Port Angeles Evening News in Port-Angeles, Washington 25 Jan 1972
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Port Angeles Evening News (Newspaper) - January 25, 1972, Port Angeles, WashingtonSchool Levy questions and some answers ii we expect fewer students in Why Are our expenses higher than last year inflation has been climbing faster than our enrolment has been salaries and wages need to be raised in order to try to keep even with inflation to maintain a Standard of living to permit the school District to offer competitive salaries to get and keep Good supplies and equipment needs have been provided for in the school levies of the past three years unexpected cuts in the beyond the school districts have required drastic cuts in this category and a catching up process is a can schools save Money by Yea around use of schools and staff by using the school buildings on a Yea around basis the Only savings that would result would be Over a Long period of years because fewer school buildings would be used or need to be teachers contracts Are for 185 Days a school year now they would need to be paid for additional Days Over the to most school people the Yea around school is a Good some parents do not care for it because traditionally the american families have taken their family vacations during the summer Yea around schools will probably be commonplace within ten can teachers be better and better screened so that we have better teachers for our children the training of teachers is improving All the time and better prepared teachers Are coming to us in greater num current changes in the methods and techniques of teacher training should assist greatly in this improving the Quality of teaching is an ongoing process it results from classroom training in the local Community during the school and during the summer months at teacher training colleges and the special Levy would make it possible to continue providing stipends for summer study to 20 selected teachers at on twelfth of the beginning if the coast guard Cutter Winona leaves port Angeles and is not replaced with another will it affect the port Angeles District at present there Are 30 pupils enrolled in port Angeles schools who have a Parent working on the if they the school District would lose approximately a school the loss would result from a decrease in state guaranteed Pupil support and additional support from the Federal government in Impact funds Given local school districts which have Federal installations or concentrations of children whose parents work for the Federal what would be the Cost of the Levy amount per school student 22c an 4850 students x180 Days x 6 hours a Day hours does this special Levy request have anything to do with the construction of school buildings none How does the number of Central office administrators in the port Angeles school District compare with those of other first class school districts a report taken from a Survey of 66 first class school districts shows that the average school District has Central office administrators per every pupils port Angeles has Central office administrators per every the Survey report shows that the average number of building administrators school principals in an average school District totals per every pupils port Angeles has per every wont the proposed special Levy create a hardship for elderly property ovine is on Low incomes elderly property owners can apply annually for exemptions from special tax persons 62 and older with annual incomes of or including wages of not More than Are entitled to Complete exemption from special levies or a reduction in their total tax whichever is those with incomes of to with the same wage limitation Are entitled to an exemption of 50 per cent of any special those 72 and older within these income limitations Are entitled to the same exemptions without regard to the portion of their income derived from county treasurer Robert Clark suggests that persons apply at the time they pay their 1972 application must be made by june in order for exemptions to take effect for 1973 tax dear Abby diaper rash and finance friction by Abigail Van Buren c 1972 by Chicago dear Abby i would like your opinion on a statement my Boyfriend has made to let me preface by saying that our relationship is very and we Are considering we were discussing marriage and and i asked him if he would Ever change a baby he absolutely just the thought of it is revolting i am not saying that this particular task would be shared equally Between but i would like think that if i not feeling or happened to be away for a few my husband would assume the Job if How do you feel about this please dear nameless i think there should be some changes made before you have and for one should be your finances dear Abby i have been married for 33 my husband is 62 and i am recently my husband lost his Job because he had an affair with a Young married woman who worked where he my question should i write and Tell our son the truth about his father our son lives in another state but will be coming Home and in afraid somebody might Tell this is a Small town and you know How people and id rather have him hear it from me than from a the Young woman my husband had the affair with is still working her husband is employed and i am and i am too old to Start looking for a do you think that fair unhappy at 58 dear unhappy if your husband was fired be cause of the the woman should have been fired dont Tell your son the reason for his fathers he May not hear about but if he Tell him the dear Abby three time loser i gave him the Best years of my if they were the Best years of her surely he must have had something to do with making them after being married 25 my husband left altho i am unhappy without in thankful that he gave me the Best years of my i Only wish i could have Given him the Best years of his this reads a Little but in telling it like it thanks for Mary release of resident Coho evening port 19723 Salmon catch should improve Seattle the release of 1 million resident Coho last summer and 2 million More this year is expected to double the puget sound Coho catch in 1972 and quadruple it next governor Dan Evans announced millions of including resident Coho and the highly prize Spring have been specially bred for release into puget sound since fisheries director Thor Tollefson adopted an fallout program of sport fishery Evans new regulations permitting two rods for Salmon fishing in puget sound and facilitating the sport Harvest of Lake Washington Sockeye will further increase the Salmon the governor fishing for the Salmon anglers Glamor should improve dramatically in two or three Evans almost Rivers Inlet hybrid Chinook Kings were released last and More will be planted this there will be million Spring Chinook planted this year and next year in Hood canal and the Elwha and sol Duck two and a half million Spring fall Chinook bred to Combine the Early return and bit ability of the Spring fish with easy hatchery handling of the will be released this year into puget Hood canal and Strait of Juan de Fuca thousands of summer run Chinook eggs have been taken for rearing and release Back into the ska git and Elwha Rivers this in Skykomish summer runs will be planted in puget and a crossbreed of huge Elwha summer runs with fall Chinook will be planted in Strait of Juan de Fuca streams this the governor because of the possibility that Angling pressure in populous areas has severely depleted biting strains of male Chinook caught by sportsmen in the Remote Hoh River on the olympic Peninsula were crossbred with puget sound a Quarter million of their offspring will be released into the Green River system this a further breakthrough in Coho Silver Salmon fishing is expected from the release of 1 million yearling Early run fish in the Spring of 1973 refinements in techniques for producing resident Coho fish that remain in local Waters May result in development of resident stocks for the Strait of Juan de discovery Bay and Hood canal As Well As puget the governor an Effort is also being made to restore resident Pink Humpy Salmon to Tacoma Evans More than pinks will be reared in Saltwater pens with the cooperation of the National Marine fisheries service and planted at the Tacoma Narrows this these fish will enter the catch in experimental canonization of Salmon to extend their life Span is also under a Small number of fish was canonized last and several survived the regained their brightness and resumed As a Evans said that some sportsmen May encounter some very unusual Coho in puget an integral part of the sport fishing program is improve ment of Batfish Evans fisheries personnel Are initiating studies designed to pay off in healthier populations of Candle fish and other forage species necessary to support an increasing population of Salmon in puget the governor also pointed out that the sport fishery program is not confined to puget six million native Colwitz River fish especially important to Washington coastal will be released into Columbia River tributaries this nearly Spring Chinook will be planted in the North Fork of the Lewis River this year and next year in an Effort to establish a Quality sport fishery the outstanding Progress of this sport fishery enhancement program shows what dedicated people can do to improve the Quality of life in Washington governor Evans help wanted Forks resident to deliver motor route delivery time about 2 hours Contact evening news circulation department after inventory Well be closed til 1 after 1 shop for fabulous buys like these women mens shoes dresses croup i Junior now dresses croup ii Junior misses half now 388 88 jackets 25 Slacks now blouses sizes now 88 Ift i v 88 Slacks brushed sizes 88 now Thermal underwear drawers Al special Woven shirts Long Penn rest sizes sleeve 32 33 special Low Rise flare leg jeans orig 93 now 388 women dress casual shoes to now f childrens dress casual Center crease jeans 32 98 now 488 mens dress casual shoes to now t Short sleeve sport shirts special i 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