Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 28, 1974 · Page 11
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Monday, October 28, 1974 Union out 1.4 million on politics WASHINGTON (AP) - the political trust run by the AFL* CIO has spent $1.4 million on politics this year, its latest campaign finance reports show. The national trust run by the American Medical Association has spent $792,697 in the same period, and its 38 state committees have spent additional sums. The AMA's spending is followed by that of the United Auto Workers union, which has spent $763,395 this year. These were the largest totals spotted in a review of the latest campaign finance reports, which arrived in Washington last week. The reports cover the period between Sept. 1 and Oct. 14, and give totals for the year so far. Another wave of reports is due late this week, covering all but the final week and a half before the Nov. 5 I election. • A number of other groups have spent more than half a million dollars so far this year. They include the International Ladies Garment Workers Union; $516,975; The Machinists union, $500,690; The Maritime Engineers union, $552,059; and the California Teachers Association, $576,966. Those spending more than a quarter-million dollars include the Steelworkers union, $297,317; the Railway Clerks union, $251,909; the trust run by real estate dealers, $272,092; and the trust established by the National Association of Manufacturers, $257,996. A-trust run by California dentists has spent $311,845, more than half of it given to state-level candidates. The listing is not comprehensive because some reports are tardy, and because some groups such as the Teamsters and the AMA give money through a welter of state and local committees that makes the bookkeeping complicated. But the list gives some idea of which groups are spending large sums to influence this year's congressional and state elections. The largest single gift spotted in the current flock of reports was $40,000 from the garment workers to Hugh L. Carey, the Democratic candidate for governor of New York. Sen. Birch Bayh, D-Ind., got $15,000 from the Auto Workers and another $15,000 from the Retail Clerks union. The AFL-CIO passed out gifts of $10,000 each to Sen. Warren G. Magnuson, D-Wash., Sen. Jacob K. Javits, R-N.Y., and Gary Hart, the former McGovern campaign manager who is running for the Senate in Colorado. Magnuson now has received a total of $20,000 from the AFlrCIO. The Auto Workers also gave gifts totaling $13,000 to former astronaut John Glenn, Democratic Senate candidate from Ohio. HOPE (ARK.) STAR Eleven Wind, hail hit W. Texas; snow spreads Youth drowns .A-,, -i * , NtT ."/*» »V HI By Use Associated Press Wifld and hail hit te*as today as talfl or snow Spread over parts of the Southwest. Wind gusts bt 43 m»es per hour swept through AmaHllo, Tfe*.* and hall the size of golf- balls bounced on Sief field, Tex. Snow fell in the Cascade and Sierra mountain ranges. An inch of rain soaked Red Bluff, Calif. Frost was expected in Arizona and the Northeast was un- seasonably cold. But temperatures In the 50s reached as far north as Minnesota. Showers spotted the Mississippi Valley and Florida, but fair weather was the rule from the Atlantic Coast to the Mississippi and in the northern plains. temperatures ranged from 17 at Massena, N.Y., to 75 at Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Temperatures and conditions elsewhere: Anchorage 35 partly cloudy, Atlanta $9 clear, Boston 33 clear, Buffalo 39 partly cloudy, Chicago 55 clear, Cincinnati 46 clear, Cleveland 42 partly cloudy, Dallas 68 cloudy, Denver 39 clear, Detroit 36 clear, Honolulu 76 clear, Indianapolis 50 partly cloudy, Kansas City 56 clear, Los Angeles 62 light rain, Louisville 49 partly cloudy, Miami 72 clear, Mlnneapolis-St. Paul 56 clear, Nashville 54 clear, New York 43 clear, Philadelphia 47 clear, Phoenix 63 partly cloudy, Pittsburgh 41 clear, SI. Louis 58 clear. A crop of thick-skin net! onions is snid io bo a sign of n severe \vlntor. CANNED FOOD IW f»dfein»l5, drowned Sunday in Lake ftear here after be jumped into the lake in an attempt to retrieve a cap. Fire Department officials said Dodson and a friend were walking along ft road near the lake when the youth's cap blew into the water, Dodson jumped into the-water and drowned. the yotith's body was recovered about two. hours later in 1&20 feet of water. Oc *•* FAMED MOTION picture and television star Virginia Mayo will headline the cast of the hit Broadway comedy, "Butterflies are Free," the next attraction at Shreyeport's Beverly Barn Dinner Playhouse. This internationally acclaimed entertainment will open Tuesday, Oct. 29 and run through December 8. Special discounts for the military, senior citizens, students and persons who drive more than 50 miles for the performance will remain in effect for the run of "Butterflies." Candidate assistance program is approved LITTLE ROCK (AP) - A special assistance program to help Democratic candidates in "hotly contested races" has been approved by the state Democratic Committee. Mac McLarty, the newly elected party chairman, ex.- plained • the program to the committee Saturday. He said the program consists of radio advertisements asking voters to vote Democratic, cost about $2,500 and involved 13 counties. McLarty did not say which counties were involved, but did say they were in the 2nd and 3rd congressional districts. The only "hotly contested race" mentioned was the one_ between Democrat Bill' Clinton"" and Rep. John Paul Hammerschmidt, a Republican, in the 3rd District, but McLarty said some of the funds were being used in the 2nd District where Democratic congressman Wilbur Mills is opposed by Republican Judy Petty. Brad Jesson of Fort Smith, a former chairman of the party, told the committee about the controversial charter being developed for the National Democratic Committee's consideration at its December meeting in Kansas City. Jesson said the proposed charter had created much conflict within the party, but that the situation should be quieter at the December meeting. Jesson told the committee that a number of serious issues would have to be resolved at the upcoming convention. He said the issues are: —Whether the party should continue the off-election year conventions between presidential elections or make them subject to the call of the National Democratic Committee. —Whether the party should establish a Judicial Council to hear challenges to states' selection of delegates to the national convention. .-^whether the state parties should be required to present "affirmative action plans" which show they have made an effort to include various minorities in the delegations. —Whether the party should do away with mandatory quotas in its delegation selection that require each presidetial candidate receiving votes to be represented in the delegation by the percentage of vote he received in the primary or state convention. In another action, the State Democratic Committee expanded and elected a new 1&member executive committee. FEATURING TOWN HOUSE & DEL MONTE CANNED FAVORITES ... COME SEE & SAVE! 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According to Mrs. Nell Balkman, director of Continuing Education for the Arkansas League for Nursing, a workshop on the psychological aspects of health care will be held between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. on the campus of Texarkana College. Sponsored by the Arkansas League for Nursing, the workshop is funded through the National Institute of Mental Health. Marge Mitchell, a psychiatric nurse at the Ouachita Regional Counseling Mental Health Center in Hots Springs and William R. Mitchell, an attorney associated with Lewis and Mitchell Law Firm, and a professor at the University of Arkansas School of Law, Little Rock Division, will conduct the workshop. They will discuss the "Technique of Recognizing Mental Illness as Oooposed to Addiction." Mrs. Balkman said the workshop is free of charge and open to all registered nurses in Southwest Arkansas. Registration begins at ft: 45 &sa. at the Nursing Department of Texarkana College. DALLAS, Tex. (AP) Independent oil operators have left room for a reconciliation but have charged that major oil companies have "divided the industry" on tax matters now before Congress. A resolution tentatively approved Sunday by the imports policy committee of the 4,000- member Independent Petroleum Association of America said the international companies have misled the public and the government into thinking the domestic industry does not need its 22'per cent depletion tax allowance. It also said some major companies have told congressmen they would trade domestic depletion for elimination of oil price controls. John Miller, association president from Allegan, Mich., said major companies have been conspicuous by their absence as independents have battled throughout the year to convince Congress the depletion allowance is vital to the nation's energy self-sufficiency objectives. "It is not necessary that the cleavage exist," Miller said. "All that is necessary is that the majors get back to work. We are working." The proposed resolution must clear two more committees before being submitted Tuesday at the concluding session of the association's annual meeting. Regardless of its final form, the resolution broke into the open tor the first tune the reported concern of the independents over maintaining a united front against tax proposals they contend would cost the industry $2 billion and force many independents out of business. Miller said he told representatives of the major companies of the impatience during a Washington meeting last week. "I told them we have not seen any visible evidence on the part of the majors for retention of domestic depletion," he said. On Thursday, the management committee of the American Petroleum Institute, the industry's largest trade group, reaffirmed its support of domestic depletion. The Sunday resolution would also authorize Miller to explore the "feasibility and acceptability" of a proposal that domestic tax depletion be denied any producer who utilizes current foreign tax credits. Without taking a vote, uie tax committee sent such a proposal Sunday to the executive committee for further study. Miller said that, under the proposal, domestic producers declining to utilize foreign tax credits also would be exempt from "punitive" tax measures now before Congress. The first child born of English parents in America was Virginia Dare, born at Roanoke Island, N.C., on Aug. 18, 1587. BIG 1/2-Gal. BUY! •••••"•••••••••Ctn« 65 C U °> 0 *T White Bread fi^Jft.. Ub. 60< Sauerkraut l-lb. 4-oz, Banquet Fruit Pies 57 £ 10-oz. Bel-air Strawberries 47° White Bread Rye Bread! Coffee Cake w" 9 h,' S VST 57* Apple Turnovers wrtah,,'%• 79' Tomato Paste! French Bread K t. e lit 43 e Tomato Sauce £S£ '£" 19< Grapefruit Fresh Ruby Red Or White Fruit.... Good Eating Anytime! 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