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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 13, 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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Resource Identifier: oclc - 01445676
lccn - sn 86002403
issn - 0016-3724
System ID: UF00028296:00349

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NUMERO 37 VIERNES, SEPT1EMBRE 13, DE 1963, TAMPA, FLORIDA [PllECIOi 10 CENTlVClS )



Nick Nuccio Obtuvo Mas Votos '




Julian Lane En Las Primarias Del Martes .1



Iran Los Dos a La Segunda Vuelta, Fijada C

I Para El 24 De SeptiembreEn ,Rompio El PartidoDe Roland Manteiga

Villalba Con
las elecciones primariae de. I duramente al Alcalde, con 6,141.

mocr&tlcas del paeado martes, Votaron por Jim Pair llamado Los Extremistas

Nick Nucclo, el ex alcalde) : 7 actual el "eterno candidate," 2,819 clu CARACAS Sept. 10.El part!,. AS WE HEARD IT ,
Comislonado del Condado, ob- dadanos. do Union Democritlca Republlca
,.
tuYO mAl Totos que el Alcalde Votaron por 1os candidates a Al no de lEqulerda, euro inter lo es The 'editors of the
Tribune and Tampa Times
Julian Lane y log dos Iran a las calde, en total, 82,793 tampeftos. el Dr. Jovlto Villalba rompid las the endorsed .
candidacy of A. T. Rollins for Councilman of
etecciones de eegTintfa T u e 1 t a, Muchog grupos de rata n- gra a- gociacione que soutenia con el District 1 and he
led the field in that race ; the editors
que ee efectuar&n el, 24 de sep- poyaron a 'Lane. partldo Comuntsta 7 el MoTimien*
supported wealthy businessman Manuel Corral in the City.
tlembre, nartes. Lane 'ba .ldo un Alcalde Inferior to Revoluclonarlo, grupo marzlita Council
race for District 2 and he led his four opponents
La popularidad de Nucclo quedd comparado: con el Alcalde que le bablan ofrectdo apoyarlo /including the incumbent Stun Mirabella.
demoetrada una Yes mas porque que fuera Nick Nncclo, 7 en la segunda para la Presldencia de la Repa*
Dick
Greco
Jr. was their choice in District 4 and he
la ciudadanla le dl6! 23,182 votos, ru' lta es poslble que algunoa bltea si induia a rarios de sus beat
his
two opponents by a lopsided margin Council
952'mis de los que reciblera' Lane, de BUS amigos reeurran a mlembros en el grupo de candidate chairman West ;
Doug another Tribune-Times candidate
22,230. los prejulcios uttlizaron a legisladores.Vlllalba .
con
que
was an easy winner in his race; the editors picked dry-
Nucclo gand 39 de los 73 col ixlio, tamentablemente, en 1959. leI sugirlo que apoyena
voting Lloyd Copeland in District 6 for another vic.
glos electorales y Lane: 34. Eflfa' rex no se podra declr con otro'' candidato 7 dtJo que los easy
tory; a newcomer to the political field, Conrad Johnston
,
El sugar le correspondld el extremlstas eetin saboteando su
tercer deecaro que entonces se duo
showed his heels
to
opponents and his lead over incum
al Sheriff Blackburn, Jr., que hi. que fuisen a votar porque tot ne- campafia e intentando dominar el
bent Dick< Baton and Freddie Barja was due strictly to the
so en los ultimos dlas una Ylgoro- gros y "latinos" estaban votan- partido. .
endorsement he received from the two dailies "
ea campafia y alcansd 9,420 TOo I ItOI. do por Nick. En laa ultimas eleociones presl. .
In the district three race the "news syndicate" did
,,
,
El pasado marta la votaci6n de klenclales, el partido de Villalba '
not endorse any candidate. Incumbent Lee Duncan
Quedi en cuarto lugar el Sr, los negroa a favor de Lane tub obtuvo et 80 por ciento de los TO run!
ning under the political burden of two recent
grand jury'
Guy A. Burnett, Jr., que atacara I superior a la de Nucclo. toe 7 quedd en ,segundo lupr.I' .
indictments held slight lead in his race against three op.,


Reelegidos Facilmente West Y ponents.The' editors of _the Tampa papers also advlced ,the vo.. .

I', ters in a total of seven editorials to cast their votes for

Mayor'Julian Lane. The public did not respond as they did

Copeland y Electo Dick Greco in the city council races Mayor Lane came in second.

The public's first choice was Nick Nuccio. .

Como sole periddlco lo pronos. reelecto concejal pot el Distrito:K 915': votos; P. Joseph: Rodrigei! Mayor Julian had everything going for him to make ,

ticara en las elecoiones primaries con un total de 32,289 TOtos. So ez: concejal 12,189; Bill' Myers, him top man in any race. Everything that is, but the

01' democrAUcas, 'del martee rencle- contrario, Alexander' Scaglione, actual, concejal, 10,738; I* D. Me votes of the majority of the people. Let's take a close look

ron acilmente en lot Dlstrito4 4, obturo 12,118 rotos.' West es pre Swain, Jr., 7,809; el comerdantt at the; awesome power behind the candidacy of Mayor

5 7 6, lot Sres. Dick Greco JrM sldente del' ayuntamiento 7 asegfl- Simon Schwartz 6,327, 7 Jim Ash Lane.The .-

t W D. (Dong) West 7 Lloyd Cope- ran que serl reelegfido como taL' be ry, f 1,1.1. .Jrin m la segunda 'editorial support of the two ,dallies, and 5 other.

land. A ., ...!V.1)fi ptrecildo tern! : Y eTta Rollins ;7 Rodriges/frr publication:' iri this city. Money plenty of.lt. Our sources *,
r' '""'"recd'gaftbe'riCehconeejsl''dslDietdto ( -eota(;ejal '*! cam : 'VetaeUn en,et'.Ol trite'*<. witbhv Laic's. camp,,estimate; that.., i$ OOOO ,went ..I hitt#l )

I 4, alcanx6 la mayor ye* tel'.toyd Copeland con '29,0)8 TOtos. ,Manuel Corra.'/ fabl4orlbte de ta greasing' ',th\:, political machine driven*"by supporters' o( __"

ac6n:! 'Me 'logos los candldatoe' ttai Votaron pot:Sal Lumia, t,58\ bacos, ''17,1858 votes/8am MlrabelIs (Continued on pan 13). .,-... A-t

: tioncejaltas! con S3.90S 'votos.; ciudadanos 7 por Jesse E. White; 1 ,003; James vl'" Minardi; 12,.,
Bus dos oponentes, Anthony (Julie 9.5J5. 436; Milton \\. Phelps 5.288,' 7 Al Aumentadoi Los: IEn Is..legolons. prlmerlss'dsl'' .

) GrlmaMi, reciMd 9,298 7 ret' VoUolon en el Distrito 1 Lombardl 2,618. Sueldos A Los martes, nesetrosuna apr4olamos'q' ,

char S. fitrlbllng 8,017. A T. Rollins, que es concejal 7 .A la segunda Tuelta Iran Ma parts eenslderabfe d. less. l".
W. D. (Doug) Went fti* fuera alcalde de Port Tampa 14.* (Pass a la patina 11)I' Maestros tampefioa empt,,u a ver een,el-,:
rldad' la apelli-
ousstldn de los
(NUBJVA YORK* Sept. 10 La
amenasa de buelga ,de los meow dos y g vetar por los meVltee
Acordaron Los Obreros De La General tros de esta ciuttad ha sldo ellm. reales, e qulzas aparentes, de lea

I' nada medlante anmentos, de sue eandldatos.,,
Telephone Co. Volver Al TrabajoLe dos que en, conjunto asclenden a No haoe busns e mats a una
I II $24,300,000. persona su ape I ride y este lo ".'

buelga de la General Teie-a Kncierra la proposicl6n acepta be lode' hombre.. dr..to'y he.neste. .'':
No, eontlene d'peltpro! mayor VOTACION PARA MIEMBRO8 .' .'
Company, quo ee caracter la ,
phone da una,subida de $580 para ma
16 por la intransigents de la ems la peslcl6n 'de, Los dersehlsuf_ EN ,LA JUNTA ELECTORAL yorSa de los maestro*, en nn, priodo .. Per el apslllde- de erlg...en lUHa--

presa al ,recbaiar .una,, proposl. que lo diems y actaan come tales, de 2 altos no derrotaron a un exeelente Al> t
ti6n de artltraje '7 POT actos de sln6 en los politicos que se Martian low lie aqul la Totaclfin obtenMa' por La paga maxima para un maes c.,t. sn' let eemleles de 199*' y'[ '

Tiolencla por partf d* vnos pocotraibajadoret dsmecratae, pertsntoen at Junta candidates a Municipal.miembros de- la fro con 14 altos ds senriclosseis y le sustltuyeren eon 'un eluded' *!'.

ee Wm
aatio tunes despots de una TOtacidn ,llevar a la nation por Is estre* Grupo 1 logics, sera de fll.OH. gubernim.ntsl'que ser el, ahlja*

efectuada por la Unl6n ,en 1m eha sends de los .estsdos que re.pressnten. Henry F. Orr ..,.,..".,..,.. 9,80 Votaron a 'favor del ,arreglo qua 'de. de visa pederesa empdesa.POP .
D. 8. Klckllghtor ..,. ...... 7,77 la' '
Q.u.e. Interrlntoron 2,300' mknmfcroam ; ya.babia stdo aceptado pot la Jnnt Radio se lanzaren In*
,. Presfdente de la Local 824Robert Part. de la Constltucl4n no Sam C. Zummo ."." ."..,.... 5,72 de ,Bducacl6n, 1,600 delegadom sultee eneublertee' contra el' Af*'"

Mount, Infonn6 que pot exists, tal como la deflnlsra tl I Floyd W. Johns. .,. ", ,., .,., 6,08 la AsamMea de la Unlda Fede; ealde eflclente y ('lee prejulelee..
'se acordd Tribunal Supremo' fa naelon', C. (Chuck) Beck ,,,,,..... 5,06 vencfsron '
muy peque&o merlin raclon: ,de Maestros, 7 71 en con.
dar pot flnanzado el moTimientoaunqne el ago 1952, en loe actuates mementos T, Gerry,Sctortlno ..,.",.... 3,04 tra. |Se hart ,fo mlsme antes dsl' M.-,;,'

fA ToteS en contra. hlatdrlcos. Charlie Key .....,.,,,,,.. .. 2.213, de. veptlembreT

"Esto algaifica,que la huelga .. Hay rebeldfa' contra lo resuel* Iran a las segundas primaries;': Refutada La PosicionDe En sets, perlodiee nunca hemeeJuzgsdo
dando ine to unanlmemente por el mas alto .. Orr 7 ,Klcklighter. alas,
ha teralnsdo. Dstoy personae per ewe
I trucclones a todos los mlembros Tribunal de la RepdbDea y el Grupo 9 Goldwater En psllldoe u orlgtn.

para que rigresen al trabajo.!' Podtr Ejecutlvo, enesroado dshaesr James A. Lenfeify ... ... 18,244 Medlmos a hombres y m......
No qnlso Mount dar a conocer: eumpllr la Constltucl6n y Tony Cardinsle .. ,...."..,. 9,914 Cutnto Al TratadoWASHINGTON res por su conduct a travfe de

las cifras "porque esto'no slrre a las !leyes, se ve obllaado a pro. John C. Fannln. to. ....... 8,621 Sept 10. Si los afios.

nin >'iin prop sfto de ntllidad" 'ceder eautelosamente porque la A la segunda, Tuelta Iran Len Senador repabllcano Barry Goldwater Lee: que esgrlmen' prejuleleepare '

Interrogado sobrs la posklto! 'dela "rebellen" emana de algunoa de testy 7 Cardlnale, salTO que en loe tlMaido de derednlsU. pot. sstlsfseer adios o mblcle- '
seta foe Jefes del, partido que gobler.ne. Totos aueentes Lentestey obtenga los repnbllcanos liberates, quierevgregarle nee Indlvlduales, atropellande,
: DO sa.
,empreia: dUo Que "
Jtst.dlO.COD el, resulta4o.("Ba' mi cerca,de 200 TOtos mis al tratado prohltiendo rsxdn y, oayndo'on el desenfre:

opinion .la.eompafiia( .DUDS ha .I. |Le setter dando srmas a los Grupo S las detonaclones nucleare en el ne, arrastran' pet el lode fa hit'

do justa eon sea eJD1ll a401. La comunlstae y fasclstas toe que Rene Clyd Bszarte ..,...., 6,875George sire, en et mar 7 bajo la super torts de Tamps y su prostfaleeomo

oferta aceplaJda' 'no,'es macho me- trmUn de burla-,.. de la Constitution W, Crites, Jr. .. .... 5,762 fkle del' mar una enmienda que eluded ,eesmepellu y de at*"1'

la que nos ofrectera ante I I J. R.. (Johnny Barker .... 1,2.4 exJja la retirada de Cuba de las to nlvel! cultural y humane. ,

Jor qua fcvelfa." Jim' Bates ...:.............. 5.205 armas nucleares) soriitfcae los Lo d..nt.i lo Juste es reeelvsr -'
de ta
"Repito* qua Tot* NO j no meavergJensa Reel aido Stark 04. W. McDowell .......... 4,452 "mlsilee"' 7 el personal mtlitarruso. lee esuntos"electerefse y de)

,dedrloi ," Secretario De LaAdminUtracion James II. (Jim) Pelt ...... 4.116 tra. ales' eeledUidelet soon
Rose SftautM ............... 8,049 Comentando la mere strfden* une base de henrade' y aspic!*
i En el Condado Manatee la mat Julius Storcb ...,.,......... 2,451 da polltlca"/ de Ooldwmter' el Se dad.. nil per, lee apellldes o des
I; (yoria TOtA, contra >el, contrato. : Como La Cac ta 10 predijera, 'A1' lam segnndas prlmarias irinBaxarte nador,I Hike, Mansfletd, IMer de Umayorfa eetee, Tabrieades en el perfe.

F2 Sr. M. D; Mnrpb7v e1 prlncl- W. ;L. (Bin) etark: Dub reelecto 7 Crltee.Orupe. : en el Senexlo, duo "que el do comtclal.lulfados' .

3 pal negodalor, .preS"m" tarde ecretario idV la" Adminlctraclon: I 4 & tratado''es" una anrmacion de''laMa I

. t que eUcontrato.: tendra 'que air Municipal. Hrnl." Atkins.{.. t.r.". ",.078nrotne human por si mlsma." (Los
aprobado ,en WesWngton, D. c., I Stark: faabla doe Idiomme, es al* ,. :;
Sierra'Jr. La
; ........ 10.478 .en. que preeenta QoM*
r f for la Union IntemadonaLOee tamente eerrldal y rectbW 30.841 I' Phil C&fllTjra: ........,..... 4,443 water, segon IfansneM ""qvoieredeclr Cuba os. Q..; HicieronDemoitraoioa

\ 'que la' huelga,ha Tigorita*' votes, .. Arbert>hooatt fr....... ..':,". 1.129 que. los rusoe entooees pe ..,. >
la UnWn circa del pdbtlco. Sa opoehatqua'era: o e. eraVteatlo "7fn 'la'ecfunda' .'vaeitx'' flirts r
ilo. competi- qne ooeotroe nos': reUremoe tfOW9' TOBIt; ....J'J: .:... Oat 4
."AJCBM-4- ,-la* eowuk ateflml ,4..1&, tIc1D&, del,, registry: rte .Atklas.7,:Bl.rra.., lie Grids,. Tnrqnla o Berfbi,' o tore .cobanoe qne, $4 tsaetsroa"a1 I
: das a la Unite, no son de so res- dor electoral Deckle Sr. AnthonyWreddJe _ru,. 8 eaalqufer otro Ingar. T toe llriglpto. erfMo, an Polo.Qrouvte,- el iePvM -

(Pass a Ia pagto U) | ) PrtMric. obtnro 10."" (Pas a la padm. 13) (Pass a U pAglM IS) ( a ta patftaa M) ,


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P t'GtA1VYA'AR' LA GACETA RACINA
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VIERNES, SEPTIEMBRE, 13 1963
ANUALES DEL DIA DE COLONLa ANTONIETA MANDE8E- Pagara el Club durante tree afios

Asoclacidn, de Colon, prealtiida > ear Cite de su primer rlajeDespues JOHN A. ARCIDIACO la matricula de los estudios de' Congratulamos al 'Sr. MortonL.
Annls, fabrlcante de tabacosque
por el buen amigo y compaflero sera. elegida y coronada En la Iglesla' eatdllca Nuestra Barbara en el Catholic Charity '
Paul i P. Longo' nOt enria el la nuera Reins Isabel. Son las Sailors del Perpetuo Socorro con.traJeron Hospital) de New Orleans, donde Ie caracterlza por su "don

programa) acordado para el Dla candidate ins Srtas. Sandra Spa I matrimonlo el domlngo su hermana mayor, Maureen, aca de gentes" y extraordlnarlo discernml -

de Collin to, Jeanette Sciontl, Carol Jean pasado oficiando el Padre P. Kelley ba de completar un afio de estu- nto, por haberle dona
do una piscina de natacl6n, va-
:Z>1 12 de Octubre' anlrersarlo Messina, Orquidea Liana, Joann la Srta. Antonleta Mandese, dios en el programa de entrena-
luada en $45,000, al I Jewish Cen.
del descubrlmiento de la Amends Witflbire, Gerllyn M Llles y Jo- hija de los esposos V. James Man. mlento de enfenneras, tambienpatroclnada
ter Community de Tampa.
i ae efectuara. una ceremonla hanna Tenuta. dese, residentes en el 2702 de la por las Sefioraa Optlmlstas -
61 1 pie de la estatua de Cristobal fie bailara entre las 2:00: de la cafe Kathleen, y el l Sr. John A. de Ibor City. Merece ei la sits consider

Cdl6n, en el Bayehore Boulevard tarde y las 8:00: de la noche, con ArcMlaco,, kilo del Sr. Anthony I Barbara se gradud el pasado e6n. de los ciudadanosode re-

Ser&n. inrltados drplom4tico. yfconsules dos populares 'orquestas. Arcidlaco Tludo de la Sra. Bplfania junto en la Aeademla''de1'Sagra'dO llgldn hebrea y de. todos,:\ "..r Jos...j' tam.peflos. -

entre ellos el exnbajado Donatlro para el banquete, $5.00 Arcldlaco, con domlclllo' en Coraz6n. Durante los afios en qua .

"delHalla, clubes' 'ctrkos, code por persona. Nlfios, 200. Donative el 7617 Tidewater Train cursara la segunda enseftanza rub I Cambiada La

dades 'm 'tuahlltaa y de entrada General, despnes,'de 4Bl Sr. Mandese entregd a uhija presldente de su clase, fonnd par. r \

RuLtlrtdad___________1I da__ Tampa_H___ ttatenta1et'l_ las 3:00: de la tarde, 100. en matrimonio. te de la eofradla de 'la Vlrgen Fecha De La ''',' ,

especial' la "Reina Isabel", Srta. 'fueron los padrinos el Sr. Anthony Maria, coro, y perlddlco la esteuela. "Noche De Mantilla"

Stepfcane Krewvon y sub dames Donna Axum, Girgenti y la, Srta. Violets' '' SaMra para New Orleans La Orden Caballeros Leales de
de honor. Mandese, hermana de la noria. In. en esta eemana.COMPROMETIDA.
De Arkansas Elegida America ha resuelto aplazar au
Coronas de flores' seran. coloca- tegraron la corte de honor las se- EN
'" "Noche de Mantllfa, anunclada
da* en' el monumento por la Oran "Miss America" Sonatas Grace Lucido, Jo Ann Cu MATRIMONIO LA
para mafiana, y eelebrarla el sa.
Login de Florida de los HIJos de I ATLANTIC CITY' N. J. Sept. 9.I tro y Carrie del Castillo, y los SRTA.BLANCATOLos bado 21 de ..eptlembre.D .

Italia en representacidn de las -, *. Srt8.. Donna bum, de 21 a- Sres. Joseph Cutrono, Charles esposos Frank Brancato, con b... el aplazamlento a un e.*

loglas La Nuora Slcilia, Unit, Ron fibs, S pies y 6 y media ptrlgadae' Mandese, Larry Frisco. Anthony resldencia en 3614 Tampa Circle tudlo de las fechas acordadas para -

dl Sicllia y Anita Garibaldi; la de estatura, peso de 124 librae, Cutrono Jr., y Ronnie C. Martino. W, acaban de anunciarle a BUS fiestas, en conferences con o-
Unlone Italians, Asoclacidn de Co--medldatt! corporales de 35-2335, lists el altar Herd las flores la amlstades que su hija Norma Nancy teas socledades.

Ida y otras organizaclones. fu* elegMa el sabaJdo paado nifia Doria Ann Outro y el anlllo se ha compromettdo en matri- El exlto de la noche para ele.

Un banquete se celeforarA 13 "MI M America' de 1964. el' nlfio Raymond Rodriguez. monio con el Sr. Byron F. Hoiingswortn glr la belfa, Madrlna, esta asegu>

de octubre, domlngo, en el edlfi- Donna cures estudios de ,ultimo Ua brfllante recepcidn se efec- Jr., hijo de los esposoa rado.

cio de La Unlone, al medlodia., tfio en la Unirersldad de Arkansas tub en el Palladium' Ball Room. Byron HoTlings'worth, recinos

Entre las 4:30: y las 6:00 P.M., Residiran en el 2703 Kathleen abu del 4009 Granada.'

se efectuara una belltslma cere. flu cabello, es castafio y sue o- regreso de un hale de luna Eita acordada la Dada para el Please ReturnTo

monla que comencara reclblendo Joe. parties.Ademas de miel. ;. 23 de noriembre. a las 8:00: de la The PollsSeptember

la "Reina Isabel"' a "Coldn" (que de la rencedora, inte- BECA PARA LA noche' en la Iglesla .Presbiterlana ,

lo sera Frank Cannella) al regre- graron el grupo final de clnco, las SRTA. BARBARA__ _n_. .. .. .MAHONPV.__ n _____ de Palma Cela. 24th
8rta Rosanne Tueller, de 20 a- El Club de las Sefioras Optimls- 'La novia se gradu6 en Plant y ;
Asalto ELECTTONY
Robo En
y Un flog, recina de Mcdean, Virginia, tae de Ibor City acaba de anunciarcon lespuls de bachMler en ciencia en

Cabaret y 'Bar' "MI,.. Distrito de Columbia' verdadera gatlsfaccl6n que le 1. Unlrersidad de Tampa. Es [

Bl sabado! pasadd dos negro en- : Susan Dee Pickering, de 18 a- 'ha concedldo' su beca para ester maestra de educacldn fiaica en la

traron en el Cabaret' y Bar Dta- floe, de Honolulu "Mtes Hawaii"
mond Horseshoe, situado en la Marta Ellen Truet, 19 afios, de la Srta. Barbara Mahoney, hija de HoTllngsworth se gradud en CITY ELECTION

Cuarta Arenlda y calle' 26, y uno Tiptorllle, Tenn., Miss Tennessee los esposos Edward A. Mahoney, Plant, estudid en el Coleglo Presbitertano BOARD GROUP 2

de silos armado con una escopeta ,*' resident en el 718 de la calla de Clinton, Carolina del i'

recortada le ezlgid' al duefto, JoeSpivola 'Susan Jean Bergstrom, 21 aloe, Lulsiana.. (Pass a la.pagina 13)

: de 60 afios, el I dlnero que de Phoenix "Miss Arizona.

habia( en la caja reglstro y se lie- Luego de coronada n.. Ame

vsron $260.Portaba rica"' se, le did un "bouquet"' de u ,

un revolver calibre 45 'rasas y sobre los hellos hombrosso Frv 0
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el avompaAante' del "elcop tero." le puvo' una capa.

Ocurrld el atraco a las 7:11 .
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P. M. y ademis de Spicola se ba11 .. Bombas Contra La ,

aba. en el local un consumldor.V .
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bk'p tae.S
30. Los terrorista racistas I arrojaron
Antes de '
marcbarae arrancaronJos
bomlbais contra la' residencla .
aTambres del teflefono obligaron L.
y de rico ,'
un cludadano de raca .
a Spicola a acovtarse en epibo J
f negra que es' duefio de funerarias .
,
'Creese '' y un "motel', %
los
que rlmtna ec espe
, ia4ican en robar' ""bares". y eats El ciudadano' A. G,, Gaston!. y'.u

w clones g'asollneras. esposa salieron ilesos.Sufrld .
,: Doe' dafios su c domlclllo' que se
negros sospechosos fuerontietentdos AGRADEZCO LA VOTACION
'calcula vale UISO.OOO'y esta .
r. sltuado
cerca de la calla. For. QUE USTEDES ME DIERON.
' tuna. / < 'en una collnu' al norte de es- EL PA8AOO MARTES' -

ta ciudad.' Y la agradezco mas porque rea.

Sandro Mazzinghi"Acosto" La's bombas, de typo locendla.' lice ml campafla con gran! mo-
F destfa, 'sobre una ,base.. ds espf-,
rio, aparentemente de "fabrl- -
son rlto cfvlco.
A Dupat
? cacldn domestica..'* Les supllco que voten de nuevo
, MILAN Italia, Sept., 9. Ralph El Gobernador George '''Wallace port ml, que prometo servlrlesescrupulosamente
iDupas, cumpedn; delj,! >"o ,medlano en rae segun.
ha utlllran
ee dlrigido a los que das Primaries, Septlembre 24.
menor:,) aceptd la ,peleaL con el Jo- 1. Tiolencla, recomend&ndoles que
yen ,pugll )tallano r8andro, ,ManlnI MANUELFERNANDEZ
la
reapeten ley y no se opongan
.creyendo. ,que fenceria ficilmeate -
,
a ta integracldn
con actor dellctuotoos. Mi Profunda Gratitud
; p ro se ,equiyoc6por coma .
pie to, )orqu" Sandro 'le puso ,a dor-
Wallace ha recurrido CONDIDATO
: a las tro- A CONCEJALPOR
, malt en ,la ,pelea efectuada' aqul\ el 1
[ pas, para cerrar las escuelaa y asl EL DISTRITO' \
I', aibado pasado. Para Todos LosCiudadanos
fclponerw/ a la Integracldn' dls-
Bl, encuentro ee renlUd elXDstadlo '
en
puesta por la* autorldadea' feder .
VigorelU y Dupas, ,que, defendia .1es.Perecio.
su tttulo, pesaba 152 7 un
! cuarto libra y et 'retador 153.

; Un golpe de derecha del Italia.. ,AlDispararsele

no derribd al norteamericano, enel "', Que me dleron !los votos suffcientes para qucdar

c de .segundo ocho.. asalto, .por la cuenta a Una, Escopeta en primer lupar en las Etecciones del pasado Martes.

t' En el noveno 'Dupas recibld un Patrick Thomas, de 16 afios, re- ,Con la consideracion que todos los Tampeiios me
"
formidable' golpe de'detects por ciao de la Ruta 5, "Plant''' City, per- merecen, les recuerdo que les servi con eficlencia y

la mandibula, cayd al tablado y 1 e eneciente a una dtstinguida fami.la sin prejuicios en la Alcaldfa> logre realizar
,,y que ,
.:, con tar on lea'' dies segundos que eetaba solo en au cuarto! cuan-
muchas obras utiles.
marcan las reglas.Masslnghi do turo la desgracla' de que se ledlsparase
"
.;:: Uene 25 'afios' y par un rifle calibre 22 y que Aspiro de nuevo a ser vuestro Alcalde, para realizar

a 'aer 'el campedn.' Probablemente la bala se le alojase en la cabesa.Le obras que Tampa neceslta y les ruego a los que TO-
le,dar& la rerancba al ''derrOtado. ,' lleraron al Hospital Gene
taron por mi que redoblen sus esfuerzoa .,
porque.esposible
'
ral de Lakeland
y murld a las '4 ,
Maria BuenoReconquiato'El 'horfc-a de hater' ocurrido 'el acel. surjan combinaclones de mala, intenclon, y

dente :a los que votaron por otros candidates que se unan

"El Sargento Dave Walden de la a sal para dedicar yo 4 afios a darle Tampa la EFUSIVASGRACIAS

CampeonatoTOM99T Oflclna del Sheriff,' le Informd ra' orientacon! y administracion que para su ,mayor
X:' HILLS, N. Y.,','Sept. ''9. loa periodistaa) que la bala le ha- Progreso requiems, ; A
:La braslJefia Maria I
Bireno reoa bin ,
"
penetrado par detrts de mans :- i **
perd ayer',gas' excel nte forma de ireja.. Le hicieron la autopela en : ; USTEDESLLOYD
icetres ano.':y vencid I,a' Mar. et Hospital General de Tampa.AUemaa ) ELIJA A'' <. 'r. : .:

claret Smith, de Australia, '
pa de''' suns padres,,_esposos
ando veer: la.campeona National Wayne ,Thomas Jr... le sobrerirenu ,

tte Tents de los ,Bstadow, Unldoe, abuelo Sr. Wayne Thomas dos NICK NUCCIO ,

con' anotacldn ,de 74 y .-.. ermanas, Srtas. .Claire y Carol COPaANDDi8trit0
Pre en laron los partldoa qua le Thomas; cuatro hermanos. WayneIII '

., dierontloa,canrpeonatov< a7la SrtaJ! ( ), Michael, Stephen! y I Richard sConce .

Dueno y" Oe na, 12,000 espectado Thomas y au abuela 'materna Alcalde De Tampa jal Por "

4 i"es." Bra. I George. II. Egbert. *, ....- El,


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: .



de Political Entre Fidel Castro y Su' Aliadoa Comunistas OrtodoxosKEY I PAciNA i LA CACETA '

WEST, Sept 9. En un 18 mesas y se refleja en laa rela- I den- raz6n de q. el goblerno puslera den de alerta etta prlmariamen. ,VIERNES 3EPTIEMBRE' 13 1963

articulo flrmado por el notable pe- clones del gobterno cubano con la en estado de alerta, la sema te relaelonada con la altuacl6n po-
rlodlsta Tad Ssirlc. de la. redaocI6n Unl6n SovKtlca. Informes sobre la na pasada, al ejirclto j la mllicla.Alertas Utica Interna. Hablaran LosEstudiantes
del magnlfico diario The New exrsteneia de esa division se ban simllares se ordenaron Tambiin plensan elloy que las En
York Times, se dice que el Pre. obtenfdo de fuentes cabanas auto- dos veces, el mae pasado. cuando ultimas apelaciones de Castro al
ruler de Cuba, Fidel Castro, esUL rizadfea y reclbldos' por personas loa anticastristaa atacaron: la. costa pueblo de que eats preparado para Town Hall
otra vex en serias dificirltades po- que reslden aqul a 90 mlHas de de Ouba y bombardearon una repeler nuevus ataquea del ex- NUEVA YORK Sept. 11. Bs. '
liticas con sus aliados coxnunlstM La Kabana.Esos refineria de petroleo en La Haba- tranjero se hicieron para refortar tudiantes que fueron a Cuba y di-
ortodoxos.La : Informes ban transmitidola na; pero los que se ban comunicado In unload national en un tiempo can reallsaron el riaj para ser 4 I
disputa es la tercera Tel que impresldn de sale a la publicidad en los ultimos litica dentro de Cuba ea la verda- das! creen qua la mil reciente or- para el Primer Minfstro. Americans, habUrAn el renldero ,;

Los problemas entre el Dr. Cas domingo, septiembre IS, en un
troy los Comunistas' en la opl- mitln que *e celebrarA en Town
n6n de los que informan desde La Ifall.

1MN.pIXfta Habana quid pueda presentar u. El acto de Town Hall InclutHL
na oportunidad politics a los Es, una discusion pot idle de loa estu- 'I
tadoa Un idol. dlantes y actuarA de moderador el
Cuba sdlo tiene un partido politico notable eecritor I. F. Stone. ,6
el parttdo de la Revoluci6n .
Tamblin hablarin entre otros
Socialists Se form6 1961
en me.
oradores Maxwell Gulemar, crltlco -
,, rilante la fusion del Morimienta .'
de asuntos n-aclonales e Inter.
26 de Julio y el Partido Popular '
nacionales
; Carleton Deals, escri- ,
Socialists, que ell el partido de
;
tor que es un puerto en problemastde
fas Comunistas leases a Moscd.Dtcese .
la America Latlna, y James l
Ii i : que, en una reunion ce- Higgins, aststente editor del dta-
a lebrada el IX de agosto en el Palaclo rlo The York Gazette de York f
Presidoncial' los prlnclpaleaaaociadot
',( '{ Pennsylvania ;
de Castro" decldleronque 'j
no ae podian contlar poiiclo.

,j net de poder a los comunistas de Pleifos y Divorcios

i la vieja lin.... Almeta LInton contra Eddie Lin-

.00 tt Uno de los puntos en dlscordla ton, dlrorcloj: abogado demandan.
ITO
parece ser que el Soviet ba. decl- te F. A. Rodriguez

," dido que Cuba debe concentrarse Iva L. Cleveland contra Wallace
RESERVADOS LOS DERECIIOS DE CANTIDAD ; en la asrlcultura y olrtdarse del R. Cleveland dlvorclo; abogado
*Js
desarrollo industrial. demandante R. A. Blanco.Michael .
Estos Precios Son Validos Hast el badoeptlembre 14
Los informantes agreran que Nlgro contra Mary C.
I
ban perdklo parte de su InHuencla Nlgro, dirorcio; abogados"deman-
el Dr. Carlos' Rafael Rodriguez, pre dantee Frlscla y Martino.William .
I sidente del Initttuto National de Kutash contra Mike No

I Reform Agrarta, y Bias Roca, q. riega dafios' y perjnlcios; aboga
era Secretario Oral del Partido dos demandantes Banco Mlxon.
TT : y
CAFE Socialists Popular, y q. la ban re- Wandah Overton contra JamesM.

; 1 cuperado Pedro Mlret, qlll fueramlnlstro Orerton, dirorcio. abogados demandante
de agricultura jr es Co. Barco 'y Mixon.
k{;I mandante de Artllleria el Dr.
y Jeanette E. Prater contra Ronald
( ': CHASE andSANBORN 'Fan'stino Perez, que fuera minis- E. Prater, dlvorclo; abogado' de.
i tro de Rvcuperaclon de Dlenes Ro- mand'ante J. A. OrlmaMi.Elvira .

49c bados.' G. Oreco contra Frank O.
FOLGERS ,
o Greco, decreto final de dlvorcio.
f LATA DE UNA LIBRA Oro De Los E. Unidos
-
Para Francia, EspanaY

EXCELENTEASTOR Austria

39 WASHINGTON, Sept. 10. El
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i } .. .*, .4k, ,+*LATA DE UNA LIBRA"')*: +r' =+ r SO de'tgovto que Francia, Eiparia -
:
y Austria son Joe poises que
ban obtenido mis oro de los Es
",,I tados Unldos,: en el Segundo' trlraes-

i Superbrand Suavemente Cremoso tre de este afio.
La p rdlda de oro es considers-
"r _
blemente menor comparsda con
los I Altlmo afi oe.
Las yentas a Francia en el segundo -
MantecadoGALONES trlmestre montaron a $101-

; 300,000, refle/ando un acuerdo' In.
formal sobre la base. de $3&.000-

000 al me.
En los cases de Eapafia y Aus.

tria, las rentas d. oro representanla
1 decision de esos dos paiies de

i 2 $1.00 aumentar sus reserras del precloso -
'
: MEDIO' metal.
j. ; Eapafia tlen un pequefio deficit

i fJ I en an balania de pagos en to que
'i p va de este alto; pero adquirlA $60
000,000 en el segundo trimeitr y

'; Austria, 120,000,000. "CHRISTINE" IN FILM- R 4-

: -I Land o Lakes Sweet Cream Brasll, las Flllplnas a Inflate- haired British actress Yvonne
rra rendieron oro a lot BttadosUnldos Buckingham arrive at the
en el segundo trimestr. airport In,Copenhagen, Den.
mark, where she Is to film
: $24.400,000
I iendo $ del Braid In-
the life story of Christine
Mantequillai glaterra se r6! precivsda' a render, Keeler, a key figure in the
18000000.. recent British Profumo scandal
Miss Keeler asked to
play the role herself, but
Profesora DeEnfenneraa
was banned from member.
Dio aLuz hip In Equity the actors4
DosLibra union In Britain.
4 NinasAUSTIN

49CLYKES Texas, Sept. 9. L* "CRISTINA" EN FELCULA'
'La actrli psllrroja brltanlea .Yvonne -
Bra Lloyd W, Dreher, profesorae
1.. enfermeras en la Unlrershlade 1 Buckingham,'lltfl* al asro-

Texas, di6 a lux cuatro nlfias puerto de Copsnhaguen Dins
el 1 jueres de la semana pasada. mares donds ella va a fllmsr U
EUa esperaba tres.Bs vlda de Christina Keeler, flgura -
sratrsfactorlo el Mtado: de la Have en el reelsnte escf ndalo
SUGAR CREEK, AHUMADOS mamA y las nenltas. de Profumo. Miss Keeler'pld6hacer !

$ B1 padre es un clentiflco dedl- ella mlsm si, pap.,lpsrale
d ,ado a Inrestigacioneii en el International tub nsgada su admlsl&n come
.. : System, Inc., sltuado mlembre' de' Equity, si, 8lndlcat

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4A' Apoya A Los NegrosLa VIERNE8, 8EPTIEMBRE, IS 1963 LA GACETA PAGINA 4


Comunidad PROGRAMAS DE TELEVISION I

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Mexicana-Americana -- -

LOS'' 'A'.. GEtE3, Sept. 9. Re- WTVT, CANAL 13 7:00-Teatro de Vacaclones."

;' k 1 presentantes de la comunidad Me.xlcanaAmerlcana Septlembre 15 "Hooray for Love.
8:30 Dotie Olllte. (R)
de esta ciudad 8:30 A. MLa Faninia Fisher. -
tSO-Dick Van Dyke. (R)
bllcamente se ban allado con 10:00.-Mensaje Cristiano para
10:00: -'The Volcano Seat" (R)
los negro por primera yes deadequo Greenwich Village
z empezara la campafia por los 10:30-"El Cabalto y su Jinete." 11:25: -Rlverhoat. Las Plechaa
"
Wichita.
de
r derechos clvlles. drama de tema religiose.-
a Septlembre 19
En un acto celebratio en el City 1:00-Lf a Naclonal de Futbol. Jueves '
'f"'
M. -fe c la "X'
') .. Hall la semana pasaida, dos de loa New York contra 9:00: A. Llare." ,
ha prlnclpalea oradorea fueron mezlcanoa Baltimore. Tercera

R -amerteanos, dos negroa y 5:30: -Los Ploneroa. "La Ultima 7:00-Marerick, con James

hkf. doa anglo-sajonea. Carta." Gardner. "

tsn Frank Munoz, abogado y miem. 6:30: .-Biografla de Mussolini 8:00: -Perry Mason (R)
T .: Zone.,i.
F .o0 bro promlnente de la AsociaclonPolitica 7:00-Lassie.' (R) ) 9:00: -The Twilight !

Mexteana-Amertoana le 7:30-Dennis la Amenaza. (R) 10:00: -Los Detectives. t

'A vy 'a s r ', duo a 6,000 personae que los mezl 8:00: -IM SuHlran, repetition 11:25-Cains Hundred.'

canoa-americanos le tend Ian a loe con Jack Carter Cugat y Vlernes, Septlembre 20

ASw negros la mano de amtotad y' so- Abbe Lane Connie Francisy 9:00: A. M.-"Who Done It."! '

IJd arf'd' ad.Manuel. tenor Jan Peeroe. Paracaldlstaa.
; 7:00: P. M.-
5 Lopez editor de The 9:00: -.Los McCoys. 7:30.: -Rawhtde. (R)

f fu East Los Angeles Almanac, man!. 9:30: -0. E. "Heydrtch," parte 8:80: -Ruta $6. (R)

festd que la coxnunidatf merlcana II. 9:30: -"Hedda Gabler."
ha estado: lihrando' una lucks de 10:30: -What's My Line. adaptatfo' ide un dramade y/

gran coraje en defensa de sue de 11:35: -Pelicula. "La HIJa de Henrlk Ibsen. \.'

rechos clvlle Aludiendo! a los Neptuno. 11:25 Checkmate. "Rendezvous

negros se ezpreed asl.fDebemos! ':
Lunei, Septlembre 10 in Washington.
unlr las manos como bermanos.' 9:00: A. M.-"Drumis of Tahiti." Sibado, Septlembre 21 /1

Reslden en California, 1,600,000 pelicula. 8:00: A. M.-Mary Ellen.

SMOOTH SAILING FOR KHRUSHCHEV AND TITO-Yugoslav President jnexlcanos-americanofl de un total Programaa regulates de lunes avlernee 9:00: Capltin Kangaroo. ",

Tito (second from right) shows Soviet Premier Khrushchev Vie 4,420,000 q. hablan ta lengua Incluyewdo' PuUo, con 10:00-The: Alvin Show.
the workings of a movie camera while.Mrs. Khrushchev
astellana el en su
en pal mayo-
y
(left) and Mrs. Tito view the scenery of the island of Brioni, Hugh Smith, Tom Dunn Roy Leep. 12:45: Belsbol. Yankees contra.,
In Yugoslavia.The two heads of state reportedly have come to ria eetan concentrados en el Suro Tom Wright Ray Dantzler, Paul Atl&icos de Kansas City.

some understanding concerning opposition to the menacing este. Representan el 10% de Reynolds y Sol Flelachman. Des- 3:30-Futbol.: Unlrersldad de ,:7,

Red Chinese, but Khrushchev's efforts to unite independently U poblacl6n de'California, ,y .supe- pue's Walter Cronkite. Wa hlngton contra la N f.'

Communist Yugoslavia with the Soviet bloc apparently failed. ran a loa negros en 500,000. 7:00: P. M.-.P Icula. "Salome'" Academia de la FuercaA ,.'

BUEN AMBIENTE ENTRE .ROJOS-El preslcUnte de Yuaoeslavla con Rita Hayworth. rea. 'j'.,
.
Joslp Bro (Tito), el segundo deeds la derecha, muestra Regreso UnEmbajador 9:00: -Hora de Jack' Benny (R) 7:00': -Para Declr la Verdad.

al I ;primer mlnlitro sovle'tlco Kruschef el funclonamlento de una Como 10:00: -Password.. 8::30-Los Defensores. (R) e>>:

camara clnematograflca "fnlentrae la esposa de dote '(* I I. .!* 10:30: -Mr.' L+ueky' 10:00: -Gunsmoke. (R)
'
qulerda) y la de Tito contemplan el palaaje de la> Isla de Brio- Hay Poco 11:26-Roaring 20... "Maraton. ,de 11:35),--Pelicula. "The Sea

nl, en Yugoeslavla. Se crte que los doa Jefea de :jestado nan. :INEW YORK Sept. 10 Joseph Balle. Hawk" con Errol Flynn.;

fleeado a alguna forma de acuerdo con respecto a la amenazan 8. Farland que renunc6 el puesto 12:25: -Policla de Carreteras,

te China roja, pero parece que han fallado foe' esfuerzoa de de embajador de los Estadov ,,Unldxra tunes a Tlernec.

Kruschef para unlr al bloque ovle'tlco a Yugoeslavla, que man. en Panama por no aceptar Martes, Septlembre 17 Call Alpaugh's For

time una Ifnea comunlsta Independlente. Merrores" cometidoa por altos fun.elonarlOlll .
9:00 A. M. Pelicula. "Boy
: -
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americanos de re.cre..r Plumbing Service '
Meets Girt.

II ;Entierros, Directore ,Funerarios que los con representantes su famllla despu de miles 4e 7:00: P. M.-Surfslde 6. DAY-234-4361

8:00 "The UnHghter Road"
: -
r i Y Los Clerigos Vie grupos clricos le rindieron un NIGHT935163N -&
,
.,;} : con James Dean (R))
INUEYA York, Sept. 9.; -.... Contra lected Morticians. ."Ea injusto ana grandiose homenaje en el Oimnasio 8:Eiploradores de talento

'i 1os, ''intkreses de las I:'funerarlaa propaganda para las k.ocledades' Naclonal en Panama. artietico.

1 aerta-'lew 'directoree-rfunera que abogan por funerates bar*. 'd' periddteo Dally Star y He $3O-Picture; () This., 't
raM le despidlo con estae elocaen: W'. 'FINISHED
rjoa f
se ha desatado una.cam'paliaque to. 10:00: ( -*Keefe Brasselle con
tes y Justhrleras palabras: MJamaa
loa cUrlgo apoyan portrue en 4 en la historic de Panama un
los entierrow eatan retegatfos' apapeles Hhros, no quieren olr nada bueno" Lionel Hampton y au
enrlado extranjero ha reclbldo tan 1111 $599500ON
vnenores. comentd Herbert J. Herrllch, orquesta.
Incero homenaje de sentimiento
Loa dirigo de las tree mayores preeidente de Frank :XI Campbell 11:25: -Hong Kong. ON YOUR LOT

( confetiones demandan 'gue! se "The Funeral Church" ; Inc. popular MleVcoles, Septlembra 18 I III Call 229-1868 or

ponga fin a la tidoraclon. .h opa.i Pero los dirigos' se han pueeto Calcalace que loa repreaentan 9:00: A. :M.-"When the Dalton. Eve. 237-8221

i gana al cadaver en el funeral abrumadoramente de parte de tes autorlzadoa de 100,000' paname- Rod," ......
1 tnoderno.1 Miss Mitford. gins le ezpreaaron #u gratltud y
buenos deseoa al Embajatfor'
y suespoea
Va campafia ha agtttedo I a los
Durante afios han venfdo dlclenIdo -
i duet de funerarta's 'floristae.aleu que apoyd' en rgtc&mente, JOSEPH
Ol y las publlcaciones GIOVINCO, M. D.
en rellglosaaque
tad a por una blen ctocamenta4enuncla' toe proyectos e ideas de su marl-! 932-8950 229.9031 Announces the Removal of his
el merito de un hombre no do. Offices to
GEORGE LYDOF
< 'potJesalca
da heads
8'8 medMo' por lo que cUeata el Suite 407, Citizens Bldg.
Mitford More tltulado 'The !anamefios pobres y'de buena po-
en an ;
stircdfago o por la cantldad de CONFIDENTIALINVESTIGATIONS for the Practice of
kl6n economlca, tin ambajea a-
American: Way of Death.
ofrendae. fJor ... OPHTHALMOLOGYI
,
fin? el llbro probaron la politics del baja.
.ecdn'los critiros i
Dentro' de pocas semanas, el Civil Criminal i I ( and Surgery of Eyea)
que lo han leido comentsido, "se idOl en cuanto a l Un prograxoaa de Securitymmm I 701 Franklin St. ?h. 229- 482
Conwjo de
Dft-
Iglesiaa
National A
JDt8l'- A
,I expone ,de. tnodo efeethro la'eo- 1s Agenda Para Dlsarrollo'
,
1 parCamento de Iglesla y Yida Bcon&mioa -- -
merclattswdon nacional. -== -
la Innecewaria ext =
inlciara un estudlo so. I
traragancta,y la, Horona 'decepclftn ore funeral Dimiti6 por que francamente ..eJn08tr6 ..
t el y el co.to del en- HAGA .SJJS
del funeral motierno." en deaaicuerdo con algunoacoacefctos COMPRS
tierro, segdn el Key. Dr. Cameron ,
de la Aliansa para el
,Fneflrt :Mitford. fallbar' < : Krleger. Progreso.
M. director
." tengo dittla, manlfestd "de i '
atd-nlaUtrador de, National; Se- mucho' paganlsxno loa I'' Junior 1
que hay en League
lected Morticians, manifesto que modern tunerales, Debemoa e- Corte de lo Cf iI, ill l

en el llbro se trata be natitulr drear "al pueblo- en la crlstlana ac. ABSUELTO MARIO ,GONZALEZLa '

.1 serriclo funeral Americano "conel tltud hula la muerte." (! vemana pasada el >ues ;Carl. Vcnta; : de Ahorro
,que ae practlca en los pales
C. Durrance de la Corte ,de lo Criminal
comunlsta tales como la Unl6n PLEIT08 Y DIVORCIOS ortiend la atosoluel6n de Ma Edificio de la ::Elect icidad

8ovlitica" Mary L. Arango'contra, Law., rio Gonzales de 24 afios vecino

"J.ES la autora 'mlembro 'practltante rence Mango, decreto tinal de del 1024 Avenlda 22. uno de loe En El Terreno De La Feria

de alguna IglesiaT-ipfeguD.o dlTorclo.Ananeltse. tree acusadoa de perjnrio en el Calle North Boulevard

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AFRICA ANALIZA SU LITERATURA I I EL CASO ,DE HU FENG PAGINA 5 LA GACETA I f

(Contlnaaci6n) Se retied el humor ta trtlteaa.el I Por MERLE GOLDMAN Hu pudo Ir a la cludad a estu- r VIERNES, SEPTIEMBRE, IS 1963teratura. !'1I1

U poeta Lamlne DlaMiat, Mi- dolor la aoledad y el amor en (Ef caio de Hu Fen;, el famolo dlar. De 1923 a 1925 studi6 en Laa autorMadea lltera
Bistro de Informaddn cenegalea, loa prindpalea ecritoree africa- crftlco UUrarlo marxleta dUe '
que una eacnela superior de Nanking I rise consideran quo la uttltdad politic t
presents una teals en favor de la noB. La Sra. Batteatlnl' (Dakar) rante 30 afioe fu< allado del Parti ingread en la Liga de JurentndeaComuniataa conttltuye el onico prlnd- ;
"ngrrtud", Uamfendo 'la atend6nfeobre examlnd la pena en la obra de do comunlsta chino, lluatra el! deatlno y partlclpo1 el mo- plo director bademdo aal que la
la receptlTldal caracteriatica Sheikh HamMou Kane Olympe de un Indlvlduo aaoclado a un vimiento rerolucionarlo que por chits creadora reallce una. functdn
del poeta afrlcano en rela- Qhely-Qu'mnn y Camara Laye y grupo revoluclonarlo cuando ate entoncea ae devencadenA!' en el BUT con creta de propaganda. Pot iu
d6n al medlo amblente y au prcciai6n el profesor Tenet (San JLuia del grupo ocupa el poder. Hu Fang de China. Hu ae traalad6 al Jap6n parte Hu cree quo si bleu las au.
para traducirlo en rltmo y Senegal trat6 del amor o mia aa opuao a la Idea de que la llta- en 1928. de donde fu* expulaado toridadea potitivaa deben aaumlr. "
fantasia bien de la ausencla de amor, en ratura debe tinlcamanta aarvlr a cinco aloe despuee. Durante eaoa una po JclAn dlrlgente en ultimainstancia
Todos loa escritorea presenter la novels aMcana. La Sra. Gore1 tae nacaaldadaa propagandlatlcaedlrectae cinco aloe, vudo sintetlcar aus deben permltir /qua lacread6n
reconocieroa 'uninimemente la (Grenoble) conrpari "La del Goblarno. Hu
arentu* Feng ideas aobre la IIteratura y 1a 10 llteraria alga au propla
parts importante quo ha )ugadola i ra ambigua" de Sheikh Hamidou perdld la partida y fu< encarcela* dated y. tra su ruelta a Shanghai via actKud que se aaemeja a la .
"negrftrid"' en el paaado per. Kane con el mlaticfomo europeo e do, y la Idea atacada por bl 1 e. I la en 19S4, entrd en la Liga de concepcl&n de la estttlca que do-
mitiendo a toe InteflectuUea' afrlcanofl ialimlco y el Sr. Batteetini ae re. que hoy prevalece en China. Mar I Ewritores de Itquterda y eacrtbldnvuchoB mina en Occldente.

tener conaciencia de au per- flri6. princlpaflmente, al Humor en la Goldman aa una autorldad en eneayoa y poemts. Cuan. 'Para Hu, el reallamo ee una eombl'D&Cf6n -
onalMad, pero aurgioron! dlferen- la obra de Ferdinand Oyono.Kl In.Lilts- ----q_ ._ .I._. r-.n.nalUle.__ d.1--. Par-. -. do en 1937 comentd la nun laponeaa del eapirltu aubjetlro) del
daa cuando lie llegd a deflnir BU ttrrrer dla.. el tema -afro e b- tldo comunlsta chino para con loa Hu permaned6 en la ion eacrltor y de la realldad objetira.
papel en 1a literatura actual bre la poeaia. Gerald Moore de] escrltorea. El artfculo que ofre- china controlada per el K. M. T., En e1 l proceao de rerelaclln de la
Sheikh Hamldou Kane afira6: Colegio Makerere (Kempala), hab6 samba a loa lectorea de El Mun. adoptando una poslciAn fuerte- verdad de un objeto eate entra.
"SI usamos la palabra "negritud" en franca sobre la influencia do en Espafiol apareeld en la Im mente adrena fronts al regimen en la aMa. eapiritual del eacritor.y .
en e1 paaado permitlendo a hoe in- Tniperrealista en la poesfa con go- portents revlata de estudlea shines nacionaliata. Paaado el tiempo, a61o a travis de eata lucha en
telectualea afrlcanon
dencia de BU per onalfidaJd. pero wand Ouibert trat6 de una autori en tads la tona continental en creaclon artfstica. At contrarlo \
eurgieron diferenclas cuando ee tada re vista que abarca yeinti- Hu Fang ea un famoao -crFtico: II- 1949 Hu tomeS parte en rariaa a- que Hu, el PartMo no coloca en el
Ileg6 a definir BU papel en la lite. cinco afioa de poesia africana. E. terarlo marxrsta que durante 30 a- !toociacionee literarias paltroclnv miamo piano de Igualdad la reall!
ratura actual. Sheikh Hamldou rocd el verso de Cevairei "Un po- fios astute allado con el Parttdocomuniata das pot el Qobierno. Pero au con.tHeto dad aubjetlva. y el conoclmtentoaubjetlro. ;'
Kane afirm6: "SI trsamos la pala co apart, pero al .alcance del chino' (P. C. O.) y con con el nuero regimen no tar ) <
bra "negrftud'', debemov saber lo tiempo, como un corazdn en reterva. otros grupos. Traa una eerie de U6 en eitaflar.Hu La verdad esta determlnaVia pot
que toacemo Decir" que es aenalbflidad .- "Jahnheini Jahn a au tur- ldelacueJ'doscon- e1 P. C. 0., fete I conocido generalmente por el mundo objetlro y la realidad ob-
es confundir el deeeo con no tratd de diatlnguir lOll elemen*, VIesencadeno' 1955 una intones su personalldad "batalladora", rl- jetlra de la lucha de daces. deter
su realizacidn y mis aun aeparar- toe .tipicamente: africanoa=ritmo -campafia contra el, aftrmando que via rodeado de un grupo de fieleaeguidores mina has ideas y loa aentlmlentoa 1
nod noaotrOB y fantaefa 'en' la' africa' era dude de un ecritor, recon6icalo .
inlsmoa de la aolida- poesia un exponents del Idea y ae conaideraba a atmiamo o no
ridad de loa otros. EzequlelMphahlele na compnesta en 'lenguaa europeav. Ifsmo burguefl faavta' nn agente del sirtem&ticamente, marxl.ta. Bate. AdemAa loa comunlsta TeD ,.
critic6 la tendencia de El ultimo dia foe delegadoa tra- imperlaliamo y del Kuomintaag Segdn Victor Erlh, conoclda au. en la literatura un inatnimento ..
la "negritud" a presentarse a aimlsma taron de loa problemaa provoca. (K. M. TT). torMad en materia de llteratura, para manipular has' emoclonea con

como un codlgo de esUti- doe por la introducci6n de .la llte De sale mode, e1 caso de Hu eats afirn.acio'n tiene clerta Talldec. ri tas a determlnado' tines, mien 1
ca y la atacd presentandola co. 'ratura africana en, loa programs Feng nos muestra to que ocnrre Erlich ha eacrito que, al bien traa que Hu la consider como una
mo una Mealizada plntura' de Africa. de la Univeraidajd. Adoptaron a un IndlYiduo cuando el grupo revohrcionario Marx destac la importancla BOcial forma intultlra no raclonal de
clerta recomendaciones que 1 lee a1 que ha dedicado de la Ifteratura creta tamWen a'prehender' la realidad. En lugar
El segundo dla tu6 dedicado a fueron eometldas por cu'atro' co- gran parte de au Yfda ee conTler- que el arte ea una otters de per We admitir que el escritor debe
un an&lhsia de la prosa africana. mites conatttuidoa durante la con- te en un goftierno coraunlsta. Tal cepciones eenaltivaa ruts bien que guiarse pot" aua inatintoa artie.tlcoa .
ferencia. Se decidio establecer un indlviduo contintia protestando I de mensajea ex p1 I cfIt os. Begun !las penaando en quo deapuAsvendra
ANTHONY J.. SPOTO, grupo de estudtos dedicado a la ll contra lo que consider elncerainente :palabraa de Efrlfch' Marx "18 ne- el oportuno mensaja reroluvlonario -
f. :: ; M. D. teratura neo-afrfcana (C. E. L. N. err6neo para. convertinie gaba a medir, el arte mediante cA- ya que las metes
,; ; :' A.), instalado prorisionalmenteen none eatrechamente exltrendas del pueblo conatituyen
: ..-.: Announced the reopening of inmedfatamente en un hereje) al rdeol6glcos
i.: offloea for the practice of Eye,,. la Unlrersidad de 'LoraniumLeopoMville aue_ bay. crue____ _redudl'_ __ _n Al_ .Uenclo.___ ___. abiendo como labia que la Intuici6n ,una carte de la reaUdad objetirala -
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Er, Nose and Throat.4dB ( ) y colocado bajo) la En el case de Hu Feng reaultapartlcularmente de un escritor ra mia alU concepcion que el Partido dens
'" Corner HYDE of Hyde PARK Park AVENUE and presidencia del protesor P. Bol.Funclonara. interesante et ca. de au politlca.' Sin embargo con- del proceso creador ea diametral
DeLeon St., como un centro In- racter de au reoocion' ouando por" tlnua Erlich, como no exlste urt mente opueata: el escritor debe
Hours: 9 A.M... 6 P. M. Dally formative y como un organiamo. fin .e 'Via -cuenta de que con la ReYoluci6n cuerpo de doctrlna que pueda con. prlmero dar al menaaje rerolucio
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Investigadones actuates de modo que ast como ante te to- te marxlsta, Bobre la literatura.Publicara. lerabfe latlTamente la dlacrepan. via ha 'ldo' determlnada por loa oportunoa. "
NIISIONAUTOMATICA '1.1"" un Boletin Interior en via ahora! la literatura ea vlgoro- dictados{ del Partldo.E1 I La, vl9lenta reacclon ad desafto de
TRA ; la: Unlreraidad tree Veces 'al'vafio, aamente controlaida pot" el Parti conn'lda de Hu con el P. C. C. Hu I DO'tUTe solo tra origea en conaideracionea -
volumenea de textoa .selecciona- de M o1ogla lltera
1 do, ya que JOB' "Iide crat&a" encfergatfoa tiene por origen principal au InterpretacI6n -
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La conferenda recomendo que solo las reaodones politlcas- del ff'-T-
Transmislon AutomaticaEntonaclin lea eatudios" escritos en africanofueran ; Heritor deade el exterior einotambiln 11r
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. LOS HERMANOS HOLTON I Telegrama Dirigido a Ngo Dinh Diem I PAOINA KERNES IS, SEPTIEMBRE' -A ,GACETA 13 1993

(Contlmiacl6n) ante resplandor. Durante los do Varies, /Intelectuales Protestan ''Ioe de los eatudiantes y profesores ,.
' Jornada' por el inflerno: resu!, podldo dormir nada y ahora cam Llbertades Reltglosae yCultural. de defender los principles de 1tolerancla II
t&.' Interminable para los Holtonr naba como un aut6mata, sostenlen .. en Vietnam Del Sur > rellglosa y de las liber "Nuevo
Dan conducta' el caballo por lu do a duras penas el rerdlver en PARIS, AgoBto 29. Un tele tadea Intelectualea. El Congreso,
rtenda; el bandldo caminata' abase BU mano y con la vista clarad grams que express la IndlgnaciAn que alempre se ha mostrado sol : REFORMAS y :
de tuerza de rofluntad. Harry en las espaldas' de au hermanoIx de los Intelectuales> asociados al dario de todos los pueblos que lu-. : REPARACIONESPlan :
avancaba m& atria pesadamente. doa sufrfan e1 tormento del Congreso' por la Llbertad de la I chan contra el totalitartsmo, cua :
Los do hombres se hablan' despo- ham/bre/ la led y la fatiga. Cultura ante la rulneraciAn brutalde qulera que sea el sign de fcsteestA 9 .
Jado de mii clnturonev y rer6lTe Al flnalizar el octavo dia rer las libertades religlotfas y cul- convencldo quo eats lucha' de- ,: :
Financiamiento
tea, colgAndolos del pica de lamotftura. Heron en la boca del caballo las turales en el Vietnam del' Sur acaba be fundarae en el reapeto de las de ;
ultimas gotas de agua. Del lomo de ser dlrlgl<\ al Presidents llbrtades- culturales y en la pric : Nada AI Contado .:
Dan It detiiTO r con una mano del animal habfan arrojado todo Ngo Dinh Diem. La lucha que lle- tics de la tolerancia' rellglosa. .
trat6 de qnitarse el pdlTO y e1 wi. con excepcl6n de la plata y las ar- va a cabo el Vietnam del Sur con- 'El Congre por la Llbertad de 7 Mos Para Pagar :
dor que le cubrlan los ojos enro mas. Sin embargo, la pobre bes tra la' amenaza, totalltarla- ubrraya } la Cultura es una asoclaclAn quo ': LLAME A :
jecidos. Se volTia bacla ell caballo tla esta/ba a punto de explrar: y el .tezto..i4ebe fundarse en el agrupa escrltores, saJblos, intrtec
con el propfislto de beber de la pot rerdadero milagro se sostenta respeto de, las libertattes' Intelec- Wales y artista del mundo ente- EDWARDSLumber
cant>tmp10ra.I en pie. I tuales y en la prictica de la tole- ro. Entre loe mlembros de su Con- ,
I Harry ie le aproxlm rapldamenta Y el sol seguta afdieodo' en lo .rancla rellgloea. sejo International> se encuentran Co. ;
antes de que pirdlera' hacerlo ,alto, totalmente: indiferente a la En este telegrams' firmado por los' nomibres de R. Aron, Pierre '.
Bu vox broth ronca entre sut la- destrucc6n! inevitable' que estaba Denis de Rougemont; Presidente Emmanuel, Manes Sperber, Oer- ': De Dia: 253.3491 :
bios reaecos, quebradlcos' y abraados ocaalonando. del Comtti EJecutlyo del Congre. maine Tinion y Jeanne Hersch, asl ': :
por el sol. Antes del anochecer los dos to, el Congreso por la Llbertad de como los del novelists' itallano Ig ,. Despues de las 6:00 .
I -jNo la toques! orden6. bombres aranzaban tambaleando- la Cultura protests ante el atenta- nazio SHone, del poeta ingles Ste- : North Rome en Fuller :
:' Dan lo mtr6 con fljeia: se en forma indescriptlble algo Uo brutal contra los derechos' phen Spender, del escrttor japon6Mldilo a
i -.Ta no oporto mis. Voy a to- brotaba de los ,ojo afiebrados' de fundamentales de los Budlstas del' Takeyama de los parla .: 988-2654 :;
'mar un trago. Dan Holton: tins mirada de locu Vietnam del Sur asi como contra Paaa a la piglna 7) ,: :
IPuiwte' to qulen dUo que todael ra. Avanzaba' Inceaantemente de- .. CALCUlOS GRATIS ..
agua seria para el calballo. ante del caballo. ; ,ys . . . . . .
,
-::.JDueno, he cambiado de pare. Detras de 61 Harry no se habfa
dado cuenta de lo que le sucediaa s r
'cer.sDan cafd la cantlmplora de la su hermano cuando Ievant6 el FRESCOSSIEMPRE I 1
,montura. Ibrazo para secarse el sudor del
I> Harry le peg6. Un pufietaco tat roatro 7 deJ6 caer el rev6lf r. Lue- i
uficieute. Dan rod6 pesaidamente) go se desplom6 sobre la tlerra. i ii I

I,porT tierra, medio inconsdente, me- --Dan murmuro-. Dan, no iI I
'dlo' exhaiMto.. podemos aegulr, pero podriamos
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Cuando ,alc6 la rUta Harry le matar al. caballo; su carne cruda... I
apuntaba con un rerolrer.jDdmela La sangre... Nos proporclonarlanfuerzas
hi Jo d..1onte- para continua Potirlamosllevar i
n6 Harry... Fulste td qulen qulio la plata noaotros mtamos... i
venir pot aqut. Fuiate td qaien de- Harry se apoyaba en BUS codos I
rram6 tu propla cantlmplora. fist Tenia el rostro entre las manos ,
t tu qulen le part6! la pata a'tu, No turo fuerzas suflcientes para
t caballo y por eso es que he tenido felzar' la vista cuando Dan se le I II
\ que caminar tanto halts acotarmeamartilld veered vadlunteTu. Ii i I I

el anna J jY no rasa td. .. I jPerrot 1 grltA I
ser to qulen se tomara eaa agua!I Dan Holton.

Arrebat6 la cantlmplora de las Hardy no, viA la mirada de locum I
'HOT LINE" NOW OPERATING-Sgt. John Brotoski (HefU.)
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manos de su hermano, ,devolvten.'doles que alumbraba los ojos de su U. S. Air Force communications specialist and Lt CoL Porque Se
su' lugar: hermano NI, tampoco v6 el pufta Charles Fitzgerald, USA senior officer-ta-charge, exchange II
',.:.....Ahora, lerantate y. emplesa a que brillA en la m-ano de Dan al test teletype messages between the Pentagon and Moscowas Hacen Aqui,
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caminar' otra yea. Alia, al trente, the Washington D.C.-Moscow "hot line" goes Into opera
tocado el sol.jYo .
err pot ,, tion. Set un to avert accidental nuclear war, the iin... r>....- I En I
,ttrando de las rlendas del ''ca.bal1o.. V& l Tampa
mucho ,
.1-.> queria esa agua mitt almost Instant communication between Pld; t
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Dan se lerantd lentamente., SUI"ojO'l' I Harry! dijoDon, Iolton-Debts- Kennedy and Premier Khrushchev. l I
) :, eran-como doe hendiduras re., te haberme dejado beber esa igua. LINEA DIRECTA EN OPERACSP..El 'Sgto.., rJOn\.Btotolkt
l mpagu- antoe: Harry debiste haberme dejado.El (Izqulerda) especlallsta de comunlcaclones de la Fuerza Aerea

-(Mequetrefet dUo. SI no pufial: se hundiA una 7 otra de fos EE. UU., y i rei l Tenlente. Coronel\ Charles Fitzgerald, of)- BAIRDMobile
fuera por ml todarla estarias em- vez. clal a cargo Intercamblan "imensajes de prueba por teletlpo
pujando un arado, en Tennessee. Al die altfulente, el grupo per. entre el I PantAgono y Moscd, al entrar en operaclones la lines
-(Camlaa no masordeni! Hairy veguidor los encontrA a los dos. dlrecta entre Washington y (Moied. Creada para prevenlr' una Homes
-. Y escucna blen esto: si ten- Harry Holton segula boa abajo guerra nuclear accidental, la lines pemnlte fa casl Instantanea Inc.
go que escoger entre ta y ese ca.ballo..eetoy en' el mlamo lugar donde habla comunlcacl&n ,entre el ,Presidents Kennedy y el Premier
detfddo a: llerar, la cable exhausto A dies metros de Khrushchev.. J; 6307 Nebraska Ave.
Plata. halls el otro lado. Atrerete Istancla Dan Holton permanecia LARGE SELECTIONOF
a acercate a las otras armas y to entado con el rostro vuelto hacla

vef&s. el 1 sol. I jEJstaba com-pletamente loot GREAT VALUE !
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Y eat oueramente emprendleroo Mobile Homes

la march' .. pas6 el stptimo dia... Pero Dan Holton ya no sentla MILD AND MELLOW New and Used
pas6 el octavo; Insoportable. :El 111 led nl hambre Haibla/ seguldo '
grupo per ruI4or; que aranzabatnetodlcamente el I consejo ,de su hermano refe- All Sizes AH Floor Plans
ya cast se encon- ente a la carne cruda. .. Con el 8-10-12-20 Wides
traba a la VI.'ia. a 'no mas de un puns envansrentado'' hizo un ges- FROM $500 UP
dia de camino detra de) los her. to hacla el cadaver mutilado, de
A Floor Plan, Price and
manoi Holton.: Pero 'veto tampoco eo hermano cuando' el sargento
hubleran podldo verlo aunque hu- Cutties .e le acerco. Y entonces MM Mtt Size for every Family need.
GU .
blesen contado 'con el auxlllo de ''vomft6.. Satisfied Cutomers..Have
un catalejo.! Los captores sepultaron sill mis- built our business"
Los ojos de toe dos torajidos ea- mo lo taban muy initados y 'Yidriosos, ton, Aquella noche Dan recuper6 ieaM OPEN TIL 9 P. M.
cast cegados por el flero e ince- l a Mtabllldad mental el .tlempo MATTINOLY & MOORE = MONDAY THRU FRI
uflciente para poder relatar la horrible SAT. 8 to 8 SUN. 1 to 6
EL CASO DE,.,., historic d'e la Jornada por STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY PHONE 233.1631
(Ylene ,de ,la patina, ,I), la, llanura dtoertfoa. Pero no re. r'I" " 11" #6
'aceleracto'n,tie ,la produccl6n y, el ordaba. el final. Cuando el sargen- AGED FULL 5 YEARS $125
tntento de translcl6n a la'con*' to Cutties LntentA preguntarle a-
t'ruccl6n del soclallsmo, 'reeultabaatmolutamente erca de la horrible decislAn que AND ONLY Half-Pint Permlta que las HabiUs
necesario' en '19541955 mbla;'' tornado su hermano enveai Embellecedoras de

Imponer la ortodoxla del Parr 'del'caballo solo pudo musi- XX SSSWg vvvvvv vi EVELYN'SBEAUTY
lido a": todos' loa" eacrttores. tar unas,peed palabras para expll- "T
',Hu ofirecla un sinVbolo' exceQentemedlante car quo necesitaba el 'animal para Le Aytiden SALON I
a Realzar
el oual poner de mant- escapar.. Y entoncee' se sumergiA ARROZCarmen Su BellezaNo II
fiestb que el primer y finl o deberde en una Mlotes' completa. es necesarlo una cite
los evcritores era para con el' Ocho dlaa mAl tarde murlA en S 3Nnsas Antlcipada I
PartMo y el Efetado. La primers la cancel antes ,de, que las: au- ABIERTO EL VIERNES I
reaecI6n tub una eerie de reunlo. torldades' decldieran. ,que deblan HASTA LAS 9:00 P. M. i
ne* organiiadM a fines de 1954 hacer con el. EN WEST TAMPA

.,'para que los escrltores J6renes Y eat la brere aunque salraje- 3223 CYPRESS
;puttieran crltlcar la rerista Wen- mente brutal carrera de loa 'hermanos SIEMPRE SE COCINA
a i yi 1 Pao; se Inritft a Hu a que participara Holton HegA a su tin. En ----J
[ en ellas, ,y 61 contlnu6 a- cierto ,modo, los dos habian estate BLANCO Y BLANDO"CARMENtt
.' I tacando a las autoridades por ant > '
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es una
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eacolasticismo y' su formalfomo.' Durante las cortex semanae que
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En la replica ae acusd a Hu de Iguleron a su liberaciAa de la marcas de arroz que mas ae Postales En Espanol
atacar no a indlvtduos alno al P. Circel cometleron ,dos violaciones ? tlNRIcE/ /ialN
,C. C. mlamo. Ahora ya no se tKamaba y no menoa de dies aseslnatos Eaposlble + vende; el mejor arroz que PARA TODAS LAS

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II 19 ghigno i 63f il PresMente mettereffine aHa segregaslone. }
Da l'Ultima Conferenza "La Calabria" Del Calabrese Mantovani Kennedy ynviava\ a1 Congreno un 9. Creazlone dl bonnie federal! ';
,
OLOCAUSTO n mare e non potera sepera- a morire dl fame. La folia menu memagglo con la rlchlesta dl una per 1'equo collocamento al lavoro. ;
Dopo la da Roma, per cul at adatt6 deglt inablll, usel! dalla clta e al risoiutiva legislation per 1 dtrittl Prima dl Invlare tale messaggto,
ne, tutu 1 sltuaslone, partegglando per presentA al nemlco. Ma quest! non eivlll. Inottr chiedera al Con- II Prraldente aveva avuto diverse
roan Ma nn'altra cltta, anche era civile, non era Roma, ma bar- gremo dl rimanere in aetfsione tlnoa riunlonl con esponentl della. vita
nibale mare, declse lola dl resiste- baro. quando non avrebbe coupletata pubMlca al tine dl promuovere la
un grldo la noatra s tor la. LI ricacclA tndletro contra Ie tale complto. It programma del campaffna/ per nuovf dlrlttl clvtll.
II Con le hibbra Del nomlnar- mura della cltta e sotto gll occbt Presidents, consivtente In nove In una dl queite riunlonl, 11 Presl!
declse la la dellcatena del flore 11 del difensorl Impotent! ad Inter punt) principal!, mina a favorlre la dente Kennedy ha parlato a 300
era nome, ma 11 protumo petals- drl dal Hgll della spove' dal, marl. causa della trguagHanza! fra 1. raz. dlrigentl alndacall convocatl ails
Annibale dl una imprttura gloria Pe- tl, tort sanl, eppur detftlnatl certo be. I nove punt sono: Casa Blanca 11 giorno 13 glugno.
de temeva Come una meteora dl gloria venire, ne fece scemplo. Allora la 1. Una garenzla per Tuguale act 11 Presldente denAFL-OIO George
eua 11 1 clelo delta storla ep- decision dl resisters fu portata cesso, da parte dl tutu, al post Meany' die II trovava a Glnevraper
non scomparve. all'estremo.' Che pla valeva rivere pubblicl. ,' la Conferenza dell'Ufflcio In.
die' si sa prima, ben poco si senca la famlgiiaT Manglarono le 2. Affrettare 1'azione fedenale ternationale. del Lavoro ha Invlato
ed aglre La citta dectee la fedelta corteoce delle plante, le beitle, phi per metter tine ana segregaslone un meaeagglo, letto atla rlunlone
dl morte Messl furono Inviatt a Immonde, ed un giorno, alia fine nelle acuole., dat 8egretarlo.Tesorlere dell'ATL-
eco dl tre I e il Senato dopo una memo- deirundtceaimo mese della res Is. S. Mettere fine alia dtaxjrimlna. CIO William F, Schnltzler.
parole, ma alone net, post( dl lavoro dl A del messaggio del Pre-
:. setiuta, declse dl lavclar Pe- tenza, II vldero suite mura della pro- aegulto
mlnaeda' libera del suol destlnt, Roma citta movimentl aoapettl, per cui gettl ftnantiat dal governo federals. sidente Kennedy at Congresso,
grldo dl ricordata dl lei ails ti 11 nemlco si preparA a sostenereuna George Meany ha Invlato una let
ta: "'0 della guerra. I mes- eventuate, torso 1'ultkna sor- .. Creaslone dl un organism tera-clrcolare a 800 organism local I
goglio nol Leona.'e'a la decisions ro- tits della manorlata citti. per la mediazione nelle' comunlU dell'AFL-CIO soHecitando la I'
pofc&e'era 8 un grfdo superA le mura Ma II giorno dopo non si notdpla dove eelsta tenslone razzUile. Moro 1 perteclpazlone ana creeiloce
drl. fremere 1 nemlcl. "0 Ro nesvun movimento per cul 11 5. Cessaibione dell'asslitenxa go- dl coinltatl Inter-razslall per met.
Annibale morte". nemlco guardingo, temendo un In- vernatlva al programml dlscrlmlntttort. ten fine ails dlecrlmlnazlone net r
labria, ma Emllcone, gene ganno, cauto, si awfclnA ails cltta collocamento al lavoro ed In altrl !
mente' con cartaginese, da 1'asaalto alia aprl le porte, cone alle mura. 6. Creazlone dl un organism na. cempl. 4
vinta in ma to resptato. Tento altre Tutti 1 combattentl erano al toro slonale per la lotta contro la discriminazlone 11 glugno 1963, In una rlu I
alutavn le ma intrtHmente. Allora Ten- : posto, ma non 'plu In llnea vet nlone dl president del aindacatlafflliatt !
Annibale' e dopo Ter> atudlato tic ale, ma orizzontale. Una storlco 7. Eliminate le barrier. Chi os- al Dlpartlmento Lavorato- I
cl<5 eu II campo dl battaglla, di Roma eb-be a' scrlvere: "1It ar- tacolano l'.l rcllio del dlritto del rl dell'Bdlllzla dell'AFIrCIO, venlva .
1'assedlo ,ed 11 blotto Ma 4 rose non una cltta ma un sepal- roto. approrato ,un programma dl
far morire dl tame del cro." 8. Procurare. assittensa al dl- quattro puntl per eliminate la dlacrlmlnaztone -
( Calabreel, In pled e the quests strettl reolasttel' net processo per net lavort d'edlllzia.
mentarl'ol tanto in tan to erano gll asse- nostra conferenza. si tranforml In
MInoo! cite' attaccavano' prlvanda un'a eaaltazlone dl questo magnl- L'AFL-CIO Inizi L La Lotta Contro

nezolano .. della vettovaglle, a fico sangue che cI acorre' nelle rene ''Le Discriniina2: Di Razza
; andare dovettero decldere tramandatocl dag-li antlchl pa-
Frode tube le bocche Inutlll alia dl- drl erol e che attraverso I nostrt L'AFIXnO .si its Impegnando a laborare attlvamente con la Dais
do: vecchl, donne, bam fragill glornalettl, la Patria Ion. fondo per metter fine alle dlscrlmlnazionl Blanca per 1'attuazlone del pro.Iramma
India, y no deli dalla citta. to rlguarda la libertA dl aocetso al scrtralnailone! Inutt.. le tone
en Sierra glD'ate 11 dlstacco defile ma- Rlch al lavoro. nelle abiUzionl, Del collo
George Meany, Presldente della camento al lavoro, negll alberght,
tentrale slndacale americana, dl e nel rlstorantl, nel .senrlzt pubb1lcl *

rigerA,. personalmente la relatlvaicampagna. e nelle scuole.
n complto dl coordlna- La responsabHlti auprema della
re In practlca 1'attlvlta del sinidacatl campagna 4en'AFL-CIO 4 state
aderentl sari nelle manl dl affldata al comltato che, con a capo
: Lan Kirkland, prime alutante dl Meany, Include Walter P. Reu
0 Meany, e ben noto per la sua a.bmta ther, presldente dell'Unlted Auto
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dl sapere ben tlrare le tlla.La mobile Workers; 11 negro A.' Phillip
; e't melta' dl Kirkland 4 perc6 una Randolph, president della
cthlara Indlcazione dell'lmpegno Brotherhood of Sleeping, Oar Porters
con 11 quale 1'AFL-OIO Intend atifrontare ; C. J. Hagerty, presldente dot
la situazione. per facili- tfipartimento sindacatl opera! cl-
tare al near! 1'eserclzlo del dlrlttl vlll della AFlrCTO e William 7.Schnltzler .
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1tF(' dl paritt civics e per Isolate Segretarlo tesorlere
In qualche modo coloro die cer- dells central confederale. Reu

; rr cano dl pescare net torbldoetra thr e, Randolph sono rlcepreslden-
r quest, pare the non manchi- tl dWlI.AFLOlO.
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\ no 1 comunitU "clneai. II primo complto del comltatoari
Pochl glornl fa Meany informa- dl Istltulre localmente. attra-
\ va per letter II Presidents Kennedy verso 1 consign dene lusts chI
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cue 1'AFL-OIO Intende col- nelle diverse cUt rappresentano
'APL-CIO, commtmlonl bt-razzia
Tenga la Bondad De 11 I,..site quail 'amino:aoMecltatl dl!
Llamar a aderir con proprt delegati tutu I
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F DICK GRECO JR. \settorl pJ4 Important' ed* 'Interes-

SNtN: : : :& it ::! PINTURA-I Para S- satl Oil della fonl,, popolaxlone saranno eoncenrati locale.( an

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(;'I. I j [ Cracker Politics I II .I LOEVINGER OF PAPERS URGES AND 'STATIONS DIVORCE PAGE FRIDAY 8 SEPTEMBER' LA Ify ACETA 1M3

B y ALLEN MORRIS Favor .Bar to Cross.Ownsrhlp, newspaper ownership' or affiliation I .
I I t Separate Broadcast News Unite a substantial negative factorin
T.ALLAJIASSEE-.Dlck Mitchell' ly could after graduation from th (From Editor A Publisher) determining qualification for a 0
ays he's always been "a flag' University of Miami law school In 'UNCOLN Nebraska Lee Loe- broadcast license" sssvAU
11 suINESSMVC$ ,.,,
waving sort of a fellow." IffW. 'I really wanted to be In the vinger, who was appointed to the S. "I would require as a minimum LUNCH '+e)sx 7a
'By that, he mean he ha possessed Legislature," confides Mltcfcell. Federal Communication' Commission that each station devote at
since boyhood *o intense a "It wasn't ever a case of a young recently by President Kennedy least as much broadcasting. timeto
lore of country that he yearned to lawyer wanting to advertise. I thinks the time has come new as it does to commercial
t identify himself with ft. govern. just wanted to be in the Legisla Mien newspaper publishing and advertising. POI VENETIANBLINDS
ment. tune" radio television broadcasting 3. "The broadcasting business,
I Thto brought State Representative The Mitchell faintly moved to should go their separate way*. with gross revenue of U.t billion
j Rfchard O. Mitchell' of Tallahassee Tallahassee from Georgia in 1929 To enable broadcasters to fulfill from television and nearly $700 AND CORNICES
t I to the chairmanship the When Dick' father took a job aa their Journalistic function, million from radio should be able
$, I .other day of the reorganized Joint an automobile electrician. Later, the Commissioner, a onetime Jaw to establish and support its own
Commtttee of the Legislature ont be taught at a vocational school professor, would hare them pool independent' organization to gather -
t Investigations. until hfs retirement, at 70. Student resources to set up their own hard news, to become truly' I'PHONI
The Committee has $155,000 and still .recall: the moralistic newsgathering machinery, divorcing competitive with newspapers.
a legislative mandate to look Into (sayings he wrote on the blackboard themselves comptet.elY' from (Some facts about the Journalistic
any course of conduct which' along with the wiring diagram the Associated Press and United function which Mr. Loevlnger
"would be Inimical to the wen- !! .. Press international] failed to mention were: AP and
being and orderly pursuit of their Father Mitchell tried to shape To strengthen competitive factors UPI provide a variety of special 253.3161
personal and business activities the thinking of his eons When I In the fields of man com services to broadcasters; each of
by the majority of the citizens' of Dick and his brother Harry two raunications, the Commissioner, the wire services operates on a chess
this state." years younger and now hi* law who formerly headed up the antitrust budget of close to S40 million a
The law' setting up the two-year partner, would' dress to go out of division In the Departmentof year; Transradlo Press, which was PRODUCTS CO.
Committee speaks also of the efforts an evening, their mother likely Justice' would make it difficult' established' in 1933 to furnish IDS NORTH OREGON
of the Communist and Nazi would say, "how fine you boys If not impossible' for newspaper news exclusively to radio stations,
parties to "agitate and engender 'look. But father would caution owners to acquire radio and/or failed' after the newspaper press
ill win between the rfte." In them, "if you act as good as you television station licenses cervices got into the business of
Florida. look, you'll be all right. Substantial Negative Factor making their world-wide, facilities SchoolingRaces
How Chairman Mitchell and hi'stco1leape'S Mitchell might have been content Making: known his views .("sub- available to broadcasters EDI. T
( the Committee has to serve In a subordinate' sect to change without notice" in 'TOR'S NOTE.) Now

I, four members from the House of place' in some State agency but a major address before the annaul Vociferous Compralnt' A 7P.M.Regular..
Representatives, three from the for the nagging of people who saw meeting; of journalism, teachers Commissioner' Loevlnger! asserted
'Senate intend to meet their responsibilities the makings of a lawyer In him. here this week, Mr.. Loevinger declared in his talk to the Association M .dam
Is a matter of rather lie say Royal Mattlce, Wendell : tor Education in Journalism Aug.
SEPT.J .
cautious exploration by them Heaton, Walter Rountree and Raymond 1. "Generally I would consider (Continued on page P
nowadays. Barnes ,"pushed' me into
They have been talking to peo. law school," and hi* wife, Frances, \ 12 13
pie in the same sphere: at Washington helped keep him there. n j y1
I; in the Federal Bureau of Mitchell recall how Frances i 14 .' 16
i Investigation and' In the Internal earned! money' by keeping their drs'ik.A
j Security Subcommittee of the neighbor's' children while he was L' .
Senate and the UnAmerlcan Activities In law classes. Dick met Frances o
; Committee of the Ilouee; I on a blind date when she came G Season OpensSeptember
at Chicago, In the American Security 'to Tallahassee' as a cheer leader 12).I
Council, a private group organized for her Perry high school basket 19
to combat Communism, ball team. The Mitchells. have four T f<< :
and at Tallahassee, in Governor 'children. NEW

/Bryant's Florida Center for Cold But working hit way through R
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War Education.As .
,college was nothing new, for at
Chairman Mitchell talks, his the University of Georgia A 1 TIME
bawl eyes looking through horn. I Mitchell is a native 'of Omega, Ga.
rimmed classes, he gives the ,1mpresvlon -Jhe' toiled at such traditional student r C 8:00
of knowing exactly what revenue sources as the making f P. M.
be wants. In the put, he has not of sandwiches' for dormitory t K
1 always succeeded at the first attempt (hale lie broke an arm in football MATINEES
I but he pecks away lie practice there and lost both an SATURDAYS
didn't win, for example, when outside job and a prospective athletic (3t 'f i .Ifi
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first be was a candidate for the scholarship --
Legislature. And he had to wait Mitchell is five feet, eight anda I Spring;;
until the '63 session for the en. half inches tall weighs 180 a ALLOWED
actment of tax reforms he first pounds (still up 10 of the 15

proposed in 59. pounds' he gained: In winning a DADDY'S HOMEr( Arriving at Otla Air Force Base, Mass,
Richard O'Quinn Mitchell' ran wager with Representative Wei- for a weekend with his family on nearby Squaw Island, j
for Representative from Leon born Daniel of Clermont that he President Kennedy 1* greeted Joyfully by hi* two children, I 4i
county just as quickly as he legal (Continued on page 12) John Jr. and Caroline i J 4i j i

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4-Child 'StrongArm'Robbery
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j Gang iAYi1NS

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I the Home News, By ODIE ANDERSONBusinessmen

Hlalesh, Fla.
in Boston are starting their work day
Four Iiratealh girls, aged 10 to these days with a brief visit to a theatre drive-In, where
13 who police said (had for the
u they park their cars. They are then transported to their
past month been strong-annln offices by a shuttle bus system. The novel idea, with a

*{ other youngsters and robbing themof healthy financial hypo from Uncle Sam, is aimed at re-
their money as they entered lieving Boston's terrific and
mass transportation prob-
i L,. ui local theaters and stores, were lems.Of

i nabbed Saturday. course, the program has just been launched, but
i Sgt Harry Wilson of the Ilia on the surface, at least, it appears to be one of those "why

!\ leah Juvenile 'Bureau said police didn JT? think of that" ideas, which is limitless in Its
throughout the month of August possibilities.The' .
( 'had received complaints from
parents need for
an answer to traffic congestion and
-. 1i that a gang of kid robbers parking problems exists in practically every city in the
were victimizing their children.In .
country. Naturally, we think immediately of the relief
some' Instances, Wilson said such a program could afford in Tampa, St. Petersburg
the young robbers netted as much and Clearwater where
businessmen, shoppers and other
'8'S $5 from some of the Children
routine callers in the downtown area must drive their own
they stopped and snatched purse cars and then
exorbitant
pay parking fees to put their
or wallets from *s they were en.
vehicles lot
on a or else catch as catch can an on-the-
terlng the Essex Theater in Hla street spot and the '
run risk of being tagged for overpark-
leah, the Circle Theater In Miami Ing.

Springs or stores near Essex Vlllage. -
I The space is available at the drive-ins
INTEGRATION ON A FRIENDLY IASISM1U1cenBrown (left), with neat
daughter of a state NAACP president Joins her classmates at little areas already marked off, and countless people would
Riven High School In Charleston S. C, where integration "We nabbed one of the girls In.. stand to benefit: businessmen, shoppers, merchants, thea
proceeded peacefully. This scene was repeated in many partsof the Essex Theater Sunday and I tre owners and probably others, if the program could be
the South in sharp contrast with Gov. George C. Wallace's then caught the three other Juvenlles worked out for special groups
attempt to block integration in Alabama. Two young brothers with her," Wilson re- Participating In the
entered an elementary school in Birmingham to become the Boston motor aid are three thea
first Negroes to enter a white school in Alabama history. Despite ported. tres. The seven-month trial run is costing $225,000. two-
his threats, Wallace made no attempt to stop them. lie said a small girl victim of. thirds of which will be paid by the Federal Government,

the gang recognised the girl In I and the cost to participating motorists is not to exceed $1a
the theater as the '1Ib1, girl" who' day. The system smacks
of the commuter service
had snatched (her puree a few railroads' provided
by
-NOTICE- many which has proven a capital Idea
days before. In the great' eastern
A native born bl-Hngual$ Tampan, who is bondable Is neededto metropolitan areas where the grey
After taking the girl Into custody flannel set leaves the driving to the engineer while
they
sell unique Merchant Cooperative Trading Stamp Plan In
Sgt. Wilson said. police picked finish their read the
nap, morning
Ybor (City and West Tampa exclusively paper, play cards or do
up her three friends and that yesterday's work.

CALL 931-9061 they all admitted their guilt. A little a-field' "'
perhaps, but with the same basic principle
BETWEEN AND -
INTERVIEWING 1 3 P. M. '
'All} four girls' apprehended have
is the idea that the pressing problem of parking
TOMORROW, SATURDAY, SEPT. 14TH
been cited into Juvenile Court,
for St.
iatd. space Petersburg Junior College students could be
Wilson solved by such an arrangement with the Skv-Vue Drive.In .
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Ave. A shuttle bus could be
Profundamente Aprecio r- 1 fore each class period (just to show my willingness to help
work out details) for students going; and coming-for beni-
el; voto de confianza que I fit of the students, and to relieve residents of the area

ustedes me dieron, reeligiendomc who are finding compacts and little foreign cars in their

las Prima- yards, their fishponds and their hair.
en :>
H Perhaps other drive-ins in the trl- lty area may be
rigs del 1lartes.r Qq located near particularly busy spots, which would makea

similar program practical and profitable, and if the municipalities -
5 1 q and boards of education aren't interested, the

Doug % theater could develop the program: on his own.,

: __ t ,Oh, yes, in the Boston experiment, drivers are reminded
__ that they must remove their cars before the ozo-

ners open for evening business, or they will be requiredto
: Iart pay admission price, whether they wish to see the showor
\ West .. -H: not.,
I- .y eEks,'. eeee

The news is out that the Ku Klux' Klan is trying to

Concejal Por EI ; v y +h acquire members in the Tampa Bay area. We have heard
F specifically of three different persons having been ap

t Distrito 5 iqGENIUSCleveland proached. The vital questions asked each were: "Do you belong
t to the Catholic Church? Do you like negroes? Do
you have' children in school," The first two questionsmust
j -- -- -
s -- be answered, the negative, for prospects to qualify
f for membership;, and the prospective member is more desirable

; > "; I if he answers "yes" to the last question. For his
yyQtias: { .t' baseball own sake, the klan aspirant should look well in white.
I
Mi Sincera Gratltud ;
a {
Ii ? writers, and fans, are calling eeeee
todos \dos que me ayuda- j::!'s little Vie Davallllo (above)
from Venezuela,centerflelderfor Doubtless the worst jokes ,coming out of the present
ron y a todos los que vo- ,' ;f, ::1 the American League political campaign will be the, ones who are elected.
Indians, a genius In spikes.

taron por mi. > 'r i J because Playing of only a broken half a arm season In I OUR EXPLODING .CITIES-PART VII ;.

Le pido a los que votaronpor mid-season, he has become (By Richard E. Pearce) came 'to Chicago in migrant

Jimmie Minardi, AI .' I recognized as the league'sbest Given ,a decent chance, can the inane from Europe, fined Chica
centerflelder next to the
migrant Negro ,mast now in the go's slums and did Chicago's dirty
Lombardi! y Milton l mighty Mickey Mantle of the
'' New York Yankees. And 'big cities develop into a substan-- Work, and in two or three generations
'
Phelps que voten por mi he's only 24 years old. lal middle elates fought their way up into the
'
el 24 de Septiembre. One who believe so 1 I. Edward great American middle': class. Now

. . 'Marcinlak, executive director ofKbe It's the Negro's turn.

::WHITE HOUSE!: Chicago Commission on Human ""His way' ta harder" saM Mar
Relations' lie has gathered cinlak, "because of his high visibility .
: RESTAURANT : extensive 'evidence to show that ,

REELIJA A :!THE HOUSE OF GOOD FOOD;: ouch a middle class is rising in Big Drop
: Franklin at Henderson : Chicago even under today ban- "But today the migration from the
.. leap*. Similar' data, has been assembled South' has dropped to a trickle.
In Philadelphia., That means' cities no longer have

Sam MirabellaCONCEJAL Marclnfak is a genial, articulate to expend all .their v energies and

product of the wave of Polish Inv resources on the emergency task
por el DISTRITO 2 III migration to the Chicago area of receiving the migrant They can

PARA RESULTADOS, NO PROMESASI.! Mary Jorge round the turn of the century. turn, to the task of absorbing' him.I .
.
file father bad: only a second think he'll make it and the

of grade education., "He kept tell- cities will make it."

ng me, "Eddie, I -want' you to'I'et (Marciniak didn't coin that
term "high visibility." If*
a college education so: the another
R FLORIDA SCHOOL" OF CarrollwoodBea4ty Irish won't push you around, the of those bit of pretentious

f' way they pushed mo.'" argot that ocl01o&1.ta'thtnk up.

} ,,v I .JUDO, 'INC Salon What they mean is that the Ne
i Latest Wave gro's color make him obvious and
of the Florida Blackball Assoc.: 4 '
Members Ttamt' remark hi MarclnUk's way works against him)

2724 S.,MacDill Ph. 251-1334 of Illustrating' his conviction that : :Twenty-Five .Percent tysgroChicago's
Ph. 935-0474 the rural southern Negro's mlgra- South Bide, has the
Hours: Mon.-Frl 9 to 9 p.m*-Saturday 9 to 5 pjn. tlon should be viewed in long per largest concentration of Negroesin

\ Instructors Ed..Maley 4th Black' and Art Franeher:.rd- 'Black ,10229 pectlve as slmpy the latest ;,,10 a the country outside of Harlem.

I LEARN FROM,EXPERIENCE succession of migratory waves The city has always had a substantial -

JUDO.. 'SBLF DEFENSE' PHYSICAL FITNESS Lake.Cairrollwoodb that big cities have, managed. to Negro population.;: This
:! "' "' "
i : w'h: 'b1eMi, 1Vbdaen&"Children Ages'6.60" absorb and lift up.' suddenly' surged upward, in numeonttoued I
Si: ....SS SSS,....';'.,\ '(.. -),. _if., .. ____ __ __ -:. ... _._. _._"'.....",....." '" .-, The rr1th, the,Poles,,the.Italians ( on page

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EXPLODING CITIES-PART' VII.. ,

, (Continued i front: :page"'9) what oanrbe atocomptfehed' and t LA GACETA' PAGE 10 rW Indebtedr. : 11

i 1 !hers witt the,\greai Jfegrp: ;movement helps raise l thV-vocational: and These concentrations may Dot I are .
northward and westward In educational' horizons of the latest I be confined to the central city' 1
, 1 'the two decades 194040. Tb arrivals to the city from the Prof. Donald J. Bogue of the Univerelty -I (Weeklies, seml-weekllea and se Forestry workers felled a tall
greatest gain as In the decade South" of Chicago has written: I ml monthlies, printed all over the pIn. tree and noticed that It made
1950-60, when the census showed Two Views "With rapid urban renewal inside Mate, frequently carry item of an unusual sound when It crashedto
II a nonwhite Jump (In Chicago 97 That I Is the bright side. Is this Chicago and a gradual aging interest overlooked or ignored by the ground. Investigation disclosed
; percent of all nonwhites are Negroes middle: class growing !in size at a of Burburban housing, the metropolitan the high and mighty dallies. Scan that the falling tree had
) from 609,000 to 837,000.In faster rate than the undigested' area'a supply of cheap, ning their columns can prove a rewarding smashed a small moonshine ..till.A .
1960 Negroes comprised 236 mass is growing Putting' It another overage or iovadable housing 1"1 experience.) local pulpwood dealer said he'll
percent of the Chicago population. way, have tale positive forces concentrating more and more in' eeee keep the pine tree but will turn
Today the fIgure Is estimated to grown stronger than the negative the older suburb' Once the population Conferences are scheduled relative the other evidence over to the

be at least 25 percent, not becauseof forces of slums, segregation, discrimination pressure and the economic to the possible use of a sheriff.
additional migration but because high birth rates potential reach the breakthrough portion of the facilities of the old -Perry News Herald
of natural Increase and the among indigent Negroes, the "wel- point the suburban shift will very Green Cove Springs Naval Base .
continued increment of whites to I fare" way of life, etc.? Although' likely be remarkably rapid. by the Georgia Christian Schoor, Mayor John L. Archie, In an

the suburbs., Marciniak thinks so, other In- Stable AreasIt now rotated In Valdosta, Ga. endeavor to>> hurry the work of
Earning More formed Ohlcagoans are not so must be said that Negroes The school needs to expandand construction on the Boynton Canal -
Using 1960 U. S. Census Bureau sure. I with substantial' incomes do find Is Interested In facilities at and complaining of the dlsagreeble -

data. Marciniak measured Negro Public doubts' and concerns have an increasing opportunity to breakout the base for this purpose. The odors accompanying the
\, 'rise toward a middle: clams by led l to major cotroversles over the of the racial ghettos within City Commission of Green Cove control of the water In the canal,
lour yardsticks: income, home size of welfare rolls and over the the city Apparently stable areas Springs recently purchased the has written a letter seeking aid
ownership, education' and occupational supplying of birth control information of racial' Integration have develop facilities from Congressman Paul G. Rogers.
status. This Is what he I: to those on relief. It has also e4' as the result of much conscious -The Breeze, Orange Park Boynton Beach Star
found: led to a special program for the effort by whites and blacks in the .

The number of ,nonwhites earn- 'contagious" reliefer-the uneducated Hyde Park-Kenwood area near the Cof. George S. Howard will con- The Zephyrhllls News will be ;
Ing 16,000 or more annually Increased unskilled, chronic welfare University of Chicago, the big duct the United States Air Force host to publishers of newspapersIn
from 5.100 in 1950 to 63-; recipient of any color who breeds Lake Meadows' and Prairie Shores Band In Its scheduled appearancehere District, Three of the Florida
100 in I960. rapidly and passes on his Way of renewal developments on the cen- November 15th. The event Press Association's annual meet

The number of nonwhite' home- life to his c'h' 1dren. tral South Side, the revolutionary, will be sponsored by the ,KI wan Is Ing on September 14th.'
l, owners increased from 15,900 In Housing Probfsm iO-tory Marina City towers of elr.iar Club. Zephrhills News

1950 to 86,700 in 1960.;. Too, the real estate 'blockbust design downtown' and in a -Kle lmmee Gazette .
The' number ,of nonwhites with ers" continue to promote segregation few other areas. The Chronicle this' week In

,4 years of high school, education by panicking white homeowners Rent levels in these places are Building permits Issued by the II eludes the' new1 .Inverness; CitY
,\,, ;, Increased' from 46,000 in 1950 to Into selling when Negroes ao high that only a Negro of at City of Tltusvllle during August Charter which Is to be voted..for!

2'.' 76,300 in 1960. Nonwhites with one appear, and" the degree of,segrega. least the middle' Income class can, totaled $1,039,136, representing a i or against by the citizens ofln- ..
or more :yean of college Increased tlon continues to Increase. An estimated afford them. Once he settles down 100 percent Increase over August verness September 24. The tabloid
from 26,100 to ,46,600. College 95 percent of Chicago's amid whites, what sort of a neigh of last year.Brevard edition ,of the lengthy document Is
graduates> Increased from 8,900 to Negroes live in predominantly Negro bor does he prove to bet That being sent with, each 'Ctlronl l.

15,200. sections, compared, to 87 per subject will be explored tomor. County Solicitor's office Inaddltlon, extra copies, are available -
cent in 1950. row. has been requested by Sheriff ,. at City Hall.
Rapid Gains
Leigh Wilson to empanel! ,a -Citrus County Chronicle
Nonwhites holding,, Jobs,, classified
special grand Jury to hear witnesses .
as middle class increased
and examine evidence uncovered Joe Dubs, billed the ""strongest
from 49,871 to 81,218 during the
by the sheriff's vice squadon teenager' In the United States,
decade.' bollta and related gambling set a new state record for the
In all of these categories the '
BUILDING ? matters during Its three monthsof press In the 10th annual weightlifting .
gain was,more rapid than the gainin operation. championships of the 'RI-
Negro population Since whites
tar-Advocate, Tltusvllle (Continued on page 11))
started at higher levels, and many

high income whites moved to subs .. -, .
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urbs during the decade' the Negro ,riijiiiiijiiii------ T
'gains were also more rapid than I
white gains. MI SINCERO Y

I, From all this: Marciniak;; concluded I
or REMODELING 1IMPROVE HUMILDE APRECIO
that Chicago I has a continuously '
\ growing: numerically important .
11 t h-'
'
I middle Income Negro population park los miles de' votantes y amigos cuyo
,. He added:
; "There is a direct relationship YOUR HOME NOW! apoyo me 'diera el Primer Lugar entre : _

d between the' growing Negro mid los Candidatos de mi distrito.
dle class and the future of the Why move I Let us develop Ideas for I

population low Income in sector Chicago.of The the' Negro Negro your home. We'll handle everything, Lea ruego que me reiteren su cooperacion

middle' class sets the pace, shows from start to finish. Work Is guaran en las Primarias de Segunda, Vuelta, en
teed. Financing available
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Septiembre 24.
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ACTOR THKIATINID Ruth IndependienteP. "
Wenzel '(bottom), 37.;Is under PH. lat.101I
arrest in Los Angeles after she
allegedly broke Into,the home Joseph RodrigezA r
of actor:George, Montgomery ..
,(top) and,threatened him witha
gun when he entered. On CONCEJAL por<< : el DISTRITQ, 1 II SE T A1 CH I
shot was fired as Montgomery
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disarmed her, but neither was
VOTE POR EL EN TODA LA CIUDAD
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employed Miss Wenzel as a Organizador Primer Coach del ,West,Tampa Boys Club. BOYSOUR
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, gaS We Are Indebted...

LEGAL I THREE ON A STRING verslde(Continued Athletic from League page Mid 10)Sun.

NOTICESNOTICE day night.

OF INTENTION TO (Now that the long-drawn-out telephone strike bedroom and picked up her son. The little -Beach News, Jacksonville Beach
REGISTER FICTITIOUS has been settled, the dallies are rushing forward 'body burned in her arms and his breathingwas .

TRADE NAME with edltorlafa denouncing the company, coming in slow gasps. Mary laid him Bravard countlans want a Jal
Notice Is hereby given the union and others Involved, for having per. back in the crib and ran across the room to alal fronton second only to more
; that the
undersigned, Celldo A. Coto, ia- matted the disgraceful occurrence. We believe the phone, but even as she dialed the doc playgrounds, a countywide recrea-
tends to register the fictitious this fictional short story, by a well known tor's number she knew that her phone, too, tlon survey shows.
area writer, presents the Inherent dangers of
trade name, Maintenance was now doad.Terrified -Eau Gallic Journal
Special. such a utilities strike much more vividly. .
Any she dropped the instrument
lets, with the Clerk of the Circuit ,
Court, imisborough resemblance of characters In the story to actual trying to think what to do. She knew she Establishment here of a Traffic
County, Florida
pursuant to persons Is coincidental_Editor) was alone. The landlord had taken his Violations Bureau to permit traffic
Sec. 866.90, FlorIda
Statutes, 1953. That the undersigned DY Odie Anderson wife north for the summer. With another offender to pay a predetermined .

Intends to engage In bus!. Mary glanced up at her tense young quick look at the baby she raced through fine for certain traffic of.
Ithe door and down the steps. She knew fences I Is planned by Munlclpaf
ness: at 1708 E. Columbus Drive, husband, seated across the completely depleted -
Tampa, Florida. Dated this 16th dinner table. Something in his low, the people next door had a phone, but even Judge Kenneth Dlx. Dlx said, the
before she reached their porch she remembered plan would permit offenders to
day of August. CeJldo A. Coto, steady tirade Against the company, for
eole owner. which he naturally blamed the strike, must that they were on her party line. pay their fines without an appear
have held particular significance. But she She would have to go to the shopping ante In court If they sign a guilty

hadn't been listening, and whatever it was center, blocks away. Confused, she ran wavier.,
couldn't be as important as seeing her back up the steps; looked again at the ba -Boca Raton News

Johnny so thin and bitter, couldn't help by. He was still breathing-hesitantly. .
her on the long walk to the union's food She had gone two blocks when it occurred The Black Hills Passion Play
100: bank tomorrow. It couldn't mean anything to her that the phone there' was has embarked on a touring en.
probably out of order too. gsgement, with the first
JVcuonU compared to a new worry, concern for tiny p.rform-
EDDIE John Jr., sleeping restlessly in the next The car! She'd just take him to the ,ante of the midwestern tour crated
'hospital' ; and she raced homeward. for Grand Island, Neb.

MILLERAT room.Mary no longer cared who was right Only, there was no gas in the car. But --Lake Wales' News

THE and who was wrong in the wretched work someone in the neighborhood would havea .
PIANO NITELY dispute. She only cared that they were car that would run. She'd wake them all The 9,000 acre area known as
destitute and that there was no end in sight. baby again. With sudden savagery she West of Klsslmmee Is definitely

"Johnny, couldn't you stay home tonight hated Johnny, hated the telephone company under prime consideration for a
? You're just gone every night lately] hated the union.Breathlessness recreational area In Osceola County
and I'm worried "bout the baby." There forced her to slow her according to reliable Information .

was a note of hysteria in the girlish voice, way up the steps, and in the slackened ascent sources In Tallahassss.fit. .
Y but it was lost in the whirr of the noisy Mary's resentment fell away and she -- Cloud News
little fan. faced life a mature mother, aware' that in Mayor H. D. Powell told members .

"Hon, I've just been telling you, to- 'this crisis she would be alone even if there of the Largo Chamber'of
night might be real important. We got this were dozens of people with her. Commerce Tuesday noon that 18,.

I union wheel from Washington to give us Holding John Jr., she tried to tell herself 836 people, stopping at welcome
some pointers and maybe tell us how to that he wasnt as dick! as she thought. stations' In the past six months
.. *s they entered Florida, Indicated
bring this g- doutfit 'round to our way, one just aian Y t Know oaDies. But it seemed
of thinking." Johnny was one of the angry as though the next breath would not come, they were enrout to Largo.

young men, now feared by even their fellow and laying him in his bed once more, Maryran Lnrgo Sentinel
workers. More years had matured the back down the steps. .
, fellow workers, and besides most of them As she started across the lawn to her Even before school opened and
were better off, had a little to fall back on. neighbors' a car came around the corner the application forms for high
Hearing the blast of the horn on Ger Johnny! school students to take auto driving

ald's old sedan, Johnny shoved his chair She ran in front of the headlights and counts were passed out, Indlg.
i back, and with Mary at his side looked in the screeched to nant mothers succeeded In killing
car a stop.It .
Its regulations that all, boys and
on his infant son.
wasn't Johnny but the next
,
very girls ,who want to fearn to drive
"By God he'll never through this
go best person. A policeman, and one who understood
a car must "be undressed for
he thought. "Just as soon as I get her babbling. He took the steps a
back to work we'll start saving for hte physical examination and must also .
two at a time and was ocu his way back
college like talked 'bout. Damn those : have taken all the vast seriesof
we
down with the baby before Mary could collect Innoculatlon.The .
pigheaded company men anyway. herself enough to follow him. Shoving
He kissed the girl, said "I won't be .her into the prowl car he put the baby in her Chronicle, Jacktonrllle
long, Hon," and left the cramped garage arms, and was off immediately. When he .
apartment. As he climbed in beside Gerald] left the quiet neighborhood and emergedinto Sandra Lee Qreenwald, 'e.'.....
he looked proudly at his own trim little the business section he flicked old,daughter of,Mr, and Mrs. Dave

car. "Old, but, boy, she'll run-When there's switches that started the tocsin siren and Qreenwald, was struck and killed
Y 1 gas in her:; ''the spinning red light. He had a long way by lightning at Mexico ,Beach
Mary finished her chores all too soon, to Sunday afternoon as she and her
1 even with constant checking at the bed- go."Maybe brother played on a Jettls .near the
I should have started mouth-
1I room door. She had waited for the baby to beach. She was rushed to a Port
to-mouth
resusitation he
I (awaken .for his evening bottle. but: he. slept the little body was warm-very, thought.warm"But- St. Joe ,hospital where attendants
on, and m her inexperience she didn't Know worked on her for two hour Inan
and I know it was breathing
breathing
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whether to wake him or not. He had been unsuccessful attempt to revive
WHILE ON THE in
gasps-but breathing. Now the infant
cross and wakeful all day, and he was her.
seemed still and the beside
so girl him
WEST SIDE OF Sleeping. She went to the telephone, hating made no sound ,either. Oadon County Times, .Quincy
TOWN- the thing for what it now represented, but I
hopeful that she could get through to her Like a zombi, Mary carried her dead Rules of' ,Practice and Procedure
Stop in at the mother. She would know about John Jr. baby into the hospital. The time for hur- In the Municipal' Court of the

Her phone worked perfectly, but the num- rying was past. She knew, and +the rookie City of Tampa, Florida
CastawaysLounge ber she dialed met the same recorded mes- cop knew. Tortured; he would resign later (Adopted May 1, .1.43))
sage of the past two weeks, "...not a work- that day. I flgle., 12. EA"REsVT:
ing number. ." A victim of vandalism, one a. ,In an accused 'violates ,his
& Package Store of thousands in the area. When Gerald pulled to a stop In frontof I promJit> or 4utjrjto" appear.,,or fails

4613 Grand CentralDowntown. Dubiously, Mary elected to let the baby Johnny's apartment both ,young men to, appear ,upon ,bfs bond, .he ,maybe
sleep a little longer, struggled to move the were exhausted., Looking up, Johnny additionally l charted with :fall-
one easy chair closer to the bedroom and ''thought: "I'll have !to remind Mary again 'tire ,to appear upon",an order, of
tiredly] dropped into it with an old movie not to burn all the lights. We're almost two I I rearrest. irtaich vball be accpmpllhed -
miagazine. The antics of Liz and Dick, months behind with the bill now. But, may by warrant pryed: "upon I him
though startling, could not hold her at- be something scared her, and she likes |JO the regular manner of serrins
tention, however. Curled embryolike, Mary lots of light." warrants within 'the 'State of Flor

VISIT THE fell asleep. Getting out of the car, he gently ida. The clerk, his deputy, or any
She never knew what woke her, but shoved a fist against his friend's shoulder. officer of the court, or the arresting
Web Bar getting unsteadily to her feet her eyes fell "Guess the ,lSon8-- will have policeman may' be the complaining .
on the ticking alarm clock. The hands to call in half the scabs in Pennsylvania to party; under this rule.

pointed accusingly at one o'clock, but the splice up what we fixed tonight," and he .'b. Upon.proper cause shown, any
Cocktail Lounge sounds from the crib were much louder than started up the steps to the empty .apart- person, in whose custody .an ,accused
Corner of those of the clock. She stumbled into the ment. has been released, pay be

... .._ cited for contempt"of "Court upon '
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" (Continued from page 8) FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1N3
I Continued from ,page 8)) quality and diversity I would Mr. Loevinger said he does not
J could stop smoking: cigarets), 45
choose diversity without hesita "deem it the role of .
proper government
t 27, that "there has been widespread years old, and gray-haired (since
tion. Dictation of the broadcasting in a democracy to establish -
aDd vociferous complaint
'he was as). During World War II,
of the nation by a few standards of taste or to pOLyNCSIAN
broadcasters regarding both programs
among he served with the U. $. CoastGuard
AP and UPI". He declared he oligopolists, Is not dlsceraably pre. dictate the intellectual or cultural in both the' Atlantic and pARAdiseAmerican

would' not judge whether or not ferable to government control.'' level of expression of the mass Pacific oceans

these complaints were well media. andPolynesIan
Minimum for News As a legislator, Mitchell derives
toun ed. "Most television programming cuIsine
Increased 'competition would' in the most satisfaction from Inter and drInks
for AP asked<< for Is trash by my standards," he re.
A spokesman the long run result in more variety im committees. lie explains: "To
marked. "But I would not ban Dancing andentertainmen'
out that broad
comment, pointed
and better quality In program- tackle a problem, develop what from
all the trash from the air If I
AP Radio
in the
casters participate ming, he contended, but it would seems to be a legislative cure, 5:30 PM. till 2:00 AM
and Television Association, not necessarily insure adequatenews could. That which' I disdain is bring this as a bill to the House

which is a counterpart of the AP ; performance by broadcast esteemed by others. One man's and see it passed, I tell you that'sa I

Managing Editors Association allan ers. trash Is another man's treasure; very gratifying experience. Kcxwcdlarxvlaxxge

organ of evaluation and criti one man's vast wasteland is an. Nvi
"Since it is the Journalistic The Chairman of the Joint Com
other's verdant vineyard"Possible
of tbe news service. UPI
cism
function which gives the principal mittee of the Legislature on Investigations -HAWAII) UmpA" RESTAURANT
editors work with station news A MOTH
social value to 'broadcasting, I Damage Seen has this as his per-
staffs through similar organiza 2522 North Dol. Mob" rhor>., 177.5171Featuring
would measure broadcasting performance The Interest of the broadcast in sonal philosophy:
tions.
principally by the degreeto dustry would not be better served "Somebody made' this an awfully
reference to the First
With which it performs this function by the establishment. of an inde good place for me and my family .
Amendment Mr. Loovlnger said,
he declared. "Specifically, I would pendent broadcast news associa' and I have a responsibility to

"Ft Is the Journalistic function of require as a minimum that each I tion, commented Mlms Thomason, i keep it that way for those "wtio
disseminating' information and1
station devote at least as much president' of UPI. come after me."
Hleas which is given constitutional
broadcasting time to news as it "It would simply weaken the i
protection, not simply' the publisher' "
does to commercial advertising. existing major news agencies and
privilege of making aprofit.
." Conceding this was a crude measurement l seriously damage all /forms of

he said it nevertheless news communications," Mr. Thom
This freedom, he added, "re-
would provide a clear and definite 'ason stated. "It is demonstrablyan
a diversity of voices. T
quires operational criterion and in effect, economic necessity for wire .

He cited a decline in the number taake each broadcaster pay for 'services to 'draw upon the support TAMPAow! MOTarl..arra Top

of dally newspapers from 2,. the time he takes from the public, of all news media In order to maintain

202 In 1910 to 1,760 In 1962, while domain for his own commercial a scope of operations that willfully The Ethel Johnson Variety

both absolute and per capita cir use by devoting an equal amountof meet the needs of radio, television Trio Artists

,culation Increased, as evidence' oft time to public service. and newspapers alike. Any

t a "dramatic decline in the diversity ,I lie said newspapers devote "well other approach would shortchange With RAY LUCAS ;
of newspaper sources" and Appearing Nightly
to American public's right to
over 50 percent" of their space to
asked "whether we may look to Except Sunday
advertising, but pointed out that know.
broadcasting to provide the diversity DININtt A DANCINg
in broadcasting can present only one iMr. Thomason mentioned that Dlnl... RMm Open Till MMnlcfel
losing newspaper
which we are
thing at a time and in a limited United Press broke into the radio Bar OMK Till S AJN.
publishing? Tampa Airport
'amount of time, while newspaper news business in 1935 at the re
''lit count broadcasting stations Motel
we readers 'can choose whether to quest of the broadcasters and it .
sourcesof 9ZU N.WM Sltr Dr.s..5M.MN Read
T with newspapers as read advertising or something else, developed a radio broadcast wire SOT*!*** Min Int. AIr"MtPkoiM

news, the' total number of In. and newspapers can add space almost with news written for the ear S7T4U1 LA GACETA

dependent enterprises furnishingnews without limit."Broadcasting rather than the eye. Now, he re- Phone 248-3921
has increased
to the public
," he said, "must minded, many supplemental services
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despite the decrease. in the Dumber
develop Its own news sources and including film, are available -
,{ of independent and competi
news presentation techniques. to broadcast clients and keen
the newspapers' ," be said "...the NEW MANAGEMENTNEW
"The electronic miracle of television competition with AP has been re-

I growing broadcasting concentration stations of controlof and is surely not employed tots flected In rates charged for ser POLICY

fullest advantage when It It vices.
among all the maas media is cause
The Palms Steak HouseFormerly
for grave concern." used to present the picture of a ,APs spokesman said Mr. Loe- ,

I I balding newscaster reading the vinger was ignoring the fact. that ( Jake Walker's Chlcken'N Chips)

,, I Ownership Rule Too Liberal evening news from a script. The special circuits carry news and NOW OWNED BY ,JOE AND HELEN BEDAMI
FCC rules, he noted, provide Integrity of Journalism Is surelycompromised features tailored to the station's ''
1032 E. Hillsborough Avenue
that no person or enterprise can when a newscaster, news needs and epeclal staffs

hold licenses tor more, -.than 7 without pause: or ,change of pace, devote their ,entire time to this '
,. SPECIALIZING IN STEAKS and
:AM and 7 FM stations, 5 YHF-tv moves from the telling of a news purpose. On AP broadcast wires,
,r SPANISH and ITALIAN DISHESNEW
and 2 UHF-ty stations. story to the statement of a commercial he aald, there are 18 feature

q/! "But I think, the Commission plug." scripts for stations In addition to PHONE 238-2121

rules are too liberal and their Mr. Loevinger recognized "a,, the round-the-clock news file.

construction and application has few notable. exceptions"* among Individual

I : been too lax," he said. "An ap- stations which have their

; i pllcant; with 20 other broadcasting own newsgatherlng staffs. But he

I j I stations may get the same conal.i felt that AP and UPI, "are, must

i deration in contention for his 21st and' should be, (devoted primarilyto

as an applicant with' no other serving newspapers.1FCC ,< .'

broadcast interests. It seems tome

that if the fully competitive Has a Mandate
kei"b
nature! of broadcasting: Is to be "What is needed," 'he said "Isa

maintained and if we are to Broadcast News Association, an

have diversity in viewpoints and independent organization controlled

programming then there must be
by and responsible to broadcasters ,
I a strong presumption in favor of ,yp. f fib, fY fix
awarding licenses to those with to serve the broadcasting \

no or the fewest other' Interests In industry.

the field.' ')dr, Loevinger said he was not

The FOe should not count by prepared to say how Car the FCC

arbitrary categories but should 'could go in stimulating such en.

consider all other inte- terprlse, but indicated the power to

eats and affiliations In the communications grant, withhold' and renew broadcasting -

field, Mr. Loevingersaid. licenses, "and the man-
'
In this conviction he said 'date to take such actions in the

he would consider newspaper 'own public interest, enables the Commission -

ership or affiliation a substantial to exert a powerful Influence

negative factor. if not actually to require

To the argument that multiple action." \ \ } >
\ ? y 4'atp t Vt'OR R,' k 62 .Pit ya
owners and newspaper: publisher In the matter of programming,

Mr Loevinger made It clear his
\
frequently make the best broad- '
own interests would not take the
canters and produce the best programs U
same lines as those which inspired r1
Mr. Loevinger replied: "If former Chairman 'Newton Mlno,;'.' r

we must choose between program "vast wasteland" remark. k y X
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VIEJUtES. S PTIEMDRE, 13 1993 PAGE U'N" C'I" 'I
IS LA CACE.TV M ri&La .....' ,! ... I v Jh' DEF' ON''I'.
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AS WE HEARD IT !Cantante y Actrfz SRA. ANGELINA FERLITA LAZ teneria a la congregacl6n de la

Margarita Sierra'' 2ARA, de 89 albs veclaa del 281 Igleila N. S. del P. Socorro al

caJle 10, faUecli .1 Tiernea de 1aemana Centro
: Aatirrlano Mama Mugsrot
(Continued from Hollywood Sept. 9. La can

Lane: This compares to less than b30,000 spent by the \ ,tante 7 actri espafiola Margarita paaada 7 au entlerroefectud se Guild 7 Latest Altar Socle ,I

Nuccio camp Sierra tlgura de relieve en el pro- el lunes, partlendo el cor I ty. Deja doa hljoa, Joseph! 7 John

He had the tejo tdnebre support of most of the bankers, big businessmen grama de telerial6n Surfaide 6faHec6 .
de Daral Funeral Home 3800 Nbraaka Sraa. Maria L. Urso Llllle ,
such 7
as George Hoftsinger, son of the man Nick el Tlernes de la seman
a las 4:00 de la tarde para L. Lewis dos hermana .
Sra
Nuncio named ; "
a bridge after, five years ago, and Fred pasada en el hospital San VIcente -
el 1 cementerlo de La Union Rosalia F. Spoto Croce F.
Leto
7
Learey, President of General Telephone Co. of Florida plus donde fu< sometMa a andelicada
,
scores and Itallana. Una mica de Requiem data en Italia; nueve nletos 7 13 j
of
scores social climbers of this community. Intenrenclon qulrdrglcen
por el deacanao He also had Cargaron el sarc&faga
the help of most of the Negro leadership of el coras6n. ".
Jo el tunes, a las 9:00 de la ma- loa Sres. John Laizara, Frank L.
Tampa plus hundreds of city employees, pressed into political Tenia 25 aftos 7 bate cuatro me- .Jj
Rant oficlando el Padre Phillip Urso Salvatore
J. Urso. Henry
service
for the i
campaign. see se descubrld que las rilrxilas
A. Bardeck de los Redentorlataa Rico Urso, Dr. Joseph S. Spoto, '
With all of this behind his candidacy Mayor Lane de w coras6n no funclonaban bien. )
in Un rosario ae raid el domlngo, alas Frank Cannella 7 Luciano Jlmfnes. -
came second. He trailed Nick Nuccio by a thousand Descans6 rarloa mesea preparin
8:00 de la nocbe, en la tune. Bacolta de honor: OUT T.Cacdatwe. .
votes, receiving 22,467 to Nuccio's 23497. Nuccio carried dose para la operacion, que pracU-
rarta. Nacjd( en Santo Stefano de John S. Costa Jack
39 precincts while Lane led in 34. caron especlaltatasi 7 durd nuer
Qulsqulna' Slcllla. Italia, y Tin !Ippollto, Thomas Cannella Joe
How' did this happen? Mayor Dane with all of this lioraa.Nacl6. I 7
a seta cludad bace 50 anos, Per Lanan.I .
power working for him became the first incumbent in en 'Madrid la capital de I _

more than forty years of Tampa's political history to traila E -pafia, 7 vino a eate pals el afio Super ThorntonA BRA. MILLIE CAMACHO, de 51

challenger. 1956. Josh MennoSAN afioa\ de dad reclna del 3314 call .
.
Editor Clendinen we are sure will find some 'strange' FRANCISCO Sept. 9. 22. fallecl6 el riernea de la se-

explanation to this apparent repudiation by the voters of Asalto y Robo Wayne Thornton rencl6 aqul el mana paaada en un hospital local
the administration created by the editors of the Tribune 7 su entlerro ae efectuA el Inues,
En Una EstacJon sibado, par uninlme declsl&n de
Company in 1959. The very clever editorialist will probe partlendo el cortejo de la Capllla
Jose Menno Due
loa jueces. a de
ably point out that the people in certain areas did not GasolineraTampa Riverside de Armando P. Boia alas
Aires Argentina.
noa
,
turn out en mass to vote for his choice in the mayor's Ea El "Parafso" 2:00: de la tarde para el ce.
Menno reclbid una hertda aobrel
race. De Loa Atracadorts menterlo Colon. ()(teleS en la ceretnonla -

The editor will probably not picture the votes that Ademis de los dos asaltoa 7 robes ojo a la liqulerdo lona en .y 1 cayd Segundo clOt aea1.yeces rellglotaa efl Rev, Stanley

went to Messrs. Blackburn Burnett and Fair as being en el Diamond Horseshoe e- Young de la Prlmera Iglesla BU'tlsta
to, lo que le him perder tlgor.FurlOBO .
anti-Lane votes. However he may find it difficult to explain fectuadoa con poco dlaa de dlferencla fui el combats Men de Port Tampa. Deja a sueaposo.

how his one brief editorial about his choices in the el domingo pasado doe negros. no did pruebas de reahtenctatalentfa. y y Frank Camacho; tree her

(Continue on page 14)) 'u"no de dlos bien armado se manos. Tony Salvatore 7 Joe Marino .

presentaron en la ataci6n" ...0alnera" 7 un. hermana Bra Mary
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Multados loft Cubanos hicieron... En el quinto aaalto loa doa aan
que '
'Martin. La famttla reclbld en la
Super-Test Service Station
graban Menno del ojo 7 Thornton
(Vlena fle 1a prlmera) por el jues Maurice W. Grey en altuada en Columbus Drive 7 de la narls.fl funerarla el p4s me de aua amis*

imago antepasaldo lleyando car la parte Adolescente de la Corte la calle 29, amenazaron al emplea argentine atacd en arias ocasiones tadea.8R. .

teles que dectan "Pre 1dente Kende lo Criminal. do de turno 7 ae Heraron' todo el
Ttoornton Ie I doml
pero
newly no Detenga a Ixm Cubanos DIJeron aer mlembroa del "Mo- dlnero encontraron.El ROCCO V, MARSICANO, de
que
naba con fuertea pvfietasos por el '
qae Combaten por la Llbertad" vimtento Reroluclonarlo 30 de No'fueron 3 del paaado enero doe ne- 78 aftos redno del 507 Arenida
mulfados en $5 cada uno vlembre.'* cuerpo. Erie falleci6 el lib ad 0 en un hospital .
groe rertflcaron otro atraco en la Presenclaron'
el "combats" eel n local 7 au entlerro ae rerl-
misma estacion se lleraron $44 Pabellon Ketar, 3,500 fanitleo
tied el mattes, aalie&do el corte
7 le pegaron a un anclano que es. del arts de loa pnfios.
-AVISO- jo de la Igtesla cat61tca del Sa.
taba comprando.combustible.80CIALE8 Trataba el norteamericano de
grado Coraxon donde
se dUo unatnlaa
Se neceaita un native de Tampa hable doe Idlomaa 4acostario "
que 7 pero tutu quo conformarae de Requiem por ej descanae

sea aflanzable para vender mercancfa dnlca, coopcratlva de con ana dedalon, la seguntia de sa alma, a las 10;00 de la, mafiana .

comerclo bajo un plan de sellos en Ibor City y Weat Tampa (vfone de la piglna J) sobre Menno. para el cementerlo Oardea

exclualvamente. Llame al Tel fono 831-9O81 Entrevlstaa entrela Sur 7 currfa el Oltlmo afio de eatirdlos La prlmera la obturo el IS de of Memories. Oflcl6 en la miss el

1:30 y las 4:00: P. M. Maflana, S&bado, Septlembre 14 aoclales en, la Unireraidai junl En juei Jack Sliver le ano- Padre James M. Buckley, de laCompaftla
de Tampa. t6 7 puntos a Thornton 7 4 a Men de Jesus. Un rosario se

i 1 ---- --- -.- .. ._ Fub editor del perl&dlco de la no; el Suez Tony Bosnlch, 6 a reed en la funeraria Maralcano
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,-I UnlTerstdaJd 7 ea empleado del Thornton 7 S a Menno. el arbltro Funeral Home 4040 Henderson, el

Ustedes Tampa Tribune. Fred Apoatoll 7 a Thornton 7 5 tunes, a lie 8:00: de la nocfee. Na-

Gracias a I ; SODA PARA EL al argentine. La anotacldn ea Ca. clo en Viglano, Italia y llevaba

2 DE NOVIEMBRELa llfornla ae hace aobre la base de 64 afioa de resldencla en Tampa.

unq a clnco puntoa para el gana Deja hljaa Bras W. W. Hun-
trea
aa : ,
Mucho honri fa maQnlfl- i'R eeftora Joseflna Jenlc-
ire Idor de cada "round" al
perde
7
singer, Antoinette
Corry Larry
kt riuda del Sr. Joseph Jenlckl y
I votacl ua-
ca n y apoyo, quo dor nlnguno
Cedes me dleron en las Prlmarlas 10 ha Informado a sus, amlstades P. Baker; trea hljwa Sres. Rocc
VOTACION PARA. N. Maralcano, que reside en JackisonTlHe .
del Marten, t ,t que la mano de au hlja Joseflna
Sofia Jenlckl acaba de ser pedlda (Viene de la prlmera) Ralph E. Mantcano 7

Le pldo a los amigos de- para el Sr. Daniel William Flei Joe B. Manning .. . . 15,32 Charles A. Marslcano; una her.

I Freddie Dana, R. L. Cheney = ;>.. ,h tae, residents en Falls Church Virginia Fred Valentl . . . 11,990 mana, Sra. Ed Blount en' Miami;

I I y W. W. Channel! quo ae F ,, e hljo de los eapoaoa Frank Anna M Denham . . 8,409 I do hermanos James 7 Ralph A.

I I unan a mf en laa Se undas' rleitas, del 3415 Tampa Bay Dos Manning Ira a la aeguuda rue!- Maralcano,' 7 19 nietoa. Cargaron

Prlmariaa, Sept. 24.ELIJA t ;R'x evard la con Valenti.. el f
yti 'fit? rgR ', Ella estudla en .la Unlrersldad REF TADA' LA to Grado de los Caballeros' ) de Co.

A i ,9 # Yy R de Tampa 7 eati concentrada ,en (Vlene de la prlmera) 6ri 7 Padre William Tyrrell S. J.

,, dlomaaFleltas. plda la retlrada de Israel de Paestlna de ta Asamblea Qeneral. Escolta

ConradJohnston I'II' V i l s. gradu6 en Illllsbor- 7 que Israel le plda a E- de honor: Sr. D Hoyt Woodberry'

1 ough y despues reclbid su diploma gtpto una ,retlrada comparable, 7 presidents de la Corporacldn liar-

1I / de tarmac uUco en la Unirer- quo Pakistan e India pidan una Tampa, y mlembroa de la Junta

I I sided de Florida.Es retirada' comparable de Kashmir/' de. DIM Ctor..; todoa los "House

i Concejal el emplea'do de Peoples DrugStores "AI final, una media mltad del (Managers" 7 cuerpo local de reaedores .
por de Ell Witt Cigar Coaxpan7
en VIrginia.Se mundo pexllri retlradaa de usa u

: caoarin en eeta eluded, el 3 otra claw 7 como el aentlmiento ; todos los pasados Maestros

de norleiBbre' en la Irlesla Efpls. sort mutuo regreaaremo a' donde 1' paaadoa Dlpatadoa de los Catalleroa .

i copal SU Andrews. empeiamos. La mttad pidlendo la de Col6n. Fus admlnlsrador -
j de rentas d. Jill Witt CIgar
----- desaparteldn de la otra, aunque ondeaafctre -

ACORDARON. nuclear produzca la ex. Company dirtsl6n de Har.

(Vlene de la prlmera) incldn de, ambas." Tampa Cigar ,Corporation duanta -

ponaabllMad." Par au parte el Senador Hubert mucbos afios. Pertenecla a laongregacldn

II. Humphrey, de 'Minnesota, caIflc6 de la Iglesla del Sara -
''
Quiero expresar las gra. EH! presidents de la compafila
la propostelda de Odd water do Corason.. tut. presidente dloesano -
cias de todo corazon los Fred Learey le plde a las panes de la Holy Names
a interesadas'induyendo ele "Inoportuna., ,Hogica. mil con- Society,
la administration
mlembro de loa Caballeros de Co.
miles cludadanos Wlderacta, 7 que no represents una
que
7 trabajo, "olrtd'ar todo toque "
politics comtructlra atno an maIcioso Ida. Conaejo 667 y Caballeros del
j votaron por mi. ha sucedido. partldartsmo. Cuarto Orado Padre, William Tyrell .

i A. T.. Rollins :.. "Erfdentemente que nos aentl- "Bslabonar a Cuba con has prue- ,, S.. J. Asamblea QeneraJ.EELEOIDO8. !.
I mos contentoe al Tet'que el con-
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has nucleates trta
no lograr .
trato 1. retorno al han .
trabajo
Les el 7
pido me hagan nuestras presenter aaplradonea:
.Mo aceptados. No reo raton (Paaa a la piglna 13)
porto
hi 1& ratlficaclfa. deA tratado. nl
favor volver votar
de
a cual no debamos olridar la DUel Corral y el actual concejaL
Vllamlnnlr la actlrtdad
mllltar ruse '
por ml el 24, de Septiem- iiuelga 7 poner nuevtro bombres en Cuba..". Sam Mlrabella.
: Votaclon el Dlstrlto 3
a 'Ia rueida comeniar a dar en
para El Jacob Jarits
bre, Maries., Senador K. re
serrlcio teleftfnico de atta call- .Mlcano de, Nuera York, oplna Lee Duncan,',actual concejal 15490 ,-
dad." > rotos; Manuel M. J'erniad.I.C.ln ,-
quo e1'tratado e* baatante pot .!
..' ./ '"No espero tener nlngun pro- mlsmo, aln tratar de conrertirlo ; Tony Jlmtnes, 10,511, y
blema con las personas quo' han : Harry Rodrtgues 6,955.
en un Taftfculo para lograr otros
estado hnelga. Iran a iaa aegntrdas' prlmariaa
en
bjetitos de la Ma.
gaerra
'
')!:pres4 au agradeclmlento al Duncan 7 Manuel Fernandez.Votaclon .
Yo Creo En
I : Qobernador Farris Bryant, a ,Edwin CORTE DE LO CRIMINAL... en en el Dlstrlto 7

.! HONESTIDAD y ECONOMIA en' Gobkmo D. Mason de la Comlslon de (Vlene de la piglna 4) Conrad F. Johnston 16,818 ro

Dec car: todo el tiempo: a las :funciones Ae Concejal I UUlMatdes: P6Mlcas' y al > JcaldeJu.1Un mlembro de la Comlalon d* Bar- test Richard (Dick) Bacon, actual

I Que el Cargo Publieo es de absoluta conf ianza y como. I Lane. bero del Bstado.! fu*: acuaado d* oacejal, 11616. Freddie Barja, 10..

tal debe tratarse Phil O'Hara, agente ,de publlcldad reclblr aoborno 7 absnelto.8e .17; R. L. Cheney ','71; W. W.

j Que ya hay cxceso de MJook. Joints" I II de la Union dUo quo 'el coral I '.acuso a Gonaile de haber in.cnrrido (Woody), OhanneH? .,.,2.I .

I ..tj '.de. relaclones pfibllcaa prosidido ,en'' contradtoclones luego I A la aegunda vn lta Irin Johnson

A T Rollins, .por Jerry Cogler: y com. de haber heclio ana declaration y Bacon.

I REELIJA A i; .puesto por 11 persona, ,ha ,silo Jurada.. ; x I Las. cirrus que hemos dado is.Aa.1igeramenbalteradas -

:destltnldo. pot no estar' de acner- La defenaa eatutro 'a cargo de ; cuandocueatea

Concejal por el Distrito 1 ::1:1T 1 do cOD el comlt4 ejecutlro y ;an, Abel H. mg n. Llero la aca a. Ie ,, los.' votes de los' "au.

__,. -7 .,... i presMente. ,. d4a. ''el'tenlente J fiscal Larry Stag*. .. ntes". .,,c _.,. I
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WE HEARD IT R OLAND by MANTEIGA

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(Continued from page 13)) $2500;) of my pwn money and here ;tors are less selfish in ways, as' that body in this race in the first pri ,
city council races was able to influ. (at the time of the conversation of the gamblers. mary. But now that they see DuncanIn
ence the citizens into voting his endorsed some 50 precincts had reported) I S. political distress they will endorse

council candidates into the t have only 3500 votes and Mr. Johns- For the first time in a number of Fernandez. t
top position in their respective races: ton has over ten thousand." years we did not make our predic- What we want to know is why
and in contrast after a number of "Johnston didn't campaign half as tions prior to the election. Last weekwe didn't they endorse either Jimenez,
lengthy and inspiring editorials much as I did and in fact I doubt if wrote that since we didn't have Fernandez, or Rodriguez In the first.
praising Julian Lane, as a "princeof he attended too many of the rallies time to analyze the voters' reactionsto primary. Fernandez will be the favorite
men" was not able to Influence' and outings. And look at the vote the grand jury's report and indict- in this race.
enough voters into making his mayoralty Rollins is getting. I would never have ment of three councilmen which was City Council District 4
choice the top man. suspected he would get such a big publicized just three hours prior to Champion vote-getter of the day
Mr. Clendinen must also face vote. His name was hardly ever men our writing last week's column, we was Dick'' Greco who swept to an
historical facts concerning the fate tioned during the campaign. I felt that too much guessing would easy victory over his two opponents.
of repudiated mayor incumbents who 'thought he would be near the bot- be involved. We did, however, make Greco, a certain winner withoutthe
were not totally successful in the tom in his race. You've been in poli- our predictions in the mayor's race. Tribune' endorsement, picked up
first primary.The tics a long time, how do you explain We wrote that Mayor Lane and 34,926 votes Julie Grimaldi, Ybor
established fate to date is the this phenomenon?" '''Nick Nuccio would run very closely City banker, was second with 9,555
complete repudiation of the Incum- 'The well-known public figure and that less than 2000 votes would votes and incumbent Fletcher StrIb-
bent by the voters in the second pri standing next to the inexperienced separate,. them. ling bought up the rear with 8,170 ,
mary. politico turned his ,head toward the We noted that the majority,of the votes' Young hardware executive
As far back as the early 1920's young, candidate and answered: i experts, were of the opinion that Greco was top man in'all 73 precincts
and probably even earlier, the incumbent "Both Johnston and Collins could ;Nick Nuccio would be top man. City Council, District 5
mayor fell in ,defeat if he have stayed home during the entire Foolishly we disagreed with them. It was no secret that incumbent
did not win over all opposition in the campaign and there would be no sig- We picked Lane with a slight' lead.It Doug' West, would have little' troublein
first primary. nificant difference in the amount of ] turned out that Nuccio led Lane overwhelming his lone opponent 'i
Another interesting feature of votes they are getting tonight* They ]by'a, thousand votes. Alexander Scaglione. Surprising en-
Tampa's, political history is that the 'were both, endorsed by the editorsof We picked Blackburn third and ough Mr. Scaglione: was high in 8
incumbent mayor drew 80 percentof the Tribune and Times." wrote that he would run at least precincts. The vote went ,34,140 for
his total votes in the first primary Nothing more was said for .a |5000 votes behind the second man. West to 12,335 for Scaglione. West

few minutes then as the final, results j It turned out to be I about ,a 12,000 would have won easily without ''the
What brought about this seemingly were shown, ''the veteran politi- i vote spread. We also placed Guy 'Tribune endorsement.
rejection by the voters of the clan, having fared poorly in his race ;Burnett correctly fourth spot not- City, Council District 6
Lane administration? turned again to his colleague and In j ing that his big handicap was that Incumbent Lloyd! Copeland brushed -
Lane received the approval of 22- a hoarse and whispering voice said, }he was running against three very aside two' opponents with ease.
467 voters. On the other hand 41,255 "Well, the,editors knocked me out of strong, opponents.We He was high In 61 precincts getting
voters decided they were not happy the running." listed Fair in fifth place and 30,327 votes. Jesse White, barely
with' his administration ,and divided The younger candidate respondedwith ,thought he would get around 4000 edged Sal Lumia for second spot.
their votes among four opponents.One : "You know, I thought you 'votes. He received about a thousand White got 9,878' votes to Lumia's 9-
received 23,497 approving would lead the field in your race. It :fewer than this figure. 739.Copeland
votes and this candidate had servedin just doesn't seem fair." Comments on the outcome of the did not need the Tribune

this office'before. Nick' Nuccio a ,"Take my advice and keep your ,other contests: endorsement to win.
former mayor, apparently had more opinions about these editors to your-i City Clerk City Council District 7
voters approving of him as mayor self if you plan to stay in politics. I We had observed early in the cam- The Tribune brought Conrad
than the present incumbent, didnt do it and look at me now," an- ;paign that incumbent Bill Stark was Johnston out of political obscurityand
How '''will Mr. Clendinen explainthe swered the old pro better! known than his opponent An- placed him on top in this race
fact that Julian Lane received "It just: isn't fair," repeated the i thony Frederic and that this race with 17,348 votes. Trailing 5000
8,287 more votes in the first pri- novice, "Why should one man's opin- ,would be a popularity contest. The votes behind was incumbent Dick Ba- r
mary' of 1959 ((25,917)) when he 'was. ion have so much, influence upon the vote went 32,664 for Stark to Fre con with 11,982 votes Johnston was
virtually, unknown and, without the voters, ?" deric's 10,852. high in 41 precincts, third place
power of his present;office then he . City Council District 1 Freddie Barja led "in 21 precincts
did this week after sitting and with Bacon top in lOt{ '
Once again, the' voices of defeated We were somewhat surprised that
studying for four years: as Tampa'smayor candidates are heard complaining incumbent Bill Myers did not make Outspoken Freddie Barja received

bitterly about: the power of editors the second primary City CouncilmanA. 10,802 votes, trailing' Bacon by onlya i
The answer could' be that the pub- and the right of the newspaperman T. Rollins, backed by the dailies, thousand votes.
lic in 1959 was voting for 'the knightin Fourth place candidate R. L. Che-
to write these influencing opinions. was high man with 15,130 votes. He
shining armor riding a white This reporter believes that'' the edi- led in 37 precincts. His second pri- ney had 3,787 votes and coming In "
horse'. For this was the way that fifth was W. W. Channell with 3,720.
tors of the Tribune' Company, and mary opponent will be the popular
Johnston will be favorite
the Tribune' built Lane's image ineight all editors have the right to endorse West Tampa insuranceman and ex- a. to win.
; short weeks. candidates. In fact we believe that councilman P. Joseph Rodriguez,, who
The 'public has had four years to editors should express their political was high in 23 precincts and received The experts are making Nick Nuc
cio the favorite to win the office
look at this "knight". They now see opinions as often and about as 12,069 votes. top -
that his armor isn't shining and of the city on September 24th.
third followedby
many candidates as they please. Myers was (10,944))
) We would caution Mr. Nuccio'and his
that his horse cant run fast. :
Certainly from the viewpoint of insuranceman It B. McSwain
The reason ''his horse doesn't run 'supporters to be on the' alert for all
the non-endorsed' and defeated'' can- ((7,502)). Fifth was groceryman Simon -
fast ,anymore' is because it threw a didate'the great political influence of i Schwartz ((6,467) and trailing ;kinds of political shenanigans during
: the next
10 days the
"shoe" when it stumbled into a ra- ,1 particularly
the editors of the dailies must seem 1 the field was late entry Jim Ash- '
vine caused by a continuous drain 'of: unfair. We do not often agree 'with I Ithe' berry with 2,420() votes. kind dealing with prejudices:
We would like to mention here
city resources s by'a flock of selfish
political l choices and reasoningsof Editorializing' after the Tuesday
,that this is not directed at the
cronies. The ravine was banked by mayor -
the editors the Tribune Co. But. ]primary, the Tampa Times labeled himself
don't believe
nearly four years of, poor service'' by we, are I in;' accord that they shouldhave ]Mr. Rollins the "grand old man" of Lane] would, get we involved in low Mayor poli-
the sanitary department headed by"Shorty" this great privilege to express ]Port Tampa politics and pointed out .
1 tics, but some of his supporters. .
Milian. The, streets of ,
'' their views. And when we don't 1 that he was very popular with Port that's different
Tampa have never been as dirty; agree with them we let as many peo. I Tampa voters. A ''look'"at the' resultsof a '. .story.. .
grass has never'gTCwn as high in pie as possible know of our differences I his home precinct shows that Mr.
)' Seven hundred and fifty-five members
city parkways and near the' sidewalks. of opinion through this column ]Rollins.was high with 174 :votes but '1 j of the local824, the union that
Perhaps filth has lingered '
more i

we write. 1 that 204 of his fellow' citizens voted
was on strike at General Telephone
'longer In, our alleys under Defeated candidates who think the i for his opponents.'Rollins will be the I,Co. signed the following petition
some other mayor, but if so it was
Tribune Company editors were unfair i favorite in this race.
which mailed to General
was Attorney -
before our times and alas dear reader
: to them also have a weapon of I that was long long ago. political influence if they wish to The candidate with '"everything"; week
Finally, t horse became lame after use it. 'newspaper support, money, business, :
"Sir, we the undersigned, of Local
: constantly' stepping I in gopher As an example: If thirty ,defeated I holes in the field of inactivity.His candidates of Tuesday's, election ]Manuel Corral, led incumbent SamMirabella
Electrical Workers
respectfully
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consistent delays in the field of would band together for the next ten :] receiving 18,287 votes '''to j investigation of law enforce

project building, caused by monthsof days and campaign as a unit againstthe J Mirabella's 16,292.. ,ment agencies in Hillsborough Coun-
studying, planning and consulting candidates' 'endorsed by the editors Corral was top in 33 precincts; Mi- ty, Florida. Our reasons are the.. following
with cronies, was compared by the of the Tribune Company, there' 1 rabella in 32. ; : 'searching without warrants; ,
voters,with that of theactive, 3-year' is 'no doubt' In our minds that this Popular school I teacher Jimmie police brutalities, 'also the 'denial ,of
administration of former Mayor Nick force' of' politicians involved in 'the' :1 Minardi came, In third 'with 12,293 4 our I civil, rights."
Nuccio. present political arena could influence :votes. Insuranceman Milton Phalps, '
Mr. Clendinen will have a difficult enough voters to cause the defeat 1 as fourth man received. 5,354 votes Former'city councilman and un
task, in convincing the voters otherwise of Tribune endorsed candidates.We i do"not anticipate that this: :3 Lombard! with 2,589'voteS. ,1955,,"Stu" Phillips is now a real es
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tate broker doing business a partnership
,banding, together defeated cx n- ,Tribune-endorsed Manuel Corral '
"How did this fellow Johnston get didtes, will ever, take place. If'It',did,, will be considered the favorite. However : under the' name Qr Phillipsand
that, big vote?", ,asked a political would it, be unfair to the 'endorsed this race could, develop,Into avery i Eady near Floral'Clty, F rida.
novice who after, four months of candidates? Absolutely not. interesting one. His office Is :right on1\ u 8. 41' Just
strenuous and expensive. campaigning We believe ,that a constant politi-
received less than 8000 votes.. foal struggle) against the powerful Influences Incumbent Lee Duncan squeezed City.- '.
This, conversation took ,place in the of the dailies is just, is necessary i Into'first place with 15,827 votes. He Rumor: All local theaters integrated -
studios of WTVT, Tuesday, night as and is healthy for the city. 1 led in 48 precincts. Second place- 'j, this,week exceptone. .'
the results of 'the elections were We think it is, just as wrong for went to Manuel Fem .'(with.14d .
. coming in. the Tribune Company, through, its "492 votes. He was top man In'22 pre' LA GACETA |
The young candidate added, "You editors, to have the exclusive,power: cincts. Tony Jimenez: was in, third Is Sold Ai..'All Y
; know, I passed out thousands of of electing our, officials as ''we did' 'I spot with. 10,417 votes Trailing'in |
\ cards and talked to hundreds of people when the gamblers enjoyed a similar 1 fourth place was Harry' Rodriguez'' Leading Downtown'," ,
attended and spoke at all the privilege years ago. Nor do we believe with 6,930 votes.
rallies, held a few of my own, spent that the interests of the edi- The dailies did not endorse any- News StandsAS



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