Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 15, 1970 · Page 17
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Personal Income Hits New $17.8 Billion April High House Unit OK's Military Money Bill WASHINGTON (AP)-A $1.97 billion military construction bill including $323.5 million for construction at three Safeguard antimissile sites was approved to day by the House Armed Services Committee. The panel defeated, 31 to 5, an effort by Rep. Robert L. Leggett, D-Calif., to cut the Safeguard funds below the amount Without the one-time govern- asked by the Nixon administra- ment payments, the department tjon [said, tliis key indicator of the WASHINGTON (AP) -- Personal income jumped a record $17.8 billion during April, but :he increase was entirely the remit of higher Social Security payments and the 6 per cent federal pay raise, the Commerce Department reported today. Income rose to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $801.1 billion, up from $783.3 billion in March. The rate for the first four months of this year was $784.2 $727.1 through April, billion, billion compared to for January 1969. This is the first major construction funding for Safeguard siies at Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D., Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont., and Whiteman Air Force Base, Mo. Congress appropriated $14 million in Safeguard construction money last year for site preparation, access roads central center space in [nation's economic condition would have fallen. Both the government pay raise and the Social Security increase included some retroactive payment. Private sector wages and salaries fell $1.5 billion. Corporate dividends, however, rose sligh 1 - ly-to $25.3 billion from $25.2 and . thelbillion in March and in Febru- NORAD Cheyenne Mountain Complex in Colorado. The $1.97 billion bill is the annual authorization for all construction at U.S. military installations around the world. The actual money must be appropriated in a separate bill. ary. Persona income includes wages, earnings of farmers anc self-employed businessmen rental income, dividend payments and Social Security, minus workers' Social Security tax payments. 'rowler Killed DENVER (AP) -- A suspect- 1 prowler identified as Scott 'illiam Barrett, 21, was shot nd killed early this morning y a southeast Denver man, ac- ording to city police. Police said Stanley B. Hallman, 39, told them he saw a lan in the back yard of .the Oilman home, and fired one lot at him with a .22 caliber islol. Barrett was hit in the right ide, and was pronounced dead lortly after he. was found in a arked car across the street rom the Hallman home, inves- gators said. Police quoted several neigh- orhood residents as saying ley saw a man trying doors nd windows of homes. Hallman was taken to police eadquarters where he gave a ;atement then was released ending further investigation, fficers said. Farm Roundup By DON KENDALL AP Farm Writer WASHINGTON (AP) - Use KEA administrator David A. Hamil said the job projections was based on field reports from Off With Old SEOUL - By 1973 the lepublic of Korea will dispense ith the Chinese characters sed along side the Korean angul alphabet which was ntroduced in 1446. of commercial fertlzer last fs- more than half of 1,830 systems cal year rose in total tonnage surveyed on community devel from 1968 by only one-half of a percentage point but applica- opment activities. "We feel that all REA borrow lions of actual plant nutrients ers contribute, in one way^or an jumped 3 per cent says the Ag-""""" '" ' riculture Department. Primary nutrients are nitrogen, phosphoric acid and potas- otlier to rural development,' Hamil said in a statement. "In our opinion, the extension of a line to provide electric or slum " o x i d e . Ihese totaled 15.51 telephone service is, in itself million tons, or I) per cent more rural development, Hami said. "It is a fact of life in out business that where electric and than in 19C7-B8, officials said in a final report on U.S. fertilizer usage. Mixed fertilizer farmers and gardeners, primarily--totaled 21.2 million tons, or slightly less than the previous telephone lines go, progress and usage--by development follow. WASHINGTON (AP) group of young farmers from Nebraska plan to visit Capito Hill and the Agriculture Depart year. However, more fanners are mcnl next Mon(iav to push f or a applying speciah/.ed nutrients! :,,- :,, /,, :--TM« directly. In 1968-09, for example, direct applications of primary nutrients totaled 17.7 million Ions, or 2 per cent more than a year earlier. The report said the amount of all commercially made fertilizers increased for the ninth consecutive year to 38.9 million tons but at much less the 4 to 7 per cent annual increase during the two previous years. Increases were reported in most areas west of tile Mississippi River while declines were reported along the Pacific and in the East. WASHINGTON (AP) - More lhan UO.OOO new jobs were added j last year by rural electric and telephone system borrowers us- ini; I t u r a l ' Electrification Administration loan programs, Ag- r i c u l t u r e Department officials] said Indav. raise in farm income. The group, estimated at be tween 70 and 80, according to a National Farmers Union spokes man here, plans · to, charter commercial jet for the one-daj visit. One of the questions the group --members of the Nebraska Farmers Union--plans to ask the spokesman said, is: How can farmers survive with in creasing costs unless farm in come is raised? The group will be headed b Elton L. Berck. Lincoln, Neb. head of the state Farmers Un ion, Ihe spokesman said. CHIROPRACTIC 1. Relieves pain--without drugs. 2. Restores henlth, without needless surgery. 3. 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Trans-Mountain Highway Route Planned in Northern Colorado BOULDER (AP)- Engineer-] ng consultant Marwood Rupp :old a meeting called by the Colorado Division of Highways Wednesday that he expects the northern Colorado area under consideration for a trans-moun- tain highway will be narrowed corridor by late to a 30-mile June. Rupp said the area north of Interstate 70 in Denver to the Colorado-Wyoming line is under consideration for another route over the Continental Divide. Rupp's firm has been authorized to spend $150,000 to study the feasibility of several trans-mountain r o u t e s . The study must be completed by 5ec. 15 by legislative directive.! Only local county and muni-1 cipal officials have expressed opposition to the plan. Watershed, congestion and environmental problems are cited by officials as probable results of a highway such as the one under consideration if it runs through this area. Rupp said after the meeting he hadn't found the same reaction in other communities. 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