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Delaware County Daily Times (Newspaper) - January 9, 1964, Delaware, Pennsylvania RAIN Rain ending mid Partly cloudy Friday hieh low Fair with sla sonable Details on 88th Delaware County Dally Except Sunday llW 6th JANUARY 1964 Ads TR 45252 AM TR 46161 GALA BALL Gala atmosphere prevails at Chester Mayor Gorbeys inaug ural ball and story is told in pictures on page T Eight PMC Plans I To Enroll First Coeds Civilian Students To Board Enrollment Jump Seen CHESTER Pennsylvania Military College announced to day farreaching changes in en rollment procedures which will increase student population by six years and eventually bring fulltime co eds to the President Clarence Molt said other changes include en largement of the cadet corps and introduction of boarding of civilian male Moll said the new pro gram constitutes some unus ual departures for the 143year old militarycivilian First he will be enrolling of boarding men in the fall of the program stu dent population will consist of 740 575 civilians and 275 Present enrollment consists of 660 cadets and 440 fulltime civi lian day Civilian students attend classes at the college but do not live on Moll said PMCs degreegrant evening with a cur rent population of inen women stii is expected toincrease to about during the same pe Boarding facilities for 125 civi lian men are expected to be completed by They See Page Protection Posts Are Projected WASHINGTON AP The Johnson administration is draft ing a proposal for a system of international military observa tion posts to be set up on both sides of the iron curtain in Eu rope as a safeguard against sur prise It is understood officials are thinking about proposing 20 to 30 posts on each side at key transportation centers where unusual military activity by ei ther Soviet or forces might be President Johnson announced in his State of the Union mes sage Wednesday that we shajl make new proposals on dis armament issues when the 17 nation disarmament conference reopens negotiations at Geneva in two Work is going forward on the proposals in the Arms Con trol and Disarmament Agency under the immediate direction of William agency He is expected to heac the delegation in the new round of negotiations beginning INSIDE YOUR DAILY TIMES Wholl be our next con gressman Page Gradyvilles Tarr broth ers Page Adjust sleeve patterns to i suit Page Amusements 20 Bridge 30 Classified Ads 2529 Comics Community Clock 21 Crossword Puzzle 31 Death Notices 25 Editorials hamiiy 1214 Financial News 25 Horoscope 30 Junior Editors 31 Obituaries 4 Also Death Notices 25 Sports 2224 Television 30 CHARLES PERRY fills vacancy Perry Appointed To Board MEDIA Charles Perry of Ridley was o the Delaware County School Board Wednesday who has been a Ridley Township school director since was named to replace Wil iam Taylor of 6rmer county board president who has of 1323 Ardsley Grace is employed by the Philadelphia Electric Fredella coun y board and personal secretary to County Schools Superintendent Bak er submitted her res gnation effective a said she will remarry in March and move to She has worked in the super ntendents office for 20 years and has been county board sec etary since Selina sec to Clyde as sistant was ap pointed county secretary and Thompsons The county board appointment will expire in In other resignations Congetta secretary to Norman an as sistant resigned to accept a secretarial post with the Delaware County Planning Vivian Liebefman resign as a speech therapist anc Anne Brandt was appoint ed to the State Has No Whip public whipping is scheduled for 28 at New Castle County Correctional Institution neai but if it comes Warden Raymond Anderson says hell have to borrow a The prison has a whipping post but Anderson said he gave the whip in 1960 to Chesley H then director of the state prison Now no one can find said Collegi Superintendent Urges Action By HARRY MAITLAND Daily Times Staff Writer MEDIA The Delaware County School Board has author zed formation of the Delaware Zourity Council of Higher Edu a preliminary step to ward establishment of a com munity college Baker county Wednes day suggested the county board Adopt a resolution of intent o make a student interest sur Establish a steering com mittee to aid in establishing he community college Thompson said the declaration of intent and the establishment of a steering committee will qualify the county for state1 fin ancial A questionnaire will be sent o approximately county unior and high school students in the near future to determine interest in the com munity Clyde an assistant said 40 of the countys 41 school districts have approved the area technicalvo cational school He said Chester City District was the only district which opposed the It has operated its own ed ucation program for 20 years Dalton said it would be impos sible to get the program oper ational next He said the current state em ployment released this week by the Pennsylvania State Employment indicates the need for the area technical vpcational ed skilled jobs are avail able in the Delaware Valley re gion because of the shortage of trained personnel in 80 job cate He said the jobs are available despite unemployed per sons in the Chester Dalton said 222 school direc tors voted in favor of the plan 16 voted against it and 29 were He said nine of the negative votes came from Chester City school Dalton said the county boarc will to decide if the area school will be operated by the county board or a joint schoo He said operation by a board could involve more than 250 school directors if all in terested districts Thompson said chief admini strators of the 40 districts wil receive preliminary information concerning a contract agreemen a luncheon meeting this Dalton said the presidents o the 40 interested boards will be brought together at a meeting next month to discuss key con Dalton said the county is at tempting to secure funds undei the National Defense Education Act to engage a vocationaltech nical school He said the money will enabL the county board to appoint the at the administrator In other business Thompson a pilot pro gram at Elwyn School for emo tionally disturbed children ha a very good chance of getting state Five children are attending thi pilot program at Elwyn Schoo on a day student vernor PENALTY FOR INACCURACY A South Vietnam soldier beats a farmer because he supplied inaccurate information togovernment on the movements of Communist Viet Cong AT DAGGER POINT The soldier threatens the farmer with a seek ingcorrect AP Wirephotos Child Saved From Creek AP John Rager remained hospitalized in guarded condi tion today after being rescued from the icy waters of Penns Creek where his fouryearold playmate The Rager boy and Karen Sue both of the community of Penns were swept downstream after their sled plunged through the The boy was rescued by Rob ert Lepley and taken to Evan gelical Hospital in The body of the girl was recov ered about 3y2 hours after the IN 7PART SERIES Times to Provide Tips for Taxpayers Taxes taxing your patience Then Beginning the Daily Times will carry a sevenpart series by its noted financial col umnist Sylvia Porter entitled Clip and Save on The series will review the most important 1963 cases and Treasury rulings which will Little Girl Stirs Nation sons from 35 including a Texas have come for ward to help save twoyearold Margaret Snows one remaining The left eye of the blonde youngster was removed last No vember because of Her Max Goldstein of said there is a 5050 chance the retfno may cost her remain ing right of the childs plight was first across the nation two days before Christmas by The Associated Since then more than has been raised to pay for Margarets medical Among the offers of help were six persons who said they would be willing to give one of their eyes to One such of fer came from a convict at the Texas State Penitentiary in Bobby James Sick who is serving up to 20 years for forgery and rob bery by But Goldstein said such a transplant in Margarets case would be If the cancer Goldstein Margarets en tire eye will have to be re In an eye only the comea can be trans But the doctor holds out some He said with each passing week the chances grow slimmer the cancer will spread to the re maining If it does Margaret will be flown to New York for special Margaret lives with her par and John and two small Snow earns as a hard ware store service The Snows have received sev eral hundred letters and Christ mas many of them con taining The father said more mail is arriving every The Ivanhoe Chamber of Com merce has a Mar garet Snow fund and students and teachers from two local high schools held a folksong hootenanny which netted more than The local American Legionpast will hold a Margaret Snow benefit dance Because of the familys limit ed Snows did not plan to have much of a Christ Margaret had told her father all she wanted was a ball and a After Margarets story was the Snows were treated to a Christmas they was too thrilling for the invitation of the local Chamber of Santa Claus brought a whole truck load of toys to the Snow home Christmas a dol and a ball for help you make your tax returns properly and hold your taxes to a legal Sylvia Porter prepared the art icles in collaboration with the Research Institute of The series is appearing earli er than usual to help both the early filers and those who will need its taxsaving hints close to the April 15 By clipping the seven you will have a handy uide to assist you when you come to grips with your annual ax The first story in the series will feature hints on filing 1963 dividend and interest statements and a helpful chart on how average deductions Subsequent columns will cover subjects such as new tax breaks or expense tax sav ings on medical expenses and tax savings on state sales Nuclear Tests Australia French Defense Minister Pierre Messmer says his government will hold nuclear tests on an un inhabited Pacific atoll 700 miles from Tahiti some next Fire Hits New Motel i 1 vl v InLester LESTER Fire damaged th trouble plagued Internationa Motor Lounge here Investigators said they su sped arson and sought State Po lice Lester FireChief Frank And ersoh said the fire was confinec to one room of the motel unde construction oh Industrial High Anderson said damages but that other rooms were saturated with an un known He would n o elaborate He said arson investigators a Belmont Barracks of the State Police had been Anderson and 3rdDistrict Fire Marshal Arthur Bergantz sak the fire was reported about by passersby from Firemen were in service abou 45 Anderson said the fire was caught very The which is being juilt by Fisher Construction Co las been the scene of a bitter abor It has been picketed by the Building Construction Trades ouncil in protest over hiring nonunion Several incidents were report including dynamite bomb paint splatterings and oth jr types of damage to the motel and Gets2nd Other Seats Also Due i Bills to give Delaware County second state senator aridtwo more were sign ed into lawtoday by Wil lam The two additional state sentatives will be nominated in he i primary and elected i the ihas even representatives elected rom three The lone1 senator has been elected at The changes were contained n state wide rneht bills passed publicans he session 4of the legis A challenge of the re is still pending Before the measures were adopted by the Senate and fyve taxpayers includ a Drexel Hill Democrat filed suit m District Court in Scranton to try to block the legislative action They were told to wait until legislature acted be forea fuD Jibe Drexel Hill man is Irving Kaufman of 930 Argyle an insurance agent who this week was backed by the 8th Ward Democratic executive committee for Dejn ocratic Before the governor signed the bills the countywas one senatorial It is divided into two dis tricts with the north to The new district is The communities bordering Philadelphia and Chester Pike areas in the the remainder in the Senators in odd numbered dis trictsare elected the same time as the Those in evennumbered dis tricts are elected during gub ernatorial election the second senator will riot be elect ed until 1966 and not take office until The House reapportionment bill added two representatives to an expanded 2nd Seven municipalities were tak en from the large 3rd District and tacked onto the six in the The formerly with two now will have The cutdown 3rd District will continue to have The 1st District Chester will remain the same with one repre House Alignment Of Districts Shown Here is the new Delaware County alignment of State House districts contained in the reap portionment bill signed jlus the number of representa ives and the total populations by the 1960 Census 1st District Number of Representatives Communities Chester City 2nd District Number of Representatives Population Communities Upper Darby Lower Chi Marcus Nether Prospect Ridley Ridley Town Rose Sharon Swarth T i n i c u Upper Chiches ter and Upper East lifton Marple and 3rd District Number of Representatives Communities Bethel Ches ter Chester Heights Fire Kills 4 Children alone while their mother went across the street to make a telephone when a fire swept through their home Wednesday police The victims were Keith Yan and three and officers
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