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Port Angeles Evening News (Newspaper) - February 4, 1968, Port Angeles, Washington Nooi Sra Nairas drop with taxes by Ned Thomas other school districts throughout the state have been paying in local property and doing it than the port Eles but while this District has enjoyed Low school its on program has slipped to where to falling to meet minimum this is Why the school Board has proposed a to raise an estimated to begin catching up in the w9 school to be voted upon next the reasons for erosion of the educational program being in the and for dwindling financial have been tiled in earlier articles in this lexus 258th i not of 52nd Tor february 1968 14 Page 10 cents be Way to compare the part Eles District tax 28 others is an analysis of i fund millage assessed districts of similar Here Are 18 school districts he state rated in the is by the Washington Tierye in the size group from 0 to which s port with its Ament of near the Bot of the ver the last six tax Mills and from 1963 to 1968 incl port Angeles ranks 18th last in total general fund Lage for its total the six years is an average of per i highest is North Shore with a in of Mills or the average of the 18 tracts for the period or per seventh and last article in a giving details of the look Levy text lowest to port Angeles is Emerton with for six third from the torn is Aberdeen with comes Walla Ith and ranging upward m the 12 Omell in s Central Val Kent and general fund millage Vides the local property s share of tax Money for oper on of the its the fund o which Money from next essays special if would building fund 1 Bond redemption fund monies e figured separately and Are t involved in the o Ai Jeles position by comparison the other districts is by Ting school taxes to the owner a Home valued at the Washington state Arch a privately Al need tax research organi has figured this on the Sis of school taxes paid by to residents in the states 33 cities for the current t the research councils ures show that the owner of a me in port Angeles valued for x purposes at paying this the Only City wer of the 33 is Lere the figure is the High t is Bellevue at the rage of the cities is ranking just above port an or third from is Vernon at and above it Yakima at from there they Range upward from sampling of a few neighbouring str cts Olympia special levies for oper Ion already have been voted by number of districts for the 969 tax on 23 a voters approved a ill Puyallup passed one of i North Kitsap carried Central Kitsap voted ainu Ridge endorsed and Ranklin Pierce approved districts which earlier roved special levies include without Relief from the state most districts have been voting special levies for Many the Levy up for vote next week in the port Angeles District is Only the fifth True operational Levy of the four previously voted Only one has it was in May of 1986 and was for operational levies failed twice in 1964 and once last state Law prohibits a Levy for any longer than one there will be a constitutional ment on the ballot in next no members general election which would allow levies for two Jack port Angeles reports that 90 per cent of the school children in this state Are in districts which have been voting special local property taxes provide per cent of the total school budget this frisk Points they add up to of the Bud largest source of Revenue is from the or per Federal funds Tal or per county administered funds from the 1 per cent real estate action payments from View school District for Educa Tion of its secondary receipts from state Timber sales and in leu funds from the eral housing administration come to per or the balance of per or is derived from Stu Dent investment milk fines and Federal milk re Imbur payments from other districts for the Handicap Ped and Sale of sup plies and the breakdown of spending or is going for in salaries of consultants and supervisors represents 70 per according to with the balance going for text audiovisual educational sup plies and materials for the next highest budget items is for Plant or per it includes clean ing of operating ing and ventilating systems and operating motor vehicles other than school the other items Plant per cent for Upkeep of Bull dings and improve and Pupil per for operating the bus system and per cent for administrators and their staff operating system wide rather than in an individual building or Pupil per cent for Gui psychological and health food per cent for costs of serving milk to children in regular school payments to other districts per cent for joint programs with other districts such As education for Ped or gifted nighttime re sections bursts of Mercury por stars and the oily Sheen of the log Pond highlight this after dark picture of incorporated taken by Erl news photo escape route Battle action heavy As reds Back out of Saigon Saigon a Allied troops battled a communist detach ment six Miles Northeast of Sai gon Early sunday in the wides Pread efforts to blot our Helve red offensive that authorities the prelude to invasion from Hie elements of the Lith a Mored cavalry regiment and South vietnamese marines took on an enemy Force of undetermined size near thu on one of the routes by which bloodied communist outfits were withdrawing Tran the Hal and tie area of tart son Nhut the Mand said fighting was Jet fighters and helicopter gunships worked Over the ene my positions by the Light of acute flares before the ground forces established the heaviest bombardment in weeks of May clefts tit Ktie con Thien and other Sand Bridge toll reduction petitions to be circulated Here this week petitions for lower tolls on the Hood canal Bridge will be circulated beginning this week by the port Angeles chamber of it was announced saturday by president Ralph copies will be presented to chamber member sat their weekly luncheon meeting monday in Harrington sky he adding that Chambers in Seq Ulm and Forks will be contacted to take similar similar petitions were be ing circulated last week in the port Townsend the port Angeles petitions read we the undersigned wish to petition the Washington state Highway commission for a reduction of tolls charged on the Hood canal floating Bridge we feel it is an injustice to the users of this Bridge to subsidize any operation other than the Cost of operation of the Bridge itself and feel that existing ferry runs should port themselves Rafanelli pointed out that the petitions support stands already taken by this districts members of the state Legisla vice president Joseph Dalley will be in charge of the Mon Day Rafanelli and Dorothy chamber Man will be in Portland Mon Day and tuesday attending a conference of chamber Mana Gers and off 1 errs from Wash Oregon and bagged posts below the demilitarized zone had suggested approach of the anticipated key a drive by four Hanoi i to South Vietnam upper prov people fully aware and prepared for a Lor american official the fighting May be severe and bit but i think we can handle Jet and b52 Strat fortresses blasted at enemy troop truck convoys and gun positions in and near the Doz to Chal Lenge the enemy a blow from North at this Limp would be calculated to take Mother denied care Newborn infant Dies Japan May be asked to switch log buying clocks two boys on bicycle dodging heavy car traffic on eighth Street flood of youngsters getting out of movie matinee sprinting for cars in heavy rain appointed by saturday closure of Hurricane Ridge Road newcomer anxious to break out Golf clubs shaking head Over Rainy weather weight watchers stoutly resisting invitation of open Box of Candy bowlers groaning As old timer Buzz Fazio bowed out of to 41 injured when train jumps track Kansas a ten of the 14 cars of the Al Cap chief passenger train derailed minutes after leaving the Kansas City Union station Early forty one persons were in none All were Given emergency Hospital ment and Santa be Railroad officials said they had not pinpointed the cause of the the train was in route from Chicago to los it was travelling about 50 Miles and officials when the derailment occurred about of the told police he noticed the train was losing Speed shortly after leaving the polling places Are you Uncertain about where you Are supposed to vote in tues Days special school election if look at the list of polling places appearing on Page 10 of today evening Tokyo a the United states May ask Japan to switch part of its Timber purchases to Alaska from the states of Ore gon and Washington to defend us Dollar informed sources said informants said the request is expected to be made at the second Japan United states Tim ber Trade conference in Tokyo Japan has been importing Tim 30 per cent of its Tal Timber Ore gon and Washington and sources said there is a growing Mand for More Timber to meet japanese travel tax to depend on travellers honesty Washington a the honesty of the checked ultimately by the governments computers and provide the Basic enforcement of any overseas travel tax which Congress May Secretary of the Treasury Henry Fowler will carry the administrations travel tax pro Gram to the House ways and Means committee on monday and spell out How the depart ment plans to enforce the package is part of an Overall program to reduce the International Dollar Drain by billion this one part of the package reportedly Calls for a 5 per cent excise tax on air and ship tick ets other were still open to change As late As Friday although the general Fields of action had been Fowler and his top tax Stanley assistant Secretary for tax visited a Kansas on thursday to Confer with the committee Wilbur Chicago baby girl whose parents had been turned away from Hospital shortly after she was dial in an other Hospital one policeman helped the parents but they said another would the and Phillip Johnston of suburban started for Columbus Hospital on Chicago North Side three Miles the child was Johnston stopped his car and hailed a traffic Robert Carl the officer led the tons to Sheridan general it was the closest Carlson i rushed into the lobby and a woman has just had a baby in the car out Carlson said a nurse and Doc Tor came and the Johnstons were directed to Edgewater More than a mile a spokesman for Sheridan general Hospital said the Slon was based on Sheridan Lack of facilities for care of by born so the couple and the police Man went to Edgewater the baby died the coroners office said the cause of death was not deter mined in lie couples drive to a Johnston he had stopped outside the Foster Avenue police a police Man was Corning out of the lie and Johnston asked for he Johnston he was going off duly arid help Coroner Andrew Toman said later that he will conduct a thorough a spokesman for the Chicago Hoard of health said the Board also will conduct an investigation and that Sheridan Hospital could lose its License if the Board determines that Tal failed to provide emergency first Aid or wrongfully sent Johnston to another Harold chairman of gynaecology at i talked to the resident who Han lied the Case and he examined both child and Mother in the car and Felt the Transfer to Edgewater was advantage of turmoil and confusion that Viet Cong tac ments and previously infiltrated North vietnamese have spread up and Down the nation since last tuesday in their Gest drive of the War though Allied authorities have declared the country wide oper at ions crushed with More than of the enemy communist elements maintained Siz Able holdings in Hue against at Royal wedding is truly family affair Copenhagen a the brides hands trembled and she was two minutes but Den Marks Princess Benedikte duly married German Prince Ard Zug Burg saturday before 200 they called it a family affair and that the Way it turned not a single member of the dip Loni talc Community was on hand in the Royal Chapel Al the Fredensborg Palace in the Countryside 25 Miles North of there were princes and princesses plus the leaders of Denmark new coalition government and old family most had known Tho shy Cess is Nee there were moments every family knows after 20 Queen Annemarley of Bened Ikles quietly got up and led her 2 year old Princess a from her seat near the the smiling apologetic handed Alexia to a nurse and the Little girl was taken from King Here on his first trip out of Italy since his flight from looked on with the Lack of con Corn most fathers show in those tacking american and South vietnamese troops and staged fresh raids on at least eight Cit largely in the Mekong Del the situation within Hue remained official accounts said Iho Strong enemy feb aces which seized much of that old Imperial capital As High As being driven South vietnamese troops said they recaptured the Airfield within the the walled town that was once the seat of vietnamese the command said at least two communist companies held out in the marines trying to Clear streets in the Southern Edge of the City were largely pinned Down by enemy reporting from the Marine Headquarters in a associated press correspondent George Mcarthur said Viet Cong flags still flew in parts of a City of about to Miles South of the leathernecks who fought their Way to the City jail found the enemy had released the or More Many of them held As Viet Cong officials in and South the Back of the current communist offensive had been Field reports and other advices that the enemy still was holding some areas taken earlier in the week and that several bloody actions were still going in the Early morning hours Saigon itself appeared fairly a 24hour curfew was lifted for six hours saturday to enable residents to buy food and other various shops and Market places opened South Korea uneasy Pueblo discussions Are secret Seoul a a South korean radio station said the United states and North Korea met in secret for the second straight Day in Panmunjom saturday on the Pueblo crisis despite misgivings of the Seoul there was no confirmation from officials of the report of radio quoting South korean military a secret North korean meeting was held Friday and president Johnson said in Wash i Rig ton it produced no satisfactory South korean officials were reported upset by fridays ses Sion because it was held without representatives of president Chung Hee Parks regime and because hit foreign ministry was not informed of it until Many hours after it had the South koreans complain the United states is laying too Ucli emphasis on the seizure of the Pueblo and her 83man Crew 23 arid not enough on a 31man North korean Mando unit that infiltrated the South with orders to assassinate president Park and other off angry rallies and demonstrations continued for the eighth straight Day in South Korea to denounce North Korea Dis Patch of an assassination sixty thousand Fisher intellectuals and men took part in various Assem in the 5 workers congregated in Seoul and saw leaders Burn the effigy of pre Mier Kirn Lusung of North at the same South rear military Headquarters re ported another member of the assassination squad had been killed in the Hills near to Dale 27 have been killed and one the others remain at or May have starved or Frozen to one highly placed South Rean official said the Park eminent had derided to ask the United states to let Seoul Dele Gates take part in the meetings and to open them to the Public As in the the Panmunjom meeting site has been closed to another informant said Parks government is consider ing taking certain unilateral measures against North Korea if the United states bypasses the assassination attempt in its dealings with the North to some South korean officials expressed fear the United states May play into communist hands through any prolonged talks at they also said that holding direct talks with the North koreans amounts to Defato recognition of the communist regime at Pyongyang and enhances its prestige the United Stales has no diplomatic ties wit1 Rollae talks at Are carried out by the in Ted states under the Banner of the which negotiated the end of the korean the South koreans claim that since the Pueblo was not on a Mission of the unified command us Sei Zure was not a matter for the command to the commando infiltration was a violation of the korean the South koreans

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