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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 26, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePost 6 the stars and stripes in a rash moment he did i by Dick West Washington up with out either condoning or condemning i think i understand Why eur Tiia Kitt blew her coolant the White House the other blowup came while a group of women were discussing crime. Hut the subject probably was is my theory that miss Kilt s reaction would have Bee the same had the meeting been concerned with an entirely different topic say the Pacifica Tion of parakeets. For she manifested the classic syndrome associated with powwow phobia which i laymen s terms Means that she is allergic to was Able to recognize the cause of miss Kitt s disturbance because i am a powwow phobia sufferer particular allergy was isolated and identified in 1032 Bya medical research team headed by or. Ernst von palaver. They found that certain individuals have a unusually Low tolerance for the digressions circumlocution platitudes redundancies prolixity and twaddle produced at com Mittee first noticed powwow phobia in myself about 10 years ago when i began attending Public hearings held by congressional committees. One Day As i recall it Wasat a hearing by the Senate subcommittee on administrative practice and procedure a couple of senators were chasing witness around Robin Hood s i was seized by an almost uncontrollable urge to for stand up and shout of Pete s Sake get on with it i i restrained the impulse of course such conduct is Consi dered bad journalistic form. But that evening As i was undress ing for bed i discovered i had milk rash on my left shoulder Blade. It happened again a few Day Slater. A committee member was in the midst of a 360-Pagestatement exploring the More obscure aspects of who struck John in dimensions ranging from Tweedledum to Tweedle Dee. Fred of Jim tory 26. 196j i was already its Ems Clear that being unfamiliar will whether she should Haw in vent to powwow phobia 1�pen to argument. But at l she avoided a rash. Passport requests higher than Ever new York up president Johnson s pleas for voluntary travel curbs by americans to help the balance of Trade have failed and passport applications Are higher than Ever the Newyork passport office said wednesday. For a five Day period in Newyork ended Jan. 10, latest period available applications Are up 4.4 per cent Over a year ago which itself was a record. Nationally applications Are up 18 per cent said Joseph Callahan in charge of the new York office. Callahan said that possibly some travellers Are Rushing to beat an expected Jam up later in numbers of applicants or the Hope to Complete arrangements before a special tax or penalty or restriction is imposed. A newspaper Survey at random of passport applicants showed that none cared in the least about the . Deficit in the balance of Hastings a connect Cut Patent attorney who is plan Ning an 18-Day trip to Spain with his wife said yes it is a pleas ure trip and the president s Call to reduce unessential travel Model Donna Mitchell of Newyork leaving for Paris on Busi Ness and pleasure said she did not understand the exact reasons Why the president would ask fora cutback on travel at this moment. The state department s pass port office in Washington in its recent summary of . Travel in 1967, said Italy was the most popular destination with 37 percent of the passport applicants going there. France Drew 30 percent Switzerland 26 per cent United kingdom 24 per cent the Netherlands 22 per cent and Ger Many 21 per cent. 8 out of 10 in poll oppose 10% tax hike Princeton. . Up a Gallup poll released thursday indicates that eight out of ten americans regardless of Politi Cal affiliation oppose president Johnson s proposed tax hike. The poll also showed that 48per cent of those interviewed regarded a Price wage freeze in Stead of a tax boost As the Best Way of battling his state of the Union Mes Sage last week the president renewed his request for a 10 per cent surcharge on income following question was put to 1,508 adults president Johnson has asked Congress to pass a Bill that would increase personal income taxes. If passed it would mean that for every $100 now paid in income taxes there would be a additional 10 per cent surcharge or $10. Would you like to see Congress pass this Bill or reject it fourteen per cent favored Pas Sage. 79 per cent rejection and 7 per cent had no pollsters also asked it has been suggested that prices and wages salaries be Frozen that is kept at their present Levels As Long As the Vietnam War lasts. Do you thin this is a Good idea or a poor idea forty six por cent said it was a Good idea. 43 per cent termed it a poor idea and 11 per cent had no opinion. J girl editor s conviction upheld by Oregon court Salem Ore. A the Ore gon supreme court wednesday unanimously affirmed the con tempt of court conviction of an Nette Buchanan former univer sity of Oregon student editor. Miss Buchanan was fined $300for refusing to disclose the names of seven students who gave her a Story about use of marijuana on the Campus. Miss Buchanan now mrs. Michael Conard argued that the constitutional provision for Afree press gave her the right to withhold the identity of confidential news sources. The supreme court decision by Justice a. T. Goodwin said we hold merely that nothing inthe state or Federal Constitution compels the courts in the absence of a statute to recognize such a the american society of newspaper editors Oregon newspaper publishers association and Sigma Delta Chi professional journalism society appeared in her behalf. The decision affirmed circuit judge John b. Leavy of Lane county who assessed the Fine. Mrs. Conard then managing editor of the University of Ore Jon daily Emerald published her Story on May 24, 1986. Former dist. Atty. William hailed her into court but she refused to Tell the names of he seven students. The supreme court said it would be dangerous business for courts asserting constitutional grounds to extend to an employee of a respectable newspaper a privilege that would be de Nied to an employee of an episodic pamphleteer or to a free Lance writer seeking a Story to sell on the open Market or in deed to a shaggy nonconformist who wishes Only to write out his message and Nail it to a tree. If the claimed privilege is Tobe found in the Constitution its benefits cannot be limited to those whose credentials May from time to tune satisfy the court said Freedom of the press is a right which be Longs to the Public it is not the private preserve of those who possess the implements of tax swindler sentenced Kennedy at Rockefeller sen. Robert f. Kennedy i l Neftal Fry the ice at a skating dinner party in Rockefeller Plaza in new York City. Associated press photo Many unhappy returns a wast -. In just Frau a Ssan Francisco up Leroy j. Deskin who has filed More income tax returns than any other american got three years in Federal prison wednes Day for his , 61, was thwarted by i " a. 1cv4 ujan internal Revenue service com Puter Earty this month after defiled 240 individual tax returns seeking to collect More than $800,000 in refunds. The returns filed under fictitious names were tossed out by an irs computer in Ogden Utah. Instead of refund checks. Des Kin got the maximum prison term of three years to be served after he finishes the final three years and 10 months of an earlier tax fraud sentence. Assistant . Atty. Steele Langford said Deskin was largest multiple Filer in history of the internal . Dist. Judge Stanley Weigel gave him the maximum sentence on a single count after the government dismissed three Oiler counts against him. Deskin pleaded guilty to the charge last week. Before sentencing desk unasked the judge to Send him to prison Only until he was 65,when a would be eligible for social Security and not have to live on skid defender James Hewitt said Deskin did not Dunk an therefore would be into Erato lonely on skid Row. Barbers get clipped East Lansing Mich h i Michigan state University Are searching for three i poles stolen from in front f a Barber shops along Gran a Avenue

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