Port Angeles Evening News in Port-Angeles, Washington
24 Jan 1972

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24 Jan 1972

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Port Angeles Evening News (Newspaper) - January 24, 1972, Port Angeles, WashingtonCorporation income fanes income taxes fiscal 979 Sociol insurance faxes and contributions hum on resources 45 Sheffe it Mulli go management and Budge paid written in deep red Ink Nixon gives Congress billion budget Washington a pres ident Nixon handed Congress today a budget for fiscal 1973 written in deep red he announced two huge billion this fiscal year and billion said they will help Speed up the nations economic his budget message asked neither for further tax cuts to stimulate the Slack Economy nor for tax increases to meet the climbing costs of although his deficits Are the two largest since world War deficit spending at this like temporary wage and Price is Strong but necessary Nixon yet his message slapped repeatedly at the democratic controlled Congress for spend ing More than he had revenues will Rise As the new Prosperity takes area to Benefit slicing the pie Chart estimates the sources and expenditures of president Nixon budget for fiscal year Coin at upper left indicates 38 cents of every Revenue Dollar will come from individual income 26 cents from social insurance taxes and and 14 cents from corporation income followed by excise taxes and other at lower Coin shows 45 cents of every Dollar will be spent on human resources such As income Security and veterans National defense will take 32 cents of each figures supplied by office of management and a wire photo almost a million dollars for Federal projects in this area will be spent during the next two years if the administrations budget is approved by congressman Lloyd Meeds reported this is scheduled for projects at the Quilcene National fish hat this includes in fiscal 1972 and in fiscal the budget for the National Park service contains in fiscal 1973 to replace the Bridge Over the Quinault River on the Southwest Side of the Nixon this trend makes possible the smaller deficit for fiscal starting next july he and brings us strongly Forward toward our goal of a balanced budget in a time of full in asking billion for de Nixon scheduled the first sizable increase in new Wear on system spending in even while we move to Zero draft he asked billion for a bit More than this year but aimed at less lofty exploration and the president As a Basic turn in National a government sparked drive to Speed technological to Cut increase productivity and restore competitive leadership to american the budget accordingly Calls for a Man sided program to stimulate research and development by private universities and Federal agencies with tax subsidies and other Many of the incentive plans Are experimental and none was specified in but Nixon earmarked billion As the governments total 1973 spending on research and development compared with this years this year we shall have the Agency which sent men to the Moon and Back begin to assist the department of transportation in finding better ways to Send people downtown and Nixon another shift in National priorities was emphasized for the first the department of defense will not have the biggest the depart ment of education and with scheduled outlays of will top the pentagons spending by Bil mostly because of rising social Security Nixon made a renewed re quest for million in Startup funds for his planned welfare reforms and family assistance which he called workfare throughout the he put Revenue Shar ing Down for billion in what remains of fiscal 1972 and billion in fiscal Congress is most unlikely to give him any of these sums in this unlike his Over optimistic estimates of a year the White House projections this time Are generally in line with the expectations of a majority of professional the message had some Politi Cal it scolded Congress for voting More Money than Nixon january 1972 239th Issue of 56th year 12 pages 10 cents Evans Doest want session shortened a Dan Evans monday criticized a suggestion that since the legislature has been unable to the lawmakers should Cut its session the talk of those who feel the session should be abbreviated and that the issues of the people should be forgotten or ignored makes no sense at he told Senate majority Leader Grieve made the suggestion sunday As redistricting Neotia two jailed in Sequim burglary one Man is in jail and Sequim police Are looking for another one in connection with an burglary Early this morning at thurs tons apparel in Sequim police recovered the of mens clothing discovered in a car parked in Back of the according to police chief Don two men fled the scene when the police chief Salonen and one Man was picked up 20 minutes later in Sequim and taken to the port Angeles City pending in in other burglaries Over the Franks shoe 518 8th in port was broken into Early sunday morning and a number of Small items the City police entry was gained by breaking a Large window at the store with a the police report in among the items taken were a dozen leather watch six Small fringed bags and an unknown number of leather the store owner in another theft late Friday night or Early saturday mor Walts Boulevard grocery at 104 Boulevard was entered and Small Candy and cigarettes were the police entry was gained by removing a piece of plywood from a tons bogged Down in both i think our people have lost All interest in the the Seattle Democrat were just going to do what we have to do and close this thing Down in a week or a week and a Evans said he called the Spe Cial session for purposes other than just he cited economic tax Reform and restoration of the Public Confidence in government As the top unsettled in confident the House and Senate will turn to the very important issues that affect the he i Hope work continues on at least behind the should the legislators decide to pack their bags and go Home before passing his economic re covery would he quickly Call another special ses Sion it would All depend on what they had passed and the status of major Evans and id have to have a pretty Good sense of what they would do with the the governor said feedback from his proposals for a Public works Job program and a series of Lon term Bond Issue projects has been generally if we could find a funding mechanism acceptable to eve the programs would pass in a he redistrict deadline comes and it goes a the deadline is despite 14 Days of heated behind the scenes the Washington legislature has failed to agree on a redistricting both houses met sunday afternoon and but adjourned before the self imposed redistricting deadline of mid both political Par ties accusing the other party of being unwilling to Compromise on the final areas of Dis Boundary lines in populous North King county and Spokane county remained the Points of greatest the House adjourned at after republicans turned Down a move by Gary for consideration of a redistricting Bill he wished to Amend to incorporate the democratic i think we recognize we will never be re apportioned by just democrats or just Republic said speaker pro Tern Thomas Walla we need time to study All the i wont buy this you take my proposal or nothing at Senate majority Leader said the impasse in negotiations could mean the session will be Short democrats countered that the latest Republican plan for com Promise had been delivered to their desks just sunday morn and they gave us a whole new Snohomish Pierce and said Ted a negotiator for the special Levy questions port Angeles school District 21 will hold a special Levy the evening news begins a series of questions and answers pertaining to the the first questions appear on Page deadline passes a despite 14 Days of partisan wrangling and a flurry of the Washington legislature failed to agree on a redistricting plan before its own self imposed deadline two dead after rite Seattle a an autopsy of two members of a religious sect found dead after apparently performing a Church of armageddon rite has been delayed until tuesday on the request of Church leaders who believe the men will revive in three flood cleanup Seattle a cleanup operations have started in areas of Washington hit by several Days of As Waters receded and officials began to assess the spending ceiling asked Washington a president Nixon urged Congress today to Stop raids on the Treasury by imposing a rigid ceiling to keep the Federal spending within the billion requested in his new relink Frank views exchanged Tokyo a foreign ministers Andrei Gromyko and Takeo Fukuda agreed today that the soviet Premier and the japanese prime minister will Exchange visits in the near Fukuda told a news conference that he and Gromyko also exchanged Frank views on president Nixon visit to peking next the recent meeting Between Nixon and prime minister Eisaku the War in Indochina and the emergence of look for woman Switzerland a police throughout Europe Are looking for a dark haired woman who cashed Worth of checks which the Mcgraw Hill Book paid for a purported autobiography of industrialist Howard annual meeting gun drive was Short of goal leg the clock deep ruts in High school grounds left by hot Rodgers episcopalians Happy with Brief return to Book of common prayer sunday after weeks with the new version owners welcoming Home dog missing since it was hit by car two Days Slature tag Lcmae a Here is the status of major legislation As the special session of the 42nd Washington legislature enters its third week budget action on Dan Evans supplemental budget request of Over million continues in the House and Senate appropriations department of transportation partisans of Dan Evans version of the measure say they will try to get it out of the Senate state government committee this or at least try to get economic recovery after a personal plea by Evans for passage of his Washington future jobs now programs last consideration of the Bills turn to the House state government committee and the Senate manufacturing and Industrial development hearings on some aspects monday in the Senate Revenue and taxation election Reform the House elections and apportionment committee held a hearing thursday on a Bill calling for Complete disclosure of Campaign tax revision House and Senate committees on reve nue and taxation will hold a hearing in the House chamber at 1 wednesday on eight tax Reform unemployment a Bill to extend unemployment compensation is being considered by the House labor and employment liquor the Senate Commerce and regulatory com Mittee held hearings sunday on eight liquor related including one to withhold liquor licenses from exclusionary but the chairman indicated further committee meetings on them would be new role of the Volunteer working in such organizations As the Callam county United Good neighbors was the theme of the speaker at the annual gun dinner meeting Here Friday Charles executive director of the King county chose volunteerism As his he stressed the Dif Ferent areas to be covered by volunteers and the need for still More work in some he said the workers might feel overwhelmed by the problems but they can be dealt he volunteers can make an important Impact on these problems because they know the work done by the agencies they Are trying to help is Worth while and necessary and they must have the Money to do newly elected gun presi Dent Ron Bayton announced the new drive chairman for the 1972 Effort is the Richard a pastor at the holy Trinity lutheran he will be assisted by James the City gun treasurer Ira Corn reported the 1971 fund drive netted the goal was allocations committee chairman Charles Willson recommended be made available for allocation to the remaining was recommended As a Reserve for Campaign office operation and shrinkage because of unpaid both recommendations were accepted by unanimous other new officers elected at the meeting were Mac vice and directors reelected to the Board Are Merle Mike James the Richard Charles Stu Carlson and Claudia new directors elected to the Board Are Charles Jack Warner Bart Merton Lyle Nancy Douglas Robert Les Cameron and Art division chairmen honoured for their work in the Campaign were Merton education Charles Conrad and Les business area Ira residential Art Federal govern ment Warner City government Joel county and Boyd state area division chairmen honoured were William Sequim june Callam Bay and Carol decorations and a local version of tvs laugh in at the cohost dinner at Barneys were done by the Camp fire see photo on Page Federal intervention looms Dock talks set to but when san Francisco a resumption of talks to Settle the West coast Dock strike that has closed 24 ports appears in but no one is saying precisely the International longshore mens and warehousemen whose Dock workers walked out again 17 and the employers Pacific maritime Union have said they would Welcome new talks on or before 31 and were expected to get together possibly today or the Western regional director of the Federal mediation and conciliation Edwin said sunday hed heard nothing new from either fish position at stake Adak Alaska a a Federal fisheries official says that if two russian herring boats seized in Waters Are not found guilty of violating the 12mile fisheries the result could weaken the american position in negotiations with the soviet Union on fishing the soviet ships Are accused of illegal fisheries support a fish or nine Miles off Matthew in the Ber ing sea about 200 Miles off the coast of Western James an enforce ment officer for the National Marine fisheries service said the 362foot processing ship la Mut and the trawler Volyvan were seized monday within the 12 mile contiguous fisheries zone Only 10 to 15 Miles from an area where they could have entered the zone legally under a if they Are not made to stick to precise terms of the agree the United states might lose some bargaining Power next Winter at the fisheries Branson Kent Edwards said in Ancho rage he probably would decide today whether to file charges against the soviet ill try to get in touch with both parties monday and see if we cant get something mov he the threat of Federal intervention looms As a possible Spur to new talks since president Nixon sent Congress a Bill last Friday which would Send the longshoremen Back to their jobs while a Federal Board resolves their differences within 40 Days with an arbitration solution that would be binding for 18 however leaders in both houses said Congress could not get around to hearings on such a Bill before Iwu president Harry Bridges reaction to the Nixon proposal was to say that any legislation proposed by the president will not Settle the this was taken by labor Secretary James Hodgson As a gesture of Defiance directed at both the president and con Hodgson said this Chal Lenge was no More Likely to deter Congress than it had the the strike began last july 1 on expiration of a five year con tract and lasted 100 Days until ended by a Taf Hartley in Junction when the 80day Cooling off period ended Christmas Federal mediators obtained a return to work under a temporary renewal of the old con that expired and a second Extension ran out when the second walkout of in talks that have taken place recently All issues were resolved except How to apply a per ton tax the employers would pay to Container goods packed or unpacked by non Ilij pm spokesman James Robertson has said the employers would support such legislation As that proposed by president Nixon but that it is still our preference to negotiate a Settle ment across the bargaining to Mercury fell to 12 on the Ridge despite All the olympic National Park Crews cleared the Hurricane Ridge Road in time for a 10 opening according to the on Ridge for the 162 skiers who tried the slopes served by rope conditions were the Pom lift did not in 385 people made the trip to the in one the Road was open to one Way in the two lanes open were the report temperature at 9 sunday was 24 by 4 it dropped to 12 the wind was from Zero to five Miles per hour from the South visibility was Good All Day Long although a Light Snow fell during the total Snow depth on the Ridge is 148 chains were required from the Park Boundary three Drivers who ignored the chains required signs were issued Road Crews were Able to get through the huge slide on the Road but so much Snow fell during the week they could not get the rest of the Road open for with the slide danger in on rangers shut Down activity on the Ridge a half hour Early and got the downhill traffic despite the hazardous Road there were no vehicle mishaps during the according to the extended forecasts Western Washington wednesday through thursday Chance of rain and about be coming partly Cloudy and cooler thursday and High in the lower 40s wednesday and 30s to Low 40s thursday and Low in the 30s wednes Day and 20s to lower 30s thurs Day and Eastern Washington went under car driven by Gregory of route Box port struck a parked car Friday night at ninth and Chambers streets belonging to Margaret Sinyard of 1036 8th the Winters vehicle Dove under Neath the bigger evening news

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