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Daily News, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1976, Port Angeles, Washington 140th Issue of 61st year the daily news port september 1976 20 pages 15 cents 2 2 issues on Jeffco ballot port Townsend two ballot issues but no primary candidate contests will face Jefferson county voters two incumbent county commissioners will run unopposed tuesday and in they Are commissioner for District and District in the Brinnon residents will vote on the establishment of cemetery District the names of Zula Leslie Britt and Harry Bailey appear on the ballot As commissioners for the new District if it is no assessment Structure has been set for the new according to county assessor in port Ludlow and fire District residents will vote on a property tax Levy to increase the regular tax Levy from 78 cents per of assessed value to per of assessed the increased tax Levy will allow Leas Purchase of a fully equipped fire department emergency Aid the District election tuesday statewide 60 per cent county vote predicted by Sheridan Fahnestock Ronn Hallnon r by Sheridan Fahnestock fair weather and a 60 per cent voter turnout Are forecast for tuesdays primary voters will select party and in some races the Only for the november general in the City of port Angeles voters will cast separate paper ballots in an advisory election on whether they favor construction of an Oil port on Ediz the polls will open at 7 and close at 8 voters in the three Callam county commissioners districts will nominate by who will be decided on countywide in in District the East end of Callam county extending generally West As far As Chambers Street in port democratic candidates Are Jerry incumbent Rosemary Donald Kirner and Bill Republican candidates Are Merle Dick Lotzgesell and Ruby within that commissioner voters in Callam county fire Protection District the Carlsborg will decide whether to approve an increase to 89 rents per of property value of the fire districts regular property tax the present tax is 36 cents per the added Money would be spent on new fire fighting protective clothing for firemen and other materials the districts commissioners say cant be afforded three democrats Are on the ballot in commissioner District the Central port Angeles since no Republican is the top vote getter of the three will be the Lone candidate in the District in they Are Donald Andrew Kruiswyk and Ronald in District the county West democrats Howard Mike Doherty the and Allan a Pursley Are seeking their party while Verl Poole is the Lone candidate on the Republican As other unopposed must get at least five per cent of the votes cast to have his name appear on the general election incumbent Superior court judges Chamberlin and Tyler moff Ettare unopposed in their nonpartisan races for election to fou year terms in two Frank Feeley and Vivian Are running for the nomination for Callam county while Dortha Dotty Paxson is unopposed for the gop Only one of the three primary races in the states 24th legislative which covers Mason and part of Thurston is that is the race for the position 2 seat Between democrats Leona Savage the and Brad Irene Conca is unopposed on the gop democratic incumbent Paul Conner and Republican challenger Kara Hoshor Are unopposed for their parties nominations in the As Are state Gordon a and Evelyn his Republican two republicans Are vying for the nomination to Challenge incumbent democratic Don Bonker for the third District congressional they Are Richard Dideon and Chuck Callam county auditor Alice teeny Thorne said last week she anticipated a 60 per cent turnout at the Little action on two charges the director of the state Public disclosure said today any decision about an investigation into alleged disclosure Law violations by a Peninsula weekly newspaper will be decided by the commission Graham director of the commissions said this morning that the commission had still not received a copy of a letter from commission vice chairman Werner an instructor at Peninsula alleging the Sequim press had functioned As a partisan political committee without reporting its activities to the the Sequim press has denied quests charge and says it has been told that state William will conduct a hearing Friday in the courthouse in port Angeles on quests action which it claims is an attempt to influence the a Senate Paul was scheduled to be in port Angeles today to begin the according to a spokesman for the weekly Rob Ellis and Rick Stingle of Kitsap development take six Inch plastic pipe from a loader and place it along the route of the Black Diamond water work started a week ago on the project workers Lay pipe for water system pipe is being Laid beginning at the North end of Black Diamond Road the project is expected to be completed by news photo by Lom Thompson commissioner candidates report on funds the 13 candidates for three Callam county commissioner positions on the tuesday primary election ballot have reported contributions of and expenditures of to the state Public disclosure the candidates disclosure of the amount of Campaign Money they have spent and a listing of Campaign contributions and contributors is required by the provisions of initiative the states Public disclosure figures for each candidate Are As of according to disclosure commission Only Campaign contributions of or More Are District 1 Gerald Jerry 2344 Cedar Park listed Campaign contributions of All but of that Money was listed As personal Barnes listed expenditures of Rosemary port Angeles Box Democrat listed contributions of a total of of that was reported As cock ills personal was in Loans and the remainder was in Small none of which exceeded she reported total expenditures of Merle 2354 Cedar Park listed contributions of All of which was a total expenditures listed by Eells were Donald Sequim Box filed a exemption with the disclosure which Means he will spend no More than on the primary and if he wins the democratic nomination in the general he is not required to list his finance total expenditures reported by Kirner were Bill Sequim Box listed Campaign contributions of a total of was listed As Knapman own the remainder being contributed in donations or inking major contributors listed by Knapman were Jack Kreider of Frank Roberts of and Stacy Stone of Sequim Swinford of Bob Matriotti of Markley of Don Abel of and Ala of total expenditures listed by Knapman were Dick Sequim Box listed contributions of of which was in the remainder was in several Small total expenditures reported were Ruby Sequim Box listed contributions of of which were mantles personal was a loan and the remainder was in major contributors to mantles Campaign were Perry and Margaret Elliott of Troxel construction of and Louis and Marie Gregor of Mantle listed total expenditures of district2 Donald 1022 Cherry reported contributions of of that was betters personal were inking services and the remainder was major contributors were Wayne Martin of and no address Charles and and Willard Traylor of port total expenditures reported by Bettger were Andrew 516 Lith listed Campaign contributions of All of which were the candidates personal he listed total expenditures of Ronald 313 12th St reported contributions of of which were inking were in Loans and the remainder in major contributors were Norma Turner of port Margaret Ritchie of port Anne Thomas of Eloise Kailin of Sequim Jack Estes of port Angeles off the Peninsula and inside White House sources and an official of Jimmy Carters Campaign were quoted today As saying the second debate Between Carter and president Ford is to be held in san Francisco the first one is scheduled for thursday night in while Ford used a relatively Light schedule to continue preparations for the Carter Rode a 13car Campaign train on a whistle Stop tour of new Jersey and Pennsylvania cities Peter Buck of and Harold Sisson of Rural port total reported expenditures were districts Howard Mike Doherty 923 b Democrat reported contributions of including in inking services and in All other contributions were All less than total expenditures reported by Doherty were Verl has not submitted Campaign contribution and expenditure according to the disclosure Allan Freshwater reported contributions of of that was a and the remainder was in major contributors listed were Paul Conner of Leonard Kautz of Don Gray of port Ernest Lackman of port and Paul no address total expenditures were next debate 6 and with tax Reform and unemployment the Central themes of his earlier Story on Page 2 a turkish Airliner crashed into a Mountain and All 153 aboard reported most Are German and italian Page 2 teachers and Seattle school officials have agreed on a proposed pages Public pier on City Agenda an agreement to allow port Angeles to Purchase a Public pier site on the cites waterfront is included on the port Angeles City Council Agenda for tuesday City manager Ken Whorton has been negotiating with owners of two waterfront Sites which were discussed in an executive session of the Council last neither the Sites nor the property owners have been Whorton said he would present a recommendation to the Council once he reached a Purchase Price agreement with either or both of the funds Are available for Purchase of the property and there is a possibility of Federal economic development administration funding to build the weather Easterly winds 10 to 20 knots with higher afternoon gusts except 15 to 25 knots in outer Strait through sunny after Patchy morning fog or Low sunday in port Low Low tuesday Sunrise a Sunset Index occurrences 13 seen around Marmot sitting on Hill observing hikers at Hurricane Ridge Crescent Beach crowded with people enjoying warm endow summer weather Fly fishermen taking turns sitting on Rock in disgruntled father giving up to ballgame so kids can watch cartoons the ballots in the cites advisory election on the Oil port will be counted after the regular primary election results Are possibly on she Mary superintendent of county said that Absentee ballots have been sent in close could determine the this is Hordyke first election As she replaces Gladys who now handles motor vehicle licensing in the auditors in statewide nine persons Are seeking party nominations for democrats in the race Are Marvin Dixy Lee Duke Stockton and Wes Uhlman the republicans Are Harley John Hugo Frye Carl John Spellman and Emmett miss Ray had been leading in the polls up until late last week when a poll commissioned by the Seattle Post intelligencer had Uhlman with a slim Durning has trailed badly in the he insists the polls Are inaccurate and looks for Victory to come out of a Large 30 per cent undecided his candidacy was Given a shot in the Arm last week when he was Given a backhanded endorsement by the governor said Durning is probably closest philosophically to his views than the other four Daniel a has blasted Uhlman and miss saying neither has adequate qualifications to run the if miss Ray were to win the primary and go on to Victory in the general she would become the first woman governor in Washington she is the first woman to wage a serious Campaign for the states top elective eight Are seeking the two nominations for lieutenant the democrats Are Elbert incumbent John Cherberg and Rudy Valdez the republicans Are Fra Jerry Philip Richard Van Horn and Jamie the race with the distinction of the most candidates on the primary ballot is that for Secretary of eight democrats Are seeking the including Joseph Patrick Patricia Gentry Bob Robert Bill John Niels Nielsen and Bill the republicans Are George Bright and incumbent Bruce Democrat Robert the and Republican William Bill cough Are unopposed for the nominations for state incumbent democratic state auditor Robert Bob Graham and Republican fax Puri Are unopposed for their parties nominations to that As Are attorney general candidates Bruce the and Slade the Republican also running alone for the democratic and Republican nominations for state land commission Are incumbent Bert Cole and Richard in the nonpartisan race for superintendent of Public incumbent Frank Buster Brouillet is being challenged by James Jim Moore and Philipp Hap if one of the three gets More than half the primary election his name alone will appear on the ballot in the november general insurance commissioner Karl a is being challenged by three members of his own party for the nomination to his they Are Leo Nancy rising and Glen on the Republican Ted Richard Dick Marquardt and Harley Wellman Are seeking their party two of the four nonpartisan races for positions As justices of the Washington state supreme court Are candidates in All four races getting More than 50 per cent of the vote will appear alone on the november seeking election to a six year term in position 1 Are Keith Callow and Floyd and running for an unexpired fou year term in position 4 Are James the Arthur Eggers and Fred unopposed for election to six year terms in positions 2 and 3 Are Charles Stafford and Robert nine including incumbent Henry Are running for fellow democrats challenging him Are Paul Gumbel and Dennis hitch hiker the Republican candidates for their party nomination Are George will Warren Henry Wilbur Parkin and Clarice

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