Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 29, 1973 · Page 68
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 68

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REPUBLIC, CIT* , V.' B44 The Arizona Republic O Friday, Jam- », itn 1 Phoenix budget Continued from Page B-l Firemen sought a 25 per cent increase while city policemen sought a 15.5 per cent raise. And blue collar workers pressed for an across-the-board hike of $50. All of those proposals were Elected and labeled "unrealistic" by top city officials. City Councilman Calvin C. Goode voted in favor of approving the budget Thursday, but he again urged the council to take another look at the recommended salaries for public safety employes. Another speaker before the council was Mrs. John McNeill, wife of a city water department worker, who maintained the council has "lost contact with the common 2 big oil firms hike deliveries to gas stations o Associated Press Two major oil companies said Thursday they will increase their gasoline allotments to service stations throughout the countryin July. Texaco, Inc., said its July distributions to dealers will be increased to 101 per cent of the amount each dealer received during the period June 1 to July 1,1972, or 101 per cent of the amount purchased during any two consecutive months between January and May of this year. Texaco said its is taking the action in cooperation with the federal government's program for voluntary allocation of crude oil and refinery products. Gulf Oil Corp. said it is raising gasoline allocations by "a reasonably large amount through July." It gave no figures, saying the amounts will vary among regions of the country. A Gulf spokesman in Pittsburgh said the company also will lift a 10-gallon customer quota earlier imposed at stations bordering the Pennsylvania Turnpike. man." She accused the administration of adhering to a doublestandard for city sala* ries — one for executives and the other for workers. She referred frequently to the $3,000 raise approved by the council for City Manager John B. Wentz. Asked after the meeting why city policemen did not attend to press their salary demands,- PPA vice president Mark Barnett was reluctant to divulge his group's strategy. Barnett denied the city policemen in the PPA said they would show up at the council meeting to hand in resignations. At least 150 PPA members agreed to fill out resignation forms at a meeting two weeks ago and use mem as bargaining leverage. Barnett called these forms "unification slips" at the time. A small delegation of citizens met with Mayor John D. Driggs, and other staff members, in City Hall Thursday afternoon to discuss police salaries. The city, Driggs said after that meeting, will not alter its stand on an 11.5 per cent raise for experienced patrolman, and 5.6 per cent for those at the starting pay levels. Barnett said the PPA board of directors, who will be briefed on the citizens meeting, would discuss the results of that session next week and decide the group's next move. 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