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 Material Information
Title: La gaceta
Uniform Title: Gaceta (Tampa, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 45 cm.
Language: Spanish
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Tampa Fla
Creation Date: December 11, 1964
Frequency: weekly[jan. 15, 1954-]
daily (except sunday)[ former 1922-jan. 9, 1954]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Cubans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Hispanic Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Italian Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Tampa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ybor City (Tampa, Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hillsborough County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Ybor City
United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Tampa
Coordinates: 27.9564 x -82.4344 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Language: In Spanish, 1922-1954; in Spanish and English, 1954; in Spanish, English, and Italian, 1954-<1995>.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1922.
General Note: Director: Victoriano Manteiga, <1922>.
General Note: Description based on: Año 1, num. 119 (oct. 6 de 1922).
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issn - 0016-3724
System ID: UF00028296:00414

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ANO XLI NUMERO\ 51 VIERNES, 11 DE DICIEMBRE DE 1964, TAMPA, FLA. 10 CENTAVOS,. ;:I 1



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CHICAGO, Die. 10-El juex federal La orden serf redactada por Mantienen las tres w ones quo+I a

Joseph Sam Perry manlfes* loa abogados de los patronot, los el tribunal no tiene jurisdiccl6n Los repulslvos indlvfduos que

to ayer que el prtiximo: lunes fir tunics Began que la huelga es lie. en la controversla y que el pro le robaron sus ahorros a los so

mari una orden prohlblendo que gal y que su propisito es obllgar medio de Jornales que cites de clot del Centro Espafiol, cono
dJscutlr dl-- de $2.74. dan been el Interior del edlfl-
ferrocarriles 'a es
vengan
al dfa siguieute, mattes, se de a los
'fI' uniones ban cio y donde era guardado el dl.
I claren en huelga las unions! de rectamente con ellas, en lugar de Las otras aceptado
maquinistaa, electridstas y metlurgicos *- hacerlo con el Departamento de el aumento de 27 centavos, dl. nero y las alba jas.

de los ferrocarriles por Empleados de Ferrocarriles de la vldldo en ties aftos, 1964 con e* Quixis Jugaban all al doml.
AFL-CIO. fecto retroactive, 1965 y 1968. n6 y prepararon sus planes o*
un period de 10 dlas.I .
I >endo conversaclin de hombres
No aborrecerfamos la guerrasi honrados y aparentando estar

: Roland Manteiga los que las declaran Imlta- cnslmhmados en el movlmlento ,

sen a los "grandes guerreros de flchas de los contraries.

de la antigiiedad (El Cid, por e- Tres hombres enmascarados -EE +

r AS WE HEARD IT jemplo) y se colocasen patr6 amenasaron de muerte al sere* '

tlcamente en la extrema van BO, que sin las caretas proba

School guardla. blemente los hublera ficllmen
Prediction watch for Hillsborough County
.'. Board member Frank Henderson (District 4) to resign Pero en las guerras de site (e Identiflcados.tLograri .
in Plant City sJglo de "maravlllosa clvlllza nuestra pollcfa a*
right after the first of the year. Our agents
cl6n" (min de 60 mlllones de
who active in trapar a los crlmlnales
have assured us that Dr. Henry Moody, was
to, take Mr.Henderson's nuertos en dos guerrat), los q.
will be appointed
Haydon Burns' campaign,
las declaran Gabinete Del
the in-coming rare vet eiponen
place on the School Board by
sus vide porque necesltan su
." Pdte. Diaz Ordaz
governor. . 'talento (tpor la gratis de '
MEXICO, D. F. -El gablnete
Dlos "sacrlflcar" los
> ?) para a
several months ago this column was first to del Presidente Gustavo Dfaz Or.
Tip J6venes y a los que no lo son.
mention the name of two persons who might be consi daz lo componen los Sres. Antonio

dered leading contenders for the highly sensitive post of Renuncio ElPresidente Carrillo Flores, embajador en NUEVO PRESIDENT Des

State Beverage Director when Haydon Burns takes over I 'Washington, ministro de relaclo- purls de prntar el juramento
De Italia
.. the governor's office in January. nes exterlores; Luis Echeverria, conttltuclonal como el 70o. pre
This past weekend we were informed by a usually reliable ROMA, Die. 7. p.reialmen.j ministro de gobernacidn; Antonio sldente de Mexico, Gustavo DfasOrdai

source that neither of these two men are now in the te paralizado por una enlermedad Ortiz Mena, hacienda; Salomon levanta its brazes como

", running and that the next State Beverage Director will que le aqueja desde cuatro meses, GonzAlez Blanco, trabajo; Agua- sfmbolo de trtunfo en Cludad

be Ren Morris of Jacksonville Mr. Morris is General Man Antonio Segnl, presidente de la tin Yafiez, promlnente novellita, Mexico' Representantes de C4naciones d

w of General Liquors Distributors of Jacksonville.. Rep bllca Italians, renuncl6 el educaclon; Agustfn Salvat, de tu aslitleron a la ceresno r

S ager S . sibado. rlsmo; Ernesto P. Uruchurtu, regents Bla."En.

Rodriguez his at- Llevaba dos silos y medlo en'. del Distrito FederaL
bail bondsman Gilbert says
Tampa will file suits this coming week against: the sheriff la prcsldencli y tiene 73 afios. A la ceremonia de jurar'la pro 'el met de noviembre ..

torney for depriving him ofa El parlamento le nombrara un mesa el Presidente Diaz Ordain, mlnuyd la careacU de trabajo,

livelihood a office'and the City of: Tampa j, suceior, en ies6n! conjunta, den'I aslstleron' ade'misrdel presidentesaliente I quo era de I., per, clente," a 5

kfor4i month ,by thq; tro dens diu. Adolfo Lopez Mateos los per deoto. **
,
... It that he waIf su pende< '
seems < : '
Treasurer's office a few 'weeks-ago for some minor Es. de7 afioi el perfodo pros *-;.iiifd'Dte.A olto' Rub Cortl- Es una netkla acradaMe per
State Continued 15)ejecutaron I denial eh Italia. net, Miguel Alemin, Lizaro Cir 'quo tail alenpre. plerden el. tra'aJo *
( on page
J" dens, Abelardo L. Rodriguez t en novlembre, Lee hem
Emilio Portes Gil. bres que trabajan al lire II.

Ataco Gromyko La Politico Tres de los mlnlitros, Echeve fcre.Detde>>

f rria, Ortiz Mena GonzAlez Blanco, febrero de, I960, con laeicepcKn '

y el Regente Uruchurtu eran ml- del pasade Julie, ne

nlstros en el gablnete de Llpezfateos. habfa descendido al 5 per den
De Los Estados Unidos to.camas.

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NUEVA YORK Die. 9. El el Occidente de Europa. la delegation de los Estados Uni PROBLEMAS ACTUALES Y FUTUROS I

ministro mao de negodos extran CH6 como primaria neceaidad dos, duo detpues de escuchar a DE, LA JUVENTUD
el el desarme y dijo que por Gromyko que los objetivos del
babl6
Jeros Andrei Gromyko, lograr I ban cambiado has- WASHINGTON, 'Die 7. El taban fuera de la escuela y descm-
pacer proposicio Soviet no que
ahora podia
lunes ante la Asamblea Generalde concretas.no ta la defensa propia y la ayuda a I Secretarlo del Trabajo, Sr. W. pleados.
las Nadones Unldas y reco* nes Willard Wlrtz. acaba de anunclar Los joVcnei sin trabajo coropo
Ie cilia a un perlo pities para proteger .u seguridad
mend6 que vigorice au papal "Creo yo, erronea He' el sistema de empleo de la Juven nen cast tree votes al nunwo de,
el procedimiento (\ independents es e
en cuanto la paz; pero al mlsmo dista, que pu la agreilva tud y al hacerlo menclon6 los si deiempleados en todos lot grupos
tlempo ataco la politlca de los Ertides diera elaborarse fleilmente"Adlal gal si interflere con gulentes "datos Inquletantes"' : de la fucna obrera, y con frecuen
la
E. Stevenson, el jefe de (Pus a pigina 13)
Unidos en Asia, Africa y Clnco mlllones de )ovens entre cla hay un IS por clento mis y ..

los 10 y los 21 afios de edad per. aumenta la dJfereneJa.D. ,

II Arrestados 21 Hombres En Mississippi I teneeen a familias con Ingresosmenorei los 30'mlllone de J jdrenea

de 3,000 dolares al sfio. que ingresarin en la fuexa obre*

relation los Asetinato de 'I) Un pro medio de 1,200,000 6Ye. ra en la pr6xlraa decada, mils dee
Acutadoa en con ele
Machos polftlcos SOB
i quo
II I nee necetitaron ayuda el ails pa mlllones no habran! compUtado

Chaney, Goodman y Schwerner I gldos frecnencla para legislar se tea y febernar oblige side y mis de 700,000 de silos es* ,(Pus a la piflna, 2))
con
,I JACKSON, Miss., Die. 7. El complot de aseilnato dos a ecnltar los hechos, exage Mato ..,
De Aietinato
t Culpable El Que A Su
Bur6 Federal de InvesUgadones del K. K. K. en un camino sltua* meatlr.Coaado .
rar e I I
r vierne a 21 do a unas pocas mlllas al sudeste -
1 arrest6 el. pasado BB homkre le llama aWe Madre, Padre y Dos Hermano
blanca, entre eUos del pueblo de Filadelfia, en la
d
hombres rasa mentireso qaisis ideate <*, SAN DIEGO Calif., Die. 8.: f el paiado'sgoeto, tn to' re*
A. Ral- central de .
el Sheriff Lawrence parts cite Mississippi. per potlble es quo kaya dl Un jurado"declar6 culpable de a* f sldencla de la f am Ilia en ChulaVista
de, 41 afios.del Condado Price prepare el crfmen cuando la verdad e le el
sty, the quo nape seslnato, en primer grads a Ray vy
el ,diputado Cecil realizd los arrestor ilegalej, detu
Neshoba y M es la verdad.I.igtee mond Goldecke: ,. de 18 afios, que I Cuando el reredicto era .lido
de afios. un dlputado, vo a los tres sc los entreg6 des
M y el actuade de
Price, es quo into exteriorlx6
a golpes a >u padre Henry no emoclon, peril's4
los que arrestaron a James E. pub a los indlvfduos sin entra maode las prnebas del acnta Gotdecke, de 42 ails, a su nsdre, cuando lalla 'de I. sale del tribunal

Chancy, 21 afto de rain negra, y Has. dor y BO q.e se marcke .'. y Joan de 30 aba, y a aus hernia. : acompafiado per .1 abogado

los blancos Andrew Goodman de J. Edgar hoover, director del preteite deipoes.Cattclo nas Mark, de 8 afloi; y Ellen, de 'quo lo det,ncJJer.., ,
IL. Schwerncr, Bur6 Federal de InvesUgadones j
Mkhael
also, ,
i 21 y 15. Los pilqulatras oplnaron. quo,aaeitaba
'con la excuse del ex- manifest que la Informaci6n en BrancoNo *'
de 24 afios, Todos fueron aseslnados en sus nl call loco. "t
ceso de veloddad, de su automo- poder de aus agentes esti a disposicion Permitio QueDesembarcase

vii. Los ties eran defensores de de las autoridades del TENDRA COMISIONADO. LOS

los derechos civiles. estado para. que consideren If es PerOnMADRID I

Cuando los dejaron en libertad.. potlble. acusarlos de aseslnato. Die. 7. Juan Per6n PODERES QUE TENIA LANDIS

mlembros de la Orden 1C K K. se Los acuiadoj son el diputado ex :'dktidor de Ar"ntt.ureire- HOUSTON Texas Die. 7..-LlI menaces sin restricclonea, to qusi

apoderaron de ells y los asesi Price; Jimmy )G Arledge, de 27 so el jutves a Espsfia procedente. ligas mayores de "6ebboJtea.- favorer a los jugadores joveaee.

DUO .. un camionero veeino de Meridian de Rio Janeiro, donde Cartels dicndo las recomendaciones del Destinar $733,000 a near Iu.a.

A Price se le KUM de tuber ; Travis II. Barnette, 36 a* Branco, quo es Presidente sin ha Comlsionado Prick: acordaron a- tro llgas d. retina ca las cualea

partldpado en el lynchamJento y DOS. socio y operador d.'' tta ga- bet side elide por el pueblo, 'no qui derolrerle al Comlalonado los puedan jugar loe J6vcnes qua es*

de tuber conspirado en reladon raje de Meridian; James Edward le permiUo desembarcar presiona- poderes de "czar" qua tenfa el Indian en coleglos y ualvtrtlda

con los tree horrendo crimene Jordan 98 afios. obrero d: coo*. do, tegon .. dice, per el gobUraoarfeatino. JutS Kenesaw Mountain Landls y des sin perder .u condlcioa '',

El Burd Federal de Investiga. trncdon. de Meridian;Billy Ways I.. fueroa qultadoe cuando Uap- mateur." J '

dunes acusa a 17 de silos la mayor Posey. 28 aloe, eacarfado de Baa Ketorno Peron. quo Uene 99 > pjr" Chandler! era el Comlsloaado. Crew un programa para deia."

parte afDlado* al K. X. 1C, de ettadon fasoUaera en tttodelfU; yes de edad ea aeropUno DC-8 Eats son Jot prl dp.z.. deOnltiroe rrollar unplres" a cargo de E4

; conspirar para rioter los derecboedriles Alton Wayne Roberts, de 28 a. de la compafila espaftola Iberia, ea acuerdoe tofnadoe pot; los Doherty, aslsteata ,del ,Co..""...

de los tree aseslnjdoe y a fee, vendcdor de Merfdiaa; Jimmy .. cva!' salkra de aqaI, el' 1t1IrC. doeftos de dobee, ademis, de les do que probsblsmoago Usdta ..
dos de reboiar Infonnadoa. Soowden. 21 des, oaPaaa ,'a.Jo. lee. pies para .1 ComisJonado:'* cuartel general ea Ce1uab 0.

;, Die de los 19, Neb el Bart, ( a la pg4aa IS) Fasa a to piglaa IS) Redotar peloteroe .. la. Hgas (Pan s .11 ,1.... )'*"



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PAGINA 2 LA GACETA VIERNES DE DIC1EMBRE DE 1964
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Joaqutn t) 1o c\\t r Xavier CannellaElegido :
Ferroviari
mina DeHiielga Presidente
AntiguS. ',CEncarcelWdd iata .
y La Asocladon de San Patricio
l ETn Cuba acaba de elegir presidente, por el
Para EI I Venidero Martes periodo de 1964-65, al Sr. Xavier
,NUEVA YORK, Die, 8. The '
director de la
New York Times quiz$; el mejor Cannella, escuela
: CHICAGO, Die. 10. Tres InH':i Oak Park y correcto caballero.
dlarlo del mundo, public6 el 10 'Pozo de los Anhelos En Gardens
Busch
didembre otrb portantes unlones de obreros fe- Sucede al Sr. Victor DiMaio e-
de
"despacho
de Juan OntNfeehado h especial La rroviarios se declararfin en huel- Un wpozo ,de los anhelos" cuyaagua amigables relaclones de la An: ecuUvo de,, una compa&Ia de se-
ga el vehidero marts, a las 6:00: cristalhu de ehuser-Busch con Tampa y ,susresldentes.
JIabana, en el 1 t<.1 tie >lice emana un depdsito 'guros. j ,,
Joaquin Ordoqiif, iMgtndo vice que'ml. de la inafiana, si antes no se lieja de' "cbbcreto y cae en un "Nosotros estimamos Continuara en la presldencia de
a un acuerdo satisfactorio con estanque p "fuente" fu6 inaugu- esto como ,un esfuerzo corporatlvo la Junta de !Directores, el Dr. Anthony .
jiistro de las {item: armadas i de
*
la n patronaL los ayudar al pueblo de Tampa Martlno, el enable
Cuba rojo deide hace Taos aspdaci ; rado el riernes en preciosos para C. y
tub encarcelftdo y hacc ,,30'dias. Lot patronos 'anUwiaron; queInniediatame'nte iardinet,Busch Gardens por el,Sr.: a brave's del Fondo Unido." popular dentista. .
a10 Ser "
1 ;
+ recurrir&n a un Expres6 el agradeclmiento de elegidos tambiin cuatro
{ le actica de 'conducta Ipolltlca" nada August A. Busch, Jr., presidente Fueron
; tribunal federal evitar la comunidad la, nueva obra Eddie Spoto,
fee J le bii para que de la famosa cerVecerla Anheu por vlcepresidentes, preeldehte -
limpla twpendldo
puesto y i '"Ur etAra-'del abandonen el trabajo 50,000 ma- ser-Busch Inc. de la Anheuser-Busch, el senor ,: del Banco Broadway ,Natidnal -

do Bficional tiey'mIembro''del del Pfirtldo Unifickdo qulnlstas, electrldslas y metallir-\ ta "fuente" esta sltuada cefca Sr. James H. Couey, Jr., vicepresi- Carl 0. Gabbert, John Goff

de la Revolution< Socialists Cubank. gicos.Decidiri. de 1a''kalida de 1'# van itraccton dente del Fondo y preiidente de y .Joe' Igleslas.; !Herman Romeo esel
-
HEn 'en el caso: ,. el juez fe turistica yrcalcdlase cjue ayudari la reclente cuestad6n. secretarlo y tesdrero el Dr. Eugene -

deral Joseph San Perry. con $100,000,. anuilmente i a las El Sr.. H. Grady Lester Jr., pre- Costantliio.
#
fuenteVdlgnas' de cr dito, aehaWa Las uniones notiflcaron ya a W. agendas del Fondo Unldo. Toll!'. Idente que fuera del Fondo, pre- Dos talembros ingresaron en la
I deNuna Invetlgad6n de Willard WIrtz, secretario del tra- las monedas qtfe los visitantes 'a- sent6 al Sr. Busch. La Invocation Junta de Directores: Charles Cowly
gran envergadura reJ cl nada ton bajo, a la Junta National de 'Medlacion rrojen 'al agua, serin recogidas y religiosa la pronunci6 el Padre el Sheriff Ed Blackburn. Fueron

la ielurld del esttdo y de.un y a la coml.16n que ha entregadas al Fondo.Se Larson Elliott, director de la es- reelectos los Sres. Armando Alvarez -
,
complot contra la vide del Premier venldo discntlendo los problenias cuela de segunda ensefianza de los Joe ,Cappplino, ,Sra. Molly
ha hecho el cilculo de ,
$100
brdor
'
Fidel Castro en el cuil de los trabajadores en relici6n! Jesuitas y la bendicifa el Rabino Ferrara -y Howard A. Stewart.:
I aparece, protegiendo a al- con los patronos.Hablando 000 porque los jardlnes ser n vi- David L. Zlelonka. Se acord6 que el banquete de la

guns, iospech'osos.Tamblen 'por la Asociadftn In- altados anualmente por 2,000,000de Presenciaron la ceremonia unos Fraternidad se efectue el 17 de7narzo

ce ,dice por personas ternaclonal de Maquinistas, Joseph ,personas. 200 distinguldos tampefios y los Dia de San, patriclo, y el
quo Green ester bien Informadasde W. Ramsey, iu yicepreslden- Pronuncid Unas emotlvas pala- tuiistas que visitaban los jar di !baffle de la coronacoln de Miss

quo dentro del palado presidential te, znanifestd que la tiuelga ae de- {bras el Sr. Busch destacando las nes.NUEVAS Shamrock, el 20 de marzo.

fui fuerto a tiros, o se clarara el 15 de dfclembre en !ugn La parada ''anual no se efectua-
8ukld6, el jefe de la guardia de del '23, la fecha qUe se hablaanunciado. ra.
seguridad del Presidents OsvaldoDortlc6s. .

'La noticia de que las empresas Nombrado El

Aparentemente' se libra abora levardn el cabo a los trlbunales, i 1f y', ei y, ..ai Dr. Flynn Presidente
una lucha Interna, para "r tt. :fu6 anundada por J. E. Wolfe, q.
rar" a la "vieja guardla comuhis-- encabeza la ,rep;esentac16n! patro- De La ComisionDe

ta" y sustitulrla con 'eomUDI tas nal en las discuslones con los o- ; Boxeo
_
j6venes, que eran mlembros jdel breros.. La nueva Comlsl6n de Boxeo y

26 de 'Juno,y del Dlrecforlo Estudiantll Una Junta de Emergencia nombrada Luchas, nombrada la semana pa-
'del 13 de marzo. por el Presldente de la na- alcalde Nick Nuccio,
el
: I sada por
El Julclo en marzo de un indivf- cl6n, recomend6 un aumento de : 1j est compuesta por el juez municipal

duo q. delataba a los estudiantesrevolucionarlos 0 centavos pot horn aumento, no '- Bob Johnson, que actu6 de ,
en los afios de Ba aceptado por las unlones) con e- ;; juez en peleas verificadas aqui, el I}
tista ,y estuvo reladonado con :fecto retroactlvo al lo de enero de Dr. EdT Flynn, excelente odon-

Ordoqul y otros vlejos} comunlttas, 1964 y 9 centavos por bora en la VP ,t61ogo, que fuera campe6n de los ,

Marcos Rodriguez' ei, la 'base, o misma fecha en los anos 1965 y Guantes de Oro; John Branch, .atoogado -

parece serlo, del presente con. 1966. y ex senador del estado
flicto. Los acuerdos de la Junta de E- W que fuera boxeador; el conocido

Los "nuevos,comunlstai" aostle- mergenda,J compuesta de, 7 mlembros hombre de negocios Bob Florio y

t nen que Rodriguez estaba cones son aplicables a los Oflci Tom McEwen, editor de las pagi-

tado con If) ,Agenda Central de In- nlstas ,JFerrovlaiios-' Empleados nas deportlvas del Tribune.

teligencia l tie los Estado Unidos t del vMantenimlento, de Vias, 'Telegrafistas Eligi6 la Comision ,para J presi-
"t A'to
rejecutaron; pero lu) decla- : ferrovfarlos: ,,f Guardavla, Rr 'rot dirla al Dr. Flynn y secretarlo al
, raclones en ''el Julclo proyectaTon Empleados de rCocheaComedor, ,y periodista McEwen.
sombraa aobre algunos de los los ,eels sindicatos de talleres, AproW un programa de boxeo

t .. antlguos comunistas. Caldereros y IIerreroi" Electrlds-- a R que presentara el 14 de dieiembre -

tas, Fogoneros :y, Acelteros, 'Maqulnistas IJ-b w lunes, en el Palladium n,
'
Dos 'Libfos Que y Hojalateros.Esaa el empresario Al King. .
colectlvidades obreras re- v g/ 3 la Comi-
I 6 k a h, Mucho puede hacer
I'
Que AgrradecemosLa presentan' en eonjunto cerca de s6n para animar el, boxeo en

!:' importantlsima empress edi-!j 500,000 empleados. Tam a,,si. obtiene aY da. ,Muy ,po-

., Nora, Doubleday and Company, co puede 1i cer en cuantb a las

Inc., con oficinas en 277 Park I Le Afcaltaron y Juchas porque[ ya se!Babe que,_co

t' Avenue, Nueva York, acaba de Rob&li"our DentroDe mo cracio.dlcen" en Ing1 terra, es "Pan-

envlarnos dos llbrps, qUI IP'a se-
1A; coins, titulados Mexico, Lugares Un Camion TENDRA

de _Placers ,escrito: por" Kate SlJ Estaba durmiendo en el Interior (Viene 'He la pximera) '

,:, won, y Twenty Century Cuba, orlglnalmente de -un, camldn de la comp ftla Amerlcan -, hlo.El

'" publlcado bajo el Red Ball Express, Inc.< Comlsionado,, Frick, que ae
ESPECIES DEJ; DINOSAURIOS-Una,gars de dlnoaaiirlb
nombro de Cuba; y escrito pot la: cuando retirari afSo viene decla
para" cual trabaja los el que' ,
:la coal :fneni, tndido para el detcubritnlenio de una
b Wyatt Barnett.: MacGlffey y Clifford a.f' ladrones le cubrieron con una frs Dana especie de dlnosaorioa, es sostenlda por.el profesor) de'laUnlvEnldadry r6 due en :la reun6ii se habla
zada, le pegaron en Ja cabcxa, ,le, acordado JDAi acc6n declslva queen
: eYatea.Jobn. trom, New Haven Connectlctjt. -
, Los, dos e ttan ,t itnpresos en riistica tilrieron con una ,cuchllla 'y le ro :: U,0' ( en, .z; tl todo su periodo de Comisiona--
f slendo \ ; : EAdoattdpoc; f el proeeor bstrom eo .. a. ropnsiBit
; mejorada lai cubler.tit' -
baron, una ,carters con $900 qua Horn Indenture do. '
en Wyoming, etqueleto al animal como
de cartons
, un I llgero guardaba en un cinturon. de carnf voro porque una delantera "Creo lyo que todo el mundo
inn etpecie dlopsaario garra
Cue'sta el pfimero $i..s y el Joseph 'Pine, de 34, de Norfolk comprende pie la' expansl6n>> de
ea U.traeraf en contraste con las demis especlesde
.
, "' tegUndo> $1.05. el, asaltado, le dijo. a la, pollcla, naayor dlnosaurios quo oaoddaa.Tiene las ligas,inayores: ,.debe :realizarse.
:
"
Se_ pondrin a la venta el 8 de que el camion estaba parado en .. Ahora blen,, que debe, efectuarsea

enero. la calla Gdvernor esq l.na i Jibkson El 1 'Condado Pelt ecit Hall travel de ordenados pro fdl.

Kate Simon es tutors, aderaas,' y los crimlnales cortaton una mlentos".,
HabitantesLa En Un AccideiiteAutomovilista ?
de How Do 'YOU+SpU It? y, How toga con la que "61 protegla laa 456113' Respondlendo, a ,una -pregunla

1 tOL,Make Money,\ln'On Day. I It puertas.Pattefion. ComislAn del Cento,' nOm sobre la yenta de i*( Yankees 'de
t; El' llbro :de MacGaffey: y Bar. brida'.por el GobernaBbr de Florida En un accldente ocurrido el Nueva York a i to Columbia 1: vBroad-

celt se escribiA en colaborac6n .Peleara ,''acaba anundar que el Condado yfernes de la semana panda end l casting System, Frick cbntesto:
Jean Halken Mildred Vreeland. Hlllsborouih tlene: 456,113hab'ltantes "Por de 'los problemas del
" con ,y; puente ,de. la carreter 301 sobreel causa
".,, ., tbD: Powell l l"SAN 53,325 'habitantea' vmissobre rio Hlllsborough, perdid la vi- impuesto y los altos eostos, us-

J JtJAN P. IL 'el total quo diets a conocer da Roy Eugene Hall, veclno de tedes van a ver que pasarin roll
-
lc.K10. el Censo Federal del afio I960. propled del de Cubes) a corpora
Ingresara JokfttonEn Floyd Patterson; x' campeonmlindlai Zephyrhills, que por causa desco-
del complete, 'peleiUra ; Componen la Comision, que fue nocida, segQn la policia ,de carre- clon s." '
Una .ImportantFirma peso n nombrada a solldtud del Sr. terns del estado, y llevaado direr Hizo notar que Fetzer Broadcasting
aqui, el sibado, con Charlie
De ,AbogadoEl Powell, de San Diego, '1 Caitf ft\t\ James Taylor, secretario" _de la d6n norte hizo UD.viraje bacia la Company nabia Puado a
t del CtrtuUb lot Sre*. Sam duefia de los TIgrea de Detroit *
Paul B Corte ; izqulerda l y arremeUfi contra el co- ser
El fiscal del,estado. Sty I El encuentro ae verlflcari en el '
Johnson, que termlnari su period J I Estidlo Hlrara Blthorn. Buckle w, el conodda abogado, che que i gulaba la Sra, Cornelia antes de que C: B. S. corn-

do el 5;de enero aeaba.de. laM- Loi perltos oplnan q ie Patterson Carl iirore ST., res1dente deli Harrington, de 54 afios, vedna del prase Jos_Yankee*.
General
dar quo se asodari a'la firm,', ) ,.,el.pdgil No. 3 en su division, Junta de Directores: di' 14Q23 Avenlda 104, al norte de &..,

de 'aWga'dos) Gregory.Courtly, + Paniello venceri sin apuroa a Powell. Telephone de Florida, y FischerS : Largo.El PR1vWEL ne Ce ,la, ,_jlm! ra>
una C de las Importaa i Black, viceprwldente ejecu- : automovil de Hall sal
l mas _. .. 'T ipa,141ectric.1Uderbii' en I los estudios secondaries y, uaos
"
,c tes'do Ta"mpa.La PLBITOS Ilio-temtei cllcnloi direcd&n norte cubriendo) una dis-: SOOjOOO carecerln haste, de 1ns-
;
pe
flrina seri conocldi.por: dada de, 113 plea 'y choc:* ,de trucci6n .primaria _lo ,quo Ie.emr' .
u Gregory tours, p.nletlb y 'JMulon. : Joseph c. Hank contra ;Joe'k.donziles to todoa ii aproxlmidos\alas elfrasdidai Create con un tractor-rastra manejada ,obcUcvloa.J para .competir

ci ofidnai en" el 404:de'JU t : dados y per Pheit; i abbj; :i'cotiocer( lop; Sres. MartiriH. i por Dewey.H.,Butts, de 4f cue! mercado de trabajadores sinolcio
cane: Jackson. _- bado) demandante tl.Ifobbs. .. Smith, Jr. (453400; Wftam' afios, de Jacksonville, que, pasabiUevando '

Johnson 106 procuradoir>> (18condadd -,., J. campbell f.M,021), > Glen-- \direcdon sot De recha- "Depe&de, ,nnestra- ,esperanxa" ,.para
.'' durante ocfio anoi 'y,:fiscal },Tits nilbborougH, Bank: .contraFrederick wood: E', 'Lamb'telSOO" }. r so il.eoclie de Han retrocedi6 39 el ,future, greif* .1 SeercUrioWuiZr
.m coatis 1 : ,W. Henderion: dWmra -, so ith{ es directorftie, planeamleftto -' plea. ,del ear4ctertk enerjla

En 'Us Vecl' niei'esec"rioiden6iida ', de i Unli hjpoteca; abofaddi !dVtaandfniei I',, de ,la' tamp*:. Jrl yLa'mb Pas6; !hora y.media? sates de qUI_, la sabiduria, de cmectroa, J6venes r-y;

por; le' J joren '1 Trlakle, Redmatsaaiio : J', aito' eapleado de 1&I Gen-- el cadlver de Hall: 'padieriLser sPain esa ecperaxsa*>o exlste en la ac-.
(Pass a la pgina 15) ( -- '
+ Paul Antlnori, Jr. a U paxina 13) tualidad."



i 11 DE DICIEMBRE DE 1964 LA GACETA PAGINAL

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LIlY Barbara Jean Spoto Mary Ann Fernandez Compromiao $

William F. McGowanEn Daniel J. ReillyEn Matrimonial De '

la tarde del pasado sibadocontrajeroa la Iglesia Metodista de Hyde La Srta. FlaggEn
matrlmonlo en la Igle- Park unieron BUS vidas el sM ado

cia del Sagrado Corasdn, oftcian- pasado, oficiando el Rev Elmer Lake Watts, los esposos T.
do el Padre Norman J. (Rogge, Pant la Srta. Mary Ann Fernin- J. Flagg, que all! residen, anun- ;
de la Compafiia de Jesus la Srta. des, hlja de los esposos Lawrence ciaron la semana panda que su
Jean Spoto, hlja) de los esposos C. FernAndez, del 40 Sandpiper hiss Margaret Christine se ha com
George C. Spoto, del 449 W. Davis Road, y el Sr. Daniel J. Reilly, prometldo en matrimonlo con el
Boulevard, y el Sr. William Frederick hijo de los espoios Lee R. Reilly, Alferet Ralph Su&res, de la marina
XCELLENC McGowan, Jr., htjo de loa con domlcilio en el Si? Columbia I de guerra de los Estados U-
esposos William F. McGowan de Drive, bias Darts 'nldos, hijo de la Sri. Gloria Sui- .
Estos Precios Regiran Desde et 10 de Diciembre al 12 Montchanln, Delaware. El Sr. Fernindes d6! a su hlja Tea viuda del Sr. Benny Suarez. "
La novla tub entregada en ma. en matrlmonlo. Apadrinaron a los I La boda se celebrarA en este
RESERVADO EL DERECIIO CANTIDAD trimonlo por su padre. Fueron los novios el Sr. William Person y la I

padrlnos el Sr. Marshall Polk Mc- Srta. Eileen Thomas La torte de mesElla le gradu6 de bachlller en
mil Gowan del novlo la honor la Integraron I la Srta. Sylvia clencia en la Vniversldad Florida
Lfmlte Una, Vuestra Seleccl6a con una compra de $5 o hermano y
Srta. Toni Jane Spoto, hermana Cuervo y Its Sras. Cid Fer. State y al preaente slrve al Flor
de la novla.Formaron. nandex y Bethel Lofley, Jr., y los ida State Department of Welfare,
la torte de honor de Sres. Jim Carr, Charles Curry, RI. en Fort Lauderdale. .,
los contrayentes, la Sra. W. Reecd. chard Chlcheltl y Larry y C. Fer. Suites se graduA de bachllleren
Y CAFEFolgers Smith, Jr., y las Srtas.. Jacquelyn nindez, hermanos de la novla.I I artes en Florida State y esti

Carter y ,Ann Georgette Martino, I MATRIMONIOS destacado como Alferez en Argen

y los Sres George Spoto (hijo), Saturnino D. Tamargo, 21 afioa, ila. Newfoundland.
'
Peter Winders, W. Reece SmithJr. 3111 calla 16, y Judith A. Dill,
ASTORLATA ., y Thomas Clark. 19, 2812 Munro. DEMANDAS DE DIVORCIOToni
Establecerin su hogar en el 141 Vincent L. Solmonte, 23' afios J. Strlnfleld\ contra Delmer
de la avenida Danube. 806 East Hanna, y Wanda J. Con E. Strlngfield; abogados deman-

saga, 22, 6307 King St. dantes Frecker y Garcia.
DE Pedida La Mano Frank B. McCollum, 40 silos,Mulberry Jesse Hopper contra Ruby V,

59c LIBRA 49cAHORRA De Una SenoritaLos y Uva M. Gunn, 35, 3608 Hopper; abogados demandantes
Anderson Avenue. Hall, Farnsworth y Rosseau. v
esposos James Palumbo, Harry Cooper, 69 aftos\ St. Petersburg Ocilla Swanson contra Leo )f.
residen el 3510 Vasconla,
que en y Lucille E. Howell, 64, St. Swanson; abogado demandanti
acaban de anunciar que la mano
Oscar Cueata.
Petersburg.
24c AIIORRA 28c de su hlja Nancy ha sido pedlda
, Elmer fl. Fomby, 38 afios, 802 Betty Brown contra Hollls IL
el aviador de la. clase Don.
para Floribraska, y Joan W Eiland, 38 Brown; abogados demandantes
aId J. Perry, hijo de los esposos
Limlte Uno. Vuestra Selection 3031 Dewey Yado, Keel y Nelaon.
Ted A. Perry, de Dunkesvllle, -
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I Con una Compra de $5.00 o l\l sDET.ERGENTE Kentucky.La .

boda se efectuari en el ve-

rano. _
Ella estudla en la escurla Plant ,:
y es empleada de Colony Shops.El .
novio esta destacado ,en la :

Base Aerea MacDIlI.r. .
TIDE ARROWPaquete
t ,." ...
Boda Para El w,
ti
17 De DiciembreLa
s Yi
49c 39c
: Gigante bella Srta. Yvonne Cynthia }0.

FernAndez, hlja de los esposos
Joe FernAndez, vecinos del 2510
N. Habana, contraeri matrimonlo
el '17 de dlclembre, en la iglesiaPresblteriana

; Lfmite Uno, con urns Compra de $5 o magi St. John, oficiando
el Dr. Rev. Walter B. Passiglia,
con el Sr. Richard J. Alfonso, hi-

Jd'xdelos espOBos;O. Alfonso, Jr.,
AZUCAR39c del 4221 N. Uabl .t. ,
Yq
x
Ella se grad ub e'n,la escuela despgunda ;
t ensefianza Jefferson el
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tamb% n.
Alfonso estud6! en el St. Petersburg

SACO DE Junior College ,

Taller De Juguetes 4,4

5 LIBRAS De' La Emisora r'r' I

AIIORRA CENTAVOS WSUNLa

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radioemisora WSUN, de St.

Petersburg, abri6 el limes su ta
Marca W. D. Selection U. S. Her de Juguetes de Navidad en STILL K'S flifrlD-NUtiU KhruanciMv may mcndleaa now
Central Plaza, recoiectando Jugue In tne Soviet but,I Rome tailor Angelo Utrioo, who made
tes nuevos y viejos y dlnero para the format prttnJW Anita still considers him *- fritad. I t
lot nlfios de faml- Lltrioo stands among some of the girt Khruabcto: made to
Carne Para Asa pacer regalos a him over,the 7........ Utrioo.ha* made lulta for many other
has necealta ll. '.'
famous folks including former British Prime Minister Harold
El taller se abre alas 11:00: de MaoMJUan. Tugoaitv President Tito, and former Preet*
la mafiana. y se derra a las 9.00: dint Dwight. D. Elaenbower. HU moat famous current client t
CORTE CUADRADO de la noche, todot los dfas hasta la Japaa'a Emperor Ilirohito. '

I el 23 de dkiembre.Estimase .
se redbirln 15,. TO A VIA AMIGO DE ,XM IJHCHEY-Es JH ...1.I quo M.
000 ju'gttetes que para dlstrlbuir entre kita MJimahchev ae tongs .....-aaUget ea ef 8e>vlet, per tus "'
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sastre de Rome, Angel Ulrlce, gars cenfecekmara lee pdBMree >
Ubra49c 5,000 Lot clflos. son llevadot al trajes del pdaaer. ......., tedavia le. eevaKera. M ark' \
jaguetes
Christmas Toy Shop, situado en el ge. Lltrice'avarete 4t pie |.... a ..,..... 4e lea regites'pun..' ''t

1655 de la calle 16 si'Sur. Kanuaeaev le aldera Mints lee pasaJe* aie*.. Utriee aa '
WSUN ofrece condertos de tab ceafeetloaade trajesj para saaehaa .(ras p rseaa< faamaa', Utrlayeado >!"'ti ,
al prbaer sal... ariaak ....w pew II' "',
LAND O' SUNSHINEMANTEQUILLA aica selects, de dldembre 7 al 11, '. .'
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todaa las nocbe, empezando a las vretideale l'vg Nhav. Til* y el aaHgae preside) 4e lev'' .
Estadev V....<'' BwIgM D. -....... 8ei atis f asaae* cMernIt : :
: 805.: actual M el Majeraief,del Jai KlrehK*. :' .

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PAGINA 4 LA GACETA VIERNES, 11 DE DICIEMBRE DE 1964
4

; Ofrecimiento De La Hank PelearaEn
I
\ /u1l1__ Revista 'Life' A Un Norfolk

NORFOLK, Virginia, Die. 10_
Torero EspanolMADRID
El peso completo Henry Hank, de ,

Die. 5. El famoso Detroit, le hara frente mafiana a

torero espafiol Luis :Miguel Dominguin Bobby Foster, de Washington

casado con la actriz its D. C. .
liana Lucia Bose,' ha recibido en Lfmite de la pelea: 10 asaltos.

'. estos dies la mil original propo-

sic6n de su vida. NacimientosHospital

La revista "Life" le ha of reel do del C. Asfaiian

\ sets nxlllones de pesetas si se a- Una aids, hlja de los esposos
treve a torear un b falo. La ofer- 'Paul Santana, del 1906 E. Wilder.

ta es arriesgada y Luis Miguel parece Una nlfia, hlja de los esposos
_______
aceptado.Un .
que la ha Angel Farfante, del 1402 avenida
bufalo pesa normalmente
kilos (un kilogramo 2 y un I 27.Un
1,200 nifio, -hi Jo de los esposos
quinto libras), cuando un toro de I Ralph N. Castro, del 3111 Dewey.

lidia no suele pasar, por grandeque Un nifio, hi jo de los esposos
sea, de los 550 kilos El .bu.1 George Ramos, del 2926 St. John.

falo atiende tambien al trapo ro-! Una nib, hlja de los esposos

; jo; pero su embestida y su vela : Romero Rodriguez, Jr., del 3418
sidad son muy superlores a las del W. Caracas.

toro; ademas, cuando embiste ya Una nlfia, hlja de los espososL.

no hay quien lo pare. Para llevar L. Prida, del 1016 W. Kentuc-:
a cabo la proposition, "Life" organizarfi key.
un safari en Africa du
..
rante el mss de enero y all! se
WORST SINCE WORLD WAR II BLITZ-London firemen pour water onto the smouldering remain -
la corrida la re-
of a big railway station destroyed by a series of violent explosions when fire en. celebrari para
gulfed drum of gasoline and thousands of'oases of bonded whlakey. It was one of Lon vista, con caracter exclusivo. A
". don's most spectacular fires since the infamous Nazi blitz of World War XX.Two men were todo esto, la empresa de la plaza
killed and about 60 motor vehicles and 300 freight cars were damaged. (Oa l photo) madrilefia de Vista Alegre ha pro-

puesto que se tralga el bufalo a
I EL PEOR INCENDIO DESDE LA II GUERRA MUNDIAL-Los bomberos de Londres arrojan
Madrid que lo toree aqui. Pero
aguaj cobra los restos de una gran estac6n! de carga ferrocarril destrufda por una serle devlolentas y Luis
al parecer esto no es poslble.
explosiones causadas cuando el fuego cnvolvlera barriles de gasollna y millares de ca- Dominguin ha prometldo que lo.toreari
Jas de Whiskey. I iFue1 uno de los Incendlos mis espectaculares sufrtdov por Londres desde el
con capote y muleta, y
masivo bombardeo Nazi durante la II Guerra Mundlal. Cerca de 60 vehfculos y 300 carros de fSk
a ser posible pondra tambien banderillas. -
ferrocarril fneron dafiadoa severameate.
_(E. J. C.)

Conferencia En DEFUNCIONES I

DEMANDAS DE DIVORCIO
Una IglesiaEl Sit. ARMANDO BEIRO, de 68 cal y su entierro .verified el

Sr. Ralph W. Cessna, de Chicago afios de edad, vecino del 2304 ca- sabado, partlendo el cortejo fune Sonja J. Billups contra Marion

Illinois, dlsertarA el 13 de lie Gray, falleclo el jueves de la bre de la Capllla Riverside, de Ar- W. Blllups; abogado demandante

dlciembre, domingo, a las 3:30: de,semana pasada en esta cludad y mando P. Boza (3809 N. Armenia William T. FusselL
la tarde en la Prlmera Iglesia I su entlerro se verified el sabado, a las 4:00: de la tarde, parael Barbara E. Dougan contra

Clentlf de Cristo, sltuada en la: saliendo el cortejo funebre de la cementerio Col6n. Nacl6 en Ro James M. Dougan; abogados de-

eiqulna de lat calla Central 11 Capllla de Armando P. Boza, la ma. Italia, y vino a esta cludad mandantes Garrett y Garrett.

Criito, detras del teatro Falk, con del 2305 Nebraska, a las 4:00: de hace 21 afios. Deja a su esposa, Ella V. Watson contra Robert
el tema: "Como destruir las Urn! I la tarde, para el cementerio Co. Sra. Susan Lombard; siete hi Jas, Watson; abogados demandantes president U.N. PRESIDENT of the 19th- Elected sessionof

talons de toda indole (irapuestas\ 16n. Oflcl6 en la ceremonla rellgiosa Sras. Viola Borrego y Loreta Henson, Berry, Edwards y liar the United Nations, AlexQuafeon8ackey
por la falsa educacl6n acerca de : el Rev, John Grant, de la Storch en Tampa, Rosa Peragine, 40, of Ghana
,,las enfermedades y dlscordias." Iglesia Branscomb: Memorial. Na- Mary Poniplnto y Dolores Novelll rell.Wanda L. L. Blondino contra Sa the youngest president '
Durante muchos afios el Sr. c6! en Key West y llevaba 53 a- en Nueva York, Matilda Baker en Thomas P. Blondino; abogado de, of the Assembly,and the first
Cessna fu< perlodlsta en Michigan floe de resldencla en',Tampa. Era Arizona, Antoniette Cilaberto, : en mandante Paul1 Lake. Negro to' hold the office.

y en Florida, y en el ado soclo del Circulo Cubano. Deja Pennsylvania; tree hijos, Dominick Virginia M. S. Worley contra PRESIDENTS LA O.N.U.

1929 Ingres6 en el per6dlco! "The .cuatro; bijos, Norberto, Armando, Tony y AI Lombardi; 32 nie Reed A.. Worley; abogado deman- El nuevo presldente de la decl-
!
Christian Monitor." InlcI6 la prac-,I George y Ulysses Beiro, ate en tos y tree bisnietos. Un rosario se dante Tom J. Johnson, Jr. ma novena Asamblea Generalde
tlca de la Clencla Crlstlana en el Washington, ID. c.; slete hljas, se- rez6 en la Capllla, el viernes, a las Robert D. Cook contra Anna V las Nacionest Unldas, Alex

ado 1947 y clnco afios despuesfu6 floras Lucille Santiesteban, Gra- 8:00 de' la noche. Cargaron el car Cook; abogado demandante Oscar Quaison-Sackey, time 40 ales
i nombrado "Maestro autorlzado ciela Avila, Coralla Beiro, Rufina cofago los Sres. Dominick Lombard Cuesta. de edad y es native de Ghana.

de la Clencla Crlstiana." Valdes, Adelalda Borrego, en San !, Tony Lombard!, Al Lom Louise G. Jacobson contra Raymond Es el president. mas joven quo

r "De Innegable Importancia es su Antonio, Texas, Onelia Bazarte, bard, Angel Borrego, Julius M. Jacobson; abogado de ha tenldo la Asamblea y el primer

conferencla para los que deseen I en Filadelfla, y Evangelina Soriano Storch y Angelo Puleo. mandante Ralph Steinberg. negro en ocnpar: ese puesto.
11br.ne de las calamidades Im en Miami: cuatro hermanos -
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puestas a los que Ignoran las le- Rene, Miguel, Aracello y Miguel
yes dlvlnas. Beiro, los dos ultimo en N. El Modo Electronico

I Gratis para todos los que asis- Jersey, y echo: nietos. Cargaron el
tan. sarc6fago los Sres. Mario Fernandez PARA REDUCIRI

M. V. Rene Beiro, Armando Navarro

Oscar LaCalle, PlAcido Her I
PLEITOS nandex Miguel Beiro, Ulysses '' I

Patricia ,Minor contra Tampa Beiro y Norberto Beiro. Honora- Fantastico Ejercicio

Transit Co., daftos y perjulclos; a- rios, Armando Beiro Jr., y George \.
bogado demandante ,Frank Raga Beiro. La"mAqulna Flourear puede Jercltar toe mnaculoe 1.400
veees en una nora, entonando, aflrmando vlaorlxandoetoa
no. flAcldes mtteeuloa carentea de aeondlelonamlento.Pued .
ueted obtener aeombroeoe reeultadoe en las cade
Harriet Boyd contra Rudolph
SR. HERMAN DE LA ROSA, de
rat mueloe y elntura sin fades o eefwerxoe eneralcoe.
Seyforth, dada y perjulcios; abo- 77 afios, vecino del 209 W. Bro- Puede ueted deeeanear. leer o mlrar la TelevlelAn mientrae .
bado demandante Frank Ragano. Flourecar trabaja en su euerpo. Una pequena porttil *-
rein fallecid eats cludad y su
en Unldad para Hombres y flujere.
I entierro se efectu6 el sabado pa-
NO DESCUIDE
ado, partiendo el cortejo,funebre
HEMORROIDES
LAS 'I de la Capllla Riverside, de Ar
Evaculciones dolorous, con tome-
mando P. BOla (3809 N. Armenia)
ton, ardor, son senates de que
el t'I
I de la mafiana
aten- 1& las 11:00: para
las hemorroides requleren
I
cementerlo Colon.SR. .
cl6n. Desculdarlas puede conduclr: I
la 'condicldn a tai -
a
que empeore
QUIRIMO LOMBARDI, de
sera dificll obtener' all
punto que
70 aloe de edad, vecino del 2339
vio. No sutra sin necesldad, por.
Union, fallecid: el jueves de la se
obtener Inme-
que puede aUvlo
10-
mana pasada en un hospital
diato con una maravillosa formula
'
llamada FEROL. Es un com-

'' puesto que se esU usando con I PERMISOS DE CONSTEUCC10N

exlto para encoger: almorranas, a- Segunda Iglesia de CxistlanosCientlflcos

llviar el ardor y comez6n, y ayu- 1310 W. Unebaugh, .

dar a promover que ,sanen. Los $60,847.
manufacturers tlenen tanto en- I. W. Corp., 718 Edison, edificio

tuslasmo sobre, au producto, que de apartamentoa $83,000
ofrecen: envlar 3 (ins) tubos con Steve Rlnaldl, 4408 Brookwood t\\

el entendimlento de que puede Drive, una casa, $27,498.
DESDE ESTO A ESTO A ESTO
Ud. usar uno y si no se allvia. po-
dri devolver los otros dos tubes DIVORCIOS CONCEDIDOS
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ccr compras. "Si qulere usted hacer una buena I

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da de que Cuba vended suficiente este es el lugar. POPFS QUARTERS IN BOMBAY-WhU attending the 38th 'International EucharUUc!: Con-
az car en los mercados occiden- Un ingle's habld as!: "SI el Go- greaa In Bombay,.India;; the farthest city from Vatican City ever Visited by 'a Roman
tales, aunque esto signifique r ba- bierno nos pcrmlticse traer al Catholic;pontiff,,Pope Paul'VI resided In the neatly arranged room at.the left,'and ntedl ,:
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7:30: -Cantores de .Baza Negra. Adler. North."
MATRIMONIOS 8:00-Gospel: 'Singing Caravan. 4:30-Superman: lunes aviernes. moves, Diclembre 17
t onsTTo Richard; A. ,Relnhart" 24 aftos, 10:00: -El,Congreso ,Eucaritlco 9:00: AM..-Mike Douglas con el
.Severe Yout f 6406 Coolidge, ,y Linda F. Pope, ,en;Bombay. 5:50: -Pulso. "Salud Mental." Dr. Albert Burke, Eddie
402' N.- D&. MabryHllhb. 18, 508 al. our .de ,la,I Dade 57. 10:30: "La, Libertad,y el 7:00: -relicula. "Milagro en la Albert y un HuespedMlsterioso. .
Dial.7"11)')Y. w are.-/roe I hombre, Parte II. Lluvia." .

pOLyNESiAN 11:30: -Estudlantes' .de Boca 9:00: -Show de Lucia. 5:50: Dr. Tiger, psiqulatra y ;cl- I
Clega entrevistando a 9:30: -Many Happy Returns. rujano. "
Permits laell.bUtsEmbellecedoras .-- pA12ACISE. personalldades de relieve. 10:00: -La Gente de Slattery. 7:00: -Maverick, con James
qoe j 12:00: -Blografla. "Alml ante 11:30: -Luchas. Garner '
.de American and Nimitz." 12:00: +ftescate Ocho. 8:00-Perry: Mason '
EVELYN'SBEAUTY: Polynesian' cwjilnt '
and drink/ 1:15: -Basketball en Florida. Martes, Dlclembre 15 9:00: -Password.
SALON I I 1:45: -Futbol Profeslonal. 9:00: A. M.-Mike Douglas con 10:00: -Los Defensores. "Una Voz
Le Ayuden a RealzarSu .Dancing.nt.rfainm.nfrom and Pielesrrojas contra Potros' June Havoc (hermana de Alta y Clara.- .
BellezaNo : PM. till.2:00 AM.kc de Baltimore. Gipsy Rose Lee), l103-PeUcula.: "MlReputaclon.
es neceiarlo una clUAntlclpada 5:00: Siglo Veinte. Hermione Gingold y ."
5:30: -Nueva ,Serie. Los Wynona Carr. y(ernes, Diclembre IS
I ABIERTO ,EL VIERNC8HA3TA I w'J1CutiM Confllctos de Harry S. 5:50: -"Salud Mental" 9:00: Mike Douglas con.Sally,f
I LA8,9:00: P. M. ,vtu.qge Truman. 7:00-Andy Griffith Rand y Johnny Brown.
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.. tCtC tCtC 8:00: -Ed Sullivan con Alan 10:00: -Cludad al Desnudo. 8:30--Lo.: Entertainers.

.. .. ".. King, y::otros artUtas. 11:30: -PeMcula. "The Sniper 9:30: Comer ,Pyle. .t1
( 9,90.-11 Muftcca 'VlvJe te. Mle'rcoles, Diclembre 16 10:00: -El Reportero.: l. I
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UN' PROBLEMA VITAL PARA EL CONTINENTE I ,; < TELEVISION Las Revistas De Arte En Franciaa

La4 Reforma Agraria y El Desarrollo <" vincularse con el espiritu(
RAMON XURIGUERAII de Ia
(Viene de la paglna S) por I
Economico En America Latinapor 3.00-Campeonato de Bolos. epoca, y a pesar de su eclecticis- I

Macrino Suarez 5:30: -Yo Tengo un Secreto. Entre las primeras cabe citar mo presta una extensa audiencia
,Una 6:30-77: Sunset Strip Jardin des Arts y Connaissance a los comentarlos y a las repro- '
Reforms Agrarla I
conceblda
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amplio
como un del movimlento
7:30: Jackie Gleason. des Arts ambas muy dignamente ducciones artistl-
programa economicosocial de modernization
de las estruc- actual.
reproductions notables co
turas agricolas-es la base de cualquier politica de deaa- 9:00-"Mr.: Broadway. edltadas, con
articulos de calidad. A- Semanarlo es tambiln
rrollo econo'mlco en Latinoam rica. Cualquler tentativa de 1130PeUcuIa.uFrenchman'! y Arts, la
Creek." bundan en ellas las secciones de ins popular de las publications
llevar a cabo esta politica conservando estructuras ca-
artes aplicadas: muebles, Jardl artisticas. Editado en forma de ,I
ducas en el campo, no tendrfa nunca 6xito. El desequili-
brio entre los sectores econ micos continuaria siendo WSUN, CANAL 38 neria, orfebrerfa, ceramica y de- gaceta, su venta es muy superiora
Domingo, Diclembre 13 coracl6n en general. La arquitec- la de las demas revistas. Este
grande y los problemas de paro, subempleo] bajo nivel] de
vida de los campesinos, eatrangulamiento del comercio 8:00: A. ,M* -Seguridad Social tura balla en ellas tambiin un semanario anda lejos de poseerun "

exterior, baja productividad e insuficiente industrializa- 8:15-1.0 que una Persona eco importante. Son unos docu- criterio artlstico exigente. El
t Puede Hacer." mentos mensuales que se inscrl- tenor de los escritos depende del
ci6n
motivados por el] monocultivo, la falta de capitaliza-
9:45: Porky Pig. ben entre el arte avanzado y el de punto de vista de su autor.
ci 5n del] latifundio
< campo, el y el minifundlo, la falta de 't'
poder adquisitivo de la capa mas numerosa de la poblacio'n, 11:30Discovery.12:00Bellezas la mas remota antlgtiedad, con nu- I Lo que da a su comentarios, aveces
etc. seguiran en pie. : Naturales de la merosas practices relatives a co- un cariz contradictorio. Pe.

Sin Naci6n. tizaciones de obras y a particula- ro ello no le impide ser vivo.
embargo hay que sefialar que la reforma agraria, El
aunque sea la base de la politica de desarrollo que necesi- 1:00-Un: ensayo en la Natividad ridades biograficas de artistas de estllo vocinglero de sus titulos y

ta Latinoam rica, tampoco es una panacea. Es decir que 2:00-Una: Historia de la todas las epocas. el carictcr incltante de sus temas ,
Medlcina Americana. De mis reducidas proporclones, le da un saber. de actualidad ,
no podra tener efectos positivos si no esta' encuadrada en pal-
un programa coordenado que incluya todos los otros sec- 2:30: -Africa del Sur. existe 1'Oell, revista en clerto mo- nltante., ouiz&s un poco desorde.

tores econo'micos y que comprenda, con eficacia, un des- 3:30: -Futbol 'Profesional. do ecl ctica, que oscila entre ladivulgacI6n I nada, pero que no es indiferente

arrollo paralelo de la industria. Tambie'n serfa convenien- N. York contra Houston. y la decoraci6n.: Su a los artistes nl a gran numero

te que este programa de desarrollo se concibiese teniendoen 6:30-"Robertlno." presentation es de 'gusto germ nl. de otros lectores.:
7:30: -Wagon Train. co y se ocupa con frecuencia de
cuenta, especialmente, los intereses generales de toda Pansando por alto revistas como ,
America Latina, esbozando-.en lo que se refiere a la a* 8:30Broadside.9:00Pelfcula.: artistes germanos y eslavos. La Argus du peintre, Le peintre y o- a atras
: "X-15. ausencia de comentarios de las expositions -
gricultura-las lineas generales de una politica agricola publicaciones cuyo Inter s aristico .
11:00-Detectives. corrientes, dlsmlnuye
: Holliday.
com n. queda sometldo a la utili-
He aqua como concebimos los puntos esenclales de este Lunes, Dlciembre li Ia actualidad de esta revista. De dad profeslonal, cabe preguntarse
93:0 A. M. Preston mis reciente aparicidn son los seminaries
: -Sargento ,
de reforma agraria. Si define el desarrollo
programa se LPor; qu6 en un perfodo de tan
econ6mlco como un crecimiento de la economia que oca- Lunes a Viernes. Galerie des Arts, yChefsd'oeuvre I implia creaci6n afigurativa exis-

siona, un cambio de ''estructuras, los pafses-como es el 1:00: P. M.-George Sanders y de ,1'art. Amboscon ten tan pocas revistas consagradas -

caso de las rep bUcas latinoamericanas_ -que estan en Anna Sten en una pelfcuIa abundantes reproducciones en a este arte
vias de desarrollo alcanzar nivel econ6mico de espionaje. color. Pero asf como Chefsd'oeuvre
para un superior No es que no las haya habido.
de 1'Art aspire a ser unlcamen-
tienen llevar 5:00-De: California hasta el
cabo 5mica
que a una politica econ< ca- vida ha resultado
sin Pero su preca-
te un Inventarlo de lm genes
paz de cambiar sus estructuras. Pero, frecuentemente, en Per&5:30Sargento
ria. Tal la tentativa de Prisme des
estos palses la polftica de desarrollo no puedo reallzarse : Bilko, de lunesa reocupaciones de temporalldad,
Jalerie des ,Arts en cambio tiende (Pasa a la pigina 8)
porque existe en ellos una serie de obsbatulos que se le viernes.8:30"Doctor .

oponen. Estos obstaculos son de car ct.er. politico, econ6- : Van. I DR. EARLE CARLSONNUEVA I
mico o social. Entre los de caracter econ6mlco e Intima- 7:00: -Caravana a Costa Rica.

mente ligado con los polfticos y sociales, el principal es ]la 7:30: -Vlaje al Fondo del Mar. YORK, Die. 7. El tarle sobre sus dolencias.

permanencla, de estructuras caducas en el campo. 8:30: -No' hay tiempo para Dr. Paul Earle Carlson ejecutadopor Visitaba frecuentemente a los ,'
Es raro el pars de America Latina que no haya hecho Sargentos. los rebeldes Congoleses bajo leprosos alslados, mas de 50,

su "reforma agraria o que no posea una legislacio'n sobre 9:00-Wendy: and Me. una acusacion falsa de espionaje, e inyectaba ,a otros de casos me-

"reforma agraria." No obstante el problema sigue en 9:30-Show: de Bing Crosby. fue arrestado el 17 de septiem nos graves.

pie, e incluso en algunos palses se ha vuelto mas critico 10:00-Ben: Casey. bre y era el unlco medico: al qua I :Dirigia una clinica de nifios y "

U como consecuencia de la expansion del feudalismo. En 11:15: -Show de Les Crane. podian acudir 100,000 natlvos. distribula, comestibles enviados

realidad salvo la rcforma agraria, ya hist6rica, de Mexico Martes, Diclembre 15 Tena! 36 aftos de edad y. era un desde los Estados Unidos. Perci-

J llevada a cabo por melodos revolucionarios, y que se 1:00: P. M.-Katherine Hepburny buen clrujano. Diariamente vela bia un sueldo anual de $1,100 por

ha institucionalizado antes de alcanzar el pleno 'desarrollo Cary Grant en "Bringing y sometla a tratamlento a no me- su intensa labor clentiflca y mlsionera. .

,'t agrario; y la muy reciente efectuada en, Venezuela por Up Baby." nos de 20 de los africanos "que,se :

medios legales, (dejando a un lado el caso especialisimo de 5:00: -"Con destlno a Malaya. congregaban en el exterior: "del Era casado con Lois Llndblom,

Cuba que merecerfa un estudio aparte), se puede aflrmar 6:30: -:Cheyenne. "Regreso de Hospital Protestaote para consul-, de Menominee, Michigan. Ella es-

que conjunto de medidas tomadas en )los restantes pai Judas Basin." tudi6 la carrera de enfermera para .

ses no ,han llegado a cambiar las estructuras agrarias. 7:30-Combate.: 10.00: Shenanigans., estar junto a el l. Nacleron dos
t
, (Contlnuara/)) 8:30Mdlale'Navy.: 10:30-AnnIe: Oakley. hifios del matrimonio, Wayne, de

9:00-EI Potentado. 11:30: -Beany y Cecil. 9 afios, y Lynettle, de 7.

9:30: .Peyton Place, 12:30: -Partido de Futbol del Estudid en la Escuela de Medi-

0:00: -El Fugitive. Liberty Bowl. clna de la Universidad George

11:10-Les: Crane. 6:30: Jim Backus. Washington. 'Fu6 cirujano: real-

Miercoles, Diclembre 16 7:00FUntstones.7:30Fuera: dente en el Hospital Harbor Ge

1:00: P. M.-"Thieves Holliday," : de Limites.' neral situado, en Torrance, California. .

con Signe Hasso y George 8:30: -Orquesta y Show de .

Sanders. Lawrence Welk. Le mand6 al Congo, a petition

5:00: -"Cazadores de Tesoros." 9:30: -Hollywood Palace, suya, la agenda Congo Protestant

6:30: -Cheyenne. "Regreso de variedades. Relief.
,"' Mr. Grimm." 10:30-The Man From UNCLE. (Pasa a la p&glna! 15)

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80:0: -Show de Patty Duke.
TRADITIONAL SUNDAY
8:30-Shlndlg.:
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9:00: -Mickey Rooney, Family Dinners

9:30-La: Ley de Burke. miiow1.IIVID 11141 A... 4 ....
0:30: -Informacidn ABC. ROAST TUIIIY-tlbl" ;! .. drastp eras-
rry MMC* ,T
11:15-Les: Crane. OI/THHN YiH- OWN BAKED CHICKIrll:;M 1.4.

Jueves, Dlclembre 17 Blow rice :........ .... gravy... 1.4.
'OILED CNoVrtD SIRLOIN mAVl_..J...llI lllli asses... 1.71\
I 1:00: -"Down to The Sea In IaIADID VIAL CUTLn..httI ltoll.... .......... 1.10
Ships," con Richard SUGAR CUIID BAKED HAM- _,.... ...... "1104
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con los c ROAST w PtIMI. RIISMM O'... IEEF-a. Iq ........... .... 1.7. '
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6.30-Cheyenne. "Ultimo Tren
para el Oeste.1:30Amfriea. ." \ Embers Imperial House

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u"SUUKANT..COCKTAIL LOUNGE .
Praderas. I
4732 N. Dole
Mabry pfc. 877-4627. 876.4664
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8:30: -MiA Tres III Jos..
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9:00Embrujada.9:30Peyton: I
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0:00: -Jimmy Dean. Recuerde y Honre a los Seres Queridos

1:15: -Les 'Crane.
1 SETS RESCATADOS DE 'UNA GOLETA ABAT1DA POR LA Que Han Desaparecido
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'TEMPESTAD goleU de C5 pies de lon, itud Uki TW na- Viernes. Dlciembre IS
vega asotadoo U 1:00:: -Jeanne Cagney y Mickey Vfelte Nuestra Magnifica ExhibicUn de Monumentos
I en marts per tempettad a unas 60 mlllas al
orate de Cape May, New Jersey, despues de due loa selsniembres Rooney en "Quicksand" Bdyedas y Mansoleoe en 2116 Laurel SU West Tampa
5:00: .-Peces fenomenales en elCarib.
de su tripolaclia fatran evacaados por on helldp- Attndimoi Today Bas Ordtntt Con Prontltud ''y Certtata
tero del scrvkio de GitardacosUsi de lo. E U. y Ilevadoe a .. .
Wallop bland Virginia. 6:30: -Cheyenne. "Pueblo :
As stado."
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PN.111.m1 7:30-Johnny Quest. TT &
& -La Hija del Campes no.

8:00: -La Familia Addams.

9:00-VeHdtco.\ con Jack Webb
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10:30-Dla de Valentine MsT M1IsaLassa

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Proposte Italiane per unlflca one atrette relazionl tra Europa e Sta trlmestrali a llvello del Conslglio ,;1 ,
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ROMA, Agenzia "Italia" II Naturalmente, tale processo scussloni Intervenute e delle e. :.,j )
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alone politica europea. Con 11 suo tlco funzionamento del sistema d'accordo dl accettarle: e confor .. 'f,
documento secondo quanto 6 istltuzionalo delle Comunlta stes- marvlsl. Anche in vista dl eld, le ,j'
stato precisato dal Ministero de se, in partlcolare attraverso 1'e- proposte Italiane sono state co-
gU Ester! 11 Governo italiano ha lezlone diretta del Parlamento eu- munlcate uffidalmente al Governo -
rltenuto dl apportare un dlretto ropeo. britannlco.SUuazione 1
contributo ally realizzazlone dl L'awlo del processo dl unifl-
un'Europa federata e democrat cazione politica dovrl concretar- Della Banca D'ltalla
ca, obiettlvo costante della nostra si nella elaborazlone dl politlche Al 31 Ottobre 1964 '
politica estera. II Mlnlstro degll comunl per giungere ad una e. ROMA, Agenzia "Italia" Daila .
Ester!, on. Giuseppe Saragat ha quilibrata vlslone dl slntesl, del sltuazlone della Danca d'ltalia
personalmente consegnato ed 11- problem! mondiall, Del giusto contemperamento al 31 ottobre 1964 risulta che la ,
,\ lustrato agll ambasclatorl a Roma del singoli (interessi clrcolazione bancarla ammonta a :
r del paesl membri delle Comunlta nazlonall. 3.431 mlliardl, con la dltnlnuxlone ""r 1'
europee le p;oposte.Nel Per ,un perlodo sperimentale dl dl 50 mlliardl nel confront! "' ,
documento italiano sono ire annl, o senza accord! formalldl del mese precedente. :;,
ribaditi i prindpi ispiratori dell'. alcun genere, 11 documento ltallano Tra le principal) operazionl at. i
'Unificazione europea, che deve prevede almeno una riunione tlve dell'lstltuto dl emlsslone sirlleva \\i' '
j progresslvamente concretarsl nel- annuale fra i Cap! dl Stato 0 negli impieghl, la dlmlnu- i
la costruzlone de una comunita dl Governo e riunlonl trlmestra- alone dl 11 mlliardl, risultante'y
profondamente democratica nelle 11 tra i mlnistri degll ester!. dalla contrazlone del portafogllo '
APPARENTLY TOO ABSORBED to notice a very distinguished istituzioni e nel funzionamento, A queste ultlme potranno ease su plane itallane dl 37 mlliardl e ,.,;
visitor, an elderly gentleman continue to read u Queen formata dal set paesi del Merca. re associatl i Mlnistri competentl dall'aumento complesslvo dl '46 ,
Elizabeth II Ylslta the A11&loDutcbRoI.. and Orange" to Comune ed aperta silo Gran per i'insegnamento, la cultura mlliardl I nelle anticipazlonl (39 ,
how at the Victoria and Albert Museum In London. 4.
Bretagna e a tutti gli Stati euro- e la ricerca scientlflca. Le riunlo mlllardl) e nel prorogatl pagamen
APARENTEMENTE DEMASIADO ABSORTO para notar a la pel che ne accettino le regole e nl saranno predlsposte da una IP- tl alle stanza dl compeniazlone ;;
dlstlngulda vlsitante, un caballero de edad avanzada contlnuasu siano in grado dl adcmplcre agli posits "Commissione politica," ((7 mlliardl),
lecture al tlempo que la relna Isabel II visits la exhibition obblighi relativl. L'avvlo del pro. formata dl rappresentanti del Govern In aumento per 114 mlliardl,
.anglo-holandesa "Rosa y y Naranja" en el museo Victoria cesso di unlficazione anche nel ed asslstita da un Segretario. risulta 11 saldo del conto corrente -
y Alberto en Londres. settore politico dovra contribuire! deirufficio italiano del cambl,
all'approfondimento continuo della Nelle riunlonl saranno dibattutl passato, al 31 ottobre, a 1.843 ml-
distenslone internazlonale, a slngoll argomentl dl politics internazionale -
Hard!; invece, la conslstenza del
Biftecs de 1964- rendere operante la solidarietd o dl cultura e dl ricer tltoll dt Stato o garantltl dallo
I verso i paesl in via dl sviluppo eda ca identifies ed anche, nel llml- Stato, ammontante a tale data a
, ,. A Preclos de 1957 consolidare, su basl dl parlti, le ti della loro inddenza sulla poll. 274 mlliardl, segna una leggera
tics eaters all ortentamentl in te- ... .., .
diminuzione dl mlllardl. mipasslvo
Una de !las Grandes Completata L'evacuatione Degll ma dl dire... della sltuazione, si nota

Attracclones de Florida Italian Residentl a Stanleyville Nel corso dl una apposlta rlu- che I debit a vista sono dlmlnul- 1
ROMA, Agenda "!talla" Al nlone annuale tra U Parlamento U dl 3 mlllardl (da 27 a 22 mllltr-
Comidas Completas $2 25 -. Ministerio degll ester! si 6 appreso europeo e gli Esecutlvl delle tre- dO) e che 1'ammontare complessl .
Desde Teatro de Biftecs" 'I' che 1'incaricato d'affarl italiano Comunlta, saranno esamlnate le vo del deposit! In conto corrente 1
rlentrato nella capitale Congolese inlzlative del GovernI favorite '
per
I llberi e vlncolatl 6 sallto a 1487
,5 ST AK da Stanleyville con 1'aereo da tra. 1'unlta politics dell'Europa e mlliardl con un incremento dl 46
I sporto della nostra aeronautics, dibattere le llnce general del mlliardl. Si signals, Inline" che
,. con 11 Quale 6 state completata problemi polltlcl, europcl, 11 conto, corrente per I servlsl dl
i 1'evacuazlone dell itallanl che si l Nel documento Italiano b anche Tesorerla presents a fin ottobre
ftU I4ouu trovavano !in qvella cltta. e ne.,llimmedlati Indicate che, sulla base dell'espe- II saldo a debito del Tesoro dl

dlntornl. rienza cOif compluta ed entro 11. 403 mllUrdl.DEMANDA8.
Junto a Derby Lane en Gandy Boulevard I L'Incarlcato d'affari e 1'agente termini massimo del I gennaio
,. Ablerto Todo lot Dfas (Ezceptuando Lunes) 4 P. M. : consolare a Stanleyville hanno or- 1068 ciol una volta ayvenuta DE DIVORCIO
Justamente al Pacer el Puente Gandy en St. Petersburg I ganlzzato dl persona 11 recupero la fusiono delta tre eslstentl Co. Ollmpia, Valdlvla, contra Anibal
Honramos Todas las Mayores Tarjetas de Cre'dito deU'ultlmo gruppo dl 14 conna- munlU si proceda sits stipulaxione Valdlvia( ; abogados Gibbons, TUG-
; zlonall, rlmasti bloccati Del can. dl un trattato per Istltuzlonallzzare ker, McEwen, Smith y Cofer ,
here dl una locieta Italians sul 1'unlta europea anche Joel Faulk contra Martha
la strada Ituri.Secondo sul piano politico. Faulk; abogados demandant
datl! in possesso dell Inflne, per quanto riguarda la Carlton y McCown.
Drink Frostie Ambasciata Italian a Leopoldville Cyan Bretagna, em sari fin dsll'. Luvenla P. Mitchell contra
I e le Information! raccolte inlzlo tenuta costantemente al cor- Frank W. Mitchell; abogado demandant
,You'll! love it : .ul posto a Stanleyville, si pu6 rente, nell'ambito della rtunlonl Paul Lake
I qulndl ritenere che tutU gli itallanl Robert E. Kranlch contra Sandra -
several f. alano stall portati in salvo Interesamento Dl Rusk Per J. Kranlch; ,abogados deman
Pick
up da quella zons. L'rmlgrazlone ItalisaWASIIINGTON dantes, Cole, Hlmea'y Tall.".
cartons, today staq La stesia Ambasciata ha comu- Agenzia ".ItaU. Charles Fleming contra Elma-
nlcato-In base alia, testimonialize *" n Sottosegretarb dl Sato rlne Fleming; abogado. demandante
BOTTLED BY I del profughl Italian! 'giuntl a Leo- per gU after esteri.! on. Giuseppe Fred T. Baussy.
FROSTIE BOTTLING : poldvllle che 11 padre dominlca- Lupls, durante la recent visltanegll Ella M R. Mills contra Elwood
COMPANY' I no Reno Armani, dell'Ordlne del Stall Unltl!, e stato rlcevu- Mills; abogado demandant Paul
Tampa : padrl combonlanl dl Verona, ss- to dal Segretario dl State Dean Lake.
rebbe purtroppo fri } ventl euro.pel Ruik, con II qua!. ,ha avuto un
I
uccisi dai ribelll a Paulls.Da lunge colloqulo su argomentl dl Maafoefmleato Por 8paradEttas .
quests cltta sono sat eva- comune intereste 'Ira I'' due Psesl. petlcJones de. mantenl- .
ESPECIAL cuati! a Leopoldvllle 14 Italian! Nel colloqul sono' stati anche' mlento fueron presentadss por el
99c che sono llleil e si trovano In trattatl I problemi deU'emlgrs-. fiscal del estado Paul B. Johnson' :
5 Camisas Lavadas TRAIGALAS buona salute Le loro famlglle so lone itallana II SegrcUrlo dl; Sta Carol J. Schoffer contra .JamesD.
y Planchadas RECOJALAS j no state immedlaUmente Informa- to amerleano! ha avuto occaslonedl Schoffer.
Recogemos y DcTolremos Sa Ropa En Toda La Cludad te !dal Ministero degll eater! I asclcurar II Sottosegrttarlo; onLupls Laurel H. White contra S Allan
SERVICIO RAPIDO y CORTES connazionali giuntl da Paulls han ?circa ,II sun interessamento toper If. Whit, .
CLAMS POE EL TELEFONO 241-2921 no informato the nessun aUto Ita- una revislone della 'legistszione Shirley, Merchant contra Dennis
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PAGINA 8 LA GACETA VIERNES, 11 DE DICIEMBRE DE 1964
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0 TEATRO ESPASOL AL DIA Este es el pensamiento del au. "

> ,} : k MADRID, (Especial para La Ga tor y para exteriorizarlo usa bri-
t llantes simbolismos y recursos
que
yrrp 4a ceta)
Emilio Romero estrena su tercera el publico capta facilmente. De
comedla; "Las lUtas Suben a laCludad. ahi que los que viven a raz de tierra -
4 ." Importante pleza de ca los que viven en la calle y
fir racier politico?social, que sigue aaben de sus palpitaciones, com-
? la lines ya inlclada por este pres- prendan bien las ideas .y sigan con
tlgloso e inteligente escritor de re- interns la peripecla, la farsa o como -
sucltar el Teatro de Ideas. La se qui era llamar, pero que
comedia, simbollsmo de las desl<< tiene un fuerte contenido humano,
a b gualdades soclales, tub acoglda capaz de cubrir, lo que le falta de
con muchoi aplausos por el publl- pura arquitectura teatral.
SI como decla 'Pascal, "Toda
encontraba
vo, entre el que se
tr. gran numero de personalldades de la dignldad radica en el pensa
vn k ',PANAMA STUDENTS carry what look to be a pretty professionally made banner in front las tetras las sites de Madrid. miento", y la obra de Emilio Romero
?. 4, of the legislative building In Panama City to protest their government' handling of the y estA llena de pensamlentos
I Panama Canal situation. They urge a stronger Itan About 2,000 were in demonstration. Como ya hemos apuntado en o- rectos y nobles, su comedia es de
tras ocaslones, Emilio Romero, pe-
;, ESTUDIANTES PANAMEROS cargan lo que parece ser un cartel profetionalmente hecho riodista de gran inquletud, de Ideas las que dejan huella como imprime -
1 frente al edlflclo: legislative de dudad PanamA para protestar de la manera en que su gobler slempre en movimiento y es- la mente la presencia de un
no.ha actoado en Ia situation del Canal de Panama. Ellos plden una poslci6n mis flrme. Cerca pirltu abierto a la lucha por laperfection cataclismo mica.o de una sacudida sfs-
i de %,000'penona.. partlciparon en la demostra-ef6n. en el orden social due
!i-noblemcnte piensa que no es Esta realidad es la que flota en
UNA ENTREVISTA CON EL PRESIDENTE ILLA LAS REVISTAS DE ARTE.... ut6plca, ha llegado al teatro coil'. la obra de Romero que fue pre-
(Viene de la p&gina 6) el m .mo'bagaje que a las colum. miada con largas ovaciones. Y si
Argentina: El Doctor y El Pacientepor Arts de la que aparecieron muy nas del peri6dico; con el de com- la crftica ha ,lido variable en sus
Brian Crozier pocos numeros, de vuelo interna batir la injusticia. Su teatro, pro- apreciaclones, ello confirma la.
Ha bajado la fiebre pero paciente aun no entra en clonal, con excelentes colabora- bablemente no sea lo que los es- norma de que en lo politico y en
la etapa de su restablecimiento.] Esto puede ser un claro dores 'e Interesantes im gene.. Y pecialistas llaman teatro puro, pe- lo social nunca hay unanimidades.A .
resumen de la situation en que se encuentra ]la Argentina aun mis recientemente el ejemplode ro en su forma de hacer est bien nosotros nos gusta la tem Uca
despue's de un afio' bajo el cuidado del Dr. Arturo Illla, el Cahiers du Muscle de poche, clara la exposlcifin de su pensa del autor de esta importante obra.Y .
;. medico de la provincia de Cordoba, que tom posesl6n del] publlcac6n! esmerada, consagrada miento. Y al que le baste esto, es- bueno es que se discuta y se de-
, cargo de Presidente de ]la Republica Argentina el 12 de excluslvamente a la pintura cucha con atencl6n lo que sus per. bata, porque entonces es que exls-
octubre de 1963. abstracta, con importantes estu- sonajes dicen., te materia prlma.-E. J. C.)
!
Como me dijo el Presidente Illfa, cuando me.recibi6 en dlos y notas muy julciosas sobre "Las ratas suben a la cludad"es
el resplandeciente] Palacio] Rosado, ]lo que mas necesita el problemas de la creacldn y teoriasdel la tercera obra teatral que es- MATRIMONIOS
pals, despue's de veinte 'afios de una ponzofiosa agitation, arte. trena y es hasta ahora el tercer Carlos D. Alvarez, 58 afios, 5030
es el] restablecimiento de la paz y la normalidad. Por nor- Bien es verdad que el arte con. vagon de un convoy que lleva''el Troydale Road, y Ruth T. Ward,
a malidad, me explic, quiero decir democracia y respeto de I temporfineo no tiene necesidad de mismo rumbo: el de lo justo en la 49, 216 Cedar Avenue.
, la ley y el orden. Esto es lo mas esencial del progreso eco- un'6rgano especial para ser re- distribution de bienes. Emilio Romero William F. McGowan, Jr., 27 a-
n6mico que esperaba obtendrfa el pals bajo su nuevo plan I producido y comentado.. Todos los : dice desde el escenario que fios, 141 Danube, y Birbara J.
, quinquenal de desarrollo. 'periodlcos dedican secciones espe- la sociedad actual es intrinseca- Spoto, 26, 445 West Davis Blvd.
''t ciales la actualidad artistica. La mente est& Charles A. Givens, 40, St. Pe-
Aunque el Dr. Illia ha denunclado la politica irrespon- a injusta; que regida por
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4 'sable de despilfarro que tantas esperanzas econ6micasI' prensa semanal, sea cual fuere su la ley del mas fuerte, la que en tersburg, y Dolores M. Horan, 31,
habla despertado, su primera y prudente prescription! cardcter): prodiga! las reproducciones carna el personal que se deno- New,Jersey.PLUMBING.
tambien es suave para un gran niimero de argentinoa, de escultura y de pintura.! mina "El Tlbur n". La Injusticia
despue's de los largos afios de demagogia de Peron, seguU Las ediclones 'de arte son hoy del cisterns obliga a mantener una
da por la penosa austeridad de los gobiernos interinos y el seguros negoclos de librerla. Las cadena de Injustices e hipocreslas
intrSpido maquiavelismo del ex Presidente Frondizi. Sa- monograffas de artlstas, figurati- en el juego de la convivencia o- 0 I S. I
I ben que el doctor Illia, que no es nada espectacular, tiene vos o abstractos, se suceden en bligada.2amuflandose. 0s
raz<5n, pero estan Impaclentes por la 1 deliberada marcha forma Ininterrumpida. No existe Intlmamente bajola sINSS r1eH ,e x 70
que ha escogido.; Esto es verdad en cuanto a la colectivi-] boy hogar con blblloteca! por mo cape de la sociabilidad, el in-
dad comercial 'que le acusa de los vicios incompatibles] de desta que ,esta sea, que no cuentecon dlvfduo sufre su humillacl6n y
dirigismo e indecision y a los intelectuales] que se quejande el ornato de algun libro de solo a duras pen as se mantlene la
que la paz y la tranquilidad noconstituyen un programa. artft. A esta invasion se debe, armonia superficial. Pero debajode

La herencia de problemas, a corto y; a largo plazo, muy probablemente, que lo que las formulas de cortesla, de
que ha encontrado el Presidente Illia es considerable. AI- pudlera llamirse arte peculiar los gestos que impone la educa- REASONABLEPHONE
gunas cifras demostraran que los problemas financiered a contemporaneo, no alcance mayor den: libra una batalla real y late
corto plazo, par lo menos, son ya menos agudos que lo eran representac6n! en una revista de el odio del que vive bajo la feru- 233.2811 935-1634
cuando el Dr. Illia tom6 posesi< de su alto cargo. El d6- revistas. I la del poderoso.
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,"Lcit del presupuesto: de 1964.1968 lSe valora en 18125" ; ;
millones (libras esterlinas), lo que es una mejora con res-
pecto al afio anterior en el que se valor6 aquel en 228.75
millones (libras esterlinas). La deuda exterior de esto cigarrillo con filtro 'tdoble.
aifto llega a 520 milones de $ y la deuda que se cumple el .
proximo afio y en '1966 supondra* partidas de 474 y 364
millones de $, respectivamente. "

Los compromisos a largo plazo son mucho mAs se- ( triple. charcoal. 4,. i
rios. La economia argentina es una economia de disipa- ,
ci6n Durante varlas generaciones han comido alegremente -
cada vez mAs de su propia came contra una production acetato de celulosa) "j..J
estancada y actualmente declinante. Con solo 21 o 22
.mil de habitantes, en una zona cinco veces mayor --VBMngiin

que Francia, cuya mayor parte son tierras ricas, pero a- ha duplicado o 'igualado : :
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bandonadas, no puede considerarse a la Argentina como ; ; 1:
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un pals ftuperpoblado] en el sentido propio de esta pala- ,
bra. Tampoco el aumento anual neto de la poblacWn] un 2 la mezcla de los t >,
por clento, constituye nada extraordinario. Pero el dos mejores "
por clento de interes compuesto aumenta si no hay mas i
r, alimentos para llevar al mercado. .

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I FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1964 LA GACETA PAGE 9 -1: i i
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; II"( WHERE THE BOYS ARE i( I IIi.

Airman Palacios, son of Mr. Lieutenant Lancaster
;Ii. and Mrs. Pablo Palacios of 4202 combat-type escape and
::. 22nd Ave., will be trained as an training to enable him i
;" aircraft maintenance specialist at vive under adverse

..' I Keesler AFB, Miss. lie is a 1963 ditions and hostile : ; '

i>+ graduate--_of.... Brewster-, -.,High,,,,,.-- School.-<. SAVANNAH-0-, Ga. -

geant Robert If. Cape,
for duty at Hunter AFB,
a tour of service in !

,- ,. Sergeant Cape, an f
controller, is assigned to
\ 1 Force Communications

er.u (AFCS) unit at Hunter.
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His wife, Carol, is the
-- ; '"H of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. .
Lt. Thomas Clark I X ; ;, 'i. of Bayshore Royal Hotel I k
SAN ANTONIO, Tex--Thomas I, Fla. '
Clark, son of Mrs. Thelma A. -
Clark of 4112 Drexel Ave., Tam r.. BIEN HOA, Viet
pa, Fla., has been commissioneda I II
teen miles outside Saigon I
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second lieutenant in the U. S. u'u" ""' m'.n' "
boa Air Base, Airman t"t>
Air Force upon graduation from Airman James T. Packwood Jr. Clayton W. Powell Jr.,
Officer Training School (OTS) at Airman Packwood, son of of New Lebanon, N. Y., t"I
Lackland AFB, Tex. James T. Packwood. Rt. 1, will ing do a job that is the :
Lieutenant Clark was selectedfor be trained as an aircraft maintenance of U. S. Force combat
OTS through competitive examinations specialist at Amarillo advisory assistance in
,
graduates. He with has other been college chosen AFB, Tex. ......m......... .mu."... I Airman Powell and r
for training and duty as an edu Pacific Air Forces unit
10)r
cation and training officer. t ,F the planes that ;j jII
?- aircrews fly across
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Lieutenant Clark, a graduate of jungles and rugged 10)A 1
II. B. Plant High School, receiveda t tx under fire-In the fight ;
bachelor of arts degree in 1964 communist aggression. "
from. the University! of South FlorIda His wife, Jeannette C.

resides at 3801 N. :
Tampa, Fla. :+
SAN ANTONIO, Tex. Three -
Tampa, Fla., men have completedU. k SAN ANTONIO, Tex.
S. Air Force military trainingat H. Brown III, grandson
Lackland AFB, Tex., and have
and Mrs. Carl A. !Duncan
selected to attend technical
been
t. Harbor View, Tampa, '
training courses. f
.. / been commissioned a :
Airmen Juan P. Pala. -
They are
I tenant in the U. S. Air
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I Paul A. I1auser.I Airman lIauser, son of Mr, and (
Mrs. Albert S. Hauser of 10605 )
&* Annette, will be trained as a missile

,. facilities specialist at Cha- l
l nute AFB, Ill.
Airmen Packwood and Hauser
are 1584 graduates of Chamber: ,
lain High School. I I

Fd&a '
: w RENO, Nev. 2nd Lt. Robert D.
e Lancaster, son of Mrs. Jack B. ('
Harmon of 3809 Oklahoma Ave., rr+ ;
Tampa, Fla., has completed the
rigorous, U. S. Air Force survival. .'
and special training course con-
ducted by the Training Command''I 14. Charles IL Brown I'I
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I Airman Juan P. Palacios at Stead AFB, Nev. I (Continued on page I the first

Democratic primary for governorin

Savvy Seminole Say: "Jfo "It's I960:the very enthusiasm. you

: more swamp stompin' pray for in a worker, this belief
you both want them to have and
to impart to others, that victoryis
within grasp, that causes four
me golt'um crazywheels"financed have.people to spend money you don't,


They get the feeling that just
of court, at low Interest one more round of long distance
M : 4-: Seminole Bank ratal. Arrange payments to telephone calls, or the spendingfor
.., precinct workers of already
fit your monthly Income. Do at Savvy" ,,. money

:u': did and bo heap smart before .t... could make committed the difference for printing,
buy a new or used car, come Into
,1I you j \, ,\ "In the hysteria of the last days,
the SEMINOLE bank of Tampa I .
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first primary. If you make the
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then should be sold on the
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CRACKER POLITICS... THERE'S A WARNING TO TEACHERS LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE i

(Continued from page 9)er ,
the nextfrace.. WHEN CONSERVATIVE SPEAKS I NOTICE: or: SUIT NOTICE TO.-nut CREDITOBSN
!. th. Clrealt Court of th* ThlrieeathJudicial
This candidate lost his home Circuit In sad for UllUbor.
By CHARLES IIESSER ouch Cesatjr Florid la Ctoeaeery.N Notice if hereby given that the un-
and his law practice because of Miami News Political Writer .. 144W-C derilgned has been duly appointed
MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE: and qualified as Administrator of the
the campaign' sequel of 'debt and (From the Miami News) estate of Arsenlo Aryans. deceased. )

political !l'cdrlsJaJ. lies; confided State Rep. E. C. Rowell is a Sumter County farmer, MUTUAL a corporation.Plaintiff FINANCE COMPANY, All lees heirs and, creditor all other, legate person. dlstrlbu-having

Cat one of the major items of claims or demands against said estate
and like most men of the soil, he is a conservative. This are hereby notified to present themIn

nnforseen expense some $18, can be of great importance to Florida taxpayers because RALPH WILLIAMS and FANNIE Hlllstoroufb duplicate to County the County at his Judge office of at ,

000-was the long distance tele- Rowell will be speaker of the House at next year's Legislature WILLIAMS WILLIAMS, his, Jwlf.wife;nd WALTER MARIE the Court House, within Tampa six Florida
; to
ROSKNNAMcCULLOUOH properly sworn calendar
phone bill. WILLIAMS, hi* I
and WILLIAM: month from the date of the first

"I guess we' all have become so In addition to offering leadership to the House in McCULLOUOH TIE 8AUNDER8, era husband EVERETT: IX>T- publication Each claim of or this demand notice.must be in

accustomed to using the telephone general, Rowell makes the important committee assign SAUNDERS, her husband WINOO: LOUISE, her writing residence and and must post state office the address place of of

in a campaign that we don't real. ments. The committees have virtual life and death con husband WINOO;and and WHILHBNIA the claimant and must be sworn to
how be WEEKS, a clngl person, a* sole by the claimant, his agent or his
ht it he
just costly
can trol legislation.
over proposed heirs at law of Magnolia WUllams, attorney .or the tame will become

said; "Too, there were ai lot, of Speaking before the Coral Gables Chamber of Com- I deceased Defendants. void according publication to law.on December 4.

credit cards out. And you know merce a few days ago, Rowell gave the taxpayers cause to first MARINE BANK: AND

low people in a campaign are: hope next year's Legislature won't, be a repetition of the TOI STATE WALTER 07 FLORIDA WILLIAMS, JR. and TRUST COMPANY

they talk back and forth around 1963 session which went on the wildest tax; and spend reJ S' his wife Arsenlo Administrator Alvares.of the Deceased Estate of
Round
452
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the state despite 'all the' ca11'tJon.Ing spree in the state's history. View whose Road, Baltimore* Maryland.Tot 629 Tampa Twlggs 2, Florida Street

you do about holding down( The 1963 Legislature increased taxes $170 million WILLIAM ROSENNA: McCULLOUOH.McCULLOUOH and her IRVING O. LAWRENCE

unnecessary: calls. In the veekiust' and,approved a bonding plan for university and junior college husband whose residence 1* 1915L RIOAU FICARROTTAAttorneys
1 m* Avenue, WIDIton-S em,
: before the primary they're construction that will eventually run into the hun- North Carolina. 12/4/64

.n the' 'phone day and night. dreds of millions of dollars.In Toi DOTTIE 8AUNDERS SAUNDERS her and husband EVERETT -.

"Actually tried to his Gables Rowell whose residence Is 2801 NOTICE OF SUIT
we protect speech
repeatedly-for empha-
Majrasin* Street, Loulsvlll, Ken In the Circuit Court et the Thirteenth
ursclves by asking the telephone sis-expressed the thought there was a limit to what the tucky. Judicial Circuit of the State ef Flor-
To -i WINGO, the husband ofLOUISE Ida la and fer IIIIUbor*gh Cematy
company to discontinue service 'taxpayers could bear. W1NQO. Defendant, heir IN CHANCERYW

right'after the primary. But there He even put Florida's 45,000 school teachers, the at deceased law of whose Magnolia residence Williams Is UNKNOW2' DIVISION.. 11412S-C O.

wasn't'any way to stop the use of state's most potent and hlghly.vocallobby, on notice that heirs of ,Magnolia and to Williams all unknown, deceased JOSEPH JOHN KELLY, Plaintiff

credit' cards, and the billing cycle another salary hike may be hard to achieve. whose residences are UN v..
MARTHA KELLY, Defendant
was' such that the !blow didn't Noting the steady progress of the state's schools, You KNOWN.and each of you are hereby

really hit until several weeks la Rowell said, "This was the first year in which the, National required defenses to file, If your any,answer In the or above written STATE} OF FLORIDA
MARTHA KELLY
ter."' Education Association has said that Florida pays proceeding with the Cleric of this TO whose residence is:,
Court, and to serve a copy thereof
''What that candidate said was its teachers better than 'any other state in the Southeast." upon the Plaintiff Attorney, whosenamee 2460 Bronx Davidson 68. N. Y.Avenue, N. Y.

echoed by 'another eliminated In ee.e. on or before and add.appear the 28th day of December hereon You are or hereby written required defenses to, If file youranswer In
.
the 'first primary of' 1964. lie ask. The 1963 Legislature gave the teachers pay raises being 1964 the a suit nature for of foreclosure this proceeding of the .ovc Jnfo the any Cleric

ed1 that his name not be used, ranging from-,.$350?to $550 a year, depending upon their mortgage against, to-wltl the following de- of thereof this upon Court the plaintiffs serve attorney a copy,

perhaps in part because he didn'twant length of tenure. lCcr\Block SUBblVISION R" RANDALLS whose hereon. name on or before and address the Slit appears day ofDecember

to stimulate more people to Rowell didn't debate the' merits of the university REVISED BLOCKS J, K' L M N O, P.OF Q, 1964 the suit nature for Divorce.of this
being
end bills to add to the unexpected 'and junior college, bond issue program, but he said the AND R, of NO.RANDAL'LS 2. according to SUBDIVISION th.map .- proceeding DONE AND ORDERED a at Tampa,

should realize that construction the build thereof recorded In Hlllsborough County State of Florida,
$40,000, ,of' these he already has taxpayers of Plat or Book plat 14, PublicRecords this 12th day of November, 1964.

received. ings is only the beginning of their cost. of Jill.t : County, (Seal) JAMES Clerk Circuit F. TAYLOR Court: JR.

"Some of these things we never "To make effective use of these new facilities will DONE Florida.AND ORDERED at Tampa YADO. KluH: 1jIJb1RCIA. D.C.

require more maintenance and operating funds and more County of HllUborough. State of Florida Attorneys-at-Law
would have been billed for if we this 20th day of November, 1984.
personnel Rowell explained. HON. JAMES F. TAYLOR JR., 1501V4 South Dale Mabry
,
9 Florida
lad been successful he mused. Tampa ,
(Seal) CLERK
"For example, our party occupied 'So substantial increases in budgets for higher edu HILLSBOROUOH COUNTY, 11/20/64 ..

motel rooms in St. Petersburg that cation are inevitable. The cold reality is that we will haveto FLORIDABy O. R STONER
NOTICE TO CREDITOBS
raise new revenue or cut back on some other govern Deputy Clerk
; No. 48717
we thought the local( committee I GREGORY, COUR8 A PANIELLO
mental service. By JOSEPH M. PANIELLO i
had paid for until, after the prl Attorneys for Plaintiff Notice is hereby given that the Undersigned -
Rowell estimated the 1965 Legislature will have to
404 Jackson Street has been duly appointedand
mary we received a bill from the
come with $60 million from some source ''to staff and Tampa Florida 83602NOTICE qualified as Administrator C.T.A.of .
up ,
motel operator. Too, we got bills 11/27/64 the estate of WILLIAM HARRIS
the colleges. deceased. All heirs creditors legatees,
operate new ,
for the rental of stores for .
distributees
I county OF SUIT and all other persons
" He also pointed out that another source of revenue la the Circuit Court ef the Thirteenth having claims or demands against
headquarters that I'm local
sure will have to be found to replace the Utiljtiea tax1 in the Judicial ClreBll of the State of Florida aid estate are hereby notified to
>
present them In duplicate to th
committees *
1 'Would have paid la and for IlllUborongh County
", general 'revenue fund. The utilities 'tax*hereafter will be IN C11ANCBKY County Judge of Hlllsborough Countyat
if had won.. his office at the Court House,
we No. 144>OtrC
pledged, to pay off the principal and interest on the "col ,Tampa,>Florida, >properly' sworn to
One of this 'candidates' big red.
construction bonds. LLOYD L. AUSTIN.* within six calendar months from the
Ink surprises was the bill for a lege vs Plaintiff.ELOD1E notice.date of the first publication of this

$10,000 order of printing rushed ANN GILBERT a widow, Each claim or demand must be In
et al, I writing and must stat the place of
out to his local headquarters for Defendants I residence and post office address of

the blitz of the last weekend of //WHEREuYHE, BOYS AREContinued I STATE OF FLORIDA: attorney the claimant claimant and, must his agent be sworn, or his to

'the campaign: To FLORENCE LOUIS'S WIL- or the sam will becomevoid
BOURN a widow whose residence according to law.
"Technically, I suppose, the ( on page 9) and address U UNKNOWNYou First publication November IS 1964.
from Officer Train. are hereby required to file your HOWARD FRANKLIN HARRIS
printer shouldn't have started the on graduation answer or written defenses If any, Administrator of the Estate of
jab until he had a voucher in Ing School, (OTS) at Lackland In the above proceeding with the William Harris, Deceased
., : Clerk of this Court and to serve a 2020 E. Lake Avenue
Stand," agreed the candidate. "But AFB, Tex.Lieutenant. < copy thereof upon the plaintiffs Tampa, Florida
attorney, whose name and address H. VINCENT THORNTON
he was dealing with our manager, Brown, selected for ; ,. appears hereon. on or before the 21st Attorney for Administrator
'" day of December, 1964. the nature of 808 Tampa Street
known to him as a thoroughly OTS through competitive examination wI this proceeding being a suit for foreclosure Tampa Florida

reputable person who had placed is being"assigned to.,an t : :''k"r ,- described of a tax Hen on the. following, 111864s, -
< P s
(other orders in the past and al.gays Air Training Command ,,(ATC .. .' Lets IS and l'"Or 'Block1' I, of OT1CKTO
CREDITORS:
FAIRVIKW: TERRACE 'SUBDI.
made' good on these. unit at James Connally; I\rBijTex. 4 VISION' Plat Book 11, Page 62. Me. Ufl

"Our manager told the printer for tralnin;- as a navigator f3J" > ;i County Public ,Records Florida. of HllUborough Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned .

lie received a B. A. degree from i t>) DONE AND ORDERED at Tampa has been QuiT appointedand
that be'was putting, the voucher > ,,,'i ;': Htllsborough County State of Florida, qualified as Executor: ut tue
I 'r ..
the University, this'1Ttb'day of November 1964. estate or Kaymond D. Sherman de
in mall that
the day. In turn, he :I 't\\ JAMES F. TAYLOR. JR. ceased. All ours, creditor, legatees,
was acting on the basis of tele -0- (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court distributee, and ail other' persons

phone conversations he had with OKLAHOMA\ CITY, Okla. =lIt ', GILBERT By It RAWLINS HENRY GARCIA D.C. said Having estate claim are hereby or demands nomad against to present -

our people' out in the state who I Lieutenant Gerald W. Herzog, son Solicitor for -Plaintiff them In duplicate to the County
ROT Jackson Street judge oi liillsuorough County at his
iJojd him of the promises of money i of Mr. and Mrs. Charles, '\YoU r, -I I kist<"" '" % +* ** f*i "'.a.0'\11'1' Tampa Florida office I at the Court house. Tampa,
'
Lt GeraldS. w. IIlno, 11/20/64 Alortda, properly sworn to within six
tttade to them; This money just zog of 507 McEjwln ..St.,, .Tampa{, '' calendar months from the date of the
degree from the tfnlverplty of first.,publication of this notice
,
NOTICE OF SUIT
Fla. has been presidentof
'ildnt materialize. ete5ted'
Everybody act Tampa: !. tli. Clrrvlt C*.rt ef the Thirteenth 'ttaca: claim or"demand must be In
:.d In good faith"Neither the Junior Officers Council. ., ;at J.4lrlat Clrrmlt of the Stale ef Flor witting and must stat the place of
-' Hitwife Henrietta.. :Is the ida,. la and fee Hlltsbeveagh Coatr residence and post office address of
of these candidates Tinker AFB, Okla. IN, CHANCERY the claimant and must be sworn toby
daughter of Mrs Elizabeth"Woodward the' claimant his agent or his
Knew the legal 'status of such Lieutenant Herzog'Is a person" '.iNe 1..061 attorney, or the same will become
\>f, ,507'' Hush<; [St.;Tampa.CLASSIFIEDS -' void according to law.rirst .
;
,debt. But each felt his personal nel officer at the Air Force 1 fUoJ. ROSALYN'. CARROLL'WATTS' publication. ,on November 20,
Plaintiff.CHARLES '
Honor, and I political future necesjltated1 gistics Command's (AFLC) Okla. ys. 1964. JOSEPH GARCIA,

', his doing ,what he could to homa City area headquarters.The MEN, train for Heavy Equipment Defendant ALLEN,WATTS. Kxecmtor. of. Sherman the Estate of

fay all good faith :obligations. lieutenant received his B.a Operators,'by Actually operating STATE OF FLORIDA! ,Deceased
JOSEPH: GARCIA:
EquiPment'foUr": ':!reeks.no To CHARLES .u.LEN'\VATrS. Attorney ;
whose residence. : 613 First National Bank Bldg.
home studyl: U your credit Is 660 University'Louisville .
Tampa,"FloridaU2064
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,road; We can have tuition financed You Texas .
are hereby required to tile your
and you) make monthly the answer or written defense,if any In NOTICE'OF SUIT
with the Clerkof
abovjTproceedlaf : la the Clrevll Court .C the Thirteenth
I payments alter training., No extra this Court and to errs a .
copy ..
.eI.. drealt .f roe State *f FlerUs
thereof upon I the plaintiff* attorney,
charge for room/and board. whose name] and addrea appear* ,' '|a sad fee HUlefcereafh Cenaty

Overseas pp rtuidU.... "Treeplacement'service. hsre0n.on"e' before the 4th day of ,1N.CHAKCBKYROBERT Nos 144407-C
January 196B. the nature of this proceeding
Write[I'fcalph' being +a>.ult for Divorce.
DONE and ORDERED at Tampa, LOUIS IJJCS. Plaintiff.MARYOAIL .
,
Bus
42"ghin'g
a Manning, ; add inilsborough County. BtaU of Flor Y" -

ress, phone" number,. 'time at ida, this JAMBS SOth day F.of N. ftm"'j R.RIGAU 1964.. ILKS.-Defendant

home. (Seal Clerk Circuit Court STATE OF FLORIDA

'. TiB l.ARROTTA3NEE'\ : D.C. To: MARY GAIL ILK.
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resldenc 1st
whoe
Solicitor for rtalntlfT- ,*41S* Bay Street
as
GI&ONE' Twig Street Charlotte N. C.
j' '
Tampa.- oNe required to file
Tee are hereby your
H Hi ;-:: TILE CO.vilyl ; I Wtt-t answer or written defenses If any,
t la the above proceeding with the
SUBSCRIBE TO LA GACETA Clerk of this Court and I* serve a
.7t. thereof the plaintiffs
......... ......... ..., PHONE.24S-JW1 attorney copy whose upon name and addrea*
I 'Ai appears hereon. on or before th. 28th
,_ day o( December 1M4. tae nature of
f UtM1CeIen ....t.SL thte proceeding being a suit for
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AND
.. *_fr, LUK Mor4c l"t. lt,'file Israeli who delMtoi to ttM, .....\ ,......... ... r HlllsbonracB DONS ) County, Stat ef Tampa Florida

IfbroottB IB Rome and was c.ea.sr, t ,, this. 9th .day e' November. 1064.AfEB .
poled aw rascued'frog'rM '.''. r. TAYLOR JR.Seal .
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; aM' ......tad to OlIn.wh&e drugged aad locked In ,JIlt ..:......- ...tt.; ( ) Clerk: Circuit OetirtBy

le ... sd fa MS M before being returneeS to Xaratl. ,.. '..... Ti.... IIR. RALPH W. RIN W.CHART'1'. MURRAY. D.C.

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III 1 SCOPE OF JOHNSON'S VICTORYBy I ,

JOHN M. BAILEY victory of President Johnson and The President lost only six '\.
Chairman of the Democratic I( the Democratic Party was wide states. Of those six states, five A chat with
National Committee I and deep. It illuminated an over were In the Deep South. If the
President Johnson and the Democratic whelming national consensus for Negro citizens in those five states City Councilman
Party have 'won the most I those men and those programs had been allowed to register and
overwhelming political victory in'that will meet and answer the vote, President Johnson would SAM MIRABELLA
our nation's history. It was a victory 'problems I of the Twentieth Century. have carried every one of them. By CIIERIE TROPED VV!
of such scope and depth thatit That leaves Arizona, Senator
may well remain the standardfor Consider the scope of Presi. Goldwater's home state, a state he .(
years to I II carried by less than 3,000 votes.
come. dent Johnson's victory. He carried r
Councilman Mlrabella is the i .
City Sam personification .
Yet this hard fact of Even more significant is the ,
political 44 of the 50 states. He won with "
life is scope of President Johnson's vie.tory of a typical Southern gentleman. lie combines dry
being Ignored by many of 61.4 percent of the vote, an all-
'
wit with humor and to take calm look at
the For example: folksy seems a
right wing radicals who time
ported Senator Goldwater. sup-I I record. The President won 64 percent things, including the City Council meetings.
President Johnson carried Vermont

bizzare of the city vote, 60 percent of the Mr. Mirabella sits at the council table casually .i.
affront
to and
realities reason the I II I i with 66.3 percent of the suburban vote, and 57 percent of leaning back, coat unbuttoned and he just might have his
of American ,
politics, they vote. He is the first Democrat
,
I the rural vote. shoes, off, although it isn't visible to the audience. lie
see the results of (
November
3 as to that state since the found
carry smokes cigars and chews and his ideas for the City
The President won a majority gum,
"temporary, "bad luck.
or I ing of the Republican Party in than sound at times brilliant..
Surely this Is nonsense. The 1856. among Negroes, white Protestants, are more they are .
Irish Italians, Germans, Polish, A native Tampan he has a beautiful wife, (Marie)
French Canadians, Scandinavians, two little boys, and a baby girl. The portly CouncilmanAlso
and Jewish voters. lists his hobbies "Working and hunting. I like to .
President Johnson won substantial get in the woods whenever I have the time. I like to fish .
majorities in the East, the too, especially since I'm in the business" Mr. Mirabella j
West, the North, and the South. did not mean\ the City Council when he referred to his
Voters with high Incomes, tra. business being fish. He Is the Treasurer of the Mirabella
ditlonally Republican, voted for Fish Company. When asked his official 'title' at the com- ,
President Johnson In record pany, or what exactly he does there, he droned, "Well, I
numbers.In just plain work!I" ':
virtually every category Athletically''' inclined he was the Golden Gloves ,,,
;t* measured, President Johnson cur Champion of the Southeastern states. "Boxing is good
passed the Democratic victory because it keeps you in condition which is a very Important -
margin of 1960. facet in anyones life." He also keeps in conditionby
Even Senator Goldwster's victories belonging to a great many clubs and organizations,
in South Carolina, Georgia,, such as the Shrine, the Quarterback Club, and many more
Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana worthy groups too numerous to list
are misleading.A The Councilman attended Plant High School, and
close study of the election re graduated from the University of Florida Ho Is presently
turns from those states shows that serving his second term ns a Tampa City Councilman. I
the Arizona Senator ran behind 'Financial difficulties are the biggest problems facing -
Republican Dwight Eisenhower! the city at the present time." stated the Councilman.
1956 pace in the growing urban; "They are due to the growth of the City and the needs of
areas of those states. In 1956 former the new residents. It is difficult to outline any one facet J
.. President Eisenhower drew of a solution. The departments are having 'growing pains'
53 percent of that vote. This year... and we cannot give them the finances they need. I feel,
Senator Goldwater dropped to 47 however, that an activity that will bring people into the
percent.The area such as a stadium, would help. If we had the finances
President's landslide victory 'to construct such a stadium, duo to our location, we couldbe
was accompained: by big, unprecedented in an envious position to attract top football games
Democratic victories here. I'd like to think that both Hillsborough and Pinellas
SECOND DSM FOR RETIRING COMMANDER-President John-
Ion pins a second Distinguished Service Medal on Air Force in the Senate and House of Representatives .- Counties might work together to bring this into reality." .'
Gen. Thomaa S. Power, retiring commander of the StrategicAir in the State Houses, "I think politics Is most interesting stated Mr. Mi
Command, In a White House ceremony in Waahingtoa. and In local contests across the natlon. rabella with a drawl. 'There are a lot of problems in a
dJ'.. The President said General Power has helped make the U.s. city such as Tampa, and they can't be solved in a short
Air Fore a "bulwark of peace" around the globe. The American people have given period of'''time..The city Is like a checker came It is
a mandate for action to a easier for an outsider to see the plays, sometimes, than ,
resident and pollUcal party that the one who is playing We need tho citizens to take a
looks on the future with hope,, more active role in their government."
Palladium Ballroom with Imagination, and the belief: He went on to state, "It is rough at times being,
that we can build in America a a Councilman is very time consuming I would say we
205 WEST CASS STREET great society of free men. spend about five or six hours a day on city business." The,
biggest complaint is that of "Roads and dust. If we eli-
Saturday Night DanceTHE minate our dust and road problem, one fourth of the com-
plaints would be eliminated. I do get some degree of satisfaction
UPSETTERS 9 P. M. to Midnight from the improvements being made the convention -

"THE SKYLINERS" p.m. til 3 a.m. center, the library, all of this .is very essential toa

ADMISSION $1.50 B.Y.O.B. PH. 229.9569ztar! city.Vith a smile as big as the convention center, Mr.
1" ,." ," '" ," ," '" Mirabella conducts council business with case and efficiency.
m- "' : This reporter thought that nothing could ever
hake him until after chat when he
i up our gulped
A SPECIAL GIFT FOR SOMEONE and said, "Oh, my gosh I Tomorrow Is our tenth wedding,

FOR CHRISTMAS anniversary and I almost forgot I I better not do that!I"
Sure hope you didn't forget, Mr. Mirabella I Tampa
Admiral Portable TVs can't afford to lose a good City Councilman.


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l' O all!t he:myths* persisting afterll'tho'R' pub lran party'S'November : i1i'i: : "

debacle, the'most' Berloti threat to'the survival ti
l ofrtthe'Grand Old Party is the myth that 26,000,000 e
Americans Voted for the G61dwater'brand'of,conservatism.

This Is the base, say the tlltr -coneryatitre of the r-

party, on?,which the GOP must build All that must be GEORGE BARTKEluvltcs '
'
done, they say, is attract new "converts", to the cause.
Yon to Enjoy
That's nonsense. A realistic analysis of the electionreturns )
shows that The amazing thing'aoout "the 'balloting .. ,, Open HearthDining
Y (
was that Goldwater drew few
so -not no many-votes.

To'begin with, Goldwater Inherited a party .that only .. Kansas hohrIlIfJ City.\.frfm. fteM...! j'
lour years rigo 'was the'chbice'of"alniost half'of all 'American -, '
\ Ml Coast DI.....
ters. Vice 'President
v 'Richard lNlxpn :drew more 11 latTMS $Z.M-$3
than. 84,000000'vote; s jn '1960. } .lit Abort Our Potts PwtI.sfr
Thus'NIxon 'middle f-theroad':: '' moderate
a -' won .
the.'votes' 'df 8,000,000; more Americans than Goldwatereven ;\ }:":<. "T'' i. ,"", '

though ,the total Vote was about,'the same in both :"'' i JULIO HERNANDEZ
I. j : owl Ms. GAUCHOS
elections.: t ; r : |NI.... ObMtH sunder) 8-1
Goldwater, "was able ,to. do :better than Nixon in only : ; t1t ,.
one area, .t e'SOuth'w' ere he;captured electoral'votes of f:: (KICK;DIAZGen. Manager j
five states-and won'a total vote of about 6,000 000. \I oa UUSYAnONt CALL ,
,Many, but. not 'all, of these: votes,were,raciafly-fnsplred. END OP HOUR-LONG CONFERENCE-Dr.'Martin Luther KingJr.ileavts I
i iI
[ the Washington office of the Federal Bureau of f
In ,addition to these racist :votes- ,from ,both North ,Investigation after an hour's meeting: with Director Edgar Uman1 -)YrenQ6ty I I IJ
and;South Goldwater was' able to,count on party-mfnd- Hoover.. The Negro civil rights leader requested the confer I
'.Republicans; who ,vote .for the GOP" no,:matter, what. once after. ,Hoover said King was the '"most notorious liar
There/could' easily ,be :.20,000,000 of ,these. After all, ,Hoover in the'country" during news conference. ,1

got more than 15,000,000 votes in ;1932, ,when ,there JEWISH ,'.
were :not,nearly so many people,eligible) to ,vote. GROUP SAYS: ,BIAS FADES l' I. '1

[Subtract the racists and the straighMicket Republicans'from By SANFORD' SHINIER Semitism showed that most,Americans t', ,,J +J
Goldwate 26,000,000 votes, and what do ,you Reporter ,of The Miami News ( now view Jews as membersof ...=1AIpAL _
have .left? :Not, many.;: Certainly not >enough ultraconservatives Most Americans now view their a religious group rather thana
: "to rebuild a party. Jewish ,compatriots as individuals race or nationality. Judaism Is RALPH :ACOSTA COMBO

:These are, the facts that Republican governors havein rather than ,members of a "radi recognized as one of the three ,Vocalist
mind as they meet in'Denver today. These,are,the'facts eal" group and anti-Semitism has main faiths of the nation. MARY JANE KLEIN
that former President ,Eisenhower and Nixon ,will remember undergone a "massive decline," a The survey warned that latent
From) P.'M. 'til 2 .
a. m.;
and ,Ingrained prejudice is still
when they meet with Goldwater And these are the survey reported.
facts .to;be considered by .House,Republicans at a strategy I The survey was taken from In evidence and might flare up DINING A DANCING
conference later this month. public opinion polls sponsored by during upheavals or crises in the aelee Star(town O..Open...Tilt Till S A.M.MMnhM
The decision that Republicans must make in their the American Jewish Committee American society. Tsm pa Airport '
conferences is ',of vital significance covering 1937 ,to 1962. It was The wane in such prejudices 'Motel i I '
been ........... .
made public at the opening of the "seem to have greater among Ina No OP.e.r.irr IeL
Republicans> can continue down the path of,disas-
'ter with ,Goldwater and his followers ,and ,reduce ,the Committee's annual national exe- (Continued on page 14) ..
GOPito a minority.party of racists reactionaries., cutive board meeting at the Fon- :=:::4J
tainebleau Hotel.
-The alternative- the one we think most Republican
;.leaders' will ,choose ,is ,to, rebuild the Republican :Party The survey on declining ,antl- ;. _., t

''aa constructive party, one'ready'and,willing to meet the _.------_._ -- ,---- 1 WHILE,ON THE
needs of the :majority ,of Americana. ,

'That\is.the only way political party can survive'in a ,. I }WET IDE, OF .

' democracy, 'for. representing and serving the ,people is RACING. !NOW., 'TOWN-

what:.democracy' Is.all:about.CONTROL ThPl' '1Ian"A.-v.5. .t Stop. 'in at" >the ;i'.; ,..:f.;\
t I Ie "

: : OF,;OBSCENE'MAILPyrJOHN CastawaysLounge
11 Races II.x,
/. A. ,.GRO 'OSKI, a maze ,of administrative procedures '
Postmaster General of the.,V. ,/S. stopgap ,reredi ,.appeals ? Each Night
/The Supreme ,Court of the and delays.On l ,& Package Store -,t'-
!I!/.M.
,
United States has ruled that the ; the other' hand, when court: 18 "t'
Central
{ 4B13 Grand I
test ,for obscenity 'whether to action Is '''undertaken, ,as opposed RAIN OR SHINE 1
the ,average person, applying contemporary to the administrative route, the j. "Y
; .standards, the dominant determination Is''speedy ,and justice :} MATINEES2:00P., 1
,theme of the material takenas Is exacted with a minimum ofdelay I
,a whole appeals to prurient In. and red tape. This Is our ,M.Saturdays r
terest., This, 'we believe, clearly.' policy' and I ''Intend to carry It
m li
I leaves the decision up to a local forward. v and
Jury, Under the present procedure, 4
,The Judgment Is to 'be made when' a possible violation of the HolidaysDAILY I

according,to the likely effect up. mall obscenity laws comes to, the DOUBLE .
on the average ;person, and not attention of the Post Office, a RACES .
as, to any particular segment of postal inspector is assigned to ratON THWAWiO-- Pt- t
I tag to fly from .BpaJn..to U. 5.41' 'NORTH '
Freddy's Latin
the, community, ,and the I determination thoroughly investigate the. ''case.
.outd
,,
MoatevUtoo Uruguay SULPHUR SPRINGS
Is to,be,made by the courts, Should the U. S. Attorney la.: Argest1ne eeePpeaidentJwwD. I ,FJro Follies

not 'the Post Office Department. ter determine that- court action .(Perns)i'faa pteee/l loader Tampa_ Dog Track.. a' -A NIGHT IN
.This Is the framework within Is warranted, a crand'jury, proceeding ,arrest a* he left his plan in ,LASyEGAS"I
which we In this Administrationhave Is undertaken and it an Rio 'd. Janeiro, 'Brazil, and Closed Sunday

with conspicuous success, Indictment is returned the defendant entered authorities1 baek.toAtadrid.Brsysdilan ':,said they -: No "Miner: -

approached the 'statutory obliga: has a right to trial by stopped Peron because he U "
tions of enforcing: laws regarding jury arid appeal if convicted.Our "hifnly uadeBtrable"1 to the :
eagtr.ls. se r
obscenity ln\the'mails. I policy Is to concentrate present Argentine, regime.
We examine every .case. 'We only on: those*cues that appear
:BIG I
then make -an administrative clearly within the,-ecope of the 1
judgment as to ,probability of test as laid down by the Supreme '
a violation,i using' the, Supreme Court..rWe,,are not Jnterested in Downtown' 'SHOW t
Court ruling...as a guideline We ?borderline cues"(Whose contents, VISIT. : THE ,
have no desire, however to administratively though offensive to some, do not NITELY I
judge, the ,fact ,.otobscenity. violate the law. WebBar'Co : ..1
...That, decision .must( lie Informal :noticed In each of our k I
The Brass Rail
'
with the courts if we are to live 40 000 Installations throughout CocktiOl-LouBce

lay ;The, 'rule of law rather ,than ,America, advise the public that CLUB R
t>>y the arbitrary discretion of objectionable mall may be returned Comer of ..
,. -- GIRLS : GIRLS : ..OIRLSEnjoy
men. to the Post Office; or turned
Lafayette
Tampa and
11184 p RANL 'ii : )
'T.
:
It Is the function of the administrator over to a postal Inspector for in-
to direct to the at. vestlgatlon.In '
criminal authorities of enforcingthe 1- __------- --
tention;of,the. our program
those cases where the law may obscenity laws .we ,have the The '
lave 'been violated. When an ad. active cooperation of the Justice ,; Piano, Playing> ,,Of Jhc

mlnUtratoratterapts to.determine Department and numerous stat .Fabul.op.'pE. WEE MOORE t.
what! constitutes obscenity, the and local enforcement: agencies 1,
danger of censorship arises, and The following ;statistics' .show. Nigktly I At ,
too often Justice Is entangled In the results of our program:,

Fiscal Year ..,-... 1059 1960 1981 1962 1963 'THE BONFIRE

.AmaU'' .......-.:..:....!"""" 315. 389 457 '805 '761 .
Convictions -...L.272 S06 .377 503 667 <' >, *n M *?*% ""> ? rCOCKTAIL

.There 'Is no doubt in .our mind obligation to control that traffic, I.QJUTNGE ,d,,
-, that the American public, through and has provided it ;wlthUtlsf1C-: isaia.OlWnL

- the Congress, bu'Imposed upon I tory measures permitting*'I 3 ? , .Phone 877- 496..,..
1 the Post ,Office Department the control-without censorship.; Ii I

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1964 LA GACETA PAGE IS
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III Citizen's Conference On Florida's Judicial System .. .... ..... II .. .....

The judicial system of Florida,.iwildering and disorganized patchwork office. These judges,however hIVe
measured by modern standards,I of courts which do not provide been excellent In spite of the INSIDE
I has serious defects which must be efficient and economical jus- methods of selection, not becauseof
remedied if this state is to keep tice under law in spite of the heroic them.
its position of leadership among I efforts of many of her judges. Most Florida Judges go on the TAMPABy
, V. the other states of the nation. Florida has many dedicated and bench through appointment by
The present court system established competent judges in spite of politically the governor. This one-man political Cherie TropedThe
nearly 80 years ago to influenced selection, inadequate selection plan often subjects.
meet the needs of the burden undesirable
simple pioneer compensation, governors to political
days, has undergone only sporadic and exorbitant expense of political pressures and prevents appoint. Case of the Confused Possum Names" or. /yI,
and piecemeal change. As a elections, and the uncertainty. ment of the best qualified men to Can Pogos have young 'uns?"
consequence Florida has be- of continued tenure in judicial the bench. In addition, salaries of
a City Councilman Lloyd Copeland, usually sticks pret-
I ,,__. ___ .
Florida judges are low, when compared ty close to business when he enters the Council Cham-
with states of comparable bers. At the last meeting, he approached this reporter
size and complexity. The present with a question I don't think has ever been asked in the
multiplicity of retirement benefit old walls of City Hall.It .
for different judges often resultsin seems about a month ago, when we ,interviewed
inequities. Mr. Copeland for our other column, it came up in the interrogation
Recent impeachment proceed that he has a pet possum. Delving deeply Into
Ings against Florida judges have this tld-bit, it was discovered that the possum did not
,. dramatized the needless waste of: have a name, and thinking that it was wholly improperfor
1
hundreds of thousands of dollars a City Councilman to have a nameless possum, I concocted .
and the inefficiency of this method the name "Pogo", after the furry little creature In
FtrryV ,. eb of removing judges from of the comic pages. Mr. Copeland heartily agreed on the
fice. name and the motion was passed unanimously I
; In the areas of court organization As it turned out the quaint question was, and I-
administration, supervision, quote, "Is the name "Pogo" masculine or feminine?" I
C nrf s Florida has fallen far behind definitely stated, it is unequivocally a boy's name. With
other more progressive and en. the look of someone about to devulgo a scoop to set the
lightened states.Summaridni world spinning, the Councilman nodded, grinned and turn-
the present judicial ed red at the same time as he stated, MIf that is the case...
system of Florida must be 'Pogo' is about to become a mother I"
thoroughly revised if its courtsare "Great Scott! I exclaimed! "We must change his ..
t to continue to provide consist. I mean her name before she has any little possums. It
i. ently prompt, economical, fair and could prove confusing and a bit embarrassing to the chil
equal justice under law. dren." The kindly Councilman nodded assent.
Selection and Tenure of Judge Now the next question is, what to rename "Po-
Judges must be taken out of go"? If you have any suggestions, just mail them in to
politics. Political election and one 'the paper, give us a phone call, or bump into us some
man judicial selection must be where. Your ideas will be carefully weighed, mulled over;
abolished. A tested method of securing and decided upon before next weeks column.
the best judges to serve This question is almost as delicate as that of the
to. i .,.. the courts of Florida must be name of the new Convention Center, Curtis Ilixon Hall, or
FIRST NEGRO TO HEAD TAMMANY HALL-J. Raymond Jones, found.
Memorial building.
(left), first Negro to head New York's Tammany Hall, discusses .
Whenever a judicial vacancy occurs .e.
1V some bills he wants to help the city of New York
\' with Rep. Adam Clayton Powell Jr., D-N.Y., chairman of a slate of highly qualified Speculation has arisen as to whether or not, Vincent
the House Education and Labor Committee in Washington. nominees for that office should be
bj tr Nuccio, the Mayor's son, will be appointed State Road
__ selected by an independent nominating
Board Member from this district.In .
commission. The governor an article, recently published in another paper, the
I East Bay Auto Sales 1 should candidates appoint one to of fill these the vacant nominated question of Mr. Nuccio's experience and capability for.
r- such a position was raised.
: GOOD SELECTION OF. CLEAN USED CARS :_ office.should The be nonpartisan composed of commission lay,d. To put my thoughts in the kettle, with everyone ekes,
I can think of no one more qualified for this job than a
Chev. 'Impala 4-Dr. Hardtop tizens and lawyers. man as fine as Vincent Nuccio. Like his father and the
There should be a review of:
Governor-elect, he possesses an innate talent for reach
Power steering, Radio & Heater. $1490 the appointed judge by the voters ing the people. He has and abundance of reserved friendlI-
(Continued on page 14) humility and compassion. Like the present Road
ness, ,
60 Ford y2 Ton Pickup Board Member from this area, Mr. Nuccio is a capable and
The Are
1 6 cylinder, Standard Shift. . $790 Where Boys well-known attorney. Add a consciencloua demeanor, and
pr-- an unimpeachable sense of honesty and integrity, and you
'64 CLevie Nova "300' 5 have Vincent Nuccio.
What more could one want from a Road Board mem-

4 Dr. Sedan, R & H Automatic. $1790 ber a. ,

'61 Volkswagen Sun Roof Some rather shocking figures came to the attention
of this column, regarding the amount of dust fallout on
Heater . . . . . $890 highly taxed Davis Island. It amounts to 30 tons to the

square mile per month. In a residential area, such aa Da-
'61 Falcon 2 Dr. Station WagonR vis Islands, this amount should not exceed 10 ton per

& H Standard Shift $825 mile per month. This fallout la made up of a multitude of
. .
things Boot from industrial areas, sand phosphate, cement -

'59 Ford Fairlane 500" $495 Milorganlte. and sand-blasting at the shipyards.
. .
From this lengthy list .. one just might think that the
residents of Davis Islands have trouble breathing. Not
63 Chev. Biscayne Airman Dennis. Dlas (cough) at all. (cough-cough)

4 Dr. Sedan, 6 cyl. S.S. & H. . $1475 SAN ANTONIO, Tex.-Airman But, on a more serious note the dust Is not deter-
'Dennis Diaz son of Mr. and Mrs. mental to health. Gordon Nifong of the County Health.
'62 Corvair Monza Faustlno Diaz of 3101 Leroy St, Department avered the above statement. He also stated.
Tampa FUu has completed Air "The dust content is as high or higher In other areas of
4 Dr. Sedan Automatic R. & H. $1290 I Force basic military training at town such as Hookers Point and Port Tampa. It Is just a.
Lackland AFB, Tex. nuisence I"That
PARTIAL LISTING Airman Diaz is being Assigned It is, Mr. Nlfong. that it Isl!
.
a.
to a Strategic Air Command
EASY FINANCING (SAC) unit at Bunker HID AFB, City Councilman A. T. Rollins celebrated his seventy-
lad., for training and duty u a second birthday Jut week. Although he has snowy white
vehicle maintenance specialist.1 hair, he still retains the fire and pep of men half his age.
COR. ADAMO DR. and 50TH ST PH. 248-1590 : He ,Is a graduate of Jefferson For example at the hut Council meeting Mr. Rollins

-- -- .-- -'I High School. compared the county legislators to A mule, and told this
story. "A.man bought a mule, and later found out that the
oeaooo rs mule bumped into trees. "I thought you told me this mule
(Give a Musical Instrument wasn't bUnd' the new owner growled to the old one. "He

ATTENTIONProperty |For Christmas ain't blind", replied the former mule's muter, "He just
GUITAR. ACCORDION don't give a damn J"! .
Owners I a" OMAN LESSONS Happy Birthday Mr. Rollins! Keep up the good workon
'!f
the City Council ,
I MUSICAL . .;jft; .
I SELL ALL .
Low Cost-Low Interest Rates INSTRUMENTS AND Word to the wise '/,' ,.4{

First come Santa > r
HOME LOANSS PIANOS Ho! Ho! Ho! *&
I
OPEN SUNDAY Then come the bills t AW{ .
BUY BUILD REFINANCE : 1 P. M. 1 P. H. Owe I OwoJ Ow.r T: I

ACT NOr SEE US TODAY : Weekdays tai 9 P. M. :: Suspension* Are In Order .

( I _
Angelo Gukki FFMB The relic CMMrtjrCllmaiJag 8eeaeerat I murder of three dril rigtsrs ....
:. Liberty Federal Saviifs : uoatfes: of Mvalisa. at Philadelphia. &, hat
Music Center lice, UM FBI has rounded up 11 Summer.
AMR IIeM AINE'Atpowz
1 A I men (in aHsstolypI. aid 'eaaffcd Among titan are the sheriff ads

i .0.:11_: -: ": .J MM The W..e)Milslaseu'1tTi.>4M. ; toot with hating had aoaaeffcteg deputy sheriff of H..obs.c...-,
to do with ta. kI4aatag sad (Continued oo pe 14)I
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li Citizen's Conference On Florida's Judicial System LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE:

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NOTICE' OF FORECLOSURE: SALK
(Continued from page 13) proceedings should, be confidentlal load and efficiently use available ORDINANCE NO. 8688-A BY CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT

after a short probationary term of In. order to protect all parties judicial manpower. AN CERTAIN ORDINANCE PARCELS OF DEDICATING/ LAND FOR Judicial IB the Circuit Clr Blt Court la sad ef the fer Thirteenth UIUber

service and, thereafter: at the "conc med. 'The' commission Florida's state-wide judicial SANITARY DESCRIBED 8EWER IN PURPOSES SECTION AS 1 each County: No.Florida.14M16-C IB Chaaeery.:

end ,of each term of'that judicial should make any necessary recommendations structure must be thoroughly HICREor. "i ,
ORDAINED BT THE CITY
BE IT RIDGEWOOD SAVINGS BANK
office., The judge"ehould be''re- to the Supreme overhauled to provide for, a COUNCIL OF TUB CITY OF domestic banking corporation a

quired only to run*>gainst h1a ec- Court of Florida.: 'for appropriate simple and unified court system TAMPA Section, FLORIDA 1. That the: hereinafter described va.LAURIB. Plal..i1f,

ord in office on action-competitive action.' with responsible and economical parcel of land. be, and the W. SMITH, and: If married
same are hereby dedicated for sanitary SMITH, his wife. an ballot 'where the-only question This commission plan which has administration at each level. sewer purpose*, to wits DOLORES MAID SMITH, formerly
PARCEL NO. 1. Commence at the the wife of Laurie W. Smith and
before the votef't whether the also been approved in principleby An adequate and comprehensive northeast corner of the southwest If married, --. her

judge's record Justifies his continued the Florida Bar, Is approvedin plan for simplified organiza- South<4 of, Rang Section IS 16:Mast Township, thence go 29 husband Defendants.

retention. tion with effective management westerly along the aorta line of
.. principle by this Conference. aid southwest quarter a distance Notice Is hereby given that the un

This nonpartisan commission It should be in addition to and should be formulated after careful of 66.17 feet, thence paralleling dersigned, JAMES F. TAYLOR JR.
the east tine of said southwest Kgo Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hilisbor? ,
plan ,which has also. ,been approved not in lieu of, the, present impeachment and responsible study by a south 170 feet to a point ofbeginning ougb County Florida, will, on the ,
citizen's'' committee thence go west 60.0 21st day of December.. 1964.
representative at 11:00
in principle by The Florida procedures.The : feet, thence south 60.0 feet, thence A.M., at the front door of the Hillsborough -
Bar is in assisted by bench and bar to nut 60.0 feet thence north 600 County Courthouse, In the
approved principleby
: Conference ,approves the feet to the point of beginning, City of Tampa, Florida offer for sale
this Conference. In addition; present method of mandatory retirement the end that prompt and economical Hlllsborough County, Florida. and sell at publlo outcry to the hirh- t
under law can be PARCEL NO. S. A fifteen foot eat and best bidder for cash the tol-
Judicial compensation should be of ,judges at a specifiedage justice wide strip of land bounded byline lowing described property situated in
found in every court of Florida. parallel to and equidistantfrom Hlllsboorugh County Florida, to-wlti
realistically established after and temporary assignment of a line described a* follow: Th East 750 feet of the Wast
thorough study in order to attract (The foregoing Summary Statement Commence at tbe northeast cornerof 195.0 feet of Lot 5 In Block 2 of
retired judges ,who
are physicallyand the southwest K of Section 16Townshlp W. B. HAMNER'S FOREST
the most capable men to the ,mentally able to properly was adopted unanimously by 29 South, Range 18 Elamand ACRES. LESS the South 80.0 feet
the Citizen's Conference on Flor. run westerly along the north thereof, according to the plat /.
bench with reasonable assurance perform judicial duties. line of said southwest tt a. distance thereof recorded In Plat Book 25
of ida's Judicial ,System December 5, of 68867 feet thence go I page 44 of the Publlo Records of>t
a continuing judicial career This Conference urges the south 60 feet to a point Of beginning Hlllsborough County, Florida

based ,on performance. adoption of a uniform system of 1964, Jacksonville, Fla.) line of on Spruce the south Street, :thence pars pursuant entered to the In final a. case decree pending of foreclosure in

Florida has no reliable methodof retirement benefits for judges. SUSPENSIONS.... leling the east line' of said seuth- said Court the style of which is
: west 1.4 run 408.75 feet, thenceturn Savings Bank, a domestic
removing or retiring judges These benefits should be sufficient (Continued from page 19 an angle to the right of bang corporation, Plaintiff, versus
12*IS' and run 4SS.8 feet, thence Laurie W. Smith, and If
who are unfit. because of misconduct to allow ,the retired judgeto ty. The two law officers were turn an angle to the left of 18*18' Smith, hi* wife, and married Dolor

:or infirmity, whether physical live with dignity. away from their jobs less ,than and the run north 865.2 right to a of terminal way line pointon ef Mae Laurie Smith W. Smith formerly, aDd the If wife married.of

or;'mental., A fair and econo- 24 hours-just 'long enough ,to be Laurel Street Florlaa.\ Hlllsborough -- -y her husband. De
Court Organization and ; County, fendants and docket number 143816-C.
mical plan to discipline or re- arrested.., arraigned, booked and Section 2. This ordinance shall be WITNESS my hand and the official
AdministratlonEffective published and posted "' bylaw seal of said Court this 2nd
day of
move such judges is needed in bonded out. within five day after; It shall December 1964.

Florida today] and economical operation nder the English and American become a law, and shall take effect JAMES 1' TAYLOR JR..
successful Immediately Its publication.PASSED .
r of any businessor upon (Seal) Clerk
There should be accused person AND ORDAINED BY Hlllsborough County Florida
an Independent la\v systems,, any
enterprise'today depends upon THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY By HENRY GARCIA
commission, composed of lay citizens must be considered innocent un- OF TAMPA, FLORIDA ON TUB Deputy Clerk
and effective -
intelligent organization DECEMBER
lit DAY OF 1964.
GREGORY, COUR8 A PANIELLO
judges and lawyers, supervision. Unificationand til proven guilty. The 21 men arrested W. D. WEST 404 Jackson: Street

the sheriff and Chairman of the City Council Tampa Florida
charged with investigating complaints administration are equally Including ATTEST: 12/1V64-.1T

against judges of any state essential In the operation of an his deputy, are entitled to the W. L. STARK _

court. Every citizen should have efficient judicial system. Sound same consideration. City Approved Clerk ty me this 8th day of BY NOTICE CLERK OF FORECLOSURE OF CIRCUIT: COURT SALE

Nevertheless it also is an accepted December, 1964.
the right to complain about any ,
business policies dictate adoptionof NICK NUCCIO
I Notice I I. hereby given that the undersigned -
(Judicial: behavior to the commls a more flexible court system part of the American sys- Mayor : JAMES: F. TAYLOR, JR,
public official Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hllls
sion.All ,which would be less costly and tem that any borough County, Florida, will on De-
complaints and commission charged with a serious crime must AN ORDINANCE: NO. SftSS-A cember 22. 1964, at 11:00: A.M., at the
ORDINANCE THAT
more beneficial not only to the NAMING front door of the Court House of
involved in contested ,be lusperufed'until his guilt or CERTAIN UNNAMED DIAGONAL Hlllsborough County In the City of
parties cases STREET EXTENDING FROM
Tampa, Florida offer for sale and
JEWISH GROUP SA Y8.... but to the general public. innocence Is determined. If 'he is HOWARD AVENUE AT DEWEY sell at public outcry to the highest
STREET BOULE-
TO TAMPA BAY
official and best bidder for cash, the following
Innocent, of course, the
VARD AT ARMENIA AVENUE,
Florida has fifteen different described property, situate In
(Continued from WITHIN THE CITY OF TAMPA
page 12) ,
is reinstated with full back pay. Hlllsborough County Florida, to-wlt:
women younger people city kinds of trial courts today, more FLORIDA SO THAT IT WILLIIEREArStER Lot 8 In Block 7 of TOWN N
,
The FBI has said that Governor BE KNOWN AS
COUNTRY UNIT
PARK NO.2.
than other state in the CIMINO AVENUE IN MEMORY OF
dwellers Easterners Catholics any nation -
according to thereof
,
or plat
Johnson of Mississippi co PETER s. CIMINo, 8R la"I
and of income except the state of New BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY as .recorded Book 85, on
persons ,high than operated fully in the federalagency's page 94, of the Publlo Records of
COUNCIL OF TIlE CITY OF
among their opposite numbers," York. This multiplicity of trial TAMPA, FLORIDA Hlllsborough County, Florida;
investigation of the heinous : Together with One-General Electric -
courts with overlapping jurisdiction Section 1. That that certain unnamed -
the said.It
report : triple slaying. The governornow diagonal street extending fromJlowal'd Refrigerator BA11.
pursuant to tbe Final Decree of Foreclosure
is inefficient and In
Is estimated that the costly. law. Avenue at Dewey Street to entered In inlaid
United should remove the two Tampa Boulevard at ArmeniaAvenue a case pending
(addition the number of these Bay Court, the style of which is:
i t States now has 5% million Jews. men from office. No sheriff or within the City of Tampa, J. B. OLEA8ON JR. as Administratorof
courts varies from to Florida, be, and the same Is hereby Affairs
county county Veterans' Officer of
an
The, survey wa$' conducted by deputy can serve effectively when named In Memory of Peter S. Clmlno.8r. the United State of America whose

I Charles II. Stembcr,, professor, of constituting a continu- his integrity. is' under official named., and and the same designated shall hereafter as Cimino be principal office and post office address
Is Veterans Administration
tnt source of 'confusion to all ,
: Sociology at (Rutgers University. doubt. Avenue Washington 25, D C, and his successors -
Section 2. That'a certified copy of
including members of bench and la such office, '
'Or. John Slawson executive this ordinance be mailed by the City Plaintiff
bar LEGAL NOTICE Clerk of the City ,of, Tampa to tbe v.. ,
t vice president of the American Post Office Department of the United ELMER D. CALKINS'' and KAY A.
While Florida temporarily can mates of America at the Federal CALKINS, his wife,
Jewish Committee and FORECLOSURE: "A r.E
also a NOTICE OF Building In the City of Tampa, Florida -
prominent social scientist, 'said be proud that average time lag in BY CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT directed to the attention of tb.'Poltmut.el' and the docket Defendants.number of which IsNumber
I Jose A. Ooniale .
that the study the disposition of cases brought'to Notice I* hereby given that the undersigned Section 8. This ordinance shall be 142963-C.
on WITNESS hand and the
papers JAMES F. TAYLOR JR., published\ :and posted, as provided bylaw my cllIbltl'j1
court is seal of said I Court this 8th
relatively short today day
would be published In 1065 as Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hllisbor. within five day after It shall .
work loads of Individual judgesare ouch County, Florida will on December become a law. and shall take effect : ,
Seal 8 F. TAYLOR JR.
"Jews in the Mind of America." 22, 1964, at 11:00: A.M. at the Immediately upon Its publication. ( ,
of the
seriously Imbalanced. front door of the Court House of PASSED AND ORDAINED BY Clerk Circuit CourtBy
In contrast to the late thirties Hlllsborough tlr"lo. tya:1 THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY : G. R't Stoner:k.
and Some judges are overworked. Tampa, Florida, Bale OF'' TAMPA, FLORIDA ON THE WILLIAM J. SWITPALKI
early forties when anti-Semi : Other judges have virtually sell at'publto outcry to the highestlog 1st DAY OF DECEMBER, 1964. for Plaintiff
no judicial Attorney
situate In
tlsm was at its peak, Dr. Stember described property. W. D. WEST 606 Madison Street
to-wit
business. There is no present HtUaborough County, Florida, : Chairman of the City Council Tampa, Florida
,
finds that the, negative sterotypes Lot 1$. Block 1 CLAIR MEL ATTESTW. : 1211541TNOTICE
I method of effectively assign CITY UNIT No 6. a*lj map orplal L. STARK
about Jews have "very nearly dis, idle thereof recorded Book City Clerk OF FORECLOSURE:
ing judges to congested Public Record BALE
5 on Page 6 of the Approved t y me, this 8th day, of IIY CLERK: 'OF' CIRCUIT COURT
Florida
appeared. courts so as to equalize the work- of Hlllsborough County Decree, of For., December, 1964. '
to the Final
purauant NICK. NUCCIOtlayol' Notice ls hereby given that the undersigned
In
.
closure entered In a case pending
the of which Is: JAMES F. .,
aid Court style UlliebOl',
Administrator Clerk of the Circuit Court of
J. 8. OLKA8ON. JR. a*
Officerof ough County, Florida, will on December
I of Veteran Affair, an
States of America ORDINANCE, NO. M&4-A 29. 1M4. at 11.00: A.M at the
the United TO front door of the Court house
whose principal office and post AN ORDINANCE RELATING of
REGULATIONS Hlllsborough County In the of
"n* A BUILDING ; City
tetratlon.office address hington 25. D. C.,ape AMENDING THE CITY OF TAMPA Tampa Florida, offer for sale and
In such office, CODE BY-ADDING THERETO SUBSECTIONS sell at public outcry to the' highest
his successors 10-1 iff) AND (99) and best bidder for cash the follow-
.. Plaintiff AMENDING TUB NATIONALBUILDING and best bidder for cash. the following .
5 :ti e s, y ; as c JEANNE 15 T. FRET, unmarried. CODE HERETOFORE described property situate In
Defendants. ADOPTED AS TUB! BUILDING Hlllsborough Countl' Florida, to-wit:
and the docket number of. which laNum1)fo1' CODE or THE CITY OF TAMPA.TO Lot 68 In of PROGRESSVILLAGE
142913C. PERMIT TIlE USE! OF STAND- UNIT 1. according to
bud and the officialseal PIPES IN PLACE OF SPRINKLER map or plat thereof, a* recordedIn
WITNESS!:
my PARKING Plat Book 36. on 8]. of
of said Court, this Srd day of SYSTEMS IN OPEN AIR page
GARAGES.BE the Public Records of" HllUborougb -,
December
1S r. TATLOR ? IT ORDAINED BY TUB CITY County Florida
,(Sean Clerk of the Circuit courtBy COUNCIL OF TUB! CITY OF Together with: Range and oven.
PAUL 8PANOLKR TAMPA; FLORIDA: pursuant to the Final Deere of Foreclosure .
'Deputy Clerk Section 1. The City of Tampa Cod entered In a case pending In
1'A \ WILLIAM J. HWlTAXJnUAttorney Is amended by adding thereto a subsection said Court the style of which Is:
tiA for Plaintiff (ee) a* follows FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE
t08 Madison Street Section 809.1 of the National Building ASSOCIATION a corporation or
S L'J Tampa. Florida1211641T Code I* amended to read a* I: f..r-u an Act of :Federal*
follows1 and a to the
Building shairbe equipped ''with. National 'Mortgage Association
standpipes as foUowvn Charter Act. having It. principal
i .':' (a) Building exceeding one story office In tbe City of Washington
SHOrING and 60 feet but not more than District of Columbia
75 feet la height shall have Plaintiff
7. WEDS lUT standpipes not less than 4 ...
r Inch,. in diameter.b ABRAHAM JENKINS and EMMA D.
( ) Building exceeding one story JENKINS, his wife,
and 7ft feet In shall Defendant
> have standplpe not less than aDd th. docket number of which I*
vtN laches I.',dlaaaeter Number 1UC06-C. ,
: (c) On stage arranged or Intendedfor WITNESS 1II.o.tDCtt and the officials
v theatrical operatlo or l of said Sib day ofJAMEB'T.
similar pertermano.J 164 -
Inch standpip' oa each ald.8f1etl TAYLOR $R..
of th* stags (Seal) Clerk of the Circuit Ceurt
n 2. Th* City of 'hnt..Coc1. By PAUL 8FANOLXR
I* amended by adding thereto a s.bectlea D uty Clerk i
(gg) a* follow: GIBBONS, TUCKER MeEWEN.
CIIISTIIAS"( SEAlS"'" 11... Seetlon 10.1 ef the National Build- SMITH *COFKR

lag Code requiring a.rt.ktereyeteme.. Attorney* tor Plaintiff
; .IIrSP iPII AT"Y DlSWESIli I* amended by'deleting therefrom sub.sorties 606.JCadieea StreetTampayJFlortda

r (b),' to wit .'
yE (b) open air parking garage over 11x11/64-ITStTBSCXBB
C5 feet I*, height and --..4.s.eJ .
15.000 square feat In area.
:: 8. This *r lnaao* shall b*
I posted Mtked a* required by =
gO law and shall take effect Immediately.
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1'
upon bwoaatBOT a law. -
PASSED and ORDAINED ty the
c.- City .Council of the City, of Tampa 4

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Porcentaje Partidos ItalianosEn De Los i SR. MANUEL DEFUNCIONES ZAYAS, de 42 a- Rico y Uevaba 50 i afios,de reslden- AS WE HEARD IT I h.,

.
fibs de edad vecino del Hull'sTrailer cia en Tampa. La: s&breviven cua-i ::' '
Las Ultima I (Continued from pai 1)
Park en St. Petersburg, tro hljos Charles Jr.. Henry, John > a
' Elecciones 'allecid el viernes puado en esa e Ismael Rivera;'cuatro hijas Sr... i infraction of the bonding laws. This suspension period t is -
oyer, but, the City And County have refused to his
place
ciudad y su entIerro se efectuo Calvin Loper J. L. Council Viriginia ,
ROMA Italia Die. 3. En Usredentes el lunes en Tampa, partlendo el Licata y Sam Garbis, Cats en name back on the boards at both the County Jail t and the

\ elecclones 'provinciatesveriflcadas cortejo t1nebre'do la Capllla Jar- Jacksonville; 13 nletos :y 11 bisnletos. Police Station, which advertises the names of all the bail ;

aqul, los Dem6cratasCristianos din de Duval Funeral Home, alas Cargaron el sarc6fago los bondsmen for the convenience of those persons arrested ; ,
.
recibieron: el 37.4 por, 4:00 de la tarde el Frank timid Rivera who might seek bail ;
I para cementerio Sres. Dlax, Jr., .
ciento del emitidos .e.
total de
votos Woodlawn.\ NaclA en Florida Jr., Larry Council Johnny
y los Comunlstas el 26.0 por clen- y durant la Segunda Guerra Rivera, Charlie Rivera Eugene And talking about ball bondsmen The Tampa Ball ;,

to.Los Mundla pertenecl6 al servlcio de Rivera y Phillip Licata.SRA. Bondsmen Association will 'revive an old custom this ; r
Socialist de Pielro Ninth Guardacostas., Deja' a su esposa year. The "bail" boys will be hosts at a Christmas Party

obtuvleron 11.3 por. ciento. Sra Frances ;Zayas; un hijo., Fernando CONNIE CARLISI, de 42 to be, held, Wednesday December 23rd at the Palladium.
A los Liberates lea afios de edad veclna del 510 N. The expected lively will "
correspon-- Zayas; ,tres bliss, Denise, party begin at 5 P. M. and
did el 7.9 por ciento y a los 'Social Brenda y Diana Zayas;; un henna- MacDill falleci6 el lunes en un end sometime around 9 P. M. There will be food drinks

Democratas, 66NeoFascistas no Mario Zayas; una hermana, hospital de esta ciudad y au en- music and entertainment. Some 1500 people are expected }

: 50 '""por ciento; Sra.:, Consuelo Sosa en Miami y tierro se efeciu6 el Juevei laIlendo to attend this includes cops and robbers.,

Socialistas Unidad Proletaria, varies sobrinos y sobrinas. Carga- el cortejo funebre de la This formerly annual affair was suspended four years

26; Republicans, 1.2; Monirqulcos ron el feretro los.,Sres. Dayman Capilla de Lord y Fernandez, alas ago. According to the bondsmen it was getting out of

0.9, y otros, 0.8. por ciento. Sadler, Rolando MAs, Fernando 4:00: de la tarde para el ce- rand .. this is another way of saying that it was cost

'La votacI6n de los Dem6cratasCristianos Zayas, Mario Zayas Salvador Za menterio Centro Esoafiol Memo- ing them too much.'S. .

dismicuy6 comparada yas Angel 'Zayas. La familla re- rial. Un rosario se rez6 el mler-

con la de 1963 38.2, y la 'de los cibi6 el p same de sus amistades coles, a las 600: de la noche en Is it true that the Tampa Tribune Company is try

Comunistas aument6 deice 256. en la funeraria.SR. la funeraria, oficiando el Padre ing to buy Radio Station VVSUN (620 on the dial) 7

El partido de Pietro Nennl baj6 Coughlin, de U iglesia Nueitra Last 'week the St. Petersburg City Council voted 6

de 142 en 1963 'a 11.3.. JOE A. GARCIA de 63 a- Sefiora del erpetuo Socorro. Le to 1 to sell both the radio and TV station '(WSUN-TV).

'Los liberates aumentaron de ".0 fibs de edad, vecino del 2323 W. sobreviven su esposo Peter Car. ,These valuable properties are owned by the City of St.

( en 1963 a 7.9.Mangiapane. Braddock falleci6 el viernes pa lisi; un hijo, Peter Carlisi III; una I Petersburg. Rumors have it that Jack Harvey the Atlan-

sado en un hospital local y su en- hija, Srta. Linda Carlisi; dos her. (Continued on page 16)

Peleara tierro se verified el iunes salien- manos Michael y Alfonso LaRoc- LA CAMPAftA
PARA
do el funebre de la Capllla .. EXTERMINAR EL
cortejo ca; tres hermanas, Sr. Rosa Perez

Con Bobby BartelsNEW h de Lord y Fernandez a las Carmen Moyer y Evangellna MOSQUITO "AEDES EGYPTI"El

Die. 10. Mafia 2:00: de la tarde, para el cementerio Spoto; su padre Gaetano La Roc-
YORK -
de Salubrldad
Centro Espafiol Memorial.. Un % Departamento bre amarilla en los Estados Unl-
na el Madison Square Garden pre- ca. de Florida slgue realizando con dos, Puerto Rico y las Islas Virgenes. -
rosario se rez6 en la Capllla, el Cargaron el sarcdfago los Sres. ,
sentara un programa especial con todo: vigor su campafia para exter- .
domingo a las 8:00: de la noche. Victor Tern Sam Bullara, John
Naci6 en Cuba y vino a esta ciu Demml J. .D. Demml, Dennlo .':.
peones de sus respectIvas catego- que disemina cl dengue y la fie- to el silo 1&47 durante la prlmera
dad cobrevi-
hace tres afios. Le Dowdy y Del Llaneza. 1
rias.( '
reunl6n del
Consejo Directive de ;
ven su esposa, Sra. Frances Garcia -
Lenny :Mongiane peleara con en N. Orleans; condo bljas SRA AMPARO FERNANDEZ PERECIERON la Organizacl6n de Salud Paname- 1

Bobby Martels a 10 asaltos, peso Srtas. Mary Louise. Jo Ann y Ja- DE LEON de 67 dos, veclna del riuna.'I'I
13 PERSONAS EN
welter neoyorquinos los dos. nice Garcia y Sras. Floria Dell 3501 Rogers, fallec6! el domingo Quince naciones y dos territories !

Frankle Narvaez, de esta elua Briussard y Jacqueline Borestede pasado en un hospital local y au ACCIDENTESEn lo han extermlnado,

dad peso ligero tendrA de eontrarlo Codas en N. Orleans; cinco hem entierro se verified el mie'rcoles, En Florida, los ompleados de la

a Freddie Martinovich de nos, Bennie Manuel Frank Al- partiendo el cortejo funebre de el fin de la lemana pasada Florida State Board of Health es-

Newark, N. J.; Bobby Cassidy, de fred y Armando Garcia, todos en I la Capllla de Lord y Fernandez lei n la Patrulla de Carreteras tAn sollcltando permlso de los

Levittown, N. York, peso mediano Tnmpa; tres hermanas, Sras. Ma- :. a las 4:00: de la tarde para el ce- del Estado perecieron 13 pcnonas duefios de caias para inipecclo-

contra Gil Diaz de Puerto Ri- ruca Rlos, Adela Pereira y Jose- menterio Centro Asturiano Memo en accldentes automovtlUtas.Hollls nar los lugares donde se pueda

co. fina Betancourt en Tampa. Car- : rial Park. ODeja una hija, Sra. Raquel Jackson de 26 afioi, y su crier el mosquito. Si encuentran

ARRESTADOS.... garon el sarcifago los Sres. Bennie I de la Vita; un entenado, Antonio eiposa Iva de Crane Hill, Ala. larvae en el agua estancada la ro-

(Vlene de la prlmera) Garcia, Manuel Garcia, Frank FernAndez; un hermano bama, cerca de Margate cuandosu claran con D.DT al 2H por den.

de Meridian M. Garcia Alfredo Garcia, Luis 'Garcia Francisco Couto en Cuba; una eoche cayd en un canal. to. Tales fugues serin vigils
nero, ; Jerry y Armando Garcia.SR. hermana Sra. Maria Antonia Dlaz, Edward E. Anton, de 62 silos, dos durante un periodo de tree
21 administrador de I
Sharpe' afios en Cuba y cuatro nletos. Un rosario de Birmingham, Alabama .en un aftos antes de' declararlos tons II-
omp Ma'"midere'ra. Fila
una de
I ANTONIO ANGEL DIAZ se rezd el martes en la fune lugar a 15 mlllas de Lakeland. bre del Aedes Aegyptl que se
delfia Lee Towsend 17 '
afios ;empleado Jimmy de una estaeldn, (Paplto), de 73 afios, vecino del rarla, a las 8:00 de la noche. Car Eugene Hall, 34 shoe de Ze. I errs en,gua estancada latas, Hantas .

de Filadelfia. 3003 calle Green dej6 de existlr garon el sarcofago los Srei. Manuel phyrhllls, en el choque de su automdvll floreros o en "bafladeras" de
gasollnera,
Acusados de haber participado el sfibado en un hospital local ysu de 'la Villa Antonio Fernin con un caml6n. jardin para los pajaritos.So .

la conspiracion de entlerro se efectu6 el lines, dez, Antonio de la Vifia Luis de Charles Overton de 72 afios, le 'ruega al publlco que se
en pero no ser
miembros del de lyncba. partlendo el cortejo funebre de la Villa Leonel Arce y George de Ludlngton Michigan en un deshaga de todo lo que pueda ler-

cores grupo la Caoilla Riverside de Armando Lind. "hnl'IIIA_...,__ A__A _ojffit/tnt___..._AvttAoi..n_ s _4 _.111.._u.._. vip., tad uy endo, Io ...'.".6..1.",upu...._, pan
: 'P. Boza (3809 N. Armenia), alai de Venice. crlar el ptligroio .
Lawrence A. Rainey fui SR. PAULINO ACOSTA de 74 mosquito.La
,
que 4:00: de la tarde, para el cementerio -
Myrtle Bohannon de 43 afios, campafia esta desenvol-
so
electo Sheriff con un programa 'afios, vecino del 1828 avenlda 24,
Myrtle Hill NacI6 en Gljdn
y Nods Ruth Bohannon. de 6 afios, vlendo ahora on loa condadosIllllsborough
anti el afio O. N. falleci6 el martei hospital
-negro pasado; Espafta y se march6 de Tampa para en un
cuando un automdvil las atrope- Pinellai
Manatee
Burkes, de 71 afios policia de Fi- Boston Massachusetts, donde de esta ciudad y su entierrose ,
116 camlnando el las junto a la ca- Monroe, Dade, Broward y Palm
ladelfia; Rev. Edgar A. Killen, vivi6 los ultimo- 20 altos tra- verified el miercoles, partlendo
y
meters, en Bradenton. Beach bajo la direccion l del
de 39 afios mlnistro Bautista fun bajaba en una fibrica: de zapatos. el cortejo funebre de la Capilla Sr.
James Edward Jenkins, de 28 Juan Mulreman director do en
damentallsta, que tambien ,operaun Race una semana regresA enfermo Riverside de Armando P. Boza
taller de aserrar madera; O- a Tampa. Deja Una hermana, Era ((3809' N. Armenia), a las 4:00 de silos, de Birmingham Alabama tomologta dad de Florida.CASTELOu.do la. Junta do Salubri-

len L. Burrage 34 afioi, duefio Concha Lopez; dos sobrinas Sras. la tarde para el cementerfo Co- a 2 mllUs da nilsvfllo.

de una lines de pequefios camlo- I Paqulta Lopez y ,Paqulta EJ .. Ion, Nacl6 en Guanajay Cuba, y Robert Dale Roof, Jr.. 23 afioi, .

nee y dueflo de la finca donde fun Late, eats en N. Orleans, y tres llevaba 70 afios de reildencia enTlmp de ,Dunnellon en la carretera, del
Visas do la
ron enteri ado. los cadiveres; Her sobrinos. Cargaron el sarcofago Le sobreviven su esposa,' estado No. 45, cerci de su casa. ( primers)
Tucker de 36 afios Sra. Fidelia Acosta hija Sra I Ruth Ema Hubbard'do 41 afios, Estl a 1 o j ado oa un hotelde
man un con. los Sres. Juan A. Lopez, John A. ; una ,
,
: de Bowling GreeD al caerso do latrasera Sevilla y el 'goblerno de Franco
tratista que construyd la poceta Lopez Willie Diaz Bill Diaz, Ar Cella, Acosta; dos entenados Raymood .
decldiri si
lo
I do un cam6n.! permits roddlr
donde se encontraron los cadive- mando Diaz Herminio Diaz. La y Palmiro Longo; dos her-
res; Bernard L. Akin .50 altos familla reclbtA y en la Capllla el manor, Francisco" (Paquito) y Andres Hugh Bruce, do 22 silos, en una de modo permanento en Eipafla.Creese .

un vendedor, de Meridian; James pisame de iris amistades.NfBe Acosta, este en Miami; cua eolisl6n de trey autom6vHes en quo Per D tompr.ader'delpu'
del nuovo
Thomas Harris, 30 afios; c m1one- I tro hermanas Sras. Lucrecia Reyes West Palm Beach. contratlempo

ro, de Meridian; Frank J. Herndon DONALD H. BUA, Jr., de en Tampa, y Zolla Duke' M.. En Tampa, Lula Davis Parham.Le quo no lo sari poslblo volvor a

46 afios, que opera ,un 'restaurant 10 meses de ,edad hijo de los es rla y !t mona SAnchez, en, Cuba, Argentina y cumpllr lo quo lo ha

tlpo '"drve-Inn"} en Meridian posos Donald H. 'Bda, ST.. del y dot nletos. Rog6 la famllfa que Pcgo A, 'UnPrctunto Las venido en prometiendo lot dltlcios a lot peronis-'

; Oliver Rkhard Warner Jr., 8503 Temple Park Drives TempleTertice no .e mandasen flores. mesoi.
de 54 afios, duefio de una bodega failed el viernes pasado Atracador N. fc -:Forda, ox dJetader.. Cat*

en Meridian.Acusados en Orlando y su entierro se .verified TIENI1VleDe, de la paglna 2) Un agll telo''Braaco, .,....... per'loo
de la
el 'fa bajo ladireccion ) empleado comps.tile .. ... .. la .....n... ,Truer
,
de rehusar dar Infor- lunes Tampa era Telephone, Suburban Gas Propane lo' in-
maei6n sobre el rimen: BernardL. de Duval Funeral Home, Basandosc en e1 cilculo final forma a Ii polies. que_ a bajd .)tiraao do Kapaia y aHodo ...

Akin 50 afios, un vendedor de 3800 avenlda Nel> aski. Junto ala de (a comLil&n, el gobenudor "nlt"l faera do Bitter y jfaonHaf.IIUa .
para gal east 2223.y m* ..,. ... '
Home sepultura 'en .el cementerlo Bryant pued nombrar otro jaes .... 9 MM alao
Meridian y Tommy A. de duo de fa calk East Emma y,al re-
oscvcaa I bo
28 afio duefio de una cotnpafila Garden of Me merles i a las 2:00 de de drcalto para este condado. gresar encontrd: quo :doc,, ncfroaso ladicadoaai. ..
lot salMarco. cans .
la tarde ofkl6 el' Rev. ol HMJ.. do
de Insialacion de cafierlas, sitna- OrvajLeeIce. a.blaia" al'vehlculo .
subldor, coo "
PBHaO.1IALL- lo I...... a "
de l la Igfesla Commanlfy qua pain, eomo >
da cord de Meridian. pM tor -
aparente tatOMkta do .
U asalUr
.Church Terraeo.Ademaa (Vleae de la pigina 2) lo ...... a FrotjdM.ATACO .
de Temple '
El diputado Price y el PolJcfa ado de lot rtitos d. su ,coche.Tratando lo y quItarJo.o>I dtoero."Agarr ?,
Burkes t eron' protfesados el J de de sus padres Ie fofereH- .
,
: erllar el fccddratela o ) pofal al -
r.BeTerl1 .de swo jr o otro. -
fi
octubre bajo la mlsma consplradta ten 1 na l ? flail Sra. Harrington M apart da- Lot dot ...,...." (Vleno dai prtmow) .
y per haber maltratado bratalmente B4a; lot ;;abuelos paternos, espy ambicion soviltloa de
los abnelocmaterno eo piM d.' la carrttera, pero no ', OctirrU el fccdio el mloreolojido coaenlzar
,1 preseo de.raza negraEstaban ibai Gaspar Bdi, y 10 I.... U semaaa piasAi.r al muodo. .
en libertad bajo flares *, espows E. A. CuahJaJE, ,,
"" : "bpero yo que ''ooto ,habkr de
uando M lea.,arrestA,de naevo._ Jr., de Jacksonville. WL CABfioNCuando PUIf8I fuerra fda .set t m4j proeofoada

'Si CELIA (VIe''cS.i Ii ..'). 'I" Venn L. Rlf doo roan Howard. qu. norms polllii jr,ojiio Ja Union
tA.
',_ am d e 86 ,, tl;s retxldet M crca- mgdoa 6oTi
fto*...vrdna &tM6" W. Braddock baa ;a Wino, "se traslad6 eon 'suitfpoca Dorothea Morris coetraILj Ja.da y profroto! haela .la pas

faUcdo el albad* pasado en oa :y la.Srta. Le Vaha cnm y seguridad.M ,
Morris.
hospital foal y n'entJ luaes, partleodo el sm :pmt regress ei 12 je
: ; > >fl.t IlIftll. I manlfeato, qua sojiofttk;anP.,
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I AS WE' HEARD IT .r ROLAND by MANTEIGA




(Continued from page 15)) Many of those close, to Mr. Gib- tions in seeking a raise. However,, pointing politically inept people to "-
ta, Georgia, representative of J,. bons'' and who are able to deliver the public is entitled to be defendedand key jobs in the political power t
Blackburn, Washington, D. C. bro- many votes such as those mentioned protected. We are certain that structure."
ker, was inquiring into the sale of above, members of the advisory Mr. Larson will be fair to both sides., Note the kind reference to Mr..
the radio station.It Committee, were somewhat shocked Those who seek and those who must Burns and his good reputation. How
is rumored that the Blackburn when he named Hr. ,,Hurst to head pay. differently this sounds when you
firm is representing the Tribune Co. this appointment committee. They S. consider the many strongly worded
The interesting behind-the-scenes say that Mr. Hurst's participation in Former United States Republican editorials the Tribune published
story is that the Tribune Co. would the recent presidential campaign, in Senator Harry Cain, who is now a against this same Mr. Burns this,
like to break into the rich Pinellas which Mr. Gibbons played an important Miami businessman delivered a past Spring.
County market, but so far their''' attempts role, was, to say the least, com- scathing denunciation of GOP lead- When Warren Cason was appointed -
have been unsuccessful, in pletely lacking in enthusiasm.Mr. ership in this state several days ago to the road board four years ago
spite of 'the fact, that they own Hurst: was strongly suspectted in St. Petersburg. by Governor Bryant, who the Tribune
WFLA-TV and WFLA Radio station by some of Gibbons' supportersas In a devastating letter to Tampa had bitterly opposed, there were
and the powerful morning newspa- supporting the Republican ticket. attorney Tom Fairfield Brown, chair- no ill remarks written against Mr.
The behind-the-scenes reason for man of the COP in Florida, dated Cason's ability and lack of experience. -
per.It seems that the people across Mr. Gibbons' new venture into this Nov. 16th, Cain attacked the Tampa This was the proper attitudefor
the bay pay little heed to out-of- committee bit was caused when he attorney and Charles Holley, who the Tribune to take. After all, it
county media. But if the Tribuneis witnessed the reaction of many of was the unsuccessful Republican had been a long time since a citizen
successful in acquiring WSUN, his closest and long-time supporterswho nominee for governor in the. Novem- from Hillsborough County had been
a.. long established Pinellas County felt that their many efforts on ber election. placed on such an important board.
institution, this could be the wedge his behalf were not appreciated by He charged Brown with neglect And who will say that Mr. Cason's
needed to break. into that market.An ing to call a meeting of the State position on this board did not greatly -
added version is that Tribune him.According to our agent in the GOP committee since Brown's election benefit this county and its peo-

Co. officials are concerned with the Gibbons' camp the bitter feelings in mid-1962. ple?
infiltration being made in Tampa by accumulated during the recent election Mr. Cain said, "Incomprehensibleis However, In trying to compare the
the St. ,Petersburg Times which now between Mr. Gibbons and his the'only word that applies to this Warren Cason of four years ago,
has established routes here as compared active and capable administrativeaide failure He termed the great lack of prior to his appointment, with Vin-
to the inability of the Tribune Hector Alcalde, on one side and many republican candidates for high cent Nuccio, today, regarding their
to make strong circulation inroads his district leaders on the other side office, a "leadership vacuum" lack of political stature, savvy and
into Pinellas County. were dissolved with the naming of Here briefly are his views con- experience we do not believe that

If this story is true, the next question this committee. cerning Mr. Holley. Mr. Nuccio would come out second
is, what will the wealthy pub- I. He said that thousands of Flori- best. And this is not intended in any-
dians were shocked when he (Holley) to be a reflection against Mr.
lisher of the St. Petersburg Timesdo A man :who will play a leading way
about this situation? Nelson role in Governor-elect Hay don labored to make an issue of a non- Cason.
existent bank account in for- Vincent Nuccio has been practicing -
Poynter, watch out! Burns' administration will be a per some
I' . son the public will probably hear eign bank. He added that both Flor- law since 1953. He has' been a
Congressman Sam Gibbons ap. little about. This man is Bill White. ida and Haydon Bums were entitledto key figure in all of his f ther's political
better treatment than he since 1953 and
executive re- campaigns was "
proved an unofficial seven-man advisory He has been Burns' secre-
ceived from his who became leader in the recent successful
opponent (
office for a
committee, this week, which tary in the Mayor's many '
"not candidate of merit buta of Mr. Burns.
a campaign
the t
will liaison betweenhis and will hold more or less
serve as a group years "
i office In Washington and the same title !in the governor's office political scavanger.. . Mr. Nuccio about has acquired matters much ,
I district for individuals seeking service starting in January. knowledge political
We haven't read it but the from his father
yet we throughout -
in- years
and with deal White !is extraordinary
help problems Mr. an
I
hear that Nation had of the
Magazine a who should be rated as one
ing with the federal government, dividual. Those closest to Mr. Burns
scorching article last week Sen- instructors in this
etc. They will also advise him as to say that Bill White is capable of do- on top political area.
ator Smathers. This is confirmation Nuccio also enjoys the reputa-
a Mr.
the merits and caliber of those seeking Ing'the work of three men and doing
" of our comments made several tion of being a man of integrity and
aid and advice. all three jobs better than most any
,
weeks ago when we stated how badly dedicated to the fulfillment of all
sub-
j The following members of the three men Burns could pick to
are '
the once glorious image of!'the U. S. duties assigned him.
f\ the unofficial
committee for him. He is
Sam Gibbons advisory : titute
Florida that
Senator from has suffered The Tribune reporter Wrote
: well-know when Burns is out of town,
Dr. Anthony Martino, mayor
the since 1962 when he was reelected Mayor Nuccio would and could con-
who has participated in which quite often during
Pp dentist, was memberof
easily. trol his son if he becomes a
many civic and political projects; last eight years and has performed '
He enjoyed minor opposition. We the state road board. Mr. 'Cribb
i Eddie Spoto, President of the Broad, all duties with an astonishing high
"I repeat our views that if Senator got a little silly at this point. It Is
I 1. way Bank and behind-the-scenes po- degree of efficiency and clear understanding Smathers was facing election today obvious that Mr. Cribb Is not well
, Htician-extraordinay; John Ferlita, of all problems confronting and had a wejl-known and respected informed about the relationship existing -
:i a leading vote getter in this area and the Mayor's office in Jackson- opponent his chances of winning reelection between Mr. Nuccio and his
one of the top chieftains in the powerful ville. Our agents in Tallahassee reported would not be good. We hasten

I state-wide political machine this week that Mr. White has to add that Mr. Smathers has son.The Mayor wants his son to be a
headed by State Treasurer. Ed Larson already impressed a number of nearly three and a half years to Improve leader not a follower. He will permit
R
t ; Charles Cowls, powerful labor knowledgeable politicos in Tallahassee his political image before have his son free reins when he is appointed -
i leader; Marvin Essrig, bank president who have recently met him and ing to face the voters again. to the state road board for
long time civic leader, son-in- we must add that these experienced . this fatherly reason alone, Jf for no
I law of wealthy Jerome Waterman political "workhorses" are not easi Scott Kelly is holding his annual other.
l and novice politician. ly impressed or awed by anyone regardless -
< December party for the press !in Naturally Mr. Nuccio does not
\
The other two on the committee of his ability. Lakeland tomorrow. However, this have any experience as a member of
i are up and coming ,fresh faces on We feel confident in saying that, year his plans call for a bigger and the state road board, but then who
I Tampa's political stage. Tom Mc- Mr. White will help solve the many better party than those given In the did prior to serving on the board fora
I Mullen, an insuranceman, who got problems Governor-elect Burns will, past. lie has offered to arrange air- reasonable period of time?
his start in Jaycee' politics and be faced with during his six year plane trips and overnight lodging We regret to see that the Tribunehas
reached'' the pinnacle of his political term in,Tallahassee.
for out-of-town reporters who attend apparently decided to declarewar
endeavors by serving as the cam S. lie has invited, according to on Vincent Nuccio. It seems
paign manager of Mayor Nick Nuc- Another man who will be very our Tallahassee source, the entire they are willing to continue their
cio's successful election last year; much on the scene during Burns' capitol Press Corps. vendetta from generation to genera-
and Bob ''Florio, a businessman have reign in Tallahassee is a long time This reporter did not get an invite tion.
ing multi-interests, who has playeda political figure in the Capital, well dammit.By In spite of all the criticism the
leading role in a number of political known ,attorney Bob Sanchez., Mr. the way, where is Mr. Kelly newspaper will muster against the
races during the last four years. Sanchez was a former State Senator ,getting. all of this political money? younger Nuccio, he, like his father
The creation of, this political body and knows the political ropes as few S. will do an outstanding job in any
and another made by Congressman do. Last Sunday, Tribune political public office assigned to him.
Gibbons in the last few days has .' writer Herschel Cribb hit Vincent between City Sanitation
Relations
caused the eyebrows of the politic- State Treasurer Ed Larson, who Nuccio a journalistic low blow. But Chief Manuel Fernandez, easily one
\ ally-interested to raise.In enjoys one of the most favorable political as we know the local situation, we of Mayor Nuccio's top vote getter,
the first place, Mr. Gibbons has images among public officialsin feel l safe in saying that Mr. Cribb and Chief of Police J. P. Mullins has
1 privately stated on a number of occasions the state has recently become the was "under orders" to "foul" the been strained (privately) for the
that he does not believe In target of many editorialists throughout son, of the Mayor of Tampa. The last three or four months. Recent
J this type of committees. the state. They are critical of 'apparent reason for this vicious and happenings, involving Mr. Fernan-
The Congressman wants it, publicly his suddenly called hearing to deter- harsh attack against the young at dez' son have certainly not helped
known that any individual can mine whether Florida motorists will torney's ability and knowledge is the situation between the two city
L get his attention without! going have to pay 'a stiff increase In' auto simply that his name Is Nuccio and officials.
through, third party., He has said insurance rates. that he Is the son of the official
'that he and his office are prepared The only person standing in the who gave the Tribune its worse political We are pleased to, tell you that Bill
}; and ready to serve anyone, if pos way'of and between the pressure beating in recent years. Hamrick, who was Burn's state cam
aible, and that the, need for politi exerted by powerful insurance com- Mr. Cribb wrote: 'Vincent Nuc paign manager, speaks and reads
r i callnnuen'ce'l is not necessary. panies to get their wishes grantedand cio simply doesn't have the political Spanish quite welt Last week we
week' defenseless stature and experience that predicted that' he was in line to be
As' recently as a ago Mr. the somewhat pub- savvy .
'Gibbons was reluctant to, designate lic you and I, is Mr. Larson himsef the job requires." 'named State Hotel and Restaurant
any' group or" 'Individual as liaison f. The job referred to here Is Mr. Commissioner.

agents between )him,,and'' the people. We are confident thatMr., Larson Nuccio's possibilities of being appointed Top law enforcement officials
'Just prior to naming this "advisory" will use his good 'judgment based on to the powerful five-member here are not saying anything aboutit
committee Mr. Gibbons also named a his great knowledge understanding State Road Board. ,but they are worried, about the
I committee to be headed by Tampa of the motorists' position by protecting :- The reporter: goes further in an- continuing increase ia the dope traffic
accountant" Harry Hurst which will : their pockbooks in this ,play other paragraph ,by referring to Mr. in Tampa In Miami Cuban exiles
"'J'eCommeoo'eandldates''to the Armed of the Insurance companies. ,Nuccio -"poUticalrx inept He are being blamed for the increase in
'Services Academies such as West We do not say that the insurance wrote "Governor-elect Burns dope peddllfig. however, that doesn't
Point, etc., from this district firms do not have some justifica does not have a reputation for ap seem to be the case here. '



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