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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: October 18, 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 )
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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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lccn - sn 86002403
issn - 0016-3724
System ID: UF00028296:00354

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+J A51O XL NUMERO 42 VIERNES, 18 DE OCTUBRE DE 1963, TAMPA, FLORIDA RECIO: 10 AVOSArgelia



Jt Concentra 50,000 hombre



T Para Combatir A Marruecos


11 ET ARGEL, Oct. 17. Respondien- La'' Asamblea acord& unanime-
do a la vox ,del Presidente Ahmed mente suspender sus sesiones e irla
Roland Manteiga
Ben Bella, 50,000 hombres se ban la guerra deapuls de que el
concentrado en Unea de batalla rey le confld el mando de las

(.' AS WE HEARD IT contra de Marruecos.las tropas de Hassan II, rey (Pass a. la pAglna J)

Esos hombres, segun el gob;er. Tres 'Exilados'
; Jacksonville Mayor Haydon Burns visited with Mayor
de
no, son voluntarios y veteranos
Nuccio twice in the last two weeks. On his second visit la guerra de independencla que Fucron Fusilado
.
k this week he urged Nuccio to make an immediate public
contra Francia sostuvieron los ar- MIAMI, Octubre 17. Famllla- r 1
r "statement regarding his (Nuccio's) support of Burns as a gelinos.El res de los 19 cubanos que solda- I

..... 'gubernatorial candidate. Presidente, vestido con unl- dos del gobierno de Castro cap-
.at Bourns' estimates that an endorsement today by Mayor forme militar, le pldi6 a todos los :turaron en las Bahamas, anuncia- Jean Cocteau, el !ilustre poeta y
.;. Nuccio would cause a strong tide in his favor throughout mlembros de la Asamblea ,Naclo ron aqul que ties de ellos han escrltor, mur6 en Paris pocan
:: the state because of Nuccio's great and recent political nal que se Incorporen al ejercito, silo fusilados y que tres pastores boras detpufs de habtrle M.
the tremendous odds when he beat the
victory against en puntos de vanguardia.I (Pasa a la pagina 13)) comunlcado el falleclmlento dm
i Tribune Company at the polls. su gran amlga Edith Plat, la
6. Mayor Nuccio declined making a. public statement regarding Avanzaban Sobre Un Detective Para notable artlsta. Tenfa el 74 a
J his intentions In the May elections. He thought it I I ilos' ella 47. ,te
1 would not be wise at this time while in the midst of reorganizing Agredirlo y Disparo En Defensa Propia y "

He is confronted with a number of problems needing El detective George,, Rodriguez, ciudad, salleron a buscarlos y los .
his prompt and undivided attention. Nuccio's adminis- notable por su amabilidad y co- encontraron en un callejdn de la Oponese el gobierno del fresldente -
tration should be hitting on all pistons by November 30th. recciin en el cuerpo de pollcla de calle 19 y la avenlda 11. Kennedy a que 'la "grav.
,', We predict that Mayor Nuccio will let it be public Tampa, iba a ser' agredido el pa- Los dos segulan con las esposas tualla milltar" denibe golkfnos

} knowledge, sometime in December that he is supporting sado ,,lunes por dos j6venes de ra- puestas porque no pudleron en legalmente elegldos pot las

| Burns for ,governor. jp negra cuando, en defensa pro- contrar herramlentas. para romper- pueblos y....
'\: Nuccio believes that.It Burns is elected city governments I pia dlspar6 ocasionindole.la muer- las Al gobierno de la RrptiUka I
,::1. will have an ally in the governor's office who understands tea James Harris, de 16 afios, ve- Brown es acusado de robo a .ma- :)Espanola!: elegido en condda
I their problems. They have been friends' for the ciao del 1315 Patrick Court, 'que no armada y Harris, el quo, pere- llbres y honestos, lien do printer
t, I' last 8 years. estaba esposado a James Brown, rib, de entrar por medlo de la minlstro el Sr., Portela Valla4 -
: If Nuccio continues his present progress towards reorganization de 15 afios, con domidlio en el viblencla en propiedad ajena. res, no qultleron venderlt ,a"- ,
t in, all departments and surrounds himself 1814 AvenJda 12.. Cuando Rodriguez los vi6, sobajd mas para su defense los "...- ;
., with loyal department heads by January 1st he will have Los dos ]jbvenes estaban ya cer del automdvil y entr6 ,n -el, fabulados" gobternos del frrnCTJ.

P. put.together the strongest "vote delivering' machine" ever ca ,de la puerta de la carcel del callej6n ralentraa su compafiero to Neville Chamberlain, del*"it.bll .
formed in Tampa. During the "hey-days" ,of the Hixon condado, conducidos: por el dlpu- Iba ,pot el otro'iado para, Impedir y Uoi-on .Leon Blum, y dtr
.: regime it was estimated that, Mayor Hixon could deliver tado '.del Sheriff .James Parker, 'que se e apa'eD., Franklin, Delano' Roosevelt, eat> i

about 5000 votes for any candidate of his choosing. How cuando oe ecbaron a correr y de- Rodriguez 'los ,vi6 altar Una dado .por .Chamberlain,_ .

ever ,in ,tho .days. the city. "machine", was greased by uparecleron cerca. y colocarse, frente a el. fclarPasa Los que ecbaron del podcr.a 1
.,), ,thousands of dollars poured in by prosperous and active I Avtsados los ..detectives de,':)a ( a la patina Jt). Carlos Prio, en 1Cuba ;.... .
gambl .;.They-! considered important cogs in 'the.Hixonrnraacbine. .. ,.retoa6Cl4 t.Dour;.wplalazlo'a''
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sin dime cuenta""de quo (iiI.1 I ,{nfj pedido, po .telegram! : qae'dtrribaron a'FretdifriI
En 'sea Investlgac t6a' que rea-- que snptaeuuw '>aiera';bu el''pa: Hina' 'mortalidad' 'los al Presidente/Kennedy; quf /' 'co-+ y"a 'Prado'fueroa recoD: iI.s
1 Bile"ma"subcObalts' del ;Senado, ralso JeCe knftdmo; indlaoatl- Hay nlfios extraldos crdd! medlo' de en aozea al, Dr..,Juan Cufaovos da Pir"" 1 ll..lme'" del ''Pre...... ..

ae ,liar rra la f Dacto "nomires>> de ble, de'la' smile vida en Tampa TIA 6peracl6n por nacen i'prematu-esa- rridoapr de ntede; .'Seaado:[ -.,0|: Kennedy. t
: 'Ji dldduos"que 'Yalleclerbn"I hacealgonos'ados. cniaUs' +po eft .'ptbml- ram Dte'1 porque con vfgor Inferior alqideb'iera'n ; mo PreildentejprbVislonal: : ; 1 deJUjRepuWica N'o M"i;ie'.reUro! 'r lBeclentemeat "i'e orsirb"mlcinto
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,'iefis'4e li'Mai"e ''h nPL: 'roD 'a" JW' eleccloAes? cademla 'Amerleans''de PediairlaiLapubllddad Camera< .,, que'Jfuenjn, legilmentj' .-. lade en elecctiiiBep" f., :'
Como los rnombres 'de' log "iQue due -de 'Mafia ''era', lade ,1 'I.f..Ol.elJ.p.!: .J o,i t.-, 'fr"' tiift 6 ..'' .,
Bioertos 'se' nan utllizado,. 'in7Ddo Mr. WtUT de.l GoldwaUr, 'ron;irecretamente 'pn'an,,Peqro e iaitade! Y .. jJ"..u.'L.I.'.'roaYlf
elayer'colad6n; noiotros iEranmifio &" 'agplran-' el repu licano !opuestOja'toda; isobn fcojris,V t38' mlllis daa'bfo'1: a el t'pode"r''y'el''dlirh"del'r: jiJ: J
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'iramos 'a haeer algonaa leo tee a'aeii.'Iosrp OllUt I ',..''seentendian ,raberaameptaldel, Pretl. intngo,1 1 'capital, 'jr escogieron'parafcI biel'6o. f .. 1

oentes pregnntas sobre el la- coo Charles 'y reel- \,dente,Kennedy,sign* eztendien-- h n'te,/ >; 'ifioMlJ al" Mf'rGaunovui En E) (".'J...!.., __''', ,

'KUo y"tl. orfgen del M gangsite- btan ",d oli lax" dneflos d. macho 4e l. lo la Constltucl 'Bo"JS ( '.1' ,.,
rIIIMo"( en TamJM.Charles'.' eta ,.Los ; s que dlspone n ; ;( '" lr'i. 4 ;
'LPerUJ eeG Wall a'leif iKran,*'**aflo os *o 'aiislabanVerio l dlar1o.. dela; nacl6n,,,qae, p.;ire- < .... *'J\J:\ as4 de'I la'tara .w!a ,4
"IfiftaN f l Cuntoi atfes tub Charl ( *' tf'paglna'll' ) de la.. mayorU day Ioa ,America- 'telegrwnai- ,a.y rfai preildeneude. "" "'.tI, "", '.. I

not,simpaUzan con 41 y por, estq la.'Amirlca J1:::' I Yn ''K-.r-na' r"i.'':I.l.. va a '....- .MJ

T A DES iprIVA 'CON 'DIBUJOS, no se plerde, nada. de .lo.qnedice : 'DiurMU i nT'en" e ,,7 tuj1 i lpU"; en'1a' "faar a." "
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I.'C JEFES MAFIA I el eDa4of,d. 4.rkoaa;,ea Uo} aearucetaroa a Casanovas. 2d *. el 'a .. '1
7DE'IOS DE LA ::
,'Us tisltas que. frecnenteaaente veces. ..mWlarfiU 1 ( t lto6o- el:i.aIta4e
'*:E1 'fefe ;"polida 'de esia' tiuh En una "CarSi"''con dib'ujoi ''M bate: ,ligadas, con, sns acpirade- !!! 'Jnan" 4"j"'h'" V., aAiM ; /,
lad, Nell Brown, ecu p.rect6 describe la orginiiici6n''desla Ma- nes presldendales._ ? Violo; La CorutitucionEl i : ::ambneo; .1l. '..t"J1iii
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bl"m'& I' ante 'el subobinit: 'del fia en Tampa cy otrbs lugares'flenorida. } Todoa, los quo deteanos sea -Gobidrnb De' r'Petados': Unjdoa,.. ; -. ;
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el candidate de los republicans I : : ; '" .
SdhIdo "que tiveftlga las acUvidades Todu4 AO, bsaJs do't ,0),. ,'
de la:niala vfda en-cite pats, ''Jefes:'A1ko o Dfecldiie: ,que' >ia- part qne la reelecdon da Kennedy Frondizi des. Jo "genfxaroa" '...- ..:.
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yrsenal6 al 'Sr. Santo Traffieante, n den en 'IN7; 'Santo'' Tr fflc D- se logre con nteno spa BUENOS.AIRE$.Oct ISUna pdklJca v Doinlnlctna y'tom ,
Jr., como' jeCe"Je la Mafia 'en Florida. te,'Sr.,'que'murio' en 19S4; Salra- I, roe, sabemoa ,que el, exeee: de Junta de Jnvestigadte nadonal d.. ',lot de'Honduras. '.'I

tore (Sam) Scifglione (Elder); I pnbliddad canes y mortlfica slpueblo. cidl6'la.stfmana, puada.qua,el H,: Ei.eobti.. bIbi'"'ilrl8iids; 'Ji t >.
Santo, segdh Brown, .suceoUo a :sumo '"J e" 'MlstretU (Elder), ,, .,' ,n limeD de FrondW vlolA la'Constl- muchos 'qne -el PenUf***"'_
'su' padre, Santo 'Traffkante, Sr., y'' Santo 'Trattkan'te Jr., coriocldotamWn'por'tols I No nan p nbllcadGS todairla a tuclon ,y rarlai !leyes cuando, lac6ncediera flere.. entendersc' com,IM
que' falleciera''en"1954, como' Jefe ) : ':Sintos, actual tins hors se/pone los/calcetiaefl exploraclonet petrol.* *res aneser6VOles de.. | "I='
Pw.a '.118'P4ct a' J lie"'afe t ia P ro'1o pub leirla..! p'. '.. .:.'. ./ '
de la'Mafla. ( ) j ,. ras, por medlo de eontrato,' acompaftlas ': .. LA t' .;que'eon fobleraa.'Vlles ..' : ,.\
de los Eftados Unldosluglaterra ,' cspWes de declr'N.'e./
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Dias De .Dilfclb NacionqL i ; Cuba Holanda,. Italia
I I. : Kennedy .* un. loasliiivii'. i
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Por La Mucrte De 1OOO Persona* I perjudlcaron la"economlanaclonal "t 4 Por tiqu6: ( no'j; i'deride a *s-'; "'
.' en 23,782 mindnesde> pe- tuar en rglcamente,' 'negattliMi'a.
HABANA Oct. 'IS..-El gobierno -' Castro dice que sue enemlgoapoiUfcos tea hi'p dido.q I redden:sus. esfuerzos' tins ArgenHnos, cerca 'de' 260 'mi- reconoeer: de mode 1
del Premier Castro. scabs de '' se regocijan' a pour de para salver la maVbr. can- Hones de dolares!": ro ierlaoinci: y.:!. :

dedarar tres diaa 'de duelo naclo- qua mucbos miles de'cubanos per tided possible .de. ,las cos.: 'Argentina( agregan, PaP Itho* 'an.7 aa 1e'itci. '1:..... ,
dieron"" hogares 'Pet'o' los 'Las';radones de comeatlbWoaa fa:detimhdo '1;."
cal porque el ciclon Flora, que aottfdurante sus ; que por'el'petroieo'y elbibajo .., .. '
( cviatrb dias'a las pro.13ndas'de traoajoc de reoonstraecion comer: dtaiminnidu! 'c qae esas';'comp"i4a; i ".*. .'i."'..o se' pn'e aysrieb 4 w''yyl7t.;

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I I Festival Anual De Cristobal Colon y NO FUE DESTRUIDA POR COMPLETO LA GACETA PAGINA 2
I VIERNES, OCTUBRE 18, DE 1963
Eleccion De La "Reina IsabelEl "" LA REPRESA VAJONT.

Festival anual" para enaltecer2a Paul P. Longo labor, sin des- BULLANO, Italia, Oct. .-La se dO a beber al ganado. La Boheme
:'", memoria de Crist6bal Colon, canso para complacer a todos.El represa Vajont, que destruyera la Alessandro Bellunci, de 21 a. Sera Representada

;'i' organizado por The Columbus Association baile, con la despedida de la'Reina aldea Longarone y aldehuelas cer- dos, estaba en una taberna de Fae, En EneroLa
r"'i ( of Tampa, se celebr6 con Isabel," Srta. Stephanie canas, no esti destruida por com- cerca de Longarone, viendo por
gran brillantez el sibado pasado Krewson, y sus damas, y elecci6n pleto. la television un partido de ba San Carlo Opera de Florida,
y el domingo. de una nueva "Reina Isabel", se Se atribuye la cat strofe a un lompie y al sentir el tremendo Inc., presidida y diriglda artist-!
t.. Junto a la estatua de Collin, que cfectuA en el talOn Mona Lisa. desprendimiento de toneladas de ruldo de las aguas, pens que la camente por la Sra. Norma Tina
ee j aha en el Bayshore Boulevard, Tocaron en el baile las orques- piedra y tierra que descend6! del represa se habfa derrumbado. Sa Russo, representari en el Audi-
?r eefectud una ceremonia a las tas de Mandese y Tommy Ferraro. Monte Toe, cayendo en el lago artificial 116 y vid luces extraftas y le gri- torio McKay, el 25 de enero,V la
10:00 r de la mafiana del sAbado, El adios a la "Reina Isabel" del creado por la represa. La t6 a 'los que aUf estaban: Todo el popular Opera La Bohemme, de
prpnuiiciando la invocacidn rell- aflo pasado y sus damas, Srtas. Judy ola de extraordlnaria potencia mundo fuera. La represa se ha Puccini, con estos notables cantan-

glosa el Sr Joseph La Placa, de Ann Spicola, Lillian D'Amico, Heg6 hasta el saliente de 875 pies desplomado. tes, Daniele Barioni, apuesto tenor
,+ St: Petersburg capellAn dt, la Frankie Euse, Antoinette Capon de altura de la represa. Entonces corrieron hacia la mon del Metropolitan, Irma Gonzalez
Gran Logla de Florida de los Hi* ce, Frances Tenuta, Linda Bona- Las agues llevaron la muerte y dada y empezaron a subir. Poco Cesare Bardelli, Arnold Vo-
Jos de Italia, y actuando el Sr. no y 'Lauren' Frazlo, le tub dado ia destrucc6n al valle. despue's con asombrosa velocldallegd < ketaitls, Joyce Cermefio Fernin-
phil, LoCicero de maestro de ce- con frases ecomi&stlcas por el En Longarone solo quedaron en el agua y vie como arrastraba dez Robert McPherson, Robert
," remonlas. maestro de ceremonlas Phil Lo- pie 20 casas. La represa tiene va- las casas. Rule y Larry Team.
.sp', \\: Paul P. Longo, presidente de la Cicero.Le rlas grletas en la parte alta y los Iloras mas .tarde bajaron y vie- DirigirA la orquesta el afama-
.&.'; Asociacldn, le di6 la bienvenlda contest la "Reina Isabel." dmientos ban lido pardalmentedestruidos ron cadaVeres en el fango. do maestro Anton Guadagno. La
a los asistentes y habld en luen- Armando Valdes, el joyero, ley6 en los dos lados cer- Carmela Butet, de 72 afios, sal. direccidn esc nica estarA a cargo
gus castellana el Sr. Jo 4 Cortina, unas bien escritas palabras, "co- canos a las montafias. vd la vida porque estaba de visi de Tito Capobianco, international-
popular consul de Costa Rica, que mo mlnistro de la Reina," en los Uno de los supervivientes es ta en la casa de una hija casada mente conocido.La .
fu4 muy aplaudido. tdlomas Ingles y espafiol. Mario Laveder, secretario de la que vive en la montafta. Perecle- campafia de nuevos miem-
7.
El orador principal, el concejal Bonitos regalos les fueron en- adminlstracio'n municipal de Lon ron su marido, un hijo, la nuera y ,bros comenzarA inmediatamente.
Dick Greco, hizo: un elocuente re- tregados a la Srta. Krewson y sus garone, quien dice sintio el tre- tres nietos. Varios actos sociales se celebra-
,' lato del descubrimlento y la per. Mamas por el presidente Longo. mendo rugido de las aguas. Algu- Afectada su mente por el desas- ran, quedando invitados los miem-.
r fconalldad del Gran Almlrante, Puestos en una urna los nom. nos aldeanos se echaron a la ca- (ire, con una cuchara sacaba tierray 'bros.
lendo aplaudido y congratulado. bres de las candidatas a "Reina lie y trataron de escalar la monta- pedia que se la ayudase a ex Es la decima temporada bajo la
Depositaron coronas de floresal Isabel," la suerte favoreci6 a la fia. Muy pocos lo consiguieron. cavar, creyendo que su familia direccidn de la amable Sra. Russo

pie de la estatua, en repreaenlacldn Srta. Orquidea Liana, que reina- Laveder estaba trabajando en la estaba debajo que merece la cooperacl6n de
: de loglas, sociedades mu- r& hasta octubre de 1964. Prlmera casa consistorial, de noche, y su- Italia est& de luto. El Papa Pa- todos los tampefios y especlalmente -
tualistas y clubes civicos la Sra. dama de honor, Srta. Sandra Spo- bid al techo, siendo salvado por blo VI le mandd un mensaje al! del pueblo "latino."
Grace Genco, Frank P. Settecasl to; segunda dama, Joann Wilt un helic6ptero. Entre las victl- Obispo de Balluno, Giocchino
y Srta. Stephanie Krewson, "Rena !- shire. Damas: Carol Jean Messina mas figura el alcalde Guglielmo Muccion, deplorando la tremenda
Inflacion En
Isabel" del ado 196263. Jeanette Scionti, Gerilynn' M. Celso. Una mujer en cinta fu6 res- desgracla e invocando la paz e- !
Mas de 100 dlstinguldos cluda- Liles 'y Joanna Tenuta. catada por un helic6ptero. Poco tern para los que perecieron. Francia e Italia
danos de ambos sexos presencla- Frank Cannella represent6 el despu did a luz. El Vaticano ha mandado camlo-
ron el acto. Por falta de espaclo papel de Crl.t bal Collin y su ga- Por la radio y otros medios se nee cargados con alimentos, me- PARIS, Oct. 15. La inflacidn
:;" rios vemos obllgados a omltlr BUS Uarda apariencla le conquistd a- ha recomendado que no se beba dicinas, frazadas y abastecimien- estA ocasionando disgustos en Eu-
'$": nombres. plausos. Raymond Gonzalez fud el) el agua del rio Piave y que no, toe de emergencia. ropa. Sdlo dos paises, sin embargo

t Banquete y 'Eleccidn de la Edna monje, y Albert Vazquez, Jefe de estan sufrlendo seriamen-
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En el ldn ",bar'"' do la Unione los indlos. Lacerda Candidato Absuelto De La te sue efectos, aunque hasta la

Wk Italian se celebrd el banquete del : La coronac6n! se verified con A La Presidencia Acusacion De MatarA fecha no se ha fijado su alcance. -

..r Festival y alii comleron macarrones extraordlnaria solemnidad.
;
.;.. fines, bien cocinados y con RIO DE JANEIRO, Brasil, Oct. Su CunadoUn En Holanda las huelgas por salaries

II I salsa de Castellano y polio asa- PEDIDA LA MANO DE LA 17.-La ride politlca entre el Pre jurado de eels ciudadanos probablemente servirAn Para

do "palente" de Frank' Settecasl, SRTA. SUAREZ sidente Joao Goulart y el gober- 'tabsolvid la semana pasada a Ralph subir los preclos.
'presidente de La Unione, cerca de Para el Sr. Leopoldo J. Diaz, nador del estado de Guanabara, Junior Conley de la acusacidn de El gobierno en Alemania no estA

COO personal, Empleados del Columbia hljo de 'los esposos Leopoldo J. Carlos Lacerda, no ha perdldo in- mater a su cufiado con un cuchillo. muerto.seguro de que el problema ha

sirvieron la comida., del 1007 Avenida, 17, ha tensidad. Los doe, refifan'l Conley se de- Hasta Luxemburgo donde
aIdo pedlda la mano de la Srta. 'I acerda, que tiene 49 afios, es fendld, temiendorpor tu vida. en ,
los han aumentado
Elaine Marta S 'rez del 514 Plata un antl- omun1sta militante, lapeioonalidad precios menos

,
:
Aaumip' La :<. ( El abogadd V James W. Parham
+ '" *. mis destacada 'de la que en otros paises, el gobierno
of''lace. ..fc convendd; al jurado de que el a-
Pretidencia ElI se ha dirigido al pueblo pidlendole
Unt Democratic Naclo al
.--La boda cusado defensa
,t> %".A. t'turo,. Illia slay des Sagrapo, 'Corazfiia, el 28 denoVieinlire. fcatfdidato aw,.la presldencia para actud en propia. que ayude a mantener la I nea.
las 'eleccionts de 1*. Los expertos convienen, apre-
BUENOS,.AIRES, Act.;, 16. El clados conJunto la Inflacidn
1' en que
La novia es graduada la U- Mantiene queGoulart es apoya- Baile En El Puesto
Dr. Arturo niia asumid la ,presl representa un .problema en
niversidad'del Sur de Florida y es do por los comunistas y por indl- ;
dencia de la Argentina .1 sabado maestra en la escuela elementalde yfduos Incompetentes ,del partido No. 248; De La Francia, ahora mismo, porque los

pasado y ,declar6 que todos los Sulphur Springs.. Laborista y de las un one.r Legion Americana' precios aumentaron, el aflo pasadoen
contratos con las companies petro- Era del 6 por ciento y en Italia, el 8
Diaz se gradud en la, Unlversi- ,un implacable; enemigo
leras extranjeras deben ser can- Mafiana, sabado, el Puesto West por ciento.
dad de Tampa ejerce el magis- Dr. GetuUo Vargas, que se sulci-
I celados porque se concedleron ilea terio en escuela, de los Jesultas. d6 cuando. era Presidente del Bra- Tampa .Memorial No. 248, de la La inflacidn, en el criterio de
galmente bajo goblerno del !>fe. IlL Legion Americana, celebrarA el los peritos en asuntos econdmicos,

sldente Frondlzi. ,/ Detenidos Castristas' Goulart tiene 46 afios y se ..sienteirreconciliable baffle, :anual de Halloween en su se debe, a la mucha demanda y a
La Industria, petrolera estA a- hacia Lacerda, a edificio de la' calla Jamaica, frenHe la escasez abastecimientos. ., .y se
hora .en las,nuns,de )YaclmlentoaPetroliferos Y ComunistasCARACAS quien considera responsible de la al'Parque. Macfarlane. con .laorquesta extender a otras naciones.i,

;Fi5cales (V. .P.- ,F;.), 'Venezuela Otct. 15. muerte de, Vargas, de Victor Ruiz. En sEis" meses,. la vent; de pro-

propledad del goblerno -Por medio de un.decreto el Pre ,El Presldente dice quo,, Lacer La primera pleza se tocarfi a las ductos holandeses en Italia, su-
Debe el, goblerno, ;,dijo, el, nue- sidente Betancourt':' orden6 la se- da es aliado do los diputados con. 10:30: de, la noche y la ultima alas I bid en, 40 por: ciento,

'yo, ,Presidents? remover .,loii; ',ob*:; mana pasada el conflnamlento: 'detomunlstas eervadores que se" bponen a'la' implahtacidn 2:30: de la madrugada.. '.. ,
ticulos.que se interpcmgan.,..en,\el y castristas.; Dfceseq.teerin \ de las 'reformas socia- Una invitacidn especial ,le ha CARTA, ESCnIPTIVA..,.
camino .de mejores condiclones" so- > ''mandados a las colonlas penal I les'propuestas"por";el''goblerno. lido ,thecha' al alcalde, Nick Nuc- (Vlen de la primer) ,

Wales(y,econ m1cu., es, prisiones que bay en las is- La semana*pasada'la CAmara''do Ioy su eiposa.Premios jefe.No
V'Argehtlna debgjcoflseryer laiemocraciaV Ia. Diputados derrotd un plan del go- ,se, concederin a los > miembros asociados y ayu-
I (s ?..hacer la prpmesa.de El decreto incluye a ibis dipu- blerno para ''modlflcar la Constltucidn mejores disfraces. La ganancia q. dantes: Frank Diecldue, Angelo
cumplirla, Constttucidn,", :tEl tados del .Partido Comunista 'del de 'modo"que se'realice una se, obtenga se invertlrA en cestos Bedami, Agustin Primo Lazzara,
.
mayor inmedlatcr problema, Movimlento Revoluclonario Izquierdlita reforma agraria, pagando con bo- "ICOn viveres para.distribulr en Na- Sam (Toto) Cacciatore Traffican-

agregd, es elremendo.d, .'.I lcH"enel acusados de incltar a la nos 'las tierras que scan 'expropla..> vidad a las:familias necesltadas. te?, ,Giro Bedami, Joe Bedami,
presupuesto.<<: rigclonalt equjya-\ revolucl6n. Otros 16 diputados das. Las mesas pueden reservarse Phillip .Piazza, Nick Scaglione,

lente a una 'CU!"_*. ,pane; ,del_ Jo- eon buscados por la pollcia. !' ''Goulart1' se opohe a una' lucha Olamando I por' los ttl. onos '876-, Henry" Trafficante James); (Jim

tai; Una nueva ola' de violencia co- que I pueda restarle 'el'' apoyo 'del 4587 6 876-92151' ',;> ; my) Costa, ,Longo, Domenlck
Prometid 'eal1Z r grandee\ esfuerzos menz6 hace 10 diet con tlroteos partido I Social iDemocritlco, que \ (Nick). Yard, Angelo (Fano) Le
para .'dtsmlriufr el deficit, es1 de centro llevari DIAS DE DUELO... Scalzo
en las calles. Entonces Betancourt y como candidate Stefano. (Steve) Scaglio-
spedalmerite""p f tnedlo' ".de ,efl- di&'por''anulada la inmunidad partamentariai a la presidencia, en 1965, (Vlene de la prlmera) i ne, Alfonso (Al), Scaglione, Sal-
clente adrolnlstracjdh; de ,las em- 1'expresidente Dr. Juscedlno Ku. chos de los muertos.
y dlspuso, ;el ;arrestode ,
presas propiedad del esUdo< '?: 1 23 presuntos lideres terroris- bltscheck. Por el mar son auxilladas mu- '.Loren-o

tre' ones lssyierrocirrileey'; pldid I tas. Chas poblaciones de la costa nor- y.,Samuel (Sam) Cacciatore.

que el Goblerno ,desempen un I Un guardia perecl al''ser ata- AVANZABAN SOBREL. te que poitierra, estan alsladas Declard,'ademis del jefe Brown,
papal fundamental, en las Indus- cados, los cuarteles que hay cer (Vlene de la prlmera.) por el desplome de puentes, inun- el aargento Jack de La Liana. '

trIas de potencU' ';; :'electrica', J acer ca del Aer6dromo de Maracaibo.En ris train una tabla eh ''la mano .li daciones y derrumbes. Comentarlos de algunos de los

,transpbrtes' J y serviclos, pdbllC Valencia, al oeste de ,Caracas bra y el otro con las manos. ocul-, Banes y Baracoa han quedado senores.mendonados:
(, AtianzaPara una partida de terroristas do- tas biijo las esposas. alsladas y tarpd d, La Habana un Jimmy ,Longo. :, "Eso que, duo
Le did;> ''iyoya'a'la[ mind a tres bficiales en una estacl Les ordend se 'entregasen"empezaron vapor con abastecteientos' para e- Brown,eg un montdn de basura.
el Progreso y,:dijo,ha ilegadoel <5n de pol1da'lesqult6IasarmiS a 'insultarlo.quo A Pe.u.y sac dos ciudades' de la provincia I, Joe Bedami: Eso va a perjudi-

dia 'de "qua los UUnoamerica.nos escriblendo en la pared las I del aviso continuaron ,avanzando de Oriente., carme. mi negocio y ya estoy pa-
seybag: cargo, del. desarrollo 'De las Bahamas llegd un avidn ando : No pedeneze'nlngdn
letras que slgnifican Fuerzas Ar- Y'' se hallaban* muy" cerCa de. 41cuando apuros -
regional., ;;; .' ,desflle madas de la Liberacl6n NacionaL dispard con el r Y lnrdel Ingles con mercancias para 'las fa I "gang"-racket, o alga parecio,5tEstoy -
,
Le omp.ien el (por milias perjudicadas. TambWn lie- [ tratando de vivir con
Oral. ;Juan Carlos ARGEUA., Bervlclo,,que es calif te 38. Baron aeroplanes : '
el ,
,frestaurant"
las caller; trayendoyrtoc'orros jal ;
jefe: del eJercito. ri(Yione! de la primers) La bala pentjjtrdfin el!est malo de la Unidn' "
A Onganiar:general. ?en. de Harris /ii"'ocaslond la muerte. Sovietica y ,Che- i 'Scagllone, Jr.: "No 'pertenesco -
y "
marroquies frente los
trope a Coeslovakla. '
ninguna organizacidn '
: a de
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;
fu' I
N. ,. UIra. Uos qne e 1, Dr. sectored. de Hassi! Belda' y Tind- I Brown<*jre'" 'rlndid y encarce-V El sistema ferroviario en Odeae .!eta !iclase. ,Nell Brown estA loco",
do.
1Ws fFso,-r-. r 'III obra""d joub, al Gral. Drlss Ben 'Aomar EV!''/detective. lleva 17 afios 'debufcos no podrA ser reparado por com- 'Stefano Scaglione:, "No_ s<.de lo
gobiem sfa' tetrowtoWn, de la Se estA combatiendo de nuevo y serviclos la 'policU: pleto antes,, de 6 meses; pero en que se trata.", .
"m111tlkad!." INcese 'quo xOngalepriooq Marruecos utillza, tanques y m Investlga, .
; (,teamrnuicii. In.Dla pianos.El ( U1 Johnson: p rales. 4ravs de rue sombreros s4,de
.: t ;J -. -..':, Poioi Coronel i IHouari Boumedien ,Paratransportar medfeinaa y'vi- 10 que hablan. Es.un: euen1o."..... ,
ben re 'tell .l -.01'7 'I ne manda las tropic;,,argelinas', veres so .estin utilixando, bajo, la Esti de acuerdo' en/ q. ee haga u-

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Domingo, Octubre 20 7:00-El Rebelde, con Nick Premio Nobel

800: -Gospel Singing Caravan. Adams. De La Paz Para w'"
1000: Serie Religiosa, Dr. 7:30-La Gran Aventura. k .

,Crothers. 8:30-Ruta 66.D:30Presentac1ones. El Sabio PaulingOSLO

4N 10:30-'The: Issue: A Play With : de Lee
{ Noruega Octubre 16.
,
Comment Parte III. Marvin. "El Caso Robert -
Al sabio norteamericano Linus
11:00-Camara Tres. Orly."
'1:00-Futbol: Profesional. 10:00-Hora de Hitchcock. Pauling, que conquistara el Pre.
mio Nobel de quimica el also 1954
Pielesrrojas contra "Blood Bargain.
Pittsburg Steelers. 11:30' -Checkmate. "EsperandoPor 'y es un hombre opuesto a que se
la energfa nuclear
utilice
4:30-Hora de Aficionados Jocko." para

5:00)( -Slglo Veinte.5:30Rescate 12:30-Luchas.Sabado. destruir vidas de seres humanos,
: 8. Octubre 25 'se le concedid la semana pasadael
Premio Nobel de la Paz afio
,
8:30-Dloralfa: "Wendell 8:00: A. M.-CapitAn Kangaroo.
Wilkle." 11:00-Aventuras de Bin Tin Tin. 1862.
'fy El Premio Nobel de la Paz, afio
HfYN 7:00-Lassie. 12:30-"El Indio Americano.

lb g 800: -El Sullivan 2:30' -Historia de un Cazador. 1963, sera dividido entre la

9:00-Show: de Judy Garland. 3:15-Futbol. Notre Dame Cruz Roja International y la Liga

10:30-What's My Line? contra Univ. de Stanford. de Sociedades de la Cruz Roja.

11:35-Pelicula. Clark Gable en 6:30 Password. La noticia la recibid' Pauling
VOW TO GO BACK John Cross Sr.
ADVENTURERS
RESCUED "rancho" de 160
en su si-
acres,
leader of an expedition of 15 American adventurers, vows In "Para Complacer a una 7:30-Jackie Gleason.
Creel Mexico, that his croup will go back tome day after ha Sefiora. 8:30-Phil Silvers. tuado cerca de San Simeon en la
was rescued from the wild Barranca de Cobre (Copper Canyon lAmes, Octubre 21 9:00-Los: iDefensores. costa de California.

: ) country. Among those In his party were Janice Cross Programas regulares de lunes a 10:00Gunsmoke.11:35Pelicula.: Comentando el otorgamiento; el
:1 (left) and Mary Ellen O'Reilly (right), who was cited as a
heroine when she plunged into the rampaging Unique Riverto viernes desde las 6:00: A. M. a las : "Milagro en la sabio, calumniado en su pals pot

save supplies after the expedition's boat was swamped. 6:30: incluyendo Mary Ellen,. a las Lluvia," con Jane Wyman, elementos reaccionarios duo quea
A Members of the party, trapped for 11 days, had to work,their 4:30: ; Pulso, noticias entre las 5:30y : Van Johnson y Peggie su juicio "es el reconocimiento
',; way out around river-edge boulders and 79-foot waterfalls. las 630: finalizando Walter Castle.Perecio del trabajo que yo y otros cienti-

VOLVERAN A LA AVENTURA-John Cross, Sr., fete de la Cronkite. ficos hemos estado haclendo para
.' expedition de 15 estadounidenses que tub rescatada en Ba. 9:00: A. M-Pellcula. "The AlEstrellarse educar al pueblo sobre la nece-
rranca de Cobre, Mexico, asegura en los'momento? en que tub Hatchet Man." ......\ isidad de un tratado que le pon--
tomada la foto que volveran a Ia aventura tan pronto como: Su Coche
tengan nuevamente los medlos. En el jmipo se hallan Janice 7:00 P. M.-Pellcula. "El 'J, ga fin a las pruebas nucleares."

Cross (izquierda) y Mary Ellen O'Reilly (derecha), que full Cadillac de Oro S611do." Contra Un Poate Asciende el premio. a 49,465 dd-
citada per herotsmo porque se lanzo a las turbulentas aguas 9:00 .-(Danny Thomas. figs|I'' En la esquina de las avenidas lares. ,
del rio Unique, para salver los sumlnlstros cuando, el bote 1 9:30( -: Andy Griffith. ,J'* Florida y Jeanette se estrello, contra
de la expedition KC hund1 Los aventureros estuvieron per-
dldos 11 dias y tuvienm que andar per zona (lens de pedrega- 10:00-East: Side-West Side, un poste, el pasado viernes, ''Corte Municipal
Its y cascadas. casos dramaticos. un autom6vil manejado por
ll:3p Roaring 20's. "La Flor de Wayne A. Musllek mdsico de Mujer Multada en $500
COMETIDOS 976 ASESINATOS EN CHICAGOCON Pradera." 'profesion, 29 ados, que llevaba de Una mujer nombrada Hazel

SOLO DOS CONDENAS I 12:30-Policia de Carreteras, pasajero a Willie A. Hopkins, 21 Sanford, de 39 afios, vecina del

CHICAGO Oct. 14.-Ante el tud que 'encubre los asesinatos, de lunes 'a viernes. :" nibs, raza negra, vecino del 1616 5003 N, Grady, fud multada en

subcomite1 del Senado que investi-! ","gangsters," el juego prohibldo ablerto Martes, Octubre 22" y medio cello Orange. $500, con la alternativa, de 100

ga Ioa"delitos{ de los' "iindicates y otras formas, de vicio 'y 0:00 A. M.-"Cien' Hombres, y Musllek, vecino, de Limona, re-' Bias de c>rcel, en la Corte Municipal
'
del erlmen" que hay en la ,nacion, corrupcidn de funcionarios publi- una Muchacha.: cibio. lesiones que le produjeronla por hallarse en 'I un quarto,

el superintendente de la policia cos, es la raisma actitud )que nos 7:00': P. M. 5urfside 6. muerte.Al con fines de prostitution, ,siendosu

de Chicago, 0. W. Wilson, decla- priva de legislation efectiva, man- 8: -Hora de Red Skelton. policia R. I. Moore le dijo acompaflante Johnny L. Jackson

nS el pasado viernes que desde tiene en sus puestos a funciona 9:00-Petticoat' Junction. Hopkins que el coche, di6 un vira- 'de 30 afios, negro, con domi-

1919 a la fecha se ban cometido rios corrompidos, y dlficulta el 9:30-Jack Benny con Johnny je y se estrel6 en un poste, con duo en el 1255 calle India.

en esta dudad 976 asesinatos y q. obtener testimonio y apoyo para Carson. velocidad aproximada de 30 mi-! La semana pasada Jackson fuE

colo dos fueron resueltos por la "combatir el crimen t organizado." lO:00-Gal11lMoore: con, Alan, Has, sin que,el l se diera cuenta de! multado por'una falta igual y es

14 policia.' t King y Shanl Wallis la causa que produjera el ,movi- ta vex se:le, {impuso 'una multa de
'
., As, "b blo, ,el Supt. Wilson: CORTE FEDERAL 11:30: -Estaclon de Pouch No. 87. miento inesperado.En $100$ o 50 dice, de circel.

11 !'|}Desdel91d'.se ban cometido, ,876asesinatos En la Corte*'" federal) del Dls- Milrcoles, Octubre' 23 el Hospital General recibiiBsiatencii !
de, tipo '"'ID .tertsta'' \ \ 8:0: .A. 'M.:-"Los Arboles medica i el supervivlen- Vendida LaCocaCola
into adgdirloroa'MciudMonla do /
,en el area de Chicago, con un pro- los Estados Unidos, !la semana pa- .* Grande ", v te, cuya vida,no peligra.. ; De
medio de 23 por afio Solo dos fue 7.00-Show de 'Lucia Ball. Los dafios del coche'y el poste Tampa t
sada, :55 personas.En .
ion aclarados por el arresto y con 7:30-Crdnlca. Peril de Black. se calculan en $800. El vicepresidente de la Coca-
t el grupo flguran estos cu-
dens de los asesinos. En pocas pa- banos: pool, ciudad, inglesa.' Con Musilek son 12 las perso- Cola de Tampa, James W. Warren

:'labras, los verdu, disfrutan' de Jose Quesada, 28 afios, y su es- 8:30-GJyols; cymedla.8:0bveriy nas que ban muerto en accidentesdel anunci6 la semana pasada q.

impunidad sobre una base de 500 posa Perla, vecinos del 2901 cello Hillbillies. transito en jfampa, en lo que la compafifa que tiene la fran-
uno en cuanto 'a probabillda- 0.30: -Show de Dick Van Dyke. ya del afio 1063.Declare ., ,
;kpor 17; Paul Silverio, 25: anos, 1011 y I quiets en, 15 condados, acaba, de
.ides de ser cogldos y condenados. medio Avenlda 15; Alberto Alvarez 11:30: :RiverboaU. "The: Quick- ser vendida a Chapman S. Root,
I,1 Wilson el Capitan James J. Noose.:" ElColnisionado
y
i de Daytona Beach.
45: anon, 1913 East Chelsea;
f Ifbuffey director de la division.lie Jueves, Octubre 24 '
Andres ;.Sanchez, 28 afios, 3621E De El' predo de venta incluye la
Jntellgenda polidaca toatrm; "rfM 9:00: A. M.-"Conquista de
de esta ciudad frsn-
tplanta
:
Fern; y Rosa> Ernestlna Lopez, y las
un 'dis Policia De Detroit
\crimen, presentaron, rsana : eefermera California. quiciss.La .
una reside Ar
que en
:icon[ el tit t "Chicago.Orginlzaclon cadia.Ingieses. 7:00-Maverick, con Jack WASHINGTON, Octubre 15.: ,- fabrica de :Tampa vende s-

Italians Sobre el Area," con : Marie Helen Morris, Kelley.' George C. ,Edwards, Comisionado nualmente unos $3,000,000.
los nombres de 19 jefes y tenientes 800: -Rawhide. '''I t1de te en ,
I Lt Ronald Ernest J. Moorish, Ersilia de Polida de Detroit, nominado
!'|< de la partlda.,Todos esos indl- Morgan Mary Ann Maxwell, MI- aratio" para ser juez de la Corte de i Ape-
hien conoddos! ,.lapolicia t 000: -Perry Mason"El' Caso del FRESCOSSIEMPRE
'viduos son : por l bell LU1.Clark, Kathleen Rockford ladones de los Estados Unidos, (
noaaferes"'sale ice becano pecadente.."
y sari Clark, MoD' Charlotte NutieLtCanidleasw declaro el jueves pasado ante, el !
'cuentemente,. 'en les,\,perUMieastraves ?, : Kenneth Aubrey 1000: -Teatro'' Dick; Pp.nll.UTres cubcomit4 del Senado ,que,investl-!
: "
del paia. Entre ellos'Cigu- Soldados. las actividades de las' pandillas
Veinot, Marion Bennett Veinot, ga
Sam (Mooney) Glancana, que ,1:30: -Cain's Hundred.
ran ,
Violet Eileen, dements, Mary de criminales en todo el pals.
yes el principal l. Tony Ac- Viernes, Octubre 24
jefe y Lynn Muddocks Polly Jifkins, Edwards calcula que los ingre
: cardo, quo se dice ha cedido el 9:00: A. M.-"El Ladron de
Alnslie Donald Ross, Robert Joseph BOS anuales de los pandilleros en
j'primer lugar a Giancana. Grenier, Marion Jay Jack. Detroit Began a $150,000,000.

'u Tambien se present otro diagrams eon, Edgar E. Jackson, Patricia PLEITOS Y DIVORaOS El testimonio de Joseph Valachi Porque Se'
mlembros Antonia Rodriguez contra Manuel
titulo
el no
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con Olive Studd, George Henry Studd, concuerda en sus puntos prind-
lasociados de;la' Organtocion Chicago Malcolm MacDonald>y Annie McDonald ,S. 'Rodriguez;' .*feof 66 ;denundante pales con el de Edwards. Hacen'A: ;

-itallsna, en todo el area,,de Thomas Alexander Gold- W T. FusselUArlle .Los jefes de la Mafia o "c n EnTaattpa'TRAWSMISION; ,
'Chicago," ,eon los nombres de slete Ing. M. 'Cole contra Crm'elo Nostra, segun d Comisionado, se

jefes ,'jr tenlentes, en la parte Italiano: Alberto, Chvet.Ilondurefios Monteleone, d fiof y perjulcios'" ); afcojados I toombran Joseph Zerflli; Peter Li-

superior. : Newton'Hunter, Ir- ,demandafttes; BucWew, vacola, John Pritiola, Angelo Deli

La policia sabe lo que estos ma Borden Hunter, y Albert He- Ramsey y otros. I y William Tucco. La policia opi-
Frances L. Perrone contra
hombres hacen, pero careco de wett Rivert.Panamefios. Tony na que Zerilli es el jefe.Dimitio i
G. Perrone, decreto final de di-
arrestarlos
pruebas para y que : Evelia Pinidn Rodey
los tribunales les juzguen. Los subordinados vorcio.W. .
I Doris Victoria Ehrman. El
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hacen 'el'trabajo sucio Venexolano Niels Hoer Mels- Grady Smith'' contra Gladys
;
H. B. Beaeock.Patricia Premier MacmillanLONDRES
Uenea oportuni-
rara vet
y muy ling Bernstein. ,
''dad deihablar con los jefes. Los Francis: Noreen Frances Wheeler E. Spews tontr'John. ,:'Octubre" 14. Ale-
'tie! "abaJo" reciben el castlgo y T. Spera, divordo;:; 'aboig do de- ,ando su est 'do de calud dimitid

,los ;de," "arriba" qUdan para las Ademis 'alemanei 'y de, otras mandante ,R I Steteberg.! l la' presidencia :del consejo', de ;ministros -
operaciones en gran escala. naclonalidades. Ningun espafiol. Sr y Sri. Victor Fernindei contra 'de Inglaterra, el Uder con-

,;y "Muchos' estos maleantes re- William 6 y Dannie Halbert, servador Harold Macmillan, que

presentan el papel de cludadanos orden de sobreseimiento. tlene 69 afios. AUTOMATICA
Asalto y'Robo En Norma Fojaco contra Manuel G. El jueves pasado fue ,
.1 respetables, viven en costosas ca'aas operado de AUTO SERVICE
4 t.' '/en' los barrios mis elegantes, Un Establecimiento Fojaco, ,decreto final. de divordo. la prostate

a ,'ponen,"a sus' hljos en las ,'raejores"eccuelfts Dos baadMos armados( se *pre- GACETA- REPARAMOS

:" 1'hacen ,doBttivos.i gene- se&taron;el pasado viernes en el Tri-Lin ual Newspaper, RBCONSTRUIMOSFoidch.v..olet.plmo..th

'ros..r para, causas vallosas f Rudy 'a.balt: Liquors, SOi.Soutt 'Pvbfehed,Every Friday:By : : ,

,E I En una declaration redactada Howard, y amenazando de muerte LA GACETA PUBLISHING COMPANY Trai'tsinisidn Atttofitiilot I

,'per el' Vice Superintendente Jo- a Raymond J. Diet, uno de los ROLAND MANTEIQA...;'."," "," ,." ,,KMTOR and PUBLISHER CIERRE T;::; I 15
t eph.F..Morris y lelda por 41, sor duefios," se a dice-q ue"d ben ser elimiaadas las I ", annados; ; t Jo*;,.-..A._..'.,. 'onpistolas ,Entered.: i, M 'IItCOfta 'o1m'matter' '( 1961,"November- Reused. 'tIth ': Entonecidn.def del l Carburador MotorLlmplesa
1t11. at the Poet
'restrlcclones eotorpecen el automatical.., Corriendo
que I Offlc of Tampa. Florida, under the act of March Srd, 1SM.
: =trb+ja.de.M; poJicU.IndlfenMkte... _. i desaparecieron.,.Oeurrio ,el gusto 2018,18th STREET P. 0.. BOX 8.M STU'S ,.
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Una Maldicion Sobre Latinoam rica?
Alberto BAEZA FLORES"Si retofio del gran dirigente del Mo- hacla nuestro Continente que pa-
Por JULIAN GORK1N te, tras una vida de dedication y I no se da curio inmediato a vimiento Revolucionario National rece lento en comprender la hon
'
Como un mes antes de su to- de sacrificios logra construir un los inaplazables reclames popu- de Bolivia; por Victor Maya de la grave: que vlvimos. Yegros nose

ma de posesi6n presidencial, en gran partido popular, democriti- lares, promoviendo los cambios es- Torre, el fundador del APRA; por dej6 aturdlr por la presencia
una comlda que le ofreciamos en co, equilibrado, triunfa en una e- tructurales que permitan mejores Mercedes Fermin y Juan Oropesade en Amsterdam de algunos de los

Paris a Juan Bosch varios escri- leccion llmpla y un golpe militar niveles de existencia y una efectiva Venezuela y el Dr. Claudlo Ca mis altos dirlgentes de Ios go

tores europeos e hispanoamerica- destruye el libre Juego democra- defensa del capital humano, iron por la Republica Dominica- biernos y el pensamlento europeoy
'nos, al hater yo el elogio-jcuinmerecido tico y prepara otra election y el la amenaza totalitaria estarA pen- na. Oropesa y Can-on-embajado- mundial, y explico-con lucidez
de su vida y de su triunfo de un candidato mis a- diente sobre nuestro Continente. res ante la UNESCO de sus res- y autoridad-cual ee el drama y

obra y desearle acierto en su nue- I corde con sus miras. I El ritmo que se imprima a la ac- pectivos gobiernos-representaron la angustla de su pueblo y de o-
va y difidl tarea, exclam6 con una El lider de otro gran partido I don constructiva tiene importancia ados regimens latinoamerica- tros pueblos latinoamericanos y

sonrisa a la vez voluntariosa y esdptica democritico y social, en uno de fundamental para el triunfode nos de la Izqulerda democritica: cual es la esperanza.
: : "Si me dejan. Conoce- los palses clave, esti a punto de la Revolucion Democratica en el de Action Democritica: del Pre- La leccion revolucionaria de-

dor como pocos, durante sus largos termlnar su mandato presidencial, America Latina." Elpidio Yegrosme sidente Betancourt y el del Par mocritica de Izquierda del para

silos de exilio, de la realidad pero en medio de un bregar ago- h..b6! en Paris con el tono se- tido Revolucionario Dominlcano guayo esti apoyada por una vi
latinoamericana y consclente de la tador, entre atentados y ataquespor reno y responsable de las horas del Presldente Bosch. Como miem.. da entregada a la causa de la
(terrible herencia dejada en su la derecha y por la izquier- graves. bro del Comit Ejecutivo Na lo- dignldad humana y al combate

propia patria por los sets lustros da y en un clima de guerra civil. Acababa de llegar del reciente nal del Partido Revolucionario Fe- contra opresores, tiranos y reaccionarios -

trujillistas, dirfase que mis' quea Al militarismo plutocratico ape- octavo Congreso del Soclalismo brerlsta y representante de dicho de derecha y falsa Iz-
la coronation de toda una vida pas desarraigado ha venido a a- International, efectuado del 9 al partido ante las instituciones y quierda. La blografia de Yegros
de integridad y de esfuerzo iba Aadirse la subversi6n permanente 12 de septiembre en Amsterdam. partidos democriticos del exterior pudiera ser considerada como la
la un nuevo y supremo sacrlficio. que, so pretexto de revolucl6n America Latina estuvo represen- aslstl6 a Amsterdam su ex- blografia de las luchas de lo major -
Y as! ha side: no lo ban dejado. social, le pone trabas a la aut&n- tada por Alicia Moreau de Justola Vlcepresidente y Sccretario Ge- de su pueblo.En .

Al tener notlcia del golpe de Es- tica revolucl6n democritica. noble compaftera del ide logo neral Elpidio Yegros.Es primera linea en los corn-
tado militar, exclam a ml vez: Y ahora acaba de romperse el del socialismo en Argentina-. alto en estatura fisica y mo- bates estudlantiles de octubre de

Acaso pesa una maldicion sobre slab6n democritico dominlcano, mlembro del Comit6 National; y ral, Yegros el Ide61ogo y el com- 1931, Joven emigrado, predlca-
Latinoame'rica?" tan dificilmente alcanzado y tan en calidad de delegados fraterna- batiente. Su pensamlento esti a- dor de la reforma universitaria;

Sin necesidad de ahondar en el promisor. Muy grave este ultimo les, por Ramiro Paz Estenssoro, bierto desde la rebeldfa paraguaya "Cruz del Chaco" en la guerre
iglo y media de golpes y contra- hecho de fuerza, pues en medlo de herolca e inutil; sustentador de la
golpes latlnoamericanos, recibidos la explosiva situaci6n antillana. la Revoluci6n Paraguaya encabezadapor

con cierta mofa en la Europa de experiencia de Juan Bosch consti- el Coronel Rafael ,Franco y
las guerras eaiipermanentes, bis- tufa un "test" de valor continental apoyada por los ex-combatientes

kenos la referenda a hechos re- ; orlentados par Yegros; partlclpan
cientes, tanto mas dolorosos cuan- Frente a la irresponsable y san- te en la Conferencla panam r1ea-
to mayores fueron las esperanzas grienta experiencia cubana y a la na de la Paz de 1936 en Buenos

despertadas por la desaparicifin en opresora y odiosa experiencia hal- Aires, Intel donte de Asuncion,
cadena de la casi totalidad de las 'tiana, Era o no posible cons- perlodista en "La IIora"; victims

dictaduras militares. Un Irapor- truir una democracia representa-I a g de la contrarrevolucion, encarce
tante pals del sur logra recuperar tiva y social? Su logro, lido, desterrado; Secretario General -

tras una revoluci6n incruenta, de las reformas de estructuras econ (,\ ':''" del febrerismo revoluciona-
IU precaria ,civilidad y las facciooel micas y sociales, de la crea- rio, combatientc contra la tiranla '
.
y contrafacciones militares cion de ',una s61ida conciencia na- \, de Higlnio Morlnlgo que cont6 con

imponen ,vetos y contravetos y 10 cional como cimlento y' reflejo a el apoyo de Per6n' ; cabeza 'del fe

llevan ,al ,borde del ablsmo eco- la vez de la conciencia democra- ',_ i; brerismo en la Conferencla do
'indmico-financiero. En otro.pals de tics continental, del encauzamlenPasa Partldot Populares de Lima en a-1.

ilustre .pas do un lider clarl,video- ( a la p&tfna 6)) vIr gosto de 1960. Esto es solo parte ,;
s de la flcha de este corabatiente Ahreductlble

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Lopez (right) and Mexican General Cristobal Guzman Car- en el. Congreso de Amsterdam,
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Mexico. About 50,000 people turned out for the welcome. latlno
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PAGINA 6 LA GACETA
LA ASOCIACION DE LOS VIERNES, OCTUBRE 18, DE 1963

I BOTONES BLANCOS

(Continuaci6n) corri6! al lugar donde nabfa caldo AMERICA LATINA....
__ ip3jj1fl (Vlene de la p&glna 6))
El momento de partir lleg6 al 'su marido y se lamb sobre su
constructive de la voluntad y
fin. La orquesta, tocando el Ave cadaver gritando: to
Maria, te puso en marcha lenta- _|Ml hombre! 1 lEads muerto! la esperanza del mAe que victima-

1ci mente, seguida por la larga cohor- 1 jHete ahl lleno de sangre, frio y do pueblo domlnicano, hubiera

te de los fleles, de cuatro en fon- con la cabeza agujereada a causa constituido el valladar insuperable

do, cad uno con una vela encen- de la envldia! 1 jLa envidia ha des.truldo contra las propagandas subversi-

dida. A la puerta del bar de Puz- el hogar de Annibal Ange vas y los espejlsmos catastr6ficos.

zolentl frente a San Rocco Tito land! Malogra todo esto el reciente gol-

: esperaba el paso de la Santa Vir- El Padre Benedetto, recuperado pe militar y, en lugar de cerrarun

gen que llevaban en sus horn de su terror, se apresurd a pronun- periodo ominoso, deja expe-

bros, por medio de unas parihuelas ciar las palabras del sacramentode dito el camino a nuevas y pell-

4..4 Annibal Attillo y algunos la extremauncio'n para el alma grosas aventuras.

mas. de Annibal. Las mujeres se agio- iQue" valor pueden tener los re-

,'uq pia, E'.ti" Cuando se acercaban Tito sac6 meraban y lanzaban gritos que ri-- proches hechos al primer presl-
tranquilamente de un bolsillo el vallzaban en Intensidad con las dente constitucional que conoce

revolver nlquelado. Nadie grit6 ni agudas lamentaciones de Concet la Republica Dominican desde

Mzo ningiSn gesto de oposicI6n; el tina. hace 33 afios, elegido por el 60

\ .'brillo del metal parecia fasdnar- por clento de los sufraglos e 1ns-
Cumplido su deber, Tito, con el
los a todos. talado hace apenas siete meses?
I rostro contrafdo, se alej6 sin ser
F sk Pero, murmurada cast imper- Par monos ante el principal, a la
5H molestado. Algunos, atemorizadospor
r ceptiblemente corrl6 de un extre- demas acomodatl-
vez grave y por
los fuegos artificial, se lan
mo a otro de la candelaria la no- cio: su connivencla con el comu-
zaban bajo las carretlllas y hacia
.icia de que Tito iba a mater a nismo. Si su vida, sus declaraclo-
el interior de los comercios. En
: ) sus compadres. El Padre Bene- medio del ininterrumpido estrepio nes y su polftica toda no bastarana
detto volvid la vista para no mirar lavarle de tal acusacldn, ahest&n
; de las exploslones centenares
( el arma de Tito y apret de cohetes multlcolores describfan
: Annibal y Attillo lanzaban a to castrismo y del j jubllo manifes-
trayectorias jalonadas de chispas,
; las partes miradas desesperadas.Sus Incendiando tado ante su cafda como mentis.
varies techos entre
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pies raspaban el suelo bajo el
IA llos la cdpula de San Rocco. Por Por lo visto no es posible en
peso de la Santa Virgen y el su- nuestro tiempo ser un aut ntlco
encima de los gritos de "I Al ase-
dor perlaba sus rostros con grue-
; sino! t jAl asesino! t jAl criminal! dem6crata y un reformador social
sas gotas. 4 Por que"no sujetaban
;Fuego[ j jDlos se aplade de mis hi- sin exponerse a ese anatema. Sir-
a Tito los palsanos xPodla un
WINS BOUT, FIGHTS COMMUNISM-Florentine Fernandez jos!", se elevaba el sonido de las vi6 de pretexto en Espafia para f:
of Cuba helps hold up a banner in his corner after hombre matar a su compadre an- :.sirenas de ambulancias, de autos desencadenar mas sangrienta de
knocking out Joe de Nucci in the fourth te tantos testlgos iQue"clase de
: round of a boutIn de la policfa de carros de bom- las guerras civiles y aun slrve
Boston. The banner reads "Help Fight Communism, mundo era, entonces, eats Am&- beros. y boy, tras mis de cinco lustros para .
Send Contributions," and gave a New York address. rica TEn
secuestrar la voluntad popular.
DANA PELEA, COMBATA AL COMUNISMO-Florentine
el momento en que Tito le- (Continuara
Fernandez de Cuba ayuda a sostener. una bandera en su esqulna vantd su revolver, la esposa de Despues de los funerales de )
despues de deirotar a Joe Nucci en el cuarto: round de Annibal fueron lucidos
Annibal saliendo de su estupor,se que muy ,
una pelea en Boston. La bandera dice, "Ayude a cotnbatir el
Comunlsmo, envfe Contribuclones" y da Una direcciftn de puso a gritar: Attilio y su familia se marcharona The '

Nueva York. -(Salvate, Anniball! Baltimore donde leg n se su-
I mAil tarde Attilio Cassell ClinicNOW
rcanudd
Annibal y Attilio soltaron la po con

PROGRAMAS DE TELEVISION Santa Virgen y se echaron a co- terquedad su carrera de albaflil. LOCATED WITH

:rrer para refugiarse en la iglesla. No hubo un solo pe6n de alba- Dr. 'W. S. RanksCHIROPRACTOR '

WSUN, CANAL 38 11:20: "The Long Ride." Tito puso una rodllla en tierra, fill que acusara a Tito Lupo ante

Domingo, Octubre 20 Miercoles, Octubre 23 apunt6 serenamente e hizo fue- el tribunal. Mas a pesar de eso,
210 PLAIT
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10:00-Relatos: de la Biblia para 1:30: -"Dos de una Clase." go. La bala no alcanzA su blanco. date no logr6 convencer a aque-
PH. 251-1616
nlftos.10:3oUeraldol. 5:00-"El Zoologico sin Rejasde Los hennanos Angelini se detuvle-: llos americanos Ignorantes y obs-

11 : de la Verdad. Africa.' Ton y se volvieron, y en ese mo tinados de que, aunque efectiva-

11:00-Sagrado Corazon. 6.30: -Frontier Circus mento la segunda bala de Tito mente habfa matado de un dispa-

11:15-Visitando a Sam Levison.: 7:30-Oizie( y Harriet. hlrid a Annibal, Un chorro de ro a Annibal, Angelini, no habla(

!IiIi 11:30( -."El Jap6n de Hoy. 8:00-Show de Patty Duke.I' sangre brot6 de su frente. cometido con cUe un acto reprensible. -

"'. 12:00-'J-lud1": con Joan d:00: -Ben Casey., "The Echo ofa Hizo un ruldo .extrafto con lafiargtnta Su asombro fu* eompleto

Fontaine. Silent Cheer' parte II. y se desplomi en brazos cuandotej' jurtdo n o qulso !enten-

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LA PAGINA' 'ITALIANA.I' VIERNES LA GACETA OCTUBRE 18 PAGINA, DE ItU 1


aareu+ Nr" uwues 0 I e dalla popolare ci viene present-

aUTINSSMEN'aIUNCH 'D SAN MARTINU SI VIVI LU VIN U" to como un santo caritatevole lem-

popolare vuole the nulla le pre pronto a dividere con U povero -
e travolge vecchie usanze molto cotte, mentre nel Siracusa.
fosse un bevltore im- del popolo ancora resta viva e no 4 dl prammatica bere vino ros quel poco che aveva a sempre
: vino mentre In efffet- tuttavia fa parte delle feste tra- so di Modica e mangiare una zup- disposto a donne. Un glorno dlfattt -

Permit que !*. astemlo-A Palermo si dizionali."Pi pa a base di pescl. dice la leggenda, siincontro

I Embellecedoraa d --1 1 "viscotta", nella Si- San Martinu ogni mustu di- A Trapani si manila "u cuscu- con un povero Ignudoe

EVEL 1 'guasteddT o yenta vinu", questo motto si ri- au" cost come a Marsala e Maz- affamato e lul tmpietosito gll
collega alia credenza che San Mar zara the si cuoce col fumo della don6 un pane e metta del suo
BEAUTY I mantello. II glorno seguente in
CONTINO tino fosse un bevitore impenitente ebolllzione dl una zuppa dl pe-
Le Ayuden a I dl S. Martino, malgrado dl vino e questa credenza 4 see 11 tutto accompagnato da ab- contrd Cristo e lo vide vestito con
Su I vita moderna che an- confermata dall'altro detto "Cu bondantl libagloni. quella tale mettA del suo mantel
No es necesarlo I lo e lo sent! dire agll angeli che
si leva di vinu did viva San Mar- A Valguarnera Caropepe si indlcono -
lo clrcondavano
: "Sapplate come
VISION tinu", mentre in effetti questo feste familiar! con balll e
ABIERTO EL i Martino essendo ancora cztecu-
HASTA LAS : santo da leggenda fondatore di la cena finale fatty a base dl"cutlni" ml ha dl
coperto quel vestimento" -
de la pAglna 6) meno,
I un monastero, visse una vita dl .
e carne di malale e, na .
EN WEST
: Burke.
astinenza e dl preghiere. turalmente vino in quantlta.
3223 ; : Ley y Mr. Jones. Ma non 6 solo questo attributo SI puo concluders affermandoche
: Reed. che gli viene affibbiato si pensi! A Leonforte si consumano in per S. Martino tutti abbiamo
: Tres Hijos. che nella provincia di Catania 6 grande quantiU pagnottelle rip Ie. 1'obbllgo dl bere del buon vino e
: de Jimmy Dean. stato elevato a protettore del bee- ne dl fritto di came dl malale dl mangiare della buona salslcclal

Tenga Ia : de Edie Adams. chi volontarl per cut quando a tritata e cotta nella sugna. Percl6 tnvittamo i nostri lettorl

Llamar Detectives. qualcuno' viene riconosciuta la qua.litica A Castellana si mangla cannel. per santlficare la festa dl S. Mar-
DICK : Meritos del Caso. di cornuto pacifico e contento loni rlpieni dl,carne di maiale e tino dl donare al poveri qualche

-: Para Octubre 25 gli si affibla senz'altro 11 nome si consumano una grande quantiti cosa, e dl brindare con not pro-
PINTURA Sin un Pals." dl 'Martinu. Per la ricorrenza della dl dole! fattl a base dl pasta dl nunzlando II vecchio motto: "A
mandorle mentre a Licata si usa
: Viviente. festa in tutte le de- vivl vinu".
mense non S. Martinu lu
EFECTOS regalare al compart dl anello sal-
Alma
: : El
ve mancare 11 vino e la came dl ,
Per erudirse megllo suJl'argo-
y "Dejeme ." sheds molto drogata e un flaschet-
malale cui "S. Martinu !
gluriusu -
Un : Strip. "White per to di vino dolce.S. mento poi leggete 11' Pitre net
-gloria pi ell ha lu porcu appl-
Martino pol dada aggiografia cuol i "Spettacoll feste". '
su" mentre quando un uomo com-
Pinturas B. : Ley de Burke.
azione
mette una riprovevole e
I KING-GRECO : Hija del Campesino." degna dl castlgo gll si grids in Molisani Chiede Sollecitazioni Per I

t Teltfono : del Mundo. faccia: "ad ogni porcu veni lu 161
Viudas. L'approvazione Di Migliorie
Calle 15 y 8a S. Martinu."
Octubre 26 Net banchettl e sulla mense pa- Fra le cariche Importanti! che 'trt Stati dove non gone oberatl da
: .-Bongo Bailey. lermitane per la ricorrenza dl S. E. Howard Molisani ricopre non ingiuste e parziali tasso di tale leI -
: ) Bunny. Martino non debbono mancare i 4 spesso menzionata quella di VIce I here. Nol della State Federationof

: Americana. "viscotta dl S. Martinu" che han- Presidente dell'AFL-CIO New Labor abblamo protestato per

EN 3 de Bolos. no la forma di piccoli pant con la York State Federation.Tale che consapevoli del fatto chic a
: Mundlales. parte soprastante sormontata da "Federation; la phi im- Boffrlre di questa emlgrazlone dale
: Ollrapicos de una escrescienza ombellcale. Nel portante e la phi tnfluente fra la Industria, sono i nostri opera!,

GRATIS"A quartieri popolarl, specialmente, queUe che rappresentano 1'AFL- specialmente nella Industrla del-
desde la sl consumano in grande quantiti CIO net 50 Statl della Repubblica 1'abblgllamento femmlnlle."

de Boston. accompagnati dal dolce moscato formata dl I Unlonl leglttime "Qualche volta pur trovandost
: de Lawrence Welk. dl Pantelleria. con un Insleme di circa 2 mlliont. alle prose con una maggloranza di
Lewis dos horas de '
1 : Nella parte orientale del'lsola dl unionlstl. legislatorl sordi alia voce del po

Boris fel mangla la "guastedda" o "muf- Nel dare! questo partlcolare polo la AFL-CIO N. Y. State Federation
con fuletta", dolce a forma conlca che Molisant sottolineava che le man. of Labor, riesce a vincerla. -
off Bela Lugosi
artistas., y si intinge nel miele. cate sollecitazloni degli! elettori e Un esempio: l'aumento delle

1-IRegalos Da cid si nota come sic tradl- delle elettrict dello Stato dl New tune per la reglstrazlone dells automobill -
done generate l'uso smodato del York al componentl della legislature voluta anche dal gover-

2-| Ud. Dineroen vino per feteggiare la ricorrenza statute, dell'Assemblea e del natore e stata bocclata. grazte an.
Dinero! e, ,leggendo le cronsche d'altri Senato afflnchl approvino i dtse- che alia energlca e vlgorosa optposizione .

.. tempi, si pub anche rllevare' che gal dl legge vantagglosl pet U po- condotta daU'ArICIO
3-{Sabor t '* In' tale g0rnd! era 'toUerats'sq non polo lavoratore, crea un vuofo dl State Federation of Labor."

Completo! tenamoa to que u.tcd ammessa, qualche blrbonata giusttflcata cui approfittano vantafglosamen- In tale "State Federation", Mo
su automovll a dal fatto che: "pi la festa rte/ 1 gruppl reazionar! ed antt-u- hunt rappresenta I'lnternatlonal
para repre..ntan eoono dl S. Martinu ogni fissaria la fa :nlonlstl. Ladles' Garment Workers' Union,

.. . . modlcpa. La papa Vie lu vinu". "Se tutU gli operal a le operaie dt, cut 4 Vice Presidente. Come ita

: y ahorrar. Nei paesl deirinterao alno al unlonisti", ci diceva Molisani "a egll ricopre: pure la carlca dlSegretarioManager
: .. N' : Settecento, specie nell'Ennese e vessero facto sentlre la proprla vo- della Italian
i nell'Agrigentino, si usava Indlre ce al proprio assemblyman ed al Cloakmakers' Union, Locale 48 e

: : Auto Parts! feste nelle ale e ad ogni conve- proprio senatore, oggl avremmo quella di Segretarlo del Conslgllo
nuto era consentito di tracannare una phi glusta e dumana "work- Italo-Amerlcano del Lavoro.Fa .
: : l tera SOI, y/M mules
"
lirtno volonta. natu-
a Quest'uso man's compensation law. Questo pure parte del comitato pro-
de la Carrt 60 J
: ra ralmente dava luogo a solennlbornie I d soltanto un esempio". motore dell'American Committeeon
fono 626.4004 i
con conseguenza spesso
: : "La leglslatura statute ricor- Italian Migration. E' preslden--
Plan de doloroie Unto che con 'un ,edltto .
Italian.LEALTAD.
te dell'Ospedale
dava "e' domlnata dal
: AI 11 vicer 11 proibl comminando Molisani j
Nada contro i trasgressori pene cor- partito repubbllcano, ed t contro .1
: 7 A+"los porall che andavano sino site quests maggloranza sempre pronta -
LLAME DE trenta nerbate nella partLmol- a dire dl no, che la 'State Federation Por Luis Dta )
of Labor' si trova a dover La lealtad del perro es ;

: EDW n ILA Palermo oltre al vino, alia lottare continua mente." proverbial:
tica saLsiccla e al viscotto tradlzlonale Fra gli altrl cast Molisani cl- En momentos culmlnantes de su

por eserlto eon si consumava "'u scacciu" e clod I tava 1'aumento della percentuale vida, \
: trabajos da Tranaml. frutta secca come mandorle, noel, in fatto di tassa per la dlsoccupa- Se marcha de su casa y del corral,
hactmos. Intercambla. nocciole, arachidi e semi salatl zlone anche alle Industrie e ca- Sin ladrarnos, su triste despedlda.

:." Da Cia che stlmolavano la sete e, perc6! rattere sindacale. Cuando tiene hldrofobia-El :
Despues d. NUESTRO TALLER il detto "u' viscotto e 'a simenza "Tale misurs osservava Mo- pobre CanPresintiendo ,I

: North Rome : MAQUINARIAS di vinu". lisani "4 inglusta per ch4 colpl- la rabia, con furor; ''

: loa VislUntes Ogni mezzo idoneo era messo in ace dove 11 lavoro 4 interrotto dal Se aleja..Par no csusar dolor, I

: Mortellaro i opera per glustiflcare "'a vippl- le statl stagionall. La conseguenza A qulen le did carlflo, albergue. y ,/

: CALCULOS Morgan Tal. 229-6735/ ta". inevltabile t dl splngere tante pic- pan.
I A Rlpoito si usa mangiare peg cole Industrie a transferlrsl in al-
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animal! 4 \
I Le queda mas de noble y.de leal ;.
GREAT VALUE Cuando ya los dolores le \"; .. .
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became a successful merchant PAGE LA GACETA 1 u,

III Valachi's Testimony CouSd Cause; .When ftfie; expedition of'George FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1943
in
Rogers Clark the RevolutionaryWar

: Great injustice to Italo AmericansSpeech seemed about to fail for lack .. . . .
of supplies, Vigo put his fortuneat :WHITE HOUSERESTAURANT
by Sen. Hugh Scott great Italian, the atmosphere in far who are using these hearingsas the disposal of the Revolutionary : !:,
(R, Pa.) Washington is being poisoned by an excuse to defame a whole cause and made possible the : :
"Mr. President, 471 years ago the testimony of a man who is a people."I of Clark's
success campaign
:[THE HOUSE OF GOOD FOOD
this week Christopher Columbus, criminal and who bappens to be ask them to remember that against the British in the West. :'
the son of a Genoese weaver, na of Italian descent. some 12 million Americans of : Franklin at Henderson :
"Phillip Mazzei from Poggio-a- . . . . .
vigated his three little ships and "I regret to have to raise this Italian descent are following these Caiano, settled in Virginia in 1773
120 men into the waters of the issue so bluntly, but it is a mat hearings with horror and disgust and became a friend of Thomas
Western Hemisphere."The ter of deep concern to me because while Valachl talks about the Jefferson. Jefferson translatedsome
great Italian explorer had I believe that Joseph Vala very lowest elements of society. of Mazzei's patriotic Amer- NEW FINISHED
to conquer more than the Atlan- chi, because of his name and the I suggest that any heavily publicized ican writings into English and was 3 BDRM. HOME
tic Ocean In 1492.. He fought poverty names of some of those he is testifying heavily televised hearings influenced by these writings In
ridicule, physical anguish, about, Is doing the saddest about the worst elements of any his own drafting of our Declaration $599500ON
disappointment, treachery and ingratitude of Injustices to millions of: race, religion or national origin of Independence. YOUR LOT
in an effort to prove decent, hard-working Americanswho would be equally sordid and unfair "Constantino Brumldi the out Call 229-1868 or
some scientific truths which we also happen to origin. "But above all I ask all Amer.
now 'accept without question."His all of us in the Congress. Beginning
was a victory for all civi '"Mr. President, this is In no icans this week to remember that in 1855: he started work in
1 lization. But today I want to call sense a criticism of the hearingsor after Christopher Columbus, Italy the Capitol and introduced the 'art
special attention to the fact that those who are conducting them. gave us a great number of outstanding this ,
of fresco
to country. Every YOU Win Save MoneyADAMS
first of Organized crime In America is who make ;
he was an Italian, the an persons helped day we walk under his magnificent at
many who came to the New Worldin ugly subject which must be investigated America better and helped shape paintings in the corridors and in
the next several centuries and and must be exposed I the American way of life into I the Rotunda, which was his great
made important contributions to against crime. i what it is today. I love. When he began his work on We nave what you want for
!; benefit our society.'This "My comments, however, are di. "To name just a few: the Rotunda frieze he was 70 your car at a price that you can
I week as we pay rected at Americans in generaland "Enrico Tonti came from Italy years old but he worked for afford to pay. See and save
tribute to the memory of this some news writers in particuI in the 17th century to join La- three years from a belt that hung

n-; Salle in exploration 'of the Western 100 feet from the floor. As the today.ADAMS
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Hemisphere. Among his other partial result of a fall, he died in
] We Indebted :: jl achievements was the explorationof January 1880, leaving behind some Used Auto Partson
are the Mississippi to its mouth. of the truly great works of art Highway 301, 2/a! miles
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"Francesco Vigo came to Amer. in America. south of Rt. 60
t (Weeklies, semi-weeklies and Ie.I the town's leading industrialist, tca from Piedmont in 1775: and Continued on page 12-) Phone 626.4004
ml monthlies, printed all over the poohpoohed reports that this community
;' etate, frequently carry items of was not large enough to -
interest overlooked or ignored by support a modern hospital.
the high and mighty dallies. Scan. -Frostproof News
. ADAMSPRESCRIPTION
ning their columns can prove a rewarding
experience: ) The public of St. Cloud turned
The Polk, County Property Own. out in good, numbers Thursday
ers League,has pointed out the potential night to hear about St. Cloud Jr. SHOPSFor
for saving if Polk, were to Woman's Club proposed fluorida- 35 Years Tampa's
adopt a trimester system of education tion of water program at the city Finest Apothecaries
., Benefits would include a auditorium. They heard two dentists DOWNTOWN 712 Tampa St.
substantial saving in salaries and a state board of health Phone 223-3661
NORTIISIDE 10049 Fla
even though the teachers would doctor praise and urge it. They Phone 935-4259 Ave.
be making more; family vacations heard the sensationally famous "
Use' Your "I. B. Credit
would be more flexible, the usual Police Gazette 'quoted against the p Plan at ADAMS
ummer slump would be alleviated plan. They heard articles published 4 --- Free! and Prompt Delivery
because the heavy summer ,in 1852: read to condemn it. ,Your Prescription was
outflow from the community And they', left, wondering.St. a Written .by a, Professional
would be retarded; spreading vacations Cloui News VI Have it Filled by.a'
would afford more opportunities .- t '. ProfessionalRACING'
for students: vacations; Owners of the Golden Triangle
breaks at Christmas and in the Shopping. Center have notified City
summer' could -be used for buildIng Council that they will build a
,; renovation and teacher vacations barrier around the lake in the '
*, and school, terms could be shopping center's parking lot 'to T '
.better,,synchronized with state universities. prevent a recurrence of the, run tni'X NIGHTLYEXCEPT
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away car accident Friday in which A
t -Winter Haven Herald two dogs were drowned. Sudden W
Qj 000, interest in a barrier around the M, SUNDAY.

.Is there a wild panther, loose in lake came after 'a compact con P
Taylor County" ? Several local, residents vertible owned by' ''Mrs. Fred 'A. ,8 P. M.RAIN .
claim 'to have seen one, or Vincent! rolled from Its parking I A ,
something that looked like one, place; jumped( a small retaining I
'in the Brooklyn community.: wall and sank. The 'dogS were in F r, ,t OR
the car,. which has now been re D '
r ,CLEARMatinees
Hundreds eci volunteer Taylor covered., '
County workers were' completing -Mount Dora Topics o

final plans this week for the opening ,. G 2:00 P. M.
events of the eighth annual Charges of assault and battery
Pine Tree Festival,' scheduled to against East Elementary School f __ SaturdaysACRES
t get underway Octi :10 and continue Principal F. E.' Renninger were T r- ', OFFREE'
through Oct. 20. dismissed Monday by County
-Perry NewsHeraldIf Judge W. II. Brewton,. who ruled __ PARKING
e.,,. e that "no evidence has been submitted ." "

enthusiasm i is any measure, to i prove Mr.> Renninger A DAILYDOUBLE
Frostproof should have a hospitalin guilty of cruel or Inhuman treatment .
short order. At last Monday's of a child and I find him C I

Chamber of Commerce meeting, not guilty of the charge," Charges __ ,__ K 1-2
Ben Hill Griffin, Jr., ardent supporter bad been brought against the uu RACES
of Frostproof C of C and (Continued 'on page 12)Wash. ) LADIES ADMITTED,
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!r (Continued from page 1) Registration John Dekle in nextMay's Integration of motion pix theatres In the Tampa Bay

_., Our staff of political experts in elections.ee. area-in effect about six weeks-is preceding on a planned
Tallahassee made a long distance basis, with few Negroes outside the charmed circles of the
prediction that the only cabinet Much of the state's press, both
NAACP
and
CORE even seeking admission This may be
and small has been critical of
r member who will have serious large ,
opposition due to the fact that tho integrated movies are large,
U. S. Senator George Smathers,
M" is the cabinet's dignified senior -
downtown, first-run houses, where the admission price is
since he made the public announcement
i' member, State Treasurer Ed a month ago that he would understandably higher; or it may be that the Negroes are
Larson. support the gubernatorial candidate showing a very human trait in that since they can now
We will mention an important who publicly declared that he would have what they want, it has 'lost its charm.' At any rate,
postscript on their communication..., support the Kennedy administrationin owners and managers express relief that the awitcharoohas
if Buster Hancock can get financial the presidential election in November not erupted'into violence; however, they point out thatit
/support he will try it again against 1964. is really too soon to determine Ithe final outcome
":. Agriculture Commissioner Doyle Opinions are sharply divided on the effect of desegregation -

t:. *. Conner. Mr. Hancock was the candidate Experienced and wise political observers on the industry. One faction, by far the mInority
of the large press in this race of state races are withholding is bitterly denouncing the new two-tone policy as
Ain 1960 and lost in the run-off, to theM comments regarding John Ma- the straw which definitely will break the back of a business

M young Mr. Conner. thew's chances in next year's guber- already badly crippled by television. They cry martyr
e natorial race until they know who dom, based on their theory-real or imagined that, even
Well-known used car dealer Dick will supply the "big cabbage" for his the Negroes are failing to take advantage of the green
Schofield is telling friends he will campaign. If it's big people, such as light, white patrons are staying away in droves because
oppose recently-appointed County .Dupont's Fred Ball ,he will be labeleda they know seats are available to colored patrons. One district -
t -Commissioner Clarence Prevatt. Mr. top contender. If his financial sup- manager states that this is the situation in all large
Schofield can be regarded as strong( port is primarily based on many and cities in Florida where integration of cinemas has been

.v opposition. small contributors his potential political put into practice.By .
Rumors have it that Jimmy Greco strength will be minimized. far the larger faction admits :to no difference in
.
< <. former School Trustee and "po- et. box office receipts which cannot be attributed to other factors
;; l':slitical right arm" of School Supt. Six hundred Rnellas County citizens such as'the usual seasonal slump. In accordance with
I Crockett Farnell, may also' jump Into attended 'a testimonial dinnerIn the plan formulated by representatives of Negro organizations
i. the same political pool. :Mr. Greco honor of Congressman Bill Cra businessmen and biracial groups-aa a result of
,*is an uncle of City Councilman Dick mer held at the Jack Tar Hotel in pressure instigated by the colored groups-the integration
.
l Greco, Jr.Widelyknown. Clearwater Saturday before last. The program permits Negro attendance in limited numbers.
. dinner was sponsored by Young Many'' of these have been escorted to the theatre by officials

I .; County employee ,Americans for Freedom. Nationally. of the colored groups} their admission has been paid
: ; known comentator Fulton Lewis, Jr. by these officials; and the same or equally important off!
.Ju-lio: t was the principal speaker. cials have been present to escort them away when they
that he will oppose Supervisor of (Continued on page 13) left the movie. One leading theatre in St. Pete,reports at-

':' tendance by several older Negroes, mostly from the pro
LEGAL NOTICES fessional class, who conduct themselves with impeccable
don
., to
:
,;: so easy HOTICK OF INTENTION TO BECUS- decorum. Here, also, the admission price may rule out un-
TEa FICTITIOUS TKADB NAHB desirables.
:' when it's !
; so-o smooth on Notice I Ia hereby glrtn that th. un Neighborhood movie houses, generally, are evadingthe
,
dent rned, Pedro Martin intend toregister
th. fletittou trade cam, issue, or are playing a waiting game. Dependent as
Paul'. Cut-RM. Uquori Bar Jk a.-
taurant with the Clerk of the Circuit they are on patronage from residenta,in their I immediate
...... ... Court HllUborough County, Tit, pursuant vicinity, they have hopes of remaining segregated Drive-
t, to 80. 8M. 0. Fla. Statute*. ftt&
e 'a.d.y That th. underalgnod intend to en. ins, too, remain segregated> with little or no pressure to
In business at 8SU 16th Tampa
4 i gag, Florida. Dated thl St.ay; of integrate. Some managers theorizethat, proponents of integration
4 :' ':j f) 1' October. 1968 Pedro ,,Martlnea. 8olowner. are interested in de-eegregation in spots, where

No. CT448-C acceptance of the Negroes is glaringly evident, ,and that
NOTICB Or BO1Tla the darkened: drive-ins do not fit into this ..catagory. To
the ClremU Clrcalt Court ef th.*f the State ThlrteeatbJudicial .f ..I.... substantiate this theory one drive-in in St. ,rote.,which
; : Ida, I* Mid for CHANOBttTJBB8B HllUtoroeth OeeatyIX admits 'carload for the total price of $1, has .not been

incivrr ,approached by a single Negro Managers of the ozoners are
;. -Ia1a unanimous in their intent to remain segregated
I, ,JUANITA PBNTUFFDefendant "A11- oJored theatres on the Suncoast, althoughfew in
:i 9 Ketfiti number, have proven adequate, aizewi&o, to accommodatetheir
____#::: Tot BTATB Juanita OF FLORIDA.Pentuff WhOM reldeno ,patrons. Sub-standard' ,.condtt&,exlst..In.some of
ii Rout. \, Clarion North Caro these, and many of the pictures they run are''ancient. However -
Tou lina.are hereby; required to We your admission prices average 'only,about.oneJthlyd that
4\\\ answer or written defence. if any, In at certain other theatres. A, few Negroes complain
: paid
; zQh' ;::: the above proceeding with th*Clerk of)
1 this Court the and plaintiff to e!rre attorney a copy,whoa thereof of the rundown condition in their theatres; managers assert
nan upon and addreee appear heron. on that it is impossible to overcome the careless, often
/ 1993 or before, the nature the 4th of day this Clf proceeding Nosmb.r, vandalistic 'behavior of certain patrons A few years backa

being DONE a null AND for OHDERKD Dtvoro. at Tampa,, modern, freshly decorated theatre in St. Pete, located ina
HllUborough County, State of nor. neighborhood being taken over by colored residents, was
Ida thin JAMES[26th day; r.of TAf September.LOR, JR.IMS. leased to an operator who opened it for colored only; With.

Seal.) ,Clerk By W.Circuit T.I MURRAY Court D. C. in a very short time he was forced to close the doors for
.- ,;r.QakeJ JOHN A.for R.Plaintiff ORIMALttlSolicitor good; th'':Negroes simply would not attend. This puzzle

1911 ]II. BroadwayTampa jremain ..unanswered.:
10/4 to,111NOT10It'Or Florida In defending de-segregation, movie managers sometimes .
point out that' certain whites are forbidden admittance .
DISSOLUTION: orPABTNJCRlUlF and. that certain other whites have been bodily

: ; Iftth Notice day .of. herebysen September; IMS that, the oa partnership the ejected when their behavior became impossible. I.know a
Yvonn eompoved Die and of Peter Albert DI.Die. and and few who will continue this policy regardless of the colorof
Mabel Die, doing builae under Boa a patron's skin
of Die PoultryFarm, Rt. 1,
111 name, ThonotOflAesa/ Florida, wa dl*> It is gratifying that integration as it now exists has
olved Peter Die.and Mabel Dlei ft Is quite clear that It was
hare withdrawn -from ald bulnei been accomplished peacefully; ,
SHOWCASEby and rro':! created la the.future. by Albert
Die* and Yvonne Die, or the builneM 'without the.participation of the Robert,Kennedys or the
I of Die Poultry ALBERT Farm.DIBZ Martin Luther Kings. .

i BESTFORM'Beatfonn's PETER TVONNJS" DIEZ I>IKZ During 'our quest for information regarding integration -
MABEI DIBZ heard prediction,worth"watching.
MARIO N. HKRCB of the movies,*Iwe a
, delightful "Showcase" puts aa end P. O. BOX 7, Florida 4811 This'was to the effectthat the battle cry of the Negros
to uncomfortable twisting '. with its front- 10/4 Tampa. li/1 will fall sharply with 'the drop of the temperature that
hook-up I Thanks to light boning wonderful there will be little or no demonstrating during the cold
'
.
,uplift, elastic where it matters and straps that: Furnished Rent Trad Apt.; .on Trm Whe l. ,months; and that bynext spring Negro followers will have
well with ,
i 1' .. ..never cut, this beautiful long-liner purl see model aitiStmntsHiRetftwumnt forgotten whyth were following. This fits our
i ,' .pleasure to wear I White only. ,Park..,,. belief that without prodding by selfishly ambitiousUead-;

- Sizes 32-40B,3442C.:<< $2' ers, the colored race,would advance slowly but steadily in
that advance-
of handling
r iLt "; society,:as they become capable
ment .and without .the danger of a giant stepbackwards.Now .
I.nhom..for"HotI..,Trail... .
NBRAlt 5800 t
l I PHONE 21&1'17 i we know ,why Georgia's fabulous seaside ,resort
( Raul Vega area, St. Simons, Jekyll and Sea Island are called the

Golden Isles Everything about the enchanted area is
1523 E., BROADWAY WHILE ON. ,TIlE' golden, from.the golden sunshine and golden beauty to the
takes for brief'week-end' of, enchantment
WEST .AIDE, OF gold it even' a
(' among the islands' treasured charms. A good example is
TOWN:-- 15-bath .'cottage
the Jekyll Island Museum, the 25-room,
Noun Of en All' NUetOUr'PancakePiioYCoffeeShop Stop in :at the of Rockefellers back in the days when Jekyll ,was the 1',
site of a club organized by and for one hundred of our na ..::
: CastawaysLoung tion's millionaires. Touches of the splendor left by Dearly
SpanIsh' inhabitants,nostalgic charm' of ante-bellum)days .J
or LAn SNACKSINTERNATIONAL. :
coMnmvAiiiTY : '' and the lavish wealth of the Gould, Vanderbilt, Rockefeller sand )
f1i INN Morgan regime'are'all Intermingled,'with the modernIzatIon

Or-Gen.l ell w..r.-......... &: Package; ,Store how underway.:, Appropriately,' (the :largestonostpopularnite" ,J
....1a.4r..4b.rCew.y- 1. 4613 Grand Central: Ie 'eaifed.the Goldemlstender Here the
T.'O dub
JACK WYATT LOuNCUI J.... -Aw% p74$2I ), ; '. ',,
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,,' SOOTT,:AFB, Ill.-Major Ed- assigned to Schilling AFB, Kan.,
vrinfB. Dickson. of Tampa, Fla., following his graduation from the 9Sbr
has arrived here for assignmentwith United States Air Force technical r '
Headquarters, Air Weather training course for electrical '
Service following a tour of duty power production specialists here :
In Japan.: Airman Mistretta learned to op; tt -
Major Dickson, son of B. L. erate and repair diesel engine gen-
Dickson of 206 W. Keys Ave., erators used tp furnish electric b' 4 vv"

Tampa, received his commission power to Air Force installations.The .
in 1944 through the aviation cadet airman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
program. Paul Mistretta Sr. of 10214 Fleet-

The major, who attended the wood Dr., Tampa is a graduate of
University of Tampa and Georgia Chamberlain High School.
Institute of Technology, has a B.S. aa.as

degree, His wife, Mary, is the GUNTER AFB, Ala.-Doctor -, .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs G. H. (Captain) Andrew C( Massaro of r Lt. Holland D. Truitt
Allen of Rt. 1, Anadarko, Okla. Tampa, Fla., who recently came LACKLAND AFB, Tex-Rolland -
aseah on active duty, has completed the D. Truitt of Tampa, Fla.,
orientation course for officers of has been commissioned' a second
the United States Air Force Medical lieutenant in the United States
Services here. Air Force upon graduation from
The doctor, son of Doctor and Officer Training School here.
Mrs. Al F. Massaro of 910 South Lieutenant Truitt was selected

h Sterling, Tampa, was given In- for the training course through
struction In specialized aerospace competitive examinations with ,
y medical subjects and administrative other college graduates. lie is be. i" 4 .

g v b procedures of the Medical\ Ing reassigned to Moody AFB, :
Service. Ga., for training as a pilot.

Captain Massaro Is being reas The lieutenant, son of Colonel 1
signed to a permanent base for and Mrs. H. M. Truitt of 4204
practice as a dentist. Swann Ave., Tampa, received his
r. Doctor Massaro attended Emory B. A. degree from the University
University, Atlanta, Ga. He Is a 'of Florida. He is a member of

member of XI Psi Phi and Delta I Tau Kappa. Epsilon YI
Tau Delta. His wife, Judy, is the I
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. P. ''' ).'
Airman 2/C Jack Alfonso Jr. Manley of 1390 Vilenah Lane NE, C'. .: HAITIANS START CLEANING up-Residents walk through
'" the deb -Uttered streets of Anse-A-Veau, Haiti, as worker
McCORD AFB, Wash. .Airman Atlanta. begin the grind and long Job of cleaning up the town shattered
,Second Class Jack Alfonso Jr. of 'a by Hurricane Flora. At least 2,600 Haitians were killed.i1.
Tampa, Fla.,, has been selected GEORGE AFB, CalifAirman I "
Outstanding Airman of the Month First Class Frederick F. Joynerof r;
for ,the Seattle Air Defense Sector Tampa Fla., has re-enlisted in "I. ; tl rtt "\ !
here. the United States Air Force' for (
+ Airman Alfonso, a United another term of service following '
States Air Force radar operator, ibis selection for career status. : fr

was chosen for the honor in rec- Airman Joyner, an Air Force lJ, ,, I .
ognition his exemplary conduct jet aircraft mechanic, was approved ;<:
and performance of duty. for continued service by a
The airman, who recently was selective reenlistment board. The TAMPA
promoted to his 'present 'rank, is board considered his personal 41 BRUTON PLAZA"HENDERSON
the son of Mrs..Rosa Rayo of 3002 character, demonstrated abilities BLVD.
Chief i M. Sgt. Joseph S. DeSalvO
',';' E. Jean St., Tampa. He is a grad- and job performance. Only those I'I / ARMENIA CENTER
MAXWELL ,AFB Ala. Chief G HAVEN
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/. t.JWINTER
):. uate of Thomas Jefferson High first-term, airmen judged to ,have Master Sergeant Joseph C. DeSalvo :"... / ',: DADE CITY
School. Airman Alfonso's father, superior career potential are allowed ST. PETERSBURG''
c' Jack 'Alfonso Sr. resides at 612 :of Cincinnati, 'Ohio, has been ) ; J Rln : :OCALA
to, re-enlist, decorated with the second oak leaf -Iw\\t.I li .GAINESVILLE
N. Matanzas, Tampa. The airman of Mr. and
son '
I. . cluster to the; United States Air "" .BRADENTON
Mrs. Walter C. Joyner of 7101 Force 'Commendation. Medal for SARASOTA.,4,,4, ', '.
SHEPPARD AFB, Tex. Air. Center Drive, Tampa, is a grad meritorious service. .LARGO .
man Third 'Class Joseph C., Mlstretta' uate, of Chamberlain High School PUNTA GORDA
Sergeant DeSalvo wasawarded
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of Tampa, Fla. is being re Tampa.,
he medal for his outstanding per- ,Spun-Lo Acetate Tricot
Xormance of duty while serving as
division sergeant major in a unit
(the,United States Air Forces in BRIEFS

t, Europe,
His wife is the former Vivian E.
Traina of 2224 Durham St., Tam-

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TRAFFIC COURT IMPROVEMENT'was the' subject of a five-day
conference at Emory University School of Law in Atlanta, Ga., last ,
.month. This was the,'seventeenth annual School Regional, Traffic ,
Court Conference, presented by the School of Law in cooperationwith
the, Traffic Court Program of the American Bar Association,
and Northwestern University Traffic Institute. Among those' attending
the conference were: (rom left) William D. Spann, Jr., Mem
ber Board of Governors Fifth District American Bar Assn. of ,Atlanta
Ga., James P. Calhoun, Municipal Court Judge, City of Tampa, JO.SEMOLINA
Fla" and James P. Economos Director, Traffic Court Program, .
', American Bar Assn.,of Chicago,.Illinois.
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"';;' BAY' B RI E F S By Odie Anderson x
't u,t '(Continued,, from page 9) MILLS ISPANOLEStfMmfmowsfy AecfofmadSfrsmlsli
.;.I lying Farmers of Florida found the perfect spot for
I their,monthly,fly-in lastnweek-end, to enjoy all the natural c 0cntet" Company ,,00
attractions 'of the ;area, and the good fellowship Which FALK THEATREOCT.

this group always 'promote. All this, plus an uncluttered, .:31 '8:30 Cvtata i
-trip by air, where one can look down on the carnage being Tickets '$3.50 $2.25
.I -committed ,on: the highways. below-if the constitution ,
.
7is1uM.AIM s0 Sato tt r "... -
:is :strong enough. 'Mass ... Mini Dwt
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.' OvwntawnArthur
Smith Mini* c..'And
The Ember's Imperial House on Dale 'Mabrv, under OclumMa 'VborClty Mute ,* AHI'a! ita*
if'the capable management of Manuel Fernandez since last 5ge each
November rightfully; recognized as one of ,the finest Ph... 213-372 for RMMV ,,',ut' '
1 HOM. ....ffIce, .,...' Oct. .
'<'!'K F) spots'' in the area for real gourmet dining in an atmosn 14-Jmm II to 4 r&y.S... 1
'of: luxurious comfort. The delicious meals aren't1v ,... tlclwtt ol*. ... .
ttliphere!
Sizes all the 4to 10 in
Breakfast and lunch 'served way from ;
;"i restricted to dinner either. are # ,
"I"' .atth: Ember's, open'from 7 *.m. .to midnight each day.,Mr. GEORGE t these briefs! Choose', them sleeklytailored ?
'::Fernandez has additional;attractions in, the I mill,' too, for;

,' the pleasure of his.guests.'. .. .S ems as' how theReady LYOOF'1: or daintily. trimmed- '. with'"
n ;Room at the Tampa; Airport''Motel where,the Continentals face or fluting. All in "white
;,,,. ,'are'l1ow"'appearingia, open from 10 a';,m. to 3 a. In.weelc 'ISt-8tSO' ? ,
,days; lip.m, to 1 ain.; Sundays, instead of whatever in the : i ClvII-Cr, ln I beige, blue or pink.

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President Joe Cuellar, right, and Public Relations Chairman John T.ices,, performed by pharmacists Include operating the Poison -Con-
Spera present Mayor Nick Nuccio a mortar and pestle, along with trol Center, operating a 'Flying Pharmacists' service for taking I
honorary membership in the Hillsboro County Pharmaceutical So. medication anywhere In the state; operating a night service: which
ciety, in observance of National Pharmacy Week. 'Extra' public sere is registered In the police dept; and maintaining a scholarship fund.
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(From the Mimi Herald) changed the operation of Open Cracker; Politics
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by Ena Naunton House I' --I'

C1UBNOWVER "Here take a peek..." said the "....those whom we had been depending By ALLEN MORRIS

police matron.A upon for small contributions

personable' woman in her 40's from time to time consideredthat TALLAHASSEE-Who can the lie as avowed candidates just as

neatly dressed, lay sprawled on we were receiving help from long, open campaign help? The'I quickly as possible.

her back on the floor unconscious. this committee so they decidedwe 'test answer' seems to be, it de. Karl remarked that "short cam

r no longer needed their support pends upon the candidate. paigns tend to become emotionaland

At 4 o'clock in the afternoon, ," she said."Although Here are two examples: turn on some issues fabricated '

she was the latest inhabitant of the committee met As Mayor of Jacksonville Hay especially for a last minute
1 a, "drunk tank" at the Miami City with the idea of giving us a hand, don' Burns has been greeting four effort: the cliche and the snappy

NO W Jail. now they have completely made to five conventions' or similar slogan sometimes receive more attention

MINIMUM i An hour or',so_before she had an aboutface I don't understand," gatherings there each week. than the important issues
added Baker.
been 'brought in fighting mad. Mrs. This is obviously helpful to and the qualifications of the can
Captain James Osborne of the
c1 She would stay in* the 'drunk Burns the candidate for governor dilates."
Salvation Army toldJEhe Herald
tank (i 'bare-celT,egiiipped'only] : He has been running ever' since Mathews said he believed "the
"The committee that JUarle Bala-
r with toilet and washbasin) until he finished a whopping third In law contemplates that a person
ban has been heading has been
sober., Then she would be transferred the Democratic primary of '60. make a sufficiently long open
taken over and empowered as the
to a dormitory with Salvation Army Council for Har Yet, because these addresses of campaign to acquaint the people
other women prisoners to await welcome are a part of the civic with his stand on various issues
bor Lights services. This group isf'o
her ,appearance before the court spearhead the effort to establish responsibilities of every mayor, and give them an opportunity,
CONTINUOUS iNlFRT.V.vi 'Ji and sentence. Salvation Harbor Burns cannot be accused: of performing make an intelligent decision"
Army Lights
412 TAMPA ST. this task purely for Burns said "I 'think the
As a repeated "visitor" to the service in Miami." per only
jail she might be sentenced to He said any projected program sonal benefit. reason for these early annnounce-

30, 60, maybe 90 days imprison would "include'a place for wom- The chore does, however bring ments is that 'as they have talked

meat en," but "the need is more acute him into communication with the around the state, people bave-

And, what then? for men because of the tremendous leaders of these groups, who are tried to discourage them, have

TAMPA-,?; NOTE For many, of the women with additional number and the 'likely to be among the movers minimized their prospects; I thInk
and shakers in their home they have taken this step to try ta
alcohol problems I"who go in and fact that a man goes out to drink towns.
AT TIlE READY ROOM oUt'of 'Miami's jails, the matrons and women stay at home." Too it enables Burns to say those convince I people they are really

PLAYING NIGHTLY have one passing comment: "She'llbe Mrs. Balaban head of the com flattering things about the delegates going to run. Of course, there'
The back." mittee for tonight's dinner for the 'with which they will be in nothing to stop them from 'withdrawing

Continentals The City Jail matron explained: Miami Council for Alcoholic Rehabilitation dined' to agree. They well may,'go if that were' their decision

"What would you do if you had said: "We hope, if we away ,thinking highly of the Mayor later on, which I'm not suggesting

From 10 ..m.'tUSLm.BANCUM maybe $3, ,no ,room, nowhere ,togo get established to take in the for, the, good he has,recognized will be their decision.1. \

Mali.BININa.... OM* */TIll ........ and no job?" women as well," in them and their organization.This Dickinson says his plan to )announce
....
mur esTW S
Tampa Airport "You'd go and look for your S. then, is decidedly a plus after the Christmas holidays

Motel friends." Meanwhile, there are 13 worn, situation which Burns may haveto remains unchanged. "It

am M.Wwt HMM Dr..*.......... And if the only friends you have en living at Open House. turn over to someone also at would appear," opines Dickinson,
M.MII V......from$774132Downtown i... Alr...-. are in a bar, or the only place you 'Mrs. Baker accepts any woman, City Hall when he becomes an acknowledged "that the traditional four months

find someone ,to talk to is there, regardless of'her ability to pay, candidate. Certainlyit of active campaigning would I be
that's where you .go. as long as she stops drinking. is to his advantage to stave off sufficient to give our citizens an "} I IJ

Hence: "She'll be back" say the Though she has helped some to that. time so long as he can do so. opportunity to study the major r J

police matrons. get jobs and, in one case, assisteda His fellow townsman, State Sen issues and to acquaint themselveswith '. I

There are two places for; a girl to take a school course to ator 'John E. Mathews, Jr.,' possessed .- the qualifications of all can-

woman in this predicament to go. get work, she does not pressure no such ready-made forum.As didates. /)
V SIT'THEWeb The bar. the women. a latecomer to the gubernatorial Kelly thinks "any potential 1

Open House. This situation causes an Alcoholics race Mathews needed to wage candidate should be willing to a'I
Bar Anonymous member, a blitz campaign of advertising lthorouhly'.1r the issues and conduct '

who can 'only be identified as his candidacy. So he became a certified an exchange of Ideas with
Open, house is run by a former
Cocktail Lounge alcoholic where' women with al. Sue," to dub Open House' "a candidate. the people before he becomes an
of flop house"-even though she wasa I In pretty much the same situation announced candidate. Early announcement
Corner cohol problems may live as longas
founder of the house and founded as Burns was former State by other candidateswill
; Tarnand they don't drink. Open House
Lafayette .
a similar one in Los Angeles.Sue I Senator Fred O. Dickinson, Jr., o) not affect his course,declares
-- has 'no from public or
i : money is doubtful of the value of West Palm Beach, who was able Kelly. "A. 'a businessman it has
i .. .. .. private funds.- A year ago awomen's a home where alcoholics can "run to get around the state in a civic always been 'my practice to develop
committee headed by
away from this thing." capacity as Chairman of the Council a plan of action and then follow -
Mrs. Henry Balaban: was formed
BIG Sue regularly to AA of made "
goes meetings 100 yet never any it.
to aid Open ,House. in the County Jail, lends a secret of the ,fact he Intended to A view from another party was
The 'committee did get beddingand
SHOWNITELY hand with job finding or' helps be a candidate again in '64 Dickinson voiced by State RepresentativeCharles
other items for the House.
pay small fees from her own secretarial finished fifth'in '60.: R. Holley of St. Petersburg

Virginia Baker, president of I salary to put "the girls" To stun up it appears to the advantage who may be a candidate for
Open House Foundation, Inc., who I through vocational school courses of Burns and Dickinson the Republican gubernatorial nomination

runs the house, said that free (she says she helped 16 this. way to delay the formal theM in what could be the best
The Brass Rail bread, supplied by' a local bakery In the past year), campaign. But opening advantage year for GOP aspirants to statewide

through the efforts of Mrs. Bala- "There is something; about the of Mathews, State Representative office.
CLUB ban's committee, .is still given to fact that somebody Is taking: an ,Fred B.- Karl of Daytoea Apart from a long I Democratic

GIRLS GIRLS .:. GIRLS the house. interest them.: They"'are so excited Beach and State"Senator1 Scott i campaign causing the public to

1118!', FRANKLIN ST. But. she, says, ,publicity about a about learning something in Kelly of Lakeland to bring .themselves : lose interest before election day;,
committee for alcoholism has (Continued on page 12) to the attention of the pub- (Contlnatd on pap U)
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_ I Arkansas: The Gamblers' Paradise FiUDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1963 LA GACETA PAGE 12

Speech by lion. Paul A. Fino may well approach a billion dollars '

of New York a year. A neat tax-free mo-
I would like to bring to the attention nopoly.No .
{t of the Members of this wonder the crime syndicatesare

i House, more particularly the con prosperous. They take 10 percent : grj-
gressional delegation from the of this gross turnover-$100 ) _
I State of Arkansas, the extent to million as profit and use this
which organized crime benefits money to finance a lot of narco
from gambling In that State- ,tics, prostitution, and other illegal -
thanks to bluenose Morality. activities. But in order to stayin
Arkansas is one of the many business, organized crime
States which allows parimutual spends about 15 percent of these
(betting and ,the turnover last year profits to corrupt public officials r.;
came to over $24 million with the and the processes of law enforce. :

State collecting almost $1.4 million ment. _
in revenue. However, the Because of its failure and refusal _
''bookies handle the lion's share of to control and regulate
I Arkansas' gambling boom. This gambling, the State of Arkansas is
lucrative tax-free industry has guilty of subsidizing the forces of 1 s(y A
I made Little Rock and Hot Springs organized crime and permitting
well-known gambling centers on the crime syndicates to continueto

J a national scaJe.According fatten its criminal treasuriesand
to the estimates of expand its nationwide web of

nationwide off-track betting that dirt.The
were presented before the McClel- simple solution, Mr Speaker
,Ian committee, almost $500 million : is the establishment of a national ,
was gambled illicitly on the horsesIn government-run lottery
Arkansas in 1962. Of course, as which would not only clean out
(revealed before that com. the crime syndicates and wipe

mittee, off-track betting represent out corruption in law enforcementbut SUPPING IN WITH HOCKEY SEASON Lone -
Beaton.
!' only one-half of the illegal pump Into our own treasury Wbrsley, former New York Ranger and now for the National The game was League the new season
goalie for Hockey Th,
the
Montreal I
betting in the Nation. So on that billions of dollars in additional the puck slip into the net Canadlens for Bruins turns to see were leading <<-3 with leas than two inlnatestaR CanadleW
basis,' total gambling in Arkansas much needed revenue., a score fat In the fame when Boston scored for a 4-4 tie.

I: I VALACIII'S TESTIMONY ....
WE ARE INDEBTED (Continued from page 8) Sat. and Mon.\

(Continued from page 8)) no, longer an open season for "Charles Barsotti came .her .RODNEY & THE MYSTICSWed.
i school principal by E. R. Cantrell, hunting alligators. Paying the from the Pisa area in 1872, established Frl. Sun.
I following dlscipllng of Cantrell's fines were Alfred C. Turner of the first Italian daily In % THE FABULOUS
.9-year-old son at the school on Berwick, La., and Uley Bass of the United States and was known ; rwr\ SKYLINERS
1 Sept. 17. Chlpley. as an outstanding civic leader Tues. Thurs.
f 5 Zephyrhills News Washington County News and philanthropist. THE ROCKERSAlways

,, ,I j . CC C "Enrico Caruso, the grand opera

A heavy swinging door which! The 100th anniversary of the tenor from Naples, spent the las
; looked like glass, but was said to birth of Edward W. Bok, famed 20 years of his life making the O O b
'be of some other supposedly com writer and editor who came as an air of America beautiful: with his d

bination of strong, new materials immigrant boy from the Neather- singing-and also contributinggreat ,
instead, blew up during night lands to America, was observedOct. sums of money to the Allied

hours last week,, in the county 9. Tp express his gratitudeto cause in World War 1. j

courthouse. The watchman said 1 it his adopted land for the chanceIt "Luigi Palma dl Cesnola of RI. -- ,
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sounded like a major dynamite explosion give him, Mr. Bok created varolo, came to the United Statesin -

,and pieces of ,the shattered 'America's Taj Mahal,' the Singing 1860, founded a military school
door were thrown yards in i ''Tower in the ,Mountain Lake for officers and then enlisted and
all directions. Luckily, the .event Sanctuary at Lake Wales, and presented fought through, the Civil War. Asa : The Proper

happened at night, ,when ,the it, for visitation, to the naturalized American he became I
building was empty of people. people:of the United States. American consul to Cyprus, and I Atmosphere at
.. ,
High winds were sweeping thi '..nLake Wales News later director: r of the Metropolitan: : '

.outside when the door..blew. up. 1 .. .. ,'t.' -" "., 0' Museum of'rt.in., N.ew Xorl4: 1 ".", : M .
I.. Chronicle, Jacksonville. A q .J urglary,rinl. believed ,"Louis JVmaieig of Turin -came I. 'THE L BONFIRE:
t', 'uJ,', + Involve as many as eight Negro to America in 1883' and did out.

i yw The 15th annual Swamp Buggy youths, ,was being rounded up late standing work I as university pro- I COCKTAIL LOUNGE
Race Is to be held at the 'Mlle-O- Wednesday as Hialeah police fessor, architect', and, sculptor. .
: Mud' ,track located one mile east pressed ,a joint investigation with "Nor can we omit such scientistsas
"1 of the Naples:Airport, on Oct. 27, Miami and. Metro officers.Home Enrico Fermi who made possible 3447 GRAND CENTRAL AVE.
1 ",with more than 75 swamp buggies News, Hialeah the use of atomic power. Its '
1 .expected, to enter the. races, -competing utlimate use for peaceful purposes ; DIAL 877-3495.

"r for $2500.00 in,prize money. CRACKER can and will open up a whole new j L-_. .
POLITICS. ,., .
'
f . (Continued from page 11) world and a better life for aU _._. .. .. _____- 2
j Squall ,winds of, 35! miles, per people -
Ilolley said be had "the feeling
.hour with ,gusts to 45! miles "Mr. President I
up
have named '
that ,
I the longer' the campaign is, AFTER CHURCH "
1 per', hour .swept across Southern only few of tJiose'ltaUins
the ,sooner they're going to get a who '
:.1 I i Florida I,Sunday afternoon Consi Into personalities." have 'contributed: substantially' to i FAMILY DINNER' ::SPECIALS 0"i i
derable,damage i pepper, and.e*- our culture, and only those who. Served 11:45 A.M. to 4 P.M. ,
,'Cumber plants in eastern Collier Holley 'didn't need to say sobut' are no 'longer alive. l I CROWN .'2U* ROAST {VERMONT ...
.County, :where, lack of, rain hid this kind''' of slugging has resulted "But I urge my fellow Americans FILET MIGNON . TURKEY ..J .) . .. .lia
in 'primary ITALIAN
-left 'dry! ,, sandy, soil, in ,perfect 'opponents' being on Columbus Day to think of I VEAL CUTLET. I1W*, BAKED CHICKEN 5 145
unable to 'shake hands'and SAFFRON .
RICE ..'
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condition I'to be blown away from the 12 million Italians and BAKtD VIRGINIA
HAM
united afterwards: The GOP nominee Ch ...,.. ,SIM I
J ..tbeplantswas reported. just might be the' beneficiary sons 'of Italian origin who per.// eM'"C "mr"ta"gn.... ...ta.s .... ....:.. fpm w1.
.;;M Immokalee Bulletin of disgruntled Democratic living today in the, United Salad buffet and 1Iewr...., cEMBER'S
many
:ii' *. .S who make us proud by their Incalculable IMPERIAL-fHO.USE. "
votes in the general election .
." 'An'auburdale man has been arrested ,when party lines may be enrichment of '''the wonderful I 4732 N. Date 'M.bry PI. tTIMXt. 87MM4
'( in 'a crackdown on' an alleged crossed. land that' is 'our America." J '" .. .)
I
.' v narcotics: ring operating :;in :
,Central ''Florida, after, a supply of WOMAN DRUNK.Continued .. SUBSCRIBE PHONE TO LA GACETA

drugs ,valued :at perhaps '$7,000 ( from page, 111a 248-3921 NEW MANAGEMENT '
.was discovered in his home here. course." said Sue. :

Arrested by.state narcotics agents She added: "Some girls are utterly Castle .Pharmacies NEW POLICY
and Orange County officers was hopeless." .
OPEN 24 HOURSFREE The
IDonald .'Paul (Spider) Bell, along But for the 'others I she says Palms SteakHouse

; and Paul Eugene" ,Craig; Milton biggest problemsthe girls don't Call us for you next NOW OWNED BY JOE AND HELEN Chips)
BEDAMI'
WVa. know how to make a living. PrescriptionCastle 1032 E.
:
/h' --Auburndale Star. And so, back to today's occupant Hillsborough Avenue
'-,' ?- i of the "drunk tank"-who Pharmacy No. 1
2531 W. HillsborouKh SPECIALIZING IN STEAKS
and
Following closely upon the ever she may be. 872-0898 872-0948
SPANISH and
ITALIAN
heels of the tip-off Ust' week that Is there hope for her. Castle Pharmacy No. 2 DISHES !

possible Bracket boys' were operating Or is it still a case of "She'll be I .1213. W. HUUborough NEW PHONE 2384121
in the ,area, the police department back!" AAA 877-1412 .
AA A A A
alerted snd ----- _
search
'was -. ,
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was started for a rose-colored ,
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convertible ''with a ,light, top. ,The PN. JN-1011
two occupants were suspected of ffij I Palladium Ballroom

I soliciting: donations for, a",Brow- j : .

ard i County Hospital without au 205 WEST' CASS STREET, e I

thorization. I
,< !ij: ,1 ..Boynton Beach Star ,DECCA tECOtDING'AR71STLENNY I Saturday' Night: Dance

,.j : ti, ...- ./ ?, .,1.' DEEEMBASSY I '
fines of $60 each THE'SKYLINERS 9 P .: .
Two men paid BOYS M.Jji. 3 A.: M.
'here Friday,r.after pleading gull- br awr dh s sad daadne i.awii 1 i Plus "Twist" ''Show.! ,
ty to the possession! .a1l1 tors ADMISSION :
during closed"season '.(There is t j 1.50 B.Y.OJ. : :'PH, 229.9569.
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Absueltos Los LA GACETA PAGlNA 1:

Obreros De La AS WE HEARD IT i ,ass ; k VICRNES. OCTUBRE 18, DE 1963

TelefonicaEl (Continued from page 9) Injusta Demostracion

Juez municipal James Calhoun Five thousand votes were considerable some twelve i Contra El Presidente
absolv6 la semana pasada years ago when there were less than 60,000 registered vo-
a cinco obreros de la General ters living within ,the city limits. If :Mayor Nuccio goes all Antonio Segni
Telephone que eran acusados de out for candidate Burns in the May elections and provid- BELLUNO, Italia, Oct. 15. -
faltas cometidas contra obreros ing there have been no major political setbacks with his Cuando el Presidente de la Repiibllca -
q.
se quedaron trabajando cuando la administration ft is estimated by experts that "city hall"will Antonio Segnl, se bajaba
Uni6n declar6 en huelga a esa be able to deliver between 7000 and 10,000 votes for de un helic6ptero para vi sitar los
empresa. Burns in a five-man governor's race. We should note that a lugares afectados por el demim
Los cinco se nombran Robert there are 115,000 registered voters living within the city de parcial de la represa Vajont
limits today. unas qulnientas personas que se
Wilson James M. Gardner, Kathryn de
e e habfan reunldo lanzaron gritos
Prather; James Ellison Gil..
lum y Medna Barnes. Both Hilfeborough and Duval counties will be able ,to asesinos, asesinos y rodearon en
boast next that there voters actitud airada al Presidente.
Defendld a los trabajadores el year are over 160,000 registered -
La pollcfa y los soldados los obllgaron -
in their
abogado Henry Gonzalez. respective counties. However if you add the
Represent6 a los acusabanel registered voters (estimated 320,000)) of both counties a retroceder. Visible era
prominente letrado que Hugh Mac together there would still be 100,000 voters less than are la conmoci6n del Presidente qua
farlane. registered in Dade County alone. Statistics released this temblaba.
week.revealed that a record 419,000 citizens have registered Calculase el total de muertos
in Dade County. This record was made possible by a entre 3,000 y 4000.
VIOLO LA CONSTTTUCION. sudden 18 percent increase in Negro voters. There are 38- T rncse otro deslizamiento y q.
(Vlene d* la primers) 897 Negroes. registered to vote. otra gran cantidad de piedras y
lifornia; Continental Oil Company . tierra taiga en el agua aumen-

of Argentina; Esso Argentina Invitations signed by Ronald Bell, president of the tando los dafios.
de la Standard Oil; Ohio Oil Com Tampa Jaycees and Tom Terpening, a strong Bryant sup. Hay todavta mill ones do tone-
pany of Argentina, subsidiaria de porter were sent out to a large number of Tampans ask- lades de aqua detris de la re
los Estados Unidos; Shell Production ing them to attend an outing at Seely's Holiday Restau- presa.

Company of Argentina y rant this evening (Friday) honoring Bud Dickinson, a sure Argelia MovilizaA
otras. but still prospective candidate for governor.
S. Todos Los

A political stag party, trimmed with food and refresh- Ex SoldadosARGEL

I ments is in the offering for invited friends of newly ap- Argelia, Oct. 16. El
pointed County Commissioner Clarence Prevatt this com presidents Ahmed Ben Bells or
ing Monday evening (Oct. 21st) at the Floridice Ice Com- dend ayer la movllizaci6n de to-
'SHERATON pany on Nebraska Avenue near 26th St. dos los hombres que combatleron.
(Continued on page 14)) en la sangrlenta guerra contra el

I OTOA INN -: DEFUNCIONES :- gobierno de Francis para hactrle
/ frente a la invasion del terrlto-
SRA. PASTORA (Pllofia) GARCIA jos, Rafael, Cesar y Adolfo del rio argelino por las tropas marro-
'jfP de 85 alias, vecina del 420E. Castillo Gonzalez de Cuba; una quies del Rey Hassan II

Gladdys que nacid en Cuba y ,prima Clara Pividal; dlez nietos y PRETTIEST' A 19-year-old Hablando en ariblgo y en francs
For endow dlnlnf visit the llevaba 61 afios de residencia en varies sobrinos y sobrinas. Cargaron Trenton, N.J., girl, Nancy Ben Bella callfico la agresi6n -
FOUNTAIN COURT Tampa falleci6 el mlercoles de el sarc fago los Sres. Rafael! Albert, hM been picked aa de aventura criminal en proBencia -
f..r I u the"rk>hr MntlninUI.ton Motor cutiln Inn la[ semana pasada en un hospital Cesar y Adolfo del Castillo Jorge the "Moat Beautiful Golfer de 50,000 argelinos reunl-
THI CHECKMATI LOUNOI local y su entierro se efectu6 el Rojo Ren Serrallcs y Charles of 1963" by a national golf dos en la plaza principal de esta
offer dancing nltolyfrom viernes partiendo el cortejo fii Rodriguez. Honorarios Sres. Paul magazine. She is a soph capital.
t to a and Saturday 'til S chemistry major at Duke U.
SPINAKER BAR nebre de la capilla de Lord y FernAndez Bustamante, Sr., Paul Bustamante and is aeen on the count at Mantuvo que 400 hombres repe-
A vorlto.ul.t..hidMwty*'_*.. .to whtr mixM ywir ky our f'. a las 4:00: de la tarde, para Jr., y Henry Perez. South Norwalk, Conn. heron el avance de 4,000 soldadosde
own lovely ....'...n... O.M UA.M. el cementerio Centro Espafio i Hassan y tienen. en su poder
.. '
.arking midnhht.Fn. --Can .! M.rf MPRODUCTS Memorial Park. .Deja tree hijas SRA. LUIS MESA, de 80 afios Nancy Albert, 19 tAGS, de Tren. los puestos do Hassi-Belda y Tin-
Sras. Maruca Rlos, Adela Pereira vecina del 2711 W. Columbus Dr., ton New Jersey, ha lido telecclonada joub, que los invasores ocuparonel
y Josefina Evans; siete hijos Sres dej6 de existir el martes 'en un como la "Mis Bells Ju-5 lunes.
Jose, Bennie Manuel Frank, Alfredo hospital local y su entierro se verified gadora de "Golf" del alto 1963, Agregd que avlones. plloteadoi
,*Luis yr-.Araando.Garcia,.].& el-.ml rcoles,. saliendo. eJ por. usa revttta national espe pot Americanos'' que son Instruo
:41 MIN JM nietos:' y 27 blsnletos. Cargaron elf cortejo fiinebre de la Capilla RIverside clalJsada en "Golf. Estudla quo tore de la aviacita del Rey, trans-
de Armando P. Boza las mica en la U&lrersldad Duke la frontera. Esto
, retro sus hijos. a portan tropas a (
AWNINGS 4:00: de la tarde, para el cemente ha side negado por el Departamen-
i SR. CESAR DEL CASTILLO, de rio Woodlawn. Naci6 en Key Wes Corte de lo CriminalCondenas (o de Estado y por el Coronel Thomas

83 atlas vecino: del 1615 Avenlda y llevaba 70 afios de residencia en Impuestaa por el Mcdung, jefe de los Instruc-
23, fallecid el martes en un bos Tampa. Deja dos hijos, Charles y lues Durrance force).
pital local y su entierro se efectui Pastor Mesa; cinco hijas Sras. A El Juez Carl C. Durrance 1m- EstAn conferenclando en Ma-
el viernes, partiendo el cortejo lejandrina Menendez, 'Dana Torne- puso la semana panda las alguientes rruecos enviados. del gobierno ar
ttnebre de la Capilla de Armando ro, Edelmlra Valdes, Graclela "Mosa condense: gelino y representantes 'de Ifs,- ,
P. Boza la de Nebraska a las y Margarita FernAndez; una. A 'Billy, Carroll Powell por san II.Las. '.
PHONE 4:00: de la tarde, para el 'cemen. bermana Sra.. Clara Sanchez;' nue- robe de vlveres' y cerveza, 5 afios, tropaa de la Republica de- ::
253.3181 terio Woodlawn. Naci6 en Matanzas ve nietos. Cargaron el saredfago y por,robo de $2 O. S' afios. Cum- rrotaron a ''los rebeldes ''de 'Kabyle .1

B Cuba, y era un barbero' retl dos Sres. Nile Jaime, George Val.. pUr' las dos condenas al mlsmo y te apoderaron de 'Michelet. ,1'1;
I ss redo Vino' a esta ciudad hate 63 des: Charles Mesa Jr., Jerry Santana tlempo. Se refugiaron 'en las montafiatios :;,
:afios. sobreviven su esposa Sra. Paul Fernandez y Allan. Fer- Luis Hicks, 29 afios, del 2012 jefes de argelinos'que'' se ,< '
CO. Adolfina del ,Castillo; tres hijas nAndez. lOa Avenlda 18 metes por vlolar oponen a Ben Bella y los minds 'I'.
ley North Oregon Sras. Carmen Bustamante Rosario II promesa de buena conducta que Hocine'' Ait-Ahmed. "

Rojo e Hilda Rodriguez; tres hi- No Han SidoDescubiertos 'hlciera. LA VEEDAD.... 1.
William Phillip Moore 0, allot
Los (Vlea. 4t i& prm.ra), 1
por quemar a una mujer a laque
Asesinos De Dos ataci', con' un'' destornlllador ban'"rtgalltosmonetarloo" y ce-
r BEFORE YOU I caliente. .rraban los 'ojea par no ver el
'MujeresNEW juego prohlMdo, la prostitution,
John 'Junior Excum, 35 silos, .
BUY YOUR YORK, Oct. 14. A, pee Ruta 1, 2 afios por'robo de herra- narc ticos, etc?
sar de que docenas de' detectives intents XCuantei senadores, represen

NEXT han Interrogado a centenarei deper.ona.'el Matthew Brown 29 afios, del tantes, gobernadores,, alcaldes
CAR, .sheriffs jefes de pott
aiesino de Janice Wy- 2903 Avenida 24, dos termlnos joeces, y :
lie y 'Emily 'Iloffert' no ha lido .dl mantnvienm reladonea .e*
de trel'aliot! por falsiflcar y eabrar
SEE ml-secretas! lei Jefes del
encontrado.Un con
un cheque"falso de $60.
i I alto funclonario pollcfaco Bernice Boylan, de 42 afios, del Ilamado "gangsterlsmo?
Dick Schofield declar6 iPor quo MI menclonan !..
: "que no hay evidencia ftica 1302 calle 12, y Juanita Moieley I

.. CADILLACS ARE OUR SPECIALTY .:. ni descrlpci6n del asesino, Walker, '43 aftos, del 1916 ,Novena nombres de doe seftorea que fallecieron '
nl una huella substantial. nl un Avenida per falsiflcar, y. cobrar en 1947 y 19S4 y no ae .;
4405 E.' II1LLSBOROUG1I PHONE 624-4761 I motlvo." mencionan los nombrea, de loc i
de $108.
; ; un cheque
.
La Srta. Wylle de 21 silos y suamiga Hoot Gibson Sheldon, de 35 afiosA personajei y personajlllog quo ;
Srta. Iloffert, de 23 afios, del 10015 calle ,19, per: prac-' antes de cites y despises enD ;
lueron aseslnadas en su aparta- tlcar la profeslfa de dentists sin .Mamlgot predllectos' la Mente .
''felt NO MONEY DOWN mento, terser.piso del 97 East ca- icencia ,y vlolar.una promesa. 'deno del hampar
EASY WEEKLY PAYMENTSSEAT Ue 88, en boras de la mafiana.. hacerlo en 2 twos eels metes xPor,qa' lot Sheriffs y jefes i r
COVER Trabajaba la primers en el sefnanario en la circel ,del Condado. de ponds no atraparon a les
Newsweek y la otra, graluada Fu4 declarado loco Tom 'Terence 'erimlaales quo "ellmlnaron". Mpersonas '
SPECIALS14 de Smith College, habfa si- que mat6 a Winnie Johnson en este Condado?
do nombrada maestra de una es en el, mes de agosio. lEn .por laeflciencla I pol fa. .
cuela .'en Valley Stream, Long Is ca o porque I s.Sheriffs temlan.
land.. TEES, EXILADOSVlene perder las elecclones y los :J.*,,
I Con ellas vMs otra Joven Pa '( de la ptimera), tea de pollcfa sos pvestes? '
I rlda Toilet, empleada de Time.. fretestanfes 'ftteren tamblcn eje lAprn'bense leyes que UJa&&,..

SET Life Internaclonal, que afortunaamente I cutados.La ten o eztfarpen las actlrldades .. t :
r w.,.. ....IS .,..... FaN oftort. para ella no estaba en ell notlcia precede del move I"Cosa Nestra",..hIja de k :M*.: l

c-. ... CLASSIC ....... fOIl ... wy.MM ts5w.M.CLASSIC apartamento.. mlento snbterraneo en Cuba y Islaclil(3 fla, y de los. IIVJIOI'de'''ps4t.Ileros ..
'Personal que viven a 3,000 ml- ( aqnl en representaclon de 'qne a** lOa de' .....* si
W..n
sir, y..... .. ..... ,...,. Ttr ...
site.,. las; de Nueva York se vi ron o lo1 fam caret, el abofado Charles'' r llano y'' epetaa' s. :'Is. '.... k:
......, .
llgadas a ezplicar' donde se ha. .R.'!Athmann. : I.des :ciodades:!'..., pit '
: '/kt4dk .SEAT COVERS llaban el dfa del crimen. agosto 28. :Una protests se hart ante el go* ,..ase tods.''I*&writ*"'/.hem'.
Memo d.I Inglaterra," ea coye te. .:'sj.e 'la adMv deeedldo T.Igrr. .
p5* ..isnida. .... .UPS Me 5'S MsbrW. ,..SS .. eu/..tlMyPhM. LEA LA QACETA trttorio las exHsdes faeroa"afre* 'sneedo; '
:04J4"I ...... 575. PheM ....u y sea'a
I TELEFONO 248-321 sad*;,. T ,:, .. ,...- .
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{ FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1963 a,

cY: .AS WE ,HEARD IT ROLAND by MANTEI6A




(Continued from page 13)) County ",',.,",,,,,h'_ ... 0'"I'U' ,.",..,''L. ",..., ....... .. ,
The State Association of Bail Burns, Dickinson and Kelly already '"
Bondsmen formally endorsed the rre- have organizational strength
election bid, of State Treasurer:: Ed here.
.
convention .5
Larson at their annual ,
R'ASL. I 1
held at the Congress Inn in Tampa Tribune editor James Clendinen

J last 'week. favors Fred Karl, but reports reach-
There were 252 bail bondsmen ing this desk indicate that the Coun-
registered in'I Florida. Mr. Larson'has cil-Couey combine is leaning towards
already '''received the endorsement of Mathews.
the State Association of Insurance The Tribune is not in an "image ',Ii' "
'Agents. They are 1300 strong in position" to take another serious political '" \ }'


Florida.''Leading powerful political forces the Tribune beating.is going The directorship to take a, long of, //i': 1\1,3\<'; 'i \ !b'i!! ;( ; 0 'i
in this area for Insurance Commissioner and hard look at the political situa- I '; : ';, ,:; $ if .-;. ,
Larson is his ace vote-getter tion before they pick their candidate ,gi". 1'.iit" : i :;:" !ii.i W."i< : ,.b"\j1JiZ1; ;, $;' "" .
Deputy Commissioner John Ferlita, They want and need a winner. ;'" \\i'i.
one regarded of the state most popular employees and in highly the Nuccib'. -will. .not "fl' '" )tj;;; tf; :!; !; : ::;iir: : I 't

Tampa Bay" area. Mayor Glenn Summers reappoint ","'i"\j":. ''''' ''' .." ,' ",. .,,, ,/IAI,.,,,,, ,,,1,1..,..., ...;i'''''' .
Tampa attorney as r ;'
. : ? ) i i ;
one of five members of the Tampa :/ !:'tt;" ? : ::':\ Y : ,:: ; ,';54y-,; ; :' A1J;: :: /

A note to the many citizens ,of Housing Authority. Mr. Summers' ,'
Tampa who are talking' about spon- term expires at the end of this
soring another daily newspaper in month. j

Tampa. The Lakeland Ledger; a We understand that Mayor Nuccio ,1
daily newspaper with a: circulation of is strongly considering appointing a (
only 28.00Q ,was' bought two weeks Negro to serve on ''this board. -
ago by the publishers of Look Maga- There 'wotiHd 'foe much justificationfor Gubernatorial candidate Mathews and top supporter Whitaker .
zine for estimated $3,600,000. such appointment since thereare
an an in each actual
ernors one man county Mafia operations.'In Tahiti.
Rumors are flying that the Orlando more Negro; 'rental units than '
Dandled the patronage and other If Chief BroWn has tftiC Ve'red'new
.Sentinel,one of the most pros- whites in the federal housing projects matters, pertaining to the governor's evidence ihat'1' could ;lead l fo the ar

circulation of'Tampa. office ''in spite of the' fact that '
; a patronage rest of these'alleged members of, the
near the 100,000 When 'the now 'under construction
committee was supposedly underworld or 'at J least resiiltirig In
,
might besoldtaChlcago; Tribune interests housing project is completed' in the in operation. As in the case of Hillsbproilgh the destruction in part if not entirely -
for 124,900,000. However !we West..Tampa area there will ,be a, total County, final sayso on all of'their' sinisteroperations, he
should add that during the last ten of, 2034 /units in four, housing ''l local appointments are made by' deserves the thanks of every lawabiding -
'nlmors about Martin Ander projects rented to Negroes. This
years ''
Warren Cason under'the Bryant Administration citizen and a medal to boot.
sen selling his Orlando, paper have compares$ with a, total of 1605, unitsin Burns plans to name However, if all this'urifava ble
,
cropped up time'S.and.time. again. ''five 'projects. 'rented. to whites. a 40-man steering 'Committee to nation-wide ,publicity 'glVeuitb, 'Tampa -

handle all patronage matter as a is ''to be labelled after proper)..investigation -
We were In Tallahassee for the Congressman 'Bill Cramer is seriously group. No one man will dominate the ,by the state, ;yAttorney's
week-end and here are some notes considering,:being a Republican appointment powers. office as old and rehashed: information -
we :jotteddown. .. candidate, for the governorship of -, without' ]legal recourse, in courts,

The, governor's pffice, was shocked Florida next year. Republican strateg'sts'l3elleV&"that .Advane tip: All'testimony given at then if Mayor Niiccfo'fails;' to take
arrived
and saddened when the news, } ) 1964 is the year the future trials of former; 'City 'action regarding' !chief: Brown's "ad-
that Nick Nuo io had defeated Julian
'
; that strong Republican gubernatorial '
a Councilmen Dick Bacon and Lee ventures'in' Washington""the Chamber -
Lane. In'cantrast, jubilation' candidate'can be elected., Durban will be' given special attention of Commerce should at least dissolve -
reigned at, the Senate party;'held at Washington Republican circles
bv committee Chief'Brown's and
a of attorneys :bf membership
Syde Deeb's home on the night of seem assured that Florida will againin 't Hie ; pick has calised
;Iflllsborough County Bar Ass'dr up hfscardtr# Ije
Sept.24th, ,. 19&1 vote In 'fa fir: t'the -Republican '
o ciation. Two of ''their members at- Tampa considerable l and 'unestim&ted
.'An.observer:told,us thai; when theelection 'presidential nominee. They believe tb'rneys Bob Carlton, an assistant, damage. wFlasha'IA
i?,,returns,,,were .announced to that a well-known Republican attorney '
city under
Mayor Julian -nriliite{ "ttp
: A group
1 : figure can take the governorship
their-give Lane, and Harold Mittle are':'pririci of influential and individualshas
: aided by the sweeping :win of the'Republican wealthy
'pal 'wlfries es for the state '
tending the elaborate feast, cheersand 'National ticket. scheduled a meeting> Iin{ Tampa
the We hope to bring to your atten- 'next we'ek to raise f 'fnoireyryto find a
,
happy .shouts filled airs .Cramer. ,
the man they believe '
tidh in
the
I near future special 'Information Suitable, foii+ 'AgricultureCommissioner'
..? While moot: pi $tire,4en&fars'are not ,can'carry, the. Republican banner in as to why this committee op onjent.' '
either Doyle Coriiier. Twis pf
acquainted }
personally Owjth victory to Tallahassee. If the Pinel- Mil scrutinize ,
carefully all testi- '
the gentlehie'n'a're
Nick Nuecio or Julian Larielthiey ac- from St. Petersburg
las County political powerhouse de- l
t .ceptod!Jfuccio'a victory:, as'a resound- bides to,_ take, the, gubernatorial "nibny 1 by and'the what Association.action might. betaken three;/rom, Jacksonville, :'and:
,! g'ie1atfoetibuCampanys! -' am'undislbhtdif J J er fKJfn: Thmpa.They .
i plunge,; State j 'SenatorBUi 'Young, S. -
'
'
(
Will 'ask ;
You ,niay'interpretthis;t S .meaning; Buster Hancock, if
former Cramer aide will for
that the r rioune) mJ1 any is not too a Congress.: run, ., ''Chief Nell' ;:Brown went to< Wash- he is. really Jnferested-'running'
:.popular with 1 many( :'of the state sen- An 'important item' to bejstudied v Ingtbh ''a'nd testified that: the "Ma- 'against.C. er ?ak Hii t ,..;If njt( ;'tKey
\ ''fia" Is 'in joj>eratlon in '' will t J
t Tampa and try a.gualifled
to
'ian announce
atotwing '.aIL ttie'1eraotia he said beonk'to Dec e'm1ier''Slst.
thl( appy, biii'e'rtie _at will,?the Democratic, forces .be, after, this sinister liaiderworld .\ r'v.
'
Deeb'e.party ,was State.:Senator Tom ah anticipated bitter struggle .to organiza Ttireq c1dovAC 4eft. J. West,
Whitaker of Tlm 1Soro th f.Cduntl. ,eleqt ,the Democratic! gubenatotial, tion., 'A. T. Ro11Jfi "'(xlbYtl'C Difd and
Gubm1 .torfal-'undI8ate John'Ma- nominee., .. M..Most observers who have been on the notable 'jouraafisV James ciendi"rie'ti -
titews'"win'lfet'POUfIal: 'support from .If Goldwi erje the Republican jJrersidential the local''sceiie.i : 'fbr 'many -ye'aVs 'are" ,'played "goo! this week 1 alfd'told
66 'percent'of the 'state repreVehtatfvba nominee .Cramer's chances 'of tHe $ihibn l that Chief Brown" was newly-appointed ,,Fire '.Chief ;Ken
"and, abou't' '60percent' of the to bt;,the first ,Republican goVernorbf orIy rehashing,"events ana 'actions by Ayers that hecu14.1i; bt; tblbe.

state senators. ni.,, :Florida, in modem history are' individuals i long talked about in this a good fire chief..... Miifd" [ ';:ySiiwhkt
While this>lmpraklve support it good. Remember you; read this firstIn ity;1 ;Shakes these men so clever?:1s: the t
shdfcld, be (remembered':thiit all ,of "Aa We, Hear It." Dailies may 1}, MaY9rJ61ht '
j the house' mem1t: ra' wiH be running copy. )nisi return from Washington, to'take few days ago,&hasn't 'liad V'chance
!1 far rreelecbIonin'! their Respective ., .. ., }any! ,and all,information Immediately to :prove how bad'or li&i-'i ood'k'trhief '\
I J counties and half off the state senators 'Well-known to the State Attorney's 'office and he jhin make. ,v ., .:
I williteob: *; involved In their Tampa insurancemanKen asked that all Jaw. enforcement, The Tribune 'eaftbV; wasijarefiulnot.to.niehllbn'Jthe
Mulder, who Is th'e'Di iict-M&. : "'
on.poUtlca1ncee.. ,agencies, 'cooperate :tm.. their war : i 'fact tnat 'tnT'fornier -
Vehicle :
''tor Commissioner Is tri'Tatti-i
+
The ottte half of *the senate'vgfll;! pa 'General Hospital 'with' 'a sUpPed .against'' crime, organized 'and unorganized "flr chief under Lane;:was' 'so unpopular
1 not ,have, tertiK: for ,reelection.,until\ disk; ,He will be in traction: (for ten ,, with his men.''that :Wto:: estimated -
'I 16as; in'the case of Tom Whitaker days. Of particular\ interest to many. is that nearly 80 percent of the
the revelation! ; .'that slain city firemen voted
from tfeto county.' i' ,, 0055 gang boss against Lane.
A, Dumber reputed' Dickinson ,t hiarHe Wall Iefta'?di rv", telling j of _:;No: ,one.an i'certainly,J1Ot. ques.tionea -
supporters ve ,slipped' ont of his Attorney Warren sons riember> kpast,..crimes. Aljvx' # .W'll's former ,,_,brief Leavirie's'na1
camp and joined forces a with Mathews 'of .the! State'IR' ad Board, will enterSt. friends we questioned replied InaV 'kna')' t cft :"fnxfire..fightfng_ but a
One,of MathewV.top political 'Joseph' Hospital this weekendfor / Charlie" was not the type\of: 'nifih' /f! ? "'L{Shi! %..1f
stategiats known: Tallahassee Attorney and Ia rW%: findjt f Difficult i &1i4era&njwhy f lghting.Ottle !
former Jaw parteer.of,.LeRoy Coflins) ', 'The ISecond National] :J&I& of Brownrehjoyjng@ i6 Wlr' of the irea- itesproblenislfi
Iowevernrasy Tallahassee -pbKtl-} : TarripaH11 be'erected) on.jthe; corher o f.Tampa's Chief,'ofi-Polce 'for the' Ing:iahy fire chief Is that-offlceepi i

calficu-res.wch; President; of, the of Grand< Central 'and Weata ore ,lap, four years,! has permitted theMafia" the morale. ot.;tiHS .fim': d n
Senate Wilson I Carroway will be Union Security fa the major stock to' t
.f, stand-in i on (the,'aide.Haea. watchingthe holder. This, corporation, ,comprised slightest: ; molestaton by'Yol cc quest, tdAwnduct S elf Iii' a'.mnB r.' '
political..scene m41. about January piostly of officials and stbckhoklers ironing, .harrassme'nt or public 'tie-' fitting J leaders-morale,,l..li it v
1 before lh y.wfli..OttBce whichof of the First .National Bank.., also nouncement until now. consequently the men, Ant i&U

,the tftfceraatorkl candidates they'' (owns the*Broadway Na tonal BankIn .Chief Brown,j,'who' .ti&i" 'tfrte1y\ bcnerrefig" ;

J wilt eupport.' *' YborCtty.v,._,>, been .Involved die tty.j, ,..,3wp ,*& 1.ai( We think. Chief' ; eYaa ff
t.. Ii, f-". ....J./ .J.f *' < 401, jtry\ dnvestigatioi ,; ,..f F an-'" 1t1.MtitiWl'f W hey improve. 'ih 1
do'hntM' ; *w$1Jre; .m Tampa Prospective (Ktrbernatorial' ', candidate other InvcstijraU&i wnUe to Wash- and Tworate of'the'rteb of the 10u+ ,,
I moat.of .. week ai....pting to line Have; Burns;: told tibiai reporter .fN1on. 'aaori int..to new releases Fire Department. He should$ gvi
, upg uppollt.!riirtolp'9A'r' : here Tueaiay &M he will notfe vecounty ;'eo hfa D1: the chance toprove. his 6-1='* ,'
is,State$e ater 'na Whjb ker.u. ).CM&pftiffn' managers.Thftre )ie ate ltte.tJP6H\ M-1vvdl rlh ,u.t.if l'\'JI'B1er ,I DOl\ f.:. i ; w
: The,.>... MittB kiafatF! *;***& here wiUtifiot ,be ,ft governors ifI ::kni ,,Tafispa he said .y h f: irifibn..' r'1rmOdop.V I"foii:.. 11w
next week may dofc* "'...:Just how elected," he said., 'dwstddd. He did .._.. J:' ";,._a18 ...'l1IB'ra '-

A :strong_ he :will run to HiHaborough Under the present and past gov- jury probe concerning charges of Commissioner Roy Haynes.:



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