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Fund crisis cuts X-way THE TAMPA TIMES, Thursday, May 14, 1970 23-A ""5 ) from page one (section." Another DOT offi-j cial said," "We're hopeful the whole project might go some day." j SIMMONS SAID, "the project needs to be full length to accomplish the need, to solve the problem." Each section is nearly five miles long. Under the constitution the ! maximum that could be raised by bonds would be $48.5 . million with 6.5 per cent ! bonds, $45.6 million with 7 per ; cent bonds, according to DOT. s The $48.5 million bonds would still only provide about $45 million for construction, with the rest going to other costs. ! A DOT official raised the ! possibility the county might have to pledge the toll reve- nues and some secondary gas U.S. gets it from page one the Allies' growing exasperation at what they consider deliberate foot-dragging by the Communist side in 15 months of talks. Habit's carefully weighed notice to the Communist side that Washington would not be swayed by their tactics came Fish for compliments with a real butter sauce. american dairy association LIGHTNIN' IS A COMIN', YOU BETTER BELIEVE IT Fatter than a speeding bullet. More powerful than a locoeiotive. No regard (or buildings. It's not a bird, not a plane. It's the comeback of an old-fashioned killer. Call "NORM" Phone TAMPA 831-6201 GET EXTRA See page KEEP COOL fOMf ENTERTAINMENT CENTER OVER 200 ENTERTAINMENT VALUES FOR THE HOME 4029 W. Kennedy Blvd.-Phone agJakggrfias.rWa tax funds, possibly cutting down the amount of secondary road construction that could be done in the county. COUNTY ENGINEER John Dobbins said the maximum amount of bonding "that can be accomplished under the constitution by a bond sale including projected toll revenues and pledging the gas tax, is some short" of what is needed. "Apparently the downtown section is all that can be financed under the constitution at the present time," he said. The Gandy leg will apparently "be left to be accomplished whenever revenues are available." Although the bonding capability even fell short of the $48 million needed for the tough with minutes after Hanoi's delegate, Nguyen Minh Vy, issued North Vietnam's veiled threat. If the United States continues the bombings (of North Vietnam), Vy said, "we will be forced to draw all the necessary conclusions, and the United States will have to bear all the responsibilities." "The United States bombing LIGHTNING PROTECTION SYSTEMS Lightning Rods ... that if. CASE 10 -D are yu reaty Tor Ttiisr "DON'T SWELTER THIS SUMMER" AIR CONDITIONERS Vj from downtown section, Do b b i n s said he felt it would still be possible to move ahead with that part. GRECO TOLD Dot, "The whole project is needed and every day we don't accomplish it, it becomes more difficult and expensive the longer we wait the more it's going to cost." Sen. David McClain told DOT the X-way was urgently needed because traffic on 1-4 was "b e g i n n i n g to reach crisis proportions." He added, "I would rather drive at Sebring than on 1-4 between eight and nine in the morning." A DOT official agreed, "both sections ought to be done, however we have financing problems." Viet Reds of North Vietnamese territory early this month has put a grave threat over this conference." THE HANOI STATEMENT was taken as a new threat that the talks might even break up if the United States sends more bombers against North Vietnam. Neither the Hanoi chief delegate, Xuan Thuy, nor Madame Nguyen Thi Binh of the Viet Cong were at today's meeting. Their subordinates represented them. MEANWHILE, military sources in Vientiane said today that North Vietnamese troops are massing in the Saravane area of southern Laos in apparent preparation for an attack on the city. Saravane, 375 miles southeast of Vientiane, is the only provincial capital east of the Mekong River in the southern panhandle of Laos still in government hands. Saravane is 70 miles north of Attopeu, the town which fell to an earlier Communist offensive that followed allied moves into Cambodia. Military sources said then the Communists were trying to replenish tice supplies lost in Cambodia. IN CAMBODIA, Communist troops attacked Takeo again today and prevented a Cambodian relief column from getting through to that provincial capital 40 miles south of Phnom Penh which has been under siege for eight days. NO mW te wmw ftniltar te cleee car tt rfrk MOST. Walk tkaaj rkjM away. I (at MetMae NAFrCO INC. cnoiruui 1S70MacOll-rk.2S)-OI14 Underarms? Keeps underarms absolutely dry not half dry even for thousands who perspire heavily. Works aa no aerosol spray can work. Liquid or cream, $3.00. Fourteen million sold. Mitchum ANTI-PERSPIRANT ECKERD DRUGS 110 100 no 80 70 60 50 1 I-' HO 872-8541 4aSaVlfc.Makw4fcMafUjAaftBl PI irT& is 7tt If Mi aVeHaMS IP Mil 0 FX tm y:hm 4ftA 4ir ' - '"'"All itjti' Wfiof roadblock? ROTC unit commander salutes as his Doctors dispute coroner from page one sive," said police chief Broad- ed for about an hour. He reus Bequest, "but because of ported no injuries or damage thp vn1,.m nf nariPrwork we have not filed all our reports." ASKED WHETHER death reports should not take precedence over the scores of riot-connected arrests, Bequest said Augusta police have a record of being cooperative with the press, and that the information would be made public later. A sergeant in the records division, however, said that the lack of further reports may mean police were not connected with the other shootings. A spokesman for the National Guard, Col. James E. Slaton, said that none of the six men was slain by any of the 1,200 Guardsmen called to duty here after rioting broke out Monday night. "We have not fired a shot in the whole mission," he declared. SPOKESMEN in Augusta yesterday confirmed that the FBI was "maintaining a liasion and investigating to see whether federal laws were violated" in the over-all incident. HUTTO'S GLADIOLUS 49c DOZEN Open 6 A.M. to 1 2 MIdnkht Cor. N. Blvd. and Buffalo ARMENIA 6008 N. ARMENIA AVE. Ph. 935-3162 Regardltit of Price "IM ltlt" WILSON SAMMON CO. rUNIHAl MOM! Phone 877-7676 li4et4 Funeral Director. ,4730 N. ARMINIA 34-Hour Amlivlartct Svrvlf 1917 1970 Cnvntnt Chapelt In TAMPA BRANDON II lafrTlllrt Hljtt ifflU lltalafl rlhlgUll l0l4L0U0k-0UtlJ0 l"1" ffrllffall iffllti " 8, ff. . if"k Blaze guts empty house A vacant two-story house at 1940 Main St. was gutted by fire late yesterday afternoon, according to Tampa Fire Department Capt. Amador Gon-zalo. He said he did not know the origin of the blaze which last- 10 surrounamg prupeny. Fire marshal inspectors are investigating. Funeral notices BITTER. OLI.IE B. SR. Mr. Ollle B. Butler Sr., 73, paused away Tuesday at the residence of his son in Riverview. Florida. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 4:00 o'clock from the Chanel of the F. T. BLOUNT COMPANY Fl'NERAL HOME. 5101 NEBRASKA AVENUE, with Rev. H. C. ".hidden, pastor of the Balm Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. CACCIATORE. MRS. MARY 8. A requiem mass for the repose of the soul of Mrs. Mary S. Cacciatorc, 76, who died in N.Y. will be offered Saturday morninn at 10 A.M. at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, with interment to follow in La Unione Italiana Cemetery. She is survived by threo riauchters. Mrs. Mamie Borello, Mrs. Ann B. Sharkey, and Mrs. Jean Orlando, also a son, Anthony Caccia- tore, seven grandchildren and three great grandchildren, a brother aai San Filippo, all In N.Y. Also six sis-trr-ln-laws. Mrs. tiiovannina Marchetta. Mrs. Carmela Cacoiatore. Mrs. Frances Cueto, Mrs. Angle Monte. Mrs. Josephine Ferlita and Mrs. Mary Cona. all in Tampa. She was the widow of the late Mr. Salvalore Cacciatore. Pall bearers: Steve Cona, bam renna, Sieve Slnardi, Jimmy Pardo. Caspar Monte and Pat Patterson. THE FAMILY WILL BE AT THE A. P. BOZA RIVERSIDE CHAPEL (3R09 N. Ar menia Ave). FRIDAY EVENING P.M. TO 9 P.M. AND THE ROSARY WILL BE RECITED AT :30 P.M. CLARK, REUBERT E. JR. Funeral aervicea for Mr. Reuhert E. Clark, Jr, will be conducted Saturday afternoon at 3:00 o'clock from the Garden Chap, el. Duval Funeral Homea, 3800 Nebr aska Ave., with the Rev. John E. Win-tera, Pa.ilor of Lake Magdalene United Methodist Church to officiate, twisted by hia associate, the Rev. Cecil Broad-atreet. Interment will be In Lake Carroll Cemetery. Active Pallbearers will be; Samuel Sweat, John Herndon. Slop-hen Browne. Larry Bailey, Richard ITniil. fliui.u. lTftiita Unnnrnrv Pnll. bearers are: members of tilcaners Sunday School Class, Lake Mandalene United Methodist Church. Roy Seals, L. M. Joyner, J. W. Scanland, C. H. Apgar. The family will receive friends at the Chapel Friday evening from 7 til 9 o'clock. SMITH. MR8. 1.0U1SK Funeral services for Mrs. Louise Smith. 4, a resident of McLendon Street, Plant City, and life long resident of East Hillsborough County, who passed away in a Lakeland Hospital Wednesday afternoon, will be held Friday. May 15. 1970 at 4 p.m. from the First United Methodist Church, Plant City, with Rev. Dan CHI. pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Oiiklnwn Cemetery. The remains will lie In slate at the church 1 hour prior lo service time. She Is survived by her husband Mr. Wylie F. Smith. Plant City; 1 daughter, Mrs. Virginia Shook. Riverview; 1 son. Mr. Cilenn Couch, Plnnl City i fntlwr, Mr. W. Illoxham McDonald, Plant City; 2 sisters, Mrs. Thelma Hukk, Plant City, nnd Mrs. Jewell Cnssels, Tallahassee, and 4 grandchildren. Gentlemen selected to serve as pallbearers will please meet at the churon at 3:45 p.m. COU)NIAL FUNKRAL HOME, mm K. Reynolds St., Plant City, in charge of arrangement. Jack G. Ynt Pri. LUTZ urn 'm Lin group marches in review at University of Santa Clara, Calif., stepping smartly over and around prone bodies of demonstrators who lay down in line of march in effort to Nobody wants job of boss it from page one some crack FBI informants). The 10 directors handle the day-to-day operations of the syndicate, hearing reports by lesser officials ("platoon leaders"), giving those officials advice (orders) and handling distributions of the organization's assets (loot). Perhaps the fate of the last few organizational directors has dulled ths interest of prospective candidates. CERONE BECAME operational director several years ago after Sam Battaglia, who had held the position, was sent to federal prison for 15 years. The government disapproved of Battaglia's role in an extortion case involving a building contractor in the western suburbs. Battaglia had stepped into the office by virtue of a similar misfortune that befell his predecessor, Sam Giancana. Giancana fell victim to an FBI plan and served a year in Cook County Jail for refusing to answer questions before a federal grand jury after being given immunity from prosecution if he did testify. Giancana, who did not look forward to being summoned to a second appearance before a grand jury, exiled himself to Cuer- PENSA, Richard, 3206 West River Cove, yesterday, a native of Geneva, Italy, and a Tampan for 12 years. BUTLER. Ollie B., Sr., 73, Riverview, a native of Chester, Ga., and an area resident since 1926, Tuesday. STEELE. Thomas D., 69, 3707 Dartmouth Ave., yesterday, a native of Citra 'and a Tampan three and one-half years. FOWLER, Mrs. Rose L., 92, 6012 Russell Ave., Tuesday, a native of Kuskigon, Mich., and a Floridian for 24 years. Funeral notices FFRNANDF.Z, MRS. MILAGROS QUIN TANILLA r unerni services lor mm. Mllagros Quintanilla Fernandez, 79. of 1402 21st Ave., will be held Thursday afternoon at 4 P.M. from the Lord 4 Fernandez Colonial Chapel. Interment will he In the Cenlro Aslurlano Memorial Park. Pallbearers are Marcelino lluerla Jr., Daniel Lubrnno Jr., Joseph Flcarotlo. Raymond Dlcz. Fernando ttulntnnllla and Joseph Frank Fer-nnncle. TI1K FAMILY RKMUESTS THAT FLOWERS PLEASE HE OMITTED. LORD & FERNANDEZ FUNERAL HOME, INC. IIOFMANN, MR. AUGIIOT F. Funeral services for Mr. August F. Hnfmann, 7-1. .13 Knnnlsh Main, resident nf Tampa for 13 years, who passed away in a local nursing home. Wednesday morning, will be held Friday morning 10 A.M. at Christ The King Catholic Church, at which time a Requiem Mnss will he offered for the repose of his Soul by Rt. Rev. Msgr. Mark Mclaughlin, Pastor. RECITATION OF THE ROSARY WILL BE TONIGHT AT 6 O'CLOCK at MARSICANO FUNERAL HOME, 4010 Henderson Blvd. Ills remains will be sent Friday afternoon lo Detroit. Mich. In care of the Eppens-Van Dewegho Funeral Home for final services and Interment In Ml. Olivet Cemetery, Detroit, Mich. He Is survived by his wife Mis. Gladys Holmann. Tampa, three sons, Mr. August J. Hof-mnnn, Chicago, III., Mr. Bernard J. Holmann. Tampa and Mr. Dclnno Hof-mann, Dallas, Texas, a brother Mr. Henry Hofmnnn, Detroit, Mich, a sister Mrs. Minnie Hcbben, Detroit, Mich., It) grandchildren and 1 great grandchild. FAMILY BEQUESTS FLOWERS TLEASE BE OMITTED LOCALLY. glH afflla-l f1H HiTft lffl fV ,f Tta.llfTll flt JUk prevent annual parade. Demonstrators were protesting Vietnam war and presence of ROTC unit on Santa Clara campus. The campus scene, page 7-A. Deaths FERNANDEZ. Mrs. Mi-lagros Quintanilla, 79, 1402 21st Ave., yesterday, -a native of Spain and a Tampa resident more than 60 years. SABELLA, Mrs. Maria Costa, 82, of 3011 Abdella St., a native of Allesandra della Rocca, Sicily, yesterday. WOODDELL, Mrs. Elsie B., 71, 8725 Whittier St., yesterday, a native of Hartford, N.Y., and a Tampan six years. SOEDER, David Anthony, 7, 119 W. Hillsborough Ave., yesterday, a native of Hous Funeral notices KER8ET. MRS. ALLIE Funeral services for Mrs. Allie Kersey, age 85, of 5S19 34lh Street will be held at 2:00 O'Clock Thursday afternoon at CURRY'S FUNERAL HOME. 605 S. MacDIII Avenue. The Reverend Joe G. Clements, Pastor of the Belmont Baptist Church will officiate. Interment will follow in the Garden of Memories Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Mrs. Kersey s grandsons Jack Kersey, a. j. Goodyear, Robert Johnson, Howard Fulwood, Robert Salinas, James Jackson and Richard Dennis. A MORRIS, JOSEPH H.-Funeral serv-V Ices for Joseph H. Morris, 62, pf 2911 San Nicholas Street, will be held FRIDAY MORNING AT TEN O'CLOCK FROM THE CHAPEL OF J. L. Rtf-KD & SON, 3410 HENDERSON BOULEVARD AT DE LEON STREET with Chaplain Fred Forney officiating. Masonic riles at the graveside in the Garden of Memories will be conducted by Memorial Lodgo No. 20, F & AM. Pnllbenrors are: Joseph Glrone. John niumcr. Ben Manlz. Charles comsiock, Tommy Tvre and Dennis Glrone. Honorary; Francis Hatchell and Earnest Tlllls. O'NOI.AN. LAURENCE Funeral services for Laurence O'Nolan, 61, of 6201 South Harold Avenue, will be held THIS AFTERNOON AT FOLK O'CLOCK AT THE GRAVESIDE IN MYRTLE HILL MEMORIAL PARK wllh the reverend Rudolph Jones officiating. ARRANGEMENTS BY J. L. REED & SON, 3410 HENDERSON BOULEVARD AT DE LEON STREET. 0j0kmtltfalt0l6tHI0llllfr' APphote navaca, Mexico, where he now lives in an old castle. DURING HIS period as a syndicate strongman, Giancana recruited a long list of cronies and placed them in ksy positions. Many of the mob's current influential mem- -bers are among those men. That faction is headed by Fiori Buccieri, who is in charge of ; the juice racketeering division. For several years, Buccieri was groomed . as a successor each time a vacancy arose ; but he never was completely acceptable to ; the directors. Now he again is mentioned as -a candidate. THE JUSTICE department feels that major decisions for the syndicate still are being made by two patriarchs who are in semi-retirement: Anthony Accardo and Paul Ricca. Accardo faces trial after being arrested on a federal gun possession case a charge ' that might have been dismissed within 15 minutes years ago, but which may stick now because of the current crackdown by FBI and treasury dspartment agents on the mob. Perhaps that is why no one is interested in filling the Chicago Crime Syndicate's most lucrative vacancy: The retirement benefits are terrible. ton, Tex., and a Tampan one year. BOURQU ARDEZ, Mrs. Nit-tie, 76, 5806 Branch Ave., yesterday, a native of Pasco County and many years in the Tampa area. Funeral notices PENSA, RICHARD Mr. Richard Pensa of 3206 west niver Cove, Tampa, Fla., passed away Wednesday after-noon. Rosary services will be held Friday evening at 7:30 from the Chap-of the F. T. BLOUNT COMPANY FUNERAL HOME. 5101 NEBRASKA AVENUE, with Rev. P. J. Hen-dron, of the St. Lawrence Catholic Church, officiating. The Family will be at the funeral home Friday evening from 7 until 9 Dm. Mr. Pensa will lie in state beginning Thursday at 2:00 until 9:00 p.m. and TTHHav frnm fl-OO a m until O-On D.m. for visitation of friends. Mr. Pensa will be sent to the Lethan Funeral Home In Jackson. Ala., for final services and Interment In Friendship Interdenominational Cemetery SABELLA. MRS. MARIA COSTA A Requiem Mass will be oftered tor me Repose of the Soul of Mrs. Maria Costa Saliclla 2, of 3011 Abdella Friday at 11 A.M. from the St. Joseph Catholic Church with entombment to follow in Woodlawn Cemetery. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Lily Betancourt, Mrs. Angio Conlglio and Mrs. Florence Muley; one son, Tom Sabella; a sister, Mrs. Franresca Po-cino; one brother, Antonlno Costa; six grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Pallbearers: Tom Sahella, Jr., Jack A. Sabella, Nocholas Muley. Ramon Garmendla, Anthony Arena and Felix Conlglio. The family will beccive friends Thursday from 8 to 9 P.M. at the A. P. Boza RIVERSIDE CHAPEL (3809 N. Armenia Ave.) where a Rosary will be recited at 8:30 P.M. In Memory of Our Son Daniel T. Ahney Jr. Just one short year ago today God took you home my dear. The days are sad nnd lonely because you are not here. YVe miss your smiling face. Your laughter everywhere, the little things you always did makes ua long that you were here. The Family circle has been broken, by a mound upon the hill, and you lnft a vacant place that no other one can tilt. Sadly missed by Mother, Daddy and Sister r1ifa,lllffclllAlirVfclifil1 J flkh0k t

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