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

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31 Jan 1972

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Port Angeles Evening News (Newspaper) - January 31, 1972, Port Angeles, WashingtonPort january 1972 i Londonderry Battle Angeles evening Neuis killed 245th Issue of 56th year 12 pages 10 cents sunday outbreak Northern Ireland a the Irish Republican army retaliated with bombs and the Irish Republic summoned Home its ambassador in Britain today on the heels of the killing of 13 civilians in a Battle with British army troops in an announcement by the Irish government of prime minister Jack Lynch in the South said the Dublin Cabinet is satisfied that British troops opened an unprovoked attack on unarmed civilians sunday in the roman Catholic bog Side District of Lynch government also launched a Campaign for an International inquiry into the kill Lynch announced the action after a hastily called Cabinet he said his foreign Patrick Hillery will go to new York for talks with Secretary general Kurt Hillery will also visit Heads of Friendly govern ments to explain the Irish governments position in a bid to set up an International in Quiry into the in the British government announced it would Start an Independent inquiry into the Lynch called for an imme Diate withdrawal of the troops from cessation of the harassment of the minor Ity the ending of internment without trial in Northern and a declaration of intent by the British government to achieve a final solution of the Irish question by calling a conference for that Lynch said he told British prime minister Edward Heath sunday night that a very critical Point had been reached in Northern Lynch said his government hoped that at this stage the Only Hope was that the British government would take firm political action on the lines Dublin had been advocating for so this action related to intern responsibility for secur Ity forces in Northern Ireland and the continuing existence of the protestant dominated parliament in its present Lynch decision to Call Home ambassador Donal Osullivan from London does not mean a break in diplomatic relations Between British and the pre dominantly roman Catholic Irish the political weekend Lindsay support in Arizona vote test sea of Clouds this was the scene sunday looking toward the Summit of the mile High evening news photo by Grayson Elwha River Valley from the rear of the Hurricane Ridge the Cloud cover stretched Between the Mountain tops Well below the Washington future program evans1 Bond issues in House a a major part of Dan Evans million Washington future economic development pro Gram was before the House after a four hour sunday eve Ning session that saw moments of bitter partisan debate some said might jeopardize the pro the House rules com Mittee voted to put five of the governors Bond issues totalling million before the House the following a vote on the Meas which include a develop ment authority in would require another Battle Over a constitutional could Well come later if the measures run into difficulties in there were reports that Many republicans Are not in favor of the Bond the Bond issues include million for waste disposal Facil million for water sup ply million for Parks and Mil lion for social and health serv ices facilities and million for Public transportation Facil including Urban the other measure would set up a regional economic authority to Grant investment tax build Public facilities for Industrial use and insure Industrial it is also part of the governors economic it would require a change in a new look is coming tuesday the news blossoms out with a Complete new look it will become the daily news of port Angeles instead of the port Angeles evening column widths will be making for easier world a popular column of news briefs on Page will be renamed the world today and will have a permanent Home in the far left column of Page incorporated into the world at the Bottom of the will be seen around the the weather and a new feature an Index to news departments on inside the name change removes the word evening and replaces it with the present name has been a Misnomer on the sunday morning Issue since that publication began in the As its called in the also will appear in a distinctive new Type there will be six of the wider columns on a Page instead of the present columns will be a half Inch wider than the present Reading experts have pointed out for years that the wider columns make for easier the wider columns will be used throughout the paper except for the classified advertising which will remain in the eight column the shape of some advertise particularly the smaller will change somewhat to conform with the wider advertising rates will not As it will Cost the same for the same amount of total the daily news evening news until tomorrow will become the second newspaper in Washington state to convert to the six column format the Longview daily news did it some 18 months several other papers use the format on Page 1 and one or two inside news but not throughout the entire so this is our last appearance in our old the new the state Constitution to allow the state to lend its such a measure would require a two thirds vote of both houses and a vote of the people next the group of Bills will be added to some others which were bogged Down in debate and objections sunday including Campaign a measure regulating political a private insurance workmen compensation and a lobbyist regulation to name Only a few sure to draw partisan the bitter but inconclusive partisan Battle erupted Over an unemployment compensation Bill sponsored by republicans and backed by the association of Washington it would have made qualifications for drawing jobless pay More rigorous or eliminated from the Rolls some pregnant women and made it More difficult for All workers to gain legislators of both parties expressed fears the debate May have hardened lines that could endanger some of the Gover nors economic development which has been get Ting a mixed response from legislators of both Robert d asked that the Meas ure be returned to the rules it ended up majority re publicans gain a two thirds vote to put it up for final we showed you yesterday were willing to solve the prob lems of the Charette adding that there were probably More democratic votes than republicans at the moment for the governors Washington future much of which is now in the House rules committee or due to appear we asked you not to be to he you can put us to a political vote and we will put you to a political vote and we can keep that up for Charette agreed that some changes should be made in unemployment compensation but they should be negotiated on a bipartisan Vaughn r said the measure would save million and that apparently Charette didst rep resent any Small businessmen and Ordinary citizens in the Street or even real workers who Are sick and tired of these people sucking along on unemployment compensation who dont belong Charette motion failed 49 to 47 on the final with at least two republicans who often vote with democrats on labor issues listed As not a democratic motion to in definitely postpone it snowfall hits area Sand and Salt were flying this morning As county and state Crews were out battling the result of the Snow flurry which hit the area Early the state Highway depart ment reported an Inch to an Inch and a half of new Snow through out the area except in the West hardly any new Snow was reported in that elsewhere the Light Snow on top of the compact Snow and ice on Many roads made them Greasy Public works director John warder of the City said trucks were out sanding and salting trouble developed quickly on the Cherry race Street and Peabody county Engineer Robert Leach said county trucks were out and would begin sanding As soon As the snowfall All state equipment was out working on the Slick the weather was in the 30 to 31 degree bracket throughout the Highway failed 48 to 47 and the measure failed 51 to 44 to get a two thirds vote to make it eligible for final i dont suppose any of you Over there has any inkling this thing will get through the sen said Gary d the Senate is heavily some people Over Here have to go through these Petty said Thomas Walla speaker pro off the floor after the if this keeps they could very Well kill the Washington future program with this kind of by Michael Putzel associated press writer mayor John Lindsay of new York won Strong support from newly enfranchised youth Ful voters to Surprise analysts and capture the runner up Posi Tion in arizonans state Delegate the first ballot Box test of contenders for the democratic presidential Lindsay ran second to acknowledged front runner Edmund Muskie of Maine in the states election of 500 delegates to the Arizona democratic convention next the 500 will choose 25 delegates to represent Arizona at the democratic National convention in Miami Beach next the voting democrats gave the Maine senator 38 per cent of the Lindsay 24 per cent and George Mcgovern of South Dakota 20 per with 17 per cent of the delegates Mcgovern and Lindsay both led Muskie in the two University precincts in Tucson and where the student body presidents of the University of Arizona and Arizona state both endorsed Lindsay also showed strength among minority groups and carried the largest he and Mcgovern led Muskie in which with Phoenix comprises 75 per cent of the states in a statement from wisc on where he was campaigning for farm Lindsay said sunday the Arizona Delegate election demonstrates an underdog like myself who is Start ing late can win the party presidential we seem to have surprised a Public hearing on Gas closure a Public hearing to determine if the natural Gas corporation of Washington is justified in Dis continuing its butane Gas operation in port Angeles will be held tuesday at 10 at aggie state utilities commissioner Francis Pearson will conduct the called As required by Law after the Gas firm filed the closure request Pearson said today he is particularly interested in hearing from any of the Gas firms present customers who Haven been contacted either by the Gas company or the City of port Angeles about another source of we cannot Tell them what other Power source they should use but we can put them in Western Washington extended Outlook wednesday through Friday scattered Snow Clearing and colder thursday and High 25 to Low teens and Contact with the Power sources he the notice calling for the hearing explains the Gas company requested the closure because its system cannot be operated without continuing loss and applicant lacks the financial resources to provide a system consistent with modern tuesdays hearing comes four months after a Gas explosion 30 ripped through the Olympus hotel building in downtown port injuring the one Gene mar of port died in a Puyallup Hospital 3 of injuries received in the besides chief examiner for the state utilities Tom and staff inspector Dick Newby will also attend the the hearing is open to the Public and All interested people Are assistant attorney general James Cunningham will be present to represent anyone wishing to make a state county planners to meet residential land development clock one car parked in Middle of 12th at Lincoln As Driver helped other car stalled beside unaware of cars piled up behind the Barri Cade Drivers hoping for thaw considering putting chains Back on for fresh by Gar Conkling residential land development and ways to Cope with it Heads up the Agenda of the Callam county planning commission meeting tuesday starting at in the the planning commission will discuss a proposed statement of goals and policies for residential land use in the this policy along with similar ones concerning Industrial and Utility and transportation land eventually will compose the Backbone of the county revised comprehensive the commission also will Dis cuss Callam county planner Kenneth Sweeney annual report of development activity Here during 1972 in which he said overdevelopment in Rural areas is a growing the proposed residential land use statement puts it another referring to the phenomenon of transforming Farmland into housing tracts As Urban Urban sprawl normally is associated with the growth occurring in the outlying areas of a metropolitan Sweeney in the policy statement said residential land use prob lems in the unincorporated areas of Callam county can be characterized by the term Urban these Are some of the problems he cited need for Urban Type services such As Community sewage disposal Protection from storm water Street police and fire regular Street garbage hospitals and at the need for these kinds of services exists because people who have transplanted themselves from Urban areas expect and demand later when the accumulative effects of development take services such As Community sewage disposal systems become absolutely necessary to prevent surface and under ground failure of the suburb to provide suitable residential environments since becoming an explosive Force in develop ment in the last 25 the suburban Home was intended As a Retreat for the disillusioned City Dweller into the Countryside to achieve a consistent relationship with the natural lot of he re Ferring to reelection reports that he would get Only a handful of when the complicated count was completed Muskie had 189 Lindsay Mcgovern with 85 Buncom Henry Jackson of Washington and Hubert Humphrey of Minnesota received two although they had urged their supporters to Back the uncommitted Vance Hartke of Indiana and Shirley Chisholm of new York got one River of air is blamed for some unusual weather Washington a unusual antics of the Jet a 300mileanhour River of air coursing Miles above the Are primarily responsible for the nations erratic weather this according to government mete they say the Jet which Hast behaved in its cur rent manner for 20 accounts for such unlikely Winter weather As unseasonably warm weather in the Eastern third of the nation unusually cold weather in the Western third erratic changes in weather in the remaining might be called re versed vertical a frequent occurrence this sea the dividing line for cold and warm weather often has run in a roughly vertical Pat More or less along the Mississippi in other win the line usually runs Hori separating North and rapid changes in temperature for Short periods of mostly in the midwestern examples Are a 72 degree drop in temperature to 20 below Zero in the Indianapolis area during 72 hours and a 33 degree drop to 13 below Zero in the area during 18 resulting oddities during the fall and Winter have ranged from circus elephants suffering Frostbitten ears and feet in a major october snowstorm in Wyoming to the sudden Bloom ing of japanese Cherry Trees during the Christmas season in As More people sought Refuge from the congestion of the suburbs themselves became Here is a description of the fruits of suburbs nation the suburban House is a pseudo country House that sits uneasily in its shrunken its flanks unprotected from prying eyes and penetrating the View from the picture window is of another mans picture the individually owned and independently maintained outdoor spaces Lap around the House and dribble miserably Over the curb edges into the gutters of the continued on Page world Roundup record borrowing request Washington a president Nixon administration has no plans to seek additional taxes despite deficits that led to a record request for increasing the National borrowing two top fiscal spokesmen said members of the House ways and Means opening hearings on the administrations request for raising the debt ceiling from billion to said it appeared some tax increase is employment discrimination Washington a up for decision in the Senate today is whether a Federal ban on discrimination in employment should be extended to cover More than 10 million employees of state and local Bangladesh recognition Pakistan a diplomats in Rawalpindi believe an Avalanche of nations will recognize Bangladesh now that Pakistan has quit the British Australia and new zealand led the Way and the British foreign sir Alec said Britain itself would recognize the secessionist nation in the very near bombers Pound Viets Saigon a More Waves of b52 bombers pounded North vietnamese troop and Supply buildups today along a 200mile stretch of South Vietnam Western from the demilitarized zone to the Central they were the heaviest raids there in four what became of new York a author Clifford Irving was scheduled to face a Manhattan grand jury today As the mystery surrounding his alleged autobiography of Howard Hughes spawned new theories on the origin of the Book and the disposal of Royalty big Bank Holdup Buenos Aires a police hunted today for 14 guerrillas who pulled off the biggest Bank robbery in Argentine but they gave no indication they had any clues to their the trotskyite Peoples revolutionary army claimed responsibility for the eight hour weekend robbery and said its men had made off with to continue our revolution 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