10 - Mon., March 16, 1964 Redlantis Daily Pacts - x^ \3i m -K V \ WHIRLWIND TOUR - New York Gov. Nelson Rockefeller, right, holds press conference in Fresno, Calif., with U. S. Sen. Thomas Kuchel while on o whirlwind tour to win vote* for the June presidential primary. • (NEA Telephoto) LEAVES COURTROOM — Jack Ruby is shown leaving the Dollos courtroom moments after the jury found him guilty. (NEA Telephoto) VIEWED FROM ABOVE-View from a British Army helicopter shows Turkish Cypriof home burning in Ktima, following bazooka attacks by Greek Cypriots, who also cut off roods leading to the town. Even while o Conadiort vanguard of the U. N. peace force Was en route to this area, British forces were given orders to kill any violators of the \rvco line in Nicosia. (NEA Telephoto) HELD RUBY'S FATE — Jurors who found Jock Ruby "guilty of ore shown walking to breakfost accompanied by several murder with malice . . . and assess his punishment ot death" deputy sheriffs prior to deliberation. (NEA Telephoto) M.^:....L • OA. J A.F.S. TMCKSONVILiE »^Me)00t;rne Sl\ .^'I 'Tf Lc's and ^ Soresoto PolnBeoch RUN FOR COVER — Turkish Cypriots run across Greek Cypriot field of fire in suburb of Trak- homos OS they try to join others in houses seen in background. (NEA Radio-Telephoto) TRAFFIC PROBLEM: Cars, •whicli must fight past trucks and hiiQdozers' grounds, sit parked in front of tlie Unisphere, World's Fair symbol. to enter the SHE CARED ENOUGH—When Susan Bennett, Oeft), 16, of Fort Worth, Tex, read about the world's homeless chQdren, she decided to do something. Without telling her parents, she skimped on school lunches, saved her summer-job money and began sending $15 a month to the Foster Parents' Flan to help Sung Han Sul (right), a Korean orphan who was found wanderiAg aimlessly on the dirty streets of Pusan. Susan gets letters from those who attend little Sqng and, one day. Song wiU be told about Susan, a teen-ager who cared enough to become her adopted 'Smother." FLOKID.A SHORT CUT—The cross-Florida barge canal which was begun with a ceremonial blast touched off by President Johnson will he 107 miles in length when completed. It will take from eight to ten years to put it into operation. SEEIXG THE LIGHT—Although it appears that Mrs. Carrol JUlIer has a head for parties—garden parties—her crazy hat has a more serious note. Mrs. Miller, from Missoula, Mont, and chairman of the Law Observance and Crime Prevention division of the General Federation of Women's Clubs, travels the country promoting the cause for better- lighting to reduce purge snatching and muggings. WHO'S BEEN SLEEPING IN MY BED7-Ten doUs, that's wh(K^d only Julie arranged all her dolls in her parents' bed, then climbed in with them, one is reaL You probably won't see JuUe Aims, 8. of San Rafael, Calif^ ' , *- ^ uien tJiuocu ui w.ui lueui. at first glance, but if you look closely, she's the sirth- doll from the left She railed the femily to come in and see, thinking nobody would recognize her tmong her friends. And nobody did—at least for a moment TALL, F.4ST DBINK—Remarkably detailed view shows a KC-135 tanker,' left, giving a F-105 jet a long drink of fuel over Florida. The F-105 is equipped with a new fitting which allovifS it to "drink" via the boom method, above, or through the trailing hose-type operation performed by other types of aerial tanker.
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