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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - December 12, 1968, Madison, Wisconsin PAGE 2 SECTION 3 WISCONSIN STATf JOURNAL THURSDAY DECEMBER 12 1968 of conspiring to assassinateftrial Orleans Parish trict Court in Robbs Temporarily Reunited in Thailand Shaw Trial Set for January 21 NEW OR LEANS UPI Dist Atty Jim Garrison Wednesday set Jan 21 the day after Richard Nixon is sworn in as President for the trial of Clay L Shaw on charges torney from prosecuting him The moment of truth has ar rived in this case the flamboy ant district attorney told a news conference Even if Im killed the Clay Shaw case will go to i He can get closer shaves President John F Kennedy Shaw 55would go on trial in Criminal jury trial Dis pre sided over by Judge Edward Haggerly The United States Supreme Jourt earlier this week denied a restraining order asked by Shaw against Garrison which would mve prohibited the district at Garrison says Shaw the sil verhaired former director o the New Orleans Internationa Trade Mart conspired with Lee Harvey Oswald and others to kill Mr Kennedy A few months before the president was shot to death in Dallas Nov 22 1963 Shaw has denied all the charges OFFICIAL SIZE UHfeon POINTMAKER BASKETBALL OUTSTANDING VALUE YOURS FOR ONLY 395 WITH COUPON AMD PROOF OF PURCHASE OF AMY GILLETTE BLADE OR RAZOR OUR SPECIAL Lynda Bird Robb President Johnsons elder daughter and her Marine husband Maj Charles Robb exchange warm smiles as they are reunited in Bangkok Thailand Wednes day Robb came to Bangkok from Da Nang South Vietnam for the start of a fiveday rest and recreation leave two days after the first anniversary of his marriage to Lynda Bird Mrs Robb greeted her husband with a hug and kiss as he walked from the plane but the couples plans were being kept confidential AP Wirephoto TV Net Board to Review Budget Slash by Knowles Gov Warren P Knowles ap plied he pruning knife to the state Educational Communica tions Board ECB 196971 budget request Tuesday slash ing away all but of the J84 million request The board responded by call ing a special meeting for pm Monday to discuss the gov ernors action Knowles Jnformed the board of his position on its budget in a letter after an informal review of the request He asked the board to make a concerted effort to clarify the proposed programming and op erating policies of the statewide instructional television network it proposes The board had sought a DEFLATED HOLIDAY AURORA a UPI About million operating budget and i 2075 pupils had an unscheduled six stations JhoMday Tuesday Someone let the air out of the tires of all nine school buses in the next two years which would cover most of the state Lee Franks educational com munications division adminstra tor said the amount recom mended by Knowles would leave no money for further studies or construction OUR LOW PRICE qukk way at ttwtondV EZSHOPPCK it yoar neigfcberfcee4 independent food store GIVE HIM THE TRIPLEHEADER 3T The new 35T shaves closer faster more comfortable Let him start the day the right way with etoser contfortaWe shaves The 35T with new exclusive Micro floatingheads shave so close we dare to match shaves with a blade No cuts or irritation Hell find more features too fc A popup trimmer for neat sideburns switch 1 voltage selector NORTH AMERICAN PHILIPS COMPANY INC 100 EAST 42nd STREET NEW YORK NEW YORK 10017 Redd the Want Ads for Profit Shorewood ShurSav foods 3244 University Ave in Shorewood Shopping Center OPEN SUNDAY 9 to 6 USDA CHOKE STEAK USDA CHOICE tOLLED RUMP ROAST a FRESH LEAH GROUND ROUND USDA CHOICE TOP BONELESS ft ROUND STEAK 95 FRESH LEAN GROUND BEEF u SWEET JUICY SWEET JUilT TANGERINES 3 GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS PSUSBURY FLOUR JEWS SAUSAGE Sears Christinas gift treasury fine quality furniture finished jewel eases Sale Priced for 3 days 52803488 regular to 53999 The One Per feetGift for Her a Musical wjndjniil mirror under roof regular JJ Coutessawarm hickorv finish15 velveteen lined drawers regular r American Provincial 7hand rubbed coals exotic Kcabooca hard wood solid brass hardware regular 2888 i Mission Spanish rich red cotton velveteen lining antiqife fruitwood finish rcg 19991588 e Lattice Look lattice design on doors contrast with honey tone fruit wood finish rep i Italian Renaissance antique solid brass hardware enhances lines of old world classic rep 1999 1688 g Ior the Young Contemporary Walnut finish 3 divided drawer band rubbed finish rep 1299928 Americana Warm hickorv finish rich blue cotton velveteen lining regular V vMVwMWh mmt SAVE 38 COCA COLA MILLER HIGH LIFE ox PACKS 6 Pack No Return Store Hours Mon thru Fri ft9 to 6 Sunday 9 to 6 KS BAItmY MUVHKD FMSHDAMLY Your Chrittmtu Dollars Go Further at SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE Sathfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back Sears 1EABK KORMXaC AMD CO 1101 E Washington Avr Phone 2566831 Open Daily in 9 Salurdav 9 to 9 V 1 i t
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