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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: May 8, 1964
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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System ID: UF00028296:00383

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XLI NUMERO ; J9 VIERNES, 8 DE MAYO DE 1964 TAMPA, FLORIDA PRECIO: 10 CENTAVOS




I I. H. Burns Y King High_ A La Segunda___ Vuelta! I


r HOLLAND VE.MJ1O f

Y LOS QUE En las A BRAILEY elecciones: OD1IAM primarias de-

I- mocraticas veriflcadas el mutes
en Florida, la ciudadanla decldii
con sus votos que vayan a la se
gunda vuelta los candidates a go-
.
..
Sheriff Tres De Los Vencedorcs En Las Elecciones Del Martes bcrnador Srci. Haydon Burns, al
Malcolm Beard, actual Condes- calde do Jacksonville, y Robert
table, venci6 en reftlda contienda King High, alcalde de Miami.
electoral al Sheriff Ed Blackburn Los escrutlnlos efectuados ea

Cuando escribimos estas llneas 2,237 colcglos- electorates, de ms
no ha terminado todavia el escrutlnlo total de 2,279, arrojan cite rcsui-
de los votos de ausentes. tado en cuando a los candidatos a

Malcolm Beard ...__.. 43,002Ed Gobernador

Blackburn ...____ 41,899 Hayden Burns .,.......... 303,121
ComlsI6n de Utllidades Publicas Robert King High ?.. 20S.5M
Edwin L. (Ed) Mason, actual I Scott Kelly .-._... 201lfFred
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presidente de la Comisl6n, electo O. Dickinson .._ 180,7%'

por considerable mayoria sobre John Mathews.... ........ 138.951
Phillip S. Brewer. Fred Karl __._._... 85.121
Edwin L.. Mason ....... 502,180 Las anterlores cifras son incon'
Phillip S. Brewer ._. 181,730 plctas, pero no hay duda en cuan-:
Fiscal del Estado to a que Burns y King High Iran a
El pueblo del Condado Hill las primarias de segunda vuelta
borough ha elegido Fiscal del Es el 20 de mayo.

tado al joven y culto abogado (Pasa a la pagina 2))

Paul Antinori. BURNS MALCOLM BEARD PAUL
IIAYDON
Estas son las cifras Incomplete Pensamlentoa sobre la Madre:

: Todo lo que soy a ml madre
Paul Antinori ..._....... 40,331 Hace pocos dias el represen- Roland ManteigaAS lo debo.-John Quincy Odama.
Paul B. Johnson ....._. 39,435 tante de una companfa harlne- Todo lo qua soy, o eipero ser,
Cuando sean contadas todas las ra le notified a los dues os de lo debo a ml madre anlet-

boletas de ausentes, el resultado una panaderia, amlgos nuestros, WE HEARD Abraham Lincoln
final sera a favor de Antinori. que el taco de basins pronto Iba El coraxfa de la madre es d

Defei cipublicoFu6 a costarles 70 centavos mis y FLASH Panhandle sources are now aula del nlflo.-.H. W Beecher.
me red!| ,&te electo el Jo- culpaba al Goblemo. Kelly will edge High. I Amor Maternal! Palabraa
yen abogado_ .'.'Ph G. Splcola, Ahora un Gran Jurado federal que slnteUsan la blenavenlvraa-
fuera nombrado por el Gober ha procesado a ails grandescompafifaa The day was clear and bright. Florida was uPollock.
que nador Farris Bryant. Tuvo de o- harlneras y a sets de glory. Tuesday was the day that the people Yo decearfa para amlgy el. klje
ponente al abogado Everett Q. sus ides, acusindolos de con more than three months the citizens had heard the quo no resist nunci la* liftma >"
fabularse para flier precios. the charges and the promises of the candidates. de su nadre_Lacretelle.E '
Jones.
Joseph G. SpUola.Everett j<7,622a La notlcla de, jot..procesamlenfe was their turn. The candidates would soon know la regla' general. qne 'Ucea .
U,_ people felt, what, they believed and who they Liked; loa hombre hereea' /C,
Q. JfnesCamaiV'de } \ : ub4d.MJ rtoberto 1 F. nperJk>r**
,
t < suri: into'the Gulf oT
I, I JteprtteMaD'el Kennedy,' FlMal ..peMtII de la The warm slipped slowly lot elemental :d*. superlorMae.
Del Est.4.l. .- Dici6n y hombre qne no ae and the shadows of night fell. And the voice of I de sua madret-ltflclielet.El .
.. wrue" \ titude heard. Then the tears and the '
l. ie 16 n el tuerce. was came futuro destine dIft14. enslempre
Representante reelecto Luis I de op la Parte. Esaa compafiias "tragonas" a. It was a sad and bitter 'night for some and for el traaajo de la madre.

1: Victoria del Rep. Woo- bastecen alai ,panaderfas, quo !happy and glorious one. For some it was the -Napoleon Bonaparte.Si .
Grupo
clento de la ha new hopes and dreams-for ,others the beginning qnlere nsted reformat almunde
Lee ,
Lilea sobre John Foy ;y nun el 65 por
Ed die Williams. No habra segunda tins blanqueada de tri,o qae. se long trip down the dark and lonely road of public 2)r ''y apartarlo de sue ewer I
vende al este de las Mont 4a1. This night was like another night, twelve re* y vide, comience per alto-
vuelta. 2 El Rep. Rend Zacchinl Rocallosas.OonsplracUn. The clock had struck the eleyenth hour and a tar ala. m.drt.-c. 8lmm....
Grupo :
some 30 men and women were eating at the Las
vuelta con Robert -dice el proee- Die no podia estar rn tedan
Ira la segunda
a Fueron eliminados Phil 0''. ..mlel1to-para elevar artificial" des Restaurant, This reporter was one of the antes, y por lo tanto also a lac
King. Gordon. mente los precios, sin eompetlr ple present. The man being honored: was the madre*.-Adagio hebreo.
hara y Gerry sheriff. Ed Blackburn, Jr.' a long-shot
los compradorea de
Grupo 4: Robert T. Mann, Re con otros, a f
facilmente i a barlna.Es scored. Se \
venci6 Quieren Que
presentante, una baena notlcla para los In another part of the city-a tall young man, ,
Donald W. Crews. la reeleccion panaderos "latinos" con los eua- years old, was very happy. lie and his friends Venda Mss A La ,
Grupo 5: Obtuvo brating his great victory. He was the newly elected
una mayoria de mAl de 30,- lea hemos hablado de los 70 Union Sovi.tics ,
por
000 votos, el Rep. Ray C. Knopke, centavos que les loan a aamen- (Continued on page 15) WASHINGTON Mayo 0. LaCamara

conocido hombre de negocios. I tar.y creemos no les atunentatin. Altos Funcionarios Del Estado y de Comercio de los Ketados -
Grupo 6: Terrell Sessums fut i Unldos le ha pedido al Ge-
derrotando Confabulation democr'tlta'lIay Del Tribunal. Sunremn
reelecto Representante -- -- --- -- blerno, con canner urgent, quo
a W. T. (Ted) Whidden. machos consplradores' de Eaton alto funcionarios del ea- Thomas D. Bailey, dlaralmiya la lists d* articulo'quo
Secretarlo de la Cone del Circuito esa indole en este pals protegl- tado, mlembros del gabinet del dente de Education del no se pueden vender a la UalenSovietlca
Reelecto: el Secretario James F. do de Dloa y en ocaslonea des- Gobernador, fueron reelectos: 'sin director de escuelaa p y otros paUts( comunl
Taylor, Jr., con una mayoria de amparado frente a los aglotlsUs. opoiicl6n el martes: Doyle Conner, Us de Europa.

mu de 40.000 votos sobre Ale Tom Adams, Secretarlo d* Es Agrlcultura, ex Tide la Cimara de Comercfe nn

(Pasa a la pagina 15)Prennqe tado, que fuera Senador espial.. rida. nlvel de comercio Igual al que Ue-
Gibbons ReelectoRepresentante Ray E. Green, Contralor, ex: alcalde Justicias del Tribunal Den 'lot' allados de eats pats;'.MIEurope.
k no* hacen ypaumoa d* Clearwater de Florida reelectos sin '

a nnestr lectern Los ciudadanos del Condado J. Edwin Larson, Tesorero y Comlsionado E. Harris Drew, actual Algunos gritaron No; veto el a.
iTodo* lo* candidate gastan Hillaborough le dleron un expresi- do Seguros, quo fuera presidents del alto cuerdo, aegon cl president. Edwin .
el dlnero que reclben: de ras amigos ,voto de confianza al Repreien- legUlador d* Florida, Comliionado B. K. Roberts, que P. Neilan, obtuvo la doeler
vo
y stanpatlxante? tante Federal Sam Gibbons, reeUgilndolo del Condado y alcalde de Key dente del Tribunal ceras panics d* los votes neceaarios. .
Out preporrion de lea gates 54.400 votes, faltando stone Heights. (Pass a la pagina I .
por
ne se da a cenecer, e* declr, qni No habra camblo en el embafgo -
parts del diner. se entrega por oponente 1702 votes, por Robert escrutar R. McDonald contra su, Recomienda El Presidente Q. Se I contra China Comunlsta One,

dcbajo de IM de la aspbrante mesa a colaberaderes a elevado que obtuvo 18,445.' La Concienca De La Mayoria nam.Perecio Nort. d* Core y Norte de Viet,,'

public? Meredda reeleccion porque Sam WASHINGTON, Mayo S. CU blanca "con la esperanxa
pneste iQu bacon lea candidate ha votado a favor de las proposi- tados pot el President Johnson aereunieron cidad para millones de Atropellada
ei cones democritlcas que hlciera el la semana panda 177 El prop6tlto principal
derretade COB
vencedore
diner qne y lee sebra si e* qnealg I Presidente Kennedy y que shore Kderes de Iglesias y seglares, eala sidtfftie lug dine lu Por Un Automovil f fCuando
cobra. ? lace, buscando el mejoramlento Casa Blanca, y el Pr.aldenuJ 6V300 horobres y camiaaba .1 tabado.par
XCuantea lea candidate ban te ;de la gran mayoria de los insert.anon I uon lea ptdl6 quo las igletlai .igleslas. quo lltnaron doa sado por la ,clrr< celldtar prestante de el Presidente Johnson. Pro e.tante. Cat611co-Romana y Jodla en .1 "c' 1Pu.e" de la de Ruskin, nn automivil maacjle

nlde aaolge qua*, ......* 'Wncarlaa, i Congratulamos al actlvo y ca- -unan sue esfuenos para des-' 4. Georgetown en calldad por Jimmle Simpson d* 44 anon,
efc; para afcenar laa tarjetas,I ballefoao legIsladorT pertar La concleneia de la mayoria (Paaa s la pagina veclno de Fort,Myer. atropelle y
I le prod uJo la mumva hombre
cartelev,
paalletosr annncl' .'iedajcnatpaaa, ,I horn Ua Autoaiovil Tendran Que,Haoerle Frente A que ,amJ. aba per un lado de lacarreUra
picnics, etc, jo* I
denundariOn Con Un Tren e lnperdamente aepeso
*'deneciitkaaaentew Acontecimieato Sin Apoyo Sovif -
al olro.Simpson .,.
.
;
.... UCM detrfnnfar 'estsba parade
...& Con ua trea flue "
I NUEVA YORK Mayo 4. En dirttto de la Ualoa le dJJo slrigfle; >te XnFlynt
an;.et......* JM pr. fa la ... 30 y 4a AvenldJ, ehocA '
el primer mlalftrofldd Aaaqoe taco loa de la Pstrulla de Carreta-
manejado .1 dtacuno quo
automovil
.. canaHalnra, naga ce I tm per
sate '
.... peoentha y Grady E. GUaccn,de 13 altos, vd .. Castro pronttncW el lo dUr ftfancJa quo loa arsons ra 6 qoe'tto ,,1fu6tpoliWe antes ,
tn* I
necer.d.s N' eMd saS teas. ._' bee del 114 Ea t, Fremont, quo ? .. La Habaaa dUo quo Cobe aIM realfzaa cobre Cuba el accidente. QaeM "'en',UberteC
..stta% V ga/M6 lasloaeg" .eJ dM lacabfta 'teadri quo lucerl beau ala dole c1e ikgale Castro La I pollcfa two ,eafuenoe: pen !
that sea fatf a.sH..L.sMK .kft 111 ea: v ,7
*mfaJ. l. .ail .....' VkawM la w redbUado irirtenHi ml *eeat f .a la diayota trttifear aid!.. Iegalee' Ideatlflcar al honaVre,:..e *. *npone -
per Wm
"-,611017' (Paw a la paftoa 2) eon lot Bttado Ualdoa ate apoyo (rasa a la pAffaa II un trabajsdor etricola.v"'l .


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VIEfJ> ,s af AYppE 1964
PAGINA 2 LA GACE'T'A' r

EN SON ACTON"' fJ '0'

Aumenta El Descontento ContraLa Para El Dfa De Las Madres \'

I I Digna esposa I I Santa madre 1 I. Ii I

Fuiste feliz al lado de mi padre: "

Dictadura De Castelo Branco Teniendo muchos hljos, en vuestro bello perseverante bogar' : ,

Abnebada, y sonriente, siempre
ciento. El sueldo de un soldado e. a salir adelante,
Ayudando a tu esposo
RIO DE JANEIRO, Mayo 6. -
die- res.En 100 por ciento ha subido el quivale a $18. En todos los problemas que habfa que afrontar.
Destacadas personalidades que
La legislatura del estado de Rio
costo de la vida en los ultimos
ion su apoyo a la mllitarada "chu- Janeiro declar6 incapacitado y Desde la edad temprana, hasta la ancianidad,
p6ptera", ya no ocultan su deseootento meses. destituy6 al Gobernador Badger Fuiste slempre: correcta en nuestra sociedad;
con el ordeno y mandode Octavlo Gouveia de Bulhoes, ml- amable serviclallY -
Silveira porque se neg6 a aceptar Fraternal, consecuente, y
el Presidentea nlstro de Hacienda, predice un adorada-
Castelo Branco,
hijos-madrecita
el nombramiento del Gral. Manuel para con tus
la "tragala," y sus corifeos.El deficit equlvalente a 650 millones Lisboa, jefe de la Primera Divi Fuiste tan exquisita, tan dulce y delicada,

Congreso le aument6 los de d61ares en el presente afto don de Infanterla, para coman Que podrfa mostrarte como madre ideal. .

xneldos a los milltares, el 30 de fiscal. dante de la policla del estado. fervor .l
abril, en clen por ciento, a pesar La distribution del 100 por Tratando de contentar a los tra Tu eras muy religiosa y orabas con de : ,-' '
nido amor
le que se ha prometido combatir ciento se hate en esta forma: Primer bajadores, el Presidente Castelo Porque tu noble pecho, era tm tu historia; '\
de 160 Y la Vh-gen del Carmen, conociendo /
la inflation y Castelo Branco le, teniente, aumento por Branco dijo en Sao Paulo, ha
la ciento coronel, aumento de 127 De pristina pureza, de un bello cristianismo,
b* pedido a los trabajadores y ; blandole a miles de personas, que
sacrifices. ciento generates de tres estrelias De amorosa bondad, nobleza y estoicismo;
clase media que hagan por ; la revolution! que le ha puesto en
100 por ciento. En tu adios a la vida, te transport a la gloria ;
los per6di-! hlzo actuar
Joao Goulart, segun el poder no se para
cos, habfa solicitado aumento de' Sargento, 80 por ciento; cabos, contra Ids derechos sociales de I Gracias mil 1 Virgen Maria .
200 por ciento para los mlllta- 100 por ciento; soldados, 84 por los obreros. Tu te llevaste contigo, "a la madrecita mfa", '
Pero deseo rogarte, que colmes un gran anhelo;

Que a mi padre idolatrado,
Khrushchev Ataca La Politico Su compafiero adorado,

I Lleves a su lado al cielo.


De Los E. U. En Cuanto A Cuba CORTE FEDERAL "Picnic"LUIS Bajo DIAZ Techo


Opina Que Arrastra Al Mundo Denunci6 el primer ministro como la soberanfa y vuelos en el espa- Condenados a 20 afios Cada Uno De La U. ItalianaEn

Hada\..Una Guerra Mundial "malignas fabricaciones" las cio aereo pueden tener catastr6ficas Declarados culpables por un Ju- su edificio de East Broad
ho- aseveraciones hechas en declara consecuenclas." way y la calle 18, la poderosa so
Pocas
MOSCU, Mayo 3. rado, los jovenes (Richard Beverly
militar clones oflclales de los Estados U- Agregd que estas consecuencias ciedad mutualista La Unione Ita-
ns despues de la parada Sanchez de 20 afios, y Servando
nidos de los vuelos serene so- seran sufridas por aquellos que liana celebr6 "Picnic" de
que
del lo de' Mayo, con gran canti-! Fernandez, de 25, que efectuaronun su pri-
mlnistro ,bre Cuba se hacen de acuerdo con conduzcan "una politica de agres6n Exchange mavera el domingo pasado, con
dad de cohetes, el primer asalto y robo en el
Khrushchev le di6 aviso a los Es- los arreglos a que llegaron el Pre contra Cuba." National Bank of Temple Terrace, resonante exito.

tados Unldos de que sus normal sidente Kennedy y el Premier Politica ModeradaEn fueron condenados a 20 afios de Antes de las 12:00: M. ya esta.

en cuanto a Cuba "pueden arras- Khrushchev en octubre de 1962. pris6n! cada uno, por el Juez Hen ,ban en la sala "bar" del edificio y
Cuanto A CubaRIO
trar al mundo hacia el abismo de "No hubo tal entendimiento, di ry II. Graves, qulen dljo no habla en el salon donde estuvlera el tea-
otra guerra mundial." jo el Premier, y no podia haberlo. DE JANEIRO, Mayo :5. tenido en cuenta el hecho de que tro, centenares de socios, sus a-

Los observadores occidentales La Unl6n Sovletlca Jamb llegaraa Uno de los generates usurpadores,, Sanchez se evadiera de la cancel migos y candidatos a puestos pu--
entendimiento otro Carlos Luis Quedes declareS aqui
un con es blicos.
Fernandez lo ayudara.
pinan en cuanto al aviso que es y que
tado cuenta de un tercero""Nosotros que el Congreso arrodlllado ele-
por Reciblan a los invitados con su
las mss duras dlrectasdeclaraciones Moclones de nuevo Juicio seran
ana de y
siempre hemos de- gira el sucesor de Castelo Branco acostumbrada amabilidad el
hechas por el go presentadas por los abogados pre-
clarado y declaramos una vez en la presidcncia, aunque la Cons Sanchez sidente Frank Settecasi el
fclerno Soviet desde la crisis de Frank Drittler, defensor de y secre-
los cohetes en 1962. mae que las amenazas contra Cuba tituci6n dispone que el Presidents y John B. Lawson, de Fernandez tario Paul Longo.
las continuadas violaciones de y Vicepresidente de la republica Los miembros de la Junta Di-

HAYDON, BURNS.... CIIOCO UN.... sean escogidos por votacio'n popu No les fu4 sefialada fianza. San rectiva, Damas y secciones trabaja-
(Vlene de la primer) (Vlene de la primer) lar. chez duo que habla Intentado fu- ron para complacer a todos.
La votaci6n en cuanto a la se- General. Castelo Branco acaba de Indi- El menu base de
dice en 'el Hospital garse para tratar de probar que era a "spaghet
nadurla federal aroja una mayoria Gllsson le dljo a la policfa qUA< car que en las relaciones del Bra es inocente. ti" con buena salsa y polio asado.
abrumadora a favor del Senador varios testigosle all con Cuba se seguira una linea Preciosas sefioritas senoras le
no vieS el tren; pero Fernandez aleg6 que los estupe- : y
Spessard Holland, que ha sldo relecto. dijeron al vigilante Lee Lanlo moderada; que el gobierno sigue facientes y las bebldas alcoholl- dieron mayor realce a la fiesta.
,
.\fEn que el recite)\ de Gllsson Corrla a examinando la posibilidad de, una cas 'le' arraslraron por el mal ca- I Por el triunfo social y monetario -
2,231 cot'i los, Holland cuenla -! velocidad de 50 millas por hora, se ruptura de relaciones con Cuba;; I wino y que no conslguld domlnar logrado, congratulamos con'en-
con 637,179 votos y su oponen. apart6 de la dlreccion que llevaba: pero que no hay raz6n "para tee esos vlclos. tera sinceridad a,La Unione.

le, Bralley Odham, con 278, 22. para pasar a un autom6vil que es- : ponder de miners lnconsiderada Llev6 la acusaci6n el aslstente En Su
El
las provocaciones de Fidel Cas I Hogar
Senador fuera goberna- a
El que taba dismlnuyendo la marcha y fiscal federal Joseph Mount.A .
dor de Florida, tiene 71 afios de choc6 con un vagdn del tren. tro. Amigo Fernandez

edad, pero su estado de salud es El retranquero George Gregory, Interrogado sobre el numero de diez afios cada uno fueron Est4 ya en su hogar de la calle

itueno. Durante la campana electoral de 35 afios, tenia en la mano una personas encarceladas por motl- condenados Leon Adjmis, de 60 aflos Braddock y en vlas de completo

destac6 sus 18 afios de servl- llnterna roja y blanca y la movia vos politicos en el pals, Milton y su hi jo Joseph Ad j mis, de I. restablecimiento, el antiguo y que-
dos en el Senado y su oposlcidn ala para avisar. Cuando v6! que el Campos, mlnistro de justicla, di 29, declarados culpables de utili-' rido amigo Jesus Fernandez Pen-

ley de derechos civiles. cocho iba a chocar, corriendo se jo que no podia declr el total de zar el correo para defraudar. I das, que fuera Condestable en este

Earl Fair cloth ,parece haber il- puso en salvo. los presos sometldos a las jurisdic. 'Durante el Juicio lloraron free Condado y el primer aviador de

do electo ,Fiscal General de Florida Manejaba j el tren de la Sea clones federal y de los estados. cuentemente el padre y el hi jo. merito que tuvo el pueblo latino.

tomando por base 2,237 cole- board Air Line, el maquinista Reynolds Muchos miles de ciudadanos es- Joseph Kossman, abogado de Como saben nuestros lectores,

lies, de 2,279, derrotando al actual Bryan, de 41 afios de edad. tan detenldos y dlariamente se ve- Pennsylvania que los defendi6 en por haberlo publicado este per6-!

Fiscal General, James Kynes, rifican miles de arrestos en toda el Juicio, pldi6 clemencla para e- dico, Jesus fu4 sometido a una

quo fuera nombrado por el gober RECOMIENDA.... la naci6n. bloc, mantenlendo que no son cri- delicada intervention quirurgicaen
de la primers) (Pasa a la pigtna 15) minales la famosa Cllnica
uador Faints Bryant. (Viene profesionales.Tamblen Mayo, situada
Faircloth, representante a la tigos de la Justlcia Racial. TEND RAN QUE..., los defendlA el letra- I en Rochester, Minn.

Camara de Florida, residents de Esta ley, dijo el Presidents, "va (Vlene da ,1* primers) do Alvin Malnlk, de Miami.En Satisfactorio es el resultado de

Miami, cuenta con 4 8,748 votos y a ser aprobada aunque nos lleve solver la cuesU! n. "Hemos sido otra causa los 'Adjmls fueron la operaci6n lo que es una agrada-
Kynes 'con 458,491. hacerlo todo el verano; esta ley pacientes, ahora lo somos y con.tlnuaremos condenados a 10 afios de prisi6n y bilisima noticia para todos los amigos -

Faircloth reclbld en el Condado va a ser firmada y puesta en vigor slendo pacientes.: sus abogados decidieron apelar. de la familia Fernandez

HlDsborough. 3 ,D48 votos y porque asl lo demanda la moral! En Washington los amenazantejcomentarios (Pasa a la pagina IS) Pandas y nosotros.AVISO .

Kynes 31,141. dad y la justicla." de Khrushchev y los
"Es vuestra tarea como hombres sorpresivos suaves comentarios de

ALTOS FUNC1ONARIOS... de Dlos, redespertar la con.ciencia Castro sobre los vuelos de avionesAmericanos
(Viene de la prim era) de nuestra amada tlerra! sobre Cuba, se Inter-

Richard Ervin, nombrado por el los Estados Unldos de America.Es pretan por los anallstas como que
Gobernador Farris Bryant, ha lido vuestra labor como profetas en el segundo cancela los efectos del
lecto nuestro tiempo dlrlglr el Inmenso primero. A nuestros muchos Marchantes y Amigos deSuperTest

1 v Jueces de, tribunales de apeh- poder de la rellgl6n para moldear Oficialmente el goblerno de los
queremos notificarles el Par-
clones reelectos tin opolcl6n: la conducta y pensamlento de los Estados Unldos 'no ha dicho nada que

Primer Distrlto-John T. Wigglnton hombres hacia sue hermanos en nuevo. Reafirma la necesidad de que de Diversiones Super-Test sera cerrado el

de Tallahassee. una manera ,conslstente con el a- verificar reconocimientos alreossobre
13 de Junlo hasta
nuevo aviso. Y desde ahora
',:' Segundo Dlitrlto-William P. mor y ,la compasl6n"1"Asi Cuba para Impedir el restablecimiento

'r Allen, de Lakeland, y Jack F. 1 que ayudennos en esta de ofensivas bases pasta que el Parque quede cerrado, sera gratis
White, de Clearwater, I hora. Ayudennos a Vet y barer lo de cohetes. Pero no se quiere declr
I,
Tercer Distrlto--Tillman Pearson q. debe hacer Inspirennos. con nada que pudiera provocar a Mos- montar en los aparatos que all hay. Vengan

;" y Norman Hendry, de Miami. renovada 16. Aglten nuestras con. cu o la Habana a hacer nuevas y monten-uno y todos. Les damos las gracias
Charles Andrews Jr., de Orlando clenclas. Refuercen nuestra volun- i promcsas de. bcllgerancia. Priva-
a poner nuestros los altos funclonarios a ustedes por lo que han hecho
: reclentemente nombrado por tad. Insptrennos( damente no por SuperTesty
:,
( .I Gobernador Farris Bryant para principios en 'action porque el future muestran alarma; pero siempre raantenemoa la esperanza de
vemplazar al Juex A. O. Kanner de nuestra U en la estacj- hay Inquietud. por supuesto, cuan- que segulran
t 4b Stuart fue elegido sin oposl- da eaty tamblen el futuro de la do el primer mlnistro ruso habla usando SuperTest.SUPERTEST'.

'H"! don en el,Segundo Distrlto nac6n.w de "cstastroflcas eonsecuenclas" silos
f vuelos sobre Cuba contlnoan.
t '
t' LA GACETA Tri-Lingual Newspaper Prevalece U creencla de que el
,
lider Soviltlco debe demostrarleI
Published Every Friday By, "
f la ChlnaComunJlta' y otros comunlstas -

LA GACETA. PUBLISHING COMPANY q. el no ha vendido a los
;
+ ROLAND MANT.IQA..DITOR' and PUBLISHER cubanos; en un facile trato,con los
i i'lor r VICTORIANO MANTBIQA.- (t$21.1aa. .,...,bUNcI.. EDITOR) and. fUBLISHtRjf. Estados Unldos. Oil, & Gas Co.

f1'.. M aeceadrelue f l matter, November 11th Ittt,'at the Pat, Obserrase quo presiones slmilares -
f \' "owJ. .1 T.WM. mUt, under the act of March lr.. 1IN.MM pueden siempre fonar a los Dale
Mabry
1./- 1Mh STREET P. O. BOX WM uses a actos staenaxantes, lo ,mis- y Columbia 'Drivet.
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I PROGRAMAS DE TELEVISIONWSUN 1
I DEFUNCIONES I
CANAL 38 Muchacha Trabajadora."

Domingo, Mayo 10 8:30-La: Hlja del Campesino. SRA. MARIA ORTEO GARCIA, lunes, saliendo el cortejo f &nebre
8:25: A. MOral Roberts. "Ml Hljo el Atleta." de 76 dos de edad, vecina del de la Capilla de Lord y Fenian.
9:00: -Curso de BibUa. 9:00-Ben: Casey. (R) 1607 Avenida 17 falleci6
el vier. dez, a las 4:00: de la tarde, para
10:30: Heraldos de la Verdad. 10:00-77: Sunset Strip. (R) nes de la semana pasada en un el cementerio de la socicdad La
11:00: -Sagrado Coraz6n. 11:30-Fiesta: de Balle de Fred hospital local y su entierro se verified Italia. Nacl6 en Italia y llevaba 61 i
11:30: Compas. Astaire. el lunes, partiendo el cor- afios de residencia en Tampa. De a
12: -"El, Procesajniento. 12:00: --Noticias. tejo fiinebre de la Capilla Jardinde ja un hljo Phillip DiSalvo; una iL
1:00: -"Heroes, Leyendas y Jueves, Mayo 14 Duval Funeral Home 3800 Ne- hija, Sra. Frances Arcuri; 17 nie
Baladas." 1:00 P. M.-Those Endearing braska, a las 4:00 de la tarde, para tos y 14 bisnietos. La famllla re-
L
1-30 Howard K. Smith. Young Charms," romance. el cementerio del Centro As- clblfi en la funerarla el p 'same de
2:30: Toda la America 6:30: -Pelfcula. "Ruthless" con turiano. Naci6 en Espana y lie- sus amistades. Car aron el Ufo DEPUTY PROTOCOL CHIEf- ,
Quiere Saber. &Debe ser Zachary Scott. vaba 44 afios de residencla en cdfago los Sres. John' DAvila, VIcente Chester C. Carter 43, Los f
fianza o cartel? 8:00-Donna: Reed. Tampa. Pertenecla al Centro As- DiSalvo, James Cascio, John deputy Angeles chief la the of protocol new U.S.In I
3:00-Vuestro: Veclno El Mundo. 8:30-Mis Tres Hijos. turlano y a la Iglesia Cat llca. Le Cascio, James DiSalvo y Angelo Washington D.C. A former ,I
4:00-"La: Ultima Barera." 9:00-Alfe>ez O'Toole. sobreviven su esposo Sr. Ramon DiSalvo. Peace Corps official, ht recently .
4:30: Patrulla de la Frontera. 9:30-Show de Jimmy Dean, Garcia; un liljo, Ellas A. Garcia, baa been deputy asiatant .
6:30: -Teatro 38. "Martin's con Molly Bee, Homer y en Ilomosassa; una hija, Sra. Jo- SR. DALDOMERO VELASCO, secretary of Stat for
Folly." Jethro y otros artlstas. sefina Gonzalez; dos hermanos y de 72 anos, vcclno del 3420 calle congressional relation
7:30: Empire, con Richard 10:30-Los: Detectives. "El una hermana en Espafia; una her- Chesnut, fallecl6 el vlerncs de la DIPUTADO JEFE DE PROTOCOLO -
Egan. Salto Largo." mana en Argentina y dos nietos. semana pasada en un hospital lo- -Chester C. Carter 43,
8:30: Arresto y Juicio. 11:30: -"La Maleta Magica. Un rosarlo se rez6 en la funerarla cal y su entlerro se efectud el lu- de Los Angeles, ei el nuevo Je-
10:00-Sam: Benedict, abogado. Viernes, Mayo 5 el domingo a las 7:30: de la nes, saliendo el Cortejo de la Capllla fe de protocolo de E. U. en
11:00: -Posta en San Francisco. 1:00: P. M.-"Cara de Angel." noche. Una misa de Requiem por Riverside, ,de Armando 1*. Washington, I>. C. Un antiguo
Lanes, Mayo 11 6:30: -Sugarfoot. "Tierra el descanso de su alma se dljo el Boza ((3809 N. Armenia), alii 4 oflclal del Peace Corps, ha *idortciententente
1:00: P. M.-"Acci6n en Arabia." Extrafia." lunes, a las 9:30: A. M., oflciando de la tarde, para el cementerio dlputado al.ten*
:5:00: -Alta Aventura, Junes a 7:30: -Destry. "La Muchachade el Padre Joseph Milan, de los Re- Centro Asturlano Memorial Park to secretaiio de E.tado para las
viernes. Oro S61ido". (R) dentoristas, en la Iglesia Nuestra La famllla reclbld el p 'same en relaclones congresionales.
:5:30: -Amos y Andy lunes aviernes 8:30: -La Ley de Burke. Sefiora del Perpetuo Socorro. Car- la Capilla. Nacid en Cuba y lleva
iQulen Mat6 a Harris garon el sarcoVago los Sres. Elias ba 60 anos de residencla en Tarn Ley Para LevantarLas
6:30: -Trails West. Crown? (R) A. Garcia, William Gonzalez.J. pa. Le sobreviven un hljo, Angel Restricciones
"Jivaro. 10:00: -Pelea de la Semana. E. Champun, Jose1 Fernandez, Velasco, en Miami; thes hljas, se-
7:00-"Vo pass a ser un Jos6 Torres de Puerto Dr. O. A. JuArez y Manuel Diaz floras Aida Pla, Olga Fernandez y Pol:" casBUENOS
-Jivaro". Rico, contra Wilbert Cao. Dalia Peace csta en Miami; clnco AIRES Mayo 4.-El
7:30: -"Specimen: Unknown." McClure, de Toledo, Ohio. nietos y tres bisnietos. Era soclo Prcsidente Arturo Illia le ha en-
11:30-Teatro: de Ficcl6n y 10:45: -Polos, comentando Johnny SRA. ANTONIA DISALVO de del Centro Asturiano. Cirgaron el viado al Congreso un proyecto de
Ciencia. "Facsimile." Johnston. 90 dos de edad, vecina del 3112 sarcofago los Sres. Angel Henry, ley que si es aprobado levantari
Martes, Mayo 12 11:30-Un: Secreto MAs Mortifero I calle 16, deJ6 de existir el viernes Evello y Ruben Velasco y Manuel las restrlco ones Incondlclonales
6:30-Bronco.: "Legado de que la Bomba At6mica. I de la semana pasada en un hospital Fernandez. Escolta' de honor, A contra los Comunlstas y los Peronistas. -
Twisted Creek." Sibado, Mayo 16 local y su entierro se efectud el blllo PIA, Tony Peace Tony Fernandez .
7:30: Combate! "Doughboy." 10:00: -Bongo Bailey en y Al Dlamonte. Eatima el goblerno que la ley
8:30-La: Marina McIIale. JungleLa.10:3GTterra "Aseslno a Bordo." slgnlflca el retorno a la Constltuclonalldad .
9:00-The: Greatest Show on : Magica de 5:00: -Deportes. Campeones de SRA. COLOGERA MANDESE, y la ellmlnaclon de la
Earth. "Carve. Allakazan. Gimnasia; Pruebas Para de 89 aflos, vecina del 2501 calle leglslacidn represlva.
10:00: -El Fugltivo. "La Bruja. 12:00: -Bugs Bunny. la Carrera de 500 millas.6:30"Expedition. 19, falleci6 el domlngo pasado en El poder leglslatlvo esti const*
11:00: -"The Killer Tree.." 12:30: -Musica Americana. : ." un hospital local y su entierro se derando una medida que manten-
Mlercoles, Mayo 13 2:30 Funci6n del Sabado. 7:30: -Hootenanny. (R) efectuo el mattes, partlendo el dra la prohlblclon contra el parti
'1:00: -"La Alegre Divorciada. "Allegheny Uprising." 8:30: -Show de Lawrence Welk. cortejo fiinebre de la Capilla Wilson -do Peronista si usa el nombre del
6:30: Stoney Burke. "El 4'OO-Lol Bucaneros. 9:30: -Hollywood Palace con Sammon Co. Funeral Home, a ex dlctador Juan Domingo Per6n
Contendiente." "Conqulsta de Nueva Fred MacMurray, Dorothy las 4:00: de la tarde, para el ce en su Utulo y tamblen se comer
7:00-Ozzle y Harriet. Providencia. Collins y otrai estrellas. menterio de la Union. Itallana vara Lucia de la ley al partido
8:00-show: de Patty Duke. "La 4:3G-U. S. Border Patrol .10:30: -Estrellas de los Bolos. (PaM a la piglna 4) Comunista si promote obediencla I

.. ---- ---- a una. pottncla ..cxtranjera o que* '
da sujeto a ordenes env neat. de
a- ," i F fuera del pals.Premio '\
Compare los Colados de Gerber'sALIMENTOS

Precios de De 'BuenaCiudadania
;
Almacn de
MEMPHIS Tenn., Mayo 4. Al
todos los djas, Dr. Hollis F. Price, de rasa negra
presldente del Coleglo Lemoyne,
en Kash n'Karry le tub entregado aqul, el) sAbado,
con los KARRY el premlo de Buena Ciudadania
del Gremlo de Perlodlstas de
de cualquierSuperMercado I WHOLESALE PARANENITOS Memphis.
Sa le concedl6 el honor por sus
SUPIR MARKETSPompeian
conitructlvos servlcloi como edu
en la Ciudad. eador y lIder clvlco' en Memphis. 1
Tiene 58 aflos de edad e Ingre* i I
s4 en la facultad del Coleglo Le
-- -.-.- I le nombr6
moyne el aflo 1840. S<

Puro 6 JARRITAS 54 C ZA preildente en 1943.del plantel de enicflan*

0 0 Fu6 profesor en el Institute Tus
kegee, en Alabama. Aqul fu* can
dldato a mlembro de la Junta de
IMPORTADO Educaclon el alto paiado y los
RONCO. I'AQUETE DE 12 ONZAS
prejulclos le derrotaron.

CODITOS MACARRONES 18 c Bngle Se Retiro

: ACEITE 0, : .> De Las Primarias

i De[ CaliforniaSAN

FRANCISCO, Mayo fl. -Aconsejado .
PROGRESSO LATA DE ONZAS por sus m'dleo..1 .,-
nador federal Clair Engle .e ha
SALSA DETOMATE 9c retlrado de las proximas steals
:8 nee primaries y esto qulere decir
de OUVA . 0 que no siplra ya a la reelection.
Las prlmarias eitln jade para

: .1 Eagle 2 de junlo.le envlo1un Ulegrama

BORDEN'S GLACIER CLUB al AsamblelsU Tom Carrell. Jel.d. .

LATA DE 32 ONZAS . .. $1.13 I' MEDIO decision.. su campafla, comunlcindole su

: I' GALON 48c Dos operadonec en, el ,wrebroe
MANTECADOLATH' fueron bechas al ....CSor, la
I LATA DE 16 ONZAS . 64C I . primers en agoito del! aflo pasado

I I I I y Ja oltlma el vleme, 24 de bril.Tiene .
:52 aflos de edad.
DE 8, OlSZAS . 37c
DELMON1CO PAQUETE DE 1 LIBRA Con !la retlrada de Enfle. los
candidate eon mis probaibilidadesle

{ BOTELLA DE 4 ONZAS 20C ; i MLGADOS lograr la postulacMn son Pierre
; i I Salinger, ex secretario. de prensa
69 U Caw Blanca y Alan Grans'or

L.T ELLA.DE 2 ONZAS.: :_. 12c: ; Us ted ''Va a Enamorarse con los Precios plrantes t contralor son ,11 del, 'Itad Lot. av

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VIERNES DE MAYO\ DE 1964
PAGINA 4 LA GACETA

Senalada Otra Vez Allen Thomas -! DEFUNC10NES :- I

Para El Sabado Contra Foster (Vlene fie la paglaa X) Miami, Francisco Ordaz, FeUd Di
Rosa Sara Mandese; diez nietos
lunes en la y
rez6 el
ACCRA, Ghana, Africa Mayo 7. CHICAGO Mayo 7. Pelearan Un rosario se noche. ocho bisnietos. Cargaron el sar-
y
de la
8:00
I -La pelea del cubano "Azucar" aqui mafiana a 10 asaltos, Allen funeraria a las : duo ell c6fago los Sres. Don McMahon,
Ramos campe6n del peso pluma Thomas, peso completo ligero de Una misa de Requiem se 10:00 Sam A. Cacciatore, Jesus Frank
las : ,
la ana, a
que fuera suspendida la semana Detroit, y Bob Foster, de Washington martes por ma Senora del' Lima, Vicente N. Mandese Vicente -
est& de nuevo sefialada en la iglesia Nuestra
pasada, pa. Naci6 en Italia J. Mandese y Chas. Parlapiano.NACUIICNTOS .
ra pasado ma ana, sAba do. El "combate" serA televisadopor Perpetuo Socorro.
(Ramos tendra de oponente a la red de television ABC, a y Hevaba 62 afios de residencia
Floyd Robertson, de Ghana y el las 9:00: de la noche hora Stan en Tampa. Pertenecfa como aso-
JiY encuentro serf a 15 asaltos. dard del Este. dada a La Unione. Deja cuatro hi- Hospital General
Jos Antonio Johnnie A., Nick A., Un nlno, hi jo de los csjosoi
y Vincent A. Mandese; cuatro hi. John L. Guajliardo, del 13:. East::
Gano LorenzenLa Sera 'Desastrosa'La I
Jas, Sras. Gaetano Parlapiano en I.J Davis Boulevard.
I
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Carrera Postulacion

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300 De Goldwater --

! INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana Mayo WASHINGTON, Mayo 5. El
4-.Gan6 ayer la carrera Yankeede Senador Jacob K. Javits, que re- Mucho agradezco I
300 millas, Fred Lorenzen de presenta a Nueva York en la alta
A NEW VOICI-A man in New Elmshurst, Illinois, campe6n del camara de la nac6n! declar6 an- la oportunidad que
York demonstrate an Improved afio 1963 en el clrcuito de la teayer que si el partido Republl- i
larynx to model provide of an a electronic voice for NASCAR para coches de "stock. cano pierde los estribos y postula ti y3 ustedes me han
persons who have lost theirs Establecid Lorenzen una marca candidato presidencial al Senador
through surgery or paralysis.The de velocidad de 79,127 millas, ma- Goldwater, el resultado sera desas- :a dado de continuar i
model, being made available nejando un Ford de este silo I troso y el partido perdera" la esta-
by; on Bell a non-profit Telephone Companies basis, Parnelli Jones de Torrance California : tura politics que tqdavfa tiene. ; sirvi ndoles como
has a smaller head.When held Ileg6 en segundo lugar i Javits opina que los Mderes re- i
against the throat, the device con un "Mercury" de este silo y I'' publicanos estan obligados aha. x' vuestro Tasadorde +
sends sound waves that can be Darrell Dieringer, de Charlotte, blar sin demora porque no es po-
formed and tongue Into words of the by; person.the lips Carolina del Norte, arrib6 en ter- sible que ningun lider se cruce de Contribuciones. I It
cer lugar con un "Mercury" de brazos mlentras su partido se mue- siti P' i+Y'f
NUEVA VOZ-Un hombre, en ve hacia afuera de la verdadera I II
Nueva York, demuestra el ago 1964.No pudieron finalizar por des. vida publica americana. 3 R. R. BOBWALDEH
de una laringe electrfnlca, para composicl6n mecanica. Glen (Bola Muchos de los lideres agreg6 el > f
qulenes ban perdldo la propia de Fuego) Roberts, que guiaba Senador mlran con visible "com- I
debldo a opcrac6n! o paralisls.Fiie" un Ford 1964, y A. J. Foyt de placencia" como Goldwater gana I I1
hecha pot la Bell Telephone Houston Texas, tam+biin con un delegados, en la creencia de que ---------------1,
Co. sin fines lucrative Al po. Ford 1964. no sera nominado.
nerse junto a la garganta en- ---
via ondas sonoras que pueden
transfformarse en palabras medlante ''$ i < : rf t
los labios y la lengua. 4

Perdio La Vida 9 t;;,? c'G ?;Ff i' Sohn1t

En Un Accidente

Motocicleta

CLEARWATER, ,Mayo 5.-John
Billy Britt, de 30 afios veclno del
707 y medlo N. Garden Ave., en
esta cludad, perdi6( la vida cuan-
do la motocldeta que manejaba
Asa David Eady. de 34 ,altos d$
la mlsma direlcidn, choc6 contraun
puente, 'le arrancd un pedazode
concreto y cay6 en un canal.
Eady recibld leslones muy graves
y rutS aslstido en el hospitalde

Dunedin.El .
vigilante John Russl, de la
policla de carreteras de Florida
dice que el accidents ocurri6 en
la carretera del Estado No. 580
al este de Dunedin; que Eady lie-
g6 a la curva del pequefio puente
con velocidad do 63 mill as, perdi6 _
el domlnio de la motocldeta, pa. _
tin6 esta 189 pies, choc6 con el _
muro de conten del puente, lo _
derribd en parte y los dos hombres .' '
fueron arrojados al canal, '
Despues la motocicleta corri6 otros ,

20 pies. ; /
Era el limite de velocidad de 43:
mlllas por hors en el sltio don- ,
de ocurr6! la detifacla.Coronada U> .1

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Reina I" ''W1a .

De Una Escuela

En una brlllante ceremonia fu< 'tl lit AMOSJ '
coronada Reina de la escuela Villa AHORROS Y PREST
Madonna della Neve, el mierco- .
les, la Srta. Barbara Ann Polclno,
de 13 silos, hlja de los esposos Muchas\ personas plensan de nosotros solamente como de una Instltucl6n de Ahorros, a
Ralph Polclno, con domlcillo en el) donde obtlenen una alta utiUdad en sus Inverslones con absoluta seguridad % otras ;
4618 Harvey Drive. lenen a Fidelity Federal ectrictamente para sus necesidades en presUmos hipoteca- 1: .
Componen la corte de honor de ,- '< rios. Nosotros Irs InvitanMM a pensar en nosotro para ambos senrlcios como se.. '
la soberana las Srtai. Marilyn Me. 1# dice en nuestro nombre complete: Fidelity Federal Savings and Loan Association of ,u#) I ,
nfndez, primera princess, Tina .. Tampa. .
Menlkis, segunda! princess, y Julia '
Diaz' Vickie Miranda Rhonda Rodriguez. .-. El corriente dividendo de Fidelity Federal de 4U% por she ninguno mis alto I'S..J, \ 1 J, ;
Petty Herbert, Margaret, t en Tampa. En Fidelity vuestras economies nUn aseguradas por una agenda del ',. .i'' ::';:\:;j : ;
Mauriclo, Patricia Zistler. Yvette Goblerno de los Esiados Unldoc. Les Invitamos a que detengan la marcha en tDa). :
Walker, Marcla Pita, Yolanda E.. r qulera de nuestros convenlentes locales y quo nos pennitan ayndarlos con sus pro. : ;
.,' tkK'r I Ir
pino Crystal Busbee, Jeaninne ; gramas de ahorros asegurados.Todos \
8
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Marchesotta, Kathy Herrick; ,. t ', ... \: los prestamos Upotecarios no son Iguales quiz Fidelity Federal tiene el ', I
.
James'Wehman y Sam Lumla, pa. mejor plan'para u.... Vblte cualqnlera de .nnestros convcnlentes locales Fidelity ,t
Jel. Federal ezpetimentados officiates de prestamos nlpotecarios Its ayndaiin a esco.. t I"o.....
.- .- get el plan mis apropUdo para niestres necesidades parUcnlares. 1l1' ;
Kenny Lane PelearaEn t

Africa Del Sur '\ V 0MM

< JOHANNESBURG, Africa del a 4;%ANNUM'' ,
Sur, Mayo 7. Kenny Lane, de .j\S \ ,
Muskegon, Michigan, combatira aqul s CURRENT \
pasado mafiana, con Stoffel
Steyn de eats cludad. Los dos per- t ," FIDELITY FEDERAL \ D'V'DEN' j
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tenecen a la division de Us 133libras. ,
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I
I Grecia: LUna Nueva Era Poltitica? Tertulia Espanola

Por MARC MARCEAU clento en 1952 a un 35 por clent Por ENRIQUE J. CERVANTES
(Grecia ha pasado a convertirse, en 1964. Las elecciones del 16 de Director de la InterAmericanPress
por tres motives diferentes, en uno febrero pasado, que representanpara Agency, de Madrid, y .
de los centros de la atencton mun- el Sr. Yorgos Papandreu, de nuestro Corresponsal-Jefe en
dial. La muerte del Rey Pablo I y 75 afios, un triunfo personal, son Espa a.
el ascenso del nuevo y joven sobe- mucho mis que un simple 6xito HOY EN ESPAftA
rano Constantino, el conflicto de electoral. Cara y Cruz De La Ferla Sevillana j
Chipre y el triunfo de la Union En Greela, las batallas polltica i La Ferla de Sevilla, ya lo saben
del Centro de Yorgos Papandreuen giran esencialmente alrededor de I ustedes, es una de las mils feliccs
las elecciones griegas del 16 personalidades de mayor o Menor tradiclones de este pals, en el que
de febrero constituyen tres te- envergadura. La derecha griega la fiesta es algo substantial de la y t

mas. Marc Marceau, director de jams ha Ilegado a formar un par. raze Y decir Feria en Sevilla e-
Europe Sud-Est de 'Atenas, ha es- tido verdaderamente organizado, qulvale a derroche de luz, de ale-I
crito para "Preuves Informations"de con jerarqula y discipline, con sus grfa y de "tronio." I
Paris y para "El Mundo en Es- secciones locales, sus federaciones Cada afio, en una renovation
pa ol" un certero anilisis de este un consejo national, su prensa continua de lo que parece Insuperable
ultimo aspecto de la actualidad sus organizaciones obreras, van afiadidndose nuevos a.
griega. Qu6 experiencias se des- sus movimlentos de J6venes y todo licientes. La Plaza de la Maes-
prenden de la d err o t a de la ese aparato organizativo que eel tranza, una de las grandee cate-
derecha en Grecia, del p u 4 s que coordina y fortlfica a toda drales del toreo en el mundo, se
de mils de trelnta afios de organlzacion politics que no qule- convlerte en el tribunal de la re-
disfrute ininterrumpido del po- ra ser un fragil mosalco de Into valida para cada matador puntero,
der t Por que la Unl6n del Centro reses, muy a menudo divergentes y alii van todos a recibir el es
obtuvo la mayoria absoluta de su- Este grupo politico no supo re paldarazo de la temporada. AMERICANS RETURN RUSSIAN VISIT-Mr.and Mrfl.Victor Podt-
and their of the Soviet Union arc
neyev daughter, Olaa,
fragios para los cargos parlamenta- convertirse, sumlnlstrar, nuevos SI se trlunfa en la Maestranza, flanked by: Mr*. James McKenzie (left, and her husband,
rios {A quo" causas se debe el cuadros, ideas politicas y soclale hay torero para rato; un suspenso James (right) after the McKeniles arrived in Moscow Tho
final de un periodo y el comienzo mejor adaptadas alas realidades sobre el albero sevillano, cs una McKenzies, of Portsmouth, Ohio, were hosts to the Soviet
de lo que empieza a ser llamadauna nacionales. Esta- falta de vision, desgracia diflcll de borrar.En family: during a Christmas 1903 visit to the United States The \
couole are accompanied by a son, Phillip on trip to Soviets
"nueva era"? El tema merece ilustrada por la ausencia de una la tercera corrida de la Fe
'ser estudiado no solamente por toque politica audaz, que hublera po- ria se ha producido el gran fen6.I INTERCAMBIO DE V1SITAS-Victor Podineyer, su esposay
respecta al caso griego! sino dido atraer a las masas populates, I meno: la apoteosls de "EL COR la hlja de ambos, Olga, de la Union SovKUca, aparecen con
por la erperiencia que puede a* debla fatalmente conducirla a su DODES", que en su prImera actuaci6n James McKenzie y su esposa al llegar itos a Motco. Son dies
portar a America Latina.-S.D.P.) Waterloo. La derecha ''griega! nun ya babfa cortado una o- de Portsmouth, Ohio, y recibleron en su rasa a los ruios cuan- +
ca fu6 una verdadera derecha en reja. do vlnleron a los Estados Unidos durante la Navldad de 1963.

La derecha Griega y sus diri el sentido occidental de la palabra. Obtener este galarddn en la Los esposos McKenzie fueron con su hljo Phillip, de 14 aftos.

gentes fueron regularmente adver- Si un dia, bajo una forma u otra, Maestranza, y un torero de C6-
twos de los peligros que les ame- directs o indirectamente, la dere
doba
la ciudad rival, con Ronda,
nazaban. Despuls de la frustrada cha se volviera a encontrar en el
en escuelas tsurinas,' ya es mu [ PiiiMAID1TiEiiiii0I1 1
revoluci6n comunista de 1944 y poder, ya no seria nunca lo que cho. Pues bien: El Cordobe's con
de la fallida revoluci6n tdcnlca de fue antes de febrero de 1964. SI
sigui6 en esa tarde memorable de WTVT, CANAL 13 Conmovleron al Mundo. r
sobrevivlr deberfi "recapacitar"
1952, era evidente que el pueblo qulere ,
su segunda actuation ante los se- Domingo 10 10:30 What's Line.
Mayo : -- My
sobre si misma.
griego tratarfa, un dfa u otro, de .
desprenderse de los cuadros de. Ante la derecha desalentada, villanos, nada menos que cortar 10:00: -Scrie Religion con el 11:30: Pelicula.( "El Comando.
dos orejas y el rabo a uno de sus Dr Crothers. Lunts, Mayo 11
contradlc-
proplas
masiado estrechos. Los dirigentesno perdida en sus
admltian consejos ni tomabanen clones e incapaz de responder alas enemigos. jQu6 hula ese hombrel.! 10:30: ( -"Instituciones Crlstlanas 9'00 A. M.-rellculi. !
Ilizo lo indecible.' television I
La "
del Mundo. "Embraceable You.
cuenta las advertenclas. profundas aspiraciones del pue-
La derecha griega, al cabo de blo, los griegos tenlan que vol. d6! para toda Espafia un reportaje 10:30: --De Cara a la Nad n. :5:50: P. M.-Pulso. "ElCamaronero.
Pan la p&gina 6) cinematografico completo de su 12:25: -Belsbol. Rojos de ."
treinta afios, cay6 de un 50 por ( a
faena al sexto toro de la tarde. Clncinatl contra Phillies 7.00-Joan Crawford y Jack
Iliio lo que nunca se habia vlsto de Filadelfla. Canon en "Mildred :'
sill; pasarse el toro a dlstancia in- 4:30-Ted: Mack y artistes Pierce"
verdslmll, sin ceder un milimetro, aficionados 9:00-Danny: Thomas
mover la mufieca con domlnlo y S:00: -Siglo Vetnte. (Repetition) 9:30: Andy Griffith.
& temple; ligar, la liens sln descom* :5:30: -Diografia del Gral. George 10.00-East Side-West Side (R)
-
poner un instant. liTftgura; echarle Marshall 11:30: -Roaring 20'*. "Footlights."
1BirmN no solo valor, sino gracla y ar- 7:00: -Lasle. (Repeticldn) 12:30: -Pollcfa de Carreteras,
te, hasta hacer que el publlco, en- '7:30-MI: Marclano Favorito. lunes a viernes. +
tregado por completo, flamease los 8:00: -Ed Sullivan con Sammy Martes, Mayo 12
pafiuelos, antes de que el diestro Davis, Jr., y Mary Tyler 9:00: A. M.-"The Golden '
entrase a ma tar. Y la suerte su Moore. Hawk."
Meaningful Momentoes (Pus a U pifina C) 9:00: -Diez Segundos que (P.sa a U paglaa 0)Jasiamettte )




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( I II I Grecia: iUna Nueva Era Politica? Dinamitado _VII

I (Vlen.. de la pagina 5)) parte de los que votaron por el El AutomovilDe

1 'I verse bacia otras formaciones po- Sr. Yorgos Papandreu, este ultimo Schossow

liticas. A la izquierda, la E. D. A. encarna una "democracia virtu En el autom6vil de Samuel C.

se encontrd obstrufda por el he- sa" tanto como social. Schossow, de 24 anos, vecino del
cho de que el soclallsmo esta to- Es, por consiguiente, una neces alguien
4103 Suwanee, coloc6
davfa confundido con un, comunismo dad de "vtrtud", de salud polit- bomba de fabricaci6n dom stica una

que es anterior el en Gre ca, de prefundas reformas 10 que de la
el jueves semana pasada
y el
el trlunfo de la
asegur6 en parte
cia.La vehiculo sufri6 danos de consideraci6n.
Unl6n del Centro (que en Uni6n del Centro. El pueblo re- -

globa el partido de los liberates clama y espera un verdadero Aparentemente el hecho
venlzellstas) adopt6 poslciones "cambio". Si el Centro y su jefe tuvo
I origen en que Schossow trabaja
II francamente progreslstas y apro- llegan a Justificar tantas esperanzas la Florida Steel Corp.
,
vech6 el movimlento pendular populares, la derecha, enton para cu-
I obreros estin en huelga
: % marcado desde finales de 1960. 1desllzamiento ces, corre el pellgro de hundirse yos des.
de hace tres meses. ,
\ hacia un Centro iz poco a poco en el olvido y la ex \
Intervino en la Investigation
qulerda .f ue mss acelerado porque trema izquierda perdera mis te- el
policfa Peter Napier, a quien
I una especle de complejo conmovk rreno. Si el Centro no consigu el
I p'F a los medios burgueses, como II reallzar con ixito su experienci perjudicado le declar6 que en va-
rias ocaslones le habian
dieho
se avergonzaran de pertenecer a o si decepciona o se desorienta, q. ,
I il la vida de I
ganaba modo
se
una clam de la que no tenian conS las reacciones seran imprevisible ligroso. pe- I
ciencia. tanto en un sentldo como en otro.
-
La actividad desordenada y pro. Su brillante victoria puede marcar
I -
''vocadora de algunos pequenos una evoluci6n acelerada en todo LAIRD T

grupos, fascistas retrasados o de- los dominios. Una eventual debil
,
EXCHANGE WEDDING RINGS Princess Irene of the Nether- sesperados de extrema derecha, dad barf que, una vez tabs, la I
lands and Prince Carlos lingo of Bourbon Parma exchange Mobile HomesInc.
cre6 la montana hubiera parido un rat6n.
rings at their wedding ceremony in Rome. The 24-year-old desagradable- --impres6n- de
princess, who became a Roman Catholic and surrendered her que Grecia era un Estado autorltarlo -
rights of succession to the Dutch throne, wept openly as she y pollcfaco, mlentras que de Vigsimo Aniversario .
knelt at the altar. Her white wedding from Paris
gown was ihecho nunca ha faltado un libe- 6307 Nebraska Ave.
and was topped by a half-million-dollar tiara heirloom. ralismo un poco incoherente. De Las N. ,UnidasSAN LARGE SELECTIONOF

INTERCAMDIO DE ANILLOS-La princes Irene, de ITolan- Acaso aun mas que los factores FRANCISCO, Mayo 4. ,
:da, y el prfacipe Carlos Hugo de Borbon Parma, de Espana, economicos y soclales, que la mi-
Planes se est n preparando para
Mobile Homes
iatercamblan anlllos al casarse en Roma. La princess, de 24 seria de los campos, la ,angustla 'de festejar en junio del ano 1965, el
anos de edad, se convlrtld al catollclsmo y renuncid a sus los joVenes ante un porvenir car. vigesimo aniversario de las Na New and Used
i derechos al trono de Holanda. Su vestldo de boda fu6 trafdo gado de nubes, la emigration, el ,
clones Unidas nacieron aqui I
,
f de Parfs. Us6 una tiara que cost medlo mllI6n de d61ares y desequllibrlo entre gentes que All Sizes All Floor Plans :
quo le correiponde como herencla.: ( siado ricas y gentes dema.1 Tres dial durarA el programa,
comenzando el 26 de Junlo al mediodia 8.10.12.20 Widen
bres, fueron factores psicologicos
.1 i Denegado Un PRO GRAM AS ETELEVISION los que llevaron el Centro al po- cuando se flrm6 la Cartaen FROM $500 UP

I Nuevo Juicio A der. A1 dfa slgulente de las elec- el silo 1945. A Floor Plan, Price and

Jack clones del 16 de febrero, un xno- Los gastos, calculados en $150 Size for every Family need. I

Ruby (Vlene de la pagina 5)) desto funcionsrio no's declarabacon 000, ,seran costeados por esta ciu "Satisfied Customers..IIave I
DALLAS, Texas, Mayo 4. La alegria la "Ahora I dad y los californi anos.
7:00: P. M.Cludad al Desnudo. en cara: sera built our business"
semana pasada el juez Joe E. dinero le enviara al Se-
"The Human Trap. poslble hater huelga sin ser Ese se Shop in the cool of the evening I
Brown denegd una moc6n de nue- 8:00: Hora de Red Skelton. tratado de comunista." Una ciera cretario General U. Tfaant, el lode
OPEN TIL 9 P. M.
TO Juicio presentada a nombre de 10:00-Show: de Garry Moore. forma 'de "anticomunlsmo" artificial junto, segun el Alcalde John F. I
SAT 8 to 6 SUN. 1 to 6
Jack el aseslno de
Ruby, Lee 9:00: -Petticoat Junction. tenfa que irritar a todos Shelby.

Oswald. 9:30: -Jack Benny con Mickey los que piden un aumento de suel- Los detalles serin acordados I PHONE 233.1631 I,
Un Juicio para decldlr del esta- Rooney. (iR) do sin pensar en Marx, Engels o por representantes de San Francisco -- --,

do mental del condenado a rauerle 10:00-Show: de Garry Moore. enin. las Naciones Unidas y la representaci6n I Oat
le ha sldo pedldo al juez por atm6sfera agobiadora de los Estados Uni-
11:30: -Estacion de Pollda No. 87. La de "esandslos ALUMINUM
noo de los abogados de la defen- "Lady In Waiting." grandes o pequenos, dos, presidlda por Adlai E. Steven.
...
Mill-coles, Mayo 13 verdaderos o' lalsos, que no' ''ban son. CARPORTS

Inmediatamente, se prepararawna 0:00: A. M_"Robbery Under respetado ''nada nl nadle, contri- Esp rase que aststan el Presi

apelacl6n con'la esperanza de Arms. buy6, aslmismo, en gran ''part, dent de los Estados Unldos;. el ;. wl
I quo con edl 'uri nuevo' Juicio el 7:00: P. M.-Show de Lucia Ball. a eats irresistible desllzamiento Secretarlo ,General y los delegados "
Tribunal
I Supreme del estado. 7:30: -ReporUJe CBS. hacla el Centro. Para la mayor de 113 patses.

8:30: -Broadway Goes Latin, con
TERTUUA ..ear
Alberto Rocchl y Emilia
prema fu6 digno remate de la memorable Conde.

faena 9:00-Beverly: Hillbillies. Make it a really PHONE
Una estocada y el delirio. 353.3161
9:30-Show: de Dick Van Dyke.
Nunca le habian adlmrado en una 10:00-Danny: Kaye, Harvey Mother's
mlsma tarde tantai tandas de na- Korman y artiste special Day, ass
iurales, nl con un dominio tan invitados.

condo y seguro. El Cordobei ha 11:30: -Surfslde 6. "Local Girl. May 10th. FHOBCCTS CO.Vrtli .
btenldo matricula en Sevllla, y give
Iu
!
ya no le discute: nadle Jueves Mayo 14 < ereroa

La1 contrapartida esta en que alas 9:00: A. "Masterson de

"r pocai boras de ell inenarrablc Kansas." : ;
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corrida, ardleran tesenta y iletecasetM 7:00: P. M.-Maverick, con Jack :: : i .. .
en el Real de la Ferla. Kelly.8.00'Rawhide.. Permits que las.Habiles

Una chispa, desprendlda de un "Incidente del Embellecedoras de ,

horniUo entre las casetas 113 y Peyote Cup." EVELYN'SBEAUTY

115, prendld en la lona, y a favor 0:00: Perry Mason. SALON
del fuerte vlento relnante so pro- 10:00: -Teatro Dick Powell Le Ayuden a Realzar I
pagaron las llamas con una rapl- ""Corra hasta queObscurezca. Su BellezaNo

des extraordinaria. Una rafaga de ." es necesarlo una tits
alre arrastrd un trozo de tela ardlendo 11:30: Suspicion. "Un Toque de t Antlcipada .

y el fuego se propag6 a la Pervenldsd. ABIERTO EL VIERNES '

Idlers de casetas situadas enfren- Viernes, Mayo 5 ... HAST LAS 9:00: P. M. ;

to. En pocos minutos, el bello pa. 9:00: A. M.-"Triple Decepel n." c,' I EN WEST TAMPA '

Ito adornado con gallardetes y 7:00 P. M.-El Rebelde. "El :. ), 3223 CYPRESSHAM1URGIRS
cadenetas, era una hoguera In- Clmpe n."
snensa. Las casetas del Ayuntaniento 7.3G-La Gran Aventura. "The .J
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del Clrculo de Lsbradores, Great Diamond Mountain"8.30Ruts
4e la Asociacion: de la Prensa y de 68. Martin Milner y "-

muchas entidades de las que rlvalizan George Maharis. (R) (

en montar sus tablaos por 9:3o-Lee Marvin presents. ,,
todo lo alto, quedaron reducidas aIDa Chicago A." .. ,
esqueletos metAllcos. Los mueties 10:00-Hora de Alfred Supp-hose Regular !

pudleron ser puestos a salvo Hitchcock.11:30Checkmate.. tUNS

a doras penal; pare cuando: los "Jungle bv,\ jLI 0-
tomberos domInaron el sinlestro, CaIU,."

el. eipecticulo era desolador. Satato, May 1C the
Claro que SevUla no se hunde 8:00 A. K.-c&ptaln Kangaroo. origasalaWnylonfasliions4portstocEng 'e ;

par eso, e Inmediatamente los selilinni 9:00-.Show de Alvin. ":
encontraron un lema para 10:30-Mlgbty: Mouse. (R)

awfuir el rltmo' de su'Feria, como 12:30: -Notldas CBS a1nthS pee.. titft..fihe perfect comhIBatfoa"t.ett' : MIRACLE. WHIP

at nada bublese ocurrldo:: "Antes 12:55-AUeUcos: de Kansas "dll.ahlon.Give her Sopp4**e........ :
ahora ne clo." E iame- Yankees. ,.,
trdJendo, City contra ..aJl.a7Jea."en ItGckIq tJIat..JBOtJaR i
Aatamente comensaron a montar 4:30: -Carrera de Caballos. look M Reed M ***!!feeL There'nothing met*

4e nuero las casetas, sobre los Preakness con $150,000 de !fajhloasibk for longwearing aopport I 1.
fcscoldos' hum ante. y se tree que premios, '
.a relatlcuatro boras babri don.pareddo 5:30-rYo tengo un Secreto. '5/e>21led er.t"'t1'T.f4.Hpr.C l irseie .

basta el, ultimo vestiglo 6:30-Password.

del incendlo. 7:30-Jackle Gleasoa.
Total, una ronda mis de manaallla 8:3G-Lot Defeesores. jI Vega

( que se nos ha Ido", fit el 10:00-Gunsmoke. ,
: ...
comentario de los, optlmlataa. 11:30-1.0 Motor 4e Rowood. AUYOUNtfOrbftPAGINA

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VIERNES, 8 DE MAYO DE 1964. LA GACETA PAGINA 7


'BALANCE DE 25 A OS DE DICTADURALa

#NEW Agonia Del ll glmen Franquista (Articulo Inserto en "El Tlempo", ;I

de Bogota, en "La Republic, de Caracas., en "Novedades", de Mexico J
PEAcH BRANDY -, Y
FLAVOR Por FERNANDO VALERAA i Gaulle se ha salvado a ultima ho-

primcros de Abril se habra i ra, a pcsar de la fenomenal memo-

conmemorado en Madrid con cran I ria con quo le dot6 la naturaleza

\elntlcin sobre todo para recordar renco-
solemnidad y aparato el : -
co aniversarlo de la victoria de res-, el Caudillo ha ido dlsfra-

Franco sobre el pueblo espaAol.Suponemos zandose de democracla y arriman-

que se trata de la victoria dose a la sombra protectora de las
banderas de la libertad. Las mis-
sino
N mllltar, que no fiie"suya,
alemanas mas banderas que tanto habia des
de las Dlvisiones eItalianas
prectado y gigue despreciando
naturalmente en el fondo de su
linen algunos afios en otra con
conciencia si es quo la tiene.
memoraci6n semejante, exterior!
En el terreno de la gran polltl-
Pipe zaba el Caudillo su Indtgnacitin
ca naclonal id6nde fu6 a parar la
contra el Goblerno legitlmo en
Tobacco mltologla dellrante del Imperio a-
exllio contra el Insumlso
y pueblo
fro-amerlcano azul y vertical Es-
A republicano que no se avlenen
paRa convertlda en colonla extran-
HAVE YOU TRIED IT? a reconocer la derrota. Y amenazaba -
jets y sembrada de Glbraltares a-
con desencadenar otra vez "la
merlcanos.En .
WASHING MACHINE" KEEPS VICTIM ALIVE-Montreat Que avalancha de las bolnas rojas y el terreno de la economla
bee medical technicians operate a "washing machine" removing las camlsas azules."
AEROZ poisonous waste from his blood while the patient Amenaza tartarinesca ;qu6 queda hoy de la flamanto su-
cuya ma
reads quietly In bed. Inflicted with a kidney disease, the man tarqula naclonal slndlcallsta en
vileza esta el rencor,
en
no
Is under a hem dialysis treatment at General Hospital, which yor que habfa de fundarse el nuevo
is helping keep him alive. The "clean" blood Is passed back sino en la hipocresia pues quo eJ orders para termlnar con el des-

into the patient. Caudillo mcjor que nadie Babe barajuste de la economla liberal

"MAQUINA DE LAVAR" MANT1ENE A LA VICTIMA VIVA. que sin los avloncs de Hitler y Imperanto en las plutodemocraclas
divislonts de Mussolini las boi
Montreal, Quebec, tlcnlcos medicos operan una "maqulna de las occidentalea Al cabo de quince a-
lavar" removiendo desechos venenosos de la sangre tnlentrss nas rojas y las camlsas azules apeenas Aos de naclonal-ilndlcallsmo, el
CBillO habria servido otra
le
que el paclente lee tranqullamente en su csma. Afrctado por para Caudillo dcscubri6 lo quo todo el

una enfermedad de los rinones, el hombre esU bajo trata- cOla que para abrir un puesto de mundo sabfa etto ei, quo por a-
el Rastro madrileno.
mlento en el Hospital General. La sangre "llmpiada es de- ropaveJeria en quel l camino Eipafia no saldria do

vuelta al paclente.Por la rulna en que la 'habta aumldo la

Pero es que adcmas de que la 'iguerra civil y que se Iris empo-
victoria militar no fu6 suya lo acaecido breciendo ritmo acelerado. Y
QUE SALE BIEN qu p'rolongar mas ese sufrimfonto deHemorroides con
los veintlcinco anos de
en decretd la libcracldn: es decir lomlimo
entonces aca transcurrldos coniti- que habla antes de au vie*

TODAS LAS VECES I I I que tuye guards la mayor memorla dcrrota los politics angles de de torla.
Trei elementos han contrlbuldo
la hlitoria. En efecto cads medlda
0 su surtintaiU, iluzii IrritaiUs' cuando it alivio all al cada cad trata- a la recuperaci6n ccon6mlca del
slants ds su nuno en Is 'fsrnuds mis cercana? por qut nodeposiU de goblerno ley pad, y los tres son ajenos al r6glmen -
su conflanzs: en el medtcamento reconoddo en 108 parses do internaclonal: que Franco se ha cuya cols contrlbucldn a la
como un producto superior vlsto obllgado a aceptar inclln&n.
eflcacia de los mlsmos, se ha re-
dose astutamcnte vilmente, co-
ducido a no aegulr estorbando al
. H7KDENSA- 'bardemente ante la realidad ineluctable
abrir a la libre ctrculacidn de
ha representado una claudlcac6n '
hombre y capitales las fronteras
Q famoso sntl-hemorroidal AlomJn.fabrludo short en Estados y una renuncla a los princlpios que el regimen habia cerrado.
Unidos;la ofrece rf pido y eficii II!via a Is primers apilcacifin.: del oprobloio movlmlento.
Eitoi ties elementos son: el tu-
No sufra miSs, pruebo con H7 DENS En el terreno de la estrategla en rlsmo europeo que vlene a torren-
raz6n profeslonal deble
CUESTA UN POCO MAS PERO, /AH. QUE OIFERENC'A que por tea, en buses no de Franco, sino
haberso moitrado ducho sus
ra del sol de
Espafla; la emlgracl6n
Bodor
Po errores han lido sensacionales. Apoit6 -
.. de los mlserrimos trabajadores ha-
del nazlfascismo
la carta
o a cia los pities llbret donde hallan
ESPECIAL 99c proclamando en declaraclones me-
ocupacldn y buenos jornalei con
5 Camisas Lavadas morables que "U derrota de In-
que mantener a BUS famlllat, y la
TRAIGALAS y 'glaterra era ya Inevitable y deseable" -
Planchadas afluencia' de d&Iares americans,
y RECOJALAS
.
sea la ayuda oflclal
Recogetnos Devolvemos Su Ropa En Toda IA Cludad pot sea por
y Churchill se lo record6 en una las inverslones prlvadai. '

LLAME SERVICIO FOR EL RAPIDO TELEFONO y CORTES 248-2921 carta que no deblcra haber cccrl- *Y en el terreno de Is religion?

3 to, o no deblera haber olvldado. A La glorloss cruzada Irrumplo en

Cleaners regafiadlentes y palo a paso contando el amblto rellgloso de Eipafta para

J IDEAL & Laundry con la ruin y abominable termlnar con la libertad de con-

amnesia do los jefcs politicos occldentales trlencis, reitsblecer el slitcma irrianovlalgodo .
Esquina de E. Buffalo y la Calle 15 enfermedad moralde de la Iglesla de E-

I _________._____ que nl slqulera el General De tado y resucltsr la implacable per .
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.. iecucl6n rellgioia quo la Iglesla do

El arroz rods fino. los tiempos barbaros padecld no

arroz CIIINITO. por crlstlana sine por barbara. Y
S siempre cocina bien. Se 10 convino con Plo XII en Concor-
Jato en que la Iglcsia eat llca per-
facilmente
desgrana
dl6 la indepcndencla que le ha.

muy bianco y sabroso. s Ma regalado la Republic, sin: quo

Busque el paquete azul Y1 los catdllcoi cipaftoles so perca-

con el chinito. Sirva aBU taran del beneflclo, porquo no lea
Interesaba tanto vlvir libremente
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familla el arroz que .:: las proplas ,,crecncias, como per.
todas las -- "
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veces K' 5 [ legulr las 'creenclas o IncreduU.

arroz CHINITO. dades ajenas.:

Y henos ahora en la era ecumAnlca. -

Bus;* i El CWalto Grocioso ir ---- Cierrue con .1 Concllta VaUcano -
Na la era constantinea y se a.
Afro ChkJto de Ceded
cabs el ,predomlnlo teoldglco del

ceaaro-paplsmo, que trajeron a E-
Kwtnmcs].owe net MIX IlAYI(,IOUSUMm
paAa, de Orlente, los visigodoa a-
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clones apotto'licas y el sentldo e-

JaifilaiHOW : ,w, w.i u aeanllN L- tumenlco que jra entonces prevslecia -

en la Igleila hUpano-romana.

Y log cstdllcos paftoles coraJenun -

a entertrse de qua la libertad

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i : BALANCE DE .

LA PAGINA ITALIANA (Viene de la paglna 7) .
hcrejia de gobernantes ateos 1 a I I I Iecstauuerr

I La Fondazione "Ignazio Monnino"\ del Banco di SleW per 1'incremento economico, culturale francmasones, sino una vlrtud In a'E 0
e turistico della Sicilia. herente a la concienda religiasa SUSINESSMCirS .
Quarant'annl di Intensa attiviU dedicati aDo sviluono deJTIsola lumlno- LUNCH
I PALERMO, Agenzla "Italia"AU'attlvita zazalone di studs, rilevazioni staUsticbe sociale, attiviti editorials contri- y sa, ademis de la ,revelaci6n una ensefianza cristiana.

della Fondazione per e progettl preparatorl e but! ails ricerche arcbeologiche, desmenuzando
Podriamos ir o-
: 1'incremento economico, cultura. diede asslstenza tecnlca finan- raccolte
e documentarle
: tenendo tros aspectos de la vida nacional,
le e turistlco della Sidlia
"Ign
zlaria al consord incaricatl dl
pre- sempre present I fin iitituzionali,
claridad aparecerfa
ale 7 con igual
Mormino" 6 dedicate fultlm"Quaderno"
la
bonlfica.
parare Bob
\ lo sviluppo econofico, cultu I
I edito dal Centro per que, poco a poco el franqulsmo se
Quests attiviti creel Ie premes- rale e turistlco della Sicilia. renunciar todo
a
la cooperation mediterranea ve obllgado a
pre- se per la costltuzlone dell'Ente Tra le initiative d! carattere so-
victoria quiso impo-
cuanto su
sleduto dall'on. Giuseppe La Log con Cab
per la Rlforma agrarla In Sicilia. eWe, d! partlcolare Impegno Tor ner a Espa&a. Progresiva y acele
gla.La pubblicazione 6 stata curata In quegll cant onnal lontanl la ganlzzazlone: dl coral dl qualiflca- radamente el franqulsmo y su 2474121
Fondazlone operava con spirito alone professionale In tutta llsola
si mis-
da "Collaborazione mediterranea : Caudillo viven de negarse a
pioneristico suscitando 11 piu vivo con la collaborazlone del Centro
la rivlsta del Centro, dlretta cia mas.
Interesse. per II progresso educatlvo del CE-
Francesco Crispl -con llntento dl Ahora bien, un regimen que renlega -
PES e dell'Assessorato al lavoro
Parilcolari
offrlre una accurata ed estesa do- consensi si ebberocon de si mlsmo, es un regimen
cumenUzione au un Ente dl pro- la creazione deU'ASTIS, As- della Regions siclllana. agonlzante. En esta verdad eviden- TENGA
sodazlone per lo Sviluppo Turis I Con un'opera caplllare, estesaa LA
puliione economica e cultural te se funda ml convenclmlento de
leo In Skills, avvenuta nel 1926 centri piccoll: e grandi si sono BONDADDE
the. opera con rilevante lmpegno que un dia, ya no lejano, el pueblo -
da circa un quarantennlo. Autore A questo organlsmo va 11 merit organlzzati i corsi richlesti nelle espanol descubriri que para
611 di avere Impostato su bas moderns singole comualti e si 6 riusciti, so normalidad LLAMARDICK
\ del testo giornalista Giuseppe recobrar la paz y publlcas -
il turismo slciliano In un tem- prattutto, a dare una nuova co- A
mss
Quatriglio. 11 quale puss In ras- ya no le falta que pres-
t segna 1'atUvlU della Fondazione, po In cul 11 vistatore the Inten scienza al giovani che si affaccla-: cindir tambien del Caudillo. Solo

dal lontano esordio flno al glornnostrf. deva recast In zone di Interesse no ally vita attlva.Lattiviti pedlmos a Dios que la tozudez de GRECO Jr. ,
La pubblicazione si pre- artlstico, paesagglstico e arches editoriale della Fonda Franco en prolongar la agonla de
senta In elegante veste tlpograflca logico era costretto: ad affrontarerischl alone ha investito 1 camp! della su regimen, no desencadene una PARA

con una sopracoperta a color the cbe ricordavano quelll de archeologla, della etnologia, della vet mss la eterna tragedia espa- PINTURA
riproduce una vecchla stamps dl prim vlagglatoii del Settecento e divulgazlone dl aspetti storici e nola. EFECTOS para PINTARY
Palermo ed 6 lllustrata da fototgrafie dello Ottocento. L'ASTIS organizzd delle opere d'arte della Slcflia. "Dejeme Becomendarle
In blanco e nero che sotto- servizt turistid the consentivano Oltre alia pubblicazione perio- (tn quest! alcun dl raro pregio) Un Pinto
lineano visivamente 1 moltepllcinteressi dl visitare le piu Important! locallti dica dl "Kokalos" e "Annali del sulla Sidlia.

deJJ"Ente.Sc'Orrendo delllsola e rese note nor la Museo Pitre", due rivlste a livello !- La Fondazione ha, Inoltre, una KingGrecoHardware
prima volta le cUrative della Si- accademico, e del "Nuovi
le pagine del "Qua qua- vasta raccolta dl stampe, carte
demo" si rileva the la istltuzione dlJa. dernl del Meridione", la Fondazlo geografiche e piante dl citti sid- Co.
i die oggl prende 11 nome dl Fon Tra le phi feUd initiative dell. ne ha pubblicato librl d! spedallat Hans dal Seicento all'Ottocento: ed Dlstrfbuldores de las
I, dazione Mormlno venne creata ASTIS vanno ricordate: la crea largamente richlesti nel mer una collezione comprendente i Pinturas
nel 1925 per volonti del direttore alone dl post! dl ristoro In zone di cato Internaiionale ed ha dato I prim francobolll dl Slcllla incisl B. L. P.
generate del Banco dl Slcilia dell Interesse archeologico ristituzio- suo! ausplc al nrittlco" dl Mon nel 1859 da Fillppo Juvara. Calle 15 y 8a Ave. TeL 238-1352

epoca, Grand'ufficiale Ignaiio I ne dl preml per la costruzione: e U reale the si completer alia fine
I Mormlno, 11 quale autorizz6 la for. rlammodernamento d! alberghi d! quest'anno per le edlzioni dl I
one turistlcbe, II restauro dl important S. F. Flaccovio.
mazlone dl un fondo destlnato a :
f i Recuerde Honre los Seres Queridos
I promuovere e Incoraggiare ognlInlzlatlra monument, la creulone GU Interventl" In campo arches y a I

: the avesse lo scope dJ della prima segnaletlca turlstica logico, compiuti d'intesa con 1Soprlntendenza Que Han DesaparecidoVisite
incrementare 1'atUvlti economics nelle stride della Sicilia. Tra 1'al- ails Antichiti per
e mlgllorare le condizlonl soclall tro, 1'ASTIS costrul la strada dl la Sicilia ocddentale, hanno con- Nuestra Alagnlfica Exhibtdon de Monumentos, j
Boredas y Maosoleos, en 2116 Laurel 1 St. West Tampa.
e cultural deU'Isola. Fu, appunto aecesso al tempio dl Segesta cbe sentlto dI salvare alia culture ed
Del marto del 1925 cbe IgnazioMormlno prima si ragglungeva percorrendo ails ricerca stories un patrimonlc ; AUndcmos Today las Ordeno Con Prontltud y CortetfaTcl I
lllustrf al Conslgliodeiristltuto una raplda mnlatUera e guadando dl Inestlmabile valore destinato al I!
dl Credlto le linee un torrente come al tempi del trimentl ad essere distrutto o disperso. !

fondamentaU dl un lungtmlrante viaggio dl Goethe. La Fondazione ha opera to !

programma cbe prevedeva stud e La Fondazione venne riorganlx- fino ad ora a Solunto, a Terravee I t41TTcpMLsafr
rlcercbe aventl soprattutto lo sco eats airinlzlo del 1964 dall'attuale chin dl Cut!, a Sellnunte e a Imera. I II
po dl valortzzare le risorse latentl Presidents del Banco dl Sicilia, Neirambito dell'attlvlti della '
della Reglone,in tutU I Bettor! pro. Cavaliers del Lavoro dr. Carlo BaUD Fondazione Mormlno va, inoltre, b MONUMENT CQ
duttlvL sensibile al ricordo del vast rilevata la cura con cul un prezlo- r Jjscatamsmasr' .,
f I prlrnl annl ,dl attlviti dclliFondazione consensi suscitati da un'istltuzlone so patrimonio vlene custodito: nella II IMtstoasD*
furono IntensisslmL ingolare. Nel far cio-come 6 sot- sua sede. Partlcolarl! cure sono
Con prorvedlmenU dl avanguardia, olineato net la pubblicazione state dedicate al Museo archeo- fono 255- 281
the In moltl cast anUclparono 1*. be llncondlzionato appoggio del'Ammlnistrazlone oglco the 6 stato aperto al pubbU- .
I alone cbe In future sarebbe stata del Banco dl co nel febbraio 1963 In segulto a I
svolta dal pubblici poteri, furono Skills e I'appassionato impegno dl decreto Minlstero ella Pubblicastruzione f'
I compiutl: esaml geofisici e geomagnetic uantl furono cblamatl a prestare the ha ziconosciuto 1'. I
per la determlnazione dells II loro collaborazlone, primo fngll eccezlonale Interesse artlstico etorico" I I
acque Del sottosuolo. vennero ef. altrl il dr. Vincenzo Mormlno, della raccolta. I' VENT DE CERCAS
fettuate Indaglnl mlnerarie trivellazionl the accolse l'invito dl dedicanl.In collezione
e Alb archeologiea siggiunge VEA,TODAS LAS LINEAS DE NUESTRAS
per la ricerca dl idro- qualiti di Direttore. all'Iilitu- una raccolta slstematlcaI I CERCAS

carburl, furono awiatl stud fon- done destinata a onorare e per. numlsmatica comprendente: mode I
damentali per la mlsurazione e lavalutaxlone petuare la memoria del suo lllu- conlate ,dine seethe dl Messina I
del glacimentl asfal- sire genltore. e Palermo dal 1282 al 1836.
tlferi del ragusano. Una mulUforme attiviti ha !m- La biblioteca della Fondazione I
Nello steno anno 1925 otto pegnato la Fondaaione sin dal: suo comprende I Irlordlnamento. una sedone archeoloica I j
annl prima della formulazlone della Le real zzasioni 10j j! e un'altra numismatics, che
legge sully bonlfica Inte-er.le- no state complute in vari settori: alldamente affiancino le raccolte II
venne costltulto un Istituto per labonlfica cerche sdentifiche e collabora-t del Museo, ed una terra sedone iti

agrarla cbe euro la reallz-J zioni cultural, tnlzlative In campo dedicate al llbri modern e antlchiCZKH !I I!



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r--Ir': I A FIREMAN'S LETTER THE TRIBUNE I CRITIC URGES PUBLISHERS I

REFUSED TO PRINTOn TO TAKE RAPS GRACEFULLY

your editorial page, March licemen received their salary In. Bagdlklan Finds Press Is Too points of publisher pressure would
22, 1964, you cite lack of moneyas creases-a direct reflection of the Neurotic When It's Criticized equal one "Liebllng."

the principal reason for Police hard work of the Firefighters'Union. (From Editor and Publisher) "Liebllng was a needler," Mr.

shortage. I agree whole heartedly.The WASHINGTON Bagdiklan, Bagdikian said "But isn't this
rest of the editorial and your "Locally, the Police Department a former newspaper reporter who true of the press? Newspapers
article are something less than competes with the Fire Depart now writes for the "Saturday Eve rightly reject simple-minded boos-
4 fair. You have slighted all city ment for applicants with about the ning Post" told an ASNE session terism In the area of politics, why
employees by omission and the same salary incentives." that the American Press was shouldn't they reject it in the area
Fire Department by underhanded There is little COMPETITION "neurotic about criticism. Ile advised of press criticism?"

comparison.ALL between the two Departments because the press to "lower its Data Denied

city employees need and of salary-the Policeman's threshold of righteous indignation. Discussing the problems of the
deserve a raise. Any aid rendered pay Is higher. Primarily, the difference ." critic of the press, Mr. Bagdiklan
for this purpose is certainly Is in personal make-up. It Mr. Bagdiklan, the most likely recalled his efforts In trying to
appreciated. However, neither the takes a different type of man to successor to the late A. J. Lie- get some figures on the combined
editorial nor your article can be enforce the law and put up with I bUng as the number one gadfly of revenues of daily newspapers.

considered a help. the abuso of fellow humans thanit I the press, said that while no one "Newspapers are usually as eager
Your publication continually Insults does to fight fires feeding on objects to the fact that the press to give cut financial figures as the

9 the intelligence of the gen. homes, chemicals, and human is a legitimate object of criticism, CIA is to give out its list of agents
eral public by the strange tactics lives. Both Jobs are extremely dangerous publishers are "too easily en. of Peking" he said. But he final.
FREED-Found not guilty bya (apparently the policy of your ; each Is different. It is raged" when such criticism mate ly persuaded the American Newspaper .
federal Jury on a bank paper) of attempting to recruit believers unfair to compare them, except In rializes. lie said that public agencies Publishers Association to
robbery charge Mrs. Carolyn -
Sue Bailey, 21, mother of for any cause you chooseto their mortal danger."Politicking universities and even church. release some combined figures, he
three from Mt. Sterling Ky, champion by slinging mud, by policemen eitheron es all accept criticism "with more said.

leave Jail In Nashville either directly or Indirectly, at or off duty ought to be strictly grace" than newspapers, and take Before he was able to see the
Term, with her mother Mra. of own forbidden" criti
competition usually your more action in response to
article he had written
figures, an
Ernest Barber. She had been
creation. Are you really trying to Policemen, and all public serve cism.
accused of the $15,600 day for a magazine about' the propa
help, or merely attempting to ants are still citizens-American OffUmlU
light robbery of the Nash ganda contained in the comics was
Ill-feelings between friend. citizens each and everyone guar- Mr. said that "the
ville Third National Bank create : Bagdikian
published. "I didn't want Daddy
last Jan. L ly factions? anteed by the Constitution the expose is at the heart of newspa Warbucks teaching my kids about

Three sad quotes from your right of "freedom of speech". pering, except 'when it comes to foreign policy," he said. As a con.

$100 DOWNlH! page: Your publication exercises this newspapers. sequence, the ANPA refused to let
"There is no reason to follow right; but forgets that rights car lie said a proposed study of the him see the figures, Mr. Bagdl
Rent
Balance Like of hitching responsibilities. If you advocate the covered the l&M
the old political custom ry way press klan said. He said the ANPA
2.3.4 Bedroom Houses Police and Fire Departments the revocation of the rights I elections by Sigma Delta Chi
stated the reason for refusing was
ACE HOMES, INC. and freedoms of honest and because of
REALTOR together In pay adjustments. any was quashed a majority that he had written an article
This "custom" (not political) law .abiding citizen of this nation publishers refused to go along. lie which reflected unfavorably on
I
Phone 877.6013 was, for many years, the way Po- for any reason whatever, you help said the press was keenly inter
-- I lay the foundation for the inroads ested in the senate Investigationslast newspapers -
-: --- which Communism needs to divide year of lobbyists' activities until Mr. Bagdiklan called this reaction

TRADITIONAL SUNDAY and destroy our way of life. the subject of press Junketsand "unprofessional if not un
: usual." "I couldn't look at eco
If this "strictly forbidden" themeof misuse of news services for
': Dinners '. nomlc data because I criticised
Fatiiilt/ into effect
yours were put on public relations purposes was
4f .... to 4 P.M. wide scale would the funnies he said
ROAST VERMONT rul.IY-t1b1et gravy ....... trans. a national you raised.
berry ...ee ...................................... 1.41 ''be out of business as a memberof "The press then modestly avert. (Stanford Smith, general man
; SOUTHERN OVEN-IROWN BAKED CHICKEN-OWN ejrevy the "free press". ed its from such vulgar material ager of ANPA, told E&P he had
yellow rice ....................................... 1.41 gaze had from Mr. Bag
.ROILED CHOPPED SIRLOIN STIAK__...,*.. ....... 1.71 believe the majority of the ," he said. not a request
READED VEAL CUTLET,..,betri ,,...... .......... 1.10 Police Department to be far too The American press has problems diklan for such information it
SUGAR CURED BAKED HAM-< ..,.*.. ..... grilledpls..pplo fall for attempt might have. Stewart McDonald,
Amg .................................... 1.10 intelligent to your that threaten its creativeness
ClOWN FILET MIONON...._,..M cap. brntM tOlHte 2.41 to manacle their freedoms under and freedom, Mr. Bagdiklan said. head of the ANPA's Newspaper i
ROILED FLORIDA LOBSTER staffed whk .,...... the guise of suitor for their affections These problems needed study, he Information Service, also said he
.. vratlR ........................................ 2.71 to aid themin had not been approached by Mr.
ATTER DIPPED. FRENCH FRIED SHRIMP-terror ..... 2.21 by appearing said, but that publishers resisted
TOAST PRIME RIIS OF REEF- |lea ................ 2.71 attaining a well-deserved raise, attempts to discuss them."I Bagdiklan for material. Cranston
MM. d ...?....., ......... ...... .... MT ..... ..".l Mrt Mtf tovmtimbers .. while you belittle the needs and asked a number of publishers Williams, retired manager, also

House deserts of other city employees. ,what I thought ,was a good said he had no knowledge of it.)
:Imperial Tampa IS a "day late and a dollar general question to get a discussion .I Discussing the, reasons for such

". RESTAUTANT COCKTAIL LOUNGE short" with ALL its manpowerand started," he aald. "Can a man attitudes, Mr. Dagdlkian cited

4732 N. Dole Mabry Ph. 877.4627. 876-4664 equipment needs. But Tam. make more money putting out a what he termed the "schizophrenia" -
pa's biggest problem if the two mediocre newspaper than I good of newspapers, which have 4
papers, daily news combined that one? The reaction left me shat a dual nature as a moneymaking
always seems to be a truth late tered. That was usually the last enterprise and an unbiased public -
and a fact short on integrity. coherent sentence in the discus. servant He said that this dual

I Enjoy JOHN B. GREMER, JR. son for 19: minutes." nature was often a source of ten
theCHAMPAGNE He said that the violence of pub sion. He said that newspaperswere
I lishers' reaction to this question vigorous In denouncing pub.

"varied in temperature and fall lie officials with their hands

out. He said he started to measure caught In the till, but when asked
of the reaction in terms of about their own questionable bUli-
BOTTLEDBEER 'Hffcll lii I S publishers' references to A. J. ness practices "run out the First

Liebllng, who Mr. Bagdiklan said Amendment In red, white and
he never mentioned at all. He blue.

found that publishers regarded Unsung Heroes
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S critical depravity. Mr. Bagdiklan heroes of the profession are
P suggested a new unit of measure the publishers who Incur "the via
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(Continued from page 9)

a, G 7 i lent hatred of their peers" by take ..
n Ry ing stands unpopular with the
business sectors of their commu.

nities. However, he said that in FLY
t zNk' an era of monopoly newspapers it

has become "too easy for a man
without a breath of knowledge to
become the sole arbiter of news
in a community." .

"This is an era of change' and
too many newspapers have been
dW left behind," Mr. Bagdiklan said.

Too many publishers, in his view,
waste time "trailing against a stu
dent body because it wants to 'be
?'f 4p
young and different. lie said that
7.1i
public tastes are changing as the

6vW nation becomes more educated,
and that publishers who do not
keep up with the changes "stand For the man

bewildered as their readershipslips
TORNADO RAKES SHREVEPORT, LA.-Workmen remove a large tree from the roof of a away." the !
II home as jittery residents launch a massive cleanup of dirt, shattered glass and other on go
debris left by tornadoes that lashed the Shreveport La. area. Two persons were Injured In the research area, Mr. Bag-
\ seriously, many injured slightly and about 200 homes were destroyed. dikian said, schools of journalismare
too often afraid to tackle South Control's fort, rtgulorfy
meaningful projects. lie said that scheduled Mrvlc to oil point In
II WHERE THE BOYS ARE I schools hesitate to offend pub Florida If designed to pet you

LACKLAND AFB, Tex.-Four Squadron. The airman Is a grad. lishers who hire their 'graduates where you hove to go when
and often control their endowments you hove to go, quickly, solely,
Tampa, Fla., men have recevied uate of Brewster Vocational High
new training an duty assignmentsin School. r' YV RyTti4 by investigating the problems and comfortably.

United States Air Force job His wife, Elizabeth, is the of local journalism.
specialities following completionof daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ira T. During a question and answer Our modern concept In Intro-itot
the basic military training here. Brown of IRt. 3, Lutz, Fla. session, Alfred Friendly of the aIr travel utilizes the latest equip.
Airman John II. Ruthstrom . "WashIngton Post asked Mr. Bag. "
; son "r ent, experienced "million "'If.
I of Mr and Mrs. S. J. Ruthstrom, SAN ANTONIO, Tex. '''RufusW. dikian to answer the question he pilots and pertonollied itrvtce to

i 609< E. Sterling Circle, will attend Watson, son of Mr. and Mrs. lad posed to the publishers: doesa Insure you the efficient, dependable
:the technical training course for James M. Watson of 1503 E. 130th mediocre paper make more kind of transportation your busy

aircraft maintenance specialists at Ave., Tampa, Fla., has been promoted money? schedule 4 mands. Whether you
Chanute AFB, Ill. A 1960 graduate to chief master sergeant, Mr. Bagdikian replied that in ore travelling for business or
of Baltimore (Md.) City Col. highest enlisted grade In the U. S. the short run, the answer was yes. pleasure, next time fly South
,', lege, he attended Del Mar Collegein Air Force. "The paper may pay lots of dividends Central.
Corpus Christ!, Tex. and put nothing, back, into
Sergeant Watson physiological
a Lt Alvin B. Jones Jr.
Airman Glenn C. Smith, son of the paper and do well for' an In.
training superintendent at .
LACKLAND AFB, Tex Alvin Coll your travel ogent for schedules
M ',..Louise S. Smith of 2019 East definite time," he, said.. "But one "
Brooks AFB, Tex., is assigned to
I B. Jones Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. end reservations.
II Crenshaw St., will study to be afire the School of Aerospace Medicineat Alvin B. Jones of 4411 Bay Villa, day it discovers something has
at Green. happened. All of a sudden one
: protection specialist Brooks.
I
Tampa, Fla., has been commissioned
villa AFB, Miss. 'A 1961 'graduateof S. year it shows a loss instead oi a
a second lieutenant in the
Hlllsborough High School, he profit, and everybody panics. The @
United States Air Force upon
\ attended the University of South graduation from Officer Training answer isthe paper has lost
Florida.'t" touch with the community. In the
School here.
long .run, a. mediocre paper does SOUTHCENTRAL
Airman Carl A. Bender, son of Lieutenant Jones was selected
not make'more ,money/' ..; >.'
Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Bender of for the training course through (
4109 Norma, will attend the tech competitive examinations with
nical training course for communi other college graduates. lie is be. Read AIRLINES, INCGOODBODY&CO.
caUons-electronics specialists at ing reassigned to Keesler AFB, LA GACETA
Keeler 'AFB, Miss. lie is a 1959 Miss., for training as an air traffic
graduate of II. B. Plant High I controller.A Phone 248.3921

School, 0a graduate of IL B. Plant

Airman Michael E. Parsons, son High School, the lieutenant re : :
of Mr. and Mrs. ,John C. Parsons, ceived his B.B.A. degree from the .
1513 MerIdel Ave., will be assigned University of Georgia.
GROUND FLOOR MARINE BANK BUILDING
.' .
to Homestead AFB, Fla.,,
for training and duty as a supply Lt. Clark B. Lord LOWRY AFB Colo.-Airman 3rd TELEPHONE 229-6161

specialist. He is a graduate of JAMES CONNALLY AFB, Tex. Class Donald L. Pickett, son of MEMBERS NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

Chamberlain Adult Evening High -Clark B. Lord son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Pickett of ,
School. Mrs. Clark F. Lord of 4438 Bay 1301 E. Palifox, Tampa, Fla., has '
C. Villa, Tampa, Fla., has been commissioned completed the technical training
a United States Air course for United States Air 1!
Force second lieutenant and ]Force weapons'' mechanics here.A .
Z'pus r re0lAtm"e NtRA
awarded silver wings upon graduation graduate of Hillsborough High
from navigator training here. !School, the airman entered the

Lieutenant Lord received Instruction service in September. 1963.
in radar and celestial
ai aa, navigation during the course. He KEESLER "AFB, Miss.-Carrol
of Mrs. Beatrice HOME GUARDA *
is being reassigned to Mather D. Flinn, son

AFB, Calif., for advanced train- (Continued on page 12)ENWOY ) / $ ?

ing.The '
J lieutenant,. attended the
University of Tampa and the University t
l"l"t of Florida. rWt11ilItJRIii

t S. !
Airman Bradford L. Lane SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. MUSICAL

,' LACKLAND AFB, Tcx.-Air. Chief Warrant Officer James J. ,
ENTERTAINMENT
l t; man Bradford L. Lane son of Mr. Lunsford Jr., whose sister, Mrs.
t and Mrs Alton L. Lane of 3914% Colleen Bevis, lives at 6523 Bay-

Suwanee Avenue., Tampa, Fla., shore Drive. Tampa, Fla., has arrived
has been selected for technical for duty at Norton AFB,

I":., training ass' communications electronics Calif., after a tour of service In
I" specialist at this Air Force England.Mr. ,

\ base Lunsford, an avionics officer IL DOWNTOWN TAMPA .:- RUSKIN
k Airman Lane', who enlisted in is assigned to an Air Force S. DALE MABRY:-TEMPLE TERRACE

{,. the Air ,Force a, short time ago, Systems Command (AFSC) unit ...
has just ,completed his basic military .
here.He U BUDDY JOHNSON
: training here. attended Brandon (Fla.)
ik He is a 1991 graduate of Hills High School and was commissioned 'PRESS BOX'LOUNGE
i':::' r borough High School and a former in 1953 by direct appointment. Share In America

i(, student at the University of His wife is the former Gladys J. ; WE GIVE U. S.
fi-', Southern 'Florida. SERVING THE ,FINEST
. Smith. COCKTAILS -d. SAVING STAMPS

,"f'.a.'r' ENGLAND AFB, La,-Airman & MIXED DRINKSIN With Every PurchaseWE
.
First Class'Laurence Hes lton, son Having problem* with your Insurance
r f Let ABC Insurance TAMPA :.
APPRECIATE TOUR BUSINESS
"' of Mrs. Ruth B. Heselton 4511 S. .uM1C7 solve yam' teavaacerMle. _
\ Dale Mabry, Tampa. Fla., has arrived ...w. baye 8122 Iil4ap. JOE ALVAREZ
4 ,'. here for' duty following a ABC hampa"

,tour of >service in the Phlllipines. Service Station15th
Insurance Agency
} Airman Heselton' an aircraft
{. mechanic, has been assigned to the lit TAMPA ST. HOTEL. Street and 9ih Avenue Phone 2465232t
Suite Ne S .*... 2tS4> l
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Ii i I LEGAL NOTICEIN LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTNo. LEGAL NOTICENo. LEGAL NOTICENo.



THE COUNTY JUDflK'8 COCK 140758-C 1S8924-C B1224
or iiiLLsnoKouuit COUNTY Division G Quiet Title NOTICE TO CREDITORS 1

FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.No. NOTICE OF SUITIn NOTICE OF SUIT
4788 the ClrenU Comrt ef the Thirteen In the Circuit Court In cad ferHtlUboreBgh Notice Is hereby given that the un 1i
Judicial Circuit ef the State et Flo; Coonty: Florid derslgned has been duly appointed i
Notice ef F-m-Fll1al Report Ida, la and. for I1I1I.b..... b Ceenl' IN CHANCERY: and qualified a.* Administratrix of th<
aad Application for IMeeharre. IN CHANCERY estate of William XX Well, deceased
JUANITA: ANDERSON, All heirs, creditors, legatee, dlstrtbu-
Notice U hereby riven to mil person ALICE MAE CHURCHWKLU Plaintiff.LEROY tee, and all other person havtni
that final report and application for Plaintiff ve. claims or demands against said estaU
discharge a* Administrator of tbe va.WILLlA.JI. JACKSON, et al. are hereby notified to preeent them ir :
cL
Estate of Helmuth Von Zenrea, de- E. CHURCHWEX.I4 Defendants.IN duplicate to olHllUborough f
ceased has been filed by the undersigned Defendant. THE NAME OF TUB STATB CountyoatthisJoffice al

In the above styled Court and STATE OF FLORIDA OF FLORIDA: the Court Houee, Tampa Florida.
that on the Srd day of June, 1964 To; WILLIAM E. CHURCHWEI, TO TUB DEFENDANTS: Lawreno properly sworn to within six calendai
'
application will be made to the Honorable ; whose residence unknown. Gardiner and _..__... Gardiner, hli months from the date of the first publication r'
I William C. Brooker Judge of You are hereby required to file yoi wife whose other or further name I. of this notice. 4CONFIRMID\N I
aid Court for approval of said repot answer or written defenses, ttnJie: unknown if alive and If dead to the Each claim or demand must be It ;
I and for final discharge as provided. the above proceeding with : unknown heirs devisee! and legatees. writing and must elate the place ol
I by law. of this Court and to serve a cop,. and whose residence unknown; Lucllle residence and post office address ol.
Dated this lit day of May, 1964. thereof upon the plaintiffs attorne Gardiner whose residence I* un the claimant and must be sworn to b]
MARIO N. HKRCB whose name and address .l: known if alive, and if dead to h. the claimant his agent, or his attorney -
AI Administrator of the Estate of hereon on or before the lit day of unknown heirs devisee, legatee or or the earn will become void according I
Helmuth Von Zengen, deceased.RENE June 1964 the nature of this proceedIng grantees: Herman Gardiner and _.._ to law.
A. ZACCHINI being a suit for divorce. Gardiner his wife, whose other or First publication on April IT, 1964
Attorney for Administrator DONE and ORDERED at Tamp further name Is unknown. If ally.. ELLEN GERTRUDE WELLS I:
Suite 21. Western Union Building Hlllsborough County, State of Florid and If dead to their unknown nelridevisee .. Administratrix: of the estate ol
Tampa 2, Florida this 23rd day of April, 1964. and legatees, and whose real'dence William E. Wells, deceased
8/1/64 :JAMES F. TAYLOR JIl. Is unknown Libby Gardiner, If: 4707 North Manhattan
(Seal) Clerk Circuit Court alive and If dead to* her unknowi Tampa, Florida

IN TilE COUNTY JCDCIE'S COURT By HENRY GARCIA heir, devisees, legatee or grantees.. :J. REX KARRIOR, JR., of
Deputy Clerk. and whose residence I* unknown; Callita 8HACKLRFOKD FAKRIOR.8TALLINQ8 .
OF IIILLSBOROCGH COUNTI
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.No. EVERETT Q. JONES. Eliot Causey, whose residence li OLOS A EVANS
43888 Solicitor for Plaintiff o/o Rockefeller Center Foundation. t
418 Pierce St. 111 West 60th Street. New York 711 Marina Bank Bids
N. T. Post Eliot and :Jean F.
Craig
Notice ef Filler Final Report Tampa, Florida Tampa, Florida
I 5/1/64 Eliot his wife, whose residence li. 4/17/64
for
aid Application Discharge. P. O. Box 168, WashingtonRichard
:thnD

NOnCE Is hereby lven to all perons .. NOTICE OP INTENTION TO BEGS his wife D. whose residence is T011: NOTICE TO CREDITORS AS INVOY Dr.
that final report and applies TER FICTITIOUS TRADE NAM Hartland Avenue Houston 24.
tlon for discharge as Admlnlstratit. Theodore 8. Eliot,and Mignon II. B rl Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned Covey T. Oliver, a University

of the Estate of Robert R. Kngranc Notice Is hereby;... that Ronal his wit., whose residence Is 2910 South ha been duly appointedand of Pennsylvania professor ap.

deceased, have been filed trtCltbot: A. and Dee B. Wetmore are sole owi Ollpln Street Denver 10. Colorado ..114 qualified u Administratrix I of thi pear before the Senate Foreign
derilfrned In the above ers of R ei D Secretarial Service aDd to all or claiming an] estate of W. II. Ransom, deceased. All
and that on the lad rIfOJr-I: : 19application : Intend to register with the Clerk of Interest wnay:20: : describe* heir, creditors legatee, distributees. Relations Committee In
will be the Circuit Court of Hlllsboroug lands; and all other persons having claim 01 Washington. his nomination

orable William C. Brooker said of County, Florida, said trade name < The South 665.71 feet of the West demands against said estate are hereby .. to be U.S. ambassador to Colombia
said Court, for approval of report RAD Secretarial Service. In con H of the Northwest U of the notified to present them In duplicate
and for final discharge as pro pjlance with Section 865.09 Florid Northeast. U and the South 665.71 to the County Judge of Hlllsbor, Is considered. He was
vlded by law. Statutes. feet of the East "% of the Northeast ough County at his office at the CourtHouse approved by the committee
Dated this lit dT1so..x May, 1964.LAWSON Dated at Tampa, Florida, this 20th U of the Northwest H of :1''l' proper!}
; Florida
K. day of March, 1964.RONALD. SECTION SI. TOWNSHIP M sworn to : calendar month despite attempts by a
As Administratrix of the Estate. of A. WETMOR SOUTH RANGE 20 EAST from the date of the first publication lobbyist to delay the action. I
Robert R. Engrain. deceased. DEE WETMORE You and each of you are notifiedthat of this notice.
HERCB MARTINEZ. Owners a suit to quiet title to the abet Each claim or demand mutt be In
Attorney at Law 4/17/64 described property ha been tiled writing and must state the place: olrestdeno Excel
1717 N. Howard Avenue against you and you are hereby r. and post office address ol Bilinguists J
Tampa 7, :Florida :NOTICE OF SUIT qulred to serve a copy of the answeito the claimant and must be sworn to b, LOUISE BLANCIIARD '
6/1/64 N. 14,"41-O the Amended C on UN the claimant, his agent, or his allot. By
la. the Circnlt Court ef the ThlrteeatJudicial lalntlffs attorney, Peon T. Jordan ney, or the same will become void according Reporter of The Miami News
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Circuit la cad for HllUboi r., 804 First to law. 1
engh Cenatr, Fiends. !. Chaaeer;,.. Tampa, Florida,and file origins:: : n..tor.I I t on April IT, IMi Students at Dade's experimental ;J
No. 49613 In the office of the Clerk of tb. Ctr- B. BlantonAdministratrix .'
Notice 1* hereby given that the underMgnetl MORTGAGE INVESTMENT TRAI>. oult Court on or before the 11th daj of the Estate ol blllnguil school are doing slightly

hat been duly appoint ERS, INC a Florida corporation. of May, 19641 otherwise ral'tlii W. H. Ransom Deceased better than ordinary pupils-snd
and qualified as Administrator of tbe Plaintiff, tons of said Amended ; 606 Plasa Place
estate of Harry Taylor deceased. .All be taken a* oonfeeeed.DONB Tampa. FloridaV. In two languages Dad school
heirs, creditors, legatee, distributes. BARBARA FATE ECKBRT HOT! and ORDERED at Tampa P. NUCCIO.
and all erartlUl. having claim: BARD and JULIAN W. HUBBARI>. Rlllsborough County State of Florida. Attorney for Administratrix80S principals were told today

or demands estate ar her husband et al., this aid day of April 164. Tampa Street 'The school Is doing better than
present them In 'TAYLOR. Florida
hereby notified to Defendants JAMBS F. JR., Tampa
duplicate to County atthiaJoffice: oHlllsborough f (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court 4/17/64 most of us had anticipated," Superintendent
a STATE OP FLORIDA By O. R. STONER
the Court House, Tampa, :Florida. To: Hulda Carmon Bckert Martinaand No. 1406W-O Joe Hall said in a I
within six calendai Rene Robert Martlnage, her bust PEYTON T. ,Joil"'l&
months ffroomrothe date of the firs and whose residence la TaU TayiAvenue Attorney for Plaintiff Circuit NOTICE Court OF ef SUIT the ThirteenthJadiclal general report of the :00 principals

publication of this notice. Toledo Ohio; and 804 First National Bank Bldg.Tampa la the Clreell et the State of Fl... on progress this school year.
Bach claim or demand must be In Tot Richard D. DeMlnt and Betty O. Florida Ida la aid fer JIIlI.I ....... Coaaty
,
writing and must state address :1 Turner whose residence Is unknowi 1/10/N CIIANCBBTNANCY He said standardised tests
--- IN
residence and post office you are hereby required to file you No. 146272CNOTICB show la the first
the claimant and must be sworn tiby answer or written defenses If anIn ] OF SUIT youngsters

the claimant, his agent ,or hlattorney. : the above proceeding with th. la the Clreult Court ef the Thlrteenlk. SUE HILLS three grades at Coral Way Elementary
or the same will becomi Week of this Court and to serve a ..k-t..1 Clreal ef the Slat er Flor. CHRISTOPHER.PlalnttfV.
void according to law.First copy thereof upon the Plaintiff's al. ida la B.d for llllliberougk C..* | School are "scoringas
publication on May 1, 1984.CHAUNCEY torney whose names and address IN OIIANCBBT "'.
&: CHRISTOPHER well regular students or
OLIVER
pear Lemon, on or before the May RALPH as

as Administrator TIb. 1964 the nature of this prooeedtn FULTON SAVINGS BANK KINGS STATB or Defendant FLORIDA better," In both Spanish and
Deceased being a suit for foreclosure of won
Estate of Harry Taylor. COUNTY a New York banking OLlVEJCltRJ8TO.
., Florid gage against the following describe Tot RALPH English.On .
808 Tampa Street Tampa corporation.Plaintiff PHER who** reeidenee I* lea

CHAUNCEY HYATT property Beginning, to-wit at; 841.5 feet East Liberty Dr., Basic. )', South another front, Spanish may
sut.tl
308 Attorney Tampa Street West of the Corner ofthe JAMTM U. WOOD and MARGIE M. Youlre'herebyr' .Utrea M'tOOeManswer : not be doing so well
Florida \ Southwest one quarter (SWU WOOD, his wife, d.tnsoaf. in I
Tampa, written any
S/l/64 ) of Southeast one quarter (SBH Defendant, or with the Cler* "I get all kinds of reports on
Section 8 Township SOSouth. the
) of STATE Or FLORIDAI ttrYot
la serve a copy
No. 14081!-C : Range 20 East, and runWad Tot :JAMBS B. WOOD and KAROHII. t.bereof and attorney, the elementary school Spanish pro- ,'

NOTICE Of SUIT seventy, (1O)- feet North WOOD, his wife, whose reel upon tb.lluDurf'e appears Dr. Hall said and drew *
ThlrteeatljBdlclal three hundred feet East seventy I 188J Sunnysld Drive whose name tram, ,
!. the Clrealt Cer ef the dance before the 18th day el
District of the State ef FlorId (70) feet and South three hundred Cajroo South Carolina. hereon, **the or nature of this proceed i laugh from the packed auditorium

*.. !a _d for HUIsberogh Coast; feet to point of beginning, as the You ar* hereby required to file TOur K.I144. suit for divorce. .
IN CHANCERY same Is recorded In the Public answer or written defenses, If any In tag being and a ORDERED at Tampa, it Llndsey Hopkins Education
DONE
Records of Hlllsborough County, with the Clerk
the above proceeding
J. S. OLKASON,JR. as Admlnlstra.. Florida. of this Court and to serve a COpy! Hlllaborough 1Mb dray!, rrile 1ttt64.norJAMES Center.;
tor of Veteran Affairs, an Office. DONE AND ORDERED at Tamp,, thereof upon the Plaintiffs attorney Ida, thi* T.'JAYL6n, JR.. "It's hard for me to give up on
of America,, Hlllsborough County, State of Floi whose and addressee
of the United States name appear Circuit Court
Plaintiff, Ida, this April 22nd. 1964. hereon, on or before the ISth day e; (Seal), Elf HENRY OARCIA, a concept that seems to be so
vs.ROBERT. JAMES F.:TAYLOR. JR.. Clerk May 1964. the nature of this proceed Clash
C. ORAVITT and wife, (Seal) HllUborough County Inc being a suit for foreclosure .f( RIOAtT nCARROTTA.Solicitor Deputy! ilmple he added.

BB2SSUB ORAVITT.Defendants. Court By PAUL House, SPANOLER. Z>.( ., mortgage property against, to the-wltl following described lit for Street Plaintiff "I've been In classrooms where

STATE Or FLORIDA Gregory. Cour A PanlelloAttorneys Lot II. In Block 4, of PARDEAUraOKBS. Twlgfs Florida )rou thrill all the way up and down
TOJ ROBERT C. wlfjBES8IB for the Plaintiff Unit Number Tb.ao.- 4/17/tV
ORAVITT, whose rest. 404 Jackson Street voiding to map or plat thereof r*. )our backbone at the way things
denoe Is 2012 Schmidt Rd., Chat Tampa, Florida (3603 corded In Plat Book 85. 69. I
.o-.r.: and I've been In others
going
Tennessee. 4/24/64 of the Public Ne.140i1100NOTICE ire -
____ ,
____
yJcZb YOU. an Florida.
SOITI
OT
BACK OF where there In
no
was
tor'jfltab\ progress
hereby required to file your al1..r No. 140586-C al Tamp the Clreelt Coart ef the Tklr oe4kJadlrUl I
or written defenses. If any In th.. NOTICE OF SUIT County of ntUsborougb State ol, Clreell ef the male of Flor Ipsntsh Dr. Hall said.
above proceeding in this Court and to !. the Circuit Court ef the TblrteeHt: : Florida, this iMh day of April."I 1M4. Ida, la sad for ..1II..r.. .. Coaty
.
serve a copy hereof upon the Plaintiffs Jedlelal ClresiU e* the State ef n.rI. -. JAMES r. TAYLOR. IN CHANCERY: The program, la which elementary

attorney, whose name and ad- ..., In cad. for HllUeereegh Vocal, Seal) Cleric school children are
.
appears hereon, on or BerortthTlst IN CHANCEBYMERCEDEff lllaborough Count,. Florid WALTER r... MILIJGAN,
day of June 19 4. the erotic By I O. R. BTONKR, Plaintiff taught Spanish on the school radio
.
being a suit to GARCIA VALDEZ, .
of which proceeding PANI.lt11tfCleril. fl.LTNHID.
foreclose a mortgage from Robert COravltt Plaintiff, :JOHN U. U M1LLIOAN.Defendant. 15 minutes a day, will be re*
and wife Bessie Oravltt t.o va.GRARDO. GREGORY COUR4 PANIELLO .
oVeterans' tor viewed and perhaps revised" dart
Attorneys Plaintiff
VALDEZ
J.: a. Oleason Jras Officerrrof STATE OP FLOntDAl
Affairs, an th.... Defendant. 404 Jackson Street Tot LYNNE. L MILLIOAN. whose lag the 1M443 school year, he
United States of America dated D STATE OF FLORIDA Tampa S, Florida residence I* 16S Cornelllu Read,
filed :rtco SI To OERARDO VALDEZ, 408 4/17/64 Weodly I Heights, Spartsnburg, aid.
r'.t In o < Clement Fernandss, Guinea, NOTICE South Carolina
Book 1065. Pate 462. public records of: La Habana Cuba I. tko Thi tee./h Judicial ClreellCourt Ten are hereby required to flU your Dade schools are getting a great

HllUborough County, Florida folow/ni sal= You are hereby required te file you. ..fhe male ef Florid answer er written defensest anys deal of national attention on the
mortgage encumbering the answer or written defense. If & der la sad for MliUbereugk Ceualy.No. the above proceeding with the Clerk.
described property, situate, lying and. the above proceeding with the of thi* Court and I. serve a copy pedal project financed by the"ord
being In Hlllsborough County, FlorfcotVBl'ock of this Court and To serve a cop, 1406SSCU thereof upon the plaintiff* attorney, .
thereof upon the plaintiffs attorne) net PETITION or whose name and address appear.* Foundation for teaching En,

28. TOWN T* CO l7N. whose name and address appear lances. e. or before the iStk day. DfKa.t..tUN. sit to Cuban refugee children heaid.
TRY PARK t/NIT No. 6.jas per screen. em er before the lath day e. STATE orAFLOORIDA0 the aalure ef thus proceed ,
otdthe nature of this proceed T. a suit for dlvoree. .
mapShook :, ton peage 7 Ma1'fJ'tlae for divorce. RODOLFO JULIAN MARTINEZ 'DMNa.and ORDERED: st Tampa,

public records of I1II'bor01l'1a, DONE a-u: ORDERED at Tamps., 41S Lovotoy Street N.W. Rlllker ugk County, Flat of Florida, '"Four or five years ago, 'rrbocty *

TI'-.I: ::: structure. ad Ida HllUborough this 14th day County. of ,April State, 1964.of Pier Atlanta You are Georgia hereby, notified thai a his, lOtk day ef*April.r., CurtJul.1H4.JAME .. was saying Dade children

Improvements now and hereafteron ; TAYLOR, JR. petition for adoption ef your minor (Seal) Clerk Clreult ere not learning to spell* Dr.
said lead. and the rentss ta.uei, ((Seal) Clerk Clreult Court shut Rodolfeullan Martin. By O. R. STONER
and profits of theproperty above dews bodl Byt' PAUL BPANOLBB: was filed In this Court en the It.1 Dwputy Clerk (all ssld. They may still belying

; atttachedntoouors nw a K&rtlll..nrut" Clerk. day of April A.D.. 164. br Bafaot) WILLIAM R. TAYLOR, JR It but standardized
used on
bereatt.. Klvln L. Mayo, sad "O.are hereby; eommaaded SelkKter fer Plaintiff ,
connection with the premise here- HERCB MARTINEZ to file with the Clerk ef this MS Morgan Street. its our children now are above
in described.DONxl Solicitor for Plaintiff Court (personally orI.a
and ORDERED at Tampa inT N. Howard er your by A"r. Suit ea z.s-m' the national average la spelling. '

Hlllsborough count Florida Ibis Tampa, Florida the 26th day ef May 1S44. tehw I
A.T4.1H4. A.fal (Four or five year ago, stanardlzed -
tTth day et April. 4/17/64 aue why the petitionhnnld .
JAM Ell r. TATIX>R. Ia., net b* *rn (Sal) :.Aa Clerk.gtfS Court 'No. 1117 my hand cad tb* official I NOTICE TO
SysDWepo Y. NOTICE TO CREDITORS *real ef the said Court at T-ff 'rsn somewhat below the national
that the usjbe
ClerIE.A. morld. this the Slat day l. hereby gtiv*
.. Co MARTINO that the usIerMga.d ", ermmMdl kM Art a.eelat4M lY'r.,. In spelling)
I hereby given
Netiee
Attorney for Plaintiff *has been duly appointed fslVn'jAkms. TAYLOR JR. clerk u d 4uafcA dmtal A4miaUtrtor .f tk.

t023tt K. Broadway AdmUilstrator ef UM By HENRY OAKCIA *f oatrackOsieta. a/k/a.Frank
and qualified a* o4. A" ...,.
EJareia
.. "
Tampa, Florida Clvde Lewis,
estate ef William PICARROTTA .
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GROCERY with ana the that Clerk of ..... Chesil. Ire' .'lleatlM meeUs ef frees Ule ...'- Notice I. hereby give that 'Betty of 1st S.uee.Rackelaieerer. 'demand.__.< k* I* A".. ...... I*. f7w431fTHE
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i 12 LA GACETA FRIDAY MAY 8,


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Where The Boys Are

I Cracker Politics I (Continued from page 10) n
I' I Pentecost of 112 S. Boulevard,

I Tampa, Fla., has been promoted to

,. w, By ALLEN MORRIS airman third class in the United

This first appeared in the De- Candidates even laugh at them States Air Force.

I Land Sun News and 10 other daily selves (usually when they win). Airman Flinn is presently a student -

\ newspapers.) Take Public Utilities Commission. at the Keesler Technical

: TALLAIIASSEE Quips and er Jerry W. Carter for example Training Center here.

wisecracks distinguish Florida The Old Campaigner said he first The airman is a graduate of

politics from those of some of our ran because, out of a Job and lack. Jefferson High School and a former

Latin American neighbors who ing grocery money for his familyof student at the University of : f: c

change ''governments with bullets eight, candidacy was "a respectable South Florida. ? ,' + ,
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excuse for begging. S
instead of votes.Sometimes .
ridicule becomes a Carter started out with '10,000

j I weapon, as with John E. 'Mathews I campaign cards 'printed on credit. y.

j deriding of "The Florida Family "When I'd see men 'who had work

Dickinson," the cartoon strip ap ed with me in campaigns for other vi

proach. candidates, I'd quickly ask them

1 Sometimes it is pure humor, as for $2. I'd take down their name : J :
and address. Of the $2, I'd send : :
I
J in the retelling by GOPer Ken :
$1 home and use the other dollarto
of the
Folks of his witnessing
A ,
keep myself going.
small West Florida
scene in the
"Before continued Carter 1T
long, ,
bar when a woman, confused by a
"I got to be so expert at begging
campaign poster ''behind an array
that I raised the amount to $4. Of
of bottles, called for "one of them
the $4, I'd use two dollars to pay
King Highs.
off one of the $2 contributors and
Sometimes it seems press agen-
make the same distribution of
try, as with Joe Livingston's{ yarn
the other two dollars. Then I
L.-Y 7Sv6
about the little boy who felt his
stepped it to $6 and repeated
up ,
mother was being unkind and Lt. Brodus A. Floyd
by that time (being able to '
said-or allegedly said-"If you pay LACKLAND, AFB, Tex. Bro- }"
off the $4 contributors. Before the
don't quit Win so mean, I'll have dus A. Floyd, son of Mr. and Mrs.
campaign was over I getting
was
Daddy, take back your Haydon Allen M. Floyd of 2515: W. Wilder
$8 and taking care of the $6 UNISPHERIC ATMOSPHERE-Students from the Bronx, N. Y.,
Burns button." ." peepie. Ave., Tampa, Fla., has been com appear to be on top of the world despite a rainy day'at the
Sometimes you wonder, too, missioned a second lieutenant in New York World's Fair. The Unlsphere, symbol of the expo.
about Bud Dickinson's report of Of course, those who got their the United States Air Force, upon itlon, Is reflected in one of the puddles at the central plaza.

who tele money back really tore their shirts graduation from Officer
the Tampa 12-year-older Training _.T".lr.*<"r'rT_;'r'r.T..T' y'iTJUHL
phoned to ask if Dickinson could for Carter's election. And those School here.Lieutenant. I

make an exception of castor oil in who had an investment in his candidacy Floyd was selected .

his pledge against taxing medi worked mightily, too. tor the training course through [ ]
cine. As Governor, Spessard L. 'Holland competitive examinations with

once told of the candidatewho other TAMPA MRPOWVem SHERATON
And sometimes it is amusement college graduates He is being MUCMTS fc ,
lived in a Northwest Florida
I tinged with sumpathy as when reassigned to WrightPattersonAFB
Fred Karl tells privately of flying county all his life and was stunned Ohio, for training as a civil RALPH ACOSTA COMBO] !
when he received only the MOTOR INN
to an important conference, a pro engineering officer. I Vocalist i

I meeting which he felt demanded verbial test for hatful the Legislature.of votes in his con. His wife, Mary Ann, is the :MARY JANE KLEIN I

the best of him in appearance and daughter of 'Lieutenant Colonel
I every other way, only to discover "I can't understand it," Holland and Mrs. Theodore Micceri of From 9 P. M. 'til 2 a. m.t .

upon landing that' a sleeve of his quoted the rejected aspirant assaying 12212 N. Oregon Ave., Tampa, VININfl. BANCIMOMM Enjoy Your Dinner
ruefully the morning after .
SGOODFELLOW Itewii opwi Till MMaMrt
only coat on the trip had been the votes had been counted. "I tar O_ Till S A.M. In The Fabulous
caught in the'plane's door and ex AFB, Tex. T thought in this Fountain Court
posed to the.shredding winds for everybody county. Airman:Second Class Chester F. t
"
several hundred miles. knew me. Fleegal Jr., Son I of Mr. and Mrs. >s M.W.st.......Dr._SNrM Specializing In
.. ...
Or it may be Scott: Kelly stopping "That's Just the trouble, responded Chester F. Fleegal Sr. of 3608 M !......hw.uasAkPM, FRENCH CUISINE
his wife who had
in a 'bar for a glass of water opposed Gardenia Drive, Tampa, Fla., has And Then See Our
i his getting into .
I and to handshake and having to politics."They completed a special United States Fine Floor Show In The

face down a barmaid who said "in all know you, all right-too Air Force 'course for communi- CIIECKMATE LOUNGE
well.
the good old days, a candidate setup cations technicians here. Help Fair Fight NIGHTLY

i the bar for the house before he LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Airman Flegal, a graduate of unfair & bi olsale nu & :3 Shows, On Saturday

pasted out his cards. Robin pn High School, attendedSt. I used catalogs warehses Swap rents

j Richard W. Ervin, now Supreme Don't Spanish Arabs ., Petersburg (Fla.) Junior College .
,
before entering the Air
has warned
Court Justice, long
fellow politicoes of the trickster Have Rights? Force in 1963.
(From The Miami Herald) r5 .
who, when asked !by a candidate Palladium Ballroom
,A has been raised in this Airman
for help, replies: "I'll see what cry AMARILLO, Tex. -

little I can do for you." country especially in Washingtonover Third Class Mack E. Padgett, son 205 WEST CASS STREET
Everyone will agree with Judge the report of Russia's present of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hurlbut

Ervin that the shading of words is attack on Judaism. As was to of 8307 Marks St., Tampa, Fla., Saturday Night Dance

important. Ben II. Fuqua of Mia be expected, both senators from bas graduated from the technical

Manatee county New York and our Secretary of training course for U. S. Air Force
mi, formerly a 'THE SKYLINERS' 9 P. M. til 12 P. M.
and Chief Clerk of State Dean Rusk reacted with the Jet engine mechanics at Amarillo
Representative
the House, suggests that people, accusation that Soviet Russia is AFB, Tex.Airman. EL DORADOS" 12 til 3:00 A. M.

in the excitement of a campaign. stepping on so-called human Padgett, now trained to ADMISSION $1.50 B.Y.O.B. PH. 229.9569

often will read into a statement rights. No one criticized them for inspect and repair turbojet engines

what they want to hear. that but they should recognize the will be assigned to one of ,
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fact that since the Russian
government 250 installations
Fuqua had a telephone inquiry the more than
is atheistic, its purposeIs world-wide where Air Force combat -
some years ago about the progressof to eliminate not only Judaism The Piano
I Of
a State Senate campaign distant I and support units are based. Enjoy Playing The
'but all religions superstitious
from Miami. Fuqua said he'd as The airman, a former student at Fabulous PEE WEE MOORE
beliefs for is I
they say "religion
make some calls. Afterwards, he East Bay High School, entered the
capsuled his findings thus: "The the opium of the people. service in October <1969. :Nightly At
The point that I am driving at
Senator's going to' get more votes Is our lack of consistency. To men Spanish people have been perse--
"
than some folks think. Excitedly, tion only one -ease, let us take cuted, jailed and tormented for THE BONFIRE

the person getting the report exclaimed Spain as an example.For their: struggle to return to de-
"You don't It! Do
: mean more than' a quarter of a mocraoy and during all this time I
mind if I tell people?"
you my century dictator Franco has been we are yet to bear some sort of I COCKTAIL LOUNGE
What Fuqua said was true: the persecuting Protestants and Masons protest from the State Depart- ;
Senator did get more votes than
as if they were criminals. (Continued on page 14) I
come folks thought even if that I II 3447 GRAND CENTRAL AVE.

number was not enough for him PH. >ffi t/11 I ICR'

to win. DIAL 877-3495

,One ,of, former Governor LeRoy

Collins. favorite chuckles resulted .
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from an incident' at St. Petersburg -

of his 54 ,campaign. Because so OICCA IICOIDINO AITIST

many of ,the' patients at the Bay LENNY DEEINTERNATIONAL. NEW MANAGEMENTNEW
Pines Veterans' Hospital had arranged

to,watch' Collins had been M EMBASSY..... q.lq WN BOYS....IM ....wN POLICY
cautioned to make some mentionof

them'in his television speech. .... ....... ...y..T YY..T Y.TT The Palms Steak House
I
But, having much to lay Collins
used up his airtime and the an- (fsrmerly Jake Walk ra Chlekvn'N Chip)
:JI.OUDcerabout to take over INN NOW OWNED BY JOB AND HELEN BCDAMI

"'for thesifn-oif'"when Collins saw .1032 E. Hillsborough Avenue
Dining and
'oae'of his associates, John Ausley. Dancing Nightly

frantically,waving ft''card with the TO MUSIC IN .SPECIALIZING IN STEAKS and

tingle scrawled word: "Veterans!" SPANISH and ITALIAN DISHES

Thinking quickly, Collins waved j THE GOLDEN GALLEON LOUNGE
NEW PHONE DIaU1PAGE
Into the retreating camera and ; Kennedy BeeIeYant at Btslioi, Phone 877-7611
shouted: "So long Veterans!" -
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, New Era Of Statesmanship DemandedOf Tampans To Attend National Boy's Club I

I Negro Heads I Convention Washington, D. C. May 1014

By EMANUEL GOLDBERG easily swing a national election, Chas. "Stretch" Murphy, Execu Those having reservations front
(From the Jewish Times) and all politicians know this. live Director of the local Boy's Tampa are: Mr. Isidor Wohl, past
0 Utterly inevitable is the awak What did the Wallace vote real Clubs announced today that at president of the local Clubs, whoIs
ening of statesmanship in the ly mean? It's hard not to subscribeto least five Tampans would join i a member of the 1964 B C. A.
ranks of present-day, responsible the view that it represented a more than 1,000 lay and profess. I National Convention Committee;
Negro leadership. protest against the many excesses ional youth leaders representingsome Joseph A. Reno Associate Director
I
n.- That is the forest view of the and pressure tactics now being 635: Boy's Clubs, with well of the Interbay Branch Boys'
CARME and PAUL broiling civil rights controversy; used by some desperate Negro over 600,000 members, for the Club; and Club Directors Owen
Tommy Moe Raft must eventually assert itself If leaders in order to speed up realization :58th Annual Boys' Clubs of America Vaught, of the West Tampa
Tony Von Trio our shaken Nation is to stand of their otherwise deserved Convention, May 10-14) in Branch and Nelson Perri, of the
united and strong, and free of ends. Washington D. C. Ybor City Branch; and Mr. Mur
even sporadic jungle law. And this presents a dilemma. A
This is a tall order for the polIcymakers .' return to gradualism in the old,i mits a crime the headline on the phy.Four days will be devoted to a
of the Southern ChristIan measured-step sense of the pre- news story does not blurt: "Local program which will virtually cover
/ M Leadership Conference the protest era seems out of the question Episcopalian Slays for Loot." But every aspect of youth Work, Including -
II I I NAACP, CORE the Urban League if the present Negro heads what happens in many States the school "drop-outs",
and the rest for they are daily are to win enduring support to when a Negro or other memberof youth unemployment smoking,
i confronted with a lack of organic! the rank and file. a minority group gets involvedon older member programs finance
I unity amid internal bickering and About half a century ago LouisD. the seamy tide? problems, physical fitness, etc.
: WHILE ON THE frail human jockeying for power, Brandeis delivered an address Just recently many good willed Besides being an official delegate *
: WEST SIDE OF as well as the noise of external .on "A Call to the Educated Jew" persons were electrified when the along with Mr. Wohl, Mr.
, I Negro extremists and restless before the Menorah Society. What Brooklyn chapter of CORE an. will
i Murphy serve on a panel on
j TOWN- : constituents Certainly the Kings, the great jurist said In effect to nounced that it planned to createa Wednesday morning, entitled,
i; Stop in at the L Wilkinses, Farmers and Youngs his co-religionists was that a Jew, massive traffic jam on roadways Workshop for New Administrators.
cannot look to the white community unlike his neighbor, carried two leading to the New York World's' His special subject on this
I for sterling example. The lack responsibilities for all of his actions Fair on its opening day April 22. panel will be "Club Buildings and
CastawaysLounge I.. of intoxicating leadership was : to himself, as an Individual, Motorists were to be asked to put Equipment."
never more apparent in the prevailing and to his fellow Jews, as a group. only enough fuel In their gas
J white power structure. What a Jew did for good or evil tanks to get them onto one of the Hugh D Auchincloss internally
known attorney, Is general Chair-
I &, Package Store Yet more than incipient danger not only reflected upon himself major roadways leading to the of the
Convention.
signals have been raised for the but also upon all of his people. Fair. If enough such cars stalled, man Nationally
4613 Grand Central known business civic
and educational
colored leaders. Nobody in his How perspicacious are the Bran. Brooklyn's CORE chapter hoped -
right mind will shrug off as mean. deis words today-and they speakin that a tremendous traffic jam leaden will participate in
.
ingless the 23: % of the Democraic universal and wise tones to the would result. This would apparent.ly over 50 Convention forum, workshops
Party vote which Gov. Wallaceof Negro population of America. satisfy the local Negro leader. clinics and training sessions
BIG Alabama jubilantly nailed downIn When a white Protestant corn- (Continued on page 14) now on the program.
the Wisconsin election. As Ar-
t hur Krock has pointed out, the
SHOWNITELY very bad and demagogic image
which this southern politician has
ast across the world accentuates
;
his disturbing support from a pro-
The Brass Rail testing minority of 25*. Such
in across-the-board bloc could

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47th birthday anniversary of the tat, aaui>lnatd president of the United BUte Lower
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i PAGE LA GACETA _FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1964Jtir4



LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE I


NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE OF FORECLOSURE SALE! ''I
BY CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT BY CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT

) Notice I* hereby given that the undersigned Notice 1* hereby given that the un I
JAMES F. TAYLOR, JR.. dersigned JAMES F. TAYLOR JR.,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of HlUs Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hills-
borough County, Florida, will on the borough County, Florida, will on the
19th day of May, 1964, at 11:36 o'clock 26th day of May, 1964. at 11:30 A.M.,
i A.M., at the front door of the CourtHouse at the front door of the Court House
of Hlllsborough County, In the of Hlllsborough County, In the City
Florida, offer for saleand of Tampa, Florida, offer for sale and
if Olfel'farr"'p outcry to the sell at publlo outcry to the highest
highest and best bidder, for cash, the and best bidder for cash, the following
following described property, situateIn described property situated in Hills-
t Hlllsborough County Florida, to. borough C n f'crotdi to-wlti
{ Lot 21 In : TEMPLE
f wiltLot 8 and the North 20 feet of Lot PARK UNIT No. 1, a* per map or
{ 4 In Block 12, of MORRISON plat thereof recorded In Plat Book
6 1 IjA GROVE SUBDIVISION, accordingto 35, on page 89, of the Publlo
map or plat thereof, recorded Record of HlUsborough County,
: i In Plat Book 6, on page 54, of the Florida.
pub 110 records of Hllliborough pursuant to the final decree of fore
County, Florida, closure entered in a case pending In
I } III pursuant to the Final Decree of Foreclosure aid Court, the style of which Is
\ I S SH entered in a case pending In UNITED MORTGAGEE SERVICING
tI t said Court, the style of which Is: CORP., a corporation
MARIE E. CRALLE. Plaintiff,
I Plaintiff, : *
TERR" ? R. BUCK and JUNE BUCK,
ANTIiONY J. PELESKI and MAIZIE his wife.Defendants.
E. PELESKI his wife, .
Defendants.and and the docket number of which Is
the docket number of which U Number 1S9641-C.
Number 140125C.WITNESS WITNESS my band and the official
a ti 't my hand and the official seal of said Court, this 6th day of
seal of said Court this 30th day of Hay 1964
9 April, .JAMES F. TAYLOR JR.
1964.JAMES F. TAYLOR, JR. (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court
(Seal) Clerk of the Circuit Court By O. R. STONER
By PAUL SPANGLER Deputy Clerk
Deputy Clerk GIBBONS, TUCKER, McEWEN,
GIBBONS TUCKER, McEWEN, SMITH & COFER
SMITH A COFER Attorneys for Plaintiff
to r Plaintiff P. O. Box 1363

U.S. BASKETBALL STARS GOING ON TOUR-U.S. Secretary of State Dean Rusk Is presented 606 Madison Street 5/S/St-It Tampa 1, Florida
Tampa, Florida
an autographed basketball in Washington, D.C., by top U.S. basketball stars who &/Sat

I are going on tour. From left are Tom Cola, New York Knickerbockers; Oscar Robertson NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE

and Jerry Lucas, Cincinnati Royals; Buddy Lareaux, trainer; Bob Pettlt, St. Louis Hawks; NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE BY CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Rusk, and Tom Helnsohn, Boston Celtics. UY CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
!. the Circuit Court of the ThlrtenthJudicial Notice II hereby given that the un
Clrenlt la and for derslgned, JAMES' F, TAYLOR
JR.
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I New Era of Statesmanship Demanded I LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT lUUfboroBgh County Florida.IN Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hills-,
CHANCERY. borough
.
County, Florida, will on the
(Continued from page 13) Is moved from inertia or misunderstanding NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE tbalro of May, 1964. at 11:80 AM.
BY CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT No. 1S9716-O at door of the Court House
ship which had unilaterally con to solid support of the THE MANHATTAN SAVINGS BANK, of Hlllsborough County, In the City
Nonce !. hereby given that the undersigned a New York banking corporation, of Tampa, Florida, offer for sale and
cluded that people shouldn't en. civil rights movement. JAMES F.. TAYLOR, JR., Plaintiff, sell at publlo outcry to the highest
themselves when Incidentally it is Imperativethat Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hills- ... and best bidder for cash, the following
Joy Negroes are
borough County, Florida, will on the26th CHARLES 8OLOWITZ!! and LEE described property situated In Hills-
suffering all over the country." white leadership elements- May, 1964. at 11:80 A.M., 8OLOWITZ. his wife borough County, Florida, to-wltl
\ at the front: door of the Court Houseof Defendant Lot 74 In Block 12 of PROGRESS
It didn't take thoughts about beyond the clergy, educators, and Hlllsborough County In the City VILLAGE UNIT NUMBER ONE.
of Tampa, Florida, offer for sale and Notice I* breeby given that the undersigned according to plat thereof
statesmanship to get the national some public officials-give powerful sell at public outcry to the highest HON. fJi: TAYLORJR. recorded in I't.'Bk 36, on page
office of CORE to 'react. The support to King, Wilkins, and beet bidder for cash, the follow.Ing ., Clerk of the Court ofHlUsborough 82, of the public record of Hllls
described property situated In County, Florida, will on borough County, Florida!
Brooklyn chapter was wisely sus Young, when the,crucial cards are Hillsborough Florida to-wit the 20th day of May, 1964, at 11:00 : Quaker RH6S-E-1
cntl' healer
Lot 7 In : of PARDEAU A.M, at the front door of the Hills wall permanently Installed
pended. This act of self-policing played by these able men, for SHORES UNIT NUMBER TWO borough County Courthouse, In the pursuant to final decree of fore
white help at a plat thereof re* City of Tampa Florida, offer for sale closure entered In a case
without pluralistic In
by CORE was, of course, laudable' :1'/3 IrallaB 84 on Page and sell at public outcry to the highest said Court, the style of which pending I*
'L whether It accomplishes the im I the right time, the gong clange onstage 61,'public record of Hlllsborough and best bidder for cash, the follow MOLTON, ALLEN A WILLIAMS,
County, Florida. fog described property situated InHlllsborougb INC., a corporation.
mediate objective or not. for the Black Muslims, the pursuant to the final decree of foreclosure .. County, Florida, to-wltl Plaintiff,
Malcolm and that kind. Then entered In a CAM pending Inlaid The riolfe: Feet of Lot 163
A few months earlier, In a re- X's, Court the style of which Is ALL and the West 5.36Feet W I L L I B LEE GALLOWAY and

spectable community close to Dos' presumably no household will be THE BRIdVOORT SAVINGS BANK of Lot 165 of BEL-MAR ESSIE MAE) GALLOWAY, his wife,
OF BROOKLYN a corporation, SUBDIVISION, UNIT NUMBER ants.

\ ton, CORE demonstrated publicly safe.Even Plaintiff TWO thereof, according recorded In to Plat map Jot 14 Number and the 140209-C.docket number of which Is

against a local realtor even be Woodrow Wilson's historic ROBERT H. MEEKS and CAROLYN on page 8. of the Publlo Records WITNESS my hand
brand of idealism ran far ahead of MEEK0: hi* wife of Hlllsborough County, Florida. seal of said Court, thisd5thedaycloof\ :
fore the latter had his day In
Defendants. TOGETHER WITH Heater, permanently May,
court before the Massachusetts his own people. The statesmen in and the docket number of which !I. installed 1964.JAMES F. TAYLOR. JR.
their Number 140002C.WITNESS pursuant to the final decree of foreclosure (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court
ranks with God In
Commission Against Discrimina Negro : my band and the official entered In a case pending In By W. T. MURRAY
breasts, must now somehow finda seal of aald Court, this 5th day of said Court the style of which Is Deputy Clerk
tion. Here, even the tactics were ,' May 1954. The Manhattan Savings Bank, a New GIBBONS, TUCKER, McEWEN
questionable because CORE' had pathway for the erring white |,, ? -JAMBS: : \ F TAYLOR JR. York banklair "corporation, VersusCharles SMITH A COFER: ,
1 (Seal) Circuit CourtDeputy flolowit'r.n-1 Lee ,Solowltx? Attorney for Plaintiff ,vl
lowered the boom on its hapless people to follow. Slyof OARCIA his wife, an<1.Doc .Number- which Is P. O. Box 1363 *8
Clerk 139716-C. ; Tampa 1, Florida
target well before the strategic GIBBONS. TUCKER, McBWEN, WITNESS my'hand and the official /S/6f-lt
SMITH>A COFER seal of said Court this 1st day ofMay
and moment. The sword '
necessary 1964.HON..
Attorney for PlaintiffP.
I' ,of Damocles was removed and O. Box 1363 JAMES F. TAYLOR JR. NOTICE OF SALE:
Tampa 1, Florida (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court
frittered away. Instead, a Pyrrhic BowlingTBC 1/1/6t-1t Hlllsborough County Florida Notice I* hereby given that pursuant -
By HENRY GARCIA to a Final Decree of Foreclosure
victory was probably gained with BY CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT Deputy Clerk entered In cause numbered 139126-C In
home going to fine GREGORY, COURS the Circuit Court of Hlllsborough
a temporary a
Notice U herby given that the undersigned A PANIELLO County, Florida, I will sell the prop
State Department Negro employeebut JAMES F. TAYLOR, JR.:. Attorneys erty situated In Hlllsborough County,
MIXED Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hill* 404 Jackson Street Florida, described as:
no broader base for good will LEAGUEThe borough County Florida, will on the 5/8/64 The East 6 feet of Lot 7 and the
and further educational erosion TBC Mixed League is off toa 19th day of May, 1964, at 11io: A.M., West 69 feet of Lot In Block SO
at the front door of tb. Hlllsborough of TOWN 'N COUNTRY PARK,
achieved In the township. good start after three weeks of County Court house, In the City of la the .Thirteenth NOTICE Judicial: Circuit el UNIT NUMBER SIX ANNEX according -
Tampa, Florida, offer for sale and to map or plat thereof re
the Btato *f Florida. la ...caF.r
E The mere thought of a series of bowling. sell at publlo outcry to the highest IIIUsbrengh Centy.No. corded 1 In Plat o S
Leading the league with 10 winsis and best bidder for cash, the follow of the Public ,. orPjl'rla-
wildly irrational, local Negro protests Ing described property situated in 140569-C borough County, Florida.
across America is frighten.Ing. Corces Market. Close behind is Hlllsborough County, Florida 32'1 to-wits la Rei Adoption of Two Minor by Together Improvement with all structure and
1-Glas. PI* Case 12" x: now and hereafter
Obviously, the Negro organizations the Four Bee's with 0 wins andMullaney's 1-Glass Candy Case 18" x: 42" Ernest F. Donlnl on said land and the rents Issue,
Body Shop and La National Cash Register. Electric STATE Of FLORIDATot and profit of the above described
.
have gobs of fence mendIng
.' 1-6 H Ft Bobtail Fountain Joseph Melf property? and all fixture now or
and basic bread-and-butter Gaceta teams with 8 each. 1-6-Splndl. Multlmlxer Apt. 8 680 Wedgewood Drive co nee ionawithhth to or used In
11-34" Stool Columbus 4, Ohio premises here.
s; public relations to accomplish before Marge Salgado, "bowling for La 1-Neon ."Diner Sign t' x 8'aTran.formers You are hereby notified that a p.. to in described the and In addition there
following
has two 500 nMn.IU.S. tltoa for adoption of minor chile described house
Gaceta team posted your
American hold
the white populace appliance,
Slicing Machine, self-feed dren.Tina Mart Mlf and Teresa AnnMeifi which are, and
sets in a row-nice bowling! Hotpolnt Frlalator was filed In this Court on the hall be deemed to be, fixture and
a of
part
the
I IToutmuterSlIo. Touter.1Bloomfelsl 13th day of April A.D..1964. by Ernest realty
DON'T SPANISH Tony Duarte rolled a fine 574 French Fry Cutter General Electrio .. TA
F. Donlnl, and you are hereby com 21l ... Electric Built
Refrigerated Salad Bar manded to file with the Clerk of this In
Eunice
set last Thursday. Lopezwas
(Continued from page 12) 1-28 cu. ft. O.E 2-door Refrigerator Court your written Defense (person Surface Unit JP 76 Vi General

I ment. Not only have we kept silent high for women with a 542. Dishes Butcher Silverware Knives Salt, Pots A ,Pepper Pans ally or by Attorney) In said Suit on Therm Electric Wall Built In Heater Oven 335-O J 700; 60,000 Duo-
the 8th day of June A.D.,1964. to show
but what is worse, we have STANDINGS Shakers Ilotpolnt Waffle Baker cause why said petition should not be 1250 WauiNutonalood Heater.
pursuant to the Final Deere of Fore and Ex
I been supporting up to this day W L closure entered In a case pending la granted.Witness my hand and the official haunt

the regime Imposed on the Span. Corces Market _.-...-....... 10 2 said TAMPA Court BAY, the BANK style of a which corporation Is seal Florida of, this the the said 4th Court day of at May Tampa A.D.. the bidderlfor cash, to. at the Fro Dodo of

lab people by Hitler and Mussoli The Four Bees .......___.. 9 S Plaintiff 18M. In Tampa.Hlllsborough Florida County. Courthouse
... JAMES? r. TAYLOR. JR. between eleven
ni. MuUaney's Body Shop _?. 8 t ALBERT R. MAEURER and VIR (Seal) Clerk o'clock a.m. and two o'clock p.m. on
GINIA MAEURER: his wife the 27th day of May A.D.. 1964.
The Indignation of most Span La Gaceta .____..._,... 8 4 Defendant. By Deputy BBTTT Clerk BOHR May 5r 1964

lards for these unfair dealings has Nyllcs ___'__. 6 6 and the docket number of which Is MCDONALD for A ..PHILLIPSAttorneys Petltoner (Seal) Clerk JAMES:of F.Circuit TAYLOR.Court JR.

no significance to our politicians. Diego's Ceramics _....._., 5 7 WITNESS my hand and the official P. O. Box 18364 By BETTY BOHR
seal of said Court, this 29th day of Florida' 83609 ELLIOTT1 Clerk
The cry for human rights is al. CardInale Plumbing _., 5 7 April 1964. Tampa", AND SMITH
P. SCHWALBB
JAMES TAYLOR JR.
ways heard when a powerful and Pennies 5 7 (Seal) Clerk of the Circuit CourtHlltsborougb Attorneys at Law

rich minority is behind the ap Capital Glass __ .. ... .. S 9 By O. R. STONEItDeputy County Florida NOTICE TO CREDITORS 812 Jacksonville Barnett National 2, Florida Bank Building

peal; for the other minorities Sandra's __. r__. 1 11 Clerk N.. HIT S/l/64-lt
OIRBON*. TUCKER, McBWEN. Notice Is hereby given that the us.deretgned
such as the Spanish or the Arabs S. SMITH A COFER has bees duly appointed aid

with no political Influence and The Scotch Double winners of oe Mason o Street Plaintiff of qualified Amy A.a Wright* Executor deceased.of the All estat heir I. the Clr-Bll NOTICE Crt Or ef SUIT tke TklrtMmth

relatively few votes to offer, their Saturday, May 2,< at Tampa BowlIng Tampa. Florid creditor all other persons legate, having distribute claims,' sad or 4lrlal Ida la sad Circuit fee .f niUI the.State r*..k ef Ceealy Fler.

cry for justice and human rights Center ,. notified to praat them In dunll- N. Uieu-C
always falls on deaf ears. Nina, who were ,tops with 811. oats to the County Judge of Rill*, ORLANDO

J. REYES MARTIN Second spot was taken by Addle borough County at his office at the J. PEREZ plaintiffAUCaTb.
pO .yNEStAN Court House Tampa, Florida, properly
F' EUenton Harvey and Bob Dies with 784. sworn to wtthla six calendar PEREZ. Defendant
Jt., pARAdiSeANrfcoft month from the date of the first STATE? OF
FLORIDA?
( publication of this aoUcwEach
,' F- claim or demand must be la To ALICE D. PKREZ. whose reddeae .
t: writing aid must stat the place of New*York I* 935 Columbus Avenue
oncIPoIYMtIOftcuWne rlda aad poet office address of the New York
I want to thank the thousands claimant aad must b* sworn to by Ton are hereby required to file your
i answer
or
:: and drink the claimant, his agent or hi. attorney In the written defense. If any
above
: the will become void proceeding with the
or same
;$" of friends who voted for me in according t* law. Clerk of this Court sad to serve a
.
thereof
copy upon the plaintiff
: First publlcalioa en May I 8, 1964, attor
", enl: = ItoIfI MORT O. HENDERSONExecutor net, whoa Bam and address appear

,i f the Budget Board, Dist. 1 race. $:30r.M. .iII 2.00 A.M.L" Amy A. Wright of the Estate Dcad.of :hereoa.::.. 1M4.*a or the before nature the of 8ta this day ro.DONEDand

e/e 807 Jackson Street ORDERED *

:':::::; GILBERT"! Tampa.AND RAWLLXSAttoraey Florida' Hlllsborough! County, State at of Florida Tampa.,

'j Harry Kellum hawaUaixViUOQO .. thia Sib day of ..y. 1964.
MT Jackass Street JAMES r. TAYLOR JH.
I
i I Ta5JV61 ..Flert4aaU.SCRlaa (Seal a..k Br W.Clrevtt T. HURRAY Court D.C.

M. -ruwU to tune** atSTAURANT RIOAtr: A FICARROTTA

A: I WILL SEEK YOUR VOTE AGAIN ANOTHER DAY I 4 MOTH TO LA GACETA 629 ftoltrtter' TwtgjStreet for Platatllt

am NerH o.Ie...,,. P**.. 177.371 Flerlda. '
PRONE Ul-3ftl
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I DEFUNC.IONES; r AS WE HEARD IT CANDIDATOS(Viene de ELECTOS.la primer...)

SRTA. MARIA T. GARCIA, de de la tarde, para el cementerioRose xander Scaglione.
83 afios de edad, veclna del 2624 Hill. Deja a su esposa, Sra. (Continued from page 1) Supervisor del Reglstro Electoral
Marconi, falleci6 el lunes en un Rosa Escanaverino. Oficl6 en la solicitor. This was tall Paul. Mr. Johnson was his name. IrAn a la segunda vuelta el actual
hospital local y su entlerro se ceremonla religiosa el Rev. W. A. Earlier that evening, this reporter also had the plea- Regis tra dor, Sr. John C. De-
efectu6 el martes, partiendo el Warren, pastor del Liberty Gospel sure of dining with the newly-elected State Attorney kle, y el maestro de hlstorla Glenn
cortejo funebre de la Capilla de Tabernacle. Escolta de honor: se- James McEwen and his close friends and supporters at Barrlngton.
Lord y Fernandez, a las 4:00: de la Bores J. T. Martin, R. B. Martin y the Columbia Restaurant. It was a wonderful night. We Dekle recib6! mas de 22,000
tarde, para el cementerio Wood A. B. Dickinson. had supported the candidacies of three big winners-Mr. votos sobre Barrington.
lawn. Ofici6 en la cereraonla rell- McEwen, Mr. Blackburn and the newly elected Justice of Comdionado del Condado, Dist 1
giosa el Dr. Walter B. Passiglia, Nicklaus Gano the Peace Marion Hendry. We did not support Mr. Johnson Clarence E. Prevatt tub electo '

pastor de la iglesia Presbiteriana El CampeonatoDe That same night, a new constable was elected. His con una mayoria de mis de 16,000
St. John. Naci6 en Cuba y llevaba name-Clarence Prevatt. He too, was a friend.It votos sobre sus oponentes, Tony
72 afios de resldencla en Tampa.Le GolfoLAS was the beginning of a new era in law enforcementin Ippolito y C. W. (Dick) Schofield.
sobreviven tres hertnanas Time continued it always has and the
se. VEGAS, Nevada, Mayo 5.- this county. as Schofleld.Comltlonado.
floras Maria Luisa Diaz, Hortensia Jack Nicklaus triunfd ayer en el years slipped quietly into history. In 1956, the young del Condado, Dist. 3
Wakem y Herminia Volpe, 4sta en campeonato de Golfo con un total constable decided to fight the sheriff for the championship. A las segundas elecciones prl
Perry, N. York, y un hermano, Pe-. de 279 en 72 hoyos, obtenlendo The champ won and Mr. Prevatt joined the ranks of marias Irin el actual Comisionado, 'j
dro Garcia, en Miami. Car laron el un premio de 12000. the defeated. A new constable was elected. His parentshad Roy Haynes, y el Sr. Frank X df, '
sarc6fago los Sres. Anthony Bor. Quedaron empatados en segundo named him Malcolm.In un experto en jardineria. ,
rell, Manuel Garcia, Roberto Gar lugar Al Gellberger y Doug 1960, James McEwen decided not to seek the now Roy Haynes _......._._ 15,425
cia, George Grady, Russell Whid- Sanders, con 281. combined offices of the State Attorney and County Soli- Frank Neff __........._.. 15,982
den y Leo Martin. citor and graciously permitted Paul Johnson to enter the Quedaron ellmlnados los seftores
En 282 Julius Bo-
se empataron now all-powerful office unopposed. Mr. McEwen went for Floyd Golden el tercero en la votaclon -
ros campe6n Abierto de los Esta-
,
SR MANUEL ESCANA VERI. bigger game (against the advice of this reporter) and ran Glenn F. Summers, Anthony a
dos Unldos Chi Chi
Rodriguez
,
NO, de 72 afros de edad vecino for the congressional seat held by the incumbent Bill T. LoCicero, T. J, (Tommy)
Don Fairfield Jacobs
Tommy
del 3719 Nebraska, falleci6 el mar. yi Cramer. Mr. McEwen\ lost the race. Co grove, Robert Mount, Ralph
tes en un hospital local despues Paul Barney This week saw the end of that era. State AttorneyPaul Godar y Harley E. Martin.
Arnold Palmer finalize 284y
de una larga enfermedad. Nac6! con Johnson has felt the bitterness of defeat for the Junta de Educ cl6n
Art Wall Jr. Gary Player con
en las Islas Canarias y llevaba 25 y I first time. A new star dances upon the political stage. Distrito 3: Ben II. Hill, Jr., re-
anos de residencia en Tampa. Re. 283. II I The people saw, heard and liked. Overnight, the brilliant electo con mayoria( de mAl de 20,. J
sidi6 tambiln en el estado de Nue- CORTE FEDERAL.... talents of young and handsome Paul Antinori had stolen 000 votos sobre Frank E. Carey.
va York. Su entierro se efectu6 el (Viene de la piglna 2)) the hearts of the vast audience, they commanded Mr. 'Distrito S: IrAn a las segundasprlmarias
juevcs, partiendo el cortejo fune En el juicio de la semana pasa- Johnson to step down and give his role as State Attorneyto Everett F. Prevatt y
bre de C. E. Prevatt Funeral da los acusd el asistente fiscal the eloquent Mr. Antinori. Clyde F. McLeod, actual miembro 55
Home, 3419 Nebraska, a las 4:00: Arnold Levine. (Continued on page 16)) de la Junta.
Juei de Pat, Segundo Distrito ..
"
Joseph C. Poppell derrot6 a
Harley S. Miller por aproxlmada-
I mente 400 vOtOI.Cond..table.

Dlitrlto 1
Hector GlnesU y Mitchell A.
(Mickey) Newbergcr IrAn a la se
gunda vuelta.

31'i Hector Glnesta .._._.. 11,375
x .tip q' Mitchell A. Newberger.. 10,235Charlie
Mlrabclla qued& en ter-
cer lugar. Fueron tambKn ellml .
yS
"" nados Sam D. Capltano, Lloyd
Simmons, Lane Carlton, C. S.
(Dob) Hope, Pete L. Henderson,
i\ Carl F. Van Vllet John Htwrsk y
S % N S Chris L. Gout.
a R F Y tMS -
Condestable, Dlitrlto 2Contenderin
F S' k en Las segundii eelecclones .
prlmarias John C. Herring

ex y W. Gerald Thompson.
: Junta de Presupueitoi
Dlitrlto 1: A la segunda vuelta
gA
Irin Joseph A. Falsone y James L.
Taylor. Quedaron ellmlnados Harry .
Kellum y Debert L. McLaughlln. -

.
Joseph A. Falsone _.,. 18,578
James L. Taylor .......... 11,047
s .... ,. Distrito 3. A las scgundas prUmariis

IrAn Clifton M. Dcailey y
Dudley L. Spence.
Junta Electoral
d / a 4 ? Diitrito 2: IrAn a la segunda

i vuelta la Sra. Edna Mae Gibson y
,. James F. (Bobby) Martin.
Dlitrlto 4: Joe Nyberg fu6 ..Iee.to .
4 compitlendo con Nolan Cook.
; .S Junta de Hospital y Deneflcencla
,4gyy vA N Grupo 1: A la scgunda vuelta

... (1 Irin el 1 'Dr, Luis A. Splcola nota-
bit urologo, y el Sr. Thomas M.
H -5r/; Edwards, actual mlembro de la
Junta.
Thomas M. Edwards .... 21,739
Louli A. Splcola .,_ 19,081
rS,yy S Fueron ellmlnados Henry John
f'a Fernandez Charles T. Fisher Y
Collier R. Wyche,
Grupo 2: El excelente odont logo -
Dr. Edward L. Flynn vencld por
,; considerable mayoria a Winn P.
Rash y Mary L. Wolfgang
4 JM Edward L. Flynn 35,431

YY Win P. Rash ,., ..,,, lIoZU
h Harj I. Wolfgang 10,3$'
j IGMT qrM' Y Grupo 3: A Us scgundas priraa-
rlu IrAn la Sra. John R. limes y
.1 Dr. Emilio D. Echevarria. Qua
dams ellmlnados Madeline D.KDOWlton .
'Gracia de 10do coraz n a mit comnel' inmediato, solido progreto Bill Myers. Robert P.

Florida confianza para todo el Eitado de Florida. ScbwaU y ErwIA A. Vann.Sra .
patriotas de cuya lllmtt, 10,942 votos; Eche-

etfuerzos en favor de Candida vsrHs, 13&8.rOUTfCA. .
e incanable .A loa que apoyaron a otro
MODCEADA
mi candidatura dieron por resultado .to*, yo lea extiendo ulna caluroa y (Vlenc de la piflaa 2)

T .. una abrumadora victoria en los cocordial invitacion para que pawn *u. El Tribunal Supremo Federal
(Intlmidado tamWn, ha deeidldo
micios del pasado Martes. valiosa actividad a mi carapaHa. de acuerdo con .1 mJnhtro de la

tuna, que lot press politicos DOtJenea
Yo necesito otra vez vuej tra ayuda y ahora derecho' a habeascorpus

las segunda prima- ", "Ift.. : y prestar flanza.
activo apoyo en ? ,
FOR SAlX-TwelTe unit motel
rigs de Mayo 26 para lograr lo que r' oo Gulf. Modem. Call owner.

obte- HAYDON URNS< SLVIERNES P.tersburg-b44 I0.
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(Continued from page 15)) prisingly strong second in this coun next four days his chances of upsetting rabella (who we had picked fifth)
Mr. Blackburn, who had played the ty.We :Mr. Johnson will be rated came in third.
same part for twelve long years, had thought that major newspaper from fair to good." We picked John Lloyd Simmons (one of our top
I tired the public with his song and support would place Mathews third son to win in a real tight race. choices) came in fifth and fourth
dance routine called "I am a Poli in this county and fourth In the We are pleased to say that we man was Sam Capitano.
: tician" and he too, was given his rejection state. He ran a strong fourth here were wrong. Mr. Antinori will probe Then we predicted correctly that
slip. (just 500 votes behind Dickinson) ably wind up beating Mr. Johnson by Lane Carlton yvouU follow. We were
The people decided to give the sup- and a poor fifth in the state. 500 to 600 votes. wrong in naming Carl Van Vliet for

porting actor, Constable Malcolm We picked Mayor High to come in Public DefenderWe fourth spot, he came in ninth and
Beard, the leading role. They elected fourth in this county and fifth in predicted a win for Joe Spicola, Bob Hope who we thought would.
him sheriff.In the state and of course we were commenting that he had too much come in tenth came in seventh.
another theater-the defeated wrong. going for'him He beat Everett Jones We were right with Pete Henderson

constable of 1956 was elected to an Mayor High ran third here (less 47,622 votes to 23,009. in eighth spot and correctly pre-,
important office. Clarence Prevatt than 500 votes ahead of Dickinson) State RepresentativesGroup dicted that Johnny Hawrsk and
scored a smashing hit by being endorsed and a weak 2nd in the state Kelly 1: Predicted that Woodie Chris Gout would trail the field.
by the people to serve as is trailing by less than 4000 votes.:) Liles would beat both of his opponents Budget Board, Dist. 1
County Commissioner for four more We predicted that Fred Karl wouldrun in the first primary. He did. We picked Joe Falsone to have a
years.A last here and in the state and Group 2: We wrote that Rene Zac- big lead. While it is true that he
new constable will be elected in he did. chini could possibly beat this three was top man, he led by only 600

three weeks. Either Hector Ginesta Here are some other observationswe opponents but if forced in a runoffit votes. We were correct In predicting
or Mickey Newberger will star in made in this important race. We would be with Robert King. There that James Taylor, Harry Kellum
that role. thought that all the candidates will be a runoff between Zacchini and Delbert McLaughin would followin
A new era in law enforcement be. would get at least 10,000 votes in and King. We thought that Phil 0'- that order.
gins. The people have spoken. The this county, with the'possible except- hara would come in third with Gerry Budget Board, Dist. 3
people are always right. And when ions of Kelly and Karl. They, did Gordon trailing. This was the reverse Clifton Beasley had not actively
they discover that they have been with Karl being the only one beneath of the actual outcome. campaigned but his name was firston
wrong, they know how to correct that figure (9,234). Group 4i; Correctly predicted an the ballot. We picked him to come

their mistakes. And when new actors Four candidates, Kelly, High, Dick easy win for Bob Mann over Donald in third and he was top man.
walk upon the stage-some peoplecry inson and Mathews were closely Crews. Dudley Spence, who we predicted.
for the old as they leave slowly grouped with less than 3000 votes Group 5: We forecast that Ray would be first came in second.
through the rear stage door. But separating' the top man of this Knopke would be reelected withoutany The supposedly second man, Emmett -
most people cheer for the new. Andas quartet from the low man. We also trouble. The loser was Ervin Comiskey came in third. How
the years go by-new actors be. forecasted that each candidate would Johnson wrong can you get?
come old, some leave sooner than get over 100,000 votes in the stat Group 6: We wrote that Terrell Election Board, Dist 2
others. There are always new people Karl was the only one under this Sessums had too much for his opponent We had this three candidate race
ready to play the leading parts. figure. ((85,000)). Ted Whidden. He did. exactly reversed., We predicted Mar-
. .
I In our brief analysis of High's Clerk of the Circuit Court tin, Livingston and Mrs. Gibson to
( This humble weekly is proud that chances we pointed out that he wouldbe Predicted that incumbent James place in this order. The results show
) it endorsed the candidacies of three tops in the negro precincts. This Taylor would walk in with an easy Mrs. Gibson first, and Martin last.
4 able and honorable men. We sup-, proved to be true. Estimates have victory over Alexander Scaglione. He Less than 15,000 votes were cast in
ported Mr. Beard ,for sheriff and Mayor High receiving 85,000 of the did. this race.Hospital .
were pleased that the geniuses of possible 105,000 votes cast by Negro SheriffWe and Welfare Board
,. the Tribune's Ivory Tower joined citizens. As an example: Pre predicted that Malcolm Beard Group 1: We predicted this five-
with in this campaign. The Inhabitants man race correctly. We said that Dr.
us
cinct 61 (St. Petersburg), 1,505 negro would beat incumbent Sheriff Ed
of the smaller Ivory Tower Edwards would lead followed by Dr.
and 30 white registered Democrats Blackburn by 3000 votes. It was
I of the same company (The Times) in that precinct be received tighter than that. Beard's marginwill Louis Spicola, Dr. Henry Fernandez,
I continued to play marbles with Mr. 789 of the 894 votes cast. Precinct be around the 900 vote mark. Charles Fisher and Collier Wyche in
Blackburn. But we say-each to his 77 (Hillsborough County) an all-ne. County' Commissioner, Dist. 1 that order. And that's I what the results

own choosing. Mr. Beard will make precinct, Mayor High captured We wrote that some ,.of the experts show. '
one of the best sheriffs this county 339 gro votes out of 445 votes, polled believed that Clarence Prevatt Group 2: Another correct score.
has ever 'had would win in the first primary. He Dr. Flynn easily beat the incumbent
j La Gaceta is proud of the fact thatit in Mayor this race.High received 17,316 votesin did and easy at that. We picked Tony Winn Rash and Mrs. Mary Wolfgang

was the first newspaper in the Duval County and it is estimatedthat Ippolito for the second spot and .
State of Florida to endorse the cam at least 15,000 of these votes Dick Schofield to trail. We were ,Group 3: We fumbled on this one.
paign of the leading candidate for from predominantly Negro pre- right. We predicted Mrs. John Himes would
governor Mayor Haydon Burns. came He also received more than Commissioner Dist. 3 lead, she did, but we were wrong in
cincts. County ,
And we might add the only newspaper 75,000 votes In Dade County with Who could be absolutely right in picking Bill Myers second. He was
in this to do We fourth.
county
so. are
third of this figure coming nine-man ? Not
us.
y nearly a a race
w confident that he will be victorious sectors of that The man we picked as a strong
from the Negro We thought incumbent Roy Haynes
in the run-off election of 26th. third Dr. Emilio Echevarria
I' May High had predicted that he would be followed by Floyd came
We also had the exclusive plea County. votes in Dade top'man in second and Mrs. Knowlton (our
would get 125,000 Golden Glenn Summers and Frank
t sure and honor of endorsing the win- choice for fourth spot) came in third.
in that order.
; ner in the State Attorney's race- County.To prove the point that Mayor Neff The results show Neff, in first We were right in predicting that
Mr. Paul Antinori. This Bob Schwartz and Edwin Vann
young man of the
has the confidence second Golden, third
Burns place; Haynes, ;
the greatest odds and would trail in that order
overcame what accomplished majority of the voters in his home and Summers, fourth. We picked Lo- . .
/ believed
was Im- county he received 64,000 votes to Cicero to follow in fifth place correctly -
possible. He beat the politically We want to congratulate the Mayor
who is also a
John Mathews' 20,300, but were wrong in placing
powerful Paul Johnson and the editors Jacksonville. of Tampa for appointing Sam
he
resident of Tommy Cosgrove last when came
of the Tribune Company. Mr. Burns ran a strong second in Dade in sixth. Klein as Purchasing Agent.
Antinori will make his Mr. Klein has been 'In the
buyingand
supporters votes. Dickinson -
County receiving 42,000 Robert Mount (seventh) also got
proud that they voted for him. We was third with 24,700 votes. votes ((200) than Ralph Godar selling business most of his life
are confident of his ability more and we know that he will do his best
I We hasten here to say-that we do U. S. SenatorIt and Harley Martin was last. to save the taxpayers money by get

j not believe that we influenced people was real easy to pick Senator Supervisor of RegistrationWe ting the best prices possible on all
to vote for these three men-we Holland to beat Brailey Odham here wrote: "It's easy to pick incumbent items and merchandise purchased by
think we were aware of what the and in the state. He did. John Dekle as top man in the City. We predict that within six

people wanted and we agreed with CongressWe this race. Then it gets real rough. months he will. be able to prove his
the majority of the voters in each predicted that Sam Gibbons Fighting for second spot are three: worth.
of these races. We leave the "influ- would 'not have any trouble beating Mike Sciontl, Joe Fernandez and Until recently, seventy-five Per-
encing angle" to the editors of the Robert McDonald. He didn't. 54,409 Glenn Barrington." cent of the city's bids were still going
more powerful dailies. We ask not votes to 16,445. Mr. Barrington came in second, to friends of Julian Lane. We are
that the people agree with us but GeneralWe Jim Fair, third, Joe Fernandez, certain that, Mr. Klein will correct
simply that the people permit us to Attorney wrote "A real tough one to fourth and Mike Sciontl,' fifth. We this grave political error.
agree with them : were wrong to pick Andrew Valentito We know that many business
Rated toss-up". We picked
S. pick.. a Fair- get more votes than Roland Wil- friends of the present administrationare
to Earl
For the last eight years or so this Jimmy Kynes edge but it cox. Mr. Wilcox received 500 votes able to sell, their goods at pricesas
cloth in Hllls rough County .
foolish reporter has tried to predictthe the other around., Faircloth more than Mr. Valenti... low as those purchased from
outcome of elections. was way friends'' of the past administration.
Naturallywe had 4,700 vote lead here. School Board, Dist. 3
always end up proving how little We a predicted that Faircloth would Predicted an easy win (correctly) We would' like to add that apparently

we really know about forecasting the win in the state, but noted: "We"re for Ben Hill over his opponent Frank everybody knew that Mr.
results of an election. Here is a recap is Carey. '.' ," Klein was' gojng to get the appoint-
tight Mr.
peat-this a race. Kynes
of the different races and how can still win. He has a state-wide organization School Board, Dist. 5 ment everybody that Is, except.Mayor -
we fared in our predictions. which could switch the 'The Prevatts were riding high. Nuccio.

GovernorWe advantage to him during the last two Clarence's ,brother, Everett, 'surprised When we called the Mayor three
predicted that Haydon Burns or three days of the campaign."This us We picked him third and weeks ago, and told him that it was
would be first in this county and ,'race is still undecided. Faircloth is he was top t man. Followed by Clyde general knowledge that Mr. Brookswas
state and we were right. He ran far ahead of Kynes by only 257 votes. McLeod who we predicted would going to retire effective May 1st
; ahead of the field both here and come in first and trailing was Hayward and that Mr. Klein was to succeed
,p statewide. Public Utilities CommissionerWe Simmons. him, the Mayor responded with, "ab-
::1 We predicted that Fred Dickinson predicted an easy, win for',Ed solutely not". -
would run 'second' here and in the Mason both here and state-wide., It Constable. It took Mr. Nuccio six months togather
a state and we were, wrong. He ran was rather one-sided. We' have been writing that this ,sufficient courage to name
'.' fourth here and state-wide. State AttorneyWe was a threeman'race with Lloyd Mr. Klein to this job as He had intended -
'tli;, We said, ,that Scott Kelly would wrote: "Paul Antinori has Simmons Hector Ginesta and, Mickey to do since he took over,City
, \ ". run third in the'state and fifth here. closed ranks with the incumbent Newberger fighting for first and Ran in October 1963. He felt this
I f: We split on this one. Kelly ran a real Paul Johnson and we believe that Ube second spots. Ginesta came in first 'appointment would be criticized by
I a tight third in the state and a sur can get a break or two in the followed by Newberger. Charlie MI. the Tribune. Ain't that a shame?

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