The Miami Herald from Miami, Florida on March 10, 1969 · 24
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The Miami Herald from Miami, Florida · 24

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12-B THE MIAMI HERALD Mon March 10 1969 TV With Latin Major' Spanish-language television programming is poised for a debut in South Florida later this month A seven-man group of local and foreign investors operating under the name of Tele-Cuba Inc has just purchased 43 weekly hours from UHF station WAJA-TV Channel 23 to present a wide variety of Spanish-language shows seven days a week All shows will be in color The group — which includes four Cuban exiles one South American and two US businessmen — already has signed a two-year $460-000 pact with station officials and opened studios at 1630 NW 17th Ave THERE WILL BE a special Inaugural telecast March 30 with regular programming beginning the following day Prior to Tele-Cuba’s announcement South Florida’s Spanish-language television had been relegated to a handful of shows Tele-Cuba officials have scheduled shows from 10:30 am to 3:30 pm Monday through Friday The Saturday schedule calls for a full day with broadcasts beginning at 10 am and running through midnight On Sunday the shows will run from 10 am until 2 pm The rest of the programming will be made up of English-language shows Pul Distance Between You Daughter By ROBERT PETERSON Herald Columnist Q — “I’ve sacrificed so much for my daughter She’s 26 with three babies and a husband who lacks ambition and can’t hold a job They live across town but turn up at my door nightly with a new crisis They argue over money and how to raise the children I spend half my time refereeing disputes and live like a pauper as I give them $100 monthly from the annuity Dad left me and part-time work in the store I worry about them can’t sleep and feel like 90 though I’m only 58 What can I do?” A — You must put some distance between yourself and your daughter’s family or you’ll all wind up in a psychiatric ward Young people old enough to get married and have babies are old enough to solve their own problems Encourage them to move to a new area and make a fresh start Let them know they’ve become too dependent on you If they won’t move pull up stakes and head for a new community yourself You’re entitled to a life of your own free of concern Continue to show your good will but insist that your daughter and son-in-law develop self-reliance and independence Q — “I was payroll supervisor at the electric plant until forced to retire at 65 Last week the 28-year-old director of personnel called and asked if I’d like to do some part-time work I asked what kind and he said they needed extra night guards at the main generating plant I haven’t lost my tenper in years but you can bet I told that kid where to go Do you blame me?” A — Why take yourself so seriously? If you want to keep from blowing a blood vessel laugh at incidents like this instead of getting insulted Maybe this youngster lacked tact in offering a former payroll supervisor a part-time job as guard But maybe he was aware of various studies which show that many retired personnel are glad to take lesser jobs than those formerly held simply to gain a sense of usefulness bring in extra income and keep busy without too much responsibility you are Invited to visit THE MIAMI HERALD BUILDING Public Tours Monday thru Friday at 10 am 12 2 and 4 pm CROUP WEEKEND I SPANISH TOURS accepted by reservation only Tel 350 2600 (Para ttcursicnes n Esparto! pregunte pot la Srta Ygtesia) The THE GENERAL directors of Tele-Cuba Cuban exiles Jose Alfredo Lopez — known as Joalo — and Aramis del Real say plans call for a variety of shows running the gamut from kiddie programs to Spanish-speaking movies variety spectacles talk shows soap operas dramas amateur and youth-oriented programs sports and newscasts Lopez past president of Havana’s Coney Island Amusement Park and a veteran of more than 30 years in radio and television says there will be a major news show at noon daily with five-minute newscasts interspersed throughout the day Exile Honored By Foundation A Cuban exile University of Miami senior has been selected Woodrow Wilson Designate by the Woodrow Wilson Fellowship Foundation Alfredo Gonzales Jr a major in government and economics at the university was among 19 students selected in Florida and 1106 named throughout the United States and Canada for the award Gonzales who came to o n May the new Queen Elizabeth 5 begins its first transatlantic season from New York to France and England O A season wrtb 13 rowvd trips m all throughout May June July Angus September and October Followed by a Caribbean cruise season In November and December QE2 was designed as a portable city instead of a piece of transportation called a ship In fact tbe closest thing to k is a city called “London!’ And even that’s a lot different When it goes where it goes and how much it costs Many of tbe best things in Life are not free and QE2 is no exception It costs money but is well worth k About bow modi? 1 he entrance to the city In the transatlantic thrift season 2i-day excursion fares begin at $217 for touristFares for first begin at $396 In the intermediate season it’s $234 and 517 And in the regular summer season‘half round trip tourist starts at $295 and half round trip first begins at $515 Flair Going on Cuban Beat with' Frank Soler Miami from Havana in 1961 nas achieved perfect marks in the university’s grading system Mural Getting Final Touches Cuban exile artist Teok Carrasco is putting the final touches on a large and color ( FLORIDA ROOMS JJONT RISK MATERIAL LIENS! Peal directly with the malarial tup plier who is aisa a liceniad A in surecf General Contractor It saves you money oo the job 4 assures you that all feiili ura paid ON MAY '' ' ful mural covering one wall of the main lobby at the Pan American Bank of Miami Theme of the painting is “The Common Destiny of the Americas” Carrasco is a self-taught painter whose works have been featured in Madrid Barcelona Rome Budapest Mexico Guatemala Peru Argentina and his native Cuba as well as other countries Guide Expands Service Data Several special features have been added to this year’s Latin American Guide for the benefit of Miami’s m”x23’4” REINFORCED GARAGE 00311 SSDGEISm tTZDQTDQZD GEE&Gk 9 QEz A moving experience I leve’siwwr dieacbechiifcbkiipeswp both transatlantic and Caribbean: Right © Now that vou’we go the basic idea and © ’ know bow much k costs what about what k’s like in QE2I It’s like moot her ckyyou’ve ever been in before There is a curious feeling oFltvmg in the © © future mixed with something that’s somehow very British (One of the reasons for this Britishness could be the lavish Cunard service Unchang-ed in over a century) There are restaurants high up in the city’s superstructure their panoramic windows overlooking the entire world No other cky has that (These same restaurants by the way have cuisine equal to the best now available any vs here on land) There is every aspect of nightlife and davlife that one would find in a great vacation city only done with impeccable taste The idea of QE2 is revolutionary And the feeling of it is alsO-quite extraordinary The Air Here Soon S p a n i s h-speaking community The guide published yearly by Carlos and Mercedes Calvo has included information in Spanish on how to advertisement Denture For people with both ‘ Thenearestthingtohavingyour own teeth is possible by an artificial membrane invented by chemists This membrane connects dentures to gums and mouth surfaces almost as living tissuefirmly binds natural teeth Now many can eat speak and laugh with little worry of dentures dropping Fixodent elastic membrane absorbs the shock of biting and chewing— helps protect gums from bruising You bite harder CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION WORKSHOP OR UTILITY Who to see about getting into it Obviously a travel agent If you’ve got a good one and most are be can handle all tbe arrangements for yew with no fuss at all Now would be an exceben time to talk with him so you can have a really memorable vacation is iik Dinner in the city Even bevund having a memorable vac- i © tion it’s a chance to be a part of making history For QE2 is the first city of its type in a 11 the world And it may begin a trend that could change things considerably Cities of the world get moving SAFETY INFORMATION: The Queen Elizabeth 2 registered in Great Britain will meet International Safety Standards for new ships developed m i960 and the 1966 fire safety requirements UbS first vacation city that isn’t tied down make direct long-distance calls dial the operator ask for telephone information and pay electric bills It also features a tourist guide of Miami Invention uppers" and "lowers" — eat faster without pain And you may even enjoy foods like steak apples corn-on-the-cob Fixodent helps you speak more clearly be more at ease The special pencil-point dispenser lets you spot Fixodent with precision— no oozing over One application may last ’round-the-clock Even resists hot coffee Dentures that fit are essential to health See your dentist regularly Get FIXODENT today at all drug counters NO MONET SOWN S TEARS TO PAY (mass RICHARDS I NE 1st St 'Miami Fla 33101 Please send me the following Four Seasoner ensemble (s) at 25 93 Fame Address City Stat D Check or Money Order Charge Account 4 Please add 4 sales tar on Florida deliveries Free delivery with 55 purchas or more 50c for C 0 D orders Cost of handling outside our regular delivery zone will be added AND 4 TO GO! 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