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proposal upsets OCTD directors New Formula on Transit Aid Attacked Candidates File Spending Totals lei Snarlrt tTimrt R Fri., Mar. 10, 1 978-Port n 3 COURT REJECTS NORTON BID TO QUASH PERJURY CHARGES At present, the Urban Mass Transportation Administration (UMTA) will pay 50 of an eligible district's operating expenses. The new bill would reduce that to one-third. In addition, the formula for allocating funds for capital projects, now based on population and population densities, would be changed to one that would use population for only 50 of the allocation. One fourth of the remainder would be distributed on the basis of fixed guideway (rail) mileages little of which is in the West and the rest would be broken down between commuter rail mileages, bus mileages and the age of the district's bus fleet However, he said, there still is a strong possibility that western transit agencies could persuade Congress to change the proposal "if we all stand together Ms. Young said the proposal basically pits the so-called "sunbelt" states against the "frostbelt" areas in the allocation of federal transit funds. The terms apply to states in the South, Southwest and West versus those in the North, Northeast and Midwest Later, OCTD's governmental affairs director. Curt Stewart, told reporters that the Carter-backed plan would have a serious effect on the amount of federal funds available to transit agencies in the western area during the panel's investigation of campaign contributions. He also is charged with soliciting false testimony from Gary Newmyer, also a former Santa Ana policeman, who worked on Norton's campaign. Assembly Candidate to Hold Benefit ANAHEIM Paul Bell, a Democratic candidate in the 69th Assembly District will hold a fund-raising cocktail reception at 6 p.m. today in the Balboa Room at the Disneyland HoteL SANTA ANA A Carter Administration proposal to change the way federal operating subsidies are allocated to transit agencies was attacked Thursday afternoon by directors of the Orange County Transit District County Supervisor Ralph Clark, chairman of the district, and directors Robin Young and William Farris led the attack upon their return from a three-day legislative meeting in Washington, D.C, with the American Public Transit Assn Clark said the Carter plan would shortchange the western states by emphasizing commuter rail mileage instead of population and population densities. Jantzen girls have lots of fun because they're always up to something! ANAHEIM John Seymour Jr. is the big spender so far in the campaigning for three City Council vacancies in the April 11 electioa Candidate statements filed in the City Clerk's Office show that Seymour's reelection committee has taken in $50,321 and spent $31,704. Councilwoman Miriam Kaywood's statement listed $14,892 in contributions and $3,493 in expenditures. Fred W. Brown, supported by a group known as Voices of the Electorate, took in $8,123 and spent $4,086. Gerald CKeefe reported receiving $5,051 and spending $368. ft tJb ifl? tVl M.i-f-.i nit Oi iit.t.itt' I I lr Ar4 SANTA ANA Superior Court Judge Philip Schwab Thursday rejected former Santa Ana policeman Loran Norton's bid to have perjury charges against him dismissed because of alleged vagueness. Norton, an unsuccessful 1976 State Senate candidate, had charged that the charges failed to conform to legally required specificity, such as the exact false statement he is alleged to have solicited from a witness who was scheduled to testify before the Grand Jury. Norton is charged with falsifying testimony to the 1975-76 Grand Jury 4B4 OtM) I r.n.t..A -ff. , n t. , , Ht".,(.l. Art t ' I X . 1 I IN V S' ; I 77 V: - 3 Jl lit X. zz B 1 KL Good thing we've loads of super-versatile, brightly- colored Jantzen things to wear! Start on the left; Nylon cire unlined jacket with knit trims, red, white or blue, $20 Elastic -back polyestercotton shorts, white, $13 Red, white or blue kangaroo pocket top, $16 Shorts, inspired by his, red or blue, $10 Both cotton. Cotton tank with nylon mesh, kan garoo pocket, $13 Lined nylon mesh shorts with cotton interlock trim, $12 Both, red, white, blue with white. All, in selected colors. Find two seconds today, to dash in to Young Attitude Swimwear i 1 vt-i.. v ' I - r K At ' Vi ORDER FROM BULLOCK'S 7TH & HILL, LOS ANGELES 90014 OR CALL 486-5900 OR YOUR TOLL FREE NUMBER. I4',nwn '.,iti ll.rqrt M. 'if Vaii AtM n.t (truth Am 4 I M4'(H tVt ..'(" AM ft M4(,?t iVI t,( nic '..( Jul-. I SHOP MON.-FRI. TILL 9:30, PASADENA, LA HABRA, LAKEWOOD TILL 9, DOWNTOWN TILL 6, EXCEPT FRI. TILL 7:30. SHOP SUNDAY NOON TILL 5. EXCEPT DOWNTOWN. DOWNTOWN PASADENA WESTWOOD SANTA ANA SHERMAN OAKS LAKEWOOD DEL AMO LA HABRA NORTHRIDGE SOUTH COAST PLAZA SAN DIEGO WEST COVINA CENTURY CITY

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