUE '
G I Corner of Hyde Park and
DeLeon St.

9 Hours A.M.:.9 12 A.M.6 Noon Thurs.P. M. *Dally Sat Concejal Por El Auto Upholstery
Phones 253-9751-253.5482
Distrito 5LE'HA -: MANUEL S. FERNANDEZ, Prop. :_

I TELEFONO 2 3.3219
SERVIDO BIEN
" j ;WHITE HOUSERESTAURANT Y ES.'t PRESIDENTE l TAPIZADO DE AUTOMOVIL T8AOAVO D* CARROCERIA

. i I l :Tratamos de Complacer y Particularmente
i DEL AYUNTAMIENTO Deseamos

THE HOUSE OF GOOD FOOD : (nuncio 'Politico Pagado. r I f : E1.Negocio de Ybor City y West Tampa

Franklin! at, Henderson. I 901 NORTH HOWARD
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Gravd eventi si preparano I i1. LA RAGIN ALIANA VIERNES, 8EPTIEMBRE 6, 1183

la sc na mondM) e, per comma che si riferi ce ails valreiza del

fortuna si tratta dl erenti positlTl. genera umano. :

.' 81 alia rlgllia dl un accor- LA PACE II vecctolo contadlno che guts \ '

do per la fine deg<<1 esperlnVentlnutitearl la URSS e II giovane lnt Klettual. ( I
nuclear da entrambe le part, con traTe' mess ha una superficie dl to POccldente pronto a slattre.
da parte deTTURSS' degll die che la II
rtechi'' tremettdl per la salute del 15 mlllonl dl cbllometrl' quadrati LOccliden< Infatti. rasping I'o- gtulda 1America anno
USA, deMa Gran Bretagna nelllatniosfera I guerra saretibe la fine del'! nostro' I
circa rirono che plu dl '
genera umano. )non poco diovo dilemma schlartta o guerra
nel marl e culls' mondo ella HbelVion delta 10-
superflcJe. e,
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H secondo elenvento determinants 60 miltonl dl dttadinl sovieticl. ''e vuole la dietenstone nella liberta -
E tutto lascia sperare thee ro cosclenze contra un erento coal -
ne11a dtetenslone' tra URSS e Le preoccupation sovletiche sono e nella' sicurezza.
sia al principle dl una erotu-' Occtdente 4 lo atteggtamento lr- qulnidl ton date su una realta oblettira ha orribile hanno saputo superaraJe
Dopo I'epJsodlo dl Cuba che
alone nel rapportl tra URSS rlsionl dell
e contingent rose
dl
responBablle della Cina popolare, oboe si aggraveri anno emits declsira nella
OccWente, die' dovrebbe condudersl segnato una In cut sirlasmime
della per aasurgera a queUta
la la carta In
quale gloca guer anno. aorta dl for-
dopoguerra
questo e
con la liquidazlone dells fl nostro detttno: 1'ell-
ra nuclear pnnU nido, in raglone L'URSS non a16 orfentaia Imme- se nella torla del mondo 1'URSS
guerra fretida. minarione la costru-
della ,
guerra
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d'edl' enorme maws delta sua popo- diatamente per una politics dl dlBtenslone el 6 orlentata verso la politics ate '
Come al ala arrlvat1'ad una con. dl alone della pace su bad incrollabill -
lailone, suTla soprarvivenza un
1'OccVlente. In
un
con tirade e dog verso la rlcerca dl '
gluntura tanto favorero&e earebtye numtero' dl clneui eufffcdente per prlmo tempo, Infatti, al e assist- una Intesa onesta con TOccldente e Invioltabill.n ,
astral Jungo dire gll element 11 domlnlo cattollco Kennedy e 1'ateo I
a ma -
tfarantlre a quel popolo to al tentatiro soTUtico' dl forzare sulla base del mantenlmento dello .
determinant sono rtatl sofctanzialmenre Krusclor hanno accolto IMnroca-
del mondo. la' sftuazlone verso overt per pa. statue quo. ,
clone del grande Papa Giovanni .
tre. II prlmo i coBtltul-
81 tratta dl una prospettlra cru- rallzzare per aempre le Nazlonldemocratiche. !
Dd i qul che entra un gtuoco 11 morente perch l'umanitA non
to dan appello muto, ma non per. dale e Infantile, die Ignora 11 ca- Queeto tentative terzo tattore determinant e clo4: muola.
qu-esto meno eloquente e imperlo- dtotruttlvo total, assolu.' '
rattere 4 cutmlnato neTlephodlo dl Cuba"
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la dl due authentic! uomlnl si :
preeenza Oggl sapplamo che 1'umanlta ,
so, del popolo' Bovfetteo' 11 quale
to, dl una guerra nucleate. die' ha segnato 11 falllmento dl ta- '
dl stato ch'e, pur n> Ha dlffe- atomicsma
avvia non voreo la motto
aspira ad HveMo dl vita
un piiiafto. In una guerra nudeare non clbarebbero Q'e' polltica. L'URSS .1"4 resa con.
renD del sl.teml politic e social
1 aflne delis\ fred-
verso ru'err&
Dopo oltre quartmta annl! dlprl'V'azionl superstltl: a la Clna ..e.gutre'bbe I
to che ognl tentative di rompere dl cut soon I leaders hanno trova.to .1 da verso un'aurora dl pace che ,
!11 1 popolo sorUtteo aisplra nella divtruilone totals
a condizionl di vita the, si! la rorte dl tutte le slue Nazlont. Pexiuflibrio in atto avrebbe trora- un llngutapgio comune per d6 non tramontera mat ;

dell'Oocldente. E poich la cores Di tronte aid una simile toils i

awlclnino a queue del lavoratorldelVOccidente. eortetlcl hanno reaglto e 11 rover- LA FIDUCIA AL GOVERNO MONOCOLOREUna II

E poich4 la cores
no clnese ha Interpretato Tate ltuaxlon paradossale: II PSI toa spaventtto Nennl e ha conlg.llato pratlca non potra erltare dl sire

agH armament!, con ,la atruttura tegglamento dell'URSS come oetle rlfluta I I'aatenslone. al governo Mo. al suo partlto di astenersl, dl fronte ad atounl' probleml. C'6
conomlca soviet!c non soverohla- tale I
e' contro-riroluzlonarlo. Se a ro dl centro-slnlstra a fa concede pernvetitendo cost( al gorerno dl ot- Innanii tutto, 1'aumento del cos todeTla

mente' efflciente, Bopratutto nel. dlssenBo al aggtunge I H nation Invece at gablnetto monocolore tenere la maggloranza. vita, la dlmlnuzlone delft Inveslimentl .
campo dell'sgrtcoatura' non 6 compatlblle. Kamo esasperato del dneal In cer- .
la tugs' dl capital all
Leone ,
I E cite cosa tart II governo Leone I
con 11 miglloramento del ca dl vastl spazl Tuotl!, si ha la ROMA, Lugllo. Dopo che 11mewe t Teoricamente, non dorrebbe ertvro, 11 deficit della bllanciatommerclale
iiveOlo 6 die sidteslderi I
dl vita, natural coslddebtsideologlca
delta\ rottura
ragione Bcorso l"on. Moro areva ta,- far nulla, aM'Infuorl dl presentare die! tmpongono inlzlatire :
'
una politic che permet. URSS. n piaacglomeramento
tra Cina e lito nel suo tentatlro dl coetltulreun e tar votare 1 Ibllancl prima .del non dilaiionablll, cfce com. ,
ta di aTre1 tare la cores funesta.
umano e-
grande gtoYerno dt centroslntotria (des 31 Ottobre. Questo gorerno. In- portano anch scelte e tmpegnl; ,
E la cores, o viene arrestata adesBO InfaUti
Statente' nel mondo conflna, :
TnoorlaUani, goclaldemocraticl' re- fattl, i qualificato come "gorsrno 'politic! E qul avremo llmpeonatadi
o la iara plu.
Bon col piil grande spazlo woto 0 ipubblicanl con I'appogglo eeterno d'attesa del Congreso Nazlonals soclaltatl e comunlstl cts ace :

E'noto, Infatti, che si 6 alia. vie eemlvTioto
gilts, tanto In America quanto 700 milton dl persona (che Repubblica affld6 IMncarico al Pre- cite' dorra fare sapere speria- limit'! del suo maudato' dl "gorer.

nett'URSS, delta fabforlcazlone' del saranno un mlllardo tra 10 annl) eidente della Camera on Leone, mo die' quests sla la volts buo- no d1 attesa", a metteranno ma- I

xnlsvili anU-onlBsill 11 cul coeto 6 vlTono aul terzo coCtivablbe dells' ch'e' in due' glorni lormd 11 gaWnet.to nal-n! In partito dl Menu 4 dls- no a Bcloperl eId agltasloni dl plasza. I'

enorme e la' cut sperlmentaztone, Cina e doe au tre nvilionl dl chi.10metrl e In due vettiman ha ottenuto ponlbile, per tins' politics democratica DobWamo' prepararel, qulntl. '
owiamente ll'8I'tm06fera! come quadratl! mentre n'ella' vitlna un'estat calda.SIQFRIDO' .
la flduda del due ram! del Par- dl appopglo al centro-sl.! ad
porterebbe centlnaia dl esploslonl Siberia (die con 1'Aela cenJpoker lamento. ntotra. CICCOTTI

_...._..._._.u....._.....__....._.__._____
Da singolariU di quests slbuazio.ne La dUficolta contro out urta n

-die, comb' sp' 'fno oiooed, ren. P83 4 wemprl la steraa owls' laisua

doe dlfflcH' a chl non d rive den. incapaclta ad accettare la pro.gludiilale p'. '

tro rendersl conto del moron! antlcomunlsta.' E' una x f

Ii d Wa vita pdllticia Italiana' chi pregtiiditi'ale' ana quale non in

!. Of socialist! di Pfetro N'ennl' dopo tendono rinundare 1 democrlstianl. -

aver determinate II falllmento, del neQla loco maggloranza' I I 10-

tentative deTl'on. Moro, ferrldocanrplone ciaMemOcratlcl.' nella loro tot all tAI .

del' centre slnistra han comunistl, ImbaManzltl! dal sue

no contribulto a dare la maggioranza Gesso electorate del l 28 Aprils, pre. I n.;' .6 k're'

tX aTl'on.' Leone, tome non 1mp tendono dl entrare, magarl di stra

gnato, ma certamente meno a foro al prindpio nets maggioranca .

Binistra dl Moro. dl centn>elnl.tra.

La coca, naturalmente, ha la suaspiegazlon I partitl democratici derono re

| LMncartco content agire contro quests manorra, stafolleredo
1
al Prezid'!nte della' Camera voleva ben chlarumente una eremetlaa

.' ; dire queoto: a qu'esto' gorerno pas- chimura net confront! del {

aa, o se no vuol dire che 11 ParIs lie!. AlTlnterno' del PSI c'* anco-

mento 3etto It 28 Aprils dl quest'. ra molts, gent che conserva 11 tl-

anno n'On 6 In grade di oostUulre more rererenzdale' verso t comu-

una maggloranza. In questo ca o, n1 !ti, amto che 11 mes'es vcorso
", 81 Presidente dells Repubblica non 'Pietro Nennl, cite arera accettatola F FRED
;
'
'\.....' tests altra soluzlone die quells. dl pregludlzlale' antlconvunista. fu\
vctogllere le Camera e Jndlre &aore memo in mlnoransa dal Oomltato
.' 1;
eQ' z1oni. E' lo sp'ettro' dl elezio. CentraTe del !suo putt to.

'::1. :,; (l\ nl anticipate In un momento In 8e II goTerno Leone teorlca- HltST LADIiJ-Mrs.Jovan-

,,' ; e cul I sodallstl sono !in ortsl the mente non dorretobe far nuts, In ka Tile (right) and Mrs Nina
\, Khnuhcber leave
,1'i Belgrade
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'1. I airport after the Soviet Pre
i mier and his family arrived in
"- Plan para el Futuro .f I Yugoslavia for a two-week

.,t--. ELIJA A .r vacation.The visit by'Khrushchev .
wu seen U an attemptto

esto. t\.o L. B. Me Swain, Jr..y: I II Bussla renew and friendship the Tile between reflme.PRIMBRA8 .

I Concejal de la Ciudad DAM A', ROJAS-
La Sri Jov.nkl'TI10' (dsrscha)

Distrito 1 I y 'la ..... Nina' Kruschov salon

Elecciones dsf ropiisrto ds Belgrade d,..
.ocasionpropiciapara de, Sept. 10, 1963
pugs de la iUgsda del primer ml-
INTEGRIDAD Y HABILIDAD I II
nlstro sovletlco y su fsmllls a
celebrar conBudweisec EN EL GOBIERNO DE dos
I Yugosslavls para ssmanss
LA CIUDAD .
de vac scion,.. 8e consider. la
I' (Anundo Politico Pagado)
_. visit* de Kruschsv come Intsn.
to de reanudar la aml tad entre
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BAY B R I E F S ::1:1I ;, Crack r P itics I f FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER? ,.,a r..<,x 6, 1963

By ALLEN MORRIS .; ;
I By ODIE ANDERSON
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j Pay-TV, which appeared to have died aborning, is TA Li.A1lA6SEEFred Karl him although he never has been a o r
r again showing definite signs of life. This week Subsc ipN flays the' early attitude of many part of any headquarters.
tion TV Inc. is applying to the Securities and Exchange campaign' professional' toward his Terry was chairman of a cam ,tiz
prospective' gubernatorial l candl. pus political party In the University
I; Commission for registration of a public stock offering. If #
approved by ''SEC, and If the stock-some $22,000,000, is daoy may' turn out !io be the bee of Florida lie sought votes i ,,
Bold, pay TV should become a reality. And 'tis said that thong !in the world for him. in Dade county tor U. S. Senator ,# ..
It was: rather' disheartening at. Spessard L. Holland' s :
t $6,000,000 has already been anted up. Apparently, what ; (when his
I cinched the deal was the granting of rights to the gamesof first, concedes' + Karl, but this sit father's old friend was opposed' by ,; ''1l 'A
the San Francisco Giants and the L. A. Dodgers long nation' forced( him to look elsewhere former Senator Claude Pepper) v .F.)

discussed as a possibility. Fear that live televising of major tor help. and tor Farrls Bryant (with whom 'dr'K' 't .. 5'
And, so doing, Karl found ho had become at the
ball games would hurt the box office receipts has been support acquainted '
highly instrumental in keeping such entertainment off the among people' who had taken University and who appointed LimB >.,..:.
no previous port in statewide' golf year to the DeV'e'1opmentComml.
video :%ti although the general manager of the Cleve ago
land Indians recently announced that live television coverage lice Many of these' were :younger lon).

of all weekend games of his club, both at home and men and women, but all were Terry's father, the late R. P. ,
eager to demonstrate their vote. Terry, was Chairman of the State
away, did not cut back on attendance. This particular club, >.
r r for one, is ready to welcome pay TV, on the theory that getting ability Board of Control (mainly to manage .
baseball, like any other product, needs exposure, and thatif TWs inexperience! Isn't as bad as the institutions of higher
the product is good people} will pay to see or buy it. It might prove in some other en learning) on the 1940's. Bob Terry -..
deavor, tor in Florida's' bosfeless is a big fellow' 200 pounds, six COURT RIVALS Actress Dorothy -
It is estimated that if and when Subscription Inc.
gets
politics' an old pro ra anyone: who feet two. lie is a man of considerable Malone and her. estranged
'the ball it will cost around to wire each home
I rolling $90 has had a part-win or lose-in drive. The law firm of which husband, actor
with subscribers connection fee and monthly vie in
paying a $10 $4 one statewide' campaign' he is a partner keeps eleven law Jacques Bergerac. court
service charge to the cable system. Rumbles quote home for visiting rights regarding
Here, the professionals) are yers busy in its Miami office and
their two daughters at a custody
show schedules as ranging from $1 to $5. And so the con-
largely In ,three at Fort
amateurs. other words, LauderdaHe. hearing in Los Angeles
I jucture, pure conjucture, goes; but there is certainly some tew work at politic yeat' -rround. had of Bergerac charges his wife discouraged
Terry a smattering
basis of fact at this time. Meanwhile, ,/what to do until the They're: men and wom'en.wilt' back service As pubic his visits to the children .
fledgling ,
a
Yr'' pay TV gets here? Continue to watch the reruns, or maybe lawyer by sticking out her
,, : candidates more or less'
a* an onportunlty -- he worked in St Petersburg in tongue at him and by calling
t ,1. J read a good 'book. : to come out of the spectator 1954-55 as City Prosecutor and As. him a "mean and nasty" man.

R ; At any rate, television has acquired one more scalp by stands and actually participate slstant City Attorney Then, back His wife contends that he >slate
: bringing to heel several of the nation's big banking Institutions in government. 'lome, he was Assistant County with support payments.

long noted for their cautious reluctance to accept When Representative) Frederick Solicitor for Dade. in 196b.66.
G .the new and different. NBC-TV has inked such Midas B. Karl, 89-year-old Daytona Beach How does a fellow' in Daytona 932-8860 229.0081

I t monuments as Bankers Trust, Amalgamated and Chase attorney, set about finding peopleto Beach who's' thinking of run. GEORGE LYDOF
Manhattan to swell the coffers of the hawkey talkie raise his flag in each community ning for governor get to know aJ>
Looks like a safe bet that TV is here to stay. he discovered two hard facts: .fellow in Miami well enough to CONFIDENTIALINVESTIGATIONS

r,4 e. 1. Mayor Ilaydon Burns of Jack entrust a big piece of his futureto
eonville and former State Senator
him Civil Criminal Security
If wondered- what
you've -as we did-just produced
Fred O. (Bud) Dickinson, Jr., of Continued
( on page 12))
the bubbling sound dominating the) background music for
West Palm Beach had used! the
that hit tune, "Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport," we have it
,since the first Democratic
on good authority that the instrument is quite appropriately years NOTICE OF IN'ENTIONTO FOILnItAPEItIE5 J
primary in May: 1960, wben they REGISTER FICTITIOUSTRADE
called a wobble board!l'
finished third and fifth, to tie up NAME
V. a* many as they could of the experienced Notice is hereby given that the AND RODS

"PT 109," film story of President Kennedy's wartime campaigners. undersigned, Celido A oCoto, in. t. 1
a adventure, escaped with little or no political pelting on the 2; Of the untied, m'aDY'were' stalling ends to register the fictitious j

+ ..Suncoast. Down Miami way a newspaper advertisement until the Supreme court de trade name, Maintenance Special-
of the flick included 'the line, "For those patrons ''who are termined the, eligibility: of State lets, with the Clerk. of the Circuit

..l not JFK supporters, we+ have free Goldwater bumper Senator John E. Mat leMl, Jr., Court, Hlllsborough County, FlorIda -
,14 strips," and in Thomasville, Ga., where the chief exec is Jacksonville. One after another pursuant to Sec. 856.90, FlorIda -
most( unpopular, due to his civil rights thinking, a thea'tre' of these told Karl, 'Mont make Statutes, 1953. That the under. .
operator included in his ad the catch line"See the Japs almost me choose'' now." > igned intends to engage in business ; ,
get Kennedy." Incidentally, Mr. Kennedy managedto As a' consequence, Karl began at 1708 E. Columbus Drive, PIIUIii E
,hide his background very well, until they started chopping 'hunting new faces And he+ found Tampa, Florida. Dated this 16th 253.3181 '
$'s off his ,foreign aid bill He just can't accept not them. True, many of the Karl sup day: of August Celido A. Coto,
9 i having available all the money he wants to play] with. porters, such as fortner State ole owner.. uc ess
Senator R. B. Oautler, Jr., and
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t Perry Nichols of Miami, are veterans r PRODUCTS CO.
of other campaign's. But the 195 North Oregon
The Suncoast is getting a new publication month. NEW FINISHED
ly bulletin of highlights of news and events of interest in accent is on freshness' not( youth
Florida in general and Pinellas County in particulartobe alone but men and women making 3 BDRM. HOME
Richard Allen Allen who there first statewide campaignand
published by W. of Largo. $599500
has an impressive newspaper background, plans) to pattern possessing' the zest of novices.
The 351'ear.oIdMIami lawyer, ON YOUR LOT
his monthly bulletin somewhat after Drew Pearson's
"''Washington Merry-Go-Round,' and will call it the 'Flor J. Robert Terry, who may be Call 229.1868 or
'ida MerryGo-Round/ Karl's state co-ordinator, brings Eve. 237.8221
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1, McDonald will host the upcoming fly-in at his spread Share In America I f
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WHERE THE BOYS ARE :- LA GACETA PAGE 11 _.[ TAMPA'S
FRIDAY, 8EPTEMBRE 9, 1WS
CHANUTE AFB' 111. Airman the 3384th School Squadron at

TMrfl' Clas James A. Darone. son Keesler. rs the son of Mr. and SINGLETON JOINS SPENCER CITY COURTBy
of{ Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Barone of \Mrs. Chester F. FTeegal Sr., of ROSS, AND SERVO, INC.
312 N. Gomez Ave, Tampa Fla,, I 3008 Gardenia' Drive Tampa. Jeff Singleton' well-known Tampa .
has. been named honor graduate of The airman attended SL Peters Bay area advertising and pub. JUDGES
the United States Air Force misslle burg Junior CoTlejre.WRlOirrPATTERSON.. lie relations executive was appointed BOB JOHNSON and JAMES CALHOUN
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mechanic' course here. --0- Vice President' of Spencer After pleading not guilty to assault used switches cut from a tree In
Airman' who attained' : Ohio Ross and Servo rnc. It was .
Barone a' announced and battery, a man told the the back yard by the children at
final grade of 90 to' win the honor Captain Gerald F. Thompson of by Lea Spencer, President judge "this car full of flays pass his order.
was trained to position and Tampa' Flap baa been awarded a of, the St. Petersburg ad ed me, and somebody In the car
All of the youngsters, who rangedup
Operate ground equipment used to B. S. degree in mechanical engineering agency.A called whenwe
me a dirty name; so
to 12 of told the
transport' and prepare, Minuteman by Texas Technological Col 10-year resident ot ,St. Peters' got to the red fight, I jumpedout Judge that years they loved age their daddy
;missMes for emplacement or re legs burg. Singleton was defeated la and ran over to the car and and thought they 'deserved the
I.' m vat He la being:reassigned' to i Captain Thompson studied under his first. political race when ha punched'. the first man I saw In punishment which had been meted
4" tMaQmbtrom AFB, ,Mont., for duty the Air Force's education program entered' the' Democratic primary the nose.'* He was fined 125.. out to them. The, court dismissed
,In, his new peocl'at1il' : which provides assistance for for the Group 4 House of Representatives S.e *
the assault and battery charges.
*:>:The' airman Is a graduate of H. members working towards advanced seat hurt April t. That an old fashioned "sunny. epee'
A'D.' Plant High School i In Tampa. degrees at civilian institu The Cincinnati native handledthe I brood* had taken place soon be
tions. public relations phase' of the An Irritated 'proape tlve pass.
His wife Carol la th'e' daughterof I came evident when a quarreling
I Mrs. Madge Pulllam of 4315 He Is the son of Cdyde E. Thompson Kennedy Johnson ticket for i family consisting of a mother, her ena'hit a window of a bus with
\" NeptNne'SL i Tampa.' of Itt 5, Tampa, Fla. The cap HfNaborougb County during the i three daughters two sons and the his' fist breaking the Qlsss, when
'tain's wife, Julia! to the daughterof last presidential campaign. uncle of the youngsters appearedIn the door was not opened quickly
KEESLER AFB Miss.. Air. Mrs. J. Murphy' of 1018 S. Rome Singleton also is considered one court. The men had been ar.. enough to suit him. He pleaded
man' Second Class Donald M. Ave., Tampa. He Is a member of of the foremost authorities on the rested on assault and battery war* guilty to the charge of destroying
Strickland of Tampa Fla., has Tau Beta PI. game of Jai Alai in Florida. He rents sworn by their sisters.A private 'property, and paid' a fine
completed the United States Air The captain is *n Air Force navigator has been associated with the Tam. private altercation became of $25.

Force technical training course for at Hill AFB Utah. pa Jal AIM Fronton and toe' Orlan. publlo ,when the three girls were SSS '.
radar repairman here. --0-' do SeminOle Fronton as advertising knocked down by the two males. A woman' who was charged with
Airman Strickland was trainedto ORLANDO AFB Fla., Technical and publicity' man for the past One of the brothers, accordingto shop lifting, fainted .In court, but
operate maintain, and repair Sergeant Francis W. Buch. two years.Since testimony of his own mother, slumped to the floor slowly enough
fair traffic' control radar equipment lanan of Tampa Fla., has graduated he has lived in St Peters had kicked his, sister as she fay that a ballff was able, to reach her
and related' test equipment. from the Military! Air Transport burg Singleton has handled' advertising on the ground. A witness more and catch her before her head
He is being reassigned' to a permanent Service Senior Noncommissioned and public' relations accounts favorable to him stated that he came Into contact, with the ffoor.
base for duty In his new Officer Academy' here. In Tampa as well as Plnel. had not seen any kicking but that She recoverd In a matter 'of min.
technical specialty.The He received advanced training las County he had seen him slapping ,one of nutee, pleaded guilty to the charge,
airman son of Mr and Mrs. In leadership and management Singleton is a member of the the girls. One of the brothers was and was put on probation.
Juntas M. ,Strickland of 605 S. The course Included study in military Florida Public Relations Association fined, but the one who beat his SSS, *
70th St., Tampa la a graduate' of justice Air Force history, the Hotel'! Sales Manager As. sister while she was prone was One m.n' ,escaped from, ,Jail be.
Brandon (Fla.) High 9dhoot0 human' relations world affairs and 'sociation Optimist ,International sent to Jalf. cause his brother died. ?After at.
related subjects. tend the Gauchos of, the. Latin eeS tending the funeral he turned him.

KEESLER AFB., Chester F. Sergeant Buchanan a jet air. American' Fiesta. An unusual event occurred when self' In to complete his' ,_ sentence. 4
} Fleegal.' Jr. of Tampa, Fla. has craft mechanic technician Is re ,IBefore moving to Florida be police Introduced Into evidence No additional' time ,was levied
I been promoted to airman third ''turning to his permanent unit at was president of a major public color slides to prove that some against him, because of, his' quick,
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Force. The sergeant son of Mr and Lis Angeles San Francisco' Reno spanked by their father. The slides Sees
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By ODIE ANDERSON By ALLEN MORRIS

Pay-TV, which appeared to have died aborning Is TALLAHASSEE Fred Karl him although he never has been apart
again showing definite signs of life. This week SubscMp. ears the' early attitude of many of any headquarters." ,

. tion TV Inc. is applying to the Securities and Exchange campaign' professional toward his Terry was chairman of a cam-
Commission for registration' of a public stock offering. If prospective gubernatorial caadi pus political party in the University -
approved by SEC, and If the stock-some $22,000,000, is dacy may turn out to be the beet of Florida. lie sought votesin

Of Bold, pay TV should become a reality. And His said that tiling in the world for him. Dade county for U. S. Senator t

,r; $6,000,000 has already been anted up. Apparently, what It was rather disheartening\ At :'Spessard L. Holland (when his V .,
r..,. cinched the deal was the granting of rights to the games first, concedes Karl, but this situation father's old friend was opposed by dII/." }.' 4
of the San Francisco Giants and the L. A. Dodgers long forced him to look elsewhere former Senator Claude Pepper)
for help. and for Furls Bryant (with whom
discussed as a possibility. Fear that live televising of ma-
jor ball games would hurt the box office receipts has been And, so doing, Karl found support ho had become acquainted at the
highly instrumental in keeping such entertainment off the among people who had taken University and who appointed hima
video route --although the general manager of the Cleveland no previous part in statewide poll- year ago to the' Development : }

Indians recently announced that live television coverage He*. Many of these' were younger Commission).
I of all weekend games of his club, both at home and men and women, but all were Terry'B father, the late R. P. A".:

r away, did not cut back on attendance. This particular club, eager to demonstrate their vote. Terry, was Chairman of the' State xr
h for one, is ready to welcome pay TV, on the theory that getting ability (Board of Control (mainly to manage
baseball, like any other product, needs exposure, and that This Inexperience ton't as bad as the institutions at higher a
It might in some other en learning) on the 1940's. Bob Terry
if the product is good people will pay to see or buy it. prove l
deavor, for in Florida's boles Is a big fellow, 200 pounds, six COURT RIVALS Actress Dorothy -
'( It is estimated that if and when Subscription Inc. gets politics' an old pro hi anyone who feet two lIe Is a man of considerable Malone and her. estranged
t the ball rolling it will cost around $90 to wire each home, has' had a part-win or lose-In 'drive. The law firm of whichhe husband, actor
with subscribers connection fee and monthly Bergerac, vie in court
paying a $10 $4 one statewide' campaign Is a partner keeps eleven lawyers Jacques
service charge to the cable system. Rumbles quote home for visiting rights regarding
Here, the professionals' are : busy in its Miami office and their two daughters at a custody
show schedules as ranging from $1 to $5. And so the con- largely amateurs. In other 'words, three at Fort Lauderdale. hearing in Los Angeles.

jucture, pure conjucture, goes; but there is certainly some few worK. at politics..'.. year-rouna. Terry- .had- of Bergerac charges his wife discouraged
a smattering public
basis of fact at this time. Meanwhile, !/What to do until the They're: men and women whb back service. As a fledgling lawyer' -, his visits to the children
pay TV gets here? Continue to watch the re-runs, or may- I by sticking out her
candidates more or leas a an
opportunity he worked In St. Petersburg in tongue at him and by calling
'"" be read a good book. to come out of the spectator .1954-55 a* City Prosecutor and Assistant him a "mean and nasty" man.

t At any rate, television has acquired one more scalp by stands and actually participate City Attorney. Then, back Ills wife contends that he is
i I bringing to heel several of the nation's big banking institutions I in government home, he was Assistant County late with support payments.

I,\ long noted for their cautious reluctance to accept When Representative Frederick Solicitor for Dade in 195556.

,.1 the new and different. NBC-TV 'has inked such Midas B. Karl, 39.year-old Daytona Beach How does a fellow' in Daytona 932-3980 229.0081

: monuments as Bankers Trust, Amalgamated and Chase attorney, set about finding peopleto Beach who'a thinking of run. I GEORGE LYDOF
((; Manhattan to swell the coffers of the hawkey talkie. raise his flag in each commu ling for governor get to know a/
Looks like a safe bet that TV is here to stay. nity, he discovered two hard facts: fellow in Miami well' enough to CONFIDENTIALINVESTIGATIONS

1 ., I!,* . 1. Mayor Haydon Burns of Jack entrust a big piece of his futureto
,,: sonvllle and former State Senator Civil Criminal
him? Security
If you've wondered-as we did-just what produced
: Fred O. (Bud) Dickinson Jr., of (Continued on page 12)
r the bubbling sound dominating th.e background music for
West Palm Beach had used! the
j that hit tune, "Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport," we have it
years since the' first Democratic
.on' good authority that the instrument is quite appropri- NOTICE OF INTENTION TO FOR J
\ primary in May, 1960, when they REGISTER FICTITIOUS FORDRAPERIES
ately called a 'wobble board!I'
finished third' and fifth, to tie up TRADE NAME
it. .. e . as many as they: could of the ez Notice is hereby given that the RODS

: "PT 109," film story of President Kennedy's wartime perlenced campaigners; undersigned C Hdo A,. Goto, intends ,- A
1t 2. Of th'e untied, many were stallIng the fictitious I Ii Ij
1 I adventure, escaped with little or no political pelting on the to register ;
1 ,.$u 1coast. Down Miami way a newspaper advertisement until the' Supreme court determined trade name Maintenance!. Specialists .
I { of the flick included the line, "For those patrons who are the, eligibility: of State with the Clerk ,of the Circuit i
not JFK supporters, we have free Goldwater bumper Senator John E. Matthews, Jr., Court, Hlllsborough County, FlorIda i I I

't', strips," and in Thomasville, Ga., where the chief exec isj Jacksonville Owe after anotherof pursuant I to Sec. 856.90, Floe I
most unpopular, due to his civil rights thinking, a theatre these told Karl, 'Mont make Ida Statutes, 1953. That the under. I
I operator included in his ad the catch line"See the Japs almost me choose' now" 3, signed intends to engage in l business
I! get Kennedy." Incidentally, Mr. Kennedy managed As' a' consequence, Karl began at 1708 E. Columbus Drive, PHONE
'hunting new faces. And he found Florida. Dated this 16th '
j to hide his background very well, until they started chopping Tampa e 253.3181
'tfrem. True many of the Karl supporters of August. Celido A. Coto,
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}I $'s off his ,foreign aid bill. He just can't accept not
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: having available all the money he wants to play with.
Senator R. B Oautler, Jr., and
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campaigns.
i\ The Suncoast is getting a new publication-a monthly NEW FINISHED
bulletin of 'interest accent is on freshness' not youth
I highlights of news and events of in
Florida in general and Pinellas County in particular-to alone but men and women mak. 3 BDRM. HOME !
be Richard Allen Allen who Ing there first statewide campaignand
it published by W. of Largo. $599500ON
ft Chas an impressive newspaper ,background, plans) to pattern possessing' the seat of novices.
I ', his monthly bulletin somewhat after Drew Pearson'siWashlngton The SS-re-ar-old Miami lawyer, YOUR LOT \
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WHERE THE BOYS ARE :- LA GACETA PAGE 11 TAMPA'S
FRIDAY SEPTEMBRE 1, 1963
CHANUTE AFB, HI. Airman 'the 3384th School Squadron at
Third' Clas James A. Barone, sonof Kessler Is the son of Mr. and SINGLETON JOINS SPENCER, CITY COURT
Mr. awl Mrs. S, F. Barone of Mrs. Chester F. Fteegal Sr., of ROSS, AND SERVO, INC. I
812 N. Gomez Are, Tampa Fla., 3008 Gardenia Drive, Tampa. Jeff Singleton, weTl-known Tam.
bat been named honor graduate' of The airman attended St. Peters. pa Bay area advertising and pub. By JUDGES
the Unfted States Air Force missile burg Junior College.WRKJHTPATTERSON. tic relations' executive, was appointed BOB JOHNSON and JAMES CALHOUNAfter

mechanic course here. -0.- Vice' President' of Spence, pleading not guilty to assault used switches cut from a tree In
Alrovan Barone, who attained a; Ohio Ross and Servo, inc. It: was an. and battery, a man told the the back yard by the children at
final grade ,of 90 to win the hon Captain GeraM F. Thompson of flounced by Lea Spencer, President judge "this ear full of guy pass his order.

or, was trained to' position andOperate Tampa, Fla., has been awarded a of.the. St. Petersburg ad ed me, and somebody In the ear All of the youngsters, who rangedup
ground equipment used to B. S. degree in mechanical engineering agency.A when
,called me a dirty name; so
to 12 of told the
'transport and prepare Minuteman by Texas Technological Col 10-year resident of St. Petersburg 'we got to ,the red fight, I Jumpedout judge that years they loved age their daddy
mfosttes for emplacement' or re- lege. Singleton was defeated In and ran over to the ear and and thought they deserved the
r mont He Is being,reassigned to Captain Thompson studied under \his first political race when he punched ,the': first man I saw In punishment which had been meted
,: : tMaflmistrom' AFB,, Mont, for duty the Air Force's education program entered the Democratic primary the no..." He was fined $25,
out to them ''Th* court dismissedthe
,I ..:.' .In, Ms new l'P'eocl'a'ltr.I' whichprovides assistance for for the Group 4 House of Representatives sees assault and: charges.
'1,' **.The airman la a ,graduate of H. members working towards advanced seat hurt April. That an old fashioned !"sunny ei. battery'
I' 11f B. Plant High School tn. Tampa." degrees at civilian lostitu. The Cincinnati' native handled brood had taken place soon be *
tlons. the public relations phase of the An Irritated prospective pall..ng.r' .
His wife Carol, is the daughterot came evident when a quarrelingfamily
I, hit window of bus with
'. Mrs. Madge PuHiam of 4315 He Is the son of Odyde E. Thompson Kennedy Johnson ticket. for consisting of a mother, her a a
':;' Neptune Sf, Tampa.: of Rt. 6, Tampa' Fla. The cap. HfJlsborougb County during the three daughters, two sons and' the his fist, breaking the glass, when
-- tain's wife Julia, Is the daughterof last presidential campaign. uncle of the youngsters appearedIn the door was not opened quickly
KEESLER AFB, Misa. Air. Mrs. J. Murphy' of 1018 S. Rome Singleton also\ Is considered one court. The men had been .... enough to suit him. Me pleaded
man' Second Class Donald M, Are., Tampa. He is a member of of the foremost authorities on the rested on assault and battery war guilty to the charge of destroying
Strick and of Tampa Ha.' has' Tau Beta Pi. game of Jai Alai in Florida. He rents sworn by their sisters. private property, and paid a fine
completed the United States Air The captain is 'an Air Force navigator has been associated with the Tam. A, private altercation became of $28.
at lint AFB Utah. Jal Mat Fronton and th'e'' Orlando .
Force technical training course for pa publlo when the three girls were
radar repairman here. --0-' Seminole' Fronton as advertls knocked down by the two males. A woman- who was charged with
Airman Strickland was trained' ORLANDO AFB Fla., Tech. tag and publicity' man for the put One of the brothers, accordingto shop lifting' fainted .'In court but
to operate, maintain, and repair nlcal Sergeant Francis W. Buch. two years. testimony of his own mother, slumped to .the floor slowly enough
sir traffic control radar equipment lanan of Tampa, Fla., has graduated Since he has lived In St Petersburg had kicked his sister as the fay th $ a ballff, wa able! to reach her
and related test equipment.He from the Military Air Transport Singleton has handled advertising on the ground. A witness more and catch her before, her head-
is befog reassigned' to a permanent Service Senior }' oncommia- and public' relations accounts favorable to him stated that he came Into contact! with the fCoor.
base for duty in his new atoned Officer Academy' here. in Tampa as wen as Pinel had not seen any kicking but that She recoverd In a matter of min.
technical specialty.The He received advanced trainingIn las County. he had seen him slapping one of nutee, pleaded guilty to th* charge,
airman, son of Mr. and Mrs. leadership and management. I Singleton is a member; of the the girls.,One of the brother was and was put on probation.
Junlus M. ,Strickland! of 60S S. The course Included study in military -i Florida Public Relations Associa fined, but the one who beat hit ,* ., .
70th St., Tampa, Is a graduate' of justice, Air Force history, Ion, the Hotel Sales Manager As. sister while she was prone was One man' ,escaped from, Jail because .
Brandon (Fla.) High School. human relations, world affairs and socfatton' Optdmfst International' sent to Jair. his brother died. :After at
_o_ related subjects.Sergeant tend the Gauchos' at the Latin e tending the funeral h* turned him.
KEESLER AFB.; .; .. Chester' F. Buchanan, a jet air. American Fiesta. An unusual event occurred when self. In to complete, hi*?sentence. r.,
(FleegalU Jr. of Tampa, Fla., has craft mechanic technician! Is re \Before moving to Florida, be police Introduced Into evidence No additional, time was levied
been promoted to airman third 'turning to his permanent unit at was president of a major public color slide r to prove that some against him, because of his quick,
I das in the United States Air Travis AFB, Calif. relations firm which served the youngsters had been too brutally voluntary return.
Force. The sergeant, son of Mr. and I Ios Angeles San Francisco, Reno spanked by their father. The elides .
Airman Fleeg-al! a student' in (Continued on page 1%) area. did, In one instance,tend to show Another escapee excused him.

that ,one youthful posterior had self because he wanted to go swim
retained dlecoloratlone. Other t.s- mlng In the nearby Hllfeborough
,l rI tlmony showed that the youngstershad river. H* was given a $30 or 30
I c,. 1I been caught by their father day sentence.A .

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house had burned down because for a' 'variety of offenses, Including
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Pay-TV, which appeared to have died aborning is TALLAHASSEE Fred Karl him although he never has been I a i 1i

,,' again showing definite signs of life. This week Subscrip ears the early attitude of many part of any headquarters.
, t tion TV Inc. is applying to the Securities and Exchange campaign professionals' toward his Terry was chairman of a cam
t I.J' I Commission for registration' of a public stock offering. If prospective gubernatorial candidacy pus political party In the UnlverHty +
may turn out to be the boat of Florida He sought votesin st' 0K +
t ', approved by SEC, and If the stock-some $22,000,000, is
;.' sold, pay TV should become a reality. And 'tis said that tiling in the' world for him. Dade county for U. S. Senator I W+
It' was rather disheartening at Spessard L. Holland (when his
$6,000,000 has already been anted up. Apparently, what ; WL''
> cinched the deal was the granting of rights to the games first, concedes' Karl, but this sit father's old friend was opposed' by ,I Ir t > \
' I of the San Francisco Giants and the L. A. Dodgerst long uatlon' forced him to look elsewhere former Senator Claude' pepper) *
_: for help. and for FarrIs Bryant (with whomho
!' discussed as a possibility. Fear that live televising of major -
And, so doing Karl found' had become acquainted at the
,i" ball games would hurt the box office receipts has been support
i I highly instrumental in keeping such entertainment off the among people who had taken University and who' appointed hima
no previous part in statewide politic year ago' to the Development
'\ video route-although the general manager of the Cleveland I
*. Many of these were youngermen Commission' ). II
;i' Indians recently announced that live television cover- I
. ,I age of all weekend games of his club, both at home and and women, but all were Terry's fattier, the late R. P : k ga
away, did not cut back on attendance. This particular club, eager to' demonstrate' their' rote- Terry, was Chairman of the State

a r for one, is ready to welcome pay TV, on the theory that getting ability. (Board of Control' (mainly to manage
I baseball, like any other product, needs exposure, and that This inexperience: isn't as bad as the institutions of higher
: if the product is good people will pay to see or buy it. 'It might prove In some other' en learning) on the 1940'e. Bob Terry .
deavor, for in Florida's txmbless is a big fellow, 200 pounds, six COURT RIVALS Actress Dor. 4
I It ''is estimated that if and when Subscription Inc. gets politics' an old pro' rs anyone who' feet two' lIe is a man of considerable othy Malone and her, estranced -
I the ball rolling it will cost around $90 to wire each home, has had a part-win or' lose-In drive. The law firm of which husband, actor
with subscribers paying a $10 connection fee and $4 monthly one statewide campaign. he is a partner keeps eleven lawyers Jacques Bergerac vie in court
; service to the cable Rumbles home for visiting rights regarding
charge system.
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I, Mere, the professionals' are \ busy in its Miami office and
show schedules ranging from to And the their two daughters at a custody
I as $1 $5. so con- largely amateurs. In other 'words, three at Fort Lauderdale hearing In Los Angeles
jucture, conjucture, goes; but there is certainly some .
pure few work at politics year-round. Terry had a smattering of pubic Bergerac charges his wife discouraged
basis of fact at this time. Meanwhile, ,what to do until the They're men and women who back service. As a fledgling lawyer, his visits to the children
pay TV gets here? Continue to watch the re-runs, or may- candidates more or lens by sticking out her
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be read a good book portunity to' come out of the spec 1954-55 as City Prosecutor and As. him a "mean and nasty" man.

j I At any rate, television has acquired one more scalp by tator stands and actually participate elatant City Attorney Then, back Ills wife contends that he Is
I j bringing to heel several of the nation's big banking institutions In government. home, he was Assistant County late with support payment
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,the new and different. NBC-TV has inked such Midas B Karl, 39-year-old' Daytona Beach How does a fellow in Daytona '; 932-8960 229.0081

: monuments as Bankers Trust, Amalgamated and Chase attorney, set about finding peopleto Beach who's' thinking of run. i GEORGE LYDOF
Manhattan to swell the coffers of the hawkey talkie raise his' flag in each community fling :for governor get to know a!>
r, Looks like a safe bet that TV is here to stay. ', he discovered two' hard facts: fellow in Miami well enough to CONFIDENTIALINVESTIGATIONS
!f4 e 1. Mayor Harden Burns of Jacksonville entrust a big piece of his futureto
.: and former State Senator him Civil
? CrimInalSecurity
If you've wondered-as we did-just what produced
Fred O. (Bud) Dickinson Jr., afWe8't
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S the.bubbling sound dominating the background music for
Palm Beach bad used the
that hit tune, "Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport," we have it
since the first
.on good authority that the instrument is quite appropriately years Democratic NOTICE OF INTENTION TO FOR j
i primary in May, 1960, wben they REGISTER FICTITIOUS
called a wobble board!I' DRAPERIES
finished third and fifth, to tie up TRADE NAME I
.. . AND RODS
a'* many as they could' of the experienced Notice is hereby given that the

../"PT 109," film story of President Kennedy's wartime campaigners; undersigned, Celido A-, ,Coto, intends I I
k 2. Of the untied, many were stair the j
adventure, escaped with little or no political pelting on the to register fictitious i .
t .uncoast. Down Mdami way a newspaper advertisementof Ing until the Supreme court determined trade name, Maln.t&D'l1nce.Special.. -
the flick included the line, "For those patrons who are the, eligibility of State !ists, with the. Clerk of the Circuit
not JFK supporters, we have free Goldwater bumper Senator John E. Matthews Jr., Court, Hlllsborough County, Flor-
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strips," and in Thomasville, Ga., where the chief exec is Jacksonville. One after anotherof Ida, pursuant 1 to Sec. 858.90, FlorIda -
most unpopular, due to his civil rights thinking, a theatre these told' Karl, MonH make Statutes, 1953. That the undersigned
I operator included in his ad the catch line"See the Japs af- me choose' now." .,; intend to engage in business ?
l most' get Kennedy." Incidentally, Mr. Kennedy managed As a' conveouence' Karl began at 1708 E. Columbus Drive, PHONE

ip to hide his background very well, until they started chopping 'hunting new faces. And he' found Tampa, Florida. Dated this 16th ,,, 253.3161zeless
I'' $'s off his foreign aid bill. He just can't accept not them.' True, many of the Karl supporters :day of August.. Celido' A. Goto,
having available all the money he wants to play with. such' as' fortner State sole owner.rNEW.
Senator R. 'B. Gaufler'' Jr., and
S. Perry Nichols. of Miami, are veterans PRODUCTS) CO.
of other patp..B the :;. 105 North Ore oaf
1 The Suncoast is getting a new publication monthly FINISHED
bulletin of of accent la on freshness, not youth
highlights news and events of. interest in
Florida in general and Pinellas County in particular-to alone but men and women mak. 3 BDRM. HOME

be published by Richard W. Allen of Largo. Allen, who Ing there first statewide campaignand $599500
has an .impressive newspaper background, plans to pat- "possessing' the zest of novices.
The 35-yeurol'd Miami lawyer, I ON YOUR LOT
;tern his monthly bulletin somewhat after Drew Pearson'sWashlngton l
[,! Merry-Go-Round,' and will call it the 'Flor J. Robert Terry, who may be Call 22t.1sea or
ida Merry-Go-Round/ Karl's state co-ordlnator, brings Eve. 237.8221Share .
some political experience with II :::
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Flying Farmers are reviving up to swarm again, Marion I I

McDonald ,will host the upcoming fly-in at his spread In, America I
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBRE I, IMS
CHANUTB AFB, 111. Airman' the 3384th School Squadron at

TWrld' Claa' Jam** A. Darone, son Keesler, hi the son of Mr. and SINGLETON JOINS SPENCER, CITY COURT
I oft' Mr. and Mrs. S, F. Barone of Mrs. Cheater F. Fleegal' Sr., of ROSS, AND SERVO, INC. ,
alt N. Gomez Ave?; Tampa Pla.. 3008 Gardenia Drive, Tampa Jeff Singleton well-known' Tam.
baa been named honor graduate of The airman attended St. Petersburg pa Bay area advertising and pub. By JUDGES
the Unfted Statea Air Force missile Junior College.WniOOTPATTERSON.. tic relations executive, was ap BOB JOHNSON and JAMES CALIIOUN

mechanic' course here. pointed Vice President of Spencer, After pleading not guilty to as used switches cut from a tree In
Airman' Barone, wo attained' a: Ohio Ross and Servo, Inc. It was announced sault and battery man told ,the the back yard by the children at
final grade of 90 to win the honor Captain Gerald F. Thompson of by Lea Spencer' President -, judge "this car full of guys past his order.

was trained to position andWperate Tampa, Fla., baa been awarded a of the St. Petersburg ad ed me, and somebody In the car All of the youngsters, who ranged
ground equipment used to B. S. degree in mechanical engineering agency.A called whenwe
me a> dirty name; so
to 12 of told the
transport and prepare Minutemanmisiites by Texas Technological' College. 10-year resident of ,St. Petersburg got to ,the red fight, I jumpedout judge up that years they loved age their daddy

for emplacement or, rem Singleton was defeated in and ran over to the, car' and and thought deserved the
va2. He la ,being reassigned to Captain Thompson studied under ibis first political race when he punched ,the first man I saw In punishment which they had been,meted
tMallmigtrom AFB,, ,Mont., for duty the Air Force's education' program entered tfre' Democratic primary the nose." He was fined $25-
out to them. The dismissedthe
court
,In, Ms new QeC 'tr. which provides assistance for for the Group 4 House' of Representatives .ee *
assault and .
i j >:The, airman [Is a graduate' _of If. members working towards advanced seat fast April. That an old fashioned "sunny battery' charges.e5'e
i B. Plant High School In Tampa. degrees at civilian Institutions. The Cincinnati' native' handledthe brood" had, taken place soon became *
I An irritated 'prospective pass
His wife, Carol, is the* daughterof public relations phase of the evident when a quarreling
Mrs. Madge PuMlam of 4315 He is the son of Odyde E. Thompson Kennedy Johnson ticket, for family consisting of a mother, her enger hit a window of a bus with
Neptune!'St., Tampa: of Rt. 6, Tampa' Fla. The cap. HrNsboroug'b' County during the three daughters, two sons and the his fist, breaking the glass, when
--0- 'tain's wife, Julia' Is the daughter last presidential campaign. uncle of the youngsters appearedIn the door. was not opened quickly
KEESLER AFB, ,M.tn. Airman of Mrs. J. Murphy of 1018 S. Rome Singleton also is considered one court. The men had been arrested enough to suit him. He pleaded
Second Class Donald M, Ave., Tampa. He is a member' of of the foremost authorities on the on assault and battery war, guilty to the charge of destroying
Tau Beta Pi. of Jai Alai in Florida. ne private property, and paid a> fine
Strickland' uf Tampa, Fla., has game rents sworn by their sisters.A .
completed the United States Air The captain is an Air Force navigator has been associated with the Tam. private, altercation became of $25.
Force technical training: course for at Hill AFB Utah. pa Jai Alai Fronton and' tab' Orlan. public when the three girls were eeee
radar repairman here --0-' do Seminole Fronton as advertls. knocked down by the two males A woman' who was charged with

Airman Strickland was trainedto ORLANDO AFB Fla., Tech. tag and publicity man for the past One of the brothers, according shop lifting, fainted .In court, but
operate, maintain, and repair nlcal Sergeant Francis W. Buchtanan two years.Since to testimony of his own mother, slumped to,the ,floor slowly' enough
blr traffic' control radar equip- of Tampa, Fla., has graduated he has lived in St. Peters had kicked his sister as she fay th a ballff .was able' to reach her
ment and' related' test equipment.He from the Military Air Transport burg, Singleton has ,handled advertising on the ground. A witness more and catch her before her head-
is being reassigned' to a permanent I Service Senior Noncommissioned and public relations accounts favorable to him stated that he came Into contact! with the ffoor.
base for duty in his new I Officer Academy here. in Tampa as well as Plnel had not seen any kicking but that She recoverd In a matter 'of mIn.
technical specialty.The He received advanced training las County he had seen him slapping one of nutes, pleaded guilty to the charge,
airman, son of Mr. and Mrs. In leadership and management.The Singleton Is a member of the the girls. ,One of the brothers was and was put on probation.
Junlua M. ,Strickland of 605 S. course Included study in military 'Florida Public Relations Aasocia fined, but the one who beat his .5,5 III
70th St., Tampa' la a graduate) of justice. Air Force history, lion, the Hotel'! Sales Manager As sister while she was prone was One man* escaped from ,jail be
Brandon (Fla.) High School., human relations, world affairs and 'sociatton, Opttmrst ,International sent to jair. cause his brother died. I After at.ten"dlng
related subjects. tend the Gauchos' ,of the Latin eee the ,funeral he turned htm' .
KEESLER AFB.,. Chester F. Sergeant Buchanan, a jet air. American' Fiesta An unusual event occurred when self In to complete his, sentence.No .
Flees'*!* Jr. of Tampa, Fla., has craft mechanic technician, is returning Before moving to Florida, be pollee Introduced Into evidence additional time wa. levied
been promoted to airman third to his permanent unit at was president of a major public color slidesi I to prove that some against him, because of his quick,
dass in the United States Air Travis AFB, Calif. relations firm which served the youngsters had been too brutalry voluntary return.
Fore The sergeant- son of Mr. and Los: Angeles San Francisco' Reno spanked by their father. The slides eee

Airman Fleegal' 'a student In (Continued on page 12) area. did, In one Instance, tend to show Another exoapee excused him
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that ,one youthful posterior had self because he wanted to go swim
retained discoloration Other testimony mlng In the nearby Hllfsborough
! showed that the youngstershad river. He was given a $30 or 30
I been caught by their father day sentence.A .

Ii while playing with matches. third escapee, who had ac
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r house had burned down because for a variety of offenses, Including
the kids had played with matches numerous escapes, was ordered *,
r and ,set It afire.,The father admit. held 'In.'confinement, 'mean.
ted, that he had,LappHed!! disciplineupon Ing he could not be given 'the op.
that portion of the anatomy portunlty to leave the stockade
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EGYPT TEMPLE SHRINETO LA GACETA, PAGE
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SPONSOR OPENING CARD I FRIDAY, SEPTEMBRE C,

I.w d -I! AT TAMPA GREYHOUND TRACK
Ir debe
e are WHERE THE BOYS ARE. .-
West Coast racing fan will see
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: 870 greyhounds from 29 kennels
(Weeklies, seml.weeklies and .<- on the matter and have revlewecthe Mrs James A. Buchanan of
, in action at the Tampa Greyhound
tit ml monthlies, printed all over the< route proposal and altsrnati Track thta season. Ferdix' St., Tampa, attended

etate, frequently; carry; item oft proposals," he said, adding, "W. borough Avenue High School.
The bunny' chasers will see action -
t' see no reason for changing the orlglnal -
} interest overlooked or ignored br; Springs in eight
I' at Sulphur
;; the high and mighty; dailies. Scanning plan. open house schooling) programs' AMAR1LLO AFB., Tex. \
Third Class Richard W.
man
Jjake Wale NeerMembers
their columns can a rewarding
prove
". prior to the Egypt Temple' Shrine
r\i'I' J experience.) naland of Tampa, Fla., is being r<
Sponsored opening on Sept. 19.
:(assigned to Sewart' AFB
C. of the merchants com. John H. Hater, nay generalmanager )

Plans to begin within the next mlttee of the Chamber of Com haw invited the public as following his graduation from "
t United States Air Force :
k; I 00 days of a modern shopping oen merce met Monday Night to heal pedal guests of the track' for Fri.
cal training course for jet
: tar for the vibrating (little com a taped presentation of the pos 'Way; and Saturday this week. Other

1 I munlty of Hotnosass* Sprlngi slblllty of Installing a cooperative programs wtll be held Sept. 9.1011.12.13.U..16. craft mechanics here. .

,I I have been revealed by a spokesMan trading stamp plan. It was agreed Airman Stanaland was
to maintain and service -
for Norris Development Co., that enough enthusiasm was shown Schooling races' 'win start' at
I Igine jet aircraft and' aircraft .
the agency that recently purchased by the merchants preeent and prevlouely 7 hock and there will' be weigh-

I the tourist attraction, 'Na contacted to form a committee in breaks after each 10 raves. Due terns.
The airman, son of Mr. and
: turs's Giant Fish bowl/ and const to further Investigate the to State law, minors are not per.
of 3509
J. Herman Stanaland
derable additional acreage In thi possibility. witted on the track' grounds. '
Ave., Tampa, attended
i vicinity. Klsslmmee Gazette \lAil records are expected' to fall '
lain High School.MACDILX .
Citrus' County Chronicle opening night since Shrine memo N
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I Inverness I ."A new business, a'' new avenue bers have been selling tickets for
,, AFB. Fla. -
I 0 for Jobs and a new dish" was the six weeks. Fans will find a new
Simon M. Karton of Tampa, Fla.Is (
Senior students at Tltusvllle headline of the July 18 Issue' of regular season poet time of 8 o'.
participating! in the Air
1! High School will benefit from six the Advocate, a newspaper pub. dock add 11 raves will be' run each
Reserve Officer Training CorpAFROTC
weeks studying by Arthur To fie, lehed In the city of Bridgetown, night.'
I ([ ) summer
comparative government teacher, Barbados, In the West Indies. The! ,University of Tampa Night on here.

; who recently attended the 'Institute headline heralded' the pioneeringof Tuesday/Sept. 24, will be the next .
Cadet Karton, son of Mr.
on the Nature of Communism the shrimp Industry on' that :special event Mrs.. Max J. Karton of 1001 !
i at Vanderbilt University In Nash. distant Island by two Fernandlna; 'The following Tuesday( will mark
is
Fremont, Tampa, observing
vIII., Tenn. Beach businessmen' Y... E. Had and the beginning of Ladles Night with'
I baking. an active part in
I;t' I -Star-Advocate' TKusvilleZephyrhllla Jack O'Callaghan. all LfaJdles admitted' ree each' Tuesday phases. of base 'operations )
Pernandlna Beach News-Leader for the remainder of the sea- I'
he encampment period.A
schools will observe eon which runs through Jan. 6.Rule. .
member of the AFROTC program
customary morning devotlonaf per- FBI operatives this week were at Florida State '

cods this year, school officiate reported taking statements from .' of ,Practice and ProcedureIn it Tallahassee, he will be

have announced. That means the a Jaxon beaten by three city po- The Municipal Court Of They! I for appointment as an Air

r 'school will continue to conduct Icemen on August 17. They also City of Tampa, Florida' 1 econd lieutenant upon

{A Bible readings. and say prayers In were to obtain statements from Rule 11., Suspension of Sentence l:from' college. :

the classroom' In the same' man. the trio of cops. A Justice of the Whenever any Judge desires to _o-

nor as was done 'prior to the 'lu.t Peace has Issued warrants for suspend any fines or penalties or MACDILL AFB., Fla. -

l prime Court'' decision of last May. he policemen to''' report for set- remit any portion or balance 2. Jardon II of Tampa, Fla.,

-Ze1)h'Yrl1IU' News Ling of a hearing' at some future :thereof' he shall, except in emergency jartlcljratlng in the Air

1 r date, probably ''when their accuser do so in open court with leserve Officer Training l

The controversial pran to conk la' free from the city prison farm. he Clerk in attendance and shall ([AFROTC) summer

struct an ocean front complex to Chronicle,'Jacksonville' furthermore cause written record lere. I

t be financed by $&2B million In hereof to be recorded upon such' The cadet a member of II I

revenue certificates moved a giant Smoke and dust, so to speak, records as pertain to the case. VFROTC unit at the II

step nearer reality Wednesday have 'cleared from the recent tobacco CRACKER POLITICS.. cA Florida is the son of Mr. I
when It received Judicial approval James E. Jardon of .
auction sales markets In (Continued from page 10)) Mrs. r'M'T
validating the certificates. Circuit the Florida fraction of the FloraIds Fred Karl met Bob Terry; for Eden Rock Circle "E", Tampa.
Court .Judge,'Edwin L. Jones conducted -Georpia tobacco belt, figure Cadet Jardpn is observing
he first time about a year ago t
the validation hearing and compiled disclose an Increase In when Karl visited the' Mlamlan's raking an active -parkin "" :

In lees than an hour and a half both sales dollars netted the grower I office 'W'Jthan introduction' froma phases of base operations 11 d : \

I upheld the plan.Beach as well as pounds totals of the mutual ,friend in Daytona Beach. th'e encampment period.

New, Jacksonville bright leaf harvested. They talked' in generalities' then. Cadets are eligible for appoint.men't
1 Beach as Air Force second lieu.enants
-Mayo Free Press I
"I ted his appearance' and his '
upon completion of '
attitude right from the start" re-
The flrat Vsnlce-bullt ruwspa- Zolfo Springs, once the red alls Terry "Of course, I checkedup \FROTC training and

,' per vendor was competed this haired stepchild of the county but on him and. heard very, very from college.'

week by the Vsnleko Corp. Initial now fast showing Its heels to its favorable. reports. Everybody
models have been delivered and neighboring communities, took an. thought well of him I e A1 >&

the firm has, orders for 100 more. nother step forward this week thought! well'' of him thought a

of the test models. It Is. contemplated when the new Regent Central Of lot of his skill and his courage as BIG I

,Y that full-scale production flee of the Inter-County Telephone a legislator, They said he wotfldnt!

:, will begin' as soon as reports are System In Zolfo Springs wasplaced 'take' a, walk' on a vote. Whether SHOW :

I ; In on the 25, test models, made In ssrvlce. I l t was popular' or not, you always

from temporary''dies..Venice. -WauchirtaAdTOcateAfter could tetl where he stood." NITELYThe

: Gondolier .
They became' better acquainted

years of effort ,Boynton as the months passed. Terry felt Brass Rail
: Davy (David Lane) Holt swept Beach will have Railway Express Karl would be the sincere con

to first place In all three of the pickup and delivery service, It scientious kind of governor that CLUB -
In the Junior has been announced by the exec.
competing events the future of Florida required. GIRLS .!. GIRLS .:. GIRLS
Boy's Division, fast Thursday, andFriday utlv secretary of ,the Chamber of "Really, I felt that here was the D 11184 FRANKLIN ST.

f 'In, Long Beach, C.llfornla'i Commerce.. man' I wanted to help." t
'to claim the National Junior Ski. -Do"nton Beach Repeat that again and again el ..ee II ...II.. II-::

;Championship and set new records over this vast state and you bare

tJ for future skiers to challenge. CITY COURT.. -as Fred Karl has done.-*i ed

; h 4 Halnes City Herald (Continued from page 11) up an awful lot of shoe' leather. ENJOY

:. "4 '' 0 A 23.yesrotd prisoner, charged But you also hue as Fred Karl NIGHTLY MUSICAL

, rl:' Florida's newest major attraction with disturbing the peace, using has done put together a cam ENTERTAINMENT
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la presently under develop obscene language In public, and paign team of men and women t

t me"t'and eonatructlon at 196th unlawfully concealing his Identity, 'possessed of a high degree of per. featuring

I: :' ,: Avenue and Gulf Boulevard, In. told ,the court he had been drafted Bonal enthusiasm.So THRRKSA

dlan Rocks Beach, on the site of Into the Army and he figured the while Burns and Dickinson WHIT

'.' the old Signal House and Tiki Army would 'not take him If be may' be regarded as the "men out alt tti. organ

Gardens which were destroyed by had been In trouble with the law. front" Karl .. the "man to

''! fire last May."Scheduled for.opening He was fined $75 or 75 days.. watch.' "
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:\ the first of December, the atK -

"'if..; < traction will comprise' two sip..rate
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'' of seven acne overlooking the bay

t ,' and the quit, of Mexico. lalaae M Ie3A.Kw

l '" .' -Gulf* Beach Journal MIeNI> *. TERRACE

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,j i Indicative of Dunedln'a ever ,'In. LOUNGE;

creasing population growth.are.the I SOWING THE 'INISTCOCKTAILS/
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names of 45 new home owners. who'

have made, applications. for city
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& MIXED DRINKS,
utilities services at,City Hall_ with ,FREDVALENTI
in the last month. IN TAMPA

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hampa
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Reflections of the Past And MayorJulian Lane's


Businesslike and Clean, Christian AdministrationFrom

( The Tampa Tribune, November 21, 1959) Council ScrutinizesCity I Guarantee Two Weekly Pickuos Dropped

LANE'S 'BUSINESSMAN IMAGE' Central Garage From GarbageFrom Tax- Ordinancenumber

I CREDITED WITH MAYOR'S WINBy OperationFrom ( the' Tribune, Dec. 18, 1959)) of times a week were eliminated .
FRED SMITH ( the Tribune' Sept. 21, 1961) By Vernon Bradford from the amended vetsion i
Tribune Staff Writer The city's central garage: little Tribune Staff WriterAn .
WXNTER! PARK, NOT. 21. Jackson Logan, Tampa Mayor Julian more than a year old came under amended garbage collection Sanitary Superintendent A. S.Shorty .
lAne's campaign manager during the recent election, today told studbnts city council scrutiny Tuesday to service charge ordinance with previous ( ) Milan some time ago
: and faculty from 10 Florida colleges and Junior colleges newspaper determine If K is raving or cost guarantees of twice-weekly stated he felt the guarantee of
support and an advertising campaign keyed to the "businessman"image tng money to operate. garbage collection and oneweeklytrash once-a-week trash collection now "
won for his candidate Comptroller Hobart Peltoank said pickups deleted won quick' given Tampans should be taken
"If ,Lane hadn't been sure of the editorial support from the the garage wag started on an initial city council approval yesterday. from the ordinance. He explained
local newspapers he wouldn't have announced for maJor* Logan < appropriation of $50,000, and There was no mention of these there were special occasions such .
this' amount was supposed to have deletions before the council adopt .s work week shortened by boll- .-
said.Logan, Mrs. William E. Davis, Lane's women's division chairman been "recouped." ed the amended ordinance in spe.clal days when It was impossible for
and her assistant' Mrs. Roy Brook, discussed the campaign with the So far it hasn't been, Pelhank session yesterday afternoon. city crews to provide trash pick.
106 students and facurty' gathered' for a political science seminar on reported to council and an investigatlon Only Councilman Dick Bacon up every week.
practical' politics.lStuynt : is under way to determineIf voted against the ordinance. There was no change in the Il
showed most Interest In the advertising on television' and the money Is tied up In motor Assistant City Attorney Henry' ia-month fee Imposed In the ordinance '
in the newspapers! by the two candidates' and newspaper coverage of parts Inventory Williams confirmed after the on residences. AH of the :'
the race. Suggests Delay meeting that the sentences of the changes are to start the first of
Logan said it was decided' early in the campaign by the Lane or. Councilman Lloyd Copeland tug. original ordinance stating!: there the year. There were several 'j
gani anon to capitalize on revelations concerning practices In the seated council should hold of would be collections of specific changes' on commercial chedule
Nuccio administrations' purchasing department. making any judgment on the economy .
The bulk of advertising and'speech material was keyed' to creating aspects of the operation un BAY BRIEFS by Odle Anderson
the "buBlne8' man image" of Lane versus the "oldllne politician til a report I Is made. (Continued from page 10)) 1
Image" of Nittclo, Logan said "We think It's saving us money,." Only a pro with many years of theatrical experience, ;
Mrs. Davis recounted the difficulty the organisation h'a'd' getting Mayor Julian Lane commentedwhen a description which only begins to portray the talented
started. "The majority of the volunteers for Lane had no previous experience Informed of the council's In. Marlene Dietrich, could have presented appropriate entertainment I
working with an election campaign" she' said. "We used terest In the status of the central at Port-O-Call last week. Miss Dietrich' walk- :F
trial and error some of the time and did make a few mistake beforewe garage., ed into an atmosphere shrouded with gloom and sorrow,
got well started" Mrs. Davis said.' The administration net up the due to the untimely deaths of Mr Lou Berlanti and his
,, Some of the volunteer had "goofy" ideas, she said. garage to put all the city's vehicle son Fred, developers of the compound where the lavish
Mrs. Davis' told how one 'came up with' the Idea of announcing at repair work under one roof with nitery is located' and presented a thoroughly engaging '
: a critical hour election day Fidel Castro was giving a speech at Tampa an eye to.making saving In,labor,, performance but well within the bounds of the good taste
Interniitional' Airport. This would get the Latin voters away from the maintenance and parts. required by the circumstances. The beauty, poise and
pine until alter they: closed thus' ,cutting off some of Nucdo's sup "FALLEN DOWN"The I charm of this great actress are enhanced rather than diminished -
j port. The idea was quickly squashed, Mrs. Davis said mayor'" admitted however, 'I by the passing years and who notices that she
i In another Instance> the volunteers for Lane found themselves that "somewhere, someplace- isn't a particularly good singer? With supurb showmanship ,r
stuck with 600 pounds of mullet, the campaign worker said. something ,has fallen down.''* I she holds her audience spellbound and with certain
i It' had been donated for a political' fish fry which coufldn't be fittedin Purchasing Agent, Jack; Griffin, I numbers, particularly "Where Have All The Flowers
the busy schedule. "We decided rather than let the fish spoil we'd who Is also In charge of the cen I Gone" and "The Boys in the Back Room," she delivers so
distribute' them' to needy Negro families," Mrs. Davis told. tral garage operation, has been detailed convincingly that' listeners willingly accept her as a great
I Idea Backfires to make an investigation to I vocalist, as well as a great actress.
determine "wfoatli wrong," the 5C cc
,
"The idea backfired. Volunteers were met with the icy comment
rr mayor said. Congrats to Ton Wright new news director of,
I 'You cant ''buy our.vote* for a lousy ylsh! ,
J .' The city's consulting auditors WTVT, Channel 13. Mr. Wright, capable and well-liked J
I have also been called In to look newscaster at the station since 1959, has the intelligence, ,,-
From a Tampa Tribune, into the situation, he said. experience and background to do a,splendid job in his new
Edi't.orJa1 I Lane said he believes the ap. assignment. He succeeds Joe Loughln, who left the local
I Tuesday'' Au3: 22v19Mt"THE ; $' ) parent fault in the operation lies spot to accept, the position of director of news at WCBS-
In the accounting procedures practiced "
GRAND JURY'SACTION' TV, New York.
WILL BE ,EXAMINED In the garage and the comp.tro)1er'l Mr. Wright, like his predecessor Is a great sports car
) office enthusiast; wheeled and dealed in' the little demons in an
FOR POLITICAL (Ed. Note: We understand that
amateur capacity in the past, but now confines his partiecipatlon
IMPLICATIONS". the City Central Garage Is still to spectating. ,

Don't Be Mislead In bad shape) (Continue on page 14)) r
Innocent Get
KEEP
Break On Cars ELECTED
FLETCHER By Dana Cessna
Times Staff Writer.
STRIBLING (From The Tampa Times, 1962) BLACKBURN : ,
City Judge Bob Johnson droppeda
YOUR COUNCILMAN small', but potentially lethal MAYOR ..:; \'
DISTRICT 4 bomb In the midst of wrecker czar
GOOD :::;
(Paid Political' Adv) Tony Oonzalo1 empire today with .. .,.;
an opinion thnt persons acquittedin R
,. SOVEfNMErA
-- City Court should not have, to
ara. .asn.a.arr a.w..a. pay a fee for having their vehicle PROVEN ADMINISTRATOR''
I .
Impounded.
George CritesWill Continued on pale 14) "


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HAGA SUS COMPRASEN' Education: Escuelaa locales y graduadodeeolegio! << :

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Junior League Hombre de Negocios:'Flabricante de Tabacos,
Director de un Hotel, Reparation ,.dtJIirnMI"! ,
Director de un Banco

Venta de AhorroEdificio 0 Lfder Activo en Recreo para Ia Juventud,.Asuntos
I Cfricos y Fraternales, Actividades Religiosas ;+
de la ElectricidadEn ;
Dedicado, a representar a todos. los ;,
El Terreno De La Feria
Ciudadanos de Tampa con Honestidady
Calle North Boulevard
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Selecdones de NUEVOS y USADOS i,
Administracion igual a un Negocio I)
.:. Utensilios -:- Juguetes -:- Ropas
-:- Artfculos del Hogar y otros Machos CORRAL QUIERE VUESTRO.. i
:3 GRANDES DIAS-Sept,12,13 y 14 SobmenteAbierto VOTO Y'APOYO'' ( "
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of The Past (Editor's Note: The Times, for I FRIDAY. SEPTEMBRE 6. 1963 PAGE 14 LA GACETA

nearly a year performed a pub. __
: \ (Continued from page 13)) to 7 a.m. In addition' the car r ------ ----- -
lie service by publishing a dally -
At the same time, Judge John owner must pay a 60 cents storage I
1\ list of purchases made by the Elect Vote y Elija a
: eon stipulated certain extenuating fee per day.City.
Lane administration Note how
tlrcutnstancM might bare a bear- PHILCHILLURA
i,
the business-like administration 11
Ing on the court' decision to recommend of
I that certain guilty' parties Tampa gave crony business firm J. W. ,
Purchases Conner & Sons Inc., plenty of
also "mlgnt not bare to pay
.1 I business just under the $1000 MIEMBRO DE LA
Theso purchases were confirmed
i an Impounding fee/
I city mark which did not require ap. JUNTA MUNICIPAL I
He spelled out some of those by the purchasing department proval by City Council. We wonder ELECTORALGRUP041ConUnuemos
I for Jan 18. Any purchase' exceed.
extenuating circumstance to mean why the Time quit perform. las
ing $1000 Is subject to "bidding and
Ing such an enlightening public Elecciones LibresEn
approval by City Council
possibly the breadwinner of a tam.41y
service
Scruggs Bros. Plumbing Co., ) Tampa !
was the guilty party, but because (Anuncio Politico Pagado) I :
he bad children to curb stops, $776. ._ \
eight
support --- - ---- -- ,
Oil Co., marine = = =-
was banded a suspended sen Standard gaso -
.Yf
tence.In lines, $110.81.IIams L a

Standard Paint Co, thIn.
line with his feeling that
Schooling
ner and traffic paint, $42405.
should! not
persons found innocent
Bilt-nite Awning and Window isftxa T Races NowRegular
have to pay an impounding tee, j'4.!a,
Johnson' declared' "I don't feel it's Shade Co., canvas covers, $154. A 7P.M.M.:74T .

right for persona in that category Airdrome Tire and Motor Co.,

to have to pay tor another per. tires and tubes, 46294. : SEPT.
""I son's mistake." A. C. McClurg and Co, books, DICKGRECO

"I'm not saying ''who's to 1579,84. I l gJ 6-7
Manea Dobbs Bros. Library Binding Co.,
for that mIstake-It might I
books to be bound, $640.05. City Council Dist. 4 i 9 10
judge, it might be the arresting : '
Splcola Hardware, cement, $864. *
police- officer" he added. "I justdon't (Paid Political' Adr.) I fr 12 13
J. W. Confer &; Sons Inc., as. -
i feel that an innocent person
phalt 92820.( 14. 16
ehou'ld' have to pay.'' .
'i J, W. Conner & Sons Inc., as. 'j 4
In the past, any person arrested o
phaflt $928.20.(
1 : while driving a vehicle has had to ArA 6
J. W. Conner &; Sons Inc., as. Season OpensSeptember
i turn the vehicle over to the po. G
phalt, $928.20.
I 1: lice! for impounding. Even If found 19
tBay\ Dredging & Construction
innocent in court, there have been
Co., shell, $950. .
t numerous instances of such persons T
Bay Dredging! & Construction NEWPOST
; ,
I having to pay an impounding >k>V i B'.Jf CR
Co., shell, $950. fR
) and fee
storage to Oonzaflo'g Cent .
J. W. Conner & .Sons Inc., as.
tral Garage Featuring
t phalt: 928.20, 0 A TIME
,
Impounding lees currently ---
runi J. W. Conner &; Song Inc., as. Top
$7.60 for towage from 7 a.m. to 8:00
92820. FREEDOM MARCH-Nov-
phalt, JOIN C
i .>. 7 pam and $10 towage from 7pmI Robbins Lumber Mfg., lumber, ellst James Baldwin (left) and Variety

I II $480. join producer Mr.. Joseph and Mrs.>anklewlcz Charlton Artists K P. M.

Tampa Photo Supply, Matrix Heston In Washington as they MATINEES

and copy paper, $418.75. arrive by American Airlines 2 P. M. SATURDAYS

Itawla Genuine, Parts Inc., spark for the March for Freedom. (

.r plugs, 12780. They were among many noted U.S. 41 North

< (Tampa Times, Jan. 19 persons who demonstrated for I Sulphur Springs:
1960)) civil right In the huge march. l l.
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BAY BRIEFS By Odie Anderson I

(Continued from page 13))

A giant rally of some 2000 Ku Klux: Klansmen from Do You KnowThat

many parts of the south was held at Lake City this month., you hove to pay admission fa. '' '
Reason for the secret meeting remains a secret, but vari- yes city dumps -

ous members of the hooded organization allowed them- Will our parks and. playgrounds, -.b. '

selves to be persuaded to have their pictures made-In- seat? .
;
cognito of ,
.z course. & '
a. a '.
PERFORMANCE PLEDGE

Happy to have my trusty 'ole typewriter back in oper- I. H* MX riliM..tor CUMllM.' ItlmitnlM ,
ftr
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wry City ImptayML ,
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ation this week, after my enforced absence last week. ruin. MrvlM I li a ,"1111. Iftrtt, s.1
Buigs will develop in all mechanisms, including mine, and .taw......MtlilM...t' ilmr. to.,III..!*..ImiBuiilty I thill lit.il.it. .(. n
nytr* kiiM !**" kMU wlMrt l they
viruses, by any name, cause trouble.AYUDE W' lMln. tlwlr IrvMS.
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A ELEGIR A 1. nIp will haw It .:MM Inm ,.II.h.MM
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I I ward A. O'Connor Jr. I .t... q ...< k* Mu.t*<.. I tlwll ..."
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;1 Chicago has received the Air RENE CLYDEBAZARTE !*. *t fltflt. Milk ':*..1..1...
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for "an act of heroism of the CANDIDATE FOR
WidePaid
highest order" O'Connor, on COUNCIL-City

duty at Cape Canaveral .last
October 17, directed flreflght- Miembro de la Junta I ( Political AdT.)

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Ing operations on giant Jupiter I I --- -------

missile which ,had been Electoral 3
II( i showered with flaming fragments I Grupo i AFTER CHURCH

from another rocket. Votemos este joven el ayude a dirigir !
I Tor ,three hours, with every por para que FAMILY DINNER SPECIALS
second threatening massive nuestras elecciones con cficiencia e integridad 'I
a I Served 11:45 A.M. to 4 P.M.
explosion he worked from the (Amincio Politico( Pagado) ''
I I 'CROWN $245. ROAST VERMONT ... .$145t
Jupiter's gantry latticework. __ I FILET MIGNON . TURKEY .'.. . . ..
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PAQINA 1ft, LA OACETA
/ VIERNES, SEPTIEMBRE I, W3 f DEFUNCIONES"-


MEDIDAS DE. SR. ANGEL E. VALDE8 de 51 Court dej6 de ezlatlr el mattes en

(Viene de la pa lna 4) silos' vecino del 3221 N. Armenia, un hospital local y .u entierro se

Ida interna del edificio. faMecid d sabado pasado en un verified el jueres, sallendo e1 cot

.$; "Los duefio' de boles' y lanchas hospital local 'y su eatlerro te ye- tejo fdnebre de la capilla de Ar
I
deben comprobar loa amarrea. 81 rifled el lune, saliendo el cortejo ando P. Boia la ,es practicable deben sacarae del fuunebre de la las 4:00
Nn :' Capllla RIverside : de la tarde para el ce-
'r 1n ague las embarcaclonee""Todae da Armando P. Doca a las 4:00 da menterto Colon NacW en Key

lee persona deben tenet la tartie para un cementerio local. West y lleyaba 30 a los de reslden-

aflbergue" durante el' huracan o Era soclo del C. Asturlano Nacid cia en Tampa. Le aobrerlren suesposo

temporal en Tampa. (Le sobreriven doe Rosendo Salffado; dos' hl
"No toque alambres:'' caldos por- hermanas, Sras. Palmira Koenig JM Sras. Cella Llano e Hilda Da.
a ? que puexlen tener Hen' te elec-
cor MarV.. Garcia via .
idol
? y ; un hermano ; hljos Amado y Emilio
4 trica hasta que la autoridad com- Frank Valdea, en Miami; dos tias.Sras. Salgado date en Miami; tree her.
petente digra lo contrario."
Anuncla Torafio en Espafta manas Sras. Laura Perdomo Rage'lla -
"P6npase en un lucar aesuro: en
y Amparo Fernandes dos obri-
e1 caso de un huracAn.' 81 el canTo _. -- ; .....__m._Casardilla y Maria Luisa
floe mepnen values y parry Koe nnUW188; un nermano Gerald Per-
1& : { ri ( u 'ojo' para directament por nig y tres sobrinas, Pura For domo. slate nJetos y clnco blsnle-
arriba habra una calma de clnco nindei, Cynthia y Shirley' Garcia toe.
minutos hasta media hora. Entonce .

el rlento' retornara de dl. PAULINA
reccidn SRA. BLANCO, de 77 SRA. LAURA ALVAREZ, de 7S
opuesta frecuentemente aftos de edad vecina dd'81 l 3102 N. afioa teems del 3222 calle Palmetto -

con mayor violencla." Albany, dejd de exiatir el Ylerne fallecid el domingo en un
u.AQc\Jese de las rentanas. 81
es do la semana pasada en un bos pi. hospital local y eu entlerro se e-
ta fuera no ne situe debajo derm
tal local y an vntierro se efectud fectud efl martes. nartlando .1 MP.
<\ Arholea. conductorei,
sun. son
'-- --- ---- -- el sabado
partiendo el cortejo M- tejo de la Capllla Riverside de Ar.
del rayo. nebre de fa capllla de Lord .y Per mando P. Boia a laa 1:00: de la

IAt TELEVISION. nandes, a las 4:00: de la tarns para tarde para el cementerio Centro

el cementerlo Centro Aituria. Ebpafiol Memorial Nacid en Eapafia .
(Viene de la paglna 8))
___ no Memorial Park. Nacid en Dapafia y lleraba 60 afioa de reaiden
"Loophole.!' y llevaba 60 silos' de residen-
cia en Tampa. Deja a su
esposo
AS MAYOR OF 5:00: - NatacJ6n.
JOB Ramdn Blanco; un Ismael Prendes y Jose y Francis
6:30: -Cheyenne. "701 Idtflo. hi Jo, Jack Dlanco! cuatro hlja, co Alvarez, Tun. hija Srta. Etel-

TAMPA 8:Hoolenanny.. (R) Sr... Josefina Perez Oltva Qiora Tina Alrares. Cargaron el sarcd-
900: -Show de Layrence
nelll Dolores Qulntero y Zoralda fago los Sre. Mario Sanchei, I..
Welk. Henrl 10:00: -P- lea. Rubin (Huracac) '
Aqutlina Vlllademoros, Concep Balbln, Sergio de la Parte Jr y
Ed Blackburn Carter contra FarldSaUlm cldn Benito y OHra Rubio, y sits Raymond Martinet.ENTREQADO .
10 aaalao.. nletos.8R. .
11:00: "La Condesa"

WILL SERVE YOU WELL JOSE ROSELLO, de 54 afios AL. ,

CUBA. .. reclno del 3304 N. Lincoln (Viene de la primers)

IKITES2DITVEFICIENCY.. ,f7. .,-..,.._- .w..... .... ...,..r._..........,, .,....,1..w...."..,.,.t.. ..1.. J..1.....ua......" ._.._. ....... .1.1 ao""V&WLI I 1m Dr.- -" -Laurflano--- ---- -flail.Inf.------,, ..-_". -A.-
... .
.
se.r
JId Habana
hacia La
la semana pa. de eta eluded y su entierro' se ese grupo de I refuciaidos, dice que

ANDECONOMY a conferenclar con el cobierno efectud el mattes, partlendo el el hombre confes6 haber reclbldoofdenes

y formular cargO'S contra cortejo funebra de la OapitTa HITerslde para ,inflltrar las organl-

willBe Washington.Dlcese de Armando P. Boia, a las saclonea anti.castrlsta en los Ea-

que Cuba pedlra un Jul. 10;00 de la mafiana, para el ce tados Unidos y recover' Informac6n .

cio para presentar sue agravios, menterlo Centro Espafiol Memo sobre lot que estas planean

The Key To His Administration probablemente deapufs de la 18a rial. Le sobrerlren vu' ecposa, Sra. contra et goblerno de Castro

VOTE TUESDAY FOR Asamblea General convocada para Justa RoaeTld; dos hijas, Srais. Sylvia '"No tenemo autorldad para re-

I el 17 de septiembre. Wood y Lily San Martin, y un tener a eats hombre 'contra su roluntad. -

ED BLACKBURN Cuba Begun dlplomaticos' cu.banoa heruvano' Frank Roielld.' Cargaron At que lo entregamos a1

preaentara quejaa que em el aarc&TaffO loa Srea. Moss Moore. Burd Federal' da Investlffaclones.

plezan en agreaidn econAmica y Cecil Arias, Frank Roaelld, Paul

paean a eapeciflcas acusaclones'de Cano James Wood y Jim San Mar
:: ACTIVA ..
loa Estados Unidos
quo 'eet n equtpando tin.
1 iUCIit APRECIARE a los comandos de exi. ..,. CVlene. .fl., .la primers),

VUESTRO APOYO PARA ados y ayudando a preparar'unauerta eleceltfn' ." ef Dlatrlto' 3 y sue con.

r" de invasidn,, en la America SRA. ISABEL Pf CASTELLA, de trance son dos active y populares -
Miembro de la Central: 67 shoe reclna del 1807 Arenida! cludadanos, Manuel' M. Fernandez -

.' Junta Electoral Reportajes fueron publicado 24, .falledd el a&bado pasado en un y Tony Jlm 'n',. Obten-

por el Washington Post aobre una hospital loctol y su entierro se re drd Lee 'los votes neeesarle' pa

S : Groupo 1 'niflltracidn en Cuba por la Agenda rifled el mtartea saliendo el cor. ra I Ir a ,la segunda vueltat '"
tejo de la Capllla de Armando P
y Centra; de Inteligencla. Duncan fu4 elegldo eoneej! ha-
Rota, la de Nebraska alas 4:00
Sam C.Zummo DWelt, por los diplomatlcos de : ce 12 afio y derrottf a un hombre
de la tarde,, para el cementerloXT

que Cuba modlflque su poefcldnhacla ._._ ._ .XT.*j4X. An ,.%.f.ait, sinwaj.. ..., n..t.Ho.........., de honradez aerlsolada oue era
-- -- --- --
: : el, tratado nuclear a menos coneejal. ', Henry 'Oarcfa. Henry ha
y vino a eats ciufdad' hace' doa afiosttesde : .
que se mejoren las relaclonee'enStre '' bfa servile blen' *f pueblo t pero
; Nueva donde resldfa
York ,
-, (Anundo Politico] : Pagado) La Habana y Washington lo los "demoorjitlMaa"' vetaron 'eon.
De'a.a tu e pOlO Ramdn PI! Caste
que es Improbable.' tra ril.peltldo.paAot',
., Ha. Oflcid en la eeremonla religiose
{Cuinto. veto lograrA Strlb.
el Rev William Poe de la ling ." .I> Oletrlto, No.4" Esta
Herido Por Su Espoaa iglevia Hope Church de West
'
ELIJA A UN ACTIVO LIDER CIVICO : vez, segnn la. 'opinion. que he-
Cuando Alvin E3., Gardner, recino Tampa, ayudado por el Her. Euveblo mo. esouchado, no sera .unto de
del 7004 Klngsbury irC'Je. forceeaba Valdes? de la itfesla' Bautls- apellldo ..

James "Jim" PeltMiembro con au eaposa 'pox la 'pose. ta Armenia. Nosotros 'no tenemos opinion eo-

idn de una eecopeta calibre 16.Or .
bre ,lie aouaaolones hechas per el
) anna se disparo y el hombre SR. FELIX GARCIA, de 67 afios,
Qran Jurado contra '
de la Junta Municipal Electoral ufrid: heridas en un brazo. recino del 112 }Co" Qenessee, faMecld Duncan.Un Strlbllng y

Los dtputados del' Sheriff In- el mattes en un hospital( local
3 .
Grupo r-' proeesamlento no II una eon.dena.
eatigaron el suceso. y' su entierro *e efectad el jueres.partiendo .
Le dos dleen' que IOn vie times
JIM PELT ES,,YERNO DE .FRANK CANNELLA No *e ha presentado acnsacidnorque I el cortejo fanebre de lacapffla de manlobras poKtloas. Sobre

(Anundo: Politico Pagado) nl el nl ella bacon car- I de Lord y Fernandez, alaI toe hombros del' ,fI.elt'd.1 estadogravlta
COl. f 4:00: de la tarde, para el cetneo.t .

I _____ f.ttntrn___n_ _A..h..anft.famnriall_.________ ____..__ el I probar qua son cufpa-
Dlt..
VOTE FOR CITY ELECTION BOARD GROUP 1 Park. Deja. do obrinos, Manuel Indudable .
Ptret Jr., Celestlno Perez; doe ,Pero *s qua lo* pro.
'
reaobrlnos, Manuel Fere III y eesamlanto ,le* han p.rJudloado
Martin Perez de modo considerable' en ouanto alas
Nad
I FLOYD W. JOHNS en Eepafia y '
lleraba M silos de resMencia, en *lc 'lone* del, vtnldero mart*.

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1963by
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AS WE HEARD IT ROLAND MANTEIGAContinued


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I ( from page 1)) into the matter. promise to be loyal to this 'syndicate' ings City Councilmen Lee Duncan,
Sometimes a man will speak or Now, folks, we want you to think which controls two daily newspa- Dick Bacon and Fletcher Stribling'' :
write an untruth, and even without about what you have just read. The pers, a TV station and two radio sta were indicted.
consideration of personal or political major dailies of any city are the tions." With the election scheduled for
profit, be considered dishonest. chief and often the sole weapon Four years have passed into his. next Tuesday, September 10, just
During a hot political campaign, a available for fighting injustice and tory.The five days hence, we feel that we can-
mere misuse or simple adjustmentof helping correct any serious problems young 'knight' turned out to not justifiably analyze, with., any accuracy -
the truth for selfish reasons, can confronting the citizens of that city. be a hesitating and vacillating administrator how the grand jury probe
be thought of as a dishonest act. The Why? The newspaper is the source and found great plea- and resulting indictments will affect
deletion of information, which might through which the citizens become sure in using such phrases as "I will the various contests. This column
influence the voting public the aware of the problems, and are then study," and "We will make a survey was written a few hours after the
'wrong' during a hot electioncan able to act.According. ;" and so, four years later, while grand jury adjourned. The grand
way
be termed dishonest. Sometimesan to our information Mr. he didn't do much for Tampa, he dida jury will reconvene September 24, to
editor becomes a 'God' and decides Clendinen has seemingly refused to lot of studying, so you can't give resume its investigation.With .
that he is not a wrongdoer if act in the interest of the public, tem- him an 'F' for failure.He this situation confronting: us
I I he just distorts the news slightly or porarily, at least. made the professional politi- we feel (since predicting elections is
i deletes information, for, as sole Why? The Tribune's protege, Mayor cian Nick Nuccio look like a 'blundering a serious business with us) that the
I judge of the situation, he says to Julian Lane, has his back to the Novice' when it came to employing lack of sufficient time to get the reactions .
j himself that the public should not political wall and the Editor doesnt 'crony-ism' as a necessary from scores of individuals
know all the truth, all of the time. want to endanger the chances of his device in his administration.So puts' us at a serious disadvantage;
I lIe might even think that it would 'favorite' who is presently seeking much so, that this practice by consequently we will only comment
) be dangerous for the. people to know reelection l _. Lane has become a major Issue in briefly on how we think. the Mayor'srace
all of the truth. Particularly is this Many ::itizens are of the belief this campaign.The will turn out.
true of a newsman or editor who that this city has been existing on Tribune continues to explain Here are some reactions we received -
i I, wishes to influence the voters in fa- the brink, of disaster, ever since the Lane's numerous blunders as minor, regarding the indictments:
) vor of his own choice. Do we say that Tribune placed Julian Lane in the but honest, errors of judgment due "Why weren't there other indictments -
II' only editors of large dailies are guilty Mayor's office in October, 1959. Now to inexperience. ?" These three councilmen are
; of being journalistically dishonest we know. The hospital story tells us If you can get a close look at that the goats of the affair. The indict
i,: f.,; ? ,No, of course not. once shining armor, you will note ments killed the political chances of
Political power, prestige and so.On several occasions Mr. Clendinen the tarnish brought on by four yearsof Bacon, Stribling and Duncan. They
v 'I wealth are not requisites for men has written and ,asked us to cor- actively participating In the sportof will not be reelected. All the incumbents -
who are prejudiced'' in their reporting rect or adjust some comment or report 'crony-Ism.' The creaking of the will suffer from the probe;
I' and editorializing. that we had made about him in armor, as it walks slowly by, creak- even Mayor Lane."
This tell this column. In every instance we ing caused by the rust of inactivity "Other comments heard: were: "I
reporter can sincerely
e" that he tries 'to be honest have,- in good faith, published his brought on by vacillation and inde wasn't going to vote for Stribling,
as as
you protesting letter completely, giving cision. The holes in the headgearwere but now I atn. This is just a struggle
possible. However, on occa=:
many him all created by imposing taxation for political
,the space he would need to power and these boys
I along' we are aware that our commentaries point out our error. on the people (garbage tax) ; mismanagement got hurt. It is unfair and unjust.
are influenced by our personal -' If the, chief editorialist of the in an emergency (the ''These councilmen won't have, 'a
likes and dislikes-by our prej Tribune wishes to protest our item freeze of last December 'and long. chance to defend themselves. This
udices.' We note that in trying to report concerning his conversation with his delayed collection of the resulting probe should have been started and
I; an item about some one We favor doctor friend, we will be honored to debris, which caused months of inconvenience completed several) months ago." '
l t' I we apparently find a way in publish his comments and, at the, to the public and which These are the varied reactions,
which our 'favorite will come out same time if possible, 'make public finally ended in costing the taxpayers have heard In the last day or so.
'smelling like a roseregardless of the name of the doctor. nearly a million dollars) ; and his We believe} that the indictmentswill
\ the contents of the pit into which he .' late entry, into the telephone strikean seriously affect the political r
fell. And, in reverse, when we comment Four years ago the Tribune com- entry made only because it chances of Duncan, Bacon and Strib
I !''t S'i ; on someone we might not be pany, still smarting from a political seemed to be a brilliant political ling; There will be a reaction,in gev-
i .1 too fond of. we automatically seek d i t i. flt ted i'' VTt.1.Nuccio .. '(!oup. .' rral other contests, also'. 'CI. ': '
e ea n c 1956 when ..ICA 'f nee we
that narrow road lined with weeds of This last-named backfired don't know how the ij. ,
i beat their mayoralty candidate move : mayoralty can
J bias and prejudice and consequently went into the woods of subur- it will be recalled. Thedeep; scratcheson didates, 'opposing Mayor Lane plan'to r
I our 'victim' suffers. the breastplate were caused by use the indictments
"J bia Tampa and brought forth as during the last
I We confess.'that sometimes we fall their j political champion a young public protest when he permittedclose five! days bf the campaign, It is'' dif I
/ into the,ca egorl of men who try ,to dairyman named Julian Lane. They friends to mow the propertiesof ficult} to .estimate ,how much, if any,
.1/1 play: 'God' with the might of the pen put, him in thear na to fight the citizens, at exorbitant prices, and political damage an be 'inflicted on
d justify
and ''journalistic:: dishonesty, political l 'monster,' who was spendingthe then placed liens against these. properties Lane. j' t.,
by saying to ourselves that the pub. people's money erecting long- when the bills were not paid. Here is the way we see the Mayor's
t\, J: lie 'should not ,know aIr the truth all awaited and long-needed public projects The knee protectors don't work race: '
I the time. at a pace unheard of before In smoothly any more, because of the Mayor Lane and Nick Nuccio, will
I Prejudiced editorials are' not exclusive the history of the city. mysterious bombing attempt to end run very closely. Perhaps less' than
.1 'I' property belonging tto editors The Tribune editors were not so the life of his ex-close friend, Tony 2000 votes will separate them. 'The
of humble ,weeklies, ,however. You much against Mayor Nuccio becauseof Gonzalo, who, at that' time, 'was the majority of the experts see Nuccioas
might,be surprised' ,athow many edi- his 'active administration as they wrecker czar of the city;and the at- the top man. We think Lane will
tors of: major newspapers, dwell ,in were' with 'th fact that Nuccio was tempted extortion and political trial 1 have a slight lead. '
this house,of personal bias-his pri not 'their boy: They wanted one "and of Mr. Gonzalo which 'followed two Ed Blackburn'is a tough one to fig
son of hates. and.likes.We found him. (Read Jackson Logan's years later. ure. The experts are divided into two
are told that there, are some statement, made in 1959 after the The once shining, armor worn by camps. One group thinks that the
who"must I think they ,own ,this 'evil election. It 'appears on page' 13 un- the Tribune's champion in 1959, is (sheriff has been gaining rapidly
1 : abode' for,they never wander beyond 'der the heading 'Lane's Businessman no longer brilliant and bright,, despite during the last two weeks and that'
the walls into the sunshine: Image''Credited With Mayor's Win.) their: numerous 'whitewash he has taken many votes from Mayor
The feeble: thought that we are Here was' the :picture the Tribune jobs,' (excuse, please),''masterlul'editorial Lane They believe his gains have
trying to get across _to you, dear drew of Julian Lane: War ,hero, successful paintings. : v thrown 'NuccIo into ,first. place and
reader, is, don/t/ believe everythingyou l ydutig 'businessman, ,God- The public has become aware of that Blackburn and Lane are battling"
read. Always question, the 'motive fearing Christian, family man, civic the dullness and of the wear and it out for the second spot., The other'
and especially, during political leader, college football star and all- tear toll taken by inexcusable 'er camp thinks that Blackburn 'has already l.
campaign You should "" rememberthat 'American boy. A man who would do rors' of the present city administration -. ,hit his peak and is running
an editor, becomes more involvedin away with the disease of 'crony-ism' about 5,000 votes behind the second
personal i J''prejudices during' a cam which was a 'part of the Nuccio administration Next week we'll tell you why hiswh.ite man. We go along with the lattergroup's
paign than,at any other time. Lane-a businessman horse doesn't run any more,
. Mr. . analysis!
who 'would bring businesslike Most observers think that Guy
We were told that, two ,weeks ago, leadership to the government of ,the The 'Election Edition' of BAY Burnett: has been gaining steadily,
1, a well known Tampa doctor called his City of Tampa. Play Magazine'will be' available on but that he needed a 'big break' in \
. good friend,. James Clendinen 'chief For three years (1956( to 1959)), un- many of the newsstands in Tampa the probe. If Lane had been the subject -
editorialist of the Tribune, and pleaded der the able and crafty leadershipof this week-i1d. Included in ,the P bUcatIon'Is"'a ,of severe'cri'ticism"by' the grand
with him to expose some of the Managing Editor Virgil Newton, 24-page pictorial" l feature jury, Burnett 'stood ready.to pick up
critical conditions 'that are abundant every trick in the newspaper field (more' than 70 photos) previewingnext big prof its. ," ;. ')
\ at Tampa General Hospital lie cited, was turned against Nuccio. The con- week's, election' and presenting; Since this criticism did not materialize -
as an example, that 674 patients tinuous attacks by the Tribune had, the candidates involved. We believe we cannot: 'pee the young
,t were hospitalized on Davis Island in weakened the 'political 'defenses of it is to be the first of its' kind--po. fighting businessman running ny
a hospital which has a total capacity his administration .. litical reporting of a local 'campaign ,better than fourth. His big handicap
a i i of 603 beds A previous civil defense The skillful editors convinced the, In"a.. -- single'. edition.. .". 'was obvious5''from the"'beginning1ie" ;
survey had estimated that under people that Nuccio should be re- Is running against three fast 'horses'
disaster' C- nd1t1o'na40 additional placed with the 'savior' of Tampa's' It has been the policy of this column and if he should edge anyone of, tine
beds could be safely! placed in Use, future and, after a bitter arid' expensive for the last six or seven years .big,three it will be considered an 'outstanding
F but for" a limited period only and racial battle, the politician to write our predictions the week political victory. for hira'MfJIM'Fair ( ;:
strictly under emergency conditions. Nuccio fell to defeat. preceding, ari' election, H- will:mm last. Here, 'too,
;'1 So here we have 71 more beds being The 'knight in shining armor' We have'attempted In the' past to the experts r&diVided as to how 'far
used than should be'used winder' into his white place contestants in each "*
nor came riding town on race in the back he will be. One group pi
mal conditions'and 31 beds above the horse and, as he rode past the.towersof position! we ,believe they will 'occupy, Fair to von ,real close to 'Burn'" t.
number' civil defense Authorities the Tribune Empire just''one after the votes are tabulated.; The other opinion ''ia'tat' Fair'' II
za deemed safe under dicaeter conditions. block east of City Hall-he raised With- modesty, we tell you that we draw less than 3,500 votes. WeJWiIl
his hand In'a gesture of total7 obi- 'are recognized by local: political ,take, the //middle road? Fair will'ilM: .
Editor CleBdJaea iras very sysip- dience and, hushed tones, whispered 'sharks'1 aV doing quite well"'in the a'few more" than 4,000 votes. ,f.--
'thi tic, but>expJef) ecl'' to m* doctor the mystic oath to the crown political forecasting game.. i '
I friend, that :thl# ''would 'be so 'inopportune princes of political power/in/ Ta&fcLIt > : Unusual events surround this electioW LAJGACETAIsSoidAlfXll .
' time'for him, ,to edftoHftfee somethinglike' this: .'1, -' V'fMhd jury': probe of r cftyzoniag : ;: \

I against the existing 'ills' of TMMM pledge allegiance to, the, ;Tribune, Wended Ks- Leaefcmff'Downtown
General Hospital.) However", he added company, to Mr. Newton, to Mr. :of:the investigation this Wednesdaq' >
after tee election he would look Clendinen, to Mr. Council, and I evening, and as a result of its find News Stands



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