Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 7, 1969 · Page 5
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Rearrange fellers O f tll , few scrambled words be- o^ to form four s j mp | a wordi The girl who got the job. She failed the typing test but passed the . Q Complete the chuckle quoted by filling in the missing word you develop Irom step No. 3 below. UNSCRAMBLE LETTERS FORANSW[f SCRAH-LETS ANSWER ON PAGE . 222 House Members Agree To Back Big Clean Water Hike By THOMAS J.. FOEY The Los Angeles Times WASHINGTON - The House, in another assault on President Nixon's budget, is ready this week to nearly quintuple his proposed spending to clean up the nation's rivers and lakes. Paul N. McCloskey (R-Calif.), John A. Blatnik (D-Minn.), Michael A. Feighan (D-Ohio), John P. Saylor (R-Pa.), Jim Wright (D-Texas) and Henry S. Reuss (D-Wis.). Supporting them has been a group calling ilself Hie Citizens' At weeks end, 222 members Crusade for Clean Water con- had agreed to back a $1 billion sisling of labor unions, conserva- appropriation for this year, the tipn organizations, consumer and full amount authorized for 1970 citizens groups and professional in the 1966 Clean Water Restora-lsocietics. tion Act. Nixon hnd asked Con-| A key to their effort was a' gress to hold spending to the letter sent every member that 1969 fiscal year sum of $214 mil- said what the level of spending ' ion - 'would be on sewer systems and If the house voles the f u l l waste treatment facilities in his billion, it will mark the second,own district if the $1 billion is 1 major rebellion against the appropriated President's hold-down of spend-] The drive convinced 169 Deming for Great Society programs'ocrals and 53 Republicans to passed in recent years. On July.back the higher figure despite 31, the House added S1.05 bil-!alinnsi. frantic efforts by admin- lion to Nixon's proposed spend-listration officials to keep the ing for several education pro-'spcnding down to last year's grams. . j level. The impending victory for a; U lhe 31 bi | lion js appr0 prial- handful of House liberals nf, c t | t i t would m a r k lhc rirst timc botli parties is the results of a lhe f u l l a m o u n t iiuthol . izct i in remarkable'lobbying effort that t | lc three-year-old legislation has been going on in the House |, as been appropriated. The act for the past four months. .authorized $450 million in fiscal It has been so .successful, in]i 9 6 8 and $2 03 million was ap- fact, that White House lobbyists hope of holding the anti-pnllu- propriated. The authorization have already abandoned any W0u id have permitted $700 million in the last fiscal year, but tion money to $214 million and;Congress appropriated only'$21-1 are seeking a compromise of mill'ion as it heeded President $750 million with the promise that the money will actually b'e spent. Leading the congressional effort has been a seven-man steering committee that included Reps. John D. Dingell (D-Mich.), Johnson's spending hold-down request. President K'ixon asked Con-| grcss to keep the 1970 fiscal year appropriation at the 1369 level. Unemployment Figure Jumps During September WASHINGTON ( A P ) -- Un-| A spokesman for the bureau, employment in September made.said the nation's level of em-, its biggest leap in nine yearsjPJ^TM" 1 is a l . i l '»g hes ' in his and rose to its highest rate in two years, the Labor Department announced today. The over-all unemployment rose from 3.5 per cent in Auto 4 per lory and that the unemployment boost signifies a slowdown in the rate of employment growth! her, the largest increase since September-October 19GO. !--mostly in the conslrnclion a n d j 'government fields. Over the year, unemploymen an increase of 150,000 for adult has risen by 350,000, reflecting women and 100,000 each for ad- The Bureau of Labor Stalls- ull mcn and teen-agers, tics noted thai unemployment T , t , fa f normally drops from August to p , oyed pcrMns j n Scptembei . |o . taled about three million. The 4 per cent unemployment rate n ,. r " nnn it" · iu was Hie highest since Oct. 1967, was.up.305 00 over the month, w|]cn R ^^ 4 ., ^ with two-fifth of lhe TM,ease Th |rend |hjs . b( T gan w i l h j among workers in the 20 to 24 |fl ^ |)ej . c c n t J a v C rage in the age group. f l t ^ua,.^,. c ii m bing to 3.5 in Total employment in n o n f a i m , ^ ^ e rf categories was 70.8 million in' September as young workers return to school--but it failed to; drop Ibis year. Unemployment! September, an increase of 300,000 over the previous months. With seasonal- adjustment, payroll employment, was unchanged over the month but would have shown a modest in- The bureau said one cxplana tion for Hie sharp increase might be that the September survey was taken early in the month, perhaps before a large number of young persons had crease except for the effect of yet re-entered school. the early changeover in auto models. Although unemployment for nonwhites remained double that of whites, nearly all of the Sep-j tember increase in uneniploy- dog a bath, ment took place among the white workers whose rate climbed from 3.2 to 3.6 per cenl. The rate for blue collar workers moved from 3.8 to 4.4 per cent, reflecting increased joblessness in blue collar categories. Immediately upon returning from her coronation, Queen Victoria reportedly doffed her ceremonial robes -- to give her AUTO GLASS For All Cars A M Glass 624 13th St. Ph. 352-6248 EVERYDAY TENSION? SLEEPLESS NIGHTS? Are you edgy and always having to be "understood" by even your friends? Well when simple nervous tension is bothering you and causing sleepless nights you should either try B.T. TABLETS or see your doctor, or both. B.T. TABLETS have tested Ingredients which will help you overcome simple nervous tension and sleep better at night. Your druggist has help for you in lafe -- nonhabit forming -- B.T. TABLETS, others are enjoying the relief B.T. 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