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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 27, 1976, Bluefield, West Virginia How they voted forecast . Washington a Here Are the votes of West Virginia a congressional representatives during the week that ended june 19 Senate Bill to authorize $3.2 billion this year and 22.7 billion next year for foreign military Aid programs and set controls on Sale of . Weapons to foreign countries. Passed 62-18. Against Byrd Randolph. Bill to modify an act providing Federal Aid to health maintenance organizations. Passed 80-8. For Byrd Randolph. Bill to authorize $160 million for five year program to develop electric powered cars. Passed 72-16. For Byrd Randolph. Amendment to place program under Energy research and development administration instead of department of transportation. Passed 46-43. Against Byrd. For Randolph. Bill to authorize $155 million plus $175 million in loan guarantees for Erda program to promote development of cars using no Petroleum fuels. Passed 63-27. For Byrd Randolph. Amendment requiring logging of All communications with executive Branch by persons seeking to influence administrative decisions. Rejected 50-35. For Bvrd Randolph. Amendment requiring reporting name of recipients of lobbying communications. Rejected 61-23. For Bvrd. Against Randolph. Amendment to delete exemption for communications by group with senators and representative from District in which its principal place of business was located. Rejected 61-17. Against Byrd Randolph. Bill to repeal the Federal regulation of lobbying act and set new standards for registration of lobbying organizations with expanded disclosure. Passed 82-9. For Byrd Randolph. Amendment to set mandatory Federal Energy conservation standards for new buildings and provide Federal financial incentives for Energy saving in existing buildings. Passed 57-37. For Byrd Randolph. Amendment to create office of Energy information and analysis within Federal Energy administration with Power to collect data from Energy producing firms and provide Congress with the information. Passed 46 45. For Byrd Randolph. Amendment to reduce Extension of Federal Energy administration to three months from 15 months letting it expire after sept. 30. Rejected 45-38. Against Byrd Randolph. Amendment to end Federal Price controls on Oil from stopper Wells producing to barrels a Day or less. Passed 61-39. For Byrd Randolph. Amendment to end Federal Price controls on increased Oil production achieved by applying enhanced recovery methods to existing Wells after feb. I 1976. Passed 58-35. For Byrd Randolph. Bill to extend the Federal Energy administration through sept. 30, 1977, and provide Federal incentives for Energy conservation in buildings. Passed 81-12. Conference report on Bill to authorize funding of $2 billion for Job creating state and local Public works projects $1.25 billion for anti recessionary Aid to help state and local governments maintain services and $700 million for waste water treatment programs. Passed 70-25. For Byrd Randolph. Amendment to alter prompt pay provisions of packers and stockyard act to permit options of paying for purchases by mail. Rejected 78 16. Against Byrd Randolph. Amendment to direct Treasury Secretary to report to Congress within one year of enactment of tax revision Bill whether any substantial tax shelters remained. Passed 84-0. For Byrd. Randolph. House of representatives Bill to appropriate $3.4 billion for military construction and family housing for the armed services in fiscal 1977. Passed 361-22. For staggers Slack. Against Hechler. Absent Mol Lohan. Amendment to add $10 million to army budget and Cut $17 million from Navy budget for consolidation of helicopter flight training programs. Passed 288-110. Bluefield daily Telegraph sunday june 27, 1976 3a a Taffy rat fail Cir Fra Byrds Eye View by u. S. Sen. Robert c. Byrd National Outlook rain is forecast today for the Midwest and for an area just West of the great lakes. Clear skies Are forecast elsewhere according to the National weather service. A wire photo map murder Williamson w. A. Apr Mingo county officials have charged Elmer Cline 59, of Williamson with murder in the fatal shooting Friday of James Roberts 28, of Rawl. Cline was lodged in the Mingo county jail and also charged with brandishing a deadly weapon and intoxication. Authorities said Roberts died within minutes after being shot in the left shoulder. The Bullet penetrated his left lung the county Coroner said. The shooting was proceeded by an argument Between the two in front of Roberts Home. An autopsy was ordered on the body to determine the exact cause of death. Johnson Huntington w. A. Apr bos Johnson news director of Saz television will join the Marshall University faculty As an associate professor of journalism. The appointment is effective at the beginning of the fall term in late August. A Zbos Johnson is recognized As one of the most outstanding television news directors in the country and we Are delighted that he had agreed to make his talents and experience available to journalism students at Marshall University Quot said or. Deryl r. Loading chairman of the journalism department. Johnson joined Saz in 1952 and has been news director since 1960. The Charleston native worked previously at radio stations in Bluefield and Morgantown. His wife or. Dorothy Johnson is chairman of Marshall a speech department. Dynamic productions presents Bicentennial dance music by bits amp pieces West virginian hotel ballroom sat. July 3rd 9 . Boob a set amp ice furnished $12.00 couple a $6.00 single education Board Richmond apr the state Board of education has warned local school systems their state Aid is in jeopardy if they dismiss school Early to give teachers planning time. Board members meeting Here Friday unanimously adopted a Resolution calling for strict adherence to a state requirement for schools to have a minimum of five class hours a Day for at least 180 Days a year. Preston c. Caruthers who drafted the Resolution said an Arlington youngster was routinely dismissed at 1 30 . Each wednesday after being in school Only four hours. A a b Ltd Good Mamino All of Lido who visited hot Yibao use Ham for your attention and interest. Is Beira Tifuh tint attend Arnee Jar surpassed Ani my Bens we expected. Ute aft pwt a we pleased float so Cut of town people made Hoe drip to see Ort boost. Ode Nao my All of Moo to visit6spec Ckuj i a to to Wert unable to see Fin boost Joe in lots of Beautiful furniture a full lint of / cd Piti i la mirrors and pictures and most visual aaa ass oms Elizabeth doors who dts Imd Iii House and Tine Intuit Decoro Iiri toil i be most a of assist Chi in Home furnishing sir Rice is free of or web Jar hts. Customer our 5bre Homes Are til a duo through saturday and admission to Isumi Ute France our own a knew so do come in curd Browst our store. Ute Art Here to help q of. Fife a Rocc Day a Warlick furniture he Comfort Stoke beside new farting bldg on Raleigh St. Bluefield in. A. 327-Femi j d \ nation s weather Viet custody Blackstone a. Apr a vietnamese woman whose Legal efforts to regain custody of her two sons were rebuffed by a Virginia judge Friday will Appeal. Mrs. Nguyen Thi Phuc who allowed an army Captain to adopt her boys. Bobby to and Sammy. 5, during the closing months of the vietnamese War contends the adoption was not Legal. Mines report Charleston . Apr the death toll in West Virginia s Coal mines through May stood at 13 compared with seven fatalities during the same period last year. A report by the mines department showed la of the deaths this year occurred in underground mines and two in surface mining operations. As of the end of april 55,490 persons were employed in the mining Industry and production for the first four months of the year totalled 38 million tons. By the associated press thunderstorms were scattered saturday through the Northern Plains lower Mississippi Valley Texas Gulf coast and Middle Atlantic states. The heaviest activity was in the upper Midwest where Tornado and severe thunderstorm watches were issued. Watches were posted for Central Wisconsin Minnesota northeastern Nebraska Eastern South Dakota and Western Iowa. Temperatures were Easo i ably warm along the Southern i Pacific coast. In the North 1 West. Temperatures Rose after j near freezing readings Satur a Day morning in portions of Oregon. Washington. Idaho and southwestern Montana. Saturday afternoon temperatures ranged from 106 degrees at Yuma ariz., to 48 at Caribou. Maine. Sunday s forecast scattered showers and thundershowers in the upper and Middle Mississippi Valley Western great lakes Texas Gulf coast the Gulf coast states from Louisiana eastward and the Southern Atlantic coast states. Temperatures will be mild from Washington state through the Northern Rockies and the Plains. Cloudy skies Are forecast from the lower Ohio Valley into Missouri. Elsewhere skies will be fair with temperatures above Normal. The u. After reaching a Low Point in the 1960�?Ts, the United states merchant Marine Fleet now appears ready to regain its dominance on the High seas. And that is Good news for All americans since the merchant Fleet is an important part of the Overall defense Structure of our nation. The United states in the period immediately following world War ii had an impressive merchant Marine Fleet which handled better than 50 per cent of our foreign Trade tonnage. Yet As the years passed other maritime nations modernized their fleets while America did nothing to keep Pace. Thus american Flag ships which carried 58 per cent of u. S. Import Export cargoes in 1947, hauled Only 42 per cent in 1950. It continued to be downhill from that Point on a to 23 per cent in 1955, la per cent in 1960, and to less than 5 per cent in 1969. The main reason for the decline in american participation in maritime com Mercedas the change in the Type of cargo being carried. While the amounts of general cargo being shipped showed Little change shipments of Oil s. Merchant marines experienced a 170 per cent increase Between 1956 and the Early 1970�?Ts. And the u. S. Fleet simply did not have the tankers necessary to participate in Teh transporting of Oil. All that is changing now due in Large measure to the merchant Marine act which Congress passed in 1970. The legislation a the first dealing with the merchant Fleet since 1936 a provided incentives for the manufacture of tankers and bulk carriers and generated $3 billion Worth of new contracts. It also recognized that improvements in the merchant Fleet had spin off benefits for americans defense since manufacturers of the merchant ships also conduct construction for the Navy. In the past three years american shipyards have delivered 76 new vessels and have completed construction on 17 others. Fellowship Home meeting slated the annual meeting of the Mercer county Fellowship Home will be held on thursday july i at 7 30 . At the Mercer county Fellowship Home 421 Scott Street Bluefield. The election of officers for the coming year will be held. This meeting is open to the Public and All citizens interested in alcoholic and drug rehabilitation Are urged to attend. The my Fth Board will hear a report from the recruitment committee and the selection of a new director of the fellow ship Home will be made. Tile woodchuck lives underground where it hibernates All Winter. Two to six Young Are born every Spring. Maternity fashions second floor a Penney attention descendants of Iames Witten the Pioneer scout and his son James Wilkerson Mck. Witten 1808-1878 who built old Witten Home on Plum Creek of you Are planning to attend it. Witten Bicentennial Celebration 3 Miles West of Tazewell a saturday amp sunday july 3rd-4th be sure to Register at our Booth purpose to establish a source of information for a family tree and proposed reunions Arthur b. Hendricks 5301 n. Clark St. Chicago Iii. 60640 All we want to do is make you Happy Randy Hughes Bassetts restaurant Bluefield Plaza Bluefield . Last Sale before Price increase effective july i 1976 Hyde Park Interior exterior Vinyl acrylic Flat Wall paint pjk#1 Interior exterior v nyl Aery 10 plat paint Reg. L6s5 a washable a i hiding a dries in 30 minutes a easy application a clean up with soap and water a Safe for children s rooms 5 25 Gal. Baltimore paint Gleen Merkin Murphy Premium 100% acrylic horse Raiho All window shades 10% off Bicentennial special i America 76 America 76 a Flat Wall paint House paint i Reg $099 6.25 Gali la Reg. $499 7.85 a a g e. 9-cup percolators Reg. $21.45 now $1095 plus i la. Max Pax Coffee Blanks wallpaper ii Ano paint stores Sio Kaleigh St Blue he to w a 807 me ice k St Princeton w a a we deliver a

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