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Morgantown Dominion News (Newspaper) - October 4, 1963, Morgantown, West Virginia
Weather Eye High 64 to 72 mostly sunny 5th? in mum rus Al reports state politics eve Rev Friday vol. 88, no. 237 mob my the Latta pm Litant Taamai Morgantown w. Vt., Friday morning october 4, 1963 Price seven cent dodgers take 2-game Lead to la Hunting and heart attacks need not go together done to break a Hunters heart you see linear headlines every time the a Rasta Rolls around Quot first week Hunting toil six Deer to heart f it s a fact that in most states More Hunting deaths and tam Altir. Are Tai ipod Fry heart attacks than by gunshot Woutis yet and heart at larks need not go together the West Virg in heart a striation sat i in this third in a series of articles on heart attacks of course Hunting does have its St re Sims. Sloshing through Marsh or Bramble bus dredging Uphill stalking the Ricer handling the animals carcass told weather High altitudes each a id All o hese ran ii pose a Grea Irr than u Ual Strain of i he heart whether or not your Xart an take the Rigours of Hunting is for your dry Tor to dec de. Some people an surprised when they hear that a Friend who has had a heart attack is going Hunt a my a with his Dor Tor i no v t re or Man who know he has heart d ease has a Bene a Hare of surviving a Hunt inc trip than Many others if he respects his in to Ops of the recovered heart patient follows his doctors advice carefully and does t push tvs Lurk he can a nov Hunting for scars to Rome More often ban rot die h inters who make the hear tics Are the men who Haven to had a Phy Cal examination in years. Be Twe it n hun1 no o i on hot a e Are they rarely exert a More than their vocal cords. Yet they re determined continued pm stunned \ auks use Day off for travel to regroup forces pod Rev sets Don ii Mph York t1 i on Meeds of Koufax opening w in to keep i col. 5 up Flimm 8,655 attend Wolf University sets enrolment Mark an at time or it Ord enrolment which surpasses by More than too the number of students it per Ted this fall by i planners was announced today in West Virginia University. The number of students attend my classes Bereth a fall is 8 655, state press meets Here next week three outstanding my spar executives will appear on the program of the annual convention and business meeting of the West Virgin a press Assoc action which meets in Morgantown oct Roll 12 at hotel Morgan. Addressing the convention banquet oct 12 will be fan Hugh Mac Donald Deputy Cha Man of the Board of Ihorn a re Ltd., Toronto. Canada this is the same firm which recently purchased the Fairmont newspapers. Speaking during the business a Anions will be Warren i Neh general manager of american newspaper representatives new York a and George s. I Fitzroy of the Julius Mathew Spena Agency Philadelphia University president or Paul a. Miller will speak at the Friday luncheon and Edwin o Meyer Secretary. Manager of the Virginia press association will speak at the oct. La dinner problems of All depart men s of the newspaper w la lie discussed at the various workshops during morning and afternoon sessions Friday and saturday. A special continued. Pm 2. Cml i up More than 506 from the Prev it it us Rex Ord of 8 320 set Only last year. The major Pari of the enrolment in Reave s in the important f rid of graduate studies an area of increased emphasis at the University and across the nation in recent years this fall 1,381 students arc doing graduate work at Wai compared to 1,130 last fall Many other Brant lies of the urn. Verify also Are sharing in the enrolment a n a breakdown with last years comparable figure in parentheses follows College of agriculture f forestry a Home economic. 672 716 College of arts amp St Encis 3,028 3 017 College of Commerce 2t>8 276college of education 396 347 College of eng Nee ring i,-102 1,173. Parkersr it org Branch. 153 iss school of journalism 55 41 school of mines 53 56 Kanawha Valley Center. 85 70 St Bot j of music l.r>4 141school of physical Ami health education recreation Ami safety. 466 438 College of jew 192 176 school of Medicine 248 229 school of nursing 187 151 school of pharmacy 60 67 school of dentistry. 156 124. Outside the professional schools the enrolment include 1.747 Fres Limen 1,600 sophomores i -497 juniors. I 428 seniors and 344 new York up Johnny Podres reached eight years into the thursday to prove again his Mastery Over the new Yuk Yankees with a 4 to i Triumph that gave the battling to Angeles dodgers their second i straight world series Victory. On the heels of Sandy Koufax Brilliant opening game Triumph j the 31-year old pod re once again showed the Yankees the class Ami j courage with which he beat them in 1955 to sweep the dodgers to their first world championship. His Blue Gray shirt soaked with the perspiration of determination and labor one of the last of the old dodgers of subway series Ark lit a Days lived up to the agent president Kennedy came to a Gutter of their new mov Eland Kansas thursday to declare the Home by his Way out of government s helping three jams he Cousin ? que e a Orval i a bus Public y de Way. The last t me he was lost the shutout by Clinch the win. It also Hung the Deles Balling Young Al Dot or touched for seven fan i is Kennedy collide was three those bats ii former in the ent on to it on fuelling who h a and runs in five inn nos by supposedly weak dodger i Clung a Home run by Moose Skowro to fourth inning. Were d to perform tomorrow a West Virginia Centennial s Parade of flags will by seen saturday before Iho West v Irginia University Oregon football game. The ceremony will be hold at 12 30. The group was formed by the Marion county Centennial committee and is composed by senior boy scouts from Marion Monon Galia and Preston counties and Bondsmen from Monongah High school. County Council of churches to Back school Levy renewal Monni Igainia county Council of per cent Cut r finances we lie a on army reposed on rhe cloth Federal build a new South gov ounce to his face the Kennedy civil rights program As a a Civ .1 Kennedy said a Quot new South is on the Rise and As evidence pointed to the $46 7 million greers ferry dam he dedicated at Heber Springs Ark. 84 Miles Northeast of Little rot k f a bus. Whose capital City was the first cockpit of school race segregate on violence in 1957, accused the government of a unworkable proposals to solve such As civil rights and demanded that the government keep hands off states rights. The crowds that turned out to Greet Kennedy at the dam in Het it or Springs Ark. And a the far ground outside Little Rock were relatively Large. A few anti Ken i Nedy placards waved among the i crowd estimated at 10,000 in j Heber Springs. J be n not b a gets Nefa a j grounds was fun y integrated. A. Number of people in the audience carried Confederate flags signs read Quot Welcome but few Monongah county re j if spec bully welcomed Ken appraisal p text comm it c met 1 Nedy on his 8 2-hour flying a n and reiterated us de to the state on in 23 ice e ghz Sears had taken the r toll and the strength and Siam a weren t quite there to finish it up. But Blond Johnny got them to within two outs of this covered second Victory before Hector Loper touched him for a double Hie Hakes were too big for a sentimental Gamble although f a Lars h n pot s it hits to that Point. So Johnny walked to the dressing room in a thundering storm of cheers and Relief Ace Ron i Perranoski came n with a fresh e a in to g up a h a we in l a group asks i it action hurdles add opted a recommends Ion urging the passage of the sex Monona h Council of churches j no for �<4vx>i children drive and declare our support of the Levy or. James suggested a study be and urge it be made of die United Church pro -�?T411 students the professional j Cess eve it at los october 0t for Bunc it m used the Gram to be held nov. 1-7 in Phil schools include 245 first year. J82 meeting in the Church present of the As Adelph a second sear 159 third year and with the Rev. Ross James a a urn s plan., for the year by report were a so g. In by w 69 fourth year students. Irre Are 6.038 men and women enrolled. 1.617 Riverside it a endorses Levy the Riverside Junior h. G h a drool Parent a Leacher association voted unanimously at a meeting attended by upward of 150 persons tuesday night to endorse the renewal of the spec Ial school Levy. Addressing the Pia on behalf of he Lew Extension was Assis Tant superintendent of schools z. Pas to years Honduras relations suspended Washington up the i med states thursday night suspended All relations with Honda. Ras. Including foreign Aid on grounds that the government it has recognized there a ceased i to exist. Officials said the . Embassy in Honduras has been ordered to suspend All disbursements under the foreign Aid program which has totalled $18.2 million in the my. The Rev. Wendell Bohrer. The the recommendation presented plans coma n a three fold emphasis by or. Leonard Sizer is As follows in to a chaplaincy program for Quot sure funds for school purposes Hospital 2 in is or. A i service do not now fully adequate for Sunda e rest Home and in of Ihn Public schools mates of the City jail and 3 a d and since failure to pass the excess w the University c amps problems Levy in november w ii mean a 2o Brig. Joseph Kirkman of the Sal Bur Darling of Cass District or. George Campbell of Morgan distr in and or. Morris m Thomas of Bat e be District. Mph. P Dav is executive be teary of be , led group accompanied by mrs m i dred i vans of it. Pleasant Church. A lass manufacturer Dies final rites sunday for Joseph Haden t1iht<"ltnihi1ltllll1inimhihinilll Lii a Iliili Hll Linwill i world i today j sire to meet with state tax com in is Oner g. Thomas ban e at his earliest convenience. Speaking for the group. Chair Man William t. Delardas. Told the commissioner that the committee representing More than 4 000 county taxpayers who signed a a coition of protest viands ready a it i pm a 1. Add Gay ens a the App a Al program is not fair or eau table. A. The text of the letter me lied first project of the Morgantown Hote am r get u. A High school key club sear Pip Monona a county reap Cia to Paisal protest comm e Virg a Centennial plates ton Ghi Hie plaice obtained through in Ai in our in or of the mar Ganion kiwanis club. September 25 which gave i tile Kennedy flew nto Little Rock air Force base to be greeted by Faubus and about 2.500 a r Force men and their families. He helicopter red to the dams de and he continued pm. 2. Col. 2 Mhz pc Lull to sell plates a. Clark. Mrs William Ervin is president Stephen Hodges v cd presi Den mrs Rollert we fir Secretary and or. Aldo pianola. Treasurer. Clinton District Democrat women to meet tonight i lie Clinton restrict Demon cratic women a club will meet at 7 30 tonight at Ridgedale school to plan for a Large democratic rally next sunday. Oct. 13, president Ann Vespaziano announced last night. All members Are urged to attend since there is a great Deal of work to do and Only a week to do it in she said. Next sundays rally is the first major democratic gathering announced for the upcoming Campaign. Plans for the rally will be announced later. I he action was described As a Normal procedure when a government Falls it meant that the . Does not recognize the new Milt tar government in Honduras the same action was taken following military overthrow of the government of the dominican Republic last week. Rhe United states actively tried to head off the overthrow of the government a the second blow to president Kennedy s Alliance for Progress in nine Days. As late As wednesday they thought they were succeeding As part of these efforts a state department spokesman sought wednesday to water Down reports of serious unrest in Honduras. He flatly denied any knowledge of a report that honduran military leaders had asked the United fruit co. To help them overthrow the government. But the state department announced thursday that . Officials in Honduras had for weeks continued pm. 2, col. 8 a a a 3-Sfar bulletins services will be held Grove be my Ery and Active pall i from around the w orld i sunday for Joseph bearer will be Joseph our Nev _ _ absolute Power Algiers Algeria a president Ahmed Ben Bella assumed absolute Power to Cope with an armed rebellion by berber tribesmen who declared they would everything to restore democracy in Algeria rebel Leader col Mohand full Hadj told reporters in his grand Kabyle Mountain stronghold that his rebels were Quot the last Chance for Algeria to gel on the path to dam f Uncle at 2 Haden Pioneer in Morgantown s glassware Industry who died thursday morning at University Hospital. He was 79. Friends Are being receives at Hest nos i a neral Home. Serv ices will be at 2 pm. Sunday at Wes Ley Church with the Rev Jennings fast officiating interment will be in East Oak David Courtney. William , Benjamin Pitman Michel or William King George i Armer Ami James Kast. Honorary Rambea cars include Charles g. Baker h Paul Szaf for will am Strawn John Lacobs Fred c lath. Glenn in Martin Piribek Seal Moat or continued pm. 2. Col. 4 Dac Days Ort. 10-12 a new Morgantown Day will be the theme of the downtown action councils fail promotion which will be held oct. 10-11-12 dim oven stores will be open on i tim 6 until 7 Friday evening a onal Folk Singer from or racy a Harleston will present a vix a program. Merchants will present Centon Mal souvenirs in the form of no Compromise hour Day and saturday from 9 30 Wixx Len Nickels Hie Nickels w i to 5 end on saturday 9 30 am. To 9 p a Friday Dat. Will present a number of features for visitors to the cite with one of the top ones be no be display of new Truxie cars Between Fayette and court Street and along a part of chancery Row. If available dealers will also display an antique met Al Al of the same make. The display will be from 9.30 . To 9 . Ixo Given a change and can either let a spent or retained souvenirs of the St a i it \ birthday sear. Also on Friday free bus rides will lie available to shoppers. Saturday from 9,30 until noon a free continuous program of cartoons will be shown at the Warner theater and is limited to children 12 and under unless a teenager wishes to accompany smaller children. Moscow a the soviet communist party s most authoritative publication made it Clear there could be no Compromise w it ii chinese communist leaders and virtually read Pek no out of the world communist movement. The Magazine Koni Monist published by the Central committee accused the chinese of Quot Back stabbing Quot some communist parties in a 38-Page editorial. Will be sold for $1 25. Profits from he Sale is la b put into the key it Lub Treasury and saved to help finance the clubs sen. Be projects later in rhe year. Pron r of a or g few per yourself and our go nip we would Artopec fitfully offer the follow in comments Quot i. We regret icy much that continued pm. 2. Col. 7 the Yankees Sere distressed n defeat before a cheering throng of 66,4.55 spectators because they give up two runs in the first inti no on it. A gift Dombi it and a a olm Quot use also in the third inning right fielder to. A mar tiered a muscle Bruise of t e left when he Cra of o re get Field Fence but Stan Ltd it it of t a Day was Podres who three times pitched a i Elf o of in it fore Nead to hand the Bill to Perranoski. T e Yar. A v t n ii second Ming when w h one out Elston Howard singled off second vis. Nan i i to a a g a a and Joe Pep Ltd or Drew a walk. But Johnny reared Back fee that i d of 1955 and fanned to h Clete Bover and dining t a i Quot e f s a Sas v it him Aga n n the s a with Wooi. A. Tot l r Ltd r 1 a or Mena Long Pedrr a a he p vet Johnny missed a p coff attempt for a in f a a a t Xeric and be h a Quot Ped on to second i base. Podres and the and Ger showed ques enable courage her by p t a Rig to min1 f w h 1 a % open they might have rued it too when Mantle lofted a Long drive to c Field which w e 1 Davis took at the 439 foot Mark. But it was the big third out for w re of a fad be eng and As Long As it was t coupled Lien r of quote a r la a Host Fri a rate Yanee tie r Hopes re. De Agi n Asl it peed off a i a c n1 e do Ole w in get a it be lip of the right Field stand r it of Lre he d hem Ere As he next e a a a a d Ftp ton and Boyers a l file Ltd out to Loftfield. Even a part in Yankee crowd was cheer in for h in As they went to he r h Pix res got Mantle on a Fly to deep left but in Fop r a Ltd a a for a second straight double. I1 a a the flannel shirt cling no to his Chest my . A Quot Pic to. Via brought on to save it for him. F. In Howard Tou it lied for a single it Ltd scored let a jeez but then Pep one forced Howard and Ber a cd it it in on sir Kesto w and up and end the do Home o a Angeles where the of seven game series e a w nmn. Of two a nos anti sets of none. Cont loud on Page 6 Izaak Walton of roast a All set for this sunday s annual of roast of the Monon Galia county chapter of the Izaak Walton league of America is this huge roasting pit and piles of specially Cut Wood. The feast is from noon to 4 . Sunday at the chapter House on Aarons Creek Road off Kingwood Pike marked by signs and the Cost is $ 1.65 for adults and 75 cents for children under 12. Some 500 pounds of Choice beef will be served. Public s invited. R
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