Nation: Cuba & Kisses

Republican vice-presidential nominee William Miller, who had been having a hard time with hecklers amid scanty audiences, found things were looking up.

In Augusta, Ga., a crowd of 5,000 loudly cheered Miller's vow that a Republican victory will mean recognition of a Cuban government in exile and U.S. permission for renewed exile raids against Castro. At Miami Stadium, 30 khaki-clad survivors of the Bay of Pigs marched across the rain-soaked baseball diamond to present Miller with a "revered emblem"—a gold-knobbed flagstaff representing their Battalion 2506. It was flagless, they bitterly explained, because their battalion flag had been presented to John F. Kennedy,...

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