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Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 31, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire Today's Chuckle If wives really dressed to please their husbands, they'd be wearing last year's clothes. Weather t- 7 Fair, cold Tonight Warmer Saturday iw HompsUrt's Largest Evening iiii MA ini VOL. 1 01 NO. 206 Continuing the New Hampshire Telegraph Established October 1HJ NASHUA; NEW HAMPSHIRE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, IW Second Class Postage PiW At Nashua, N.H. 22 PASES TEN CENTS Non-Piiblic School Pupils Get Tax Break Night ti the Great Pumpkin to start their -tricks-trait pilgrimages.; The 'poster, created by Marsha of the Teler; to herald the arrival of-the Greats Pumpkin.- (Telegraphoto-Shalhoup) "He's coming, he's shrieks Snoopy of Charlie Brown and Peanuts fame. And like a bolt out of the nighttime sky, the Great Pumpkin makes his way Into Linus' Pumpkin Patch.'As the Great Pumpkin ar- rived, it was a signal for goblins, witches and youngsters By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Ghosts and goblins, witches and warlocks. Most pint-size, few ferocious. All will wander the land i tonight.; It's i Hallowe en. It was more than years (go .that. the Druids of Ireland started the', celebration- of Hal- setting! aside -.Oct. 31 to. honor-the'god of the .dead.- The' traditions have changed since--'them the'Christians called -the day All Hallow's Eve or Eve of All Saints Day and lit bonfires to ward away evil .-its.'To guard then- homes, they boUowed out pumpkins and put candles inside, giving birth to the The lighted 'pumpkin will have a different, meaning for thou- sands' of Americans this year. An- tiwar groups have urged a the Pi of a smiling face on their pump- kins. A'group from-the Women's Strike for Peace planned a noon- demonstration in New-York's financial district The dembnslra-' tors. said they would dress in Court costume, carry a' giant -peace pumpkin' and give away "tricky dollars" in a Halloween "treat-in" for peace in Vietnam, "CJBett, Candy In most places, loweea means treat" can- In Support Gases It's 'Halloween tonight and Nashua and most area towns will observe the annual Trfck- or-Ireat night; between 6 and 8. Police 'advise parents to jc- company the younger children. Id also the night of Ihe UNI- CEF drive .to help needy chil- dren overseas.' "Pumpkins for Peace" cam- paign, 'suggesting that people1 carve the peace symbol instead Shop in comfort these rainy fall days nights.k It's always dry and 72 degrees at the NASHUA MALL Peter Paul mini Mounds Ib. GRANTS Simoneau Plaza CONCORD, N.H. (AP) The New Hampshire Supreme Court refused, today to enjoin 'the state Probation Department' from charging a fee for collect- ing child support' payments. Barbara Niemiec of Manches- ter .challenged the 5; per cent fee deducted fro'm-her 117.50 a week support payment for' two minor children. Superior Court: Justice Martin Lou'ghlih re-- ferred the case directly to the" Supreme Court. "-.'_'- The high court said the main arguments for the injunction' were the law violates stitutional requirements of .due. process and equal protection, impairs the obligation of con- tracts and violates the doctrine of separation of powers. law, enacted by the 1869 Legislature, was expecled to raise about a year in new state revenue. Why wort for fc vffk irtiea Ton well OTtr {200 irctk for. jonrself ai tractor. TVe will htlp let joa up. G. M. PLUMBING-HEATING OIL CO., INC. Call 424-5194 or 66M73J Probation Director John A. King had estimated turning over 5 per cent of its collec- tions would raean about to less a year for individuals who receive the payments. The justices noted the court often has stated "that it is not function of -the judicial branch ;..of the government fo" pass on the wisdom, desirabili-' ty and expediency of statutes enacted by the legislature." The opinion said it was clear the legislature imposed the _ fee as reimbursement for-services performed.