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1985_12_08.pdf

1985_12_08.pdf

----..-rrr R ei By JIM LUTHER --------- TnOAssociuledPrcs ■ress WASHINGTON — - Thanks to an ■ unenlhusiastic publ lublic a n d - a .skep- ! ' . Cotigr^'^smenai itiemptti to duck ppension tax i I Tlie“ “ H( House is also scheduled lo ■ vote on a substitute lax plan put lor by the-R epublican leader- tlcal Congress. Pre: ’residcnt R eagan is p „ The cot perilously close to lo sin g ’the tax- By BRYAN BRUMLEYcongressional' bills follow th e ' ■ • : A 1 n am ) endm ent to th e panel’s Il’s tax reTofm b ill' Ih e 'laIX x i refor.m bill, nor by coftimll illtee m em bers broad out ■ overhaul plan lhal lal ju sl six m onths The Associated Press . ^ outlines of R ij^ a n 's proposal: 4 • . would Id, l^ U lfe ''m o s t federal em en; ployees to pay who brie )rlefed reporlers. E ither r would w( cut taxes for m o st inago he hailed as the sp ark th a t ^ taxes !S ot^rp&TSlon benefits for or the first th ree . A spok pokeswoman for ihe America can Federation dividuals, _ — w o u Id -scU o H -a-S i-sccond_Am&r4can_____ i WASHINGTON - The H( lals, raise them for m ost cor­ House Ways and years !« after.th ey retlre. of.Gove: }vcrnm enl Em ployees said 1 her- 1 organlza-------poralions, I .rcvolulion. Vleans'Com m itlee voled lo lig ona.- sn a re — som e-T of" -th e ------tighten taxation o f . r ,!, it under the proposal, 'lh,e ------ ‘” W llh o u l~ s6 m e^^ }cbsions_pald_lo_fedcral_wori : o r ^ - b u t - q u l e U y _ e o “ ^ , e 535 S m em bers of '•would, nol be oble lo suppo port the bill in millionair naires ^ d giant corporations_____ m n u m e l i t a l z a ^ 3 ? “ ] K tw istin g 'Sy Ihe le prfjsident. say J® n clu d ed-apro v isio n to excm ^l grcssraadnhclt-'stallsrw otjld j i a : « h tlh W to - e n r X ^ :® -o i- r-U ie -lre a tm e n t-o tlc lc?ralzem B ploy.eeszi zurainiava H ^ e c n a b ie ltb -d o d g e -th c -la x -------p tia w m a k e r s 'a h d zSiv i leaders of Congress ■ess, the House ju st “ heir 'ii staffs, congressional aides the- -tsx- benefit currently tly given federal ire about to re tire.” collector. lor. and sweep milltons of des s old Saturday. :.?nrif p J r Chllris f>Wlillv(» Hlrontnr y ; ;m ighl rcjccl the bil bill when it com es The exem ption d rew fire fro Iro icerBf—w hose'‘penslons~arc"i m .u n io n s.re p r^ c - n o f ta x e d until ir nf.lhn SeniOE------ ioact-jncc i^ncom e-A m ericans-off-the-^n-:-----s Mo a final .vole this Ilis week. T hai p n K :enling governm ent workers, -exceed . the- am ount the wo u tiv c s . Association, -sa id -hh e -"w o u ld -t)e come-tax: tax roils altogether. ' ' rs. an d tw o-H ouse .rpiiVi., [ji ,-bably would kill any m y chance of m ajo r * nem „ ' bers have said they will •ement fu n d s ... workers paid into- f S ded - " if congressm en deferrei red taxation of Deilverl vering the D em ocrats’ reponse Mil try to -restdre-a pensions. •'It would be very /self-serv 5 in g ," to Reagan g > lax changes before •01987. li .............- P®" lensfon tax deferral now enjoy Joyed by all federal ' The e am en d m en l"w as"n o l m igan’s radio a ddress. W ays a nd menlfoned in a Mid*" Childs, Chi whose association represents re top Means 3 r Bill in his weekly [|y radio address on mployees. ^ Ways5 and M eans C om m ittee n< i C hairm an Rep. D an news release on governm nm ent w orkers. ■' , Rostenkov ikowskl, D-Ill.. safd the 'bill § riSalurdayi R eagan n ssignaled a deter*, ' ------------ * "carries es rm ore tax reform and m ore 3 Im ination to conlini linue Ills fight for propos josai w ritten by’ D em ocrats Its on " While the propo posals before the lax codi ode th at is fairer, sim pler cr and i vote yes next week ■J\ -la x fchanges. lie urj urged the House lo the House Ho :k and allow Ihc irness than any bill in our-hls- Ways and Means Comn m m lt- House arc faT from 71 perfects they do cncoura irages . . g re a te r . growl ow th.!l_S enatc_lo_consldcr. f;! ■ • pass a n am ended 1 v< version of his lax tee. r d o lja le a n d - lo J f f iX ^ ------- TCDresent aij essenti itial step tow ard a Reagan an said. "1 hope the House sc will < improve this Importar ;ant m easu re." » • SSee TAXES on P a g e '^ I tn e r - :B ^ io r tu ] m e s _ J I g o buW S t : : : : : : ! ( E l i r t j a t i nI qO J 0 i n H u wim- F — 80th-vearrNor3«-- - !agaiO S a Z--------B yK O BERTFU REO n o w ---------V— ' ,[ . The Associated Press ; WASHINGTON — - M any m em bers - ot the “ baby boom ” - ■ '^ 1 | K ^ A t■ttomey t i w i l l t a k e cas( i s e t o h i g h c o u r t in their 3Qs. a re tin finding they _can’l m atch th eir p afeht: 2h ts‘ m iddle class ' _Bv_pEA^ E A N S .M IL l.R R ______ __________ __ /rimes-iXt s-News writer achievom ents’cf nice hlci homes, finan- •: ' clal security, jahd "ci children’s e d u c a -;. lion, the authors of )f a new study said Saturday. “ All around us, I, t th ere a re signs -< ' t w in IN FALLS — AUorneys for form er cr Idaho Congressman G eorge Hansen en v will take his appeal qf a l‘J84 felony y c conviction lo the United that the m iddle clas: iass is in trouble," StalesSu s Suprem e Courl Monday, a F riday teJephone interview, congressional Jo innt t ] Econom ic C o m - ' 7 ^ ^ | attorney ley Stephen B raga .said from m iltee. Washingl ington lhat he will on Monday "Single persons s a rc postponing file a 24- 24-pnge-pclilion for tho court m arriag e. Fam ilies es a re postponing - - | ^ | lo hear a r H ansen's appeal, the last having children. Good < jobs in day on n which the appeal can be filed m ariufacturing a re 2 b( being lost. Young under fedi federal law. people feel substai stantlal economic Hansen iscn was convicted in U.S. • p ressu re." D istrict cl Courl C in W ashington on four The authors said lid som e analysts counts 5 of falsifying financial reports fear ihe silualion wo won’t Improve u n - lo Ihe House Hou of Representalives. til the huge federal ll budget t deficit Is Hansen' sen’s appeal of the April 2.191)4 greatly reduced — ‘ ai an action lhal In decision 3n v u'as denied in August by a itself, would probabl ably ioWer living ■ h b Q ^ M v ' Ihrce-m mer em ber panel of the U.S. stan d ard s in the short o rtru n . . v '^ H Court of J Appeals and in October by 'i n ~ x b : ^ c n t s ~ re release lc d rw it h - th e — the full I lO- lU-judge Court of Appeals. ?ia” 0bey,"T5'-W lsr‘ — Braga'S ^a'sa^d■tKo^(^a^c^actnc5^|?(^i^^— ~ c halrjnan of the com cor m ittee, called th for fl Hansen and against him ------ - t h e sltu atio n “.a seriou •iousTJroblem:*-'- ' fina final appeai;;Becausc Hansen^s ^ . “ W e-m ust achieve :ve h ig h er.rates of,_ is'Ih e firs first case iri which an clecled iim tfvrN eF Z , ,,, growih and th at me m eans Increasing [ : W i I has been charged under the the productivity y and com- ' * 4 * Elhlc Ihlcs in Government Act, the petiliveness of our u r econom y." he. i rj^ S r^ rM z d a s lesUviiiefl; M w h c b c o n ^ n nec iCourt m ay be interested in said. “T bal-lS a har hard and complex t0 ^ a t8 1 |i.T n ;.S e e st0 T y } 1 )^ le and take it. f a r e n - -------- jo b ^ ith -n o ^ in g le^ asj asy-solulionr“------ B raga-said-the-sheer-volum e------ ; M easured In 1984 1 dc dollars lo rem ove ....... •~i' ......:; J or petition tions filed wilh the high court the elTccts of Inflatloi tion, m edian fami- m eans 1 vet very few eases a re ever heard ly incom e doubled I be betw een 1947 and , there. " "I I Ithink w e're very optim istic 1973, the study said. 0 -rig h t......If-th c y -la k e it, 1---------- ■'•‘But In som e way ^ays 1973 w as the tp p o s itio m r unity tta lk s Goll Uapse inI P h ilip p iii n e s - - : E S ve h have a very good chance.’’ B raga ;a has 1 been involved in the- • See BOOMERS R S o n P ageA 2 ByDAV AVIDBlUSCOE ■ break-up, and annou Dunced he would a.m . Sun Sunday. M rs. Aquljio arrived /ed al acknowledged Uic a Rrecm ent w llh case from rom ils beginning a s an assis-______ ...........The-Ass isso e/aterfP ress------ ----------- run for president; Mr: Irs. Aquino m ade 7:30 a.rh t.rn.. m et briefly w ith L aur aurel. Laurel huu fallen api ipart. liu f L uplla tant 'to to N athan Lewln, the ' no im m ediate commei lent. and left ft Ibefore the conference was vas to K ashiw ahara, sister ■o ofM rs.A quino’s Washingtc ngton. D.C., Attorney who un- MANI .NILA, Philippines - ’ ' An A The opposition pa parlies acknowl- begin, .. -assassln titg d hu^banc nd, form er Sen. successful isfuliy argued the case for agreem jmient betw een the two top 3 0| op- edge th at M arcos, ir in power for 20 Laurel rei supporters said M: Mrs. Benigno Aquino, a'ddet led:- Hansen n ii in U.S. D istrict Court In position ion leaders lo hjn a uniflc lifled years, h as -a sti strong' political' Aquino 0 had h agreed three tim es to be "T he statcm eilt of r MI r. L aurel th a t Washingtc nglon. ■ -------------------- ------ tic k ern ng a ln st~ P re sid e n t-P e rd innand—org ar anizatlo n r-and—h -h av o -ex p ressed —the—pre: re sid e n tia l-c a n d ld a Je -Qf_the_C f-t ory-A quinol-dW -no nol-.-want- to - ru n ___ T he-pet -petition-scheduled- f o r , filing ■ J- E .'M arcos a n in trie F ebruary electior tions fears th at he will sw sweep the. Feb. 7 Laurel-lc I-led U nited N ationalist Dem- De: under UNIDO is no not correct. T he with the Suprem e Courl M onday ■- * » ^ : : i r r ’^=r:it5apse psed Sunday in laslrminui inute election u n le s s ‘they ly -field a single - ocratic c O rganization ' parly. . o r trulh-l§ thal she had ad agreed to run asks the he i court to h ear the case on ’ ' — :--------------------negolial ;lallons,-.......— .— ....... - - -------presldeniiai candidate Ite. • - -UNIDO. 0 . b u t : Ihter Jbacked dow down, under- a UNIDO-La Laban b a n n e r." th ree points, poll B raga safd. H ansen’s i T o rn *nicr ii Sen. Salvador H. Laun Qurel M rs. Aquino and I 1 L aurel Initially Theydid lid not elaborate. i Laban is the "newly form f< ed coalllion attorneys eys will argue th at C ongress " ' ' ------------ ------- blam ed e d -C o ra z o n -A q u in o -.fo n ^^the_scheduIedi.a_news._Qo th conference for 9 - a s pol' pokeswoman for M rs. Aqul qulno » See PHILIPPINE. [ E S o n P a g ^ _________ s.See ,SeeJlANSEN.onPaReA2___________ " E O P ^ .rk 7 "^ ’ n- - J L .— HA. rr-nr-T------------------- r —JU3tI< Musii^ W M Z S atur HOOpti P rev ie w Formeer Sum cA ssociated P ress • to the 1 i Suprem e Court and Presl< csldent R eagan's there an are lim e s.w h e n 'it's up lo 0 th e,court to only sel leiectiontodate. . 4 A N Q V E R 3 J.H .-^ -R etired « l-^ .i P re m c X o u rt— A llhn tiniigh - f l - m pmhp r nf stice-Polter-Slew art-a-D ivolal perform :m its function ■ and to 'pprovide i w hal ie .J ib e ra I-c o u rt— ieadershi rshl;)llcan'ahd often has prbvi ividedri^--------the n ation's highest court for lor 23 years, died ren Uir hrough the 1960s, Stew art rt rieinalned the Suprem m e Court cam e from liis s freedom o T ^ turday in a New Ham pshire lire hospital, rive personi nificatlon of a mlddie-of-U if-lh e -ro a d ^ ju d g e _ iW ^ oigy, ^ , .-S tew art told reporter e rs after h e ■ dr:M 'think- lfs-the:flrst-duty ity-ot a r j u s t l c e r K — . rflke >

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