The News from Frederick, Maryland on September 7, 1967 · Page 13
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September 7, 1967

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 13

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THE NEWS. Frederick, Maryland Thursday, September 7, 1W7 Page A-13 A P W i r e - i c t o -UiOOL KKCKSS ON THK FLIGHT DKC'K -- Thirtcen-ear-old city ifticials were lojking over the craft The Navy has the Teddy Yoh, of Raverford. Fa . passes in front of the moth-balled ship up for sale--at a tentative price of $400.000--and a study aircraft carrier, the U ,S S Tarawa, at the Philadelphia Navy is under way to determine if the ship could DJ used as a floating Yard at the same time Philadelphia and NJ\V York school and public school World Today By W I L L I X M F. ARBOG \ST WASHINGTON (AP)-A long, cold autumn seems likely to be the price Congress will have to pay for dawdling through the long, hot summer It's ofi again on its third vacation since convening last January. And when it returns Sept. 11, the end of the 1967 session won't be in sight. Legislative leaders no longer UPHOLSTERY COMES CLEAN ITH Lave a fixed target date for fi ral adjournment, although they hopefulh look to mid-November as the get- away period. In the optimistic opening days of the -,ession they plugged for July 31 as going-home day. Then they oacked it up to Labor Day They'd settle now for Thanksgiving Day Although much has been done during the first eight months, much more remains to be done il the scheduled business is to be disposed of before the end of the year. And most of the r*- K.aining iegislation is highly controversial. It deals with tax increases, nigher postal rates, pay raises, Social Security, the antipoverty program, civil rights, foreign aid and election law reforms. LO list a few. A tax bill is scheduled to hit the House floor in mid-October, rnd then it starts all over in the Senate. The Social Security measure, oroaden'ng benefits, has passed the Houv but isn't expected .' ivich a Senate vote until late in ("'etcher Tl'e (Action reform bi'l 's the RENT THE GLAMORENE' ELECTRIC UPHOLSTERY SHAMPOOER · Modern . . . Com poet . . . Al easy to use at a hand vacuum cleaner . . . Guaranteed lafe . . . · Profenional relultt the first lime . . . Easy to follow directions. M*nf If tor onrjr $ 1.30 a day WITH THE PURCHASE OF CUMORENE UPHOLSTERY SHAMPOO T.R. SAYLOR CO. 15-17 Main St. Walkers ille, Md. 2179:$ HI-:A (7 Y-DICNITY WARMTH ami GRACIOl SNESS Ml v c r important in our Funeral Home DAI LEY'S I L \ K K \ I . 1IOMK I MM VOIt'lll M A K K K T ST. Successor To (. E. (lino £ Son C-;T 823 Tr; dition--I'nderstnndine and Personal Attention is a l « i t \ s Senate's unfinished business v. hen Congress returns. It hasn't been acted on by the House Also neanng the voting stage in the Senate are a $2.6 Million antipoverty bill and a broad housing measure including a House-rejected provision to exterminate rats in slum areas Major unfinished business on the House calendar is a compromise $70 billion defense appro- ; riation bill with a controversial provision banning naval ship contract awa-ds to British ship- vards House-passed bills to protect uvil rights workers and to make it a federal crime to cross state lines to incite rioting are languishing in the Senate Judiciary Committee headed by Sen James Eastland. D-Miss. The House Post Office and Civil Service Committee hopes to have ready soon bills to hike postal rates and to boost the pay of postal and civil service em- ployes. Pay raises for military personnel are being considered hy the House Armed Services Committee The Day bills are 'must" for the ore-election vear ' ession Onh ix of the 17 appropriation bills have gone to President John on Eieht of the remaining 11 have passed the House onl The thr^e that haven't been considered bv either branch finance the foreign-aid program, mili- tarv construction, and antipov- prtv programs They can't be considered until separate legislation is enacted putting spending ceilings -n the programs The mone\ bills enacted involved ^residential requests tor v4l 5 j'lhon m new funds and reflected congressional cuts of SI ') bil'i'jn This includes the Defense Department measure over w^idi there 's n contra\ e r s v ;s t' aporopnat'on-. Economy-voting isn't keeping pace with economy-talking. But despite the long holidays and delays over censuring Sen Thomas J. Dodd, D-Conn., and unseating Rep. Adam Clayton Powel', D-N.Y., Congress has pretty much to show for its work to date. It has enacted a new draft law, extended the Teachers Corps and other education programs, increased the national debt limit twice, provided benefits for "cold war" veterans and halted a threatened railroad strike. James Marlow, who usually writes this column, is on vacation. Woods To Give Up Labor Day Boating DCTHAN. Ala. ( A P ^ -- Businessman Charles Woods, a former Alabama gubernatorial candidate, says he's giving up L .bor Day outings on his yacht \nd he has reason. Last year on Labor Day, he and his family went boating in the Gulf of Mexico. The boa* -aught fir e and exploded, injuring Woods and his 'wo sons. Th · boat was destroyed. Mcnday. the family was or. the Gulf again in a new yacht. A fire broke out in the engine room. This time, with the help of the Coast Guard it was extir guished safelv · Nj.xt year." said Winds. 'We'll have a barbecue in the h rk \ a r d CORRECTION Shoes Marked Three-Eye-Tie $B.ll Should Read $1.44 Shoes Marked Classic Oxford $1.41 Should Be $6.4 1 Thi.s mistake appeared in our Tabloid paper which w published on Sept. tilh. WOOLCO DEPT. STORE KRESGE'S 26 NORTH MARKET STREET SALE SEPT 7-8-9 THUR FRI SAT Plastic Drapes «·» 57c 44c Glidden Latex Wall Point... $2.99 Reg. $3.44 Bathroom Tissue 68c Magnus Chord Organ $17.97 Kay-A-Way Seamless Mesh Nylons 4 ,. $1.00 52-9-I\ Spring Clothes Pins « 0*», 53c Scatter Rugs «.«o^ O v 0 , 2^ $3.00 Values To $.99 24"x72" Hall Runner 5Z. $1.77 RCR. $1 99 Chocolate Covered Peanuts 2 ». $1 Our Re*. 67r Lh. Aqua Net Hair Spray 13-Oz. Size Limit · Reversible Throw Rug 48c 88c All TtANSISTOR KensingtonWalkie Talkie- $8.44 LavA-Way let BIG WEEK! WICKES BIQ WEEK I A/Dl/1// WICKES FINEST QUALITY 'i--' ASPHALT SHINGLES 3-IN-l SQUARE TABS SQUARE WHITE ONLY 3-IN-l SQUARE TAB SELF-SEAL $-138 Square SEVEN COLORS REAL BARGAINS YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO M/SS. CARLOAD PURCHASE MEANS HUGE SAVINGS TO YOU! OWENS CORN|NG FIBERGLAS INSULATION VAPOR BARRIER ONE SIDE PER ROLL 3" x 16" 70 SQ. FT. ROLL $3.25 6"xl6" 45 SQ. FT. TUBE $3.67 WICKES HAS ALL YOUR HOME REPAIR NEEDS. STUDS 2"x4"x8 f \nd I ' r r c u t s ( u i i i t r i u (ion and better _o r. 1 stci in r tii l ( \ V I I s l ( l ( k IS . I S S O 1,1- t i o n i;r.ide stim| d. 63 EACH PRE-FINISHED PANEL LAUAN MAHOGANY REGt LAR $3.68 SAVE 70c 4'x8' PANEL $2-98 SALE ENDS SEPT. 13,1967 WICKES) lumber £ building supply center I S Miles S. of Fredorick. Route XV (Old Washington Road) PHONE P U ' M K I N ( ; 6 6 . M l - » « » P H O N E L I M B E R 662-4107 I OPEN FRIDAY EVENING 'TIL 9 O'CLOCK OP»« MW Thru Th UM 7 » 5 i » _ * r i 7 )*« »*-s.»»r4»v r M- ** 'SPAPERJ

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