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

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27 Jan 1972

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Port Angeles Evening News (Newspaper) - January 27, 1972, Port Angeles, WashingtonSchool Levy questions and some answers enacts the governors take care of school j problems the legislature is an Independent body and does not necessarily follow the governors from past exit is most difficult to forecast what the legislature win or will not we can Only wait until the close of the legislative in other we cannot count upon the legislature at this even if the legislature did pass an appropriation to raise we guaranteed per Pupil support from to this in crease would not be sufficient to cover the 3 per cent salary raise also proposed by the if the governors proposal is the appropriation increase would begin w covering 10 months of the fiscal this would give the port Angeles school District about during the 197m973 school since the Money needed for salary increases proposed by the governor would total about the District would be left with less than it has under the existing state what Are the increased insurance costs updating of valuations of the school buildings for fire insurance purposes and a reduction in Premium discount amount to about of the increases in premiums of other types of insurance amount to about the 1971 state legislature made it a requirement that All teachers be covered by state Industrial insurance the legislature also left it up to the school districts to raise the Money to pay for the the amount to raise to meet the Industrial insurance Cost is Why is there need of additional Money for maintenance major maintenance of the school buildings has been too Long delayed because of tight the most major item proposed in this category is the replacement of the Monroe school at an estimated Cost of about and repairs to three elementary gymnasium roofs estimated at necessary equipment and heating and plumbing repairs and modifications make up the balance of this Levy does the citizens steering committee think the up coming Levy is a Good tax Dollar buy an examination of the Levy package will show that it is merely a Cost of living increase in order to carry out the present accredited salary added costs at the mandate of the reduced Federal deferred maintenance of our school buildings Are part of the increased costs to the school the steering com Mittee of the citizens advisory group is of the opinion that both the port Angeles education association and the school Board have done a Fine Job in holding the line of school sex looking at the Darker Side of the what happens if the Levy fails twice at the polls do we go Back to the no extracurricular activities Days of 196768 or is it worse the Board and the school District would have no alternative but to have a repeat of such a dark a school District must live within its you keep telling us the Forest funds have been taken away from the school District but i heard you Are getting the hew come Twentyfive per cent of the Money realized by the Sale of Timber from the National forests is Given to the county where the Timber is by Law 50 per cent of the Money coming to the county is Given to the county roads and 50 per cent is Given to the Public schools in the the deducts 85 per cent of the amount the schools get from the funds that the state was prepared to give to the schools the schools in a sense do lose 85 per cent of the Money they formerly received from the Sale of National Forest Twenty years ago the income to the school District from the Sale of National Forest Timber would amount to the Money that would have been realized from a 4 to 6 Mill special Levy each Christmas tree growers update Olympia Christmas tree growers interested in updating their present knowledge of the business Are being invited to attend a Washington state University sponsored event in Olympia 18 and county Extension agents who have Complete information about the Short including registration obituary Gerald Gerald died at a nursing Home in Sequim last no funeral service was held at the request of the arrangements were by the Sequim Valley Libby was born in he lived in Arizona for Many years and also spent some time in he retired from the Arizona state police about 1965 to Settle in Libby is survived by two Jake Libby of and Hugh Libby of Sequim As Well As a number of nieces and say that topics will include new shearing techniques for natural stands of practical control of chemical Weed control and Plantation All including an evening will be held at the Evergreen inn near among speakers at this event will be Paul Good president of the National Christmas tree growers Good an Oregon state tree has chosen the topic ecology and Public relations in the Christmas tree program chairman Joseph Usu Extension forestry said attendance beyond those who preregister by 8 will be accommodated on a space available Olympia was chosen As the site for the Short course because it is centrally located to the Washington Christmas tree Industry that annually supplies several million dollars Worth of Trees to customers throughout the Olympia Roundup Bingo Bill a charitable and nonprofit Bingo operations would be permitted to deduct the Cost of prizes from the Gross yearly receipts limit under a Bill Given committee the besides classifying Bingo Raffles and amusement games As professional Gam has the Sanction of the state attorney generals a Bingo operator allowed to deduct Cash prizes from Early Gross receipts but the As provided in the Bingo Bill passed by the 1971 would still have to remain under Bingo and Raffles Are professional gambling by their a but nonprofit organizations be open to criminal penalties and this Bill clarifies said Ken assistant attorney Gen who was involved in the Bills Bob Reast we chairman of the House business and professions com Mittee which acted favourably on the Bill said it should easily see House action by next Cofone a the House business and professions committee has failed to take quite Likely Bill that would require gasoline station operators to Post octane major Oil represented at a hearing wednesday by attorney Vern had opposed the introduced by Charles Peggy Robert Randall and Walt Lindskog told the committee that he Felt requiring gasoline stations to Post octane ratings would be a costly nuisance to the the and to the annual election a a Bill establishing annual general elections has passed the House but May face opposition in the Senate where a similar Bill died last the passed in the House 81 to 17 would put statewide issues and vacancies in office on the ballot in Odd numbered diet Rya called the measure an Nual it is a reflection of the fact that business no longer has any influence in this Hatfield election years Are poor business years and now we pro pose to keep the electorate stir red up he the Mug local news in Brief Hospital members of the Callam county Hospital District 11 Board of commissioners Check Over the hospitals financial from the they Are Jerry the new commissioner representing the East end who just took his place on the Board Ray just elected As president of the and David who was reelected Secretary of the commissioners evening news cancels the advisory Council for the office of archaeology and vital statistics births born 27 to Jacquelin and Edward kit 129 a 7 1 26 Marilyn and Lloyd a a u deaths Helena port died Ridgeview Stella Leban died in Clit learn Bay Ridgeview Myrtle Mccormick died in port Angeles Ridgeview agent Seattle a the state personnel department says liquor store employees in Washington have chosen local 1640 of the retail clerks Union As their exclusive bargaining historical preservation of the state Parks and recreation commission will not meet in port Townsend Friday As the meeting has been re scheduled 11 at 9 in the port Townsend Art gallery at 725 water funeral service funeral services for Lena will be held Friday at at the Assembly of god Church in the Albert Anderson Sequim Valley Chapel in charge of Calendar tonight eagles club professional women Barneys 7 Black Diamond Grange vow auxiliary Hospital sewing club Kennedy memorial club can Sequim Welcome Coffee for new Comers cancelled till further no Friday preschool Story City i Community toys in the opening world War i auxiliary port Angeles grandmother club pleasant Grange eagles auxiliary 8 saturday senior citizens drop in 1 to 4 United presbyterian Community players opening of toys in the attic Angeles Circle o Square dance olympic sons of sunday senior citizens music and drop in 1 to 4 income tax a besides bringing in a list of the states top labor Leader has urged legislators to work on an income tax proposal aggressively right up to the last moment of the current special Joe president of the state labor withheld full endorsement of an income tax plan drafted by the committee for a new tax pol of which he was a Davis told a House Revenue and taxation committee wednesday that he Doest know if labor would support the committees tax plan if certain changes Arent Well have to Cross that Bridge when we come to Davis tying individual and corporate income tax rates together and leaving the sales tax limit at 5 per cent were areas of the committees plan criticized by he said the proposed 10 per cent rate for corporations Likely would be too Low and urged that it should be Sandison comments on redistricting Olympia it has become apparent that the state legis lature will not reach any sort of agreement regarding re according to Gordon Sandison port who said monday in Olympia i feel that this problem will be solved either through an initiative or by the his statement followed the Stormy sunday attempt to meet the Legislatures self imposed deadline for although the Senate leadership revealed monday that it favored the initiative Sandison did not agree unconditionally with that i Haven seen the reapportionment initiative that was worked up by the and i cant say i favor it right Sandison i can say that i dont think the legislature will reach any Sandison predicted the legis lature May wrap up what unfinished business it can agree on within one i think most of us want to get our work done and be out of Here by the end of he our main efforts will now be to look at the budget in terms of what surplus there really is and to decide what to do with according to there May be even More surplus than the million Dan Evans quoted in his state of the state we knew All along that there would probably be this million surplus and we feel there May be still More Revenue to Deal the senator when that matter is out of the Sandison we should get Down to what other regular legislation we can including tax Alioto on but there were objections a san Francisco mayor Joseph Alioto was to return to the wit Ness stand thursday to com plete his opening statement in his civil fee sharing Day after the defense opened its former Washington John Oconnell and former Oconnell assistant George Faler Are being sued by the state and a number of municipal and Public utilities for return of million in Legal fees the defendants Liotos statement was interrupted by objections by William attorney for the plaintiffs after the mayor told the jury he had been sharing Legal fees for 25 years without a written making the Lack of one with Oconnell not when Alioto began to describe some of the other resell objected and the jury was Liotos Paul Cress argued that Liotos office practices were an Issue in the Superior court judge Donald Gaines ruled that Alioto could Tell the jury about his of fice practices and that he had been sharing fees for years without written Gaines also said he would instruct the jury that fee sharing practices Are not required to be in contract form so the jury would not retain the inference of a Issue brought on by the previous Days pro Helsell had asked Gerald col Seattle attorney and assist ant state attorney general Dur ing did any of these other attorneys offer to kick Back a part of the fee the question concerned col Liers visits to lawyers when an antitrust attorney was being sought for the cases against several electrical equipment Collier Alioto and Oconnell said the question left an inference that fee sharing among lawyers was actually before the Alioto told How he was hired to handle the he described a visit to san Francisco by Oconnell in Alioto was in private practice and special izing in antitrust cases at the i didst seek him he came to Alioto he described his firm As the most experienced in the nation on antitrust cases of that temperatures wednesday High Low fire station 26 19 cd air station 27 20 temperatures a year ago today 49 43 fridays Sunrise and Sunset 24 hours to 4 thursday Pacific Northwest High Low Bellingham 17 15 Boise m m Hoquiam 29 22 Olympia 25 7 Omak 4 o Portland 29 20 Seattle 28 18 Spokane 5 3 m m Walla Walla is 5 Wenatchee n 4 Yakima 16 8 National excluding in 24 hours to 4 High 84 at fort Low 38 at Cut Alaska Anchorage 20 16 Fairbanks 12 5 Juneau 16 7 Strait of Juan de Fuca Easterly winds decreasing to 15 to 25 knots increasing Clouds Friday Inland Waters Small Craft warnings posted North of Ever with Easterly winds 10 to 20 knots increasing cloudiness Friday after Western Washington in creasing Clouds Friday after continued cold with highs in the 20s except in the teens in the North lows Zero to 15 except 10 to 20 along the coastal increasing Clouds Friday continued cold with highs 25 to 30 and lows 10 to Gale warnings near Tatoush with Small Craft warnings southward to North tide tables 27 High Low new Rudolph a retired american has taken Over As the head of the United nations development he succeeds Paul Hoffman who this is not a film to see months of Tough Winter driving still Goodyear Winter tire clearance sue Sale ends Nite 1st Snow retreads Whitewall or Blackwall you get the same Type tread design As on the sure grip in polyester Cord for compacts x 13 x 13 x 14 x 15 x 13 x 14 x 14 x 15 plus 3 to 52j tax per tire depending on size and two re readable tires off your for 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