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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - November 5, 1968, Wellsville, New York                                Reporter Eighty eighth Year Serving Potfer Counties NEW Tuesday November 1968 Ten Cents Per Copy Bulletin PARIS AP The first scheduled peace talks since the bombing halt in due were post poned today because of the absence of a delegation from the Saigon A delegation spokes iti announcing tint the session will not be added that the United Stalls hopes the South Vi tsnnipsc government will send a nego tiating team in the near fu Terrific Turnout of Voters Add Suspense to Elections Heads Home To Sweat Very Important School Report Special report on the Wells ville District School Boards plans for additional school fa Please see Page Readers with interest in Wellsville schools are urged to read this indepth report on last nights special bourd Sec page LOS ANGELES AP The last parade was Hie last television broadcast had the last hands had been REHEARSAL Susan Ilazxard of only gal member of the cast of 14 is ie hearsing with 1 to r Bob Chase of John Main of Mike Holdridge of New Berlin and Bob Greenfield of Canisteo lor the Wellsville Division of Alfred AgTech production of And Hubert Humphrey head Roberts to presented in the Howe Library aliditorium this Wednesday and Tlnirs ed home to tcday to wait to learn how the rest of America day Reporter Wellsville Girl in Cast Of Alfred AgTech Drama Wallace Awaits Very Long Shot Late Polls Humphrey Takes Lead NEW YORK AP The ma jor public opinion polls were split as the nation began voting AP Early reports from New York City and upstate polling places indicated a surprisingly heavy turnout for todays which has been projected as perhaps the clos est major race in New York State in 14 Skies were cloudy over most of the state but temperatures were as the early voters went to the A spokesman for the New York City Board of Elections said the numbers at the polls were greater than This probably provided a good omen for Vice President Hubert Humphreys presidential chances in the since New York City is heavily Democrat In the Buffalo the voting was heavier than normal in the first two hours after polling places opened at 6 large ly because of commuting work rs balloting in the suburbs be fore The numbers in Ro chester were called a shade un ALFRED Members of the General admission tickets for vole lociay jn his hometown of Wellsville Vocational Division of the public will be on sale the ciayton the rural commu University Agricultural nighl of nil where he began his i m u i u i A i Directed by Barbara rawipv and Technical College at Al maikabie political to uriii await Will await drama assistant at the had tod A Harris poll The vice president ended his showed Democrat Hubert campaign Monday night with a Humphrey eading for the first AP 4hour appearance on na 43 to 40 per cent over Re George Wallace casts his tionwide publican Richard EARLY VOTER Edward of 33 Wheeler der The final Harris survey rewas one the early voters at the District 2 polling place Syracuse and the rest of On leased Monday afternoon indiin tne Municipal showing up shortly after to ondaga and all o R npnf m asil his officials in the village reported shortly reported goodtoheavy before noon that voting was steady but lighter than in the last in many polling places WlailCC It fred will stage their first drama e play w 1 Iso be present Wallace wil1 the elff Hl P VIQIIW5 dismissed by John production of the season this NP0v 8 101 at the Stale Uni J cSSn a By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Nixons national campaign man VG1 cinCl i o n 111 c All xv i i i itt numjiucy HI IL presidenlial Polls remain open until i Reporter noted that voters were not snend dismissed by John hntns nciea mai voieis weie noi spena Roberts will be the College at offering of the group on Wed The piay involves a World nesday and Thursday 67 War II Navy vessel that seems with curtain time scheduled for lo have been forgotten by the 8 both evenings at tho nigh Deadly bore Nancy Auditorium in donl sets in as tne crews only battles are with their The only girl in the cast of has night for his election offices to bo filled include Ihose ol vice presi The final Gallup poll which 21 all members was published Monday morning of the House of showed Nixon ahead 42 to 40 per more than a third of the cent with 14 per cent for third The major party candidates party candidate George Wal for president and vice presi lace and 4 per cent HOLLYWOOD AP Singer dent DemocratsHubert Both the Gallup and Harris Mama Cass Elliott Enters Hospital 14 is Susan of Wells known that hejoined the war to Mama Cass Elliott was admit Humphrey and Edmund Mus polls have showed Humphrey who also is doubling as fiKht and asks for a transfer ted to a Monday for kie RepublicanRichard gaining momentum in recent assistant to the Rob to anoiher ship sides with the treatment of Nixon and Spiro Democratic National ert Chase of Cuba is a sec men in their problems with the Her Charles American IndependentsGeorge Chairman Lawrence OBrien ond Allegany County resident skipper and eventually leaves said she may be hospi Wallace and Curtis Le said the final Harris survey in the the ship for combat tali zed for up People Invading Cemetery to See Luke the Ghost to five The 21 By JOE KROVISKY Associated Press Writer AP American Vofers Unpredictable showed the vice president was governorships to be over the top filled now are held by 13 Demo Since both of the major sur crats and 8 Count vey firms allow for a 3 to 4 per ing the 29 states not electing cent margin of the most governors this Republi recent surveys suggested a very cans now hold a 2624 edge in close race with the possibility of statehouse a near dead heat in the popular The 34 Senate seats to be WASHINGTON AP A none of the candidates would filled now are held bv 23 Demo People are invading Willow election campaign Ret the 270 Electoral College crals and 11 Republicans The Dale Cemetery at by the P esiden Ial elecl camf k votes needed lo which Democrats currently control the in search of a ghost clouded by war abroad dS would force the final decision 63 o called But the police chiel at honie ended loday into the House of RepresentsAH seats in lne which says hell have to have a piv with ils outcome in tne hands of Uves the first since the Democrats now control 245 raise before hell join any such lne most Ameri g25 to 187 with 3 are to voter in two The issue of tne Viet be filled Ive done a lot of reading on A forecast of fair weather for nam wai which Estimated vole close to 73 says Sue and it most of the nallon held the dent Johnsons stepping down seems that its and I Promise of a voterturnout ex and made battlefield of ble until proven otherwise four vears ago So far the last few Sue The threeway and many others of all ages have invaded Ihe cemetery look Poll closing hours range from sclay lo 2 EST nated a remained presidential paramounl to the contest beiwn with Republican afler backing Hiihard Nixon a runaway fa dent Johnson to the hilt on the ing for variously de vorite lo tne Vietnam bombing halt that lift scribed as a slightly greatest political comebacks in ed Humpnreys last minute blurred figure floating about hlslory and some doubt whether h questioned the move in two feet above Ihe ground or n emocral Hubert Humphrey an eleclion eve man with a distinguished crop ould ol mdeHe said he had a very dis of iron gray hair wearing n blue C gleaned from suit with a Il cnded an unnamed Air Force ing much time in the perhaps indicative of little tick Albany and Kingston voting al so looked The Adirondack community of where there are no local reported unex pectedly long lines at the The turnout in Auburn was great er than In Glens Falls it was In the Southern Bingharn ton reported very good to heavy and Salamanca had more early voters than Landlord to Pay In Discrimination NEW YORK AP For the first the State Division of Human Rights has ordered a landlords wages garnisheed be cause he refused to rent an apartment to a Negro A spokesman for the division By CARL LEUBSDORF three account for said Monday that the Associated Press Writer 55 of the 270 electoral voles Leo Zaccaro of would WASHINGTON AP A key needed to be a hint have to pay Juanita Miller to the outcome of the presiden Democrats might survive an for expenses she and her tial election could come from pected strong Nixon tide in the family incurred after he refused the results of three early reportless populous states of Ihe to rent them a fourroom apart ing Connect Defeat of Democratic ment in April 1967 and later AP cut and Abraham Ribicoff of Conrented it to a white Voting Results Obtainable From Party Headquarters Allegany Comity residents interested in the returns of to days from national on through to local candidates are asked to call cither the Democratic or Republican head quarters instead of the Wellsville Daily The Democratic headquarters phone number is the 4494 or Both headquarters will have television sets for those interested in following national re and representatives from botli parties will obtain dis county and local results from the Reporter as quickly as received by the news This threeway participation will help the Reporter staff in obtaining as quickly as possible election and will prevent the tieup of phones in answering when voting results from the 4 districts will he coming Three States Hold Harry Truman White House Keys TOO WT1 J 1 Casts Vote With a Quip Democrat Control Of Congress May Elect Humphrey By EDIMOND LeBRETON Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON AP Demand temperatures were near Youd if inu Slldl major inioads into Nix was moving are favored to retain con Asked if he had talked with you were out there says Wil maiBn iat publk opinio thousands of tons of supplies tral todav of a Congress that President Johnson or Ham police chief of refused to cal1 a win into South Bradford I sat out there and just There were easily 50 people who came to look for this Two of I hem even had tape says I tell them its a and ne I think President Johnson Hubert face the longshot possibiliHumphrey Truman replied of a president and If they have not done enough Chances mcreased lhal went into the bombing halt with vice to win the election now it is too n good Nixon The threeway presidential late for me to do anytmng for KepUD ICan he in what appeared contest has tightened enough to lhem V to be a shift in his stance John definitely increase the possibili Truman walked two blocks from early reporting three states Pennsylvania would be a bad granted to Miller and her his home today to cast his bal would mean almost certain viesign for was based lot in Memorial Building where tory for Republican Richard Nixon would be in trouble if on the difference over a two he has voted for many Democrats retain House seats year period between the rent of On the walk he chatted with Even if Hubert Humphrey lield bv Irwin of the apartment owned by Zacca newsmen and said thh was captured all three howConnecticut and John Dow of ro anc tnat of another apart good Democrat weather and everi u would not mean a cerNew ment which Miller later that it would have been a better tain Democratic Victory by Democrat Allard the department But a strong showing in Ihe KLowenslein in New York City would be another favorable omen for Dwight Eisenhowers 1956 landslide reelection triumph be gan when he captured early re porting This Humphrey could be Democratic day if it had been The sky was overcast Closest Major Election in Fourteen Years CLOUDY seriously damaged by possible ALBANY N Y AP The defections Of blue collar union WASHINGTON c Seen AP Truman was the G7th voter in C011tesl for New YoiVs 43 membeislo third party norni son had relied on a team of y todays balloting will be inthe precinct where voting is by toral votes went to the voters lo Wallace in Con machine day with the prospect that it ennsy Re tired men for conclusive in terms of electoral they just look at me and say who have steadily in Humphrey branded the Nixon they believe in a creased their share of the nacharge totally If this After he left the polling place WOLlld be the closest although ne went by Palmer Jumor Hlg tion here in 14 Hiyearokl senior at ions governorships in the last and accused the Republican of chances still are that it and stopped iu wave M election observers ex Npom says she our sloml BMll and jump the S is one of the Two fhance of widening the to 24 can nights she and three of hoi girl friends went out lo the cem etery on a dark and snowy Sitting on the steps of a man those they asked an ouija its surface illuminated by their cars ques tions about the We asked certain says Like Would Luke come out again The an swer but it didnt disclose any Sue says her friends have tak en tape recorders to the ceme tery and the when played contain ghostly who has heard the same says they are non margin they now hold over the Governors will be elected in 21 Democrats hold 13 of Republicans only Nixons Final Salvo at KHH Truman Earthquakes Jolt Northern Albania it will be up to the dows to wave hlmJ for the third time in his Returning home Tri i i M Q n LAfi h3fi to elecl a president while indUKeu wuu uau tne narrowest since the Senate picks a vice presi companied him and remarked Averell Harriman won the gov I have always cooperated with ernorship in 1954 by Ili000 votes But there are so many uncer you lainties that Democrat Hubert my advice Humphrey cant be sure that IflCiOnGSiCin CODS PVPn onntwillart Helldrivers Regional Forecast Cloudy temperature rising to 55 to 60 Becom The keys to many of the big ing generally overcast slates are their big cities where probably followed by period of areas to is considered heavily pro near 40 jn scattered rural sec even a Democraticly controlled publican Richard Nixon and 1 Democrat Hubert Humphrey Hmnnlirev u u r j Ee an High 55 to Both candidates have placed Variable mostly 10 or heavy stress on the seven large less northeast becoming south stales of New Pennsylva erly 10 to 20 Hiah 50 Low 40 California and with a Local Deport combined loud of 210 electoral Temperature extremes varied by only 10 degrees in the 24 hour period ending shortly be fore noon The high was recorded at 2 and the at 9 mid night 3 and 6 at the VI AP Water and Light In that memorable the outcome was in doubt until a re canvas confirmed that Harri man had beaten Republican ing Ives by less than one half of r cent of the total vole A spokesman for Rocke Vermont 104 Led Alumni Parade LOS ANGELES AP Rich ard Nixon triggered an unu sual eleclion eve campaign joust with Hubert Humphrey vote him into lhe by reporting Hanoi may be lak e JAKARTA AP Indonesian one Yugoslavia AP ing advantage of the Vietnam Most suiveys indicate Demo police and troops stripped 50 casl A series of light earthquakes bombing trats niight have a lead of 40 young speeders to their under A jolted northern Albania and Appearing on a net seals oul of tlie ll35 When marched them through feller said the antici towns on the South Adriatic work telethon Monday the Congress with three the streets and threw them into pating a close was p re coast of Montenegro Republican presidential candi he Democrats led a pared to impound the if Henry Bratlleboros Precipitation from 8 the day after a larger quake in date said b in The nicknamed oldest died Monday to 8 today the area killed one woman and I read a very disturbing re sisl they will control the new hell drivers for their flagrant By the other big con He was 104 Barometer steady at 3oll injured over port this afternoon in which an IIouse speeding along the citys boule test here this year shaped up He was the oldest alumnus of at No further casualties or dam Air Force general pointed out But for presidential election were caught at police as a runaway for Senator Brattleboro High School and he The temperatures age but there were no reports that the North Vietnamese are what counts is control Jacob the liberal Re led the alumni parade every Yesterday noon 3 from The larger quake moving thousands of tons of of state delegations in the They were released without publican seeking a third term wearing a doublebreasted 6 9 And says If Ive destroyed about 350 houses and supplies down the Ho Chi Minn since each stale casts being charged but their cars against Democrat Paul ODwyer straw hat and night got to chase then they damaged over in Monte Trail and thai our bombers are one with needed to and motor bikes were impound and Conservative with the numerals 1884 on an Today 3 0 better raise my not able to slop ed for a arm 9 Remember to Vote The Polls Are Open Until 9   

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