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   Las Vegas Daily Optic (Newspaper) - November 3, 1961, Greater Las Vegas, New Mexico                                TTiewlng with Amnicmm Treti and mlndral U Milan Dedicated to publishing tjie tiji M LAS VEGAS PUBLISHING CO B Flntfc FiBeh Published Moodtyt Tvtidtjn U ttitjt it ll Lincoln Ate Las VrfH New flit 1 Lu Vein New Mrttco By MUth HUM MBtki 1700 L R Finch v0 Publisher Eugene Akin Bustafifl Manager Jean Managmg Editor M A Manager W H Mechanical Superintendent Brazil Source Of TV Documentaries By FRED DANZIG United Press International NEW YORK UPI Brazil where the nuts and coffee come who help Presidential Prestige helps those selves Anyhow if Brazil goes under jt wont be because of apathy on irom also is the source of some the part of our producers of TV vigorous and eloquent TV docu documentaries mentaries Thursday night CBS Reports The Channel Swim Joe Flynii presented a study called Brazil who portrays the brotherinlaw The Rude Awakening an hour on NBOTVs Joey Bishop that cannot avoid being compared Show is being dropped from the wjih ABCTVs halfhour report series as part of a general pro The Troubled Land which was duction overhaul Marty ingles comedy The CBS offering like the earcharacterization of a GI was part in giving us of last Tuesdays Dtck Van itiiary Mary A Jaramillo Funeral services for Mary A Jaramillo 315 Railroad Ave and long time resident here who died here Tuesday were held this morning at 10 from Immaculate Conception Church Rev Father themJoseph Delamore was celebrant of the funeral mass Interment was in the family plot in St Anthonys Cemetery with the following friends serving as cas ket bearers Pat Romero Julio Romero Dan Romero Filiberto Martinez Juan Trujillo and Jose Ortiz The funeral was under the PM T011 PM FRIDAY C 00 News Arrow Internatl Showtime Brides Hour Twilight Zone and Now News Phil Silvers Groucho Jack Paar t KNME CHANNEL 5 President Kennedy has put his political prestige at stake for time since he entered the White House when he in Trenton N J in behalf of Judge Richard J aired last Juno the Democratic candidate for governor The risk is The CBS offe various polls show Hughes is behind James P ier Qne succeeded Mitchell former Secretary of Labor the Republican candidate j f trio sjiy t u w than two weeks ago former President Eisenhower ferment The formula isfamiliar day Nov 15 stumped in New Jersey for his cabinet officer Touring New A feudal system that breeds pbv in order to give The New ark arid Jersey City the states two largest cities Eisenhower orty is being challenged by a re Breed a rating edge opposite yfged Mitchell as an astute and seasoned fighter for human ogamariaa among ick ABC 5 r u i i t i XL i the vounger generations And 01 TV will move the series into an also took occasion to pay his respects to the national tshe sfUiation is furiher pm starting time effective Friday Birds Bees Fishes General Science Preview direction of the Rogers Mortuary Discovery Lobo Lair Air Force Story Japanese Brush Pairing Japan Festival of the Arts Discovery 1000 Guidance For Mothers Oiiiy Festival of the Arts Fire Alarm Elementary Scieiice Montage Elementary Music Cotton Alas Al Mundo Kindergarten Friendly Giant Discovery Industry on Parade Guidance Retro spect 530 TV International By ALMANAC United Press International 1 VfvV under Kennedy as Confused inept and With irritated by the eagerness of the Tuesday Nov 14 Theseries now QUt direction Cnmmunists to fan the flames in starts even with Powell at 9 pm it Eisenhowers cilticismlUiat determined Kennedy to go to New Jersey and there reply to his charges ferrcd the ABC effort u Kennedys stock is high in public opinionpolls Perhaps he theadvantage of being less eiab decided to pit his popularity against his predeltessors He orate but more pithy and artistic had bested Eisenhowers Vice President RiclfardMNixon The Rude Awakening pro stePh Flec had bested Eisenhowers Vice President RicKard M Nixon illthe presidential campaign but he had never challenged Eisenhower himself This was a chance to let the people de cide between them commentary to brief us on Therisk is great Outside the South where elections are Brazils economic needs political usually determined at primaries between factions of the Deproblems and Eastwest posture inocratic party only New Jersey holds a statewide election There were visits to the north V presents the only clear test between the two parties in the Svs the national election The result will not be pay We Vjsited Brasilia the fu kpown until next Tuesday Having committed himself howturistic capital and surprise slot will move to Saturdayat in January The Glamor Trap a study of the belief that beauty is the key to happiness will be NBC TVs Special For Women on Thursday afternoon Nov 16 The Good Years a 90minute CBSTV special starring Henry Fonda as hostnarrator has cd comedian Mort Sahl to the Air date is Friday Jan 12 Today is Friday Nov 3 the 307rh day of the year with 58 to follow in 1961 This is World Com munity Day The moon is approaching its new phase The morning stars are Mercury and Venus The evening stars are Jupiter and Saturn On this day in history In t 1783 Congress ordered the Continental Army to demobilize In 1917 Americans back homo learned of the first death of US soldiers in combat at Nancy France In 1936 President Franklin E Roosevelt was reelected In 1960 President Eisenhower gave Vice President Richard Nix on an all out endorsement for the presidency AM TO 11 PM SATURDAY KGGMTV KOATTV KOBTV Video Village Mighty Mouse Allakazam Roy Rogers Shari Lewis Room For Daddy ANGELS SIGN SCOUTS LOS ANGELES Los ever HIS taken for granted that Kennedy will see that his Toured the Angeles Angels of the American A thought for today Dsvight Eisenhower said In the final choice a soldiers pack is not so heavy a burden as a prisoners chains slums around the city We also saw the contrasts of wealth and poverty in Rio De Janeiro and CBS Reports apparently try personalappearance is followed by a last minute burst jf Hughes having been behind before his appearance Ken nedywpuld get credit for rescuing him should he win Eisen Recjfe Kower is out of the arena and cannot be personally affected CB whether Mitchell wins or not But he would be mighty pleased ing tp piqk up a larger audience to be proven Still the undefeated Champion opened Thursday night with some footprints on the sands of time no fast spectacular shots of scantily GoklWilter FrOllt RlllHier clad dancing girls bikini beauties at a beach a breathtaking aerial A poll ofthe entire roster of 2662 delegates and alter view ofRio and some fierce League have annpunced the sign ings of scouts Nick Kamzic and Walter tDoc Gautreau When storing rubbers and ga loshes stuff them with crumpled newspapers The paper prevents cracks and splits moment I a trailer newer Italian who voted the Republican presidential nomination to mob scenos For n RichardM Nixon less than 15 months ago now prefer Senator Bought BarryGoldwater of Arizona for the nomination in 1964 Re to a postcard ballot were 1280 or 518 per cent They C voted 498 per cent for Goldwater 281 per cent for Nixon reid 163 percent for Gov Nelson A Rockefeller 3 per cent for others and 3 per cent undecided v The poll was taken by Human Eventsanewsletter that often reflects Goldwaters views It can be argued that Nixons procommunist leader Disclaimer of any interest in the 1964 nomination could shout down hecklers at swungmany votes away from him Rockefellers show rally he sot Camera work was brisk Seva would end a comment with or else this country will ex plode and wham the scene shouting we saw a try to a street as a poorthird perhaps reflects the suspicion of politicians in the kisserWas it an egg n toward one who comes in at the top a suspicionwhich can overcome by a few primary The most interesting statementmaking camera work result is the long lead given Gold water it rebut it somehow failed to pin fleets the personal turn of the delegates to a conservative down specifics in the govern ihuch the professionals favored the late Senator Robert the nomination when a Dewey Mnhoyver offered himself The poll isyim interesting l exercise no more ments program and present a If you have something to sell get quick results by calling 6796 Despite approaches the CBS and ABC studies came to the same conclusion In fact they overlapped in some areas Sevareid summed up by predict ing chaos if Brazils present gov ernment fails When the illusion dies it is a rude awakening he said He added this bit of ad vice God and under her new policies the US government REDDY SAVES YOU WORK WITH AN ELECTRIC CLOTHES DRYER Saves You Work because it ends the STRETCHING to hang heavy wet clothes on the line Saves you the discomfort of cold in winter heat in summer Elimi nates the tough hard job of LUGGING a basket of heavy clothes out to the line and back again Remember Theres No Fire In An Electric Dryer Saves You Work because it ends the strain of LIFTING a heavy basket Saves your back from strains And did you ever have the experience of having a line break or a prop fall Reddy brings an end to all of this makes washday easier and saves your manicures too 2 Out Of 3 Housewives Prefer Electric Dryers Your InvestorOwned Taxpaying Electric Utility DAILY CROSSWORD ACROSS 3 Wet spongy land ft Core 11 One seizes 12 Eagleaneat 13 Join 14 Strikes 15 Directly under 17 By 18 Dallas Texas school 2 Diminish 3 Related 4 Apportions 6 A preface 6 Mess 7 Conger 8 Constella tion 39 Blunder 21 Astero 24 Shortcake on a river bank 30 Examina tion 16 Dyewood tree 19 Five franc piece 20 Germanic letter 21 Feat 22 Famous kite flyer 23 Sax horn 25 A drone 26 Malay pewier coin 28 Cathe hal city Rug 31 Canclle nut tree fiber 85 Mongolia 36 Eye 37 Remain Sky King Flicka Mr Wizard News the Piper Basketball High Road Ranch Wants To Know Mo vs Wash Panorama Latino Carson 1 2 3 Go Bowling Mounties Leonardo Fury Frontier Show Wells Fargo Man Have Soldier of Fortune Gunsmoke Ripcord Perry Gullivers Travels Man Answe 38 Vapor com form 39 Moslem chief 40 Food scraps 42Fetish var 43 Fortify 27 Inhuman 29 Pertaining tqthe moon 30 Vivid rep resentation 32 Spains last queen 33 Ho in i 1 voting 34 Self 36 Stamp of approval 37 Arizona cactus 41 Gaze ava riciously Oil of petals 45 Sign of Zodiac 46 Send 47 Foe 48 Metal stag DOWN 1 Check niemo randum DAILY CBYFIOQUOTE Heres how to work it AXYDLBAAXB Out letter simply stands for another In A is tuei for the three Ls X for the two Os etc Single letters apo1 the length and formation of the words are all hints Each day the code letters are different A Cryptogram EIPTO SELi ZDOT LDtT VD AR APTUDYF TU O W O Yesterdays Cryptoquotes STRONGEST JfAN ON EARTH 13 HE WHO STANDS itOST UY SV FARMWAYS GROMOR For That Fall Lawn Feeding NOW IS THE TIME TO APPLY THE FALL FERTILIZER APPLICATION Tne Organic Base Turf with Chelated Trace Elements and Formulated to the Guaranteed Analysis of 1052 50 Ib Bag Farmway Record Vote Being San Miguel Vwler Martial Law V Pctro Polls to Prevent Posaibte Troupe Civil Law Under Sunpewioe County placed uwier rtiwUiU this moriiing ucdcr pfoclamation signed by Gov Tluuley Mr nod Mrs M M Sundt who are spending winter in Tucson Ariz arrived in Las Vegas late yesterday in order tq cast their votes here today Charles Santa Fe spent last weeknd here visiting with his family V v X andMrs Jamfta Wbitmore were business visitors liere today from Sapello and Mrs of were bbslness visitors in Las Vegas J Among the successful big game hunters returning to Las Vegas yesterday wereL G Wolcott and party two bucks killed in the Magdelena section and PetePan kratz seven point buck killed in the Trujillo district Starting at 8 oclock tonight election returns will be announced at the Elks club home through the courtesy of the local Lodge and La Vegas Daily Optic Ten Years Ago Amelia Scott daughter of Mr and Stott was honor guest at a party givenat the 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