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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 6

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A6-Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 17, 1968 n Jo "7. ;.v . J j n j 1 ( i J J jfij UPlTflephoto FOREWARNED Bank guard Lonnie Sherouse isn't shirking his duty. He has been forewarned that Army Sgts. Ronald Alleman and Paul Matti-la were to he arriving Saturday with a display of captured Communist weapons for a special display in the lobby of this Tampa bank. The display is part of a U.S. Savings Bonds and Freedom Share salt's drive. Funds Cut Hits War On Crime One Day, Monday Only! Tremendous Savings ... Fanti Just Say Charge It Where? Burdine's Horn Shop Monday Night 'til 9:30, Park Free after 6 P.M. effort to bring organizec crime to heel. "What you have to do," Vinson says, "is establish priori- tics . . . hit them where it I (HJH(i Iff TfM! Tf C OYTf.Tff'Off IKV f;f f lfJ..N f.OO.SF Pff.f.OW fiiCK son FlMOISHlhfK K.CfJVfK vu.un f Of M.f Cff I IKS 99 169 8 49 14 in ittno com f.TfPOK ikv co.vi.tioi!-; 89 Reg. 169.95. 2-door with pecan finish. Square top with straight legs. 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Vinson Jr., of the department's Criminal Division, "but the fact is we're having to rob Peter to pay Paul to keep our people in the field. Vinson and Henry Peterson, head of the division's organized crime section, report highly mobile task forces of federal crime fighters are marking inroads into l.a Cosa Nostra, but that more money is needed for additional men. The task forces, spearhead of the Justice Department's most recent efforts against organized crime, work with other federal agents in selected cities to pressure organized hoodlum elements. In Detroit, lor example, they report lia indictments 1 of them las! Thursday. The task groups have inlil-traled five areas so far, and arc described bv Justice Department oflicials as the biggest boon to organized crime-busting since Klliot Ness. Like guerrilla warfare, it's difficult, Vinson said in an interview, to pinpoint gains against the underworld. But he thinks that since 1W1, when Ally. den. Kobert F. Kennedy began the present campaign, "the graph has levelled off and mavbe has gone down a bit." Some ollicials estimate it may take 111 yeais of v igorous hurts." This is the job of the task forces, and two more groups leave the department for secret destinations within the next month. Another two, Peterson disclosed, are "on the drawing board" for early next year. Bui Vinson and Peterson complain they've been left by Congress with inadequate funds to carry on 'he war. Vinson say s the department asked tor i(Kl additional assistant U.S. attorneys and got (.". He wanted 4(1 more lawyers lor the criminal division a battery of five is used in each task foK'e and didn't get any. A demand for funds to provide 2DD more narcotics agents was halved. But the heat's on, and there are reports of discomfort and movement in the underworld. Kngland, where gambling has flourished in recent years, is considered ripe for sophisticated American racketeers. "They'll go where the action is," Peterson said, recalling that the Mafia sought other places when Fidel Castro took over Cuba and the Havana casinos closed. There is evidence the Syndicate is currently releasing some of itshold on Las Vegas interests since billionaire Howard Hughes began buying up the major gambling spots. Vinson said an indication lh.it the task force scheme is beginning to pay off is the "obvious unwillingness of the sec 99: Only 6! twin or double bedding sets, mattress and box springs; reg. 129.95 Only 1! Famous maker love seat, loose pillow back, green tweed, reg. $299 Only 11 Early American sofa, solid green cover, wing back, reg. $199 Only 1! 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Mrs. Sosa had learned of the new law from William Liebo-witz, examining officer of the immigration and Naturaliza-' tion Service, the man who said I Mrs. Sosa was the law's first beneficiary. .. The legislation waiving the waiting period for war widows was pushed through by Sen. Kdward M. Kennedy, D-Mass., and Hep. Silvio Conte, K Mass. Margaret Hallett, 41, tne derman widow of a GI killed in Vietnam look her oath July 3. "My. wallet was stolen," Mrs. Sosa explained, "and I went to Immigration to get a new resident's card. When I told this gentleman whu I was, who my husband was,-and how he was killed, he said I wouldn't have to get a new resident's card, I could become a citizen." "1 felt grateful to this country. Not happy, just grateful," she said after being sworn in Friday with l.'W other new citizens. "I love this country. I love this country." she said. "We have to feel real proud of this country. 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The committee began its second day of heatings into the teachers' strike that has kept most of New York City 1.1 million school childien out ot classes lor all but 11 day s since Sept. !t. Degnan called the school crisis an "impossible situation" and said that if the Hoard of F.dueation ictuses to suspend the district's principals, then a special session of the legislature should be called. The principals were the subject ot a ruling by the Appellate Division Friday that held the Board of F.dueation acted illegally in appointing principals to Ocean Hill schools without regard to civil service eligibility lists. The ruling, hailed by the 5.".0o()-mcmbor L'nited Federation of Teachers and the Council of Supervisory Associations, was by a 3-to 2 vote of the appeals court. The Board ot Education said it would take the case to a higher court. s149 129 Only 1! Henredon chest, white gold, italian styling reg. $280 . Only 1! 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