the small society »i^ * • by Brickman JFK Assassination Site May Become Tourist Spot (C) 1971 N.Y. Time* News Service DALLAS — Tourists with a couple of dollars may soon be able to peer through the window from which Lee Harvey Oswald assassinated President Kennedy on Nov. 22, 1963. Aubrey Mayhew, a Nashville song promoter who owns the Texas School Book Depository, said that he planned to open the buildings sixth floor as a tourist attraction. "I am having money problems," he said. Earlier, he"had sadd that he would not "exploit" the spot from which the shots were fired that killed Kennedy and injured John B. Connally, who was the governor of Texas. , Mayhew bought the seven- story building on April 16, 1970 at an auction. He said CROSSWORD PUZZIE ACROSS 1. Expert 31. Attitude 4. Prod 32.1 do J. Cruising 33. Wild spree 11. Anchor tackle 34. Cut 12. Sonnet 36. Chance 13. Booty 38. Incline. 14. Piano keys "0. Sherry 16. Quote 44. Jot 17. Units of force 46. Celebrated 18. Counterpart 48. Billiard sticks 20. Possessive 49. Sign of the adjective zodiac 22. Prerogative 50. Greek long E 25. Frock 51. Sea eagle 28. Fodder 52. Spreading tree 30. Auricle 53. Enchanted iMlAfClHieiTlEliEPEM HHH rano racMi _ acanta QHH H SOLUTION OF SATURDAY'S PUZZLE DOWN 1. Corrosive 2. Guinea pig 3. Jacket 4. Parallel beam 5. Beverage 25 31 34 48 26 Zl US 51 to 38 ' 35 21 28 31 39 -as 49 5Z n. 29 36 37 40 33 3O so S* MZ «I5 6. Finest 7. Those without shadows• 8. Modern hip person 9. Consume 10. Span of years 15. Curb 19. Crooked 21. Haggard novel 23. Crone 24. Render fat 25. Anesthetic 26. Shortening 27. In black and white 29. Hard light wood 32. Longing 33. Frank 35. Desist 37. Proverb 39. Cancel * 41. Shoal 42. Grafted: Her. 43. Sojourn 44. Frost 1 45. Personal pronoun 47.---Ott " that he planned to make the building into a museum but did not say when. The announcement three weeks ago that he planned to open the , building to tourists prompted the John F. Kennedy Memorial Commission of Texas to ask the Texas legislature to give it the power to expropriate ihe building and turn it into a state-operated museum and memorial. Legislature Refused In 1969 the legislature refused to give the commission this power despite a warning from State Senator Mike McKool o Dallas that a-private entrepreneur might buy the building an< turn it into a tourist attracion "I think the building has a much significant historic value as Ford's Theater, where Presi dent Lincoln was assassinated,' McKool said. The legislature is not scheduled to meet again until January 1973, but a special session will probably be called early next year because of state budget problems. The Kennedy Memorial Com mission has asked that its pro posal for the state to acquir the old schoolbook warehoui be considered at that specia session. Fonda Won't Sue HOLLYWOOD (AP) - lecently Katharine Hepburn ued a pickled herring maker or $4 million, charging that er distinctive voice was usurped for radio commercials. Her fans, Miss Hepburn laimed, had been led to be- ieve that she had "stopped to perform below her class, stature, prestige and prominence." The voice, she said, was an mitation. Henry Fonda Sen. Muskie Is Favorite MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) Sen. Edmund S. Muskie is the early presidential favorite among Democratic governors but most of the party's key state' executives are keeping their options open. The Maine senator, who launched a 32-state campaign last week, was the only hopeful to gain more than scattered support in an Associated Press Henry Fonda, whose voice las also been imitated by the huckster, declines to follow suit. Fonda first learned of the imitators' use of his voice on other commercials when he was starting his television series, "The Smith Family." Despite this potential loss of revenue, the actor is not considering a suit a la Hepburn. His explanation: "It would be embarrassing to me to attempt to argue that I had a voice that was so distinctive and valuable that I could sue over somebody else's use of it. I simply couldn't do it. "Besides, I think it might be a debatable legal point as to whether a man's voice can be copyright. The defendants might say, 'We can't control this man's voice; he just happens to sound like Henry Fonda'." Election Seminar Set in Topeka TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - Representatives of the News Election Service and the fedora voting assistance tax force wil be among the speakers at an election seminar here Monday and Tuesday. The seminar is sponsored by Mrs. Elwill M. Shanahan, Kan sas secretary of state. The seminar will include dis cussion of rules and regulation for elections and the new statewide voter registration law. x>ll at the 63rd National Gov- rnors Conference in San, Juan, 'uerto Rico. Democratic governors, who TOW comprise a majority of the national group, held their third conference of the year here aturday. They were joined by state party chairmen before lying to San Juan for Sunday's start of the national conference. Predict Muskie Win Both Govs. Warren E. Hearnes of Missouri, chairman of the National organization, and Gov. Robert W. Scott of North Carolina, outgoing head of the Democratic governors, predicted Muskie wiU win the party's presidential nomination. So did Utah Gov. Calvin Rampton, like Hearnes a seven- year governor and a 1968 supporter of Hubert H. Humphrey. Besides Muskie, the only other presidential possibilities mentioned by the Democratic governors were Sen. Humphrey, Sen. Henry M. Jackson of Washington and Rep. Wilbur D. Mills of Arkansas. Of the party's hopefuls, only Muskie will speak at the national conference. Hearnes arranged for him to address the conference banquet Tuesday night. But agents for other candidate^ are expected to be present. The Nixon administration also will be well represented. Both Vice President Spiro T. Agnew and Secretary of State William P. Rogers are scheduled to speak on Monday. In discussing the 1972 outlook, many governors said it still is too early to make a judgment. Those refusing to state a preference included Govs. John J. Gilligan of Ohio and Milton J. Shapp of Pennsylvania, the two largest Northern states with Democratic executives, and the governors of such key primary states as Wisconsin, Maryland and Nebraska. Page 5 The Hutchinaon News Monday, September'l3, 1971 Scary Honeymoon LOS ANGELES (AP) "Deadly Honeymoon," starring Ryan O'Neal, will be shot here and on location in Big Sur this fall with-William Tennant producing for MGM. The film, based on a Larry Block novel, is a contemporary mystery drama dealing with a honeymooning couple whose nuptial eve is violated by hired killers. \*>hey lust alter danger the most men lust after women. 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