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Port Angeles Evening News (Newspaper) - January 13, 1972, Port Angeles, Washington The legislature state capital in Brief evening port 19723 House of open up committees a the Washington House has voted overwhelmingly to open up its committee meetings As Well As do away with the prac Tice of not recording votes on budget at the same time the Senate bogged Down trying to decide How to go about try ing to vote on a measure aimed at granting two extra weeks of unemployment benefits to those who have previously exhausted the House voted 91 to 5 to adopt rules opening its own committees to the the move would take place no mat Ter what action the Senate takes on a similar joint Rule passed the previous Day in the today we will find out whether you really mean what you said said House speaker pro Tern Thom As Walla we will not Reform the Senate by voting against the Rule change were Duane Ber Burlington Carlton Spokane Vaughn Waitsburg Marga ret and James the vote on abolishing the committee of the whole proce Dure was 96 to with Keuhnle in the the procedure has been used to by pass recorded votes in consid ering the main budget and has been bitterly denounced by minority another rules proposal to require the House rules committee to schedule All Bills for floor action within 14 Days was killed by a vote of 68 to All votes in favor came from a legislators would be limited to terms totalling 12 consecutive or under a Bill to be introduced by Robert this would really be Legisla Tive because there would be new said Cha after people Are Here 10 or 12 years they get too set in their who will have served 10 years in the Legisla Ture at the end of his current said his Bill would apply to a the Board of natural re sources has approved the Sale of million Board feet of stat owned Timber 28 and the 18 parcels Are valued at the most Valu Able offered is an eight million Board feet track East of Castle Rock valued at the Board said other sales will be held in a Thurston and whatcom a the state Parks and recreation commission will consider development of a convention revamp farm taxation Colorado formula May be put to use a a Colorado plan of taxing agricultural property on its income and productivity was explained Here wednesday before a legislative committee looking for a Way to revamp washing ton farm taxation Nate an official of Colorado Board of assess ment said taxing farm land on the basis of its productivity has helped relax the eco nomic squeeze on Farmers of his under the Colorado Biggs says All agricultural land is put through a productivity Patton productivity is determined by county assessors and is based on average management conditions to prevent one Farmer growing one crop from getting a tax break Over another Farmer growing the same crop but operating at he he was Quick to add that the system taxes property and not the plan Means farm lands in Colorado Are taxed at about 10 to 15 per cent of their True and fair Patton while other land is pegged at 30 per capitalization under the sys tem is determined jointly by an agriculture Council and the state tax he Only property used for Agri cultural purposes for the past two years is eligible to come under the he this provision has neither encouraged nor discouraged land speculation near Urban said Mill is just old a environmental factors should not be blamed for prompting Weyerhaeuser decision to close its Everett pulp Mill and dismiss Over 300 says ecology director John the so called wave of environmental hysteria had Noth ing to do with the Weyerhaeuser Biggs told news men they just looked at the old Plant and decided the costs we rent Worth but when the company announced its intentions tuesday of shutting Down the 36yearold Mill by officials said it would take million to meet current pollution Laws and that future legislation could re quire an even greater exits an old Biggs its rapidly becoming the company just decided the Factor of obsolescence was so overwhelming in Light of the environmental considerations that a shutdown was the ecology director said the state Hopes Weyerhaeuser will build another pulp Mill in the should the firm file no Tice of intent to do it could continue to operate the Everett Plant into 1974 without in stalling the extensive Abate ment he this states environmental Laws Are no harsher than any other Biggs he said the states official policy will be to protect the in even though it May mean a loss of the state will stand firm for a clean he Why for the same reason you drink Canadian lord imported Canadian whisky a blend 86 proof Calvert Center at Worden state Park at its meeting in Everett the treatment Center at port was closed Down last year and transferred to the commission for use As part of the state the commission announced plans wednesday to discuss the use of private capital to develop a convention a Paul port introduced a Bill wednesday to remove the for Mer department of institutions from the department of social and health fourteen other House democrats joined Conner in sponsor who introduced a similar Bill last said Chance of passage May not be Good this time either because Dan who suggested the would presumably veto any legislation dismembering a two cigarette dealers have been charged with unlawful Sale of unstamped the department of Revenue announced wednes a tax warrant was filed against and Rob Ert who act Asli Censed agents for a Spokane to Bacco wholesaler in South Eastern a depart ment spokesman in their Possession were Cartons of cigarettes bearing the Idaho Revenue stamp of seven cents a but lacking the 16cent Washington the spokesman a the first of several groups of Low income persons will arrive in Olympia on sunday for a six Day education and training ses Sion on the a spokesman for the Confer ence of the nongovernmental Agency coordinating the said each group will talk with watch them in session and participate in workshops and the first 15 to 20 per will be composed of representatives of to and Benton and Franklin a Samuel has been hired As Washington first minority affairs apprenticeship coordinator for the department of labor and in Dan Evans announced the position was created As a result of recommendations made by a 15member apprenticeship study Evans White will work out of the Seattle office of the depart his salary will be per a minority apprenticeship coordinator for Eastern Washington will be announced next Evans you Haven really youve used dental plates individually styled for you there is no substitute for Quality and craftsmanship in creating modern dental plates that look of though they had always been your their yet sturdy materials Are efficient and Buckley dental plates Are priced so Low that you need not go one Day longer with uncomfortable see Buckley today dental insurance plans Welcome daily 9 to saturday Buckley 1512 fifth Between Pike Pine a 24414 Seattle special january Sale begins thursday evening 7 to 10 this is our annual pre inventory an 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