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' r t WEDNESDAY, JAMARIM I, 1957 - fl PlXUrfllJZrtWE jbU&HAL Sukarno Rejecls Democrats Swallow Anger, ' f u ' " Orders lo Explain Try to Have Resolution Rccc! v, i PXfEt ?HREt Communist Coup JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) - President Sukarno angrily rejected Tuesday night demands Out he explain htt responsibility lor the attempted Communist coup on Oct 1, 1965. Sukarno asked why he alone diould be held accountable. "Is not, tor instance, the then coordinating minister for secu rity and defense responsible. toot" - Sukarno asked, - He - re ferred to Gen. A. II. Nasution, now a bitter enemy of the Dresi - dent and the president of Con gress, The president's angry reply to the persistent demands for an explanation came in a statement read to newsmen at, his palace. The same statement was submitted earlier Tuesday to leaders of Congress. Economic Failures Sukarno also asked why he alone should be held responsible for Indonesia's economic deterioration. In this connection he pointed to the present head of the government, Gen. Suharto, saying: "Who is responsible for the continuing increase of prices at this moment and the complete stand - still of many private enterprises?" He again declared that the coup attempt was "a complete surprise to me." The three basic causes, he said, were "the wrong way taken by the leader;, ship of the Indonesian Commi nlst party, the cunning of necol - irn (neocolonialism, colonialism and imperialism) subversion, and the fact that indeed there were persons, who were nuts." He demanded to know who was responsible for the seven assassination attempts against him and what had been done to discover who was behind them. Sukarno warned that the political - situation in Indonesia is precarious and at present "a conflict situation" must be done away with. ALBANY. N.Y. (API - Demo crats were forced to swallow their ire about Gov. Rockefeller today in attempts to get a critical resolution read on the Assembly floor. Assemoly Minority Leader Perry B. Duryea blocked the effort Tuesday to attack the gov ernor for a statement that he made during the 1966 election campaign. . , Duryea, a Montauk Republican, refused a request by Assemblyman Bertram L Podelt, D - Prooklyn, for unanimous consent to read the resolution to the Assembly. , Podell's resolution, elven to the press earlier, urged the As sembly to ask Rockefeller to apologize for his 'campaign as sertion mat three Democratic legislators were involved in an alleged shakedown of a liquor - license applicant. Podell said the governor mado a ','bianket' indictment" shortly before Election Day when Rockefeller disclosed .that a State Liquor Authority investigation of an alleged bribe attempt involved three Democrats legist '.ators from NcwYork City. "The"namenf the lawmakers never were made public. SnKC 'ta.9 TucsdaY'nlhui - SdaY W Mongolia, 626,000 - square mile republic, has a population of only 1,019.000. pre - inventory sale the annua savings event you waif for; shown, just a few of the values men's white shirts 2,5?2 5,0 orig. 350 Selkirk ..wash'n wear white cotton shirts reduced from our own stock. Broadcloth in regular spread or snap tab collar; oxford in button down. Broken sizes 14 to 17. men s socks 59 pair reg. 79c & 7.00 pair Argyles, solid color ribs, crew socks, cushion - foot crews, cables and over - calf ribs, sizes .10Vi to 13 and stretch. men's underwear French Balloon. Lands in U. 5. PARIS (AP) - A French research balloon found in North Carolina went Wist of tile way artiund the world via China, Mongolia and the Pacific, its launcher said today. The balloon, described "as big as a house" by its finder, Archie Murray Of Snow Camp, NC whs released from southwest France Jan. 5. In a1 box swinging below it was ' a radio transmitter, a barometer) and a device for' measuring the angle of the sun over theliorizon. Bernard ' BeDoU operations officer of the , Balloon Launching Center of the French National Soace Researcl Organization, said the (balloon (was last heard from over Mongolia. He said the purpose of the flight was to test the equipment aqd denied it had anyimng w ao wim raaioacim - tv in the UDoer atmosphere. Bellot said the balloon, the only one released that day, stayed at an altitude of 130,000 feet for two or three days. It successfully returned its data to the center, he - said, so the outcome of the mission does not depend on the return of the instruments. The American scientist who organized the experiment said he was delighted to hear, his in struments had made the trip intact One instrument was a ' new precision altimeter being tested.and he immediately be - strumentsr Ther sclentisV "torn - - Hein - - cheimer,. anJUiT graduate! fromjlew York. salaVTMs is allysmsationaEWetracked:iC for 29 - hours and (ouna out inat there were winds of up to 250 miles an hour at that altitude." The huge balloon was found about 10 miles. south of Burlington. He said the, balloon was wraoiied'around iTtree with the box of instruments dangling 'beneath it . Murray took the box lo Burlington, where a French teacher translated the inscriptions. The balloon and .the equipment were to be taken to Pope Ah" Force Base near FayettevUle, N C. Wallace's Pirns Termed Harmful JACKSONVILLE, Ala! (AP) The edtor of the Christian Science Monitor has predicted that if Gov. Wallaec seeks the presidency in 1968, as a third party candidate he "would probably hurt both national parties." "Erwin Canham of Boston said Tuesday, wn'le speaking at Jacksonville State University, that Wallace would do better in o nrMldential race tW did Strom Thurmond, R - S - C. Thur - J mond carried four southern states as a Dhiecrat in 1948 and received nine electora' votty. WALL CLOCKS orig. 3 for 450 for .90 3 for J Packages of 3 polyester - combed cotton wash'n wear T - shirts (S, M, L, XL), or 3 briefs (30 to 44), or 3 boxer shorts (30 to 44), broken sizes, so hurry in. men's famous brand toiletries 99 Famous brand men's colognes and after - shave at a fraction of their anginal price! WoWoce'siAWj Shop, Street Floor & Kingston ." T" - stretch shells Famous maker Peblon stretch nylon shells with jewel neckline, in black, white, beige, plum, light blue, navy, gold, women's sizes 34 to 40. Wallace's . Neckwear,. Street . Floor . & . Kingston pearl necklaces Hand knotted oval pretend pearls with a glow liko the real thing, in 1 and 2 strand chokers, princess and matinee lengths. Waace's Jewelry, Street Floor bftys'floilter jackets:: - - orig., 78.00 and 20.00 ' 14'" Sherpa lined wool hooded jackets, western styles in cotton corduroy and cotton suede. Broken sizes 10 to 18; VVaace's Boys Shop, Street Floor & Kingston Red Cross, Socialite, Cabbies regularly 12.00 to 17.00 Life - Stride, Debs, Joyce shoes reg. 12.00 to. 14 00 Madclons and Customcraft, reg. 19.00 to 25.00 Moxees loafers and dress flats reg. 9.00 to 11.00 Buster Brown children'sshoes, reg. 7.50 lo J 0.50 Boys tan buck chucka boots, boys and girls loafers, and girls black nylon velvet saddle oxfords, regularly 7.00 men's Bates, Sebago and Shaw shoes women's over - the - foot boots ' regularly 13.00 o 17.00 regularly 18.00 to 21.00 regularly 22.00 to 25.00 - Wallace's Shoes, Street Floor & Kingston Downstairs Store Sales fur trimmed coats 52.00 q'"U Mo shirts Luxuriously fur trimmed wool coats in fashionable shapes tind colon. Misses .sizes'. Furs labeled to show country of origin of imported furs. , , untrimmed wool coats caiScnnti: 28.00 42.9JL: Long sleeve cotton knit polos, many turtlenecks and poor boys. 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Wools and - acrylics, sizes 34 - 40, sTm misses' stretch slacks 2.59, 2 for 5.00 nylon - rayon stretch slacks, sizes 8 - 18. misses' - shirts long and rolled sleevei, 1.77, 3 for 5.00 misses' skirts orig. 4.oo to 6,00 2.97 slim, pleated, A - lines, wool plaids and solids, 8 - 16. stretchacrylicrshells r 1.97 - misses sizes, if perfect 3.97 junior coordinates 4.90 it WiM f our" Stationer" 279 Main ?t - GL 4120 Jackets, hip hugger skirts, jjacks in bonded cotton knit, sizes 7 - 15. , men's perma - press shirts t ' 197 orig. 3.99 dress and sport shirts that never need ironing! All first quality. men's sock's ' irf. S9c , ,39c, 3 pr. 1.00 men's - T - shirts . if srt. 79c 3 for 1.00 boys' outerwear wig. 12.99 & J4.99 . 10.97 boys' sport shirts ' 1.99 2 for SAO Cotton knits, flannels and broadcloths, 'first quality, sizes 6 - 16. T women's gowns reg. 3.99 2.97 Warm brushed long and waltz length styles, prints and checks, sizes s, m, L women's panties reg. 49c ea. .3 for 1.00 nylon half slips - u perl 2.00 1.00 nylon slips reg. 2.59 1,99 - flannel - sleepwear - orig. - 2.99 1.89 pajamas, long and waltz gowns, 34 - 40, s, m, I, gowns - 42 - 48 toor - ' - r ' - - ' ' bras guary,7.59 & 1.99 1.00 stretch stockings 2 pr. 1.00 if perfect 1.15 pair; sheer seamless Agilon nylons, m & I. women's Duet flats reg .5.99 & 6.99 3.97 women s shoes reg. 6.99 & 799 American Girl fjats and Duet heel styles. ...women's sl.ippers wig. 2.99,3.49 men's rubbers reg. 2.47 Wallace's Downstairs Sfor mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Sportswear special purchase Imagine . : . that favorite of fashionable juniors, Juniorite, at special purchase savings! This season's styles, all with labels intact! Car COatS " "' usuajy J800 to 24.00 Zip - lined bench warmers, toggles, peacoats, hooded coats! Warm wool meltons, navy, plum, loden green, sizes 5 to 15., 4.97 2.38 k 1.88 I . Sweaters usually at least 8.00 Poor boys, tu7Henicks7longsleevOibs7pli1lovers in fun - textures! Vivid, dark and Rght cplors, in sizes 34 to 40. slacks - i usually 7.00 to 1000 Jcons, straightleg, basic and belted styles Corduroys, flannels and homespuns, all in the most fashionable colors, sizes 5 to 15. Skirts usually 7.00 ot 1000 Plaids.wool homespun and solids in a bevy of - colors, sizes 5 to 15. 1100 400 500 500 V T '1 1 1 1 1 Wallace's Swinging; inhy3nd Floor & Kingston . of course, you niay Charge It at Wallace's v. ' V, - w

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