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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 27, 1963
Frequency: weekly[jan. 15, 1954-]
daily (except sunday)[ former 1922-jan. 9, 1954]
weekly
regular
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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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issn - 0016-3724
System ID: UF00028296:00351

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AND XL NUMEROSSVIERNES, SEPTIEMBRE\ 27 DE 1963, TAMPA, FLORIDA PREC F VOSNick




Nuccio Fue Elegido Alcalde de ;: anJI'9


Electos Concejales Rollins -

.,'::,,. Fernandez y Johnston, La Aprobo Rebaja La De C ManteigaAS i \ I
{ '
', For una mayoria de menos de tejan la victoria
2,000 Totos Nick Nuccio qua fue- que Nick a pesar de la $ WE HEAThe
ra alcalde de Tampa j car&ara conk del monopolio cumpllra WASHINGTON
derrota hace 4 viotlma de hechas los de
ads mesas a Camara
"little people" of Tampa issued a clear mandate
ana campafta prejuicimda derro- Tampa.El naci&n aprob6 ayer la
September 24th, 1963. They gave the ,man best
t6 et martes Julian Lane Yott.teri 1
a 7 nuevo Alcalde tmpuesto de $ for his consideration of them,the right to sit in the
a set alcalde de esta cosmo- votos Lane 33,992, recomendara el
y on the third floor of the City: Hall
I cia de 1,910. n dy.Inmedlatamente. The "little people" scored perhaps the most outstand
En esas 'tffras no' ,fui political victory in Tampa's history. They defeated
.
dos los rotos de los ley al Senado que la
most powerful array of political power and might ever
J"- que son 837. demora. together and elected Nick Nuccio to the highest t I
Los tampefios eligleron Votaron a favor office in this growing city of Tampa-the home '
lea a los Sres. A. T. tante, 223 democratas nearly- 300,000,:people
33,817 TOtoa contra P. 13)i bllcanos; rotaron en
'/ 128 29 We assume there are
.lir driver, 23,187 i Sam republicans y
reasons and explana,
31,777 Totes contra ,.
for both the victory of
r 30,276! Manuel M. '
Nuevo Nuccio and the defeat
./1. 956 TOtoa contra Lee
801; Conrad Johnson El Precio Del Julian Lane.

Totos contra Dick NUEVA YORK We could list a number i ..,
Duncan y Bacon, National. Sugar factors that influenced ----

migos fueron derrotadoe ny acaba de anunciar voters for and against
'1 Gran Jurado aseeorado tara 25 centavos las camps, but it ia' clear ?A t>

\ cal del Eatado ordend el precio del acficar this reporter that Mr. \ rr
NICK NUCCIO cesamlento. Aunque un consumen ..1'publlco ; just had too many 'z
pouts, ciudad, a partlr dot. lo de mlento no significa trias. people" on his side {

octubre. y la opinion publica La subida entrara they were not awed by
Los amigos de Nuccio apoyadosTporjr tra sus aaplraciones a sabado, eeptiembre 28. mighty force that was
est perlodico .I insobornable le, c6n.! Eep&rase qu. otra up behind the Mayor
;Itrabajaron sin descanso y boy tea. (Pala i la paglna imitaran a la National.Ratified Tampa.It .

would, be impractical
:! ,us to name the hundreds i
El Senado El
supporters that'.deserve '
!J.

Sobre Las Pruebas... Nucleares I being"mention given for when the.credit sue- ."triple threat'\'politico .'4,"
'
-- -- -- -- -- -- -
; 1, ; of the Nuccio campaign, However, we feel that WQ.,
,\ WASHINGTON, Bpt. 26 Poe dtt los dos partidoo al,tratado, lue- nuclear.e ra point out] the Imp rtant role 'played by Nucclo'a: :{ 'r

|j80 Totos contra V19, se4 ;8eaado,d.. go ida .'Wjertenso debate, blceev|: raydar prot ccl6n ,manager, TmJ.IcMUllen"-'I- i'* ,
C '.Da' "''t"', 0 pruebas n ftairtqWtfaefodara t**; .wo jasf, il"j' B poyo *por" part4.de"*!P**iT t f'I'&UtleecI6n; / &' gg. d;Nuccio forced Nearly"eight tnonths.fcgo 'and.

: t .1 President Kennedy pueblo 'slab tamblen ,con et :jufccfoeolectlvo rlos los"rotos de 18 :" (Continued- '.? page, 13) ,. ... .. 1

.I,[con el gobierno la 'Untdn'Sov1 de ,ue..na tnstfrmnento tVotaron,contra el -
ties ''j et para 'Men''de Ice .Bstadoa Unl. udcratae Harry :P. $ Los Pat Whltaker, urfe de los me*
_.' Tan pronto se .,4* el resultado de la :totaci&n ,do." ala; 'James O. elon, es antlaue/ am/loo .'.nuestrowAmlao .\
\ que era esperado, dUo '"qne El Presfdente Kennedy ha da. sipplt Frank J. ; De !Ropa eonseeuente, de' slsmpre, \

leI apoyo dado por los venadores do la segurldad de que el arsenal .(Pasa a la ,_ Venezuela, Sept 15. .i I "leer una estupldei dfcha perM'
11)R

: Derrocado El President ea la tlenda de ropa para dlarlos del ,monopolio,, call 1
: ., llamada "Adams," sltua- flesnde a Rolando/ ManUIgs' d. ,
'" en eI 1 contra de ''eeta capital, MeronyM, un voeable despeotl. ,
: Por La "Gentualla Militar" a los empleados a d... vo, llsmd a eats redaoelon, ,pop
', incendiaroa el establecl- 't.l.fono y le contest Rolando. II
.. "I SANTO DOMINGO! Hep. Domini. dlJeron Que su nUeT'a atroddad den los "generallllos" con raeolina 7 ocasiona _, i tofu bide, Rolando. ef calUfleatlvo
";,caaa. Sept. 26,-La gentuaTli ml.lltar antldcmocritlca es antl. x>mnuUta.Asegurase bert y Luis Amlanca. dada valtwdoe ea $100,000. I qui. ,Lane te spile'en\ el
,, maldlcldn de machos pares que. Bosch ha I silo a* HI exnbajador de la en el local I dlcleado dlarlo de l la'Urdef Le estey eivvlande \ ,.
"de la America Latlna,' recurr6 o- rrestado.' Dominican en eran compradores.. una oartri'a lot.dec 'dT... .
|tra ves at disco del comnnUmo para Los domlulcanos eligieron a quiUo del l Rosarlo duefios son renezolanos 7 el dos,., a sablendss de q.''''.'0'I.l lpubllcsrin. I.
derrooar el Presidente Juan Bosch en elecclonee Imparclale go y dljo quo' lo se atrlbure al nombre de ,-' ,
dies La cancllleria amerloana suapenl pals ",. una" tragedla ',) 4Rofando
hace regre-
1 Bosch que pocos ] o porque su mercancia fu4 a comprsr. old, !...
Tiara de una visits a Mexico. cf6''U'I! relaciones dlplomiticas con: mocracla' en Coda la aorteamericana.
node, la tarde y leyd el, desahev ,
; Inmedlatamente los "mataritee" toe' par..1 tOIl uniformadoe, q. man. tin*. ,
i GO, de Lane, que es hermano:da

:f Comentada ,Una Inesperada ,Proposicion: .. Pasado.Ma : Ojeda Se Benny y de etros senores qucremos .
no le spoysn dsslntere'
'
De La Carccl
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Del Presidente Kennedy Reunira Otra f sadamente. .
Venezuela, Sept; 28.
WASHINGTON, Sept 25 Lat en cuanto a;la "carrera del eipa. I Concilio Ecu .' Ojeda, el perlodlata"que La carts de Pat Ileg6 a nuestras .
t;proposici6n que el I President Ken- cio"; 'otros ereen que la' propostci6n ',ROMA Sept. 27. y.rj' & el moTlmiento erne derrl-' manes y la Imprlmlmos r'el
:'nedy- hiclera a la Unl6n Gorietlcaia es el primer paso para desls- liana, domingo ye de la presidencia a P'rll J|. psssdo vlernes.E .
semana pasada, en su"dlscurso tlr de intentar reallzar el costoso .. el Concillo Ekmm | se ..ca-p S de la carcel de la vlgorosa/ e I Inolvldable von
Dante"' las Naclones Unldas?de ,gee proyecto: aunque el :Presideote' dljo sfottes' dnrarin Siesta en nn6n! de auere '...... de fa amlstad, de vlbrselon ,ln..
;]ae unlew a los Estados Unldos en en e1'do 1961 quo los EetadoeUnldos ciembre.Z aotlda no se did oficlalmea ponderable en ,euanto a 'le*, een.
.*.nna expedicion a la luna, cogI6 de pondrtan: on hombre en Va iperase gee asitUn qui un grtrpo rerolucio- tlmlentos de ,Rolando y su padre
; dorpresa a muchas personae 'que lana antes de quo .se-terminate la [ lados. f atac6: dos pequefiae aldeas porque no fu4 eollolUda.El .
presumen de Wen enteradas 'y es- actual decada.: 'Cada orador no podra S de Cumarebo.. amIgo leal se Indlgntf al
..ta .}endo mur com ntad.. La rerdad ee que cada Tel se de 10 minutoe r Ie le & 'la evasion al foblerno' leer que un politico sin mamirlto
:, Algnnos expertos opinan que e1 hace mas'dndosa, la posltilidad,. medlo de un .cumbido ? mnlo Betanconrt porque 0- / que ser ahljado del mo
, tlt coblerno ha oambiado so posicl6n! ,(Pal a la piglna 2) ,;PI I Papa Paul VI le ea 'ua habll orranlzador: y fu* nopollo, It. r d:--I I 4 foe; estrf.bos .
a todos los catdllcos y le spllc6 aa, un periodlsta

: | I Campana De Escritores y Artistas NegroaS el' Concillo, porque *,- combatients en las tnonta. esorupulosor honrsdo, el callflcatlvo -
I
""- Para Boycotear La Navidad laments a los olispot; disgustadotcon la politic'de que merecen :algunoe "*.
pen en las; soelsdos"/ dsl voclferante.
--- -' cuando fad apresado el
i NUEVA YORK Sept. u. Unfgrupo Narldad serrlria para que, los IIderes tambUn a todos los pacado j acutado de rebell6n No encontrsmos palabraa"do.
escrltores y artlsUs de de loe' aegocios la :flnaa- suflelente/ eloouencls 'hseerI
de y &/':.Tro. /d.'f los. .quo se ee- para
I,raza negra declararon aqul que pa. cia puslesen fin a la discrtmlnaci6n Pepper Se I ''oon*tl partldparoa ea I'la I legs r a Pat nuestra, profunda
51 ra protestar del aseslnato de la* racial ea el Snr.Cakrulao "de Carupano, !lace'dos.... evpreslon' de gratltud.Al .'
.m'Dch'acbu' de raH negra, atrocl- los,iniciadorcs. del "boy. Que Dade' Acep, mlsme tlempe apreelamea en
dad cometlda en BIrmln ham, Alabama cot" que si su oampafia Uene'dx1. Mas, Refugjado.i 'son eomanlstas eentendado tode su valor/ lo que sfgnlflc'la

Iniclaran nub campafi para to la* compras :disminnlrin en, |2/> i WASHINOTON Sept..' I .. .ub.,.....'... mlstad Invariable' t* qua no se
.... .. ..
que sean "boycoteadae" las 000000000. I Repreeentante Claade enfrfa con el trsnsourse de lea
compras de NarMad. Loe, planes< fneron dado .a, co. I Coadado Dade, Florida, OR' i.J Un I flos; menelonsda en"....' pen.
: "Seria bnrlarse de Cristo, tflceo.mvnr : DOC<<"en uses coaferencla'do prensarTeriflcada > qnl quo all hay 109.090 ; samlonto/ de Robert Half: "BI
'
algo que w tea'Becesarfo "en el Hotel'Asior., tO,000 mas del total 'que "De Dolare. que, tia heohe la':adqulslclen' 'tfsi

.1 en vista 4e U Ttoledon d. lo. ocab taa el grupo. los eecrlto- aterlonneate calcnl4o. i0. Sept >.. -Tre ;bom- un amIgo juleleee. elmpstlzan--
"yriaelpios cristlanos en Binningereea res James Baldwin John O. KJUen, ao .. postble abeorter armada" 0orpreadleroa a1 ... te, puede'declr I que ha'duplload

::.' i' ..u.5 '" Lais Lomax'y la.actrls Ruby::Dee.. faglados: halUaaoa. ;;y>$ d ldiflciopoll A. .Ca bole sue reeursee mentale. a
_,' jf,;3arao ''tiempO QUO a ,6e abarearaa tambNa'Ios June.Pasa .. baaos mAe.Peal. -*: of Am.rlca 7 ee Uevaroa Jo- (N. RE te articulo fed eecrltoel I
"boycot" per lee comJn4. enr..ir ( a la paglna S) ( ala piffaa (Tlw de J* pacfcm. S) sabado paeado.)
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COLEGIOS ELECTORALES QUE LE El llamado pueblo "latino"', I LA GACETA PAGIHA 2 VIERNES, 8EPTIEMBRE 27, 1083

compuesto por Americanos natives

DIERQ J A NUCCIO MASQUE ,, VOTOS: yjunaturallzados\ estarA reprssentado 'Chuvalo Peleara. De Visita Eu El

A JULIAN: LANE en el goblerno municipal Con DeJohnLOUISVILLE Brasil El' Pdl'.,Tito

de Tampa, a partly del 10 .( Ky., Sept. 27.,- BRASILIA Brasil: Sept. 24. -ElPresldente
lIe 84ul toe colegios electoraI 807 Plymouth .. . 698 150
de octubre, por el Afcalde y tresconceales. George Chuvalo de Toronto, Canada i de YugoeslaTia Marls-
Ie dleroa Indiana C1eartletd. 475 416Nuoclo
Quo coda Totoe a Nick 7
peleara hoy en eels eludad, .I cal Tito hljo ona Tislta de 5 dial
ell AlcaMe e1eoto, quo a &elma 7 Nebraska . GU 363Julfaa
Nick, el Alcalde, hace 35 altos 10 asaltos con Mike DeJohn, Clue al Brasil 7 fui reclbldo en el a r Lane, el AlcaJ1.de derr0ta.4o: 100 m. Lake . .. 1585 ltO
que slrve de modo ,eflclsnte a tahora. Tire en Miami Los dos son dromo por el President Joao Oou-
918 Eo Cayuga . 291 146Nucclo
Tampa y el Condado Hlllsbor. del hart mlnistros, Jefes militate
Lane peso cO'IDpleto.Chuyalo jotras
121 7 m. Olddenl . 299 238
302 N. Westland . 482 .389 880. Nebraska .. 389 :82 ough. Es un hombre qua no ml- snstltuye a Ernie Ter personalidades.Tito .

FOtt u:. ILeeterly.. .. ,861 210 tiS E Broad (A) ..., 4io 403Tptmpanla ds alas ptrsonas por el, fugar de roll de Chicago que ee lastimd y one tlena 71 afios .y+ es acompanado -.

y Chestnut .8U 161 Rsnrvi.w'Terrace"...:; $70 808 naclmlento o per' sue ap.lll- tUTo que'retlrarse. por eu esposa,, Vlsltar4 : -

2106 Jamaica .. 1585 309 La pelea sera telerisada por la tambien a Chile, Bolivia i M6.
3711 Grace . . 591 139 dos.Dick
Howard 7 Cherry ... 158 17 Preeeott 7 DeSoto. 210 203 Greco, jovsn y anlmoso, ABC, a las 9:00: de la' ooche, hora zloo antes de Ir a Washington,

2002 N. Boulevard .. 644 298 nq pUnsa en el apellldo de los "standard" del Plate donde el Presldente Kennedy le
No11 D 7Manh..tt.au. 342 304
Florida 7 Roes ... ... 31t 228 Manhattan y'''Ohio .; 1111 702 cludadanos para hablar con elfos, recibira el 17 de Octubre.

603 E. Park Avenue .. 236 85 4808 WI"hart . ... '840 489 conocerlos y estableeer relaclo ROBARON. AcompaAan A Tito, cuya risl-

155 Avenida .11 ,J., ,'. 48 285 lIIawatha 7 N. Rome'.1 458 4429a nee ds amlstad. (Viene de la primers) ta ha sfdo protestada por derechlstas -

Ate. 'l'Ca4le,18of'o 401, 109 Lo mlsmo puede aflrmarse en yas y objetos con Talor superiorA y catolieos, 104 personaL
.
304 W. Waters ,.. 168' 624
DeSoto Park . .... '188 US 9124 FOrest mil .. no 645 cuanto a Sam Mlrabella y Manuel un mlH6n de d61ares. El Presldente de YngoeslaTia hab6 .

canle u 7 Columbul. 810 400 M. Fernandez. Entire los ObJetoe robados figu- el pasado Tlernes en una ae.
pale 12 7 Seward 982 61t
Ponce de Leon .. .... 183 485 Tampa, cuya poblaclon stA ra un caliz de oro con joyas in- si6n conjunta del eenado y c&mara
4222 HiNer (tD). . 1088 662
2004 compuesta por latinos" ha- crustadas, tree sables de oro con de dlputados.
G1.11e 18 ..... .. 286 106 que
8311 'Florida ... .. 43. 1S8
2610 Calle 20 .... ,'.. 375 148 1703 blan dos y haata tree 'Idlomas y joyas en las empufiadnras y efec- La protesta Sad encabezoda pot
E. Caracas .. 835 404
CaJoJe 12 7' Columbus au 63 son Amsrleanos den per clen- tos que pertenecieron al famosopianlsta el Cardenal Jaime de Barros Canaan
io-Ih
powhatan 'T St.. 678 898
Cal e 15 7 1'1 Ave... 745 152 to leales; anglo-sajones que son Ignacio Paderewakl, que arzoblspo' de Rio de Janeiro .
Calle U 7' Wilder ... 816 Ut
Robles Park ......... 421 JOG Americanos fifties de raft brltAnl- fu* presidente de Folonia.Tambitn que calific6 a Tito de "ateo"
511 0..11. 40 .. ... t68 aS5
U' W. Plymouth ..,. 250 J1I5 O.k'' Park ca, alemana, etc., y personas de se lleraron Tarios cua. y "perseguidor de la iglesla cat6-
R. Center .. 63S 200
otro,, origin, saben q. el Alcaidecumpllra dros de notables pintores polacosy llca"

americanos descendlentes de En un comentado artlculo el dla.
-:- NOTAS SO.CIALES _:_ sus promesas y espcra po
que Jo. ssfiores ooncejares co- lacos.. rlo Ultima Hora condena la cam-

SODA PARA OCTUBRE lip Jones 7 James K. Child. opersn con 41. No podra determlnarse con ezac. pails contra Tito y atrlbuye, "a

La hella seorita Olga Garcia, hi- Establecer&n su hogar en el 2117 Todos dsseamos un goblsrno tiM e1 valor de lo robado hasta agltadores' empenados en molestar

Ja de los esposos Angel Garcia+: Hills Arenue.CON8UELO municipal que supers a que el encargado del Museo re- al gobterno ante los ojos del mun.

reclnos del 662 Riviera Drive, con. P08ADAS los an .rlor.. y esto solo puede grese de Fllandia argon! Vicente do, hacKndonos aparecer como salTajes .
traera matrlmonio el 3 de octu-
VICENTE 8COZZARIEn lograrse trabajando estreehsv Versen, seoretario general de la que no sabemoe' como reel
bra a las 6:00: P. M., en la Iglesla
I bir a los Jetes de eatado/*
.
organlzaci6n.Tamblfin !
la Iglesla Nuestra Seflora del mente unldos y gulados por el
a catfillca del Sagrado Coraz6n, on I Tito, segun ese dlarlo. ha trans
Tl efectos
Perpetuo Socorro contrajeron ma- proposlto de sngrandecer, en es- se varon que
el Sr. O. Dewey Conrad, Jr., bijo trimonlo el domingo pasado, la cala mayor esta eludad que to- donara la famosa cientifica Marie tormado a 8U pals. en nn centro,deinfluencla
de los G. D. Conrad Sr.
,
esposos Curie. mondial y en an aim
Srta., Consuelo Posadas, hija de do.. qusremos.
de, Fort: Lauderdale.La los De los antlguos vniformes de 'bolo de las posibllldades para la
esposos Jotft Posadas, reclnos
I noTla estudla el ultimo afio MATRIMONIOS militares el coezl la pacifica al mlsmo
del 2902, cane 13, y el Sr. Vicente polacos, arrancaron 7
de pslcologta en la Unlrersi- Scozzari, hljo del Sr Antonio Scoz- Hospital General de Tampa I metal y las espadas. tlempo manteniendo la indepen-

dad de Tampa, donde el norlostudla Un nlfio, hljo de los esposos Carl dencla de YugoeslaTia 7 acrecen-
sari,, que Tire en Slcllla. Italia, yde
admlnistraci6n de oegoclos. Stone, del 405 E. Palm Avenue. Anonclese en La Gaceta tando BU progreso.r .
.
,la dlfunta senora Sabella P.
,
PEDIDA LA MANO DE Scozzari.Oflcl6. I "
en la ceremonla el Padre
LA 8RTA. JOHNS
Ruskin Piedra. El Sr. Posadas
Para el Sr. Leon Hernandez, de
416'en matrlmonio 'hija.
a su
Tampa, ha lido pedida' la mano de '. '
Fueron lot padrlnos. el Dr. Glu.
la Hull hi.
Srta Nancy Stephanie ,
I
Belluccla la Srta. Margot
Ja de los esposos Byron Johns, de seppe y
Chacon.Reildlrin' .
,
VeniceFlorida..,
: en el 2902 de la calls
tA. ceremoola matrimonial t. eCectuarl -
18.
el lade noTieinbra ,en'laPrliWa
+
'Iglestij,; Jautl"U de essctadad.

.. ,- Atalio: r,Robo En
J
,Oraduada es la norla de la Es. Una Bodega y '"

cuola de BnXermeras del Hospital
,
Jackson 'Memorial, de Miami., I Carniceria '

Hernandez se gradud el BJm-
en
? Un JoTen!, de ,rasa blanca le\;pi-
bryRiddle Aeronautical Institute
did un paquete, de ocll'arrUioe a _la
,es empleadode Petroleum Hell '
7 cajera de' la bodega y carnlcerlaLittle
copters; Inc., en Lafayette, L/ulaia-
Star, 9415 Nebraska, Sra.
na. ,
,
Dorothy ,Jones, de 29, afios' y .acto
:COMPROMI8O' ,DE;,AMOR DE. :seguldo pM16 quo le entregass

LA 8RTA., MACALUSO dln.ro.no hlclese resistenda, "
: por
Los "POIOllA drew'p., Macaluso
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que tents un revolver, "
TecinooT del 315 N Matanzas; a- La Sri Jones, creyendo era una \
'
Caban' de anunclarle, a sus amlsta-- le '
broma. pesada, dljo: "Dijeme '

des' Qua" ,su hija Maria Antonieta rer, el revolver" Entonces .e, 10

.evha comprometldo en"matrlmo- mostri y pronnncl6 estas pala-

.nlo ,con el ''Sr,:'John Scaglione,, hijo bras;', "Usted me, esta ponlendonerrloso. .
de Bra Aatonleta'M Dorm
la ; ." Se, Herd $60.
., so. del. 2903 calle 17.. '7 del Sr. Pe-
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/ fcer O. Scagllone.: Fig! St.

La boda se vertflcara: ,'"el 24 diorlembre COMENTADA....

,. av iai 4:00: de 1. tarde, '(Mead de. la primers), 'Con Sincera Humildade I

ou 5*- Iglesla! cat6H+ ,' rl..o'ReT.. que ss logre el:des enso en la luna

Ella 'M gradu6 :ens,,Lj oscuel* de para el'afiq"'1969r"Tse'agrega sue i

eguada. ensefiahu 'Plant' 7- en' la continua aumentando la weeldnpars AI
Agradezco Pueblo De
Business Unlrerslty oi T_ Dpt.. Esmpleada quo el goblerno. disminuya'

de la General Telephone. gastos. '"J ,;?;,"i'' I r

"ScagUont I:se" gradud en' la'tJnl.Wsldad El Presidents Kennedy. propusola '

de"'Tampa 7' es:'maestro expedition: lunar' el 25 de mayo "Tampa Que Me Eligiera,

en la escwela preparatorla L' Sllgh de 1961. hablando ante la eAme.ra.

Junior Hight:' y el ee-h.do: reunldas en' eesi6n .

N RIAN'MAROTTA'ROBERT conjunta. Otra Vez Su Alcalde

L. MULLEN Llamado el Proyecto Apolo, el ,
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s m sibado pasado, el' Padre\Mark Yiaje a laluna, consists en llerar \

McLongghlin unit en 'matrlmonio, hombres a ese satellite recogerlos Ef Pasado Martes ;' 1

en la Iglesia caidllca Orlsto hey, ala fle pus y traerlos' & la tlerra. ., '

Srta., Marian'' Marotta,> hiS_ de Comentd el Presidents que rerl-- 1

'log "esposos: Carmdo. Marotta, del bear con exlto la expediclon Auto
a 2114 N. Albany Avenue ''7 At Sr. luna "quizis sea la Bare de nues- t

Robert A. Mullen, del 3914 ffistra- tro future en la tierra" '. 1 ",cooperation de Tampenos, es mi principal

\ liar hljo del dltnnto Dr. Mullen.
'! 'u' :' objetivo. '
Ii' 'Eatreg6'a su hija'en matrimonio .

'" .1 Sr. Marotta. Apadrlnaron a toe I YOU 'Will Save l; n '::. :. Pasada la Campaiia"rU 'ef:'
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f 7 1* Srta. Mary Jo Capltano.Aoomodaroa : .
I -ayuden a: realizar las promesas que hiciera.y .,
,, a las sefioritas, 7, sefioras -
asistontes .los SJ"8IIPhil \ t. ,: : : ,a cumplir. '
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'"tea ,de los ,nlfios 7, Miss fDes \haW6 ; por. el progreso. de nuestra querida. ciudad.. .

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NUE3VA YORK, Sept. 24. El mler Castro acusari a Nicaragua cen para amlnorar las tenslones.Agreg6 tadas en Cuba deed. las bates de

delegttdo' de Cuba en las Naclones de haber serrldo de base a loa re- que el Presldente Kennedy Nicaragua; que ttcnlcoa de toe' Batadoa -

TJnldas, Dr. Carlos M. Lechuga, denies ataques contra las fabrl- desea mejorar las relaclones Unldos ban arudado a organliar PROGRAM DETELEVISION i!

eeta preparado para acusar a loa cas 7 reflnertas! de petr leo. con el bloque aorletlco, pero "que 7 armar una nueva fueria

Estados Unldos' en la Asamblea Lechuga hablara el lunes 30 de todo Indica que las 'actlTldades de de Inrasldn anti-castrlsta entrena.Ida .
General de las Naclones TJnldaa, contra Cuba WTVT, CANAL 13
septlembre. eabotaje 7 esplonaje en Nicaragua; quo saboteado-,
de armar a toe ezllados 7 desem. Un miembro de la delegaddn cu. se efectuan: en una escala mudho res capturados en dlfereates lu- Domingo, Septlembre 29

'fcarcarlos en la Isla para que rea. bana declard que Cuba no ba fir. mayor que antes" gares de Cuba confesaron haber .1.! 8:00: -Gospel Singing CararanJ

llcen actos de sabotaje 7 retarden mado el tratado cobra las pruebasnurfeares Cuba' hace los slgulentes cargos: do entrenados por la Agenda Central 10:00: -.Sylria Sidney en "In The

el desarrollo. economico de Cuba. porque no ha sldo In. Que el gobierno' del Pre.ld.nte. de Intellgencla: 7 que cuatro Las Place'

Tamblen el goblerno del Pre. cluida' en los estuercos que se ha- Kennedy fadllta las bomber Ian. fueron. fuvlladoa, luego de juzga. 11:00: Camara Tree. "La InflnttaVarlcdad '.
de Ella"
dos por consejoa de guerra, por ac-
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tos de sabotaje.
contra Packers 'I

5:3 G- t H.O1X1 f Fiesta Del
DomingoEn 8:30Ulogrofia.: : .

7:00: - El C. Espanol
7:30-Ml Marciano Favorito.Estreno. .
Pasado maftana, donlngo, la be. ...
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,' nemerita sociedad Centro Espaftol,
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8:30: -EM Sullivan, con Jimmy
w. preaidida por Manuel FernandesPendas
Durante, Peter Lawford,
r rI' celebrara BU comlda bal-
i''. y Frank Sinatra (HIJo),
le de otofto\ en el edlflclo de la Settma >
( f orquesta de Tommy fDorsey
Avenlda y calle 16. "
otros artlstas. ?
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9:00: -Show de Judy Garland con?
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.. Ii / "Impresclndibte e.rro'a con po :
: Jerry Van Dyke 7 Judy
Ito 1,200 soclos Y sue amigos
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La Dlrectlva las secciones de
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1,1 1Ij 10SGWbat': My Line,
dames, beneflcencta, recreo
,. y propaganda
(/ h 11:35 Pelicula. of
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ban trabajado) tesonera
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f" I
Broadway con Doris
.. r mente para 'lograr un exlto com-
1/1 Day.
'pleto. '
,. Lunss, ptlembrs 30
., 000 TOP tll'4. Se 'ballara con la orqueata de ,
$ 9:00: A. 'M.--Pelicula. "Arentura
.,.,. r II' Young Raymond, a partir de las en China."
4:00: de la tarde.
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RESERVADOS LOS DERECHOS DE CANTIDADr'' recho al bafle. Walter Cronkite entre las
Los eolamente ballar !
que rayan a '
5:35: 7 6:30: P. M. ,
\' entrando a las 3:00: pagaran
7:00: +Pellcula. "Mis' S'is
Limite uno con una compra de $ 7 o mss I una cantldad menor. Presldlarios.

9:00: -
MARCA COLONIALAZUCAR Puestos En LibertadLos Marjorie Lord, Rusty *.

j 4 PasajerosTeodoro Hamer, Angola Cartwrlght '
Sid 'Melton 7 Pat Carroll:
Ploade Slgus Detenldo INuera Seria'3:8GAndy
HABANAN, Sept 23. El go.
: Griffith con
: blerno orden6 la libertad de loa
Don Knotts, Ronny '
+ cuatro pasajwos del aeroplano que .
Hard 7 Frances Darter. Nueva
aterrlcara en Cuba 7 ew PfO'Pledad '
J10:00 *: '
l Serie. -
P del Oral Anastaslo Somora, Jr., '
: -Bast SMe-West' Side.' ,
I cuando Tolaiba a poca eJltura cobra '
11:25: -Roaring 20.. i"
t. ,SACO DE Clenfuegot 7 las antiaexeas le hi-
12:20: -Policta de Carreteras, "

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I ,f.t.&i&... .. ::1.\ ..,. i.,.. ;t.J;, ,1t. :. ,. .( .,. ." comprar arms contra el regimendel '9Go.-uJA MucbovcUas '

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Le ocuparon a Plcado una llbre. 8:00: -Red Skelton. "Ml, ,tlljo, .1
ta "cheques" 'von el 1 hombre' Monstruo.'*" ",/1

de Somoza, que es Jf4e del ejercl 9:00: -Petticoat Junction, '

MANTECAASTOR to nicaraguensa' y bennano del ex. ,comedla. i ',.

president Luis Bomoza. 9:30: -Jack Benny 7 Robert \

Uno de lot .4 pasaJeros es la es. Goulet. *:1

posa de Picado, senora naclda 7 10:0o-EI Fugltiro. "El otro lido

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PROGRAM/IS/ DE TELEVISION I ,
VIERNE8, 8EPTIEMBRE 27, 1963 Pocas: personalldades podemos la description del- nermoso marco

(VI en. de la paglna 3)) 9:00: -Beverly Hillbmies. Visita De Un presentar con mayores mCrltos en geograflco de eu patria y los vl-
11:20-"Mhwing Claimant.' 9:80-Show' de Dick Van Dyke. el desarrollo cultural de los pue. goroso caracteres del pueblo na- 1

Mleercolea/ / Octubre 2 10:00: -Show de Danny Kaye. Notable Periodista bos! hlspanoamericanos que la de tlvo.

1:"Crack-up 11:/Rlverboat./ EI| Jueves de la semana pasadareelblmos Joaquin Garcia Monje. Su vlda re. Ec uno de los buenos escritorea <

6;30.-"Caflamtty Circus. Jueves, Octubrs 3 en est redaction la vi. presenta un esfuerzo ejemplar ode que iniclan el estilo directo y lla

7:30: -Onie y Harriet. 9:00 A. M.-''Your Past Is sit' del notable perlodlsta Jules Tocacion' por el destlno que la ex- no en las letras tolspanas. Vlenen

8:00: -Show de Patty Duke. Showing." Dubols, redactor def Chicago Trlb. preston Ilterarla merece en el con. luego sus Ureas de dlfusi6n lite.

8:80-El Precio Es Jnsto. 7:00-MaTerlck, con Jack une, que habla. eon gran facllldad/ rlei-to, armfinlco del progreso continental raria que babrian' de tener ampllareeonancla

9:00: -'Ben Casey "AUIe. Garner y Jack Kelly la lengua castellana. en toda America y en
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10:00: -Channlng. "Un Obellsco 8:00: -Rawhide, Nueva 6 rle. Dubole .. muy apreclado en la Garcia Monje nacld en Desam- los amblentes europeoa que se In.
para Bonny" 900; -Perry Mason. Nueva Serle. America Latina y flgurs de modo parados una hermosa villa eltua- teresan por el momento Intelectual

11:20: .'''Contraband' ." 10:00-Teatro D. Powell. "Adios, destaeado en fa brega para que ten da a escasa dletancia de San Josh del Nuevo Mundo.

Jueves, Octubr. 31:3o."J)1 Hannah." pan goblernos democratlcos las na. de Costa Rica, Junto a la pintar.ca ..- Eeta labor eats contenida en l

: Velo de Satin'.* 11:26-Cain's Hundred clones amerlcanas que hablan toe sierra de la Candelaria. "rieper orlo americano", su exce.
6:80: -fltoney Burke. "OJos de Vlernes, Octubrs 4 .. eipafiol a Inal .. Su ''''VIda empieza el 20 de enero lento periodlco que ee conquiata'laImpatla !

." 9:00: -+i"Otra Ves en Circulation." Es un hombre de extraordlnarla' de 1881. Tennlnada la educaclonaecundaria general de un electo pu.bllco .

7:30: -La Ley y Mr. Jones. 7:Paracaidlstas. energfa.Agradecemos. se travlada a Santiagode que mira con predllecci6n' : el .
"La Mano Rota." 'lSo.-La: Gran Aventura. su corteais. Chile para ingresar al tamoso fenomeno de la creaclfin literaria.

8:00: -Donna Reed. "La Mnerte de Sitting Institute Peda :6glco. Aqul curse Las nutrfdas paglnas del Reper-

8:30: -Alls Trent Hljov. Bull." Eat Deliberando La con exito la carrera que te prepa- torlo recogen el pulso de la evoIuci6n -

9:00: -Show de Jimmy Dean. 8:80.-Ruta 66. Junta De Arbitraje ra para el magisterio y se c nla- que las letras van tnarcan
10:00: Show de Sid Caesar, con 9:iPresentaclones de Lee gra al estudlo del idioma espa.Col. do por la inmensldad territorial de

Glsele MacKenzie y Ma.rYln.10:00AUred Nombrada Para El I este gran contlnente y reflejantamblen

Joey' Forman. : Hitchcock: con Problema Ferroviario I Imparte sus lecciones en diver- el avance del eentlmlentoeetetlco '

t J. 11520: -''El Ejecutor. Anne Baxter. WASHINGTON, Sept. 24. La teoa estableclmlcntos tfe enseftanza en todo el 'mundo. La

r'\ Vlernes, Octubre 4 11:26Checkmate.8ibado: Junta de Arbltraje nombrada para. media en la capital de su pals. muerte (del maestro Garcia Monje

1:80: -"Back Day Romance.: Octubr. 5 resolver el problema! ferrovlarioeet& Desempena con aclerto elevados fu6 sentlda 'hondamente en todas
6:30( Sugar foot 8:00: A. 'M.-.Capitan Kangaroo deliDerando bajo la preslden- cargo publicos y se le nombra: panes, pero la permanencia de suallento

7:30: .-77 Sunset Strip. "Clnco," 9:00: -Show' de AJhrln. cia del Sr. Ralph T. Seward y bate mlnlstro de Educaci6n en 1919. esplrltual: queda' para slem-

parte Woo, 11:45-Futbol.: Unlversldad de pocos dins el Presidente Kenne. Dos afios mis tarde ae le encarga pre vigente y dando impulso crea-

8:30-La: Ley de .Burke. jQuUn Duke contra U de dy le concedl6: ha ta el 19 de Octurre la dlrecc6n de la Blblioteca Na- dor a millares de mentes que nece.

mateS a Cable Robert? Maryland. para presentar su Infofme cional, que bajo su eabio gobler- el tan la ayuda de eus buenos con.

!con Gene 'Dairy, Mary 3:00: /Tarzan. Componen la Junta tree neutra- no alcanza excelente desarrollo. eejos, guardadoa en las paglnas de
Astor y Zsa Zsa Gabor. <6:00: -Historla de Un Vaquero les, dos representantes de las em-' Organlza las blttlioteca popula.res BU selecto periodlco, que durante
'6:30: -.lYo: Tengo un Secreto. en todo el terrltorlo costarrl-- decenlo -
j 9:80: -La Vila del Catapesino. presas y doe de las Ihennandadeaobreras. varios editara con fervor
10:0: ..Boxeo. Joe DeNucclo contra 7:30: -Jackie Gleason con cense y el Centro de Extension Ue artlata y maestro admirable.*;

Florentine FernAndez.'z Frank Fontaine. -, Las' principales. cuestiones en es- Cultural para lograr la expansion JUAN MUJICA :' .

'z(I 11:20: -"'La Fuerzadel JlAbl to." 8:30: -Nuevo\ Show de Phil tudio son los mp1eoe de los fogo. de las 'cosas del eapfrltu con cl- 'I

Sabado, Octubre 5 Silvers. oeros y las trlpulaciones de los trenes. clos de conferenclas. ",
: 9:00: -Los Defensoree. Nueva La obra Ilterarla de Joaquin '
10:00-Bongo: Bailey Quiero darle
Serie. Garcia Monje se inicla cuando tie.
11:3-Beany y Cecil. Hay 32,000 fogoneroa amenazados
10:00: -Ounsxooke. oe dlez y nueve afios con la publi.
12:00: -Bugs Bunny de perder el trabajo ,par las locomotoras las Gracias
11:35: -Pellcula. .'B eulpa con caci6n de "El Moto" y continua
8:0o-PeUcu1a. "Sobre Nosotros .
con motores Diesel, y 19, i
Orgullo el Nombre de Ella" en varios voltimenes de intereian-
Las Olas.! 000 retranqueros y' vyudantes de a los 7,000
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tea temas cowtumtwlatas.' Le atrae
4:26-Senador Iialland.7:30Hootenanny. estacionea y patios ;

t Pleitos[ y Divorcios La Junta fu6 creada por el Con. Amigos que
8:30-Lawrence: Welk greso el 28 de agosto y su decisidn !\ r
9:30: -Show de Jerry Lewis Marge E. Dtai contra IdeMonso' entrari en vigor por un periodo de Peralta Derroto A votar'on por I
11:30-Pesadnia. R. Dial, dlvorcio; abogado d em andante dos afios. Willie PastranoMIAMI i

G. W. McDowell. "' BEACH 23. El mi el 10 de fr
Los Juicios publicos probable Sept. -
; W8UN, CANAL 3,8 Diana G. Francum centra Fre. mente comenzaran (boy, aunque el pasado viernes, el argentine Ore.
\ 1 Domingo; Septlembre 29 derlck M. Fracum dlvorclo; ,aboga- Congrevo flJ6 la techa de eept m- igorio Peralta,derrotd por 'uninimed&cl Septiembre.Que ;1

10:00: A.. M;-HlsCoria de laOBtbtta dos demandantes Barco y Mlxon. bre 27. s}, .16n de los juices a Willie Pas-
para:Nifios., .-"-.' Elena de Armas contra Arcadlo tfano, campe6n mundlal de las 175
raleSn. De Armas, mantenimlento; fiscal aibras. Dios \
11:00 Bagrado'
: Encarcelada: Una .
11:30: Compas. Paul B. Johnson Peralta sub6! al tablado con 183
12:00.-Teatro de los crltlcos.! Angela P. Mendei !contra Manuel .Mujer OlvidadizaCleo y media Libras y super6 al campedn les bendiga 'i

,/ "Un taco de Naranjas." > P. 'Mendei,' dlvorclo; abogado Lanier, del '203 W. SlptlmaAvenlda en cast todos los asaltoa. L"N

1:00:: -Discovery 63. "E1 Vaquero demandante Paul Lake fu6 herida ''debaJo "del"braro Pa.trano'pelaba 179' libras cua-: ; ;'
'
/ Americano/' Jean D. Lopes contra ClarenceE. izqulerdo y a ,la pollcla le tro ,sobre el ilmlte..de su dlTlel6n.l' ,. .\ ,

/ 2:00-Comentarlsta Howard K. L6pec, dlvorcloabogado. de. dUo que n marldo, William Lord no arriesgaba su titulo. HARRY.
mandante T. P,_ Blondlno.
Smith. Lanier, la habla agredldo.En .
2:30: "Finale," con David Audrey Arvanltl contra Luke un julclo prellmlnar ante el '\ RODRIGUEZ !.
Bobo Olson Peleara l
rJ .. Niven.8:30LIga Arranitia. ,. mantenimlento por se. Sues W. 'Marion Hendry, )la mujer ,

: Americana tie Futbol. parado; ttbogados} demandantes -
: Kansas City contra San Garrett y Garrett. Como en una anterior, agre.si6n .'
'.. Diego.6:30JFeatro. Steve Howath contra George tambl6n' dljo. q., no recordaba, SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 25. t t/

\ : 38.- Pellgroso", Terry, dafios y perjuicios; aboga. el juez le sefialj flansa de U. OO Bobo Olson, ex campe6n mundlal SAM'S 'i,P
k tY'! con Joan Fontaine 1r dos demandantes Barco y IMlxon. como testigo rne.terla1 orden6 fue- del peso medlano, scuba de ser
r I Maxlmlllano SchelU Charlene' Chance contra John se encerrada hasta quVdepoeitas- contratado para pelea/r aqul, el 8ERVICIO DE ?.

,7:30: -Vlajes de JaimeMcPtheeters. nie L. Chance, dlvorclo; abogados la flanza. 21 de octubre, con el argentlno TransmisionAutpmatica ',

i ; ", tdemandantes Frlscla y Martlno. ,Al marido le lIe a1eS tamblfin Jose (Menno 4:

If '8:30: ..Arresto'y Juicio. Sammy ?fllmm contra Flora Sim. llama de 41,000 y lo puso a dls- Al encuentro ee le ha fljado Damon garantfa escrlto con;,
10:00: -100 Grand11:00Pnico'Amnesia mono, .dlvorclo' ; abogados deman. 'poslci6n de la Corte de lo Criminal. un limite de 10 asaltos. todos los trabajos por de
." dantea, Friscla y M4rtl o. 'Menno' fu6 derrotado bace dos semana Tranamla6n -
: h. Intercamblal
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The Housing Authority of the en el Kezar Pavilion, te- quo cemo., I
Lu"", ., Septlembre 80 mos o Reconatrulmos. ?
City of Tampa contra loa esposos Subscrfbase a LA GACETAj, oiendo de contrarlo a Wayne
Programas regular delunes I' TENEM08 NUESTRO TALLER
Frank D'Arpa sobreselmlento., TELEFONO 248.3921't' J 1'honiton.
?'' Viernes baits .lap*5:30: DE MAQUINARIA3 "

1:00: -.Hospital. General. Bienventdos lOCI Visltantes .

r l30; -."Deadily Riddle" Sam Mortellaro ,
5:00: -Alta Aventura lanes avfernee.
Tyler. y Morgan Tel. 2296713'F

5:30: .-Amos 'N Andy, Iun es a
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vlernes.6:3olTrail .' ,
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7:00: .:..JBold Journe1. Conqulstaf P {
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7:80: The, Outer Limits: ,
8:30:: Wagon Train. >9 t : y ?( :
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10:00: -->'Fuego y Nleve.. "I' : REPARACIONESS :I: :
11:20: --''The Sitters."
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130! -"Carnaval."
: de Rnanciamiento .:y_ :
6:30 Bronco
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8:30: La, Marina, McHale.
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"PALADIN" RECOVERING AFTER WRECKING SPORTS CAIt-TelevUlon tar Richard Boone *! '
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I Nueva Droga Contra El Dolor I I PACINA S LA GACETA I ALEXIS PARNIS, UN NUEVO ULISESPor -
VIERNES, 8EPTIEMBRE 27, 1983
NUEVA Armand QaspardII que trata del retorno de un. exl:
YORK. Sept. %5. Ante cientes.Lleva.
lado a. su patria, !ha lido crltlcada. .. r :
la Socledad Americana de Qul- el nombre de pentacocine. 'y
Precios Maximos Eats tragedla se refiere a la que Su titulo es la. tierra y sue' HI 14. : !
mica el Dr. Arthur S. Keats pretdente No ea una panacea pero el Dr.
del Para La MedicinaEn se establece entre una madre chl- joe| y ha logrado 'touen eiito en
inmediata-
departamento de anes- Keats predlce que serf
priota y una madre ingleaa rest- Orecia en donde fu* publkada re-
teslologia en la Escuela de Medl- mente practicable en terapla. El SalvadorSAN
dna de la Unlrersidad dente en Cbipre.' El hljo de la pri. clentemente. Sin duda las decep-
Baylor, si- El Dr. Sydney Archer, del Institute SALVADOR, El Salvador, clones aun mas la noatalgla-
y
tuada mera Ta a ser ejecutado por supartlclpaci6n
en Houston, Texas, habit de Investigations SterlingWlnthrope Sept 24. El 'Presldente de la Rep en un atentado tee hen hecbo'! desear a Parnis el re.
feobre una srogra que promete II- expllc6 que el nuero bllca. Julio Adelberto Rivera, un
torno a Orecia que lo reclb6! cosmo
bertad a los medicos rrorista; el alflo de la segunda essecuestrado
en el trata- compuesto pentacocine es una milltar, la pld6! a. la Aeamblea' Le- a un bijo pr6dlgo. Solo pudo
calidad de retoen.
mien en
to de dolores
crdnicos porquees droga Blntetlca eztralda de pro.dvetos gtslativa qua seftalase precios ma.xlmo En el desenlace la* tentatlvas de lerar consigo a Greets sue llbrot,
tan potente como la morflna 7 del alqnltran' de carbon y hecbas en
medlclnav
a las salrar al griego condenado a muere algunos' objetoa y un centenar de
no forma Tlclo.
q. por tanto su fabrlcaclfin no depend el pals y *. las extranjeras, y all! fracasan y eate ea ejecutado. Ea d 1aree. Pero en la pequefta mo-
La droga ha lido descublerta de plantas u otros materials Y'
10:I acordd. cuanto al niflo britanlco lo rettiuy !- rada qua acaba de adquirlr a credlto -
por un tabrlcante de productos tar. ditches de encontrar, y que Es la intension que los salrado.P : : n a su famllla despoils de un sltuada en eats unlverao egeo ;.

mace'uticos."Con sera presentada a la Admlnistra- ( sa a la pfiglna 6) I debate corneliano entre los part! hecho de belleia y de pureta- n

eats droga dUo el Dr. cl6n! de Alimentos y Drogas en dl. !darios do la ley del talidn y a- el muelle) de Temistocles, frenta ;"
Keats el temor del enviciamiento ciembre para su aprobacldn. tartos; pero de todos modos sera quellos que sustentan una potic6n a la bahla de Salamlna etmbolodo I,

serf ellminado y los medicos po- Produce' menores efectos y se de practica Importancia para el humanitaria. Flnalmente el llbertad-Parnis se slants esta

tdr&n dada libremente a BUS pa !bar n esfuerzos para contrarres. tratamlento del dolor.The debate es clausurado por la ma. yea verdaderamente en su propla

are del patriots ejecutado, la cual casa.
pide que liberen al nlfio.Evldentcmente En eats prlmavera. La lila de
Afrodita ha merecldo' un inmensoxlto ,
eats breve. res 3.
men no da mucha cuenta del Ta. en Sal nlca. Parnls ha debl-
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n '''LL do veneer alguna reticencias: su
lor de la obra. Es por ello, l lo con-
'stm 't'I fie o, que me Interee6 mae en a* obra estuvo a punto de ser probl.
a .risk'1., blda antes de la "premiere"
; : tender lo que me dUo despots su poco
i4St l .
consecuencla de una cam.palia *
"t autor aobre BUS propias concep' como
s f\"tim t"I". clones literarias. perlodlstica que denunclaba

.- \ t4 En la Unl6n Soviitica pudo ad- bl antiguo "camarada.. de ruta" co.

I.t', j .. quirir un nato conocimiento del munlsta. Pero al consejo admlnls.
tratlvo del teatro de Dstado de h
I.-) Pre teatro moderno de Europa occidental ,

. '.. a trarls de las obras de lo.nesco Sal 5nlca, presldldo pOt' .0 Theotokafl -
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Deckett Adamov, Durren- aumenato con dimtslonor'

matt leidos en su mayoria en ducciones! griegas que le llegaban claraclones vengativas dictadas

de su patria. No obstante Parnlsno pot la desllusl6n jpor que ha ;

dents mucha atraccidn por es. regresadoT Precisanente porque t tam

tas formas vanguardiatas y prefle- I ful y segul iendo bests elfin j '

ro que se retome a las fuentes de un extranjero. Aun reclbiendo "

la tragedla antlgua. Postula un un trato magnifico scntia que yo

teatro del "pathos" pot otfcalcidn era un exllado .un bombre que /; I

al "logos'*. Del mismo modo so ha mora lejos de 8U patria, un escrl- II 1

opuesto a las formas herme'tlcas tor prhado del medlo cultural en: (

del arte adn dlcitadose' partidariode el que puede desarrollarse. Con el I ,I
todo tlpo de experienclas estatlcas tlempo el peso del exlllo se vol. ;

y de una total llbertad de vl6! Insoportable. Los aftoa sum n.

creacidn' artlsttca. A prop6slto de dose a los afios, ml edad Que a* I.

> / "moderntsmo"' Alexis Parnls -que vanzaba entonces he sentldo,

j tlegado el taco Babe apelar a la'paraUoJa como Ullses la neccsldad' de re ,

i -me let ala con un' eJemplo tornar n Itaca "
la relatlvldad' de eats con

cepto: para los Chuvaches de SI. ACORDARON PEDIR EL
r
beria. La Ltsla de Afrodita sign! PROCESAMIENTO DE WALLACE I J J'NUEVA

flea su primer encuentro con un YORK-Los delegadoti .
butor. grieso gracias; a' la expan a la convanel6n de la Ignited ElectrWl r'

ion de la culture tnas adelantadescubrlran Radio y Machine Workers, .
otroa, probablemente acordaron unanhnetnente 'r la a- ,, f
: best Yours atpopular los autores clasicos' ; pero enton. mans pasadn pedlrle sA Fiscal 6e-: 1

ces, para esos Chuvaches un Ho. natal Robert F. Kennedy qua \ li
i of two worlds in mero o un 86foces! ae lea spare George C. Wallace, "insensate" M { ]

; prices ceran como autores mas' "mod er. Gobemador de Alabama, sea arres- /

nes" tado y procesado "por !las sistematlcas -
beer
one great Todavia virfa en Moacti cuando violaciones de 'las leyes

t escribid Parole an un'd' dma obra federates y por encabezar un mo-

Old-world smoothness v Anheuser- teatral titulada Las alas de Icaro. vlmiento insurreccionarlo contra
'" Busch, inc Eats obra a pesar 'de qua fu6 pu- el' Ooblerno y el Pueblo Americano.

f New-world lightness : St.Missouri Louis, blicada en la revlsta Novy Mir no ." La union represents a 160,000

Iogr6 ser representada pUes algu- ,itrabajadores y tomb el acuerdo despj .

nos' rasgos satirlcos que contlena s de olr un dlacurao del Rev.

no provocaron satlsfacciAn entre Rapa D. Abernathy, uno de los
las altar sferas.. Otra de sus lideres de la Conferencla Cristlana

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,.: 'i : en. la;fittracfop.'Eso I r 'e l io'l*gH 'peposln'olvldar / ; Hareel Ailleret Chief of 1M Armed Forces of Franca, receives

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CandidaturaCon PAGINA 6 LA GACETA

CiudadanosDe
PRECIOS .-
i> Raza Negra (Vlene ae la piglua 5))

NEWARK N. J., Sept. 25 El refios compren gas medicinal a
i1 'Pa Y partido "New 'Frontiers" organl.zado !- prestos razonables, lo que no su.

por personas de ran negra, cede con algunas de ellas.

'!ha preaentado una candidature en Los ifalbrlcantes de medicinal dl-

la que todos los asplrantes a pues- cen que el goblerno se propone
tOil publlco en el estado y el Con- concederle un monopollo a la compaftla .

dado Essex son negros.' norteamerlcana McKesson-
Esto se interpreta como que en Robbins.

las elecciones de novlembre 5, el En Colombia, McKesson-Rob-

partldo Democritico perderi mu- bins establecl6 una flbrlca y alii
cbos votos y eato nefictar& a los bajaron los precios de las medic!

republicanos.( nas.
El Condado Essex esta repre-

'sentado en la Asamblea por ocho

ry; a dem6cratas y un republlcano. Un ANTHONY J. SPOTO,
dem6crata, Donald C. Fox, es el M.\ D. -
F r senador del Condado dude el' afio Announces the reopening of
offices for the practice of Eye,
fk 1956. Ear, Nose and Throat.
r 6k 9. la candidature de "New
Encabeza
402 HYDE PARK AVENUE
Frontiers" el aaamMelsta GeorgeC. Corner of Hyde Park and
Richardson que desea ser Se DeLeon St.

OFF FOR BElGRADE-Mme. Nffo Dinh Nhu (left), sion of World Parliamentary Union in Belgrade nador del estado. Hours: 9 A.M. 5 P. M. Dally
politically powerful sister-in-law of President then plans to visit Paris and New York. She said Richard el mice negro en la 9 A.M. 12 Noon Thurs. &: Sat.
I International she does not intend to visit the United Nations. Phones 253-5751-253.5462
Nffo Dinh Diem, smiles as she leaves el
r fd descartado por " '#'
Airport In Saigon South Viet Nam for Ngo Dinh Nhu (right), and his son hold their Legislature
J r t"'I Belgrade Yugoslavia. Mrs. Nhu will attend. ears as Mme. Nhu takes off for European trip. partldo Democratico y suatltuldo
otro negro. Tenga la Bondad De
: HACIA BE LOR ADO-La Sra. de NQO Dinh nl6n Parlamentarla Mundlal, e In1 1 luego a por Noah Marshall,
Nhu (Izqulenda), 'Influyente euftada del presidents Nueva York. DIJo que no plensa vleltar las Los otros candidates a la sena- Llamar a
de Viet Nam, Ngo Dlnh Diem, ape. Naclones Unldas. Su esposo (derecha)', jefede durla to son el democrata ElmerM. DICK GRECO JR.

1111 rece aonrlendo al sallr del aeropuerto Inter- la Pollcfa Secrets, y ef hljo de ambos, se Mathews y el republlcano C. -: Para :-

naclonal de Saigon para dlrlglrse' a Belgrado, tapan los ofdos al partlr ef avl6n.! Robert Sarcone. PINTURA ,

Yugoesfavla. Aslstlrfi una eslo'n de |la U- e EFECTOS; para PINTARy
Ruia
Quiere "DEJeme RecomendarleUn

LA ASOCIACION DE LOS Arrestados Por Que Castro FirmeEl Pintor"Distribuidores

. II" TratadoMOSCU de !las

BOTONES BLANCOS Traficar ConMariguana Sept. 24. La Unl6n Pinturas B. L. P.

(Contlmiacldn) I Tan clerto como qua dos y dos Sovlelica ba combinado un avisoa ,KING-GRECO HDW. CO.
Dlrlgitadose a su esposo, Con. son cuatro, Coneett na tuvo eu pla.. NUEVA YORK. Sept. 24. Mis los Estados Unldos' sobre Cuba Telefono 248.1352

cettlna dUoAnnlbal: 'cola, comprada a plazos. Seraflnae de 1,000 llbras de marijuana, con con una recomendac6n! al Premier 'Calle 15 y 8a Avenida

j jes que no puedes a. I'! jactaba de poseer 'tine maquina un valor aproxlmado de $1,000,000,, Fidel Castro para que se restrlnja -- -- -- ... --
prender tu tamblen a colocar ladrillos de corer, y nunca olvMaba' calzar le fueron ocupados' en Hoboken,, y accede a ,llrmar el tratado que
< unofl cobre otros 81 te hicieras cue pies regordetes en BUS capatos N. Jersey, a Esteban Cordov&a, de probibe las pruebas nucleates en ''BAIRDMobile

aTbaftll' 70 podrla tener un charolados, efltrecfcos' puntlagudos\ 28 aloe, y su esposa Georgina, ve- la atmdsfera, en la superficle del
fon6grafo y 'hauta una pianola, como de flnialmo tacdn cuando iba de clnos (del 809 Park Avenue en esa mar y debajo' de la superficle.

la mujer del Narlz6n, esa pre. compras a la tienda de viverea.La ,. cludad, y a Armando Henriquez,, El goblerno del primer mlnlstro Homes
suntuosa. dos cufiadas declaraiban' ado' 32 afios, veclno del !hotel River Kruscet dice: 'que el est bleclmlen.
Inc.,
Pero todo eso no era mil quo m&s, a qulen qulslera escuebarlas., head, en Hoboken. to de normalea relaciones entre

un 'wuefto' : no basta que un vulgar que no tardaria en llegar 81 1 die Los agentes federates creen que los Estadoa Unldos y Cuba serla 6307 Nebraska Ave.

peon albaftll express un deseo para en que sue marldos comenzaran a el cargamento tug importado de de interes para ambos paises y LARGE SELECTIONOF
quo *e convierta en un experto en esrudlar' por la noche para apren- Mexico, llevado a 'Los Angeles y promoverla la paz y la 'seguridadInternational.
t ': el .rte de construlr paredee. Los der a leer 7 escrlblr, a tin de es. traido a New Jersey y New York. .
',' Angellnl no eran los que manda- tablecerse como empresarlos poi La admonic6n a Castro' apare- Mobile Homes

1 i i ,'A<'I I i ban en sus casas' 7, al Terse empuJa'dos 6U propla 'cuenta. drlllos al alre, maldecia a Tito, a .c6! en un articulo publicado en New Used
;
aril
\ asfpor sue mujerea a la ao* Lax' lenguaa de las comadres ita. su padre, a su madre, a cue herma- Pravda y flrmado por 'Observer," '
c6n, gas' coataba trabajo mantener lianas del J barrio cevcebaban' cons nos; 'sus bermanas a BUS' hijoa y firm reaerrada para declaraclonea All &zeaTAll Floor Plans

wu sansre trt .. Al poco tletnpo.quien tantemente en los dos matrlmo. basta al alre que reaplraba. Tito que expresan los 'puntos de vista i 8.10.12.20 Wldes
I .. ( 'hub era pasado blen entra- floe: !palldec6! y los musculos de au cue. de los lideres eovl tlcol.
UP
da la noche par la callejuela! en -Palabra, Coneettlna tuvo que I1o marcado de cicatrices sa con-, El regimen de Castro ea uno de FROM $500

; que Vivian y hublera echado un via- acostarse con el capataz para qua trajeron, vlolentamente. Tenta des los clnco paises comunlstas que A Floor Plan, Price and
1 r!" taco 811>l e6tano d. los Agellnl hu BU marldo se hlciera albaflll. lante al mlsmo Annlbal a quien no ban flrmado el tratado y dl. Size for every Family need.

blera podldo verlos all i: las muje. -Dlcen que los dos Angellnl ha. queria ti ade la infancla Los pal. rectamente depende de la ayuda .'Satisfied Customers..Havebuilt

rea sostenlerido' velas con mano cen perder una fortuna a sue pas :faanos eaperaban ver a Tito apode- mllltar y econdmica del'! SovIet. Los our business"Shop

flrme, mientras los obreros ee agitaban trones, con todas las' torpezas que rarse de la pala y destrozar el otros son China. Vietnam del Nor- In the cool of the evening

con la cudhara, el nivel, elmazo cometen. craneo de Annlbal. El capataz a> te, Albania y Corea del Norte. OPEN TIL 9 P. M.
lot ''ladrillos' y la mezcla, Eaperen un poco. El'orguUo sera pretd los puftoa y grlt6 con una MONDAY THRU FRI
conatruyendo reconstruyendo' pa. von de trueno: !
y inontado en burro y regresainlaerablemente I SAT.8to6., SUN.1to6
redes practicarse. SI, to- degen rado me ha. I
para ,jpor a pie. -jEste va a Permits que las Hablles PHONE 233.1631
doa' loa Santos I, para Iniciarse fur- Las relaclones 8. bacian cada cer perder el pan de mis hljostM&tense Embellecedoras de --

tivamente en el arte de la albafilleria. Tea ruts tensas' entre los "compa- I[ si quleren, pero no en miolira EVELYN'SBEAUTY :

'drltoa. Cu'ando Annlbal y Attillo !
Y mas tarde, un i : los Angelini desertaron Puzzolentl, e hlblendo flamantes Botones Blancos celebr6 una reu- Le Ayuden r a Realzar I NEW FINISHED

de la obra. Cuando' reaparecieron, coronas de oro en la ntadura y ni6n para discutir el papal que des- Su Belleza BDRM. HOME

f .. lgunaa semanaa :despues, se lea resplandecientes trajee compradoa empefiarla en los preparatlvoa de No es oecesarlo una clta $599500

v6! eon eatupor ocupar puestos en en las tiendas,'Tito y Santo, sen- la Fiesta de la Santa Vlrgen, ya Antlcipada
I tae los baftt1ea. Se ABIERTO EL VIERNES ON YOUR LOT
I paredee, con tados aparte,.los: Qontemplaron con muy prtSxlma. Pero la desagrada
propag6 .1 rumor de que, en el ins mlrada ''ho..t.t1.. Qniz&s los Angellnl 'ble ezprealdn de Tito enaombre-; HASTA LAS 9:00 P. M. Call' 228.1_ er

tervalo, hablan ido a Morrlstown, no tenlan malas intenciones, pero cod al resto de la esamblea.; Por EN WEST TAMPA Eve. '237-8221

.donde lhabian' trabajado' como al- habia una bailey para un empresarlo jsl' ( )
tie un albaftll debe ser albafill y L .J
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de albafiilest! hablan lo.
7 que
el hljo de un pe6n de albaftll debe
grado tarjetas slndlcales oen toda.', ser elempre pe6n la regla. 12IPARLM 1
Para Tito y Santo Ltrpo, el mundo I
4 Lee Al principle, aunque de mala ga.
acababa de desplomarse. AUTO SERVICE
'na gastando' bromas aan,
y
peorea
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mlembros' de la Asoclaclon de loaBaton'
los peones lea llevab&n ladrlllos y REPARAMOS o
.. Blancos no podian creer '
: mezcla; pero Heg6 el momento en RECONSTRUIMOSFordChevroletPlymouth
10 que velan. Tito y Santo amasa. .
que Annlbal y Attillo Be desgaftl-
bad su mezcla 7 trasladaban BUS
estremeclmlentos taban en vano para obtener tosmaterlat. Transmision( AutomaticaCIERRE
de
ladrinoa con
.... El contratlsta contra. GREAT VALUE PI.za. '
rabla, mientras que, encaramados 15
irlado, advlrtld a loa Angellnl TrabaJo
,en los andamlos' los hermanos An. que
gellnl adoptaban actltudes' de supe- poalblemente tuvleron que volrer MILD AND MELLOW Entonacl6n def Motor
a coger las carretllles. Annlbal y Llmpleza del CarburadorSTU'S
rlorldad 6rdenes
y gritalban a susUntlguos
Attillo vislumbraron la ruina de
compaeros, los peones de
h ,albafill.' El 'el Presu. eus magniflcas eeperanzaa. Su agl-
Fanfarr6n y 3610_E. HIHsborouQh Ph 236-2431
mldo n| siqulera habian ten do el taci6n era eztrema.jTHol .
-, grltd Annlbal a su
pudor de Inlciarse su nuevo on.
clo entre:desconocMos.'Por:el' eon- amigo' ;Lupo -, 'Trieme: una parretllla MOM

,,' trarlo, -liablan' preferldo rpennane->> de. ladrlllosu : IMOs Nc; Preciosas Tarjetas
con ,' Tito no se movlo y Annlbal se
cer sue palsanos 7 comportar* qued6' alii plantado, estremecido Postales En EspanolPARA
-tie con,ellos' como reyes recUn co-
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ronados.' Annlbal ae deJ6 :'crecer TODAS LAS
l ( chars en, la mano. Orlt6 la mlama io.aa
;' : largos 'pies de rpatllla yl un blgo- : OCASIONESLIBREft
". "; te a lo Francisco Jose, mientrasAntlllo orden a: los otros peones, que le MATTINGIY & MOORE
\ con tea tar on con d mlsmo deaden.
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lucla verde APUMAR
: un sombrero ,
STRAIGHT BOURBON
'.(w''t\' de cantor Entonces Annlbal de cendl6 'de sulandamlo WHISKEY

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{ ;," ''<,j';:\ ';:' PARA MEJOR INFORMACION pujon' apoderindoae de la carre. AGED FULL S YEARS $125' 1'2014 Cage IS
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VIERNES, SEPTIEMBRE 27, 1903 iDomina YaMarruecos

Criticados Los El i LA PAGINA I ITALIAN

Enclave De. Ifni?
Periodicos y LasTransmisoras .. L'UOMO E LA MACCHINAPure
RABAT, Marruecos, Sept. 24. _

Un aemanarlo quo publlca Ahmed

NUEVA YORK, Sept. 24. Edward Reda Ouedira, mlnlstro de agri. vertenza sTiluppatasl ed mggraratasl sptnge IMntero movlmento del Lavoro Vena de la muntagnat! E dura

W. Barrett decano de la Es. culture y consejero) del Rey Has del ferroTleri. Tutto 11 Paese pare the tanto nel Senato grunda

cuela de Periodlstaa graduados de san II, Informa que Tarfajra y el ne parla, ed In modo partlcolare che neMa Casa del Rappres ntantlgll De sutta It maclgnl e 11 alpallOgnl

la Unlrensidad de Columbia, dljo enclave de Itnt est n ya en poderde I'intero morimento organlzzato del umorl siano tutt'alto che tare traces rlfrlsca ed ognl

aqul quo 'loa priodlcos 7 las trans. Marruecos. lavoro. Breremente, dl che si trat- reroll. L'arbitrato obbligatorio 4 11 frunda;

misoras de America serian meo. Tamblen informs que algunos tat fit tratta delta relazlone fra m todo tlpico del paesl dlttatoria- I E si fannu migghlara de cannali

res si el publlco protestase mas territories entre ellos las ciudadea Vuomo e la macchlna, come aggtus. 11 o dl monca democrazta. Pua si rlcoggbia duva nc'e la prtsa..

alto y mas a menudo. de Ceuta y Melllla "aun tare la mano dopera all'autom Slamo perclA dl fronts ad un Chi lun cannala rersu lu palsa.

"Los ciudadanos deben aplaudlrlo no forman parte de la soberanla alone e dal! progreaso tecnologico problema natlonale dl prima graneua. ,
que es bueno y lerantar el techo naclonal. Mentre 1'lmperatlro dell'ora 6 E si mentan camlnu chlanu chlanu

en protesta contra to que ea EH Rey vlslt6 al "Oeneralislmo" dl creare nuovl postl dl lavoro,. Ie.. In moltl! paesl democratlcl, lererrorle Olrandu pe sentieri! e pe tlmpunl,
ruin." compagnie ferrortarle rltengon Duva lu tena a cure nu guardlanu
Francisco Franco en el mes de Ju sono nailonalizzate. Una
"No 'bay duda sobre que la na- Ito y conversaron sobre las colo- the 11 rlmedio-per I toro attarl, 6 forma dl gesttone federate dells Vigllandu pe tutti 11 puntunl,
c6n:! es tan bien informada como ala Flna a c'arrlra! a lu prlmu mullnuK
certo la collettlrlta
alas que Espafia domlna en Ma- non per ferrorie degll Statl Unit! i'avem-
cuatquiera otra en el mundo; pero rruecos. dl licenslare dleclne e dieclne dl mo durante la guerra e v'6 un aItro pua de capu st mentan camlnu.

las organizaclones que dlstrlburennotlcias migliala dl ferrorlerl. espertmento, con grande sue- E s'lncamlna campagnl campagnlPortandu
: y loe periddtetas no me. I loro argomentl? Sono conslm
cesso e grand. rantaggio per 1 con '
Seftal6 el pellgro enclerra 1'acqua chtaraembarsamata
que
joran tan rapldamente como es ne- 11 a quelll the 1 datorl dl laroro a. umatorl: la gestlone nazionale del
el monopcyiio en cuanto a la propledad ;
cesario bacerle frente los
,para a
Taniano In altre Industrie: necessita cisterns Idro-elettrico delta Ten-
LI
enormee
da edad et6mica." que fellzmente bajo) la pro. La flmmana *1 slctacqua la
re 11 profit to. Cltano la concorrenza re In prtnciplo, ed !tn modo asso- rucata...
pledad respoasable los monopolies
cue rlene dagll aeroplandalle luto e detlnitlro, the qualebe con Duva
de los perlddlcos' han proba- ca passa porta 1'armonla
automobili dal camions, 1 Ie nit simile poses arrenlre per Ie De .
rlta. De saluta. E
do que pueden ser mejor balan- ? d'allegria...
(locomotive a motore diesel o a ferrorie americans?
F a f 1tUSINESSMO4I veados y menos sensacionalistas, tnotore elettrlco: the banno sost!- Rrsolrere le contraddtzlonl Ognl! tantu si terms a M gurnalt,
que pueden reslstir ocaslonalmento eco '
a las preelone< de los anunciantesy tuito quelle a rapore. Taglla eta. nomiche ed 1 problem delle relazlonl Passa pe Tarlnetran una eajitta;
e.. 70 gUs, 'le compagnie vorrebbero 1'1. umane senza sacrlflcare Itdlritto S'abblrarannu tutU 1'anhnall,
pagar mejorec sueldos que BUS
tCH w
I JL
durre i cost! dl gestlone dt 600< alia vita ed ails llberta Do 1'acqua friaca. 1'acqua beneditta
predecesorea.
; milloni 'dl I dollar Come Median. ecco 11 complto the 1 ouorl tempi Chi scappa sempa rersu lu pindlnu

te la riduzlone del loro profltti lawegnano a tutu 1 paest!-ed In Mu tornaq tra na gorgia de mullnu.B .

Che non ala malt V'6 un metodo modo tncalzante, an he agli Stall
Share In America duppu tantu arrira a lu Palsa,
pfd piccio: 11 licensiamento del Unit! d'Amerlca.
A la
rotata de iu
Vottandlert,
[-ir: WE GIVE U. S. personate. WIG ANTONINI Dura s'allarga... s'acqueta... fa

SAVING STAMPS Pretese fragllLe prlsa...

principal pretese delle com Cuba Dice Que Para ca si ripos II pen lied... I I

With Every Purchase pagnle sono infattl due: Teodoro Picado Pua 1'acqua it rlcogghia e 'ra '

1. Ellmlnazlone! dl 40.000 "fire. deritta
.-. WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS Esta Eslabonado
men." con la scusa die nelle 1comotire Versu lu muru, rersu la sajltta.B .

a motore diesel, basta un Con Somoza
JOE ALVAREZ I picas lu Palsa allegramenta,
I solo maecblnlata. L'Untone rlsponde HAVANA, Sept. 23. El perlo- Doppu chi lu pas au mlggihiara 1 I

Service Station the due persons Bono neceisarie .. dlco El 'Mundo dUo la semana pa.. d'annl...
I ; fornire "un altro dl .
per palo
15th Street and 9th Avenue Phone 246.5232 I occb.1" al macchinlsta, la cut TI- feada que Teodoro Picado, Jr., hljode L'amlcu chid singers de la gents,
un ex presldente de Costa Rica, Chi paces: mu cunsula taut!
: suaTe a stnlstra del folnarlo t Itmltata. !.
islgue detenldo en union de los que affannl...
.
fueron obllgados a descender bajo ...Senza mu parr*. o mu C'rtd&I
2. Abolizlone delle regole cut tuego de las baterlas antiaireas! atfannatu:
I .
turn dl lavoro e culls paghe, con: la semana pasada' cuando un aero. Ca 1u bena chl fa lu ro pagatu... :

ARROZCarmen la 'Bcusa cbe le stoics regole non: plano! en quo rlajaban ro6! a po- Francesco Saverlo Rloelo ,T" |

sono ptA adeguate al nuoTl temp ca altura sobre Cienfuegos.Acompafiabaq 115 Pavtilldn"Ave.., Riverside, N. J. "<.
L'.Unione! replica' the le compagnie a Plcedo, ivquien: eedescrlbid ,

.r' ; 3NnsA deslderano abollre 11 turnoa como etflabonado con A. clo turbfo. dente oplnan qua

180 migtia: tale modlfica :metterebbe nastaslo Somoza, Jr., fete del e- comlslonado' para comprar armasy \.

*ul laetrico altrl 20,00 ercito[ nlcaraguense y bermano del entregarlas a los contrarreroluctonarios ..

ferrorierl e renderebbe pt4 rlscbio ex presidents Luis Somoza, la que operan desde 'la A. '
z so 11 laroro, dato she cbl snanorra Sra. Emilia Bonllla, secretaria del merlca Central.
SIEMPRE SE COCINA
M \
la locomotlra i sotto una continua !. Oral. Somoza y Ramon Jacinto E1 Mundo tamblin' did la not!- '

y BLANCO Y BLANDO"CARMEN" fensione nervosa, causa dl af Herrera C6rdoba. cia de que un agente del Pentlgo.'I'I!

trettata e perlcolova etancbezza. 'La esposa de Picado se llamaba no Benjamin Acosta Valdes. fufusllado. ', j I
es una de las Come si ea, le compagnie ferroriarle do soltera Susan Molr, de Glendale .

3o marcas de arroz que mas se arerano minacctato dt In.vtaurare California. Le sorprendleron cuando trans ,:'J

U.' 'g61M le nuore regole, rlredute Las autoridades' dlcen que le en- mltla notlcias" a un centro dt es< rl'l,
I .-. vende; el mejor arroz que e peggiorate alia mezzanotte dell contraron una libreta de cheques plonaje que hay en Miami.
.
RI puede comprar con su dinero. 11 lugllo I u.c.! In tal caso to sciopero COn el nombre de Somoza y que Picado es gradua'do de la Acftde- ,
larebbe stato Immedlato, arrebbe esti aliado con tote en un nego. j (Pass a la paglna

paralizzato le comunicazlonl con
1 -I COMER ARROZ UNA DE LAB
,
danno dl tntta la Nazlone.Un .
TRADICIONES .ESPAftOLAS MAS
Problem NazionaleIt
VIEJAS. Presldente Kennedy ha scon
13)V
giurato 11 pertcolo cbiedendo she

due putt dl mantenere lo status
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quo per due cettlmane ed Inca M1 ...na

Recuerde y Honre a los Seres Queridos ricando net contempo un comttato
I d} studio dl ponderare I fattl e

Que Han Desaparecido 'dargll la posslblllta rlferire al

Visite Nuestra Magnfflca Exhiblcttn de Monumentos, Congremo per le eventuall mlsure I5I1

Bovedas y Mausoleos, en 2116 Laurel St. West Tampa. legislative
Quail? I/arbltrato obbllgatorlot
Atendemos Todas las Ordenes Con Prontltud, y Cortesfa I Laver pasoato. la questions 'tlla

"Interstate Commission" non signifies

.' II I torso rarare per attra via
& son I arbltrato obbllgatorlof Le due

MATT I
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I MONUMENT C6, !
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IfXAJ IS THAT, .WAY-U.B. Vic President Lyndon Johnson
"f't Auto Upholstery CL Body Shop polnta to a sign going the amount of flight time to hit ranch,
tbe LDJ,In Texas upon his arrival at the Bodo Airport In Nor
way. On the third leg of his 15,000-mlle goodwill tour oi
_: MANUEL S. FERNANDEZ, Prop. :- Bcandlnaria' Finland Iceland and Greenland Johnson ar-

TELEFONO 253.3219 rind in Oslo tor, friendly talks with Norwegian leader

ALLI! QUEDA TEXAS-El' vloepresldente de los Estados Unl-
TAPIZADO DE AUTOMOVIL TRABAJO OE CARROCCRIA
dos, Lyndon [B. Johnson, ..flat* a donde apareoe Indlcado el
Se
Tratamos de Complacer y Particularmente Dewamos Porque tempo que demons una vutfo hast* su hacienda 'ML.BJ." en

-- El Negoclo de Ybor City y West Tampa Hacen Aquj, Texas. La lots fu4 tomada a su. llegada al| a.ropuerto de Bodo,
'.n Norue0a. Es la ttreera .tap d. au noorrldo de buena volun.
901 NORTH HOWARD AVENUE En
I Tampa tad, d. 15,000 ml Mas, por Escandlnavla,' PlnlandU, Islandla y

Groenlandla. En Osfo hablar con dlrlgenUs. del' ,pals.ttfc j jlib +


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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 27 1963

.I--- Cracker-pcilltk-'I f We are Indebted. jl charged with contributing the

By delinquency of a minor; 16-year old

(Weeklies, oeml.weeklies and semi A $1 million plant for the pro. Carolyn Hill, grandaughter of

TALLAHASSEE. -Candidates tot tasked. of 'State Representative Frederick -, monthlies, printed aU over the duetion of molded pulp productsmay WKIS owner W. O. Murrell, Jr.

governor talk a lot as they travel B. Karl of Daytona Beact tate, frequently carry items of .be built In the Bonifay or Norman I la believed to have pickedup

But they listen too. are interlocked' : : "What is Jour interest overlooked or ignored by Holmes County area If plans discussed the girl In his station wagcti

What' they bear these day la position on the racial situation?" the high and mighty dallies. Scan. at a meeting here Thursday late Friday and headed for North

really just as Important to them and "What are your feelings toward nlng their columns can prove a rewarding materialize. Seeking federalarea .Carolina. Relatives lean that he

M what they are saying and' relationship with the experl nce.) redeveropment loan funds for had marriage on his mind. .

A* often as possible, a potential Kennedy administration t" . the plant construction Is William. Corner Cupboard, Orlando

candidate winds' up a speech witha Karl reports these question Spurred by the announcementthat B. Mallory of DeRldder, La. . I .

question- and.answer period. usually fall in sequence from the a major aerospace firm plansto Holmes County Advertiser A young Quincy Negro man

It's the questions that are slg. same person and evidence generally erect a plant on the Bob Slkea O spent 62 cents on a chicken sand-

Bificank These reveal what's "a very real concern" about .airport near Crestvlew, County Personnel of the Game and Fresh wic.h Saturday night for his new

troubling people. It'. In the nature what the Kennedy racial proposals' Commissioners have approved a Water Fish Commission will destroy found 'girl friend,' who when pick

of a poll.' But like a poll, a may do to motel, restaurant and $400,000 revenue certificate Issueto an estimated 360 to 400 tons ed up later for a traffic violation

question requires skilled' interpre other businesses' vital in a direct, provide funds for the Industrial of gizzard and threadfln shad, by revealed that 'she' was a 'he' returning -

tation. \personal way to many Floridians. development of the county. selective chemical treatment, this fr''m a masquerade party.

The frequency of a particular "There is moral concern too, but Okalooea News-Journal: week In eight water areas of the -Ga'8den' County Times, Quincy

question is. Important. And go Is mainly the overiding concern is 0 Centraf Florida Region. Less than S

the reaction of persons In the audience 'economic." Sunday patrons of Bradenton one percent of the fish destroyed
What may prove a record dive,
other than the asker, for Karl gets many questions about Beach taverns will have an extra will be game fish, and the few
to a depth of 185 feet, was made
from this the candidate may be education' 'which also (have racial two and a half hours In whichto game fish which are accldently
last month In the Gulf of Mexicoby
able to Judge the depth of Interestin overtones. He says his questioners quench their thirst. City Council killed will be edible. Residents are
16-year ord Kathleen' Loblk of
the question. indicate they eee improved education has voted to extend the Sunday Invited to salvage any fish they Dunedin. She made the dive with
Ultimately, how the candidate' as ways both to make integration closing hour for local bars from desire. .
a single tank.
stands' on the most asked questionsof platable and to bring in new midnight to 2:30: a.m. Monday.The i Sumter County Times, Bushnell Dunedla' Times

statewide appeal will go into Ills Industry so economic conditionscan Islander Anna MariaA e O

campaign platform. The platform be improved for both races. long standing feud between Not satisfied with salaries now
A gradual Increase building to
in composite of the candidate's position Because of 'his legislative identification commercial and sports fishermanwas being paid them to teach In county
a peak employment In mid-Octo.
l on matters lie deems of with fiscal integrity in brought out Into the open' at schools, scores of teachers have November
ber or early .t I la being
greatest interest to the voting pub. government, Karl is asked tree Tuesday's meeting the Pork County signed petitions Inviting a representative citrus
eyed by the major packing
quently abort the turnpike. In essence Commission. Representatives of the 82,000-membef
lie.One firms In the Lake Wales area
of the problems la that to.day' those' questioners ask: From both sides appeared before American Federation of Teachers where grapefruit .packing operations

i questions' may not be tomorrow. "How could that 'have 'happened commission to present their argu Union to appear before them soon are underway.! ,

'... What may agitate the and' what assurances do the people ments. The commissionasked that and tell how they ,can become -Lake Wales News

public in September couM be old now have that this sort of thing committees representing each members of'the AFL-CIO.
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stuff in May. For example, legis. will' not recur with new State financing group be appointed and urged that persons/
Seven for
lative reapportionment may be in \ "" the two units Iron out their differ An 'all-points' bulletin was aired including a
mer Dade deputy sheriff Jack Ar-
the Florida political picture by Thus the issues of, next spring's ences and submit a suggestion to via sheriff's radioate Sunday for ,
I (Continued on IK)
1 next spring. Or looking back, the campaign are being shaped' t<* the State Fresh Water Fish and the arrest of Joh'" Norman, 42, page

sit-in demonstrations occurring to- some degree by the questions be. Game Commission In I ''Miami Sept. news director of Station WKIS, .
f.
ward the end of the 60 campaign Ing aisked now of those who ,mayo 20. Orlando. Just divorced from his I

complicated the Democratic; run. >. candidates' for governor. -AIJ; rnda1e StarTRACING second. wife, ,Norman will be FORALUMINUM

q off.From '
what three political travelers .. A AWNINGS

t report, the question asked Cro < .k5 eeC :k
most often nowadays may be summarized ; '

thus: "How do you stand
t on the 'Kennedy -administration?" L>, I. '

i State Senator Scott Kelly of I
yk t S t .nr .
Lakeland' 'soon found he bad to I
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respond by asking a" question; : :
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"Just what do you mean?" Kelly 1 +
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(tftscovered it 'was wrong to Jumpto '
the conclusion the questioner 'B 2533181'adzess
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always had in mind the Kennedy '* '

administration's' energies in the __ : '
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field of civil rights. l :'b _. PRODUCTS co.
Instead' reports Kelly "the question .
North
ss 9 105 Oregon
has meant everything from irk
the administration's handling of dj'a I I
{ ZvvEJc
the Cuban situation through the

nuclear test ban treaty to the Income i

tax cut and giveaways at
home and abroa l *' _
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adds, most of those asking were f

referring to civil rights) on which

there is a "deep, 'deep feeling" T

presently directed against the public .
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dominant .state question

everywhere, continues Kelly, re- TENSION AND TIMI OUT-Demonstrating students one. A policeman (right) broke the tension, at
later to taxing and. spending.' Most (left) chant and Jeer outside the West End High the school site as he took time out to clown on
often School Birmingham Ala. Three Birmingham a circus-type bicycle, much to the delight of the
singled out for inquiry, with schools successfully Integrated,but WeatEnd was owner, Mike Powell 14. Mike is a freshman at tght'M
implied or outspoken criticism' is the scene of hour-Ions demonstrations like thi the school but did not attend the full day of class.:
the," action of the '63 Legislature

in raising the cost of auto tags -..aeaM

The statewide questions that

were most frequently asked State How To Get

Senator John E. Mathews, Jr., of

Jacksonville, are listed by ''him in NIGHTLY

this order: ,A
LA GACETADelivered
'"First' why Is there a constitutional Mme--zs*x3k EXCEPT
: SUNDAY
question about eligibil
my e
sty'to runt"Second p '
8 P. M. to Your
l what can be done about

the problems of higher education A. RAIN r

specifically general? and all education in 1.i OR Home or OfficeTHE


"Third, what are, the long; range D w. CLEAR

; solutions to overall fiscal problems Ideal way to get LA GACETA la by convenient mall
t Matinees
Including bonds and taxes? 0' delivery. You're aura of prompt, regular receipt of your

Will new taxes be necessary,' in G 2:00 P. M. newspaper every Friday when the postman delivers your

the next 'few years? mall.

""Fourth what do I feel about SaturdaysACRES
The coupon,below la all you need to start your service.. Fill
the Kennedy administration and ,, OF '
T out it "
It and mall today. Please enclose check.
the I'resldenUatelecUon, next )'tar1 FrEEPARKING

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ment's' to be voted on in Novemberof .bAlL
this' year?'' [ P. O. Box 5536 aae,1
DOUBLEr
The two questions, most often Tampa Florida
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832-8960 229-0081 the address .below.at the ate of $5.00 for 52 issues.

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PAGE LA GACETA FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27 1983 AVERAGE MALE WORKS 43 YEARS

I AND CHANGES JOBS SIX TIMESFrom

The Tallahassee cent of all' men retired at those

i f' Capital Labor News ages.
WASHINGTON you're any. The Increase in early retirementis
thing like the average male of 20 due, the study points out, to the
_
I you will spend the next 43 years continued liberalization of social
working-or looking for work- security benefits and coverage, an
and will change Jobs six times. Increase in private pension plans-
That' the picture that hu been some with compulsory retirement
drawn in the latest Manpower Report provisions, the decline in farm employment
of the Department of Labor. and non agricultural self

Reversing a long.term trend, the employment.
report shows the work expectancyfor The report also shows:

%:::: : L( 1960 men by declined one-half between year. 1950 At and the men Labor reaches force a peak participation in the early for

same time, life expectancy for 30's and remains relatively stableat
males rose by: one year. The one. a level of over 95 per cent until
half year decrease is in contrast age CO;
to a sir )'ear' increase between At age 40 life expectancy has
1900 and 1940 and a three and a declined to 31 years and work life
half year Increase between 1940 expectancy to 24 with 7 years still,
.and 1950. expected in retirement;
Reasons for a decline in the At age 60, men can expect: to
L0rS5
work life include a longer train. live an additional 15.8 years, on
: ;" ,',.% y ..H.a'la.f ing period prior to entering upona the average, and to work an ad
work career and a drop in the ditional 81& years;
f PILOT DROPS 13,000 FEET IN WINGLESS one of several shapes being tested by: the Na- age of retirement. Work life expectancy: for 20.yearold .
Milton O.Thompson, 38, brines the M-2 tional Aeronautics and Space Administration for
CRAft-I Retirement between ages 64 and man rose from 39 years in
landing at Edwards Air Force Base, re-entry through the atmosphere. It is designed
65 haa become much more common 1900 to 43 years by 1960 largely as
gliding: from an altitude of 13,000 feet. without wines to reduce area exposed to friction.
in the past decade. Almost a result of longer life expectancy: ;
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;,; 25 per cent of all men retired before Work potential baa ,been in.
their 64th and 65th birthdays creased by about nine man :years
In I960; in 1950 leea than 10 per elnce 1980.


I WHAT THEY'RE SAYING I

,. Coral Gables (Fla.) TimesA reader a better paper than he received .

newspaper 'has only two Jobs, last issue
to print the news in its news columns We must be guided by an affection
::1 and to make vigorous intelligent for the community we
sr" x
its editorial page. It should not go without allowing our tolerance to

,,', about its task with the idea of erode our Judgment. We must dls-
\ making friends, although its Job sent for reasons of principle but
Irl'I 1. done well it will, inevitably never for perverseness.We .
1iTi 'T make many friends.A must be fair, which means j

newspaper should listen patiently the occasional eating of crow. Asa I
I. to all. its critics, searching business, we must be economical
,. their comments, however bitter ly strong yet we must risk offense Ito
N ,.fV Sd ..Aa x 4 ;, 4. they may ,be, for the ,still, email some of our customers in order :

: H messages of truths whereby even to do our Job. I
our enemies show ''Ill the higher Intimidation we cnnnot counte.

ground. nance, Courage we must have Humility
1 We should !be chary of praise for we must remind ourselvesto j
v it is deadening to the soul, though have more of for the man with
\ a pleasing to the ego. Discount a printing press Is, pretty: near to
'
much of what our', friends ten us, a,supreme: judge lout with, no more
though acknowledging their than his ordinary chare of the
though tfulness. brains meted' out )Jn the 'Natural 11\\

Always we must be uncomfortable distribution of matter.
with ourselves: Have 'we done And with It all, a generous mix.
:
our 'bestt What have 'we left un. furs of humor to laugh at our.
done or incomplete Whom hare elves. Serious business should
we slighted, by omission or com I never be conducted by humorless
mission How can: we give the people

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STATE SEN. JOHNS

READY',TO SERVE

CITIZENS OF ANOTHER


l L j COUNTYTo The Citizen of Clay County

Since your distinguished Senator As ti
the Honorable Edwin) O. Fraser
PASSENGER SUBMARINE-Here are two views of the Mesoscaphe, built at Monthay, Switzerland has resigned as your Senator to
under direction of Jacques Plccard (lower right), for the 1964 Swiss National Ex. become Secretary of the Florida
1 hibillon. It will take at least 40 persons at a time td the depths of Lake Geneva, diving Senate, I want the people of Clay
nearly 1,000 feet There. a lamp at each of the 40 windows, so passengers can get a
County know that I ready
w good look outside. The "passenger submarine" is 98 feet long, and is stabilized by 15 to am
'.l-:" tons of lead in the keel.: and willing to serve them in anyway
1 I can.I .
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t want each man, woman and
child to feel free to call upon meat
'1'I all times.

I am Just aa close to you' as your
Poet Office or telephone
Charley E. Johns
State SenatorI



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and- the : layslaa; policeman, carrying a
I shield and stick, pushes back
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i demonstrators who broke into
Voterswho the Indonesian Embassy in
"' Kuala Lumpur capital of the
,1 3 ,, and
n "J new nation of Malaysia
Elected I aet fire to buildings. Malaysia
I has broken off diplomatic relations
\ : WwI me! I with Indonesia and the
I ,fI ; iJOE I Philippines as a result of similar .
I __y -E. I outbreaks their capitals.

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I : Remarks of Atty. Gen. Kennedy r LA G AC ETA PAGE 10
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 27 1963
To! Italian Congress Of Forensic Medicine -
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It la an honor for me to welcome the innovation, the concept of correlating
you to till country.I these disciplnes for th
doubt if ever !before we bar greater good of each, should J-1
'been privileged to receive, In one spring from Italian minds. I

gathering so many of the finest The work of your academy cat
minds In contemporary/ European only be described as a noble ef,
civilization. fort an effort from which more
As an American and particularly enlightened concepts of human jus. 5
as an American lawyer I tics may well be /born, and from
find the underlying concept of your which new and higher plateaus oJ 4

academy both etrange and insplr. wisdom may wen be attained for s, i
ing. the benefit of all mankind. #
A.
It U a strange concept to me- Albert Einstein saw the modernworld
and also, I suspect, to moat Ameri as: '"characterized by per.
can's-because ours is a nation of fectton of means and confusion ofgoal.
,l specialists. Our lawyers tend to .." No conscientious man alive x a
be preoccupied with law, our doctors today can deny the truth of that
with medicine, our theologianswith observation or fail to 'be disturbedby
'; religion, and our writers with Its implications.. ;q

(literature. In the very process of perfectIng : t, Ug _
'. In fact, the specialization Is narrower our means-of attaining greater ; 8
than each and greater expertise in our i7
"' that, for profes-
'. lon contains an infinite number specialized approaches to know.
of sub-specialties that are all toot ledge we are all to likely to r
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likely to claim the whole attention I settle for false and arrogant as. r.pkct
j' ? of their practitioners. sumptions of wisdom. And it is thisarrogance 4.)

An American doctor whose spe ( that gives rise to the

1 cialty Is the human eye, ear and confusion of our goals
11. throat, will hare ,very little basis "Our firmest convictions" said ,
: for intelligent discourse with a Ortega Y Gasset, "are apt to be '''p'___ .__! 46ria .._..___x.O'.YxGzi idwS '
,! 'psychiatrist.' The same lack of com the most suspect. They mark our
SEEKING IDENTITIES OF CRASH VICTIMS Three Federal
munication is apt to exist between Imitations and our bounds. Life is Bureau of Investigation fingerprint experts are probing rows COUTURIER, TOO Annette
& patent attorney and*labor law. a petty thing unless it is moved of fingerprints taken from more than 60 dead and Injured Gassot from Paris dancerin
by the Indomitable urge to extend'Its Mexican nationals Involved In"a bus-train crash near Sail the Folles,Bergere" troupein I
yer.Small boundaries. nee Calif. The team (from left), James Bruder, Ray Quinn Las Vegas, Nev., .is a
wonder then that the
and George Bonebrake. is having: difficulty Identifying talented, amateur .couturierin ,I
American doctor and lawyer can One of our own great scientists, the bodies because of their condition. her spur"' 'M .
find 'little of mutual -------
interest or Robert Oppenheimer, put the same
benefit in each other's profession; bought .8. different way when he I I
Dog Owners Urged To Keep Dogs at Home School Is For ChildrenDogs
I And less wonder still that both are was asked to define exactly whatIt ,
(Inclined to feel uneasy In the was that scientists of his call. may need schooling, but Just now, a call has come in to strange places and situations if

presence of, a poet not to men. ber did, all day They sit around, not at human schools! the front desk at the Humane So- they think they are going to be
tIon the :poet's discomfort I in try.I b..e said, explaining to each other At this time of the year, the ciety that the custodian at Twin hurt, they may bite a /child. Also,
tag to hold up his end of the con the things they do not know. Humane Society is beseiged by Lakes School has three dogs readyto with other strange dogs a fight
versation. i I believe that wise men throughthe calls from principals and school' be picked up. Yesterday one was may result in veterinary expense.

But this is our loss, This is the ages have always done just custodians about pet dogs onschool received from Henry Grady School. If your dog needs schooling, see
price we have paid In America for I that-for surely the end of true grounds. Dogs have been There have been calls In past that he gets it at the very In-
', our concentration on expert technique -i learning is not to establish certalnties 'with the children all summer fol- years regarding cats and other expensive Dog Training Classes,
_ at the expense of general ] but to achieve' humility in mowing them about the neighbor pets. These are picked up and not at our children's schools.
l..rnlng-a.n that Is why I I find the face of_ the unknowable. 'hood. It only seems natural to f6U held for the owners. If the ownersdo

your organIzation an inspiring And so it is the humility of this low the child to school :when school not claim them within five days, FOR SALE-Lovaly home. Furnished -

4 Idea. Congress-'the openness and w111Ingn.e opens. Teachers: have problems It they are.desirable, healthy pets spacious; 3 bedroom; garage

There is, of course nothing new : .s of each of you to learn enough encouraging children to they will be placed for adoption. rental. Trees and shrubbery.
In an Americanos being Inspired by from each other-that gives It the get down to, work after the long Moat owners of dogs realize that, Close to schools, churches and
Italian ideas. Throughout our brief most 'significant value as a lesson vacation, certainly 'fighting' dogson while their dogs may be perfectly shopping centers. 8312 11th St.,
I the playground do not help.. mannered and, gentle at home, li> off E. Waters offer.
history, we bare always looked to for Intellectuals everywhere. L -, ,;_ ,Open! .. .*.*for t
the rich and ancient heritage' of Ii the goals of our age are ever

the 'Italians! for cultural values we to become less confused-as clearly '
lave not had time, to develop on they must It our civilization is I Ail'r
our own. to survive 'believe that achievement \ij

The very !buildings that surround wilt come about through discussions .. .. ... .
us here in New York this like yours.I .... ..
magnificent' forest of skyscrapersthat know I can speak for the President
has come to symbolize Amer. and for the American pub. ..

lea all over the world--would not lie in saying 'we are proud that :! i ,
nave existed If it weren't for the you' have chosen the United States ,. ,. .y .. .
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genius of Italian builders and artisans for your third Congress. I am confident ,:':: ".
in stone that the American Intellectual . ..
_And Just as New York Is indebted community! will follow the ,
t, to Italy for its skyline so workings of'this Congress with all
:..'::1/.ial1 America to: indebted to Italy for the. Interest' it so plainly deserves. ,J
the high skyline of its cultural I only with that ell of you could < :",('-
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imagination.In stay longer, that you could travel
an of the learned disciplines more widely, and converse with .
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represented by the gathering. here American scholars in all parts of one of a fleet of STORM-WEAKENED TEXAs TOWERS-Two of 28 clvlllaA workers leave
.\ today-the 'law. the sciences, the our country.' Towers (left) off seven Quonset helicopters Point R.L that airlifted aU 28 to safety from two-weakened Texas
k U 18-toot, ,waves
pounded
the
humanitiea'and the arts-America But however' brief your visit to rusty Itzucturea.

.' and the whole of the western America, I hope you find it profitable -
,'. : world win be forever Indebted to and I sincerely hope it
the classical innovations of Ital.I won't be your last.
I'"tan'thought. The United States is honored by

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11 LA GACETA GOING FORWARD AS A RACE
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 27 1903
From tht Jackson (MilL) operate a line he would not onlybe BAY BRiEFS
Clarion.Ledger turned down, but be would be i

David Lee, Negro publisher of lucky if be didn't get a bullet in By ODIE ANDERSONWe
the Newark Telegram in Newark, his back. "
all recall our parents' remark, "What will the
New Jersey, recently made an ex. "Negroes and whites get along "
neighbors say? when, as children, we squabbled too fre-
tens In tour of the South and has much better together in the South
WtL4 quently and too loudly Adapting this for use in urging
!J o
I would
offered some significant and Intel. than Northern agitators
settlement of our integration problem may seem ridiculous -
lig -conclusions on the questionof have you believe. Of course I
however obvious for halt to
; more reasons calling a
civil rights for members of his know that there are some sore the
battle between the black and the white have failed
race. Here is what he had to say i spots down there, and we have
Featuring miserably Also, world's opinion is far more importantthan
in an editorial which deserves nationwide them up here also. ''But it Is not
Top may appear on the surface, and closing doors and
circulation and analysis: as bad as it Is painted. The
windows is'useless in this quarrel, since news of every inci-
I VarietyArtists "The racial lines in the Southare trouble In the South stems from dent is circled round the globe within minutes after it
so clearly drawn and defined ignorant whites and Negroes, not happens.

there can to no confusion WhenI from the intelligent better ele- I. The most conservative 'saying' of our neighbors is
i am in Virginia or South Carolina, element of the two races. that the children of the United States, the Great White
I don't wonder if I know the "The attitude of the Southerners
score. Father, are on the brink of civil war. Others, viewing the
I However, I hare walked into sev. toward our race is a natural psy. situation in its propEr; perspective, state emphaticallyand -
r eral places right there in New Jersey cological reaction and aftermathof correctly-that citizens of the United States, unable to
where we bare a civil rights the War Between the States. ': settle their problems peacefully, are engaged in civil war.
law, and have ''been refused serv. Negroes were the properties of Don't scoff. In the Boston Massacre back in colonial days,
ice. these people. The whole economyof only four lives were lost. Yet this bloodshed triggered the
"The -whites in the South stay the South was built around sla American Revolution. Deaths known to stem, from the
po1.yN6SiAN with their own and the Negroes do very. The South 'was forced by current salt and pepper issue far exceed this number;
I likewise. This one fact has been bloodshed and much harm to Its assuredly numerous others have died as an indirect resultof
pARAdise the economic salvation of the Ne pride to give up slavery. Over the controversy and doubtless many others have diedas
gro in the South. Atlanta Ga., night these slaves became full- a direct cause of the issue without their deaths being
American andPolynesian compares favorably with Newark fledged American citizens, enjoying publicly. acknowledged as resulting from attempted integration
drinks cuisine' In size and population. Negroes the same rights as their former .True, and fortunately, the bloodshed Is not of a nationwide -
ana there own and control millions of owners. proportion, but, in the beginning, neither were
Dancing andenfertanmenf t dollars worth of business. All the '"Certainly you couldn't expect the American Revolution, America's Civil War nor France's
/ from Negro! business' in New Jersey will the South to forget this In 75 or civil war. But when standing militia Is ordered into the
5:30 fM. till 2.-00 A.few .M.
not amount to as much as our race even 160 years. That feeling has fray the conflict certainly has one earmark of warfare.
has in one city in Georgia. This is passed from one generation to another Along with what our neighbors are saying is the
HawaiianvitLcvge also true in South Carolina and but It is one of hatred for equally important matter of what our neighbors are think

\ Virginia. the Negro. No section' of the country ,ing. Thinkers among them are certain to recognize the deterioration -
"rawAll lln Ump. ttSTAUUANT "No matter what a Negro wantsto has made more progress in of our standard of morals as they read of the
MOTEL do, he can do it 1n the South. In finding workable solution to the massacre of little children in Birmingham, supposedly by
2522 North Dal Mobry. rhoni 177.5<7I Spartanburg, 6. C., Ernest Collins Negro problem than the South. white men; they will: recognize the inherent danger of
a young Negro, operates a Naturally Southerners are resent. handing responsibility to black men who revert to animal-
large funeral home, a taxicab business dug when the North attempts to izm by chaining themselves together to protest what they

a filling station, grocery ram a civil rights program down >term inequality; and view askance a government, sup
BIG store has several buses, runs a their throats."I posedly based on self-rule, which is attempting to enforcea
large 'farm and a night club. have pointed out in' dozens of doctrine which few of the citizens directly involved are
"Collins couldn't do all that in editorials that the white peopleof emotionally capable of accepting i
SHOWNITELY' New Jersey or New York. The Safe this country are not only our Returning this problem to the communities which ,
'Bus Company in Wineton-Salem, friends but they want to see us ,spawned it may not be the answer*, but history will subs-
N. C., owns and operates over a get ahead as a race. As a matter tantiate the fact that in most areas integration was being -
(hundred. If a Negro in New Jerseyor of fact, we are more prejudicethan accomplished with steady progress and without blood- (1 r:
The Brass Rail New York had the money and I those whom we accuse of shed, before the national government allowed itself to be i
attempted to obtain a franchise to 'being prejudiced."The high pressured into the act by radical leaders, Whose own
CLUB -,'- entire problem in of understanding that being
.. ..' ... race people, incapable they are
GIRLS .:. GIRLS .!. GIRLS >- "''.ft'" America is wrong.. Our approachis (exploited to build up personal and political power for a
FRANKLIN wrong. We expend all our energles few, merely follow blindly.
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J and spend millions of dollar Already, the United States has lost considerable
trying to convince 'white people prestige among our neighbors neighbors who have' regarded
'that we are as good as they are, our country as the kindly and capable leader of all
that we are an equal nations. No amount of money will buy back this prestige.
WHILE ON THE "Our fight for recognition, justice Only 'united' country, handling its internal affairs with i i

WEST SIDE OF civil rights and equality calm, understanding common sense, can do this.
should be carried on within the Proudly, we point out that 'the Tampa Bay area is .
TOWN r j race., Let us demonstrate' to the doing just that, as integration is quietly accomplished on

Stop in at the (" world by our living standards, a local level, step by step, as the colored members of our
our ,conduct, our' ability and our society reveal themselves ready for the priveleges and

CastawaysLounge 1 4.' intelligence that we are the equalof responsibilities accompanying Integration .. .
p any man, and when we shall **)
have done this then the entire Area SCUBA divers are advised to take note of recent -
& Package Store world, including the South will fatal accidents involving divers in New Jersey, whose
4613 'Grand Central accept us on our terms. Our present deaths have been traced to contaminated air used in their
program of threats and agita- tanks. Excessive amounts of carbon dioxide, carbon mo
.. "''iWi Ion' makes enemies of ourfriend. noxide and vaporized oil were found in the tanks, and Investigation -

/1h.A' .". points out that to get air from a compressor

( ., In Interest Of powered by an electric motor is the best bet. The practiceof
air tanks at service stations
t t4 replenishing dispensing
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< t <" Good GovernmentFrom free air for car tires, is loaded with all the above dangers
N' "
( ;. ( The Mount Dora Topic) plus a few more. Remember, when you get, down there
':' ..: The" editor of the hometown the air in your tank is all you have to breathe, so it had

.G. f;;.:. weekly or smaller city dally news better be pure for sure. *""
paper Is in a unique position In blscommunlt e f
r-1'1'1.1 "i ,. lIe knows personally There is a community near the Florida-Alabama line
INVESTIGATED Charts
(Chuck) Conerly, former a large proportion of his subscribers named Two Egg, Fla., and now we know why Two Egg was
tar qaarterbacH of the New and a subscriber can find him named Two Egg. In the unsubsidized days of yore, when
Y I York Giants shown in 1901 In his office and cross verbal farmers suffered from a lack of cash and when a two-
J (top) and 1959, is under Investigation swords with him.A cent piece of mail could be posted for two cents, said:farmers
by the National conscientious editor is clothed got in the habit of placing two eggs in their, mail,
NO COVER Football with League$9,575 in in check connection he with a 'heavy responsibility. notonly boxes for the postman as payment for each outgoing,let.,
NOMINIMUM received from Maurice L records the local news,social ter. The barter system worked beautifully for several
Lewis, indicted on gambling events and political happenings of years, until the district was ;assigned to a postman whose
charges in Memphis, Tenn. his community, but he should discuss family couldn't tolerate eggs. Now, only the name remains.
r Conerly said the checks were national and international is. .

payments made for to loans Lewis.ha had sues which have a direct bearing on The organization, Women in Construction of 'Tampa"has
r the lives and livelihood of his named Mrs. Angelica Montes de Oca "Mrs. 'WIC"- of.

-- readers. This is often a discouraging the year, an honor bestowed on the club member who,
and unappreciated job but if yearly accumulates the greatest number of points in a system -
his paper is worth reading he has based on recognition for club activities Members i
T.A.MI. to accept the burden. lie is In the this branch of the national organization are attending the' i
GIL Pave position of a teacher.. How well ,
national convention in Sept. 19, 20' and 21. }
,
: : f.'lW'.VINT TAM" AiBFoar; Honb,- 9PaKMMTV each, translates ideas to his au Atlanta

412 TAMPA ST. Ik diencedetermines his standing In Vaugh Monrie, still .'RadngVlth the Moon," Is presenting U

The- Ethel Johnson" his, profession. a real nostalgic show at Port-O-Call,geared to'tho
Trio It is I certainly true that the taste of those 'who like to 'look back' and remember. He

Downtown.VISIT With RAY LUCAS smaller paper must place emphasison comes through real well with the more recent "Moon
Appearing Nightly local happenings. But it Is unfortunate River," too, but for my I part he could forget singing and
THE Except Sunday: for a .community tf an blow a trombone forever He's a real master on the horn.
editor feels obliged to move en. .

WebBarCocktail I rnrma nOs......0..a Tall.rw.TIll e+enwiOMIM a..ar.Ta ... ...... tirely In that direction. Suncoasters have the privilege of viewing, from Oct
I rt The home town paper U read 3 through 27, "Hidden Treasures l:19th Century exhibition -
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I i.Mi from the first to the last pale because of the finest 19th century paintings, drawings and .

Lounge I -No.............,.,...... It contains. a review of sculptures in the permanent collection of ,the ,John 'and
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Corner of .. .... 7-ea.u community ,activities found nowhere Mable Ringling Museum of Art, together with 'ft;, select
Tampa and Lafayette else, regardless' of competlContlmied tion of 19th century works loaned by private collectors in '
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 27 1183 LA OACETA PAGE 12
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WE ARE INDEBTED. .

(Continued trom page 8) to take, over the Christmas light
; bogast, and two young married Ing |In the downtown area, on the
couples were In custody Wednesday grounds that the Commission was
!t$:" as Hlaleah poHcs broke up a not In a position to absorb such a
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phony check ring that had preyedon program. .,
Dade merchants for more than -Fernandina :Beach News-Leader

{ (' a year. The amount of checks S.
'.\ passed by the gang In the Hlaleaharea Ed Reen has authored a new organ
.p i.'I r?y% r y '9rF97 is reportedly "so tremendous Instruction book which he Is
> they haven't been figured/ employing In his teaching studio
-Home News, Hialeah here. The book Is unique In thatIt
teaches both adults and childrento

A report that First Florida Utll. play well In a short period and
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., 5 (ties had taken corrective action at the same time gives the student
rlf f i to clear up the condition of thewater a sound musical education.
:. / -VenIce Gondolier
j "I I and also solve a sewageproblem .
W :. In Whispering Lakes area k
;_. of 'Indian River City was Issued Construction of an artificial reef
',t." : Wednesday. In th'gulf Is the sore objective of
the newly-formed Perry Offshore

: L A $2.7 minion expansion of Jess Fishing Club which held Its first
Parrlsh Memorial Hospital has re. meeting last week. Work ,on the

celved. support of the North Bre- project may' get underway this
MY J; vard County Hospital District weekend If final plans are approved -
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r J will be about
hospital and they are now set gineers. The reef six
y3' j rxt to move forward on the proposed miles offshore at a location halfway
/) seven-story addition to the facility, between the Keaton Beach
which Is located along U. 8. 1 In Marina and the mouth of the Stein-
a y North Tltusvllle. hatches River.
I fly -Star Advocate, Titusville -Perry News Herald
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prea by the Merchants' Association PHONE 243.3921


..QUINTUPLETS THRIVI 'ON' FORMULA Andrew at home. Meanwhile,the four girls and a boy con
; TUcher kisses his wife Mary Ann, In Aberdeen tinued to thrive in Isolettes on a milk:: formula.At
8. D. after the mother of quintuplets told newsmen left are three of the babies, Mary Ann (top), Palladium Ballroom
II'I I that she would "rather go into the delivery Mary Magdalene and Mary Catherine (bottom).
room" than face interviewers. Mrt. Fischer said A nurse (right) shown as she reaches Inside an
t. he WM also lonesome for her Ave older children isoletta to give the formula to Mary Magdalene. 205 WEST CASS 'STREET

t, man course here. He Is a 1963 Saturday Night DanceTHE I
I \ Where the boys are I graduate of Henry B. Plant High
School. SKYLINERS 9 P. M. to 3 A. M.
; :LACKLAND AFB, Tex.-A ken BIT URG AB, Germany-Te6h. Airman Edward E. Toska, son
F. Dycbes of 'Tampa Fla., has nlcal Sergeant Onrllle J. Rooney of of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony T. Tos- Plus "Twist" Show
wen commissioned a second lieutenant Tampa, Fla. has been ,named the kas of nOD McBerry St., to at- ADMISSION $1.50 B.Y.O.B. :PH. 229.9569
la the United States Air Outstanding Maintenance Man of tend refrigeration specialist courseat

;;,, Tore, upon graduation from Off the month in the' 36th! Consolidated Chanute AFB 111. He is a 1963 -- -
., -cpr' Training School here.s Aircraft Maintenance Squadron graduate of Hlllsborougii High !
Lieutenant Inches iras selected mere School. 1jJfr ,
w lor the training course through Sergeant Rooney an Air Force -0- : It
competitive examinations with 0th' (aircraft maintenance supervisor! LACKLAND AFB, Tex. Two '
\\ er college graduates. He to being was selected for the honor in recognition Tampa, Fla... men are being reassigned r )
reassigned to Francis E. Warren of his exemplary: conduct to Kessler AFB, MI..., to I 85 'I'I
.AFB, Wyo., as an air police off and< performance of duty. _He received attend technical training courses II I DECCA IECORDI N6 AITISTLENNY
cer. a trophy letter of appreciation following completion of United I DEE I II I'I
The lieutenant, whose wife ,4s and a three-day pass for bis States Air Force basic military TNt
I ;the former Carol McRwen of 4801 achlerement. training here.Airman I EMBASSY BOYS
re r y ur tflnlnt end danclni DIM* ,
N., "A" St., Tampa, received his The sergeant is the son of Ma. Phil R. Channell, whose
.A. D.: degree .from the Universityof jor and Mrs. J. 'L. Rooney of 3621 father Is Woodrow W. Channell i- I
Qeorgla A member of Sigma Nu Cleveland St., Tampa and is a of 9729 N. Armenia, will attenda q
Sigma fraternity, he is the eon of graduate of Plant High School In course for communications operations .
Mr and Mrs. Dunbar II. Dycbes, Tampa. He attended the University specialists. Airman Chan NEW MANAGEMENT
Sr. of 1836 Hampton Avenue Au. of Tampa prior to entering the nell is a 1968 graduate of Ii111sborough -
jcuata,' Qa.SHEPPARD. Air Force in September 1948. High School and a former NEW POLICY
-o- Sergeant Rooney's wife, Anne. .is student at the University'of. Tam.
AFD, Tex.-WAF the daughter of C. E. Oilman of pa. His mother Mrs. Bernice M. The Palms Steak HouseFormerly

.Airman Third Claw Sandra B. Far. 21 Jacobs Lane Newport News, Hart, resides at 3620 26th Are. ( Jake Walker's. Chlcken'N Chips)

rell of Tampa,. Fla,, U being reassigned Va. Airman Joseph F. Sigmund, son NOW OWNED BY JOE AND HELEN BEDAMI
to McChord :AFD Wash., -- of Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Sig
,1032 E. Avenue
following her graduation from; the Lackland AFB., Tex.-Two Tam mund of 5906( Olio Ave, will be Hillsborough
United Statee Air Force technl. pa, Fla., men are being reassign trained SPECIALIZING IN STEAKS' and
,sal training course for accounting etf to new bases to attend technical
SPANISH and ITALIAN DISHESNEW
.vpeclallsts.- training courses following IN INTEREST' OF...
Airman Farrell learned general completion of United States, Air (Continued from page '11) PHONE 238-2121
accounting practices for Air Force Force basic military training here. tlon from radios, television and
I activities including, appropriation, They are Airman Norman D. big city papers. With this background
material and commercial services, Batchelder Jr., son of Mr. and and the respect accordedIts f -
i f. rind mchanli0d' Accounting syeterns. Mrs' Norman D. Batchelder Sr. of comment the small town paper, : I AFTER CHURCH
7402 Manchester Lane, and Airman in the interest of good citizenship '!
t. The airman, Who is the daughter 'Paul U. McDuffee II, son of Mr. and the dignity of the 'press must ; FAMILY DINNER SPECIALS
of Mr and Mrs. James B. Farrell and Mrs., Paul O. McDuffee of 4810 express: > opinions, whatever they i .. Served 11:45 A.M. to 4 P.M.
i 2615 W. Mohawk Ave, Tampa, Beach way. may be, on international affairs l 'CROWN $045. ROAST VERMONT ;....115
graduated from 'Chamberlain High Airman BatcheUer will attend a that can affect directly every I FILET MIGNON .... TURKEY.. 1 .. ..... 1

.School. course for electricians at Chanute citizen down to his Job or business, ITALIAN VEAL CUTLET 160. SAFFRON BAKED CHICKEN RICE. ... 'It5 i
-0- AFB, in. He is a 1963 graduate of the property he owns and the taxes e BAKID VIHO.INIA HAM SHI I
Brews ter Vocational High School. he Champagne Nun .....'.,... IT I
1 TACH1KAWA AD., Japan-Lieutenant pays. CII!'" K T VM.UklM. UIM.. salads' from asp
Airman McDuffee will attend a Local editors and school teachers I salad Wrist end Y.veraeM i iI.
Colonel of
Russell L. Bush
Tampa, Fla., has been decorated course for communications operations are largely responsible for the n.1IMPERI:' HOUSE :
I specialists: --it .Keesler AFB, thinking-that will protect,the Unit
with the United States Air Force I. 4732 N. Dare Ph..877.4627, 87M644 I
Commendation Medal here. Miss. He ,is a 1963 graduate of ed States from domestic and' foreign .

Colonel Bush warn awarded the JesuitHigh, SchoolLACKLAND Influences that would destroythe
,,: :medal for. his outstanding per- -- -i freedom we enjoy. I

J tormance of duty while serving as AFB Tex. Three,
; 'project officer for the requirements Tampa,* Fla. 'men hare been se. I
;. and development division at Headquarters lected to attend technical training :;WHITE HOUSE!:: l Always The Proper

Military Air Transport \bourses following completion of : 'RESTAURANT :
F' I ;'ServiceScott AFB. Ill. He now their United States Air Force basic Atmosphere at
.
,r?' I :*3 :.JMvlgned to the 1503rd Air military training here. THE HOUSE OF GOOD FOOD;: e
; Transport Wing here as chief of The men, the courses they will a Franklin at Henderson :
;maintenance. attend and ,duty stations are: . .. THE BONFIRE
The colonel wto attended North Airman Charles B. Bridges Jr.' .
men Illinois University De Kalb is son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles B.
the.eon of Mrs. Charles T,,Bush of Bridges.. of' 3130 Laurel to attend Call ,Alpaugh's ForPlumbing i COCKTAIL LOUNGE

3708 Pal Are., Tampa supply ,specialist course, at
f.He is married to the former Jane Amarlllo AFB Tex.: He is a 1960 Service 3447 GRAND CENTRAL AVE.
O. Allln of 2(09 Cleveland HeightsBlvd. graduate of Jefferson High School. Y--U.1381!
i ., Lakeland. Flan Airman- Harry 'Mendez. ion, o! NIGHT--I3Sil3-1 I ,DIAL $ -
i 'I tEd.,, 'Notei Colonel Bush listed Harry Mendea of 612 N. 'Wood.. r- 5'J
lather deceased.) lynne Ave.,, to attend air ,police, .
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De Weeki Wachee Exhibicion De ModasEn Aumentaron La AS WE HEARD IT


Los FloridanosTodos Maas Bros. Ganancia& De La,, (Continued from page 10))
log resMentes de FJorlda) In that time
period of molded thousand
El Club de 'Mujeres de Negoctos 7Profealonales "" some unorganized
son inritadoa a eer hub pedee del Winn-Dixie
patrocina ,tina exhlbtc6n supporters into an efficient and well-trained political army.

nuero Weekl Wathee Mermaid duo : de mode para mcchachas NEW YORK Sept. J5.-Las'+boo; He proved to be a triple threat politico. He rates topsas
rante todo ell 1 me de norlembre
de carrera que se efectuara el lu. degas 7 carnlceriaa Wlnn-Dlzte an organizer, splendid as a convincing speaker and

para rer un dlferente' espectaculo Des, aeptlemb: SO, empecando a establecieron una nuera marca de proved that he is as willing to work as he is to lead. :Mc-
el
bajo Follies"agua titulado "Underwater las 7:30 P. M. en el Salon Neptu.no Yentas en el afio fiscal que tlnallr Mullen is easy to Nice and the "little people" found him

de la tienda Maaa Bros. rare el 29 de junto. warm and understanding. There is no doubt that Nick

Los realdentes do Florida lie Preside la orl'&nis&<::16n la Sra. Las Tentas Betas aumentaron a Nuccio struck pay-dirt when he acquired the services of
tdentlficar&n
con la llcencla del Tom McMullen.
I Tony C. Ferilta, del 2307 calla 35, J8J1.S22.800 en el afio comparadascor .
automorillata o similar Identltlcaclon Mr. McMullen's
7 ea copresMente la Sra. W.E. Qer. |772 248,082 en el afro que splendid performance on WTVT theBund'ay
serin admlttdos
y para per before the second in the
rell. termini en Junlo de 19(2. primary specially promoted -
el extraordinaiio espeotaculo, pa. political telecast titled "The Black Box" the
Tlene a su cargo el programs la Las ganfencias' netas subleron a was
gando una pequefia cantidad
por Sra. Charles Leonetti. La .acme of his career as Nuccio's campaign' manager.
parts $13,279.250 0 1150 por aoclAn,
el
aerrlclo. Con el fin de alentar (Continued on 14)
de >hi' muslca esta la pace
a tantais persona como eea poel- diriglda por deeds $17,483,017 0 $138 por acci6n. -

ble para ret "Underwater Follies" Sra. Helen Skelton 7 la de los Atacada Por Los ,Haitianos Una Guerrilla I

durante la semana el cobro del ftotietas per las Sr... Lucy Ferguson Lo neto en 1963 ercluye credl! I

erricio hara de lunes Tier 7 Paul Ecenla. too de $486,948 0 3 centavos per En Territorio Dominicano
se a --- -- --- --

goes 7 sera menos en el fin de se- Mis de 60 regale serin sortea- acciln, derlradoa' de ajustes pox SANTO DOMINGO Rep. born! :los prlmeros momentos formulara.Antes .

de la Dar Gracias dos 7 se terriran refrescos. e1 Internal Revenue Berrlce-.dice nicana 4. die haber .
mans fiesta de : a : Sept Despues de qwe se blel... una Inrestlgacion

Dice. Director de laa modas, Sra. Mary el informe. acusado de agresidn al gobierno de : .a fotfdo, la radio de

Este afro eera el cuarto mea de Holzberger. Serin las modelos, La compafiia opera eetablecU Haiti, el gobierno del Presldente Santo Domingo le pid6! aloe, recinos -

aprecio para todo Florida por par. Joyce Drier, Barbara McCarthy, mlentoe baJo los nombres. de Winn- Juan Bosch rectified 7 dUo que del palaclo presidencial de

te do Week Wachee 7 en pruebade Mary Johnson Mary Jim Strlb. Dixie Kwlck Chek 7 11111. Ade- fuersas armadas baltianas dispa.. Haiti, en Port Au Prince, que eeretiraten

agradecimtento por la coope. Sing, Sally Steven 7 Binge Wood. mis de TlTeres, carne 7 productos raron hacla e1< territorio' domlnt- lugares eegiuros' dan'do'

rac6n de lot florldano La publlddad' se ha contlado a agrkolas maneja tamblen ferre- nlcano perslguiendo a una guerrilla tree boras de tlempo para quo lohioieran

William Wlrthlln.Donatlro torts cosmetlco 7 drogas paten. 7 que los prowectlles oayeron en porque' la ariaclda doml.

The de 100. tadas. Poaee tanVblen' ocho alma Dajabon.La !Qicana tba contestar la **agres6n" >
El dlnero que producca seri desilnatio oen (s de pagne 7 llereee la mer-
guerrilla]] estaba mandada por bombardeando el palaclo.IIlio .
Cassell ClinicNOW a fta estacldn telerisora edu- caacia( bajo .1 nombre de Economy
el ex General Leon Oantave: que la amanata e} 'Oral. Vinas
catlra WEDU, el Club d.e Mucha- Wholesale, alone de, '
LOCATED' WITH con e- fu< arrestado por' Has autoridadeamilltares Roman.

Dr. W. S. Banks chow de Tampa 7 la Bscuela Industrial llos en Florida 7 uno en Georgia. domlnicana e Interroga. Un combat se Ubr6 cores de la
para Muchachas ...Ituadaen
Eato represents un poco mis de
do. frontera entrelas 5:00: 7 1 is 10100A.

CHIROPRACTOR Ocala. 1.15'POl' clento en las Tentas. Despues- de qua tot proyectlles M. .
210 W. PLATT ST.
de los haitlanoc cayeron en Daja I Cantare orden4 la retlrada por.:
PI[. 251.1616
Ben Bella Nombro A Asalto y Robo En ban se orden6 la eracuaclon de que a sue tropas se le aoabarontos

Un Restaurant los 6,000 habitant, se pM16 tins proyectlles tie morteros 7 a-

Ahorra Ud. Dinero Loa 15 Ministros De reunion extraordinaria de la OKA metralladorafl.Bl .

Su GabineteARGEL Doe jorenes negros armados Be 7 lademas se sxusA a Haiti de Magresidn regimen de Duraller acusa A

ADAMSen preeentaron el domingo pasado per en las Naclones Unidas loa dominlcanos de haber bombar-
Argella, Sept. 24 El
la nocbe en el restaurant Cohalla Creese que el gobierno domini. deado el puesto de rlgllancla de taiguarnlclon
Primer Mlnlstro, Ben (Dells did a
iNoaotros tenemos lo que uetedneeeslta Granada situado en la Aranlda cano modlficari los cargos que en de Ounamtnthe.
conocer los nombres de sus 15 mlnlstros .
I. ; para su autom6vll a Nebraska estjulna a la Sezta Arentda -
la semana pasada.
Ipreclos que represenun econo- 7 amenacando al duefio, Jos -
Es rlcepresidente prlmero del
| mia, por medicos. Le paga ve- s Cohalla, de 72 afros, le ezigieron Defunciones8R. Procesados Dos
J consejo, el 1 Coronel Hauarl Bourne
nlr a varnos y ahorrar. el dlnero que habia en la caja 7se 'Obreros De La
dtenne, 7 Tlcepresldente segundo, lo lleraron. JOSE ROCHA de 65 afiosyeclno ,

ADAMSUsed Mohammedl Said. Cuando iban a marcbarse se a- del 201 calle 11; fallecl6el Empresa TelefonicaUn

Ben Bella nombr6 tercer Tlcepresidente Jueres tfe la semana pasada en
poderaron de rarias botellas de
, Auto Parts sin antes consultarlo, a ginebra.' : un hospital local 7 eu sntierro se gran undo federal recomen-

I ; EII.. la Carretera 301, 2/2 mlllaa 'Rabah Bltad, pero este no aceptd.Abdelazzls efectu& el .aibado partlendo el d6 la semana pasada el procesamlento -
de dos obreros de la Gen.
al sur. de la Carretera '60 Boutefllka fu< nom cortejo' funebra de la capiMa de
. Atraco En Una sral Telephone Albert Clinton
Tel fono''6264004immmmmmmmrmfmrn brado mlnlstro de negoolos extran- Lord 7 Fernanda, las 4:00 de
Ash, de 85 afros, reclnos de XJutf, 7
\ Jeros. Bodega De La ,
la tarde, para al nt.T1o'Wood*
I William R. Carter de 23 afros. del
v Mlnlstrode eeonomia naclonal: Li'l General lawn.. Nacld en esta ludad 7 era
9920 N. Orleans,*twjo la acusac6n!
i abarca. comercio financia
quo in- mtembro del Circulo Oubano, Or
de en el perlodo da la ,hualga
dnstria 7 planeamlento, Bechir Oerca de las 10:00 de la noche den Caballero de la Lus j La Fro cue
contra eta empress, interrumple.
Boumaza. del'! domingo pasado un negro ar- ternldad. Deja a mi e.poft, Sra.

'v'fF4so Cherlf Belkacem, mlnlstro de ftducac6n mado ezigl6 el dlnero en la bodega Dolores Rocha; un bijo, Rent Itoeba ( ron las comunlcaclonesTamblen
dlspuso el alto
( Informaci6n, Jurentudes Ll'l! General Store, Arenld 'Nebraska en el EJ4roito de 'Jos ,BstadosUnldos : cuerpoinTestlgador
N 'j cites procesamlentos
7 deportes. esquina a la Aranida' 2(, 7la ; Use hermanas SI'&II.Car.\ :
Eugene Franklin Mathews 29 .
Minis tro de asuntos sociales, que fu< entregado. men Rodriguez( Bsperanza Fidal sfios

Induye:' ealubridad, trabajo 7 re- Segun el encargado del ettable. go 7 Leonor Rodriguss, y siis nle- de iBradenton pox barer una
falsa declaracion al. solicitor
teranos Mohammed Nekk&<:he. clmlento el bandido es de mediana dos Cargvron el sarcdfaeo los se. un

Interior o gobernacI6n, Ahmed eetatura, delgado 7 Herabapueita flares Mario Fuentes Celestino Fl- emp1eo en la administration: de co.

Medegheri; justicia, Mohammed el en la cabesa una bolna de dalgo, Genaro Rodriguez( Rene Ro- rreos de Ma eluded
.a Emma Mae 60 silos de
Haidi, Had Smaln; arricultura, A. tlpo trances cha, ned Fnentes 7 Oscar Cues- Henry ,
,
Seftner Arthur '
Chester Tompson
U Mahfeae; reconstruocl6n, trans- ta Jr.. Bscolta de honor: Bros.
57 afros Jack Arthur
portes 7 obru publioas Ahmed RATIFICA., Oscar Cuesta, ST., Joel Rodriguez, y Thompson
29 'silos, da Thonotoaama fa.
Boumendjel; asnntos Islimlcos, (Vlene da la primers) Vicente Oampo, Jr., 7'SergloFuen., bricacldn por
de "moonshine.
Tewflk el Madanl; mlnlstro'de es-, Russell P. Long de Luisiana;: John tee.
tado- Amar Ouzegane.El 1. McOlellan ds Arkansas;' A. Peter S. Conte, 40 afros 1302

gobierno frances ha protesUu de Virginia Richard Arch, y Samuel Conte, 44 afios,
Willis Robertson ; LOS DODGERS ,JUGARAN
316 N. ,Bradford reclblr
do por la naclonalizacl6n de los B. Russell de Georgia; John LA EERIE MONDIAL pox obis

periodlcos, propiedad de franceses Stennls, de Mississippi; Herman CON LOS YANKEES, tOIl rdbados de embanjues lnteretatales. '

Many many thanks que se publican en Argel, Oran 7 E. Talmadge de Georgia, 7 Strom NUEVA York, Sept. 15 Lot .
Constantine. Booker T. Long,'39 altos, de Win
Thurmond; de Carolina del Sur. Dodgers de Los Angeles ganaron
for the wonderful ter Hare, por render wintry sin 1 loo
Todos son del Sur con excepci6n el campeonato: de 1* Liga Naclonal

vote gave me!' PEPPER... de Lansche 7 juffarin la serie mundlal con los sellos qua demands la lay,
you
Milton Robinson S3
Robert silos,
(Vlene de la primer) Republican quo TOtaron contrael Yankees, rencedores en la Lila

"Ha llegado a *u limits nuestra tratado: Wallace F. Bennett, de Americana. de Bradenton, robo al correo.
James John Plematis, (0 silos,
,pueblo (el de Miami 7 sus cer- Utah; Carl T. CnrUe'de Nebraska; Los bllletes de entrstia' 7a han

canto) en cuanto a'da.r ullo a los Barry Qoldwater, de, ArUona. Len side puetto a' la vents per los dos de Columbus, Ohio rlajes Interestatales .

A. T. RollinsCITY refnglaidos" 'D. Jordan, de Idaho; Edwin L.IMechen dnbes.: hibida para promorer el Juego pro.

'Si mis ran a renlr, deben ha. New Mizico! ; Margaret La mayoria de los experto opl

COUNCILMAN terse arreglos para, Itorarlos a Chase Smith, de Maine; Mil ward nan'quo las; probabllidadss de via James Monroe Davis, 45 aloe,
del 4116 calle 33, nadir el
>de los':, Batata L. Simpson de Wyoming, John page
otros pnertos 7 partes 7 torts de los Yankees lIOn mayores
District 1 del impuasto federal cobra el wi.
.'_. ,,_ .. .oJ Unldos. Q. Tower de Tazac. quo las de los Dodgers.
lE'T.
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de' Bomba En Saigon (Vlene de la primers)
De aprecio la expresion
todo corazon "
SAIGON,Vietnam del Stir Sept: Los nueTOs,mtembros,de la'Junta -

I simpatia del Pueblo Tampa, reeligin- 24. Ea an teatro excluslro,para'los Municipal BZactoral son lew se.

Sores Harry f, Orr, recib(6(
amerlcanos que rlren an Saig6n, ,quo
dome Coiicejal el pasado Martes..
exploit_ una bombs euanda mis de 22,625 votes contra 22,572 Darwin
S. Klckllghier; James A. Jim)
200 espectadores estaban riendo,la (
.11 Seguir4>laborando como lo'he hecho has- pelfcvla "Lady and The Tramp," nfestey, 23,793 votes contra. 13,-

'" pensando el de Walt 'Disney.Niniuno 171 Tony Cardinals;'' George W.
'
ta el prctente en progreso y
de los americans .,ln.chiyendo Crites, Jr., 27.150 TOtos contra 17,
'
bienestar de esta ciudad que todos que- ,nifios, saJ16 .leslonado.. 10 Red Baxarta; Ernie Atkins,

28.601 votes contra 21.270 Jerdnlmo -
La explosion destrvyl tr. pequeftas -
i1 remos. eMU sitnadas al fondo del Sierra Jr.; Joe '''E. 'Manning,

: *, teatro, resultando,, leslonada una 3.722'Yoto contra 19.829 Fre4

muJ r. Valentl.Centenaree.
de rlsltaronal !
persona

Sam. MirabellaCONCEJAL CUBA., DICE,..,, modesto hogar del Alcalde eleoo -

s (VI ne,de U plffint 7) coagratulaadoie, el mattes 'per
la noche.
mss Hllitar de West Point
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(Continued from page 13)) be seen in ruins, burned to the groundand mined to do all in his power to bring while.- All other city attorneys
It was a campaign of fish fries, destroyed, as the voters came out about the defeat of the Tribune- be replaced immediately.Long .
spaghetti ,dinners, hot dog and pop and cast their decision. They had Lane combine.We time mayor's secretary A I
outings and Nick Nuccio, the warm shouted and demanded-"return the have always considered Mr. Williams is slated to get the gat
and personable professional politi government of the City of Tampa to Lane a gentleman and our attackson Mayor's office receptionist Phyl'
cian, ,met individually thousands of the "little people." his administration have been, not Us Johnson will probably be tra--
voters and non-voters. * so much on his personal participation ferred to another office.
They liked Nuccio and not know- Here is a review of our predictionsmade but more on the attitude adopted Neither Captain Walter Heinrinor
ing the "cold figure" that sat in in last week's column: by the dailies: in their biased and Inspector J. P. Mullins are slat
City Hall branded him fsilk .stock We forecast a 4,000 vote increaseover favorable reporting the activi- to be appointed Chief of Police. .
ing." the first primary stating that ties of the Lane administration. AI Betancourt will probably retu
They talked with Nuccio and he '68,000 would go to vote. It turned Nearly weekly we compared the to the City Electrical Dept.
sincerely told them he wanted to out to be 71,065. Tribune Company's new coverage of West Tampa general contracto
help and they,believed him. I We pointed out that the experts the two administrations. Always Peter Hevia stands an excellent
The "little people" looked towards had 'picked Nick Nuccio as the win- pointing out how unfair: they were chance to be named chief of th"! '4
I city hall and the "cold man" on ,the ner by some 1800 votes. We addedour td Nuccio and how they avoided cri- building: inspector's office, if h
third floor never came to talk with personal observations that his ticizing Mayor Lane. wants it.
; them lead over Lane would mount to nearly During the last four years we were Joe Boromel, another West Tampa
I The first primary came and went 4,000 votes. It turned out to be able to report and uncover many un- contractor, may also go into th
i and when the smoke cleared the ''the 1700 mark. published unpleasantries of Mr. building inspector's office.In .
lead man was the warm and person- City Council, District 1 Lane's cronies, administration, etc. time we believe that most o:
able Nick Nuccio. It was then that We picked A. T. Rollins win, but It is with great pride that we point the present department heads will b
the unpopular young man in City thought that the race would be closer out that practically every issue replaced.,
Hall came to life. He became warm than it turned out to be. Rollins ,won brought out in the recent campaign . .
and attentive, but the "little people"had by nearly 10,000 votes. both in the first primary by Black- Probably the, biggest disappointment -]
already found their friend and City Council, District 2 burn, Burnett and Fair and then in to ,the Lane forces was the
when the second primary rolled We wrote: "Unless incumbent Sam the second primary by Nuccio had light voting and, poor showing they
around Tuesday, September 24th, the Mirabella talks about the real issuesin appeared in this column at one timeor made ,in the Negro precincts where
"little people" went back to the precincts his race, we see a victory for Trib- another prior to the campaign.We they had been *expecting' nearly *a
'1 and voted for their friend, une Co candidate Manuel Corral. An- are' proud that the whole phi- solid bloc vote.Precinct .
,Nick Nuccio. ti-Tribune votes will help Mirabellain losophy of the aggressive campaign 1, which has 1731 regis-
I The date of September 24, 1963 some areas. It will be very close." launched' against the Lane Adminis- tered 'Negro voters plus 339 whites
will remain a landmark in the political Mirabella won by 1603 votes.Both tration and the Tribune Company' in 'voted only -739. in the first primary.
r, history of Tampa, for on this received over 30,000 votes. Mirabel-, this campaign found birth, in news 822 went ,to the polls in' the second
j. day the most .powerful political ma- la's victory rates as a big upset, items and theories first expoundedby primary: '
chine Tampa has ever, known took a City Council ,District 3 this column. Lane received 526 votes to Nuc-
sound beating., The Tribune Com- We predicted 'that Manuel Fernan- The charge of crony-ism, which clo's 296. -. '
pany, the news syndicate that con- dez would have a safe lead over in- became a major issue in the cam- Precinct 11-A has 1565 registered
trols the political life of Tampa had cumbent Lee Duncan. Fernandez beat paign, has been one of the most persistent Negro voters, 25 whites Only 900
fired a salvo of 19 editorials (a record Duncan (round figures) 37,000' to charges made by this column voted in the first primary and that
) against the impoverished army 23,000. during the four years of the Lane was increased to 939 in the second.
of volunteers that had mustered be- City Council, District 7 administration. Lane carried this precinct: 643 to
hind the Nuccio banner: '. We forecast that political novice We like to think that, through the Nuccio's 296.Precinct .
A well-paid and'df ip (fned army Conrad Johnston would be an easy four-year effort of this humble week- 23;has 989,registered Ne-
of Negro voters commanded by most winner over incumbent Dick Bacon. ly we helped to keep the image of gro voters and 123 whites. Lane
of the leadership of the Negro com- Johnston won by nearly 19,000 votes. Nick Nuccio as Mayor of Tampa before barely carried} this precinct 344 to I
munity was pressed into battle and Election Board, Group 1 the eyes of our readers and that 307; '
". "14 I they too, fought the ragged army of We picked Harry Orr to win over his hundreds: supporters who felt In the 14 precincts where Negro
the "Nuccioites;"' Darwin Kicklighter. We wrote "We the Impact ;personally of the highly voters, are predominantly a major ,
p The barrage of,ecU: torials from the pick Orr to win but this could be ope prejudiced' campaign of 1959 cop- factor, Nuccio edged Lane in the \"
,I clever: pens of James Clendinen and ,of the several upsets anticipated." tinued ,to receive encouragement first primary 4802 votes to.4512. r,
Carl Johnson caused thousands of Orr led Kicklighter by only 296 through the many many months be In the second primary Nuccio ''increased 1:1
casualties but the army of the "little votes. He received 22,987 to his op- tween the campaigns and that their his lead over Lane in these :
people" withstood the assault. ponent's '22,691. hopes for another shot at the Trib same precincts. He received 6559 to
The bugles (frantic attempts by Election Board, Group 2 une Company was kept alive in part Lane's 5601 votes.
f the news syndicate to bring out the We stated that Tony Cardinale had by our campaign. .
vote) of, the Lane forces blared day only an outside chance to'beat James The great victor of Mr. Nuccio and Next week as a public service we
and night from nightfall of September Lenfestey and predicted he would'nt.He the people of Tuesday, September24th are going to reprint on our inside
10th until twilight of the 24th. didn't. It was 29,947 for Lenfes- was very very sweet to this re- pages four editorials from the Times
Special appeals and proclamationswent tey to 18,438 for Cardinale. porter.To and Tribune. The two editorials they
out to the warriors of Interbay, Election Board, Group 3 the Carltons, the Lanes, the wrote this week regarding the results -
Palma Ceia, Hyde Park and Davis Is- We wrote: "Although Rene Bazarte Clendinens, the Johnsons, the Mi- of 'the Mayor races, and the
lands. General Clendinen' and Johnson had a slight lead over George lians, the Garcias, the Logans, the two they wrote four years ago following -
plus their associates of the Crites we think that Crites will win. Barksdales, etc., we say. we know Lane's victory. Boy, is there
Tampa Chamber of Commerce, the He did, by nearly ,11,000 votes.Electi'on your defeat this week must have a''con trast.
Tampa Yacht Club, the Palma Ceia Board, Group 4 been 'very bitter, but if it is of any Here are two short paragraphsfrom
Country Club kept the buglers busy We rated Ernie Atkin the favorite consolation, take it from one who the Tribune's, editorial following
I for more ,than ten c'ays and nights... and picked him to win but thought has taken the bitter pills often= the Lane victory:
: "come out, to vote, come out to vote,' that there was a possibility of an four years is not such a long time "The election of Julian Lane gives
: save Tampa from a return to the upset here. Atkins beat Jerome Sier to'wait' if you stay busy. Tampa, at long last, the leadershipof
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days of old. Please come out to vote." ra"by 5000 votes. a young, able and energetic busi-
The people listened and the people Election Board, Group 5 This column is being written sev- nessman fully capable1 guiding the
I came out Patriots, all.,The forces We predicted that Joe Manning eral hours'prior to a meeting Nick city towards its future. The Immense -
I under the banner of the House of would win despite the fact that his Nuccio will have with several of his turnout of voters showed that
f! Lane, now awaited the advance and opponent, Fred Valenti, had the en- supporters regarding prospective ap- Tampa's people .have a deep,.interest
assault by the peasant army under dorsement of the Tribune Company. pointees. Up to Thursday morning at in 'their city government and a
I the leadership, of Nuccio. Salvo after Mr. Manning won by 10,000 votes. ten o'clock he had not discussed his healthy respect, for their franchise.In .
salvo was thrown by the.editorialists The Tribune lost only to Nick Nuc- thoughts regarding appointees with Tampa, democracy is very much
of the Tampa Times and Tampa ,cio, Sam Mirabella. .and. Joe Manning. anyone. alive."
i Tribune as the "Nuccioites" strug- It is our opinion that he will seri- Here is a paragraph ;from the
gled up the hill, but there was no The great and sensational victoryof ously consider appointing Herman Times following Lane's victory:
panic. Nick Nuccio and the people as opposed Massey as head of the Parks Depart- "The interest shown in this elec-
Shelling by the ,Negro press and by the Tribune ,Company and ment, replacing Frank Neff. tion and its outcome .are indicativeof
other minor publications also did .xnonied interests of this city brought We also hear that Manuel Fernan- the new spirit of Tampa. The ma-
damage, but still the .advance con- much personal satisfaction to the dez, well-known West Tampa wrecker jority of electors' want'a breakfwith
tinued and the Ivory,Tower generalsand personnel of this humble weekly service operator and, long-time NucA "the. cloudy 'past; They'want a fresh ,A
the "lords" from .the House of. newspaper.\ : cio supporter, stands an excellent approach to muhicipial governmentand
Lane heard the people's army singing 5 (La' Gaceta was the only publication chance of being' named Chief: of the the mounting'problems and challenges -
,as they came,up the hill, "If;you to endorse the candidacy of Nuc- Sanitary ,Dept, now. bossed by' A. C. which, face a rapidly growing
want to go down the,drain-vote for cio and lend editorial ;support) "Shorty". Milian. metropolis.- .
Lane and if 'you want Tampa to I _In 1955 we tasted the bitterness If Nuccio names Fernandez the '.
,grow and go-vote for Nick Nuccio.." ot defeat when Nick Nuccio failed citizens of this city can be assured ofa We hear that Fred Barksdale is
The; "Generals"were, in despair, .to' win against the then incumbent superior grade of garbage,and trash making major,, sounds around town
Clendinen and Johnson went into a Curtis Hixon. But victory was sweet collection. He is a tireless worker. protesting the possible firing ,of, his
huddle "My God," said one, "I did (in 1956 when Mr. Nuccio scored an'upset Jack Clark, long time ,assistant 'brother David -Barksdale,' 'who is
-all I could.: I've distorted, twisted, over acting mayor J. L. Young, head of the sanitary department. is presently the head ,of ,the City :Recreation >
omitted and ,added. Between us who as chairman of the City Council probably slated to go. Dept.
we have shot 19 barrages of editorial took over the mayor's office upon Former Fire Chief C. F. Dreves We find this strange since Mr. ,
propaganda and ,these "little he death of :Mayor Hixon. will 'not be reappointed by Nuccio. Barksdale played a major role ,in
people" Mill don't seem to under- In 1959 our candidate.Nick,Nuccio Dreves has a good job as Fire Mar-.Lane's second primary campaign and
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,stand that, they're, beaten." ell after the most savage, and unfair BhaJl.under State Treasurer,Ed Lar-, I too, he is a strong believer' of i the
y' "Yes: ," said the other, "this castle attack ever launched by ,theFribune ,son. f.! .,.. {II' s JackseaUtB> theory y to the victors,i,go ;
xwe built for Lane, will. soon be de Company under the leadership ;Attorneys, Mario Here arid Eve the,aPok' t..lJ" rs:
stroyed." of Virgil Newton;;yhfchleft; ,no: :rett 'Jones are sure bets to be named ,Mr. Barksdale, a strong Lane 'supporter -
.. And thus it came, to be. the stone' unturned in campaign, ;based asaistaat city;attorney&lNesny, Williams I- 'in.1969;'was'ia(:f.vor of
dawn of the 25th'found the '"Nuccio on' racial prejudice and hate: ;,an aaafotant city-Attorney.un allNucdo., : and: -Hixoa. fJ-
ites" had taken the hill. The castle 'Indeecfwaa the defeat/bitter: ? 'So I:derHixea, Nuceto and Laae"Ma" -, .. r ...7.j' :
of Lane and the Ivory Tower could bitter that this writer was deter- good chance to stay, at least for a * *



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