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Greenville Delta Democrat Times (Newspaper) - April 21, 1968, Greenville, Mississippi2 sunday april 21, 68 Duhn demo cent times miss. Teachers pay for by Andrew Reese or. Jackson up1 the teacher pay Bill generally regarded As the most crucial single proposal before the legislature is expected to be submitted to a joint conference committee during the coming week. But there Are. Strong ions that final action on the a must i in ill Ion Dollar proposal More is done about raising the House on 3. Motion by rep. Charles Allen of j Money to finance the salary in declined to concur and in an Effort to Iron out differences Between the two a last ditch attempt had been Chambers. Expected in the Senate last week the six members of the con to Complete action on the _ three from or pay measure letting it go to cach chamber St ill had Noli the governor for signature. But bpm by the end of the move failed Loli. And the Bill was sent Back Toj some flu it the lower chamber for concur an move ,0 Nilow he Rance in Senate a per year raise to reach he office before n Revenue program is others hoped that passage of he education Bill recommended v gov. John Bell i hams. Lend to expedite action a i Linn icing. Two a measures no ready have been passed by the raise the estimated Mil a Smau Vauney 800 Bell workers Lonor picket lines Jackson up partial a polls show around 800 pm orcs of Southern Bell Tele in More than to years Noil vietnamese troops Bria enly held a Small but in nit sely important hunk of South vietnamese territory called a Shan Valley spotted v on the americans have been but important powerless to do anything about a Shan per Hups Tho Only area of South Vietnam tin Despu Ledly controlled by the North victim Mese except Pound it unmercifully with bombs. Ally Dies hard new York the on which the salary hike Market s phenomenal Senate sub commit pcs peace rally died hard this week Heen studying the pro pm with prices finally giving slight it have yet to or Nick any rec ground in the Wake of further m. Guss Al is hellions Bank Ommon relations. Irvins. Sen Ellis Bodron of vices Viroj chairman of the Unwe Fisli Llie finance committee sail it Likely at least one of Iii committees would ii Niit a in port within the next few cays but he declined to speculate of the nation s credit was the second busiest week in closed up at the history of the Exchange of a record 1.c51 issues crossing the tape 923. Advanced and 612 declined leaving. 11g unchanged. There were 335 new 1863 highs set and Only 48 new the United states and North lows. I pct the week a site for the prelim on 800 shares. The company Sal that aside from its recen acquisition of the Slock Marl cd Lime for the Prace talks. Traders pushing prices the United press International Stock Market indicator jumped 1.35 to 115.49 but he no reason for the activity. Most part York Stock Exchange in taking literal profits on Previ Dex of common stocks lost 0.21 Edward has been Illg Antl pointed assistant vice for Marli eting of first National further on the matter. There appeared virtually Chance that an income tax Bill proved by the House would Quarter earnings and other gains at the same Lime. A flood tide flow of higher a president Wade w. Hollo Well announced corporate news provided calling incentive Early in for a half cent increase in state sales tax May he sharply j the revised in the upper chamber. Federal Mast in makers Ilie hike in the Guss joined the Bank in Llic fall of As sales director for Senate in time will bring out j in Banka Ricard. He is a Mem iils of in ctr a tax Kun a month Reserve discount rate in a Little to 53.39. The Dow Jones Industrial average fell 8.m to 897.g5, reflect ing the Cool Altitude of traders toward Blue chips but the rail component soared g.91 to Occidental Petroleum was the Stock tacking to volume of Ber Union Temple Young Eton s hebrew association Greenville Golf and country symphony and with an amended sales lax Rise lire designed to produce about the s4s million. Frid a Ami the in a in prime Riar Ket rates guard a single Block of shares of Simaco helped push but not the 5% chamber endorses 4% tix Lone co. In Mississippi orc Commerce s Board of directors Hie Greenville chamber o Fiona a mental health Center hero Mcdonn Lill Douglas round out the top three losing 2 t on shares. Ther were More than share traded thursday when. Sclera Large blocks changed hands. Steels met Good demand f Many firms in the group in sen cd favourable first Quarte report cards. Republic steel which had a -38 per cent gain in ils results advanced 1 Chrysler paced the retreating autos falling 4, general motors dropped 2 and Ford lost analysts said the sell ing was a combination of profit taking and disappointment Over a 6.8 per cent drop in new car Noring picket lines set up by Rikma Western electric pm Oyes. However Roy Cargile South in Bell District manager said ice had been Little or no of it on the company s local scree by the strike. Our Long distance service has of been affected with the sex option of operator handled Mes said Cargile the strike called nationwide the communications workers f America directly affects Only about 225 Mississippi West in electric employees. But Many employees of Southern Bell Efu cd to Cross the picket lines w. 0. Stanley slate director Cwa said Only seven of 170 implores of Southern Bell o Tupelo who could have Cresset ticket lines did so. In the Biloxi jul port area according to Stan by Only five of 300 represented employees crossed picket lines he estimated 80 per cent in Jackson were honouring pick Ines. Stennis urges alumni to close generation Gap Starkville miss Upo sen. John Stennis a miss. Toda urged accomplished alumni o i Mississippi state University t continuous on Cam pus lecture and visitation pro Gram As a first step in by Login the widening generation Gap is tween americans. At the annual alumni Mee the theater. In Erie a. And lived his Early life in new York served in the armed for Ces in the european theater Dur ing the Battle of the bulge. J after his discharge from the Prossar military. Cuss. Was associated with both a apr and a gym a the emphasis May shift of a Cong. And triggered an Early that Issue into second place. It sales for Early april. Ing Stennis offered the Gest Ion that the most Vallab contribution an alumnus Coul make is time. I propose that you give of Mississippi state Ami its Studen your most valuable asset your he Tom the alumn time Given to a student b one who has had cup Criena and attained some Success in h Field is the most precious a distance the student could Evi a sharply split g-5 Vole thurs a endorsed a four per cent ate income tax level instead of c five per cent level passed by e state House of represent a ves. The present state income tax assessed at three per cent. 10 House Bill is currently i n 10 Senate where prospects in its passage Are considered Ery slight. The chamber Board majority noted for a Resolution which ask d the legislature to increase Tho come fax level Only to four per ent if a tax hike proves Necess by. It also included a recommendation that the fee system abolished in All agencies such As the sheriff s depart ments and circuit and. Chancery jerks operations where i t lists. The final Section of t h e solution called for a thorough study of All tax exemptions now Given associations Corpora ions and cooperatives. Other Board action came on unanimous votes while the scission and voting on the in ome fax question took 45 min Ite of an almost two hour meet no. The Board approved a Public in nth committee request that t endorse construction of a re inel give that endorsement to in Board of supervisors. It also kicked Tho governor s Highway program embodied in House Bill 568, and a companion measure which would raise Gas taxes 1.5 cents per gallon to finance it. On the Busis of a report from he chamber s Community fac and county coliseum at Airport site As soon As the Issua resolved. Also receiving Board endorse ment a Senate Bill calling statewide reassessment of All properly Tho Board recommended revisions in the work men s compensation act to allow arms to summer work ers under 18 without being Lia old municipal Airport. Tho Reso Lution noted that Tho county fair grounds committee had plans to occupation programs construct a new lilies committee Tho he to double for Majur petitioned Tho City and county ios suffered by the under a g a government to resolve the prob part Lime help. The same re Lem of ownership of land at Tho quest was made for those students who work during the school year under school diversified to in local Fairgrounds businesses and political forum cancelled at mus Starkville. Miss. Up political forum scheduled for april 26-27 at Mississippi state University for High school Stu dents has been cancelled it was announced saturday. The forum slated a act Leader Charles overs state atty Gen. Joe Patterson Green Ville editor Hodding Carter ii and state sen. William Burgin As speakers. Church Jordan Hsu Studen association president said tin was cancelled due to conflicts which prevented Severa High school groups from attend ing. Spare time income Howard Johnson distributing co. Will appoint a distributor for this area during the coming Wock to service and collect Money from new High Quality vending machines. No Selling to Quality you must have car references 6-12 hours per week and ?6iw to j19m Cash. Nets excellent income More full time. Financing available for expansion onco established As a distributor. For personal interview write Box 64639, Dallas Texas 752u6, including Telephone number the Howard Johnson distributing co. Of to cups Duel in the Sun let us choose your weapons Tipu co Vii Hougil paint k the idol ail Halljr tool prof Celion in Hwo l Weed. Vinyl tin Intel of 25 i Oil in if Lor ii ii a , Loat Lna Lerer pal Ltd to fall. Coyer paint How. Poly Fyk. In 1-jmj newest style ring 3 genuine diamonds florentine finish s 1 of c 5.00 Down i up 3.50 weekly see Thil Lovely a Smood ring. The Imar lest and newest Dpi in. 3 dig Mondl of o run to Asl of Crevior. D-95 buy on terms compare Mues Sec specials in our h in four _ Morr . I a Deucalion to highways alter the lawmakers begin the i7rh a Slatem enl by fed chair in session. Man William Mcchesney mar committees have been working i m or. That the United slates diligently for several slavs in the worst economic the s350 million rond recommended build we crisis since 1931. Killed chances by the j of a rally Rind handed Tho mar governor. The proposal Dills Forkel a decisive drop four Laning nearly 900 Miles of Greenville. Later he associated with mid in a Witika. The High Sony com the trading Pace continue to to average about 15 million shares daily totalling 74.4c3.9s8 Mission has come out Seattle and Kansas City As pub Lic relations director and in charge of program., and production. T Guss. Is married to the former Catherine Elizabeth Mackey of Greenville. They live at 755 a have one daughter Sid Ney and five cats. A i shares compared with the 47, the three sessions last week. I top Jaycee Lance Roover has been named Jaycee of the month for March by the Greenville Juni or chamber of Commerce. Hooker he Greenville area claims adjuster for Federated Mutual implement hard Ware insurance co., held the following positions during March chairman of speak up membership chairman. Mental health talc Ihnn Volunteer chairman of the March social. He Law the spoke auard during March. The Del a Democrat times monday through Fri Day and sunday by the limes co 201 main st., grit Neville miss delivery by Carrier is per Mai pay ahle in to in Washington Arkad joining to Nucci dealers carriers 3 Toni ills one year j15.m. By mail All other areas with in United mcniss j5.25, six months one year 520.00. Entered us cuss Maler at the Posl at arc civilly miss., under act of March 8, 1679. Zip code 38701 our knowing going classics make for a Cool summer at Home and away plan on having a Busy summer then you la want More than one of these delightful coolers in your Ward Robe. Pretty prints and solids in favorite fabrics keep their fresh Good looks. Choose from a huge Selec Tion of Breezy styles made to flatter every figure in fashion. Short sleeves and sleeveless classic show brisk pleats full skirts even gently gored skirt shapes. Novelty touches and Penney perfect tailoring make them this season s favorite casuals. Here s but a sampling a. Cowl collared Floral print of polyester crepe. 10-20 b. Double Button shirtwaist polyester crept. 10-20. C. Embroidered dress of Avris Rayon in 8-18. D. Paisley patterned shirtwaist of dacron3 polyester crepe. E. Shirtwaist of Rayon is f. Low Down pm catch of 5-13. Hoe repair there s a Good tip pay in 25 Days from statement Date without service charge with Baniameri card the first National Bank

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