Poughkeepsie Journal from Poughkeepsie, New York on March 23, 1966 · Page 7
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Poughkeepsie Journal from Poughkeepsie, New York · Page 7

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yr '?'y:;'j '.V " v - - .?' r: $. r - ' ! - g.. ilri:''?'"11! 4& W 1 ViWs'it nj'vep itJtH'tMir tf.!UUt. AWrrtsBicJ WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1966 Senate to Decide on Bill Providing Official Residence for Hiimnlirow rtit n knnnan. ... P0UGHKEEPS1E JOURNAL Page seven By WILLIAM F. ARBOGAST WASHINGTON (AP) The Senate over which Hubert H. Humphrey presides will decide the fate of a bill to provide an official residence for Humphrey and his successors as vice presi dent By a partisan vote of 197. to 184, the. House passed a' bill Tuesday calling for expenditure of - $750,000 to build a "little White House" on 10 acres of government - owned land on the grounds of the Naval Obseryato - 1 study the need for a vice - presl ry. Only Republicans Favor Move Only six Republicans voted for the measure. The Senate passed last year a bill to create a commission to sH H hi HI. M MK MB HbI M ! Sil'EIIIAL SME Ek' - BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbB I3'eWiWfr GARAGES 1CAR 999. 2 CAR 1399. DORMERS , Completely erected 'including concrete foond - Hon; beet 'seasoned NJBeber, fesHier tench eveifcoid door, roefmg All labor fir materials for complete job including wall, ceiling fir roof framing, wall fir roof sheathing, finished tiding fir roofing, windows, etc. 1 BEDROOM $400. 2 - BCDROOM $720. 3 - BEDROOM $1120. ADDITIONS 1 Bedroom $720 2 Bedroom $1,296 AN labor & materials for complete job including footings, foundation, floor, stud walls with sheathing fir finished siding, roof, roofing,, windows, etc. NO MONEY DOWN - FtNANCING ARRANGED other sizes at comparable prices f it - is raoGHXErsiE 462 - 1860 in UNG8TON abea ENterprise 9440 CUSTOMCRAFT BUILDERS, INC. itw, Bwtdwiry, RmtsselMr, N.Y. , Cl'STOMCBAIT BlILDERA TNC. ! A1KPOHT OFKKE8 EI. 3? , WrPIN0EK8 FALLS, . T. J i wouts inn a ftii ihimaii on J NAME ADMf St t city' dential residence and' report within 18 months Its recommendations for a site. The House measure would permit construction of the home In time for Humphrey to occupy it before his term expires In January 1969. He lives now in suburban Chevy Chase; Md. There was no indication of how the Senate would react to the House proposal. But House supporters said they believe! the Senate might accept the - Jlouse version and send the bill to President Johnson who Requested its enactment. There was no argument against the premise that the vice president ought to have an official home paid for and maintained by the government. : 'Say Tuning Was Bad But Republicans, led by Minority Leader Gerald R. Ford of Michigan, said the timing was bad.. With the administration calling for reductions in school milk, military housing and education program. Republicans said. Congress should not embark on any nonessential spending projects. The House bill would merely authorize the General Services Administration to go ahead with construction and furnishing of the home, separate legislation would be required to put up the money to do the job and to provide for maintenance and upkeep of the residence after it is built. bbbbbbbbbbbbbbIIbbbbKbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI bbbbbKKiPbbbI bbbbbbBP4EjR?1H BSIRubbbI PVT. ROBERT LAZAR, son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Laiar, 66 Beacon St., Beacon,' has completed a course in advanced combat infantry training at Camp Lejeune, N.C. Before entering the service he was employed in the accounting department of the Albany Savings Bank while he attended Russell Sage Business' College. He is a graduate of Beacon High School, class of 1962. He Is receiving further training and Is assigned to the Second Marine Division at Camp Lejeune. PSC Approves Water Works Sale ALBANY. N.Y. (AP) - The Public Service Commission consented today to the sale of the Chateaugay Water Works Company and Its franchises to the North Country village of Chat eaugay for $35,000. The. company, founded In 1868, serves about - '480 customers from springs and a 250,000 gallon reservoir. Gertrude M. Johnston and Sarah A. McGibbon, who own 180 'of the ,200 outstanding shares of company1 stock, told the commission they each, are' over 80 years old, in 'poor health, anj no longer able to perform their duties as company officers. Two rivers, the Niger and Be' nue, divide Nigeria into three regions. PHONt Schoeniag Attends Reunion Of Irish Regiment Chairman, of the Board of Supervisors Sch o"e n t a g, R - Beekman, attended a recent reunion of his' World War H Army unit near Boston. . It was a reunion of the Boston Irish Regiment the '9th' Massachusetts Volunteer Militia Regiment lOlst United States Infantry Regiment 'in Dorchester, Mass. It was the 50th reunion for members of the division who served in World War I and the 25th reunion of World War II members. Mr. Schoentag, a captain, was commanding officer of G Company, and also served as a staff officer in combat intelligence. African Nations Called Pro - Africa By Kenya Aide SYRACUSE. N.Y. (AP) - Afrl - can nations, says Kenya's minister .of - economic planning and development, "are not necessarily anti - and pro - either East or West but simply pro - African." ' With that, Tom Mboya told, a Syracuse University audience Tuesday:' "The Idea that we can fit into a predetermined label is an abuse of our intelligence and an assumption that the struggle is not over our own deeply felt convictions but over maneuvering and intrigue from the outside." Mboya, leader of one of Kenya's major political parties, also" criticized the' United States and other countries for what he said was talking about the need to "help Africa," while 'undermining African states In' International trade. He added that African countries' that get technical aid and loans are "faced with competition from those same - countries." 9MM)c seS tiottf for home Lighting 4 Make that new house become a home . . . Transform your new house give every room a glowing dramatic focal point with tastefully designed lighting fixtures. These fixtures, correctly chosen, will convert your house' into a home alive with warmth and beauty, .. At our showroom you'll set hundreds of selections tor home lighting for every room, every period, every budget. Stop in let our skilled lighting consultants assist you In your selections. - 250 Page Booklet on "How to Decorate f REE" ""' fc'f"' yur Home" yours tor just visiting our showroom nothing to buy. 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