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. WASHINGTON (AP) President
Reagan announced Thursday he would
abolish the Council on Wage and Price
Stability and prohibit federal agencies
from implementing new regulations for
In an opening statement at his first
news conference since taking office, the
president said the Council on Wage and
Price Stability, which administered the
Carter administration's anti-inflation
program, "has been totally ineffective in
controlling inflation and has imposed
unnecessary burdens on labor and
Announcing the freeze on pending
federal regulations, the new president
said the action would give his adminis
tration time "to start a new regulatory
oversight process and also prevent cer
tain last-minute regulatory decisions of
the previous administration the so
called 'midnight regulations' from
taking effect without proper review and
Abolition of the Council on Wage and
Price Stability would cut 120 persons
from the federal payroll. Reagan said he
would ask Congress to rescind its budget
of $1.5 million.
Reagan also said his planned cuts in
federal spending would "be made every
place" and likely would be "bigger than
anyone has ever attempted." He declined
to be more specific.
The president indicated his continued
commitment to seek a three-year, 30
percent cut in individual taxes. He backed
away somewhat from earlier pledges that
the cut take effect at the start of 1931.
Reagan said the exact date was not as
important as getting the principle of the
tax plan in place.
. "We've lived beyond our means and
then financed our extravagance on the
backs of the American people," Reagan
said of his proposed spending cuts,
scheduled to be detailed in mid-February.
Reagan said his administration "did
not come here to be a caretaker govern
ment.... We think the time has come
where there has to be a change of direc
tion of this country and it's going to
begin with reducing government spending."
In conjunction with his plan to cut
spending and taxes, the president said he
was ordering "key federal agencies to
freeze pending regulations for 60 days."
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the campus but would be covering city
streets that run through the campus,
such as Cameron Avenue or Raleigh Road.
"I'm going to try to be as understand
ing as possible about the whole thing,"
Benson said. "I'm not totally in favor of
outlawing voice control because some
people really use it correctly. It's too bad
.that they have to use leashes even though
they can control their dogs."
Benson said she was most pleased with
the part of the new ordinance that allows
the patrol to give civil citations to leash
law offenders instead of having the
police swear out criminal warrants, as
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had been required under the old ordinance.
Benson said she expected many dog
owners to resist complying with the
- ordinance, and most of the people inter
viewed strongly confirmed that suspicion.
"Even if I do get the $20 fine, I'll still
keep letting my dog loose," one dog
owner said. "You just can't make big.
dogs stay on a leash, unless you can run
them for a long time; I just don't have
MADRID, Spain (AP) Premier Adclfo Suarez resigned Thursday with
his Cabinet, the government announced. ' , ;
The 42-ycar-oId premier also quit as head of his ruling center party. :
Beth decisions are irrevocable, spokeswoman Rosa Posada said in araaound
the premier's resignation. She. said the premier quit for strictly personal reasens.
The premier's Cabinet resigned with him but will continue in caretaker
status until the party names a new leader, and presumably a premier nominee,
at a party convention scheduled next week.
The first democratically elected head of government since the 1935-1939
Civil War, Suarez came under increasing criticism within his own party in
recent weeks after surviving a vote of confidence last September by 14 votes.
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SIDON, Lebanon (AP) Israeli jets attacked Palestinian jucrilla bases in
southern Lebanon Thursday for the first time this year to avenge a Pdestinian
'rocket attack on an Israeli border town.
In Jerusalem, an Israeli defense official cited U.S. President Reagan's state
ment that terrorism should be dealt with "swiftly and unequivocally." '
The Israeli warptenes struck at targets across southern Lebanon hours
after Lebanese-based Palestinians wounded seven Israelis in Kiryat Shmona
with a barrage of Soviet-made Katyusha rockets.
Lebanese and Palestinian officials said four Palestinian guerrillas and 10
Lebanese villagers were killed by the air raids and 30 people were wounded
The Israeli warplanes roared in from the Mediterranean Sea to hit targets
near the port cities of Sidon and Tyre, the coastal town of Zaharani and the
market town of Nabatiyeh, about 12 miles inland.
U.S. Ambassador John Gunther Dean visited the town a few hours before
the raid to present U.S. aid to a Lebanese nursing school but had returned to
Beirut before the attack. ; . ;
NEW YORK (AP) Exxon Corn, and Shell Oil Co. boosted wholesale
success of the modernization of
agriculture, industry, national defense
and education, he said, r -'
Lack of scientific manpower and of
capital accumulation, plus internal
reisistance, the inability of the party to
fuel prices 1 to 3 cents Thursday, but most other major refiners failed to match
the moves in the wake of President Reagan's decision to lift price controls on
.petroleum, - '. .
"We're still trying to review the effects" of Reagan's early abolition of
price and allocation regulations, said a spokesman for Standard Oil Co. of
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Exxon, the nation's largest oil company, said it increased prices 1.5 to 3
cents a gallon on wholesale home heating oil and diesel and jet fuel and hiked
wholesale gasoline prices 2 to 3 cent a.gallon. The price hikes varied in dif
ferent parts of the country.
Shell increased home heating oil and diesel fuel prices 1 cent a gallon west
of the Rockies and 3 cents a gallon elsewhere.
Meanwhile, No. 2 Mobil Corp. said it raised wholesale heating and diesel
control the people and the increasing
size of the population are ail obstacles to , fuel prices 1 to 2 cents a gallon in sections of the East Wednesday.
modernizing China, he said.
Deng hopes to modernize China by
reversing the emphasis on heavy industry
of past years, Chi said. Now agriculture
and light industry will take precedence
over heavy industry.
Deng also is rearranging China's
power structure. "There is a firm
commitment to transferring power-down
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Tony Hooper, Chapel Hill's assistant town manager since 1979, has resigned
from his post, effective Feb. 27. Hooper has accepted the job of town
manager for New Bern. He came to Chapel Hill five years ago to be town
fins nee director. : ....... ... " .
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