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The journal and Republican. (Lowville, N.Y.) 1929-current, February 07, 1973, Image 11

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C’mon fella s . . H A V E A r f k i H REMEMBER YOUR SWEETHEART with a delicious candy heart by PANGBURN (89c-$15) ......... . AND a beautiful card by ........... HALLMARK o n l y a t M ED A ’ S CO RNER PH A R M A C Y LtWVllle .lYQUR PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY” 378-6212 N o el Rum b le D ead At 60 A n a lysis Noel M. Rumble, 60, of Cen- tral Square R.D, 2, a Greig na- tlve and form er Port Leyden resident, died Ian. 28 In the Veterans Administration Hos­ pital, S yracuse. Born at Gretg, Dec. 6, 1912, the son of John and Fannie Ford Rumble, he was a lumberman In the Port Leyden section many years. He moved to Central Square nine years ago. He Is survived by his wid­ ow, M rs. Alice Fuller Rumble; a daughter, M rs. Ronald LaCIalr, Albion; three sons, Neal, Port Leyden; Barry, Providence, R J .. and E ric, Baldwtnsvllle, several grandchildren; and two siste r s , M rs. Rowena Doty. Central Square, and M rs. Michael (Gera trude) Fumlch, Pennellvllle. The funeral was Jan. 31 at the Watson Funeral Home, 206 S. Main St., C e n tral Square. Spring burtal will be In Beaches Bridge Cemetery, Lowvtlle. L o t t e r y W i n n e r Michael Kerfln, Croghan, was a recent $500 winner in the New York S tate Lottery. Complete Furniture UphClftterlng & Repair Carpet Sales & Service Free Es tim a te s - A U W O R K G U A R A N T E E D Representative In Lo w v llle Eve r y Friday. Write O r Phone Rom e 3 3 7 *5 0 1 0 Collect I f N o An s w e r , 337-0320 Camden Upholstering Co. HD S Camden, N.V. 13440 (Continued from Page 2) vtlegea, and explain Insurance and r e tirem e n t benefits, as well a s such perquisites as. the right to a District of Columbia li­ cense plate, numbered according to one’s rank In the Senate peck­ ing or(k r --plus one. Number One being reserved for the Vice President. (My tank was 99 because I bad no prior service as a congressm an o r governor, which adds Into the calculation of seniority. I beat out Lawton Chiles of Florida because New York has the larger population.) At that meeting I was presented with three books; The Rules and Manual of the United States Senate; an exegesis thereof by the chief parliam e n tarian, D r. Floyd Riddick; and the Congrsslonal D irectory for the second session of the prior Congress, 1 d e ter­ mined to spend the next few weeks m astering the parliamen­ tary rules, but soon bogged down In their intricacy. I would learn to my relief that the Senate op­ erates in a reasonably free and tolerant m anner, and that much of Us business i s conducted not so much by the rule book as by continuing recourse to unani­ mous-consent agreem ents. Those who do know d ie rule book, however, are equipped, at c r iti­ cal moments, to take the par­ liam entary advantage. New senators learn that they are expected to carry the prin­ cipal burden of presiding over the Senate. F o r someone like me, who has never presided ove me, who h as n e v e r presided o v er any function nor even scanned Robert’s Rules of O rder, the prospect seem ed ongtnous. It w a sn't a ll that difficult, however, because sitting immediately in A G A I N , W H A T S N E W I N P I C K U P S G O M E S F R O M D O D G E . D o d g e S U R P R I S E D ; (SO ARE FORD & CHEVY.) AUTHORED DEALERS The D o d g e Boy* offer a full r a n g e o f g r e a t p ickups— from A d v e n turer m o d e ls a n d th e six-m an C rew C a b * t o d i e exclusive n e w D o d g e C lub C a b (with e x tr a c a r g o s p a c e inside th e cab). All h a v e ind e p e n d e n t front suspension, f r o n t d isc brakes, a n d Electronic Ignition. S o if y o u 'r e looking f o r a pickup t o h a n d le yout hauling, c a m p ing, a n d driving n e e d s - g o se e t h e bo y s w h o h a v e it a l l . . . d ie D o d g e Boys. Who sels tough trucks? The Dodge Boys-thafewho! CROGHAN o n a l d s o n o d g e 3 4 6 - 1 3 1 5 n g DODGE B O Y S front of the C h a ir Is one of the three parliam e n tarians, who whispers up the appropriate In­ struction. Tbe most dlMtcult task Is to learn the Identity of eighty o r ninety b rand new (aces, together with state o t origin, so that one can recognize the Sena­ tor from So-and-so without any excessive o r obvious fumblli.,'. During this orientation period, 1 introduced myself to the Senate Republican leadership—to Min­ ority Leader High Scott, Minor­ ity Whip Bob Griffin, Chair­ man Gordon Allott of the Repub­ lican Policy Com m ittee, and Chairman M argaret Chase Smith of the Republican Conference. One important call was at the office of Senator Wallace Ben­ nett, Chairman of the RepubUcan Committee on Com m ittees, In o r ­ der to learn how committee a s ­ signments w e re made, and to r e g ­ ister my preferences. The p ro­ cess Is in fact mechanical. Once the minority vacancies on the various com m ittees become known, the RepubUcan members of tbe Incoming class line up In order of seniority, and take thetr pick. Each senator Is appointed to two m ajor com m ittees, and often to one o r more minor ones. My own initial assignm ents were to PnbUc W orks, Space, and the D istrict of Columbia. JOURNAL A M REPMUCAM, L N V V f tli, * V. WEDNESVAV, FEBAUART 7, 1 1 7 1 9 C o u n t y I t i ’<*<’ iv4-f4 $ 3 3 , 0 0 0 O r a n I Congressman Robert C. Mc­ Ewen, R., Ogdensburg, has an­ nounced approval of a $33,000 Office of Economic Opportunity grant to Lewis County Oppor­ tunities, Inc., Lowvtlle, The 12-month Federal grant will provide for the adm inis­ tration and management o f the Community Action Agency. The grant will also provide coordina­ tion of efforts of local crafts groups, organise food buying co­ operatives where feasible, and establish volunteer services groups. Karen (Continued from Page 2} W elfare, John Gardner, b roke the twenty-year Im p asse of Federal aid to education. Johnson also successfully established Medi­ care and Medlcatd, reform ed our racist Immigration law, helped push housing, greatly enlarged our national park system , began action on m a s s transit and pol­ lution control, started noncom­ m ercial public b roadcasting, and began to fight the war on poverty. Mr. Johnson accomplished much good In the Head S tart program for children. He will long be rem em bered as the on­ ly President who fought for ci­ vil rights since the Recon­ struction period. He created the Civil Rights Acts of 195? and 1960. He also completed the 1964 law which John F. Ken­ nedy had proposed. In assum ing the Presidency, M r. Johnson stepped suddenly. He held the country together at a time of great distress, \ f t only President Johnson could have heard while alive som e of the words that w ere said upon bis death, his service a s P resi­ dent and his m em ories of the White House might have been happy.” H is powerful record In Washington will be over­ shadowed, unforftmately. by h is Involvement tn Vietnam. NEW & USED EQUIPMENT Ford 800 Demonstrator dean d e al $9,500 original list 611,200 John Deere 520 1800 actual hours, excellent condition Ford 871 Diesel completely overhauled excellent condition Ford Dextra John Deere 4 2 0 with loader, excellent condition new tires A llis C h a lm e rs D-14 Gas, good condition. 9 N Ford Tractor good condition Ferguson 30 good condition Farmall Super C good condition Oliver Grain Drill used 1 year - like newt SPECIAL - Off season deal a n Ford BalersVrith throw ers COGAR EQUIPMENT R o u t s 1 2 L f t f t S F t l i t 3 4 1 - 8 4 9 6 L e t t h e m a i l m a n m a k e y o u r i c h e r ! 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