Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 21, 1976 · Page 15
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The Roll Call Report Nerthvimi Arkamas' TIMES, Wed., April 21, 1976 · rjlTBTTIVlM.*. AHPHKT1A5 · T S \r/(ansas House Delegation 6ac/cs B-l Bomber Solidly '_ WASHINGTON -- Here's how -Arkansas Members of Congi-css were recorded on major roll call'Vples April 9 through 15. IN THE HOUSE BASK CLOSINGS -- Rejected. 152 for nnd 202 against, " ah amendment requiring the Defense, Department to give I Coiigress a t ' l e a s t three years · notice of'plans to cut a military · base's level of.operations by 50 ; peiiccnt.or more. -i ; ^e.lroaclive v to '1973,, the · amendment was aimed only at ; overling the Army's substantial '- reductions of" force and closings ; this year at some 30 bases '··nattonwidtv Jl .was proposed to ;£HR:V 12438.:;. ....ito! -fiscal 1977 ·jdflfPftSG procurement : bill- later passed and sent to the House. ·7;j-Rep. Leo ZefereUi (DrN.Y.) · i#supporter, said: "... decision; : ; ivhelhcr_.to, move .a dcfenst -· installation or shut it dowi Ijjsfiould be rtitarie with emphasi: ;*pft the human element and thi ·^impact on the local economy" ·*':;Qne opponent, Rep. Richart chord (D-Mo.), said: "Thlsi incndmcnl would require the peration of our defense forces iOt for the primary purptnje of defending the U.S.. but for the iconomiu concerns of- local, elf-serving interests." · Reps. Hi,I Alexander (D I). Wilbur Mills (D-2) and John lammerschmidl (R-3) voted nay." ^ Hep. Ray Thornton (D-4) did lot vole. ' . * ' · . B-I BOMBER --Rejected, 177 'or tint) 210 against, an amendment .that sought lo delay production ot the, B-L bomber. This rejection left -intact llie Air Force's plan to spend about $960.5-million; in:Ti5cal 1977 to buy its rirst : three B-Is. ' r ' : The 'amendment, proposed t HI1.1243S (above vole), specific* that t h e / m o n e y could n o l . b i spent until after Feb. 1, 1977 and then only if the Presiden cerlificd to Congress that pur chases ot Ihe controversial ;B r l would be in (he "naliorftil inter esl." * The Air r Force envisions Ihe 1-l.as its next manned bomber, cplacing the B-52 ami supple- ncjiling llie offensive 7 power ot and -- a n d sca-based : missiles/ Supporters of the amendment ienerally questioned the tech- .ologieal performance of the Eland raised llie concern ot whether the pKme would help ar h u r t - I h c nation's military capability. Rep. John F. Seiber- ing (D-Ohio), the sopnsor, said Congress faces "no compelling iced to -give final authorization o Ihc production phase" at this ,ime. Opponents generally ' h'aitci the B-l as a \\iluablc and long overdue addition, lo Ihe ,U.S rsc'nal.' One - complained lha "for eifiht years we hav studied and re-studied the B-l.' Another opponent. Rep..Willie Whitehursl, (R-Va.), said th delay \voul cl add "y pproxi mately $1 billion per year t its cost and therefore...is no fiscally sound." Alexander, Mills, Hammer schmidL and Thbrnlon vole PRODUCT SAFETY '-- Rc- ectc'd. 177 f o r ' a n d 192 against, motion' to send back tp con- er'cnce committee a conference izing $191 million through. 1978 eport oh S 644, a bill authb- or the Consumer Product Safey Commission and altering ome of its powers. The motion hstructcd ' House conferees. to isagrec with Senate language :tnpowering commission attor noys to bring court actions vithout Justice ·· Llcparlmcn approval. The conference repor was later approved and no\ awaits Senate action. . Ono'supporter; Rep. Caldwc! liutker (R-Va.), said altowin the , commission' to brin^ suit on its lown '"will result 1 in wa'slclul duplication of resou: ces and efforts'." An opponen Rep. Lionel Van Decrin (13 Calif.}, praised the Senate lai guage on grounds it would "el minate the possibility, that tt public will be denied speed protection from-; a "dangerou product." Alexander and Hamrnersc midt voted "yea." Thornton voted "nay." Mills did not vote. ' I N ^ T H E SENATE FOOD STAMPS -- Passed, 52 or and 22' against, u biH .'(S 13fi) to reform the food stamp rogram by strengthening its dmmistration, reducing . 'the umbers of iniddle-income'pGr- ons ; receiving stamps' am roadcning benefits- for the ioor. : The bill was sent to the louse. A supporter. Sen, , George McGovern' (D-S.D.), .estlmatet hat the bill would eliminate a c'ast a million recipients; in eluding college students, at 'ai innual savings of at least 525 million, and insure p that "n family with 1 a gross income e v e n / b e f o r e deductions an .axes, ubove $8.000 is going to gel food stamps." One opponent, Sen, Clifford Han sen (R-Idaho), called the bill a "fraud." Rather than tighten the program, he said, it would expand the scope and cost by extending benefits to more poor while it "opens new loopholes" for those with higher ncomcs.' Sen. Dale Bumpers (D) voted "yea." Sen. John McClelhm .(D) did not vole. BUDGET -- Adopled, 62 for and 22 against, a resolution e x p r e s s i n g t h e Senate's recommendations for fiscal 1977 spending! and deficit levels. S Con Res 10D, now before the House, is Corrgrcss' anssver to he administration's proposed FY 1977 budget. Jt sets targels ot $412.6 billion in expenditures and a $50.2 billion deficit for the year,.with unticipaled revenues of $362.4 billion. W h i l e disagreeing over spending levels i nine 17 major budget categories, supporters generally viewed Ihe resolution as a prudent master plan 'for the 1977 budget. Opponent^ objected on a . variety of rounds. For example. Sen, William Roth R-Del.) said lha resolution failed to "impose the Lough discipline needed to reduce spending levels/' whila Sen. 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He says new rule's~- forbid catnpfires, tree cutting, and rmrylag garbage in national parks hut equipment, innovations have made up for if. (AP Wirephoto) Four Suspected in Memphis Murder MEMPHIS Tenn. (AP) -Charges may be forthcoming in th^'shoolinj! death of musician A£ Jackson, police said Tuesday ".'We are v'pry close lo seeking indictments against those responsible for his deaih " said Sgr Jim Hester of the homicide squad . ·Hester, wild was named coor- '.diiialor 'of the case at liie time of Ihe Oct. 1 slaying said, ' We : exp£ct to move soon." ·Jackson, 39. was the drum- jfoier for". Booker T. and Ehe ;MGs, (he original staff band for.Sta\ Records * .-The band recorded the mil- lioii-seliinR single , "Green On ions" In 1901 and later won na tionTil awards front Memphis Music, Inc., .and other organ izations. ' ' · BURGr.AIt Barbara Jackson, 35. the musician's wife, told police Jackson was shot and killed at their home ahmrt 12:15 a.m. Oct. 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