The News from Frederick, Maryland on September 5, 1967 · Page 6
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September 5, 1967

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 6

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Man On The Go TROY, N.Y ( A P - Thomas E Allen is a oung man on the Allen was graduated Thursday from Rensselaer Polvtech- Taktn by millions for over 7 5 years in homes I ike yours rue Institute with a degree in aeronautical engineering Friday, he was commissioned a U S Navy ensign in ceremonies on the RPI campus Three houis later, he was married to the former Rola J Janowskv of Ixn-kport at the Sand Lake Baptist church in nearby Avenll park A wedding cake served a dual purpose Friday was Allen's 22nd birthday Thut 1 . three states do not h a v e am l a w s governing Opticians Flies Mistaken For Fire BUFFALO, N Y M Firemen found sand flies in the belfry when they investigate* I a report of fire at St Louis Roman Catholic church in downtown Buffalo Friday night A swarm of the insects around the church's steeple gave the illusion of smoke to a passe, oy, tuined in the alarm THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland 5, HOP AP *·" about Down-to-Earth Low Prices ... 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SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS MEET THE SENATOR -- Senatorial Scholarship winners from Carroll and Fiederick Counties meet State Senator Goodloe E Byron prior to a picnic supper at the senator s Frederick home Thursday night as Blair In the second row are Wayne Bell Robert Dorsey, Edmond^ fort, Rohe.t Longford. Michael Koontz, William Margrabe Miles 0 Leary, NeU Long and Chris Ahalt All winners were 1967 graduates TM " r^^r^c,^srs-iSrs^srwSSd ^i=,s=,»r=* ^-»«-«-*.--«-~ _ _ _ , _-. »-» _. · » « · _ * I T -n _* .J Tit .-iww j-is^i c-fr 1 11C TV it 111^1 O *3*IV T » » l M* V ? » » * - » · - * » » * · · · ^ - fj- - ' St.'i, Virginia Birely, Allison Stup, Margaret Frazier, Doug Metcalfe and Thorn- coast Anti-Castro Refugees Flock Here readily f.nd jobs and fill a real need in this country work professionals, 7 per cent, sk.lledcued 13,540 cubans "eetmg^the* "" , t , vnrkprs 8 oer cent semi- country in small boats fcxpena- fill a real need in this country Two airlift planes arrive eaci JJ 0 TM"' * £ nt c i erlca l and itures bv immigration, customs It is amazing how well they sue-' v\ eekday at a cost of $850 each ; ales ' 1? ^ f cent ' f a r m i n g O r ?nd other federal agencies add ceed," he added iThey bring in from 850 to 1,000 f ls hm'g, 2 per c°nt, service occu- to the tab With nearly 400,000 refugees icfugees a week pations, 2 per cent The others P,T,» txl .. i m». Elready in the United States, \earlv 80,000 '^airhftees" ar e listed as children, students 1,BJ rrograillb ;r maintains schools " « f tne wlspy British mod- m 1959 . lt has res - e, - I I sireauy in ine uiuiicu ot-nca, icaii* w ,vww *.-- «nt HOUVM *«^ ^-^ . ^ « ~ (thers arrive daily by airlift, in have arrived since the shuttle dn d housewives small boats, and via Mexico started Dec 1, 1965 About The cemer m MIAMI, Fla ( A P ) -- Eight and Spain? which have Havana tnree-fourths of the newcome-s to teach Cubans new skills and PITTSBURGH ( A P ) -- In a vears after Fidel Castro seized airline service iare flown to other cities, tie Eng i, s h language It report- spe ech to the Young Americans power ,n Cuba refugees from ^^^vnto,^** ^T^Ser" ^ed that 60 ed 14,4 refuges, nearly .11 £ Fre edom Fnday n.ght Re- K'tWt S Shere the taxoav Welfare Apartment reported it per cent of the arrivals by this elderly or incapacitated, are on pubhcan Barry Go i dwate r drew i initea Maies wne e i --..ii.Jn a | !as a $=i million budget this route are of working age--be- its welfare rolls _ _ --!,,,,., h^t^o^n Tnhn«:nn qd- er foots tne bin 01 $ ^^ ^^ ^^ g ^ s ^ ^^ tween 18 and 64 Seven per cent Other costs We i?s worth the money, says a Cubans here, fly "most of them are over 65 and 33 per cent un taxpayers jjjtajjg Tor the Cuban Refu- g^J-jJ^^^ "VWSXi? of occupations tSSlEKe, Who got more i thai Extra, Gulf No Mobil Premium, Phillips Flite Fuel, noco 26O, Supei Shell, and Texaco Sky Chief? Lead-Free Amoco. It's true Here's proof. We m a t c h e d l e a d - T r e e AMCC against these p r e m i u m brands, in 1 * separate tests \vith 208 ears, over months of mileage r u n s The Sports Car C l u b of America certified results T h i s is t h e i r n o t a r i z e d s t a t e m e n t " l e a d - f r e e A V U K O fot more miles per gallon t h a n these other brands " Why the tests 1 We w a n t e d to p.ro\c that lead-f ree A v i m o c a n g i v e vou more mileage So we d i d n ' t use p r o f e s s i o n a l drivers, or tracks, or test cars Our d r i v e r s were c v e r - d a motorists like vou housewives, taxi u . i . c i s , volley students They drove their own cars--sports cars, taxicabs, family sedans--regardless of make or model They didn't use test tracks They drove where vou d r i v e , on all kinds of roads, in all kinds of weather, through all kinds of traffic And l e a d - F r e e AMOCO beat these brands in miles per gallon It doubles s p a i k plug life, too \nd users report up to 7 l »,6)0 miles w i t h o u t muffler replacement Make y o u r o w n mneage test w i t h \ M K O -- thconly I ead-f rcc Premium dasohnein America Only at American Oil Dealers. Another reason why ' You expect ·nore from American and you get it'*" r*i In TM» A(fv»r»H«'v»M Tnr» 1»«7 AMOCO Super-Premium Gasoline. Certified Lead-Free. The Only One. C* 'of* i

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