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   Daily News (Newspaper) - October 30, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                DIAL MISS a VSSIFIKI 6431040 or 5424041 State Library THE DAILY VOL 48 XJSF CSNTS lit VriMiDON ami I THURSDAY OCTOBER 30 1 PHONE 0434040 233 Supreme Court Rules Out Any Integration Delays M HAWBAKER After 33 Year ixOIl Bid Turned Down In Decision Assigned WASHINGTON UFP Civil rifhts lawyers armed with a Supreme Court decision order in Mississippi to end its secrecated dual school system at once becan today to review scores of pending law suits to speed Integration THOMAS S JACKSON Post Office Supervisor Retiring Thomas S Jackson superin tendent of mails at the irc doPost Office retires t tnorrcv Friday I after ore than 33 years of federal service at this time as the result of a liberalised retirement rro grain sirred into law ut rv weeks by President Nixer For nearly four years since January i If he been sup erintendent of mails one of the top positic a the post office Jackson said today that be plans to taie life easy and do soire travelling durin his retirement Assistant Postmaster Kenneth A Brandt said today that Rich ard H Clapper post ifice fore man will taie over the position Jackson is relirauisoiirf a son of tie late Andrew and Bertha 3arr Jackson He was graduated iron Huntingdon Hich The court in a no nonsense ruling Wednesday turned down the Nixon adminis tratiors request for a delay in desegregating 3C Mississippi school districts The court voted in its first major action under Chief Justice Warren H Burners leadership to replace the 1 year olid all deliberate speed doctrine or desegregation on const ii utionallv rerif issible Annual Mardi Starts At 7 PM Mount Union Has Parade Saturday All mmrmers in the area are reminded of Mount Unions 44th annual Mardi Gras which will be hold Saturday evening November 1 starting promptly at S pm Prize money awarded to groups and individual mummers has been greatly increased this year and will total PETEK STOLLEKY School isit Dav Planned Youth Camp A Huntinldon To Get New Director In keeping with the observance of AmericanEducati TIWeekSim Cochairmen of the float com mittee Dixie Smith and Bill Brouse have extended a special invitation to groups and organi zations to enter floats in this gala event Total float prizes will amount to All par tlcipating floats will receive a prine As in past years the Halloween Support Candidacy Of Senator Hawbaker Solid support was shown for Sen Hawbaker state gubernatorial candidate at a fund raising dinner in the Elks Home Huntingdon last evening Huntingdon Comity Young Republicans Treasurer William E Crotsley left and dinner committee chairman John Chamberlain right welcome the Senator parade has been organized bv the oay November 9 through Saturday Moun Un position School districts cease 10 operate one set schools for blaeks and anot C Youth Forestry Camp No 3 Trough Creek State Park Aitch jets a new director on November i He is Peter L Stolierr 33 who is presently assistant di rector of the Pennsylvania Youth Development Center it Loysville ir Perry County Stollerv succeeds November 13 the Huntingdon Area School District is sponsoring a visitation day on Thursday No vember 13 The program will consist of a brief orientation lunch and a visit to various schools The tentative time schedule is set for 10 am until C pm Persons interested in attending should register by calling Mrs Lane at i434140 no later than Kooert j Thjrsday November 6 so that Mccarty who has been the YrC ntceisarv arrajKenients can be doctor since he institution Detalle1 infonnation opened in McCirty isDem relstnmt3 transferred to York where he will schooi offfcials are director of welfare ser Necro hich represented began an of about CTC slncerelv interested in extending be are vices in the York regional office an to an interested cltf welfare N J A native of Summit Stollerv received s bachelor o icro and ivoause it is virtually impossible to cover the entire district by direct mail this open invitation is extended Cortd or Pass 10 ion Area Jaycees and sponsored by Mount Union firms organisations and merchants All mummers and groups en tering floats should report to Municipal Park where the parade will form Donald Booher general chair man noted that all persons win ning prizes should stop at the Penn Centra Bank corner of Jefferson and Shirley Streets immediately following the parade for their money Marshaling chairman Sam Price stated all details have been completed to handle additional trainee Parking areas will be provided Contd or Pace 14 US Combat 200 Attend Young Deaths Take Republican Event I A highly successful campaign fund raising dinner was staged by Huntingdon County Young Republicans at the Mlks Home last SAIGON The number evening for State Senator D Elmer Hawbakers bid for the guber of US combat deaths jumped natorlal post in 1370 sharply last week pushing the Some 00 persons attended the toll above the 100 mark for the event showing good support for a the senator from this part of his first time in more than month the American Command district the 33rd Senatorial Dis said today trict John C Chamberlain A total of 102 GIs were killed an increase of 30 per cent over Doctor elcomed At Mount tnion Dr J Paul and his wife were honored at a dunner isart night by many area citi zens welcoming them to the borough i Mount Union Setting for this delightful af fair as the social room of the Mount Union Presbyterian Church The residents f Mount Union pieasec to have the oppor tunity to reet the nev doctor who befan general practice ir Seven let Letter Of Gmmemlution HAHS Scholars Honored For Merit Test Results f the Huntingdon Area High School has announced that sever Huntingdon Area students have been awarded Letters of Commendation honoring their for their Men reriormsrce on the 196 National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Roilte 22 Clasll Causes naugnter ci Mr anc Mrs Josepn of Mr ard Mrs Charles Hes 1731 Miiflir StreetKathryn 111 Kyper daughter of Mr and Mrs Frederick Kyper K D Cynthia Dnaid Miller 33 Selina Drive David Miller son o Mr and Mrs Faces 2 Charges V5 om an Is Arrested In Fatal Crash A Birmingham woman was ar rested by Huntingdon State Police yesterday afternoon on two char ges as the result of a traffic accident near Aitch more than two months ago in which 2 women was fatally injured Ann Case 32 of Box 31 Ty rone RD l faces charges of tipsy driving and involuntary manslaughter Sunday Aug 17 at am she was the alleged operator of a 1967 Ford coupe which PARIS UPT Ambassador crashed lnto a bridge abutment Henry Cabot Lodge called for on Legislative Route 31079 about Huntingdon chaired the dinner arrangements and served as the previous week when IS for the evening Americans died in action Introduced from the front table Another 530 US servicemen were Huntingdon Mayor M H were wounded the fewest in 22 DeForrest Huntingdon County months Coroner Dr Harry H Negley South Vietnamese headquarSenator Hawbaker Chamberlain ters ssld that despite the jump Legislative Assem in US deaths government blyman Orville E Snare and casualties remained higher than Young Republicans Treasurer US losses for the 24th William Crotsley successive week with 297 The candidate spoke on the tax government soldiers killed and burden in the state decrying 860 wounded fence straddling and urging the Military spokesmen listed making of realistic decisions by Viet Cong and North VietnaPennsylvania legislators mese deaths for the week at WILL GET WORSE 2303 the first time in three Things will get worse until weeks that the number has public officials tell the truth and been higher than 2000 let the chips fall where they may on sizable tax Among the bigger fights last Sen Hawbaker stated reductions for six million single week was a battle northwest of tWe are suffering from a corn Saigon in which 10 Americans munications gap because the tax were the costliest compaying people are frustrated by For Everyone Is Expected WASHINGTON dPT plan to cut everyones income taxes by boosting the persona exemption i bvore the Senate Finance Committee The decision was expected to be close Sen Albert E Gore DTenn said he wanted fl000 as the new exemption but acknow ledged privately he would settle for S800 The committee turned to the question of how to apply a universal tax cut after deciding Lodge Calls For New Approach i as No injuries were reported in a rvovehicle accident a am aew approach to the todav or Route 22 Warrior Kidce Vietnam peace talks today and Gerald Carscciolo of Alproposed toe conference Rev James G Wooley 2207 Maelay toons was operating an Interrasecret negotiations the day Morrircstar tional truck east on Route 22 when President Nixons 3 onehalf mile east of Markles burg in front of the home of Miss Jennie Seeds 25 daugh Contd on Page 14 bat since the lull began Sept 17 US headquarters today reporteH small scattered flareups including one in the Central Highlands that lasted for five hours killing two GIs and wounding 10 In addition spokesmen said four US helicopters were lost Wednesday two to ground fire and two to crashes killing a total of four Americans and wounding two Reports from the field said the patrol called in US Air Force warplanes and artillery Cortd on Page higher taxes Hav Contd on Page THE Landers 19 17 19 7 15 5 16 Ads IS i Comics Crossword Pennsylvania Story Society i Club Sports 4 Sunday School people and two million wi dowed divorced or single people who support dependents Under its actions no unmar fContd on Page 10 Another Tax Meeting Is Set By GOP of Mrs David Momingstar his truck was rarried from the speech on Vietnam As I sa in AUenprrt master for this welcoming iinner at our last meeting Lodge said in rirrs Star session of the talks you frost r the wind01 ne other side have done 5 who sccred shild the Fudv car obscured nothing in our 39 plenary cent those the drivers view and he iid not sessions but demand unilateral t graduate see he truck in time actions by us and entire in Y OT in 197C The to avoid a collision vituperative languare ts rari ust an ACS to the Plymouth was You have shown no desire to Huntingdon Police Chief Donald Senlfinalists its totalvaluewhile the engage in genuine negotiaWiagate today reminded that there will be no parking this evening all this time you have on Washington Street between ancweo agreement only on the and Eighty due to the Hal shape of the table The plenary loween parade sessions have served only as a rne will start to form propaganda as a at 630 Pjm according to Chief Phvsics Award Goes To GellMann Nobel Prize Won By US Scientist Li STOCKHOLM fornia Institute UP I of Technology HARRISBURG UPI State Senate Republican leaders have scheduled another tax meeting following the Nov 4 elections While placing the states fiscal problems Into more perspective they failed to produce any con crete results at a meeting Wed nesday Senate president pro tempore Robert D Fleming said follow ing Wednesdays meeting he has tentatively scheduled anoth er meeting among Republican leaders for Nov 6 and that he hopes later to meet with both House Republicans and Demo Murray CellMann of the Callcrats who worked out a theoretical ae 14 Strike At NBC Plant WASHINGTON UPD A set model of the smallest particle in the universe today won the I960 Novel Prize for Physics The Royal Swedish Academy Luiria for their discoveries of Sciences cited the 40year concerning viruses and viral place from Fourteenth through old York Cityborn Cell diseases Eighteenth Streets in the areas Mann Ws contribution ana The 19G9 peace Prize was of Washington and Penn Streets discoveries concerning the das given to the International Labor Eighteenth Street between Mif sification of elementary par Organization flin and Washington will remain tides and their interactions open to motorists to handle down The 1969 for chemistry work in town traffic flow was expected to be announced le sevenweek strike The parade is scheduled to start later today it 15 Nat nal Biscuit Co plants at pm and will proceed Todays two prizes for Its developing countries Dublinborn playwright nove list and author Samuel Beckett creator of the Theater of the each Absurd won the Literature was announced Wednesday by down Washington Street to Third worth the last of The publicityshy Beckett ccn street where it will disband tne slx I969 Nobels to be notified Nobel officials he filiation Strici announced Winners will recpivP will not come to Stockholm to details of the tentative acreeirent wore released It is t ratification by local J Paul Feted At Dinner p r l Vy thtT Nn ing committee of American Baker and Con ti nary vjrktr3 sald lt re acceptance the pact thtplants affected by striK in Pitts Philailpha Chester THE WEATHER Increasing cloudiness and a little warmer toJay and tonight Highs in the 30s Lows toniht in the 30s Cloudy and mild Friday Highs in the Os Outlook for Saturday cloudy and cooler with showers likely announced Winners will receive their awards in Oslo and publicly accept the award Stockholm Dec 10 Two European economists American scientists have ProfRasnar Frlsch of Norway dominated the Nobel physics prof Jan Tinberpen of the field winning 28 of the 90 prizes Netherlands won the new awarded since 1901 Germany Economy Prize established by leads with 22 chemistry win tnp Hank of Sweden ners ahead of Britains 17 and Nobel prizes were sit up the United States 1C by thi late Alfred Nobel This years medicine prize tne Swedish inventor of dyna went to three Americans Prof mlte died in 1896 His will Max Delbruck Dr Alfred D directed that they be pi von to Hershpy and Prof Salvador E rcontM m 1agc 10 He said it was decided at the Wednesday meeting that there were three courses which would lead to solution of the problem finding almost million needed to balance the state budget for the current fiscal year Fleming said one course would be to go along with House Democrats who have passed a package of business tax bills worth about mil lion But he said he believed this plan would do heavy eco nomic harm to Pennsylvania A second available course Fleming said would be to cut off such programs as state aid to colleges and universities aid to state hospitals and the schol arship program But this plan would be a step backward and bring chaos to the state Flem ing said He said the solution is amid die ground probably Involving a softening of the House Demo crats socklttobnslnoss tax Vontd on Page 14   

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