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The Winona Daily News from Winona, Minnesota · Page 7

Winona, Minnesota
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Friday, September 14, 1962
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Gov. Barnett Of U.S. Edict JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - Gov. Boss Barwtt has ordered Mississippi officials to defy a federal court order to desegregate the University of Mississippi, Describing efforts to integrate the university as Mississippi's greatest crisis since- Ihe Civil War, the 64-year-old governor said Thursday night he preferred jail to submission to "the tyranny of Judicial oppression." He called for the resignalion of any state official not prepared to go to -jail rather than submit to the court order. In Mltmn tout, Banwtt told · statewide television-radio audi- 1 eace Mississippi schools '.'will not be closed if this can possibly be avoided, but they will not be integrated." Barnett acted after a ruling by U;S. Supreme Court Justice Hugo Black cleared Ihe way for James H. Meredith, a Negro, to enter the university next week. Meredith, 29, reportedly was out of the state and unavailable for comment. Miliiiiippl it on« of rhr«» (fates which have no integration in public education facilities. Alabama and South Carolina are the others. During his 20-minute talk, the governor issued a proclamation placing the sovereignty ot Mississippi between the federal government and stale public schools and colleges--a legal device known as interposition. Barnett quolcd Hie 10th amendment lo the U.S. Constitution, under which powers not delegated to the federal government are reserved to the. states, and said the operation of schools is a state responsibility. · Arcadia Teachers To Be Entertained By Lions Tuesday ARCADIA, Wis. (Special)--Ar cadia Lions Club will entertain Ihe public school faculty and their wives and husbands and also the - wives o f . Lions Club member! Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at Club 93 near Arcadia. In charge of this annual event Given Impure Blood, Woman Charges Maybs ST. PAUL'.(AP) - A Chicago woman is asking $100,000 damages in a federal court complaint charging she was given a transfusion ; of impure blood whil* a patient at a Rochester hospital, 1 Named in the suit are Rochester Methodist Hospital, the Mayo Clink and the Mayo. Association which operates it. -Rose Hurwitz charged (he inv pure blood was given her while she was being treated (or ulcerated colitis. She was in the hospital during August and September 1960. · Banker Spends His Money to Improve Town By BARBARA HAYDEN RICHMONDVILLE, N.Y. ( A P --The president of the Bank of Richmondville likes to spend his own money lo help his tiny com munity. John D. Holmes, a banker for 74 of his 92 years, has bought this Schoharie Valley hamlet a swimming pool and a lire truck, ^low he is having the roads paved n the Richmondville rural cemetery. Th« fall, spry banker says hit gifts stem from his love for the village (population MO) where he nas lived since he was five years old. The swimming pool was his first big gift. "In 1934," he said, "our local physician came to me and sug gested that I give the village s swimming pool. The idea ap pealed lo me. So the village has a pool. I get a lot of satisfaction seeing the youngsters swim am mothers still come to me anc thank me. I'd go swimming myself if I could." Holmes also gave Hartwick College a girl's dormitory. rippled Children's linic Scheduled ere for October 9 The Crippled Children Services the State Department of Public eUare will told a field clinic Oct. at SI, Paul's Episcopal Church arish Hall. Appointments ihould be arrang- two weeks la advance. Empha- again is on early case-finding children who need this service. Minnesota children under 21 with art lesions, convulsions, 'cystic irosis, club feet or other pliysi- I handicaps may be examined gardless of the financial eligi- ity of parents. Children who eed periodic follow-up and whose rents cannot provide the news- ry care may return lo the clinic. written referral and summary physician is request for each new patient. is the program committee, head ed by Adrian Koslner, assisted by John C. Sobolta and Claraton Smith. Teachers and Lions wil introduce themselves. .Each Lions Club member wil introduce his wife and announc' Iheir occupation. ' PUBLIC MWtt DISCOUNT FOOD STORE 4020 6th St. Goodview "LOWEST PRICED GROCERIES tN U.S.A." Offer Good Tuesday Thru Sunday !SS«5gSSB SUPER DISCOUNT SPECIALS GRADE "A" BUTTER Wit CRYSTAL Order L SUGAR 5-Lb. Bag 29C Wih $ '°°° °' d(r HORMEl PURE LARD,""-* 1 - lOc With $10.00 Order YOU MAY BUY ALL 3 ITEMS WITH $10.00 ORDER POPULAR BRANDS COFFEE - - - IAZY SUE POTATO CHIPS ,,: 39c NORTH STAR BEER - - - Cate of 24 $2.42 CAMPBEU MEAT SOUPS · · · ,L$ljN KRAFT MIRACLE WHIP , 49c JOHNSON'S SHOE POLISH - '.;'44c MAY'S ICECREAM - . , 59c DIXIE BEUE CRACKERS - - .: 19r W O/ DISCOUNT ON AIL /P HEALTH * BEAUTY AIDS SHASTA CANNED POP 10 80c WMMMMMVMAMVMWM Relief Asked For Farmers ~ In CNW Strike WASHINGTON' (API - sen. Joe H. Bottum, R-S.D. introduced legislation Thursday he said is designed to provide emergency relief to .rfidwestern farmers and others from the effects' of the strike on the Chicago North Western railway. Bottum, in a brief but spirited Senate speech, was joined by Senators Karl E. Mundl, R-S.D., Roman L. Hruska, R-Neb., and Barry Goldwater, R-Arir., in saying the strike is interfering with 11 he movement of -farm crops, Mttonal W»w Hems tnd often «,,:,, viUl shipments, · \ fc '9 in ·eHymV bill weuM »vthorln the government to seek an injunction to'require any, strike-bound railroad to provide,, emergency service for agricultural, fuel, medicine and national de- tens* products. · Ornithologist!; have' found that birds sing an average of IgVi hours daily rnost of the year. ELGIN, Minn,-The Elgin Com. munity School student council said the annual magaiine subscription drive will begin Tuesday. The 1961 drive grossed $4,171.44 and the council received $1,133.25. Of this $251.73 was used for sales prizes. Student council officers are: President, Kathy Grabow; vice president, Jayne Shiek; secretary, Rila Johnson, and treasurer, Barbara Wilde, DR. C. R. KOLLOFSKl DR. MAX L. DEBOLT » Oft»m*trlit* THULB AM VAIN Sts. 9 a.m. through $ p.m. Siturity 9 to 12 JO PHONE 6850 - 3631 . Stptemter 14, l*tt WIMONA. DAILY NfW» V PAID ADVERTISEMENT - fref»r«d by CXvuld W. Bllkl, 1»M Kr DrlYi,, Wlncn., MlTM., In hi, wmb.hill.tKl hMrftd tt "ii rtjul.r ·Orwffiiny fttt, i ' · THANK YOU My sincere thank* to all who voted far m» fn »h« primary election for Clerk of District Court. I will appreciate your continued support in the genera! election. DONALD W. BLAKE DON'T BE CORN-FUSED! When you get cornflakes Get the real Corn Flakes Corn Flakes FLAKES (The Original) The good corn taste of Kellogg's Corn Flakes is undiluted, unfooled-with and unmistakably corn. Nobody-not even Kellogg's-has ever been able to top it. This best-liked flavor is still the best-kept secret in the whole corn-lovin' world. A good-natured, good corn flavor for hungry-in-the-morning folks of all ages. Do you have plenty of Kellogg's kind of corn for breakfast tomorrow? The best to you each morning

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