The Pantagraph from Bloomington, Illinois on November 22, 1963 · Page 12
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The Pantagraph from Bloomington, Illinois · Page 12

Bloomington, Illinois
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Friday, November 22, 1963
Page 12
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a-jaaja-apajaa ?tI '.'1 , i5 i i.. ' - . - . .-. . i if, '-.Air 7 Bloomington Early Slop On Kennedy Campaign Tour Pantapraph, Blooming;tfn 9 Made Short Visit to City Oct. 24, 1959 President Kennedy, shot Friday in Dallas, Tex., is shown in Pantagraph photo, above, as lie visited Bloomington Oct. 24, 19.19. Then a U.S. senator, he was a guest at a Democratic Parly reception. With him is State Rep. Joe Russell of Piper City, at left. The President paid the visit here despite had weather which delayed his flight two hours. MAYOR VOICES CITY'S GRIEF place at the then Davidson's Restaurant on Route 66. In a brief talk of a formal nature during the reception, Mr. Kennedy closed by paraphrasing lines authored by Robert Frost whom he often has called With the confirmation of the President's death at 1:38 p.m., Bloomington - Normal, iirc- imiiiuLiiiiLii. un ... , . , I hie t'jinnlo nnm Bu TAM r.MMRPn I ihr u,r.rM ui n iinrrprl into """- r"' "J --"'- " U) , o , , President Kennedy, fatally sadness. we nave jjioh.ism w wounded by an assassin's bullet! Sajd Mayor Robert Mc- ana m,ies 10 8 UL,ure 1 MLtIJ-in Dallas, Tex., today, was in1 (;raw speaking for the city: ! Fm Bloomington Mr. Ken-Bloomington in October, 1959. "All Bloomington is shocked nedy and his abbreviated party He was then Sen. John F. and saddened by the death of went to Springfield by car. Kennedy and just launching a our President." ' Addressed Rally campaign that made him presi- President Kennedy's visits to dent more than a year later, awaiting the candidate's ar- Illinois since 1959 included a Mr. Kennedy came to Bloom-: rival. I stop in Springfield Oct. 19, 1962. ington on a cold, windy day,! others included people from While there he addressed a stepping out of an airplane at Pontiac and a host of other area D e m o c r a t i c rally in the the municipal airport with the cities. 'coliseum building at the Illinois statement: j It was 11:18 a.m. on a Satur-' State Fair Grounds. "Only for the Democratic day when Mr. Kennedy reached j From Springfield the Presi-Party." ; Bloomington. 'dent had intended to travel to He said it as a measure of; Mrs. Ives held an umbrella the West Coast for other the tremendously tough ride it over the young senator as he speeches in advance of the No- took to get him here. walked across ramps at the air- vember, 1962, congressional port. elections. Short Stay ! 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Mr. Kennedy was Greeted by o a crowd ol admirers including; I1LL,C uvtI A reception for 1111 .J . aWl IIWiH TVi. .Ililitl "a. lai Stevenson, who twice had been his party's presidential nominee. A brisk wind and rain delayed the senator's arrival by more than two hours. A Kennedy contingent including his sister, Mrs. Sargent Shriver, had intended to fly here from Chicago in a large chartered airplane. But because of gusts up to 45 miles an hour (which keptl Ozark planes from landing at Bloomington) a substitute air-1 plane was called into service at Chicago. Light Plane Mr. Kennedy came in a five-seat craft with only his press : aide, Bob Wallace; a Chicago newspaperman and two pilots! aboard. ! State Rep. Joe Russell of Pi-j per City was among the group Drunk Driving Suspect Taken John A. Sullivan, 43, of Chi cago was arrested by state po-i lice at 3:10 p.m. Thursday at U.S. fifi and Oakland Avenue a and taken to countv iail on two charges. Sullivan will appear before Justice of Peace Ivan Light ' today on charges of driving while intoxicated and illegal transportation of liquor. Break-Ins Fail At 2 Places Burglars attempted break-ins at two neighboring business establishments between 6:30 p.m. Thursday and 6 a.m. Friday, according to separate reports filed with Bloomington police. ! A lock was pried off a door at the Manufactured Ice Co.,! and a window was broken just) above a lock at the Bercnz As-i phalt office, both at 312 S. Lee. Entrance was not gained at either place, police said. Man, 36, Charged With Hitting Boy Cordon Wilson, 36. of 408 E. Mulberry posted $500 bond for appearance at 10 a.m. Saturday in Bloomington police court on an assault charge. He was arrested by Bloomington police at 8:45 p.m. Thursday in the 400 block of West Front on a complaint signed by ; Richard E. Hedstrom. The complaint states that Wilson struck Hedstrom's 14-year-old son Wednesday. Carrell DeatfT Ruled Avoidable Accident A coroner's jury ruled Thursday that the death of Mrs. Frances E. Carrell of Arrow-smith was accidental. The jury ruled further that she died in an accident avoidable on her part. Mrs. Carrell died Nov. 8 of injuries she suffered in an automobile accident Nov. 7 on Illinois 9 four miles east of Bloomington. Her car and one driven by Dean E. R. Mines of R R. 2, Normal, collided. Chance To Speak At Music Confab Varner M. Chance, associate' professor of music education at Illinois Wesleyan University, will speak to the district III meeting of the Illinois Music Educators Association in Ur-bana Friday on "Techniques of, Developing Sight Reading." him turned to Washington, D.C., be took cause of the Cuban crisis. It was a smiling Kennedy who greeted crowds at Springfield Oct. 19, 1962 when he flew into the state capital for a speech at fairgrounds. He left Illinois hurriedly, flew to Washington to handle Cuban 'crisis. (Pantagraph Photos) 7 ? 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