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Daily Globe (Newspaper) - April 16, 1979, Ironwood, Michigan
Ironwood doily Globe won., april 16, 1979 Page 3 the Taxman internal Revenue service commissioner Jerome Kurtz shown recently in his office at the Headquarters of the irs in Washington is a Man Many americans never see but has a lot to do on rules and regulations concerning How tax Laws effect us. Kurtz was appointed two years ago by president Carter. A laser photo plan memorial dedication Rhineland Eil. Wis. Rhinelander s Jaycees expect to Complete their City Hall beautification project in time for a memorial Day dedication monday May 28. Suomi honors Mickelsen Hancock Suomi College will Honor the Rev. Andrew and Mary b. Mickelsen and family with the 1979 Suomi col lege distinguished family award at the annual alumni Din Ner Here monday. April 23. Stu policy successful Houghton the residence Hall drinking policy at Mich Igan technological University has been working Well and a housing official says he will recommend its continuation. John Killmar Stu housing director says noise in dormitories has been reduced and disciplinary cases have been few since a permit policy was approved by the University last de Cember. Gladstone plans cuts Gladstone the Gladstone City commission re viewed half of the proposed 1979-80 operating budget with City manager Howard Keeton and the budget reflected cuts in a number of areas primarily in the local and major Street funds. Ashland Board to meet Ashland. Wis. De Wagner Community development specialist for Ash and. Will present a report on the neighbor Hood housing Grant during the Ashland county Board of supervisors meeting on tuesday. Want help in finding pieces of jetliner Detroit a there Are still some missing pieces in the Puzzle of a jetliner s harrowing uncontrolled dive Over Michigan and subsequent emergency Landing at Detroit metropolitan Airport. Parts broke off the plane As it screamed earthward and Federal safely investigators have asked the Public for help finding those parts so the Jet s flight can be simulated by computer. With this known in formation the computer perhaps can Tell us what would have to happen to make the plane behave the Way it said Leslie d. Kampschror. An investigator for the National transportation safety Board. The trans world airlines Boeing 727 was on a flight from new York to min Neapolis when its six mile plunge started Over Flint. Mich., the night of april 4. Investigators believe the Jet made at least one barrel Roll and broke the Speed of sound before the Pilot managed to regain control an estimated 22 seconds before crashing. There were Only a few minor injuries aboard. Of primary interest to the Federal aviation administration and the transportation safety Board is a six foot aluminium Slat that came off the plane s right Wing during the dive. Investigators would also like to find smaller pieces of aluminium that came from the plane s spoilers or slow Down flaps. Fred Rathke of the Nosb said the missing Flap could be an important clue but we Don t have the Flap or its actuator to work the safey Board said All available data on the Accident involved plane plus data from the Boeing co. Will be used for the computer. The dive was probably an isolated incident but its cause should be known because the Boeing 727 is the most widely used jetliner in the world one investigator told the Detroit news. Repairs Are being completed at metro so the damaged jetliner can be flown to the Twa maintenance base at Kansas City for a More detailed examination. Duing that flight engineers will test All flight controls on the plane and also will be testing the automatic Pilot which was turned on just before the dive Over Michigan. Anyone finding what looks like a part of the jetliner can Contact the Federal aviation administration District office in Ypsilanti the Faa s Joseph bloc said. The term punch Down in bread making with yeast Means just that. The dough is pressed Down with the fist in order to make the air cells in the mixture More compact. Why Are More people switching to o twin City service Agency inc. Laurie Kivisto because they like the Tow premiums Quality insurance and Friendly professional people let us a tact Tut it Fly my not fun test ctn run Aetna Allstate american ins. Co. Roo out associated indemnity Auto owners citizens ins. Co. Continental Crum Forster Dairyland formers merchants fireman s fund finnish Mutual Foremost Frankenmuth great american i Surall Michigan Mutual Midwest Mutulo notional Ben Franklin Hampshire progressive Riverside Royal Globe is. Paul time Transo Merica Wolverine United states Fidelity guaranty Madison wis. State lawmakers return to the Capitol tuesday for the second floor period of the 1979 legislative session and at least two months of work on the 1979-81 state budget. Just As the first floor period earlier this year was dominated by debate on a 5942 million tax package legislative discussion this time will be largely devoted to the biennial budget a billion document currently before the joint finance committee. Sen. James Flynn a West Allis Senate assistant majority floor Leader and a member of joint finance said the committee is scheduled to finish its work on the budget May 11, with the committee s version of the Bill drafted and introduced by May 22 joint finance recently wound up a series of Public hearings on the budget and the committee is now considering recommendations of its five budget discussion groups and taking formal action on them. So far the committee has trimmed million in general tax dollars from the budget proposed by gov. Lee Dreyfus but Flynn says much More will have to be Cut to avoid a million deficit projected by the legislative fiscal Bureau. We re trying to find Flynn said. We May have to find More than that if Federal Revenue sharing is Flynn said besides avoiding a deficit the state could lose million in Federal Revenue sharing under proposed changes in Federal policies and must also keep million unallocated As a contingency fund. It s going to be he said. Because of the Money situation this budget probably won t resemble previous budgets which included numerous new programs he said. I Don t see this is going to be the kind of Christmas tree if you want to Call it that that we be had in the he said. The dollars just Aren t going to be Flynn estimated that the legislature could pass the budget by the end of the floor session june 29, but he said debate could last through the end of july. Things Haven t gotten that partisan with democrats taking one position and devote time to budget j n _ republicans taking one position to the extent we can t work it said. Possible areas of Contention could be whether to include the million proposed University of Wisconsin veterinary school in the budget Flynn said. Arguments could also arise Over whether to emphasize new Highway construction or resurfacing of existing roads and whether to finance High ways through a gasoline tax or Transfer of Revenue tax dollars he Eaid. It s difficult to Tell this Early in the floor period what non budget items Are going to be taken up by both houses Over the next two months Flynn said. There Are Many controversial Bills that Aren t out of committee he said not ing the raising of Wisconsin s drinking age As one state ratification of a . Constitutional amendment giving full congressional voting rights to the District of Columbia will probably in spire quite a bit of he said. The Senate is slated to take action on that proposal during the second week of the floor period. And a Senate Bill creating a citizens Utility Board could be taken out of legislative limbo this period Flynn said. The Bill went Down in the Senate on a tie vote broken by it. Gov. Russell Olson acting As presiding officer. However lawmakers raised a Point of order that Olson should not have been in the chair that Day because the governor was out of the state. Olson was to have ruled on the question this period but a constitutional change approved by voters april 3. Removed the lieutenant governor As Senate presiding officer. Flynn said the question would probably be brought up again before whomever the Senate elects As chair. I Don t know what Well he said. We be never had this problem about years ago the sea level along the East coast was some 100 meters lower than it is today according to the National geographic society. Scientists have found giant sloth Bones mammal Teeth and peal containing grasses and twigs in the Atlantic seabed at Depths of 90 meters. Kwiw so us for i
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