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    The llrppner fiaftlf-Time. Heppner, Oregon, Thunday, May 8. 1980 ELEVEN
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Congressman Al Ullman shelves value added tax idea to concentrateon balancing budget
Oregon Congressman Al
Ullman, in a statement in
Washington, taid that (lie
Immediate economic prob
lems facing Oregon and the
nation demand the prompt
and full atlcntion of the
Congress,
"For this reason, I am
cancelling plans for further
hearings on comprehensive
long-range tax restructuring
proposals, including my own
plan for reducing income and
payroll taxes by $115 billion
and replacing the lost revenue
with a value-added tax," said
Ullman. who it chairman of
the House Ways and Means
Committee,
"The agenda of the commit
tee will focus, instead, on
proposals integral to congres
sional and administration ef
forts to achieve a balanced
budget in the upcoming fiscal
year and improve the econo
mic environment.
"The recession already is
having a dramatic adverse
impact in Oregon because our
timber and agriculture
based economy is epecial!y
vulnerable to sharp swings in
monetary policy and in mort
gage and short-term lending
rates.
"Businesses and farmers
simply can't survive with
interest rates at today's levels
none of us can.
"While the prime rate
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Western Family Yellow Cling Peaches Sliced or Halves, 16-Oz. . . . 47
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appears to have peaked, a
series of special actions will
be necessary to increase the
flow of available funds and
credit to segments of the
economy hardest hit by the
credit squeeze, including
small business, agriculture,
housing and the forest pro
ducts industry.
"This effort will be my first
priority.
Heppneritc
20th in nation
as bronc rider
Butch Knowles of Heppner
is one of 20 nationally ranked
saddle bronc riders invited to
vie for a share of $125,000 in
the Black Velvet Tournament
of Champions Pro- Rodeo May
10-11 in I,as Vegas.
As one of the top rodeo
competitors in the Profes
sional Rodeo Cowboys Asso
ciation, he has been asked to
compete for the $10,oAo first
prize in his event.
The saddle bronc riding,
bull riding and bareback
bronc riding competitions
each offer $22,000 purses and
first place awards of $10,000.
The fourth event, the bull
fighter contest, features a
$9,000 purse with a $4,000 first
prize.
(Justice j
Court J
Violations from the office of
Charlotte Gray, of the Justice
Court in Heppner for the week
ending May 2 include:
Dana Ann Sweek, The
Dalles failure to change ad
dress on license $24 bail
forfeited.
Debra Jean Harshman. 495
S. Green St. in Heppner
speeding $29 fine.
Victor Vitti Borghese. Ar
lingtonfailure to dim lights
-$17 fine.
Darwin Vincent Ansotegui.
Rt. 2 Aiken St. in Heppner
defective equipment $6 fine.
Scott Allan Richardson,
Spray vehicle license ex
pired $6 fine.
Victoria Marie Morris. 340
Water St. in Heppner no
operator's license $24 fine.
Joseph Donald Worlein,
Spray failure to drive right
$8 fine.
Eugene Clyee Farley. P.O.
Box 53 Hinton Creek defec
tive equipment $18 fine.
Frank Dee Burres, P.O. Box
251 in lone no operator's
license not guilty.
David Eldon Tucker, 2nd St.
in lone open container of
alcohol in an automobile $29
fine.
Robin Don Scott. 675 Rock
St. in Heppner careless driv-ing-$29.
Philip Stuart Johnson. Echo
defective equipment $24
bail forfeited.
Elsie Miamma Fox. 465 S. B
St. in Lexington failure to
yield $29 bail forfeited.
Marketing
explained
Riley Munkers, Morrow
County Grain Growers, will
explain the basics of market
ing at the Grain Growers
board room at 1:30 p.nv and
again at 7:30 p.m. today.
The Morrow County Wheat
Growers have a marketing
tour planned for June 5 and 6
in Portland.
Some of the activities on the
agenda are a tour of grain .
loading facilities at one of the
large grain terminals, a tour
of a winery inHillsboro, a visit
with commodity brokers, a
visit with Bill Hughes of the
USDA crop reporting ser1
vices, a visit to the Portland
Grain Exchange, lunch with
the Ag Committee of the
Portland Chamber of Com
merce at the Aero Club, and a'
tour of either a bakery or a
cookie factory.
If there is" any interest in
obtaining a bus to go as a
group, please let Harold Kerr
know by calling 676-9642.
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