The Tampa Tribune from Tampa, Florida on January 30, 1963 · 26
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STATE. Gun Fancier Pleads Guilty To Slaying of Pregnant Girl THE TAMPA TRIBUNE, Wednesday, January 30, 1963 '7-A (Continued from Pace 1) plan is one of the essential elements in proving a first-degree murder case, Lawson pointed out, and there was no way to prove premeditation in the Camacho case. No motive for the slaying was established. Circut Court Judge John Hodges referred Camacho to the probotion office for a presentence investigation, which is the usual procedure in such serious cases. He said he would set a date for sentencing after receiving the probation report and would ADVERTISEMENT JFK anifthe flying White House" When President Kennedy takes to the air, the FBI and all the armed forces snap to attention! Read about the incredibly detailed planning that goes into the operation known as "Air Force One" a White House aloft that rents for $275 an hour. Get the February issue of Reader's Digest now on sale. 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When Camacho was escorted up the special courthouse elevator to the third-floor lockup, Sheriff Blackburn rode with him and commented: "Looking Good" "They must be treating you okay over there (at the jail) because you're looking good." Camacho, a wiry man with bushy brows who had apparently lost about 10 pounds since his capture last October, looked darkly . at the sheriff, then grinned, held up his manacled hands and quipped: "I don't know how to take that." The girl he murdered had hitchhiked to Tampa from Augusta, Ga., the day before and spent the night at the Salavtion Army, according to Lawson's summary of the case. En Route to Lakeland She was following her common law husband to Lakeland and needed a ride when she met Camacho, who apparently offered to drive her there. They traveled about 23 miles northwest of Tampa, according to Lawson, where Camacho pulled off the road, struck her on the right eye with something, blasted her four time with a .45-caliber pistol that was never found and left her body at the lake's edge. Lt. Godwin found the body because it's part of his job to check all fresh tire tracks leading into lakes through un-fenced land, looking for possible fishing violations. Find Shells Sheriff Blackburn cited Lt. Buford Cooper as heading his office's investigation. Deputies found spent .45 caliber cartridges near the girl's body. Later, after a confidential tip leading to Camacho, deputies found other spent cartridges in a car which Camacho's brother in Jacksonville bought for $200 from H I De Gaulle Blackballs Britain ...:uwiM"' TO CELEBRATE 25TH BIRTHDAY This is a new portrait of Princess Beatrix of the Netherlands who will celebrate her 25th birthday Thursday. She is the oldest daughter of Queen Juliana and Prince Bernhard. (AP Wirephoto) FIRST RUSKIN. BANK RUSKIN, FLORIDA A PROGRESSIVE BANK SERVING SOUTH HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY PHONE 645-3277 MEMBER FDIC Camacho. FBI tests showed all the spent cartridges were fired by the same gun. That was the principal evidence against Camacho in the state's case. However, when the FBI apprehended him in Ne wYork City after a nation-wide search, Camacho did admit seein the girl. He said he gave her a ride from Tampa to Lakeland. "Camacho was apparently fascinated by firearms," said Sheriff Blackburn. "He had a sawed-off shotgun, a .45 caliber automatic and a .38 caliber revolver when we was arrested." Only once before, in 1959, had Camacho brushed with the law. He was charged here then with aggravated assault. The case was never prosecuted. Representing Camacho in court were John Parkhill and Richard Bianco. Beats Mate To Death CLEVELAND, Ohio (UPD An 87-year-old woman was sentenced to the reformatory yesterday for beating her 82-year-old husband to death with a pop bottle. Common Pleas Judge Thomas J. Parrino sentenced Mrs. Eva Fedorchuk to the Marysville reformatory for a 1-20-year term on her guilty plean to a manslaughter charge. Detectives testified she beat her husband, Phillip, 82, to death while he was in bed. They said she told several stories about her husband's death but gave no reason for the beating She pleaded guilty on advice of her attorney. The judge, observing she was in poor health, said she would receive "proper custodial care" in prison. 1 1 y rimii m mwiiiiiiiirilr- ' i POjBlj j i GENERAL THAT CARRIES ITSELF! ELECTRIC Yoor foYorite progroms roll from room to room with you os easily os tuning them with the touch of a finger. This style-bright combination is the modern onswer to entertainment for families on the move. 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A Pravda dispatch from Washington said the United States helped design the common market as a wall against communism, but it had turned against the maker. "The tangle of Imperialist contradictions is getting more and more complicated," it said. Disappointment was quickly evident in Bonn, London and Washington. Widespread resentment; among all major West German political parties jeopardized the chances for ratification by the Bonn parliment of the treaty of cooperation signed by De Gaulle and Chancellor Konrad Ade nauer, though it would require only a simple majority. The treaty calls for France and West; Germany to work closely in for eign relations, education and defense. "Tired of De Gaulle" In London, Prime Minister Macmillan told the House of Commons even before the final showdown that the British will face the difficulties as a united; country. A laborite member, Emanuel Shinwell. had sue gested: "We are getting a little tired of Gen. De Gaulle. The Macmillan government may be forced to reappraise its military commitments in Eu rope. If British goods are squeezed out of continental markets, London dispatches said, there will be questions as to why the government should keep a 55,000-man army on the Rhine. The result may also be a facv tor in leading to early elections in Britain. A high official in Washington summed up American recation: "We have to pick up the pieces and move on." U.S. authorities said France's action was a serious blow, but that it cannot be permitted to block the drive for Atlantic unification. "Black Day" Belgian Foreign Minister Paul-Henri Spaak, a veteran champion of Western European unity, emerged from the show down conference on the 7th floor of Belgium's new foreign ministry shaking his head and exclaiming: "It is a failure it is a black day!" He said the rejection, of Brit ain s membership bid struck a blow at the spirit of the 1957 Rome treaty which set up the market, known officially as the European Economic C o m m u nity. Spaak said Heath showed dig' nity and nobility in his response to the blasting of his govern ment's hopes. Heath was not called into the conference chamber until the British cause was lost. Ministers of the five who backed Britain's entry walked over to Heath one by one at the end and shook his hand warmly. Heath nodded and smiled at each man. Witnesses said one man in the room avoided him. That was French Foreign Minister Maurice Couve de Murville. He gathered up his papers and, without looking at the Briton, strode out. Mart Defeat May Speed British Vote LONDON (LTD Prospects of an earlier general election in Britain increased last night as the result, of Prime Minister Harold Macmillan's failure to gain entry to the European Commor. Market. With the defeat on what had been one of the basic issues of his economic and foreign policy, Macmillan was said to be studying the possibility of calling parliamentary elections before the deadline of late next year. Might Aid Tories Many observers felt an earlier election might improve the cnances ot Macmillan's Conservatives now battered by setbacks at home and abroad before the opposition Laborites can fill the leadership void caused by the death of Hugh jGaitskell. Socialist members of narlia. ment begin voting Feb. 7 for' a man to replace Gaitskell as Labor Party chief. The sue-; icessor would bernmp nrimo I ! minister if labor should ripfoat ;the Conservatives in the next ; election. ! George Brown, acting head of the Labor Party, last week called for a general election "as soon as possible" and said the issue of rising unemployment was enough to cause voters to topple Macmillan's government. I Brown charged in parliament 'yesterday Britain had been humiliated in the Common Market negotiations. Sen. Kelly Honored PENSACOLA (UPD Prospective eubernatorial ranriirintp Scott Kelly of Lakeland was! honored at a reception here last night staged by 10 prominent businessmen, including several former supporters of Doyle ! Carlton Jr. S Senator Kelly and his wife were the honorees at the gala 'event at Scenic Hills Country iClub. Some 1,500 Escambia , countians were invited. fTTT (Jul ESSES UQ-nl ill J I LI 1 I bps, r tt n Prices Good Wed., Thurs., Fri. and Sat. GO ON A SAVING SPREE I C) ffiraffl With $5.00 order or more B3 D 13 D a 14-oz. Bottle Heinz Dc!e Chunks -Tidbits or Crushed PINEAPPLE Your Choice No. 211 Can Chocolate Butterscotch or Vanilla METRECAL Cans JJ The 400 Facial ! ... n rnv DSSUI6S c- Hay Fyne Taste Kidney Ml - M fiPf 300 I I Con I ivl ly Specials Good Wed. & Thurs. SWIFT'S FINEST ROUND SiRLOIN PORTERHOUSE STEAKS COPELAND'S FANCY LEAN PORK CHOPS each! 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