The Pantagraph from Bloomington, Illinois on November 22, 1963 · Page 17
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Tragedy Ends Kennedy's Tour Tantacraph, Rloomlntffon, Til., Friday. Xov. 1!W3. 17 1 .4 J -?4nr to Q2!P fTHTiTH) Q3jHii I Dallas (AP) President John F. Kennedy slumped down in back scat of car J after being shot Friday in downtown Dallas. Mrs. Kennedy leans over mortally ' wounded President as unidentified man stands on bumper of official car. Slate Summit KINGSTON (AP) - A summit meeting of the heads of government of Jamaica, Trini-dad-T 0 b a g 0, British Guiana and Barbados is to be held in Jamaica Jan. 12. Pantagraph Phones 824-3041 FAft RETAIL UWW J GRADE A I.AKCK 4."c Mr doz. MKDIl M 30c pT dnz. Pullet 25c por dnz. Extra Large When Available Hayes Hatchery 312 S. Center, Bloomington, III. Victim Claims Tavern Assault Impaired Sight PEKIN Ernest J. Rassi of Washington, claiming he lost sight in one eye because of an assault in a tavern two years ago, filed a $100,000 damage suit Wednesday in Tazewell County Circuit Court. Rassi claims he was cut about the eye with a broken glass tumbler, wielded by Melvin Terry. The assault occurred Nov. 26, 1961, in the South Side Tavern at Washington, according to Rassi's complaint. Rassi is suing Terry for $50,000, claiming that the injury was a malicious assault. He is also seeking a $50,000 dram shop judgment from Charles G. Rider, operator of the tavern, claiming that the incident resulted because Terry l i 7 I i lSCl 1'' . If W3- V-O tVfl '-iif l4 .frV '-I 1 piVti fTr "t ..sfetsik-g-.J., tv r. ...-jj President John F. Kennedy addresses a large crowd Friday in Foi-t Worth, Tex., before being guest of honor at a breakfast. Standing in background, loft to right, are Texas Gov. John Connally and Vice-President Johnson. Suspect Arson In 2nd Jersey Fire in Week ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. I LTD The second major fire here this week destroyed the Surf Theater Thursday and routed 12 persons from apartments on upper floors. The movie house is about a mile and a half from the Surfside Hotel where 25 persons were killed in a gigantic blaze Monday. Police investigated a report by three eyewitnesses that they smelled gasoline as the fire broke out and saw a man car rying a can running from the vicinity of the theater. Two more bodies were found in the Surfside hotel rubble, bringing the total to 1.1 One of the victims died in Atlantic City Hospital of severe burns. The movie fire was discovered a few hours after a known arsonist was released after questioning by police in connection with the hotel blaze. Tho man, who was not identified, had "a good alibi," authorities said. Damage to the theater was unofficially estimated at $150,-000. The suspect in the hotel fire was arrested Wednesday night !after a 24 hour search by police. A bus driver reported the 'man boarded his bus near the : scene of the fire 40 minutes af ter the first alarm was sounded. was intoxicated served him there. from liquor France was the first country in the world to adopt the metric system of measuring. overturned on tlhopolii blacktop road south o Mount Pulaski Wednesdnv night Frnest D Rule, British Columbia, fined 15 and costs lor following too close ly Herman Ireland, Lincoln, fined t Itxi fined and costs tor possession of hen t?o nrt is mot Inr rtriwina too fast tor Dheasant. conditions; arrested by Slate Trocper . Herbert Rarr, McLean, lined 135 and Robert Reentz alter his car skidded and costs lor lack of hunllna license. LOGAN COUNTY JUSTICE OF PEACE COURT (Heard by John Turner) Raymond Sleskil, Springlicld, BULLETIN Bloomington public schools were dismissed shortly after 2 p.m. because of President Kennedy's death. Trinity Lutheran School's 300 pupils were in a special religious chapel at 2:30 p.m. The Bloomington Normal Area Council of Churches said all churches in the Twin Cities were being opened for prayer. Enofi Anderson Blooming ton, lit. li. H. Allx-rs Delavan, III. George Konz Robert!, III. lu John Bldnor Mamlield, III. Glenn Rradd Saybrook, II'. 4 Louis F. C'arius Morton, III. Ken Coulter L'oniervllle, III. (Ml John F. Donovan t'hatiworth, III. Ism mm. J. ( . FhiK h Falrhury, III. imp V, - - . t i . Arthur (iarher Waihburn, III. Dale lliimmltt Lincoln, III. f5 i h kkli M. W. Iliiyeraft K. R. 1, Wapellft Morris Jones Lexlnfton, 111. XX Ivan Metx Forreit, Ilk tarn . LM1J Fred Murphy McLean, III. r-V rV1:j Ralph Hinkenlwrgei Grldlff, IIL Harold Kindred Bloomlniton, IIL pwm w" - W ' H. P. Miller Oinvtri, III. Wally Norris Normal, III, 7; li Carl Ronnnw rontlie, III. If You Want a Buying Crowd at Your Public Closing Out Sale . . . Just Tell More Than 10,500 Pantagraph Farm Subscribers About It! We are not bragging - just stating a fact! The bulk of your buying audience will come from the 8 counties served by the Daily Pantagraph. No other medium or type of advertising can contact as large or as wide a farm audience as does the Daily Pantagraph. Doesn't it stand to reason then that your Closing Out Public Sale Advertising should be concentrated in The Daily Pantagraph? You'll Need a Good Auctioneer! So, just consult one of these men and they can give you the benefit of many years' experience in the auction field. You'll also find them recommending using Pantagraph Public Sale advertising to the fullest extent. Be Sure Your Sale Is Listed in Our FREE 'DIRECTORY OF COMING PUBLIC SALES' Published Every Day Except Sunday An advertisement ot 5 inehrs or more published 2 or more times, entitles advertiser to a free directory listing published Daily except Sunday to begin 21 days before the sale. Sales advertised less than this will be listed beginning 6 days before the sale. w' Ljle Shambrook Roberta, III. For More Information Come to Our Office or Write Public Sale Department Bloomington, III. Puton, III. rTWe F.arl .1. Martin II Pus, ill Julius II. Miller Sr. oir.i, in. 4" Wurren Martin Clinton. III. Will m Merle Miller Lt R., III HQ ii Phillip Reynold Ljnn HlnUenherger R. R. I, Rlnemlnitoa GtHlrf, III. l. r1 w K. II. SIcM lisoii Lriltiflon. IIL I(inard Slxnier Mlnank, III. So OaivncP Stoller . R, aridity R. A. Stroh Glbion Cllf. III. BUI Swornoy tmiS M.rGrrior Bloomlniton. III. Joe R. Sweeney MIS N. M.ln Bloomlniton, 111. Lugene Thlerer Ktihbarn, III tm t ?f Henry J. Wlegand Sweeter T. W Ijcgen C.rl.ck. Ml. tlntoln, III. It- L I)'an Vwler D.nrrri, IIL 5 t -1 Ritx-rt Vmler Dinfri, 111. j R Ralph L. ZhIm I wi Main ft Bloomlnitoa, III. Dim Zonk f armrr Ur. III. .4 ' iV: Il irold Zuhrlst iMrtamor. IIL

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