The Charleston Daily Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 25, 1969 · Page 3
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... ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ BACKERS FEAR DEFEAT House Shuns Vote On Surtax Move j WASHINGTON '.fl — The decision against a House vote today j on President Nixon's surtax extension bill has shattered administration hopes for an early, dramatic anti - inflation move. House leaders called off the crucial vote after head counts showed the measure to continue the surtax past its June 30 ex piration date was likely to be defeated. No new date was set fori STREET LIGHTS GOING UP Workmen Frank M. Bird, left, and Lonnie Carter install a modern street light on McFarland Street as part of a continual program to update Charleston's street light system. The R. H. Bouligny firm of North Carolina is doing the work for Appalachian Power Co. City Manager Vincent Reishman said the program started two years ago and eventually will cover the entire city.— Daily Mail photo hy Earl Benton. bringing the bill to the House. Democratic Leader Carl Albert of Oklahoma told reporters it will not be called up until after the July 4th congressional re cess. Meanwhile, emergency legislation will be proposed to contin ue income tax withholding at! the present rate— including the 10 per cent surcharge— until Congress completes work on the HONOR FOR AVA DOLIN St. Albans Losing Veteran Official St. Albans City Clerk - Treasurer Mrs. Ava Scott Dolin will be honored tomorrow for more than 20 years of service in city government . Mayor Averil L. Ramsey has officially proclaimed June 26 as Ava Dolin Day "for the wonderful work done by such a dedicated public official. She has given generously of her time and effort in all - city affairs in j dignified, faithful and business like manner." Mrs. Dolin will retire June 30. A dinner at the Rose City Cafeteria in South Charleston will be held tomorrow at 6:30 p.m. in her honor. During her high school years Mrs. Dolin worked in the city clerk's office after school and during the summer. Upon graduating from high school, she took a job with West Virginia MRS. AVA DOLIN Retiring At End of June Department of Public Assist - arhar]f«tnrtT\ai]nmail[aj]C^ unLil 1948 when she PUBLISHED BY THE Weekday ^Evenings a Charleston, W. Va. Telephones:^ ^ ti Siindny Gmette - Miil, .. SJ1.W Three Mnr.l.hS On* Month Dally Only by Cirrtar or Mill Wiffiour mail subscription , 'dealers r Agency. Corp. turned to St. Albans as a deputy clerk. Each administration since 1952 has reappointed her to the city clerk - treasurer position. Her affiliations include the St. Andrew United Methodist Church, Wesleyam 'Service Guild, American Legion Auxilia - | rv 73, Fine Arts Department, St. Albans Woman's Club and the International Institute of Municipal Clerks. She is married to Lance H. Dolin. an employe of FMC, and they reside at 1111 South B Street. Her son, David Vande - linde, obtained Ms doctorate in electical engineering at Carnegie Tech and is now an asso ciate professor at John Hopkins University. Her brother, William Lloyd bcott. is serving His second term as a congressman from the 8th District oi Virginia. GET PLAQUES 14 Honored For Aiding Rural Growth By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS _ TTnnrfPPn irpti received dis tinguished service awards today citing them for "extraordinary contribution to the growth and development of rural commum - Thc TiVir - TnDrc Home Adminis - t^tmn cmrl the state made the! awards, which were presemeu in a ceremony at the state capital. Taidrnr rart in the presen ts t'mn of nlanues and; certifi - «n> r^>v. Arch A. Moore Jr., James V. smith oi wasn - ington, D. C, administrator of( the FHA, and A. James Man chin, FHA state director. Thej lvvinip.nr.s were: —Frank O. Chapman of Wells - hnro - J. Carl Rinehart. mayor of Pennsboro; William 5. Bryant, nvavnr of SummersvLIle : Dr. Clarence C. Cottrill of Glen Rogers, Wyoming County. —Alfred Ross of Elk Garden. secretary of the Mineral County Planning UHnmissum; uaiaci Lmtsnn jr. oi weoMer ouruuia publisher of the Webster Echo; Fred L. Shock of Mount Zion. chairman of the Calhoun County Planning Commission. raiority leader of the House of Delegates: aenneui suiter oi Rock Forge in Monongalia Coun - tv - Ijiren E. Baelev of Middle - oourne, a memoer or. me iyier County Planning Commission; Julius Altieri, mayor of Ooalton in Randolph uounty. . — F.uffMiG M. Brewer of tin, publisher of two weekly newspapers in Lincoln County; Dr. K. Kuane Hurley, president r>f Salem College, and Richard iParrish, editor or toe ivairmurii West Virginian. All dot rarnsn were prebeni, > receive the awards. Junior distinguished service awards were made to four Marion Countv youths— Nick Lou Sabarr of Worthington, Donn Borda of Rivesville, Mark An - tnony Mane run oi jj - armingion] ana Terry iviaxwen ui rtacnei. Saban. who is in New York, and Borda, who is at Boys State, were not present for the cere mony. extension measure. The Nixon bill would extend! the surtax at 10 per cent for six j months and at five per cent forj a second six - month period, end - 1 ing June X. 19/0. Qtner provi sions repeal the seven per cent investment tax credit, provide! lor a special low income allow ance taking two million poor families off the Lax rolls, and give some tax relief to about 13 million taxpayers. jumtant members of ine Democratic bloc which has been fighting the bill in its present. mrm saw tne House wavs ana Means Committee now will be under pressure to speed work on elimination of some tax preferences and incorporate them in the surtax extension bill. Rep. Charles A. Vanik, D Ohio, one of the group, predicted fie delay will not gain any votes for the measure as it is now written. House Speaker John Cormack told newsmen the1 postponement was decided on the reo.uest of Wavs and Means unairman wiimir d. Mills, d Ark., who has been suffering routs oi intestinal illness. However, other leadership sources said a check of Demo crats showed most uncommitted 2 - 1 sentiment against jsurtax extension among those' wno naa maae up cneir minas. lo get tne measure passed, 30 to 9U Democratic votes needed to go with 12U to 130 G - OP votes, two - thirds of the minority's membership. the ways and Means Com mittee is working on broader tax reiorms wiin tne goal bringing in a comprehensive bill early in Aueusl. The insurgents have contend ed. However, unless substantial reforms were included in the surtax extension bill— or the ex tension were limited to a few weeks—the chance for what they call loophole closing might fie lost. Committee members jciosed a !asl~minute effort was made and defeated to include reduction of the 27Vi per cent oil oepietion allowance in tne sur tax extension tun. C&O Service Off Schedule After Wreck HUNTINGTON (AP) - All Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad passenger runs remained behind: schedule today because of a 12 - i car derailment of an eastbound! C&O coal train Tuesday morn - i ing one mile west oE Thurmond! in'Fayette County. Railroad spokesmen said - Ihcj derailment caused no injuries,! but the twisted cars tore up about. 300 feet of track on both; the east and westbound main - ; lines. Feeder trains to Detroit and h Louisville were being held berej lodav awaiting the arrival of: the westbound ''George Washington," which left Washington, D.C., at 4:35 p.m. Tuesday. Thej train was expected here late Uiis ■ morning. The eastbound "George Wash - j ington," which left Cincinnati all 6:25 p.m. Tuesday reportedly! was the first train "through after j the derailment was cleared at; 8:10 a.m. today. The train was:; due in Washington at 9:05 a.mJ but was not expected to arrive' until about 4:40 p.m. Lon H. Hairston To Lead 40 Elks j To State Meeting Lon H. Hairston will lead r> delegation of more than 40 from, the Charleston area to the Westl Virginia convention of the IEPO| k i ic s oi tne: World beginning. Saturday in Mor - gantown. Hairston h a s| been serving as! I state president! oi the iralcrnal: order for morel than a decade.; He will introduce! Hobson R. Rev - HAlRSTON nolds of Phila delphia, grand exalted ruler. Another guest will be Nellie B. Smith of Washington, D. C, grand daughter ruler. inomas J. watms. exalted ruler of Capitol City Lodge 1453 and Mrs. niizabetn iSankston. daughter ruler of Kanawha Val ley Temple 489, will be among' those present. Ine meeting continue through next Tuesday. WED., JUNE 25, 1969 CbatUBtOtt ©ail? 0*3,1 8 INCHES OF SUMMER SNOW BATTER YELLOWSTONE PARK YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. l.T> - A summer storm dropped up to eight inches of snow at higher elevations in Yellowstone National Park Tuesday night and early today, closing several highways. An estimated 18,500 persons are in the park. A National Park Service spokesman said most tourists come prepared for the park's cool weather and no incidents of exposurr or traffic accidents were reported. Cody and Bear tooth entrances to the park were closed and traffic in the park was light as tourists waited for snow crews lo clear the roads. Highways over three passes in the park were closed by snow. !— Sugar cane by - products in - ■ iJdude molasses, rum, alcohol, " fuel and livestock feed; from line stalk residue, wallboard and j paper are obtained. Dr. Charles L. 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