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Frederick News-Post (Newspaper) - December 13, 1982, Frederick, Maryland Good morning no amount of artificial reinforcement can offset the natural inequalities of human individuals Henry p Fairchild vol. 3 a leased wire and features Frederick Maryland 21701 monday december 4secuons tou1 Poland May ease Security Warsaw Poland a the Basic Rigours of martial Law will be suspended before the end of the year internment will end and there will be a partial amnesty Gen. Wojciech Jaruzelski announced sunday night Jaruzelski the Premier communist party chief and head of the martial Law Council said in a nationally televised speech that his regime Hopes to end military Rule in the reasonably near but he indicated that in the meantime it would retain some of the extraordinary Powers it assumed last year. Jaruzelski spoke on the eve of the first anniversary of the Day he proclaimed martial Law to begin the destruction of the Independent labor Union Solidarity. The Union was outlawed on oct 13, and last month the government concluded it was no longer a threat when underground leaders were unable to rally a nationwide protest strike. Jaruzelski said the 21-Man Council of National redemption is of the opinion that conditions have Arisen for suspending martial Law. The suspension of martial Law Means that its Basic Rigours will cease to function before the end of this the Sejm Poland s parliament meets monday to take the legislative action necessary to put the military Council s decision into effect. Jaruzelski spoke Only in general terms of the restrictions that would be lifted and those that would remain Only regulations that directly protect the fundamental interests of the state creating a protective shield for the Economy and ensuring the greater personal safety of citizens should re main in Force wholly or in part As a temporary he said. The National Economy needs special Protection and the Public wants the fight against crime to be stepped Compromise said Only is answer Washington a the social Security Reform commission probably could unanimously recommend a com Promise package of higher payroll taxes and lower Cost Ohi ving increases if president Reagan and House speaker Thomas p. O Neill give their assent its chairman said sunday. Alan Greenspan said there already is tentative agreement on the 15-member panel that the Way to solve the Iso billion to billion shortfall Confron Ting social Security Over the next seven years is through a mix of higher taxes and lower Benefit hikes. But Greenspan on Abc to s this week with David Brinkley and on Cable news network s news maker said the panel is still divided on How much should come from taxes and How much from revenues. If both the speaker and the president could agree on the outlines of a specific solution that would pretty much carry the said Greenspan. Sen Robert Dole a Kan. Said Reagan o Neill and others ought to press for a specific Rescue plan so they can use the commission As a whipping boy in pushing unpopular Reform legislation in Congress but Dole the chairman of the Senate finance committee and a member of the Reform panel said be doubts the panel will reach an agreement at its final meeting next Friday Post Index the weather sunny and cold today highs in the lower Clear and very cold Toni fat lows 10 to 15 sunny and not to cold tomorrow highs in the 40s on the inside classified ads comics editorials letters obituaries. Funerals other views sports to Money weather map world briefly d-l-2 d-4-7 a-5 a-7 c-l-4 d-10-11 a-2 a-2 area gets first Snow of Winter Clearing the path after mild autumn the Winter snows finally fell on the Frederick county area Over the weekend and with the snows came that Winter chore shovelling the White stuff. Eleven year old Daryl Happ of Braddock did t really mind shovelling the Snow much because he knew just As soon As he was through he could join his friends and play in it. Photo by Bob Leveroney from staff and wire reports the Winter s first major snowfall greeted area residents sunday mor Ning accumulations varied around Frederick county with the Southern portion receiving 4-6 inches and Frederick City getting 2-4 inches Snow began falling in Frederick around saturday and a Snow emergency plan went into effect at 3 . Sunday the plan was lifted at noon sunday according to state police at the Frederick bar Racks. News Post meteorologist David Lesher said the storm was right on schedule for the Start of Winter at the National weather service at Baltimore Washington International Airport meteorologist Lester Levy said it s not Early for the first snowfall but for the amount that s another the storm which was entered in South Carolina caught forecasters by Surprise he conceded. Weather service advisories Satur Day night had predicted Little accumulation. The storm was expected to move due East rather than Northeast said Levy. According to the National weather service National Airport in Washington d.c., received 7 inches of Snow Baltimore 6 inches Lovettsville va., 5 inches Richmond va., 5 inches and Lynchburg a 5 inches Dulles Airport recorded 7 in Ches of Snow state police in Frederick reported a few minor mishaps of the fender Bender variety because of the weather. A few people called us saturday night to see How the roads were and were told they were getting icy so apparently most people stayed said a police spokesman. Area roads were pretty bad Early sunday morning he added. Frederick City police chief Richard j. Ashton also reported no major accidents because of Road conditions. Everything was Ashton said. Around the rest of Maryland Only one Senous Accident was reported a tractor trailer Jack Nimg Early sunday near Lutherville state police spokesman Dan Mccarthy said fortunately it s a sunday with fewer Drivers out than on a weekday county Highway department chief Ronald 0 Linton said late sunday afternoon there were still some icy spots on county roads but no pro Linton said Road Crews spread cinders and Salt 7 -5 p m sunday. Most of the Snow said Linton was in the Southern part of the county around Kemp town and Point of rocks. Lesher said Northern Frederick county near the Pennsylvania line almost had no Snow other accumulations around Maryland varied from six inches in Easton to three inches in Westminster and Ocean City. The weather either forced cancellations or delays of a number of activities sunday around the state including the Maryland Marathon in Baltimore the race was called off As a driving Snow continued to fall at 10 we feel it s too dangerous to be running through the said it John Sipes of the Baltimore traffic division. In Frederick county on the third sunday of store openings without Blue Law restrictions business was reportedly slower than last Sun Day. Jan Starr an employee at rout Zahn s department store opined the Snow had a negative effect on the number of shoppers out taking advantage of the county s Bend in the Blue Laws. At the Francis Scott key mall a spokeswoman also said business was Down from the previous sunday residents who need Snow to fuel their Holiday spirit had better take it All in monday according to forecaster Lesher he said a warm ing trend is expected tuesday and wednesday making Short order of the weekend s accumulation i i i 1 i jobs my stay atop Agenda in lame ducks final week Washington a despite talk of Compromise on the my missile controversy it is becoming increasingly unlikely that Congress will wind up its lame session As scheduled on Friday such trouble spots As the Gas tax an emergency jobs Bill and the Battle Over the missile president Reagan dubbed the May keep the lawmakers in session through next week or even after Christmas and sen Robert Dole a Kan. Indicated sunday the Gas tax Issue alone would keep Congress Busy until new year s eve Early in the week the House is expected to begin action on a Stopgap spen Ding measure that includes a 5.4 billion democratic jobs Bill which republicans say will prompt a presidential veto. The House appropriations committee affixed the jobs plan to the catch All spending Bill on Friday by a vote of 25 18, in a move by democratic leaders to improve the chances of the jobs measure most government agencies technically will be broke unless the spending Bill is passed by Friday but Reagan has already threatened to veto if it contains the jobs Bill. The democratic plan would provide Money for a variety of emergency Public works jobs plus housing Aid and assistance for the unemployed including food and shelter democrats say it could provide work for people on monday in the Senate an Effort is scheduled to choke off a filibuster by conservative republicans that is stall ing action on the proposed Nickel a gallon increase in the 4-cent Federal gasoline tax. Aides to the Senate rep Bucan leadership said majority Leader Howard h Bakerjr a Tenn. Would have More than the 60 votes needed to pass his cloture motion to shut off debate on the Gas tax increase the legislation is supposed to raise an estimated billion a year for Highway and mass transit improvement Spon sors say it would create construction jobs Reagan is pushing the tax increase opponents argue it would depress the private Economy by making Consumers pay More for a Sone Dole appearing on lbs face the predicted that the gasoline tax will pass in the Senate it May not be until new year s eve but it will pass no matter How Long it takes we can t let four or five or six members of the Senate hold us up until next said Dole chairman of the Senate finance committee . Headquarters blocked Ormom Tittor str rid in front of the i of Ottok troop Hinkl Quartz. Norl Rar weapon inh of her Mil Iliev Bward b at so diff not in h on Sands fair termed very successful Grimes is elected to Board a very successful great Frederick fair helped pay for building improvements at the Fairgrounds the organization s president said Ruben p Delchev re elected presi Dent of the Frederick county agricultural society inc and the great Frederick fair inc saturday said the organization spent a 20 for capital improvements in the last fiscal ear we have a nicer Fairground because of Delchev said we modernized the rest rooms and first Aid facility so they would accommodate the Handicap Ped future improvements planned in elude the conversion of a Dispina Hall into an All season building and we Hope to put some kind of new ticket Booth in front of the grandstand Sair were Irving to make the Fairgrounds available on a basis he added Delchev noted the Center of percent of the livestock been Block topped to Licul arh Good for or women with High in other at saturday Fruia. Meeting of fair Board James 5 fleeced to ii a vacancy on the 11 member Board of directors the aereer1 to is executive to Amer Erncr tha1 Rev up Between Montev self me Deni i Kenneth Kef v f to Fry Juno i s 1ewsp4per of Asp Apfer

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