Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on June 27, 1974 · Page 9
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 9

Ukiah, California
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Thursday, June 27, 1974
Page 9
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Thursday, June 27, 1974 Ukiah Daily Journal, Uklah Calif. THE Daily Crossword by Norton Rhoiades ACJ^OSS 1 ^Cigar country • 5*^00 over the lawti 10 Genesis land 14 State 15 Faf out 16 High point '17i Atlanta main drag 20 Turkish title 21 Lamb 22 Literary odds and ends 23 Between; pref. 26 Biases 28 Ulster county 31 - little Indians 32 October drink 33 Secure 36 Figuratively,',, large amounts 40 New York City strip 44 Between theta and kappa 45 Elicit • 46 Genetic factor 47 Nest: var. 50 Override a veto 52 Specialized cutting tool 55 Baseball manager 56 Direction Solution to Yesterday's Puzzle: ••••aaiaQii GiaBDiii BQQIia ••DBDailEI BEiQD dan BQQ •DQH ••QBOia •llGIQGlliaQD QUaQCIB •BEIEIB OBB BCICIEICI anaBOB BBBQBBDB BBBOCIB OEiniB OBB Biaia dBOB BaBBQBQB DBOCia Ginaciii noBncioiaaa GiBaaH BaQaBBBBa BBBDB BBEIB •BQD 57 R^Oerseor high 59 Let in a run 63 Los Angeles route .67 Gl entertainment centers 68 "Working on the 69 Of Pindar's - fbrm "J 70' Transmitted 71 Beginnings 72 Bandleader DOWN . • 1 bogpatch rtian 2 Eye part 3 Lillieand Arthur 4 TV house- holdef- 5 Rubbish! . 6 North ofAfr,' .7 Meaty one 8 Russian city 9 Stop • 10 Scratch 11 Figui-atively, large amount 12 Mindless 13 Atomic rays. 18 Persist . IS "Winter's -" 24 Flavor 25 High class 27 Bet 28 Salvador 29 Spread 30 Barber's call 34 Fish for drying 35 Harden 37 Wave: Sp. 38 .— pro tunc • 39 Install : 41 Scotch Johns 42 Maple or Ashe 43 Slued • 48 Subtle , villain 49 "Where joy . . forever —" 51 The straight and — 52 Roman twin 53 Reserved room sign . 54 Persian or casaba 55 Warrior 58 Away from the wind 60 Faif feature 61 Devil's ethic 62 52 cards 64 Presidential monogram 65' Man's nickname , 66 - Plaines 17 20 15 28^ 29 30 32 1.0 . ^'^ 18 7 • 21 9 ^Bio 16 133 25 2?- 31 19 11 122 27' 12 13 35 W 67 70 168 171 51 169 172 .0 61 62 22 more Co. residents • . • -p owe IRS SANTA ROSA, - Twenty-two more Mendocino .County residents have a collective $290,000 federal income tax liability today after they failed to appear for U.S. Tax Court pre-trial conferences in San Francisco. Tax Coui't Judge Bruce Forrester dismissed the cases that had been appealed to tHe court following audit adjustments by the Internal Revenue Service., Generally, these taxpayers did not permit their books and records to be audited by the IRS. The dismissals will lead to orders deciding the cases in favor of the IRS, in the amounts of taxes and penalties determined in the statutory notices of deficiency. The individual deficiencies ranged from $119 to $175,284. In April 22 other Mendocino County residents with a • collective federal tax liability of $228,000 also failed to appear for a pre-trial conference. Tax Court Judge Cynthia Hall dismissed these cases and the cases were decided in favor of the IRS. ' According to the IRS regional counsel staff, both groups had been ordered to the pre-trial conferences to produce books and records and "enter into a stipulation of facts," or in other words to put into writing all agreed on issues to save the court tinie. The orders con-; tained, a warning that if the taxpayers did not, appear in court to "properly prosecute" their apipeals, their cases would be dismissed. WELFARE NEW? The anciertt Incas had well- organized welfare pr6grams. Orphans, the aged and the sick drew generous food supplies from government storehouses. California economic outlook 'spotty' Reluctant consumers and cautious (guilders are teaming up to (Produce a spotty economic outlook for California for the remainder of 1974, Wdls Fargo Bank repbrted today. The bank's monthly Business Review said the state, at midyear, has three strong economic sectors — agribusiness, foreign traiie and aerospace. But' problems of inflation, lack of confidence and uncertainty over the future are impeding overall economic growth. , "The most badly hit^eas of the economy at present are consumer spending and housing construction," Joseph A. "Wahed, vice president and senior economist for the bank, said. "We believe the worst obstacles will be overcome by mid-summer and the year will (^lose on a moderate upward trend. This should provide a basis' for a better performance in 1975." Personal income in California is expected to rise about 9 per cent, but inflation, which will just about keep pace, artd rising taxes, mean that the consumer's real spendable income will decline in 1974. With con- gume^s unwilling or unable to loosen their purse strings, Wahefl said, retail store sales are likely to rise only about 8 ,per cent to around $55 billion, compared to gains of 9.2 per cent last year and 8.9 per cent in 1972. Auto sales, he added, may well drop about 22 per cent below the record reached last year, and could average around 914,000. Mobile home saleS, after skidding to a low point in late 1973 and early 1974, appear to be on the relDound and should total around 29,000 this year still 10 per cent" below last year. Wahed termed construction activity this year "very disappointing," with weakness in home building and heayy construction stit?h,as highways, bridges and dams. Commercial construction is only moderately strong. "Because of tight money, rpaterial shortages and the rising cost of building supplies, builders have not been willing or able to undertake any sizable expansion." .Calling new home building '-'one of the major weak spots in the state's economy" Wahed said current trends point to a 21 per cent drop in housing permits this year to a level in the range of 160-170,000 new homes and apartments. Adding the 29,000 mobile homes sales, the supply of new hoiising units will range between 190-200,000, down from 249,000 in 1973 and 312,000 the previous year. ,'. On the positive side, Wahed reported that cash farm receipts are expected to rise around 10 per cent above last year's record $7.5 billion, but -because of sharply increased production and equipment costs, 1974 farm profits will hot match last year's. ^ Foreign trade will continue upward. "During the first three months of 1974, the state's . exports totaled $2.4 billion — 63 per cent ahead of last year — and imports were $i2.5 billion, or 30 per cent ahead of last year's first quarter. The state's foreign trade will continue to grow the rest of the year, but will not equal the tremendous gain registered in 1973." REVOLUTIONARY SALE EXTERIOR LATEX HOUSE PAINT "'^'"•W VVHITF 8 LK.MT 'y'-f'y CRAFTSMAN'S CHOICE LATEX HOUSE PAINT Reg. $7.95 gal. $649 White and Pastel Tints Only ACRYLIC LATEX ENAMELIZED HOUSE PAINT Reg.$12.25gai i95 iGAL $9i Some Custom Colors Higher [RefGRGHasi . LATEX HOUSE PAINT Z400F • PREFERENCE LATEX HOUSE PAINT Reg. $5.95 gal. White and Pastel Tints ADDITIONAL SAVINGS ON PREFERENGE INTERIOR FLAT LATEX CRAFTSMAN'S CHOICE PRIMERS CLIFF MUSIC'S UKIAH COLOR CENTER ^ Open Mon. thru Sat. 8 to 5:30 ^ 705 N. State St. Easy Parking 462-9008 If you have a good used car for us, we have a great new or you. Chevrolet ^ There's never been a better time to buy a new Chevrolet. Chevrolet Dealers nfeed used cars, and we're making outstanding trade-in deals to get them. But don't take our word for it. Drive your car down today. We'll look it over. And you can look over the fuU line of new Cheyrolets we have on hand. There may never be a better opportunity to get such a great deal on a great new Chevrolet. Chevy men Mitchell Chevrol^-Buick 19285 North'Hwy I, Fort Bragg ' • Phone:964-4017 Lance Motors North State Street, Ukiah Phone:442-8818 . Woodruff Chevrolet-Pontiac 1565 South AAali;>^treet.Wllllts Phone: 459-2028 J . . /

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