Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 1, 1972 · Page 11
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 11

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, May 1, 1972
Page 11
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^^Js^wi ^uns, Teacher Jailed for Peace ; Demonstration During Services ' N K W YOHK ( A l ) - vaiiled to bo n religious ", however, (lie Now York it- Archdloccsg.-sald the cliarges less for iiciicc--all of us did," ·Mitt ftislcr Mary I. Ktcelc, ex- ilaiiiing Iho iiniiwar prolcst by i group of nuns who lay down n the nisle of Patrick's ,'alhedral during services Sun- · Seven of the nuns and n woman l;iy teacher were arrested :ind removed from the Fiflh Avenue landmark church during !hc demonstration at the 10 fi.m. Mass. Terence Cardinal would not be pressed." After the Mnss Ind critlqd, nnolhcr group o! 13 nuns, some dressed in while sheets with the legend "One more person dead in Indouhina," lay down on ;i)ie floor. They were not arrested. Outside the cathedral, abgut 75 nuns and demonstrators picketed during Hie service!'(je- manding dial (lie church spcjik out against (lie war in Vietnam. C.'ooko witnessed llic incident. I Most of (he nuns belonged 'In The protesters were booked!the Order of Sisters of Cha,rlty. OUTSTANDING JO'GGERS -- Howard Mulvihi)], 10 and under class, and Maria Morris, outstanding girl jogger, front row, each received n trophy for their efforts in the cancer drive. Brian Scully back row, left, was awarded the trophy for the most money raised, and Hill Ilaydcn was named the most courageous jogger. (Tribune photo by Jim Craig) BRASLEY BROTHERS -- Tom, Mark, Paul and Chris Brasley combined (heir efforts and ran a distance of 57 miles [or the cancer drive. 'Hie brothers also ran the most miles in each age bracket. (Tribune photo by Jim Craig) Some Political Fund Raising Groups Fail To Disclose Ties By H. L. SCHWARTZ Ml Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON ( A P ) - In apparent violation of the new federal election law, some |»lil- ical fund-raising committees have failed to disclose corporate ties when registering with the'.government. An examination of (be more than GOO registration statements . filed with the General Accounting Office since the law look effect April 7 shows that 24 committees have officers who also are officers of particular corporations. Of these, H included the corporate name in Hie committee title or listed it openly elsewhere in (heir statements. Ten others did not: Gulf Oil, Illinois Central Industries, Union Oil, Tennessee Eastman Co., Seaboard Coast Line Railroad, General American Transportation, Quaker Oals three smaller companies. The new elections law requires any committee expecting to handle $1,000 or more -in po- ilral contributions during a calendar year to list any "affil- aied or connected · organizations." In regulations interpreting the new law, the GAO said such organizations include, but are 'not limited to: --"An organization which organized the reporting com- niltee primarily for Ihc purpose of influencing the nomination or election of candidates for federal office; -"An organization whose primary purpose is to support the reporting committee; --"An organization whose In telephone interviews, mos ! corporate executives said conncclion exislel their companies and the vari- membcrship is similar lo thai of Ihe reporting committee." Penallies for violation of Ib section of the law are a $1,000 fine, H year in jail or both. Fred Thompson, acting clirec lor of (he GAO's Office of Fcd- n°|crnl Elcclions, said that wheth er Ihe company had violatet Ihe law "depends, of course, on what their intention was." "But certainly," lie said "when all officers of a com ous committees because bylaws of Ihe committees do not restrict membership or donors w|la| . [|( ( ) | | [ u u l s w a mu} solely to those employed iyi m j|[ P f i lirG (he same, work for their companies. One exception was Claude C. Wild Jr., registered lobbyist, for Gulf Oil, who acknowledged his committee, called The Committee for Good Government, was solely for Gulf executives. "I just overlooked il," said Wild. "I wasn't trying lo hide anything. If t had been, 1 would have goltcn a Post Office box. But 1 listed my name and ad dress." TWO GOOD ORATORS SOMEKSET, Pa. ( A P ) - A local youth was destined to w i n ! (he American Legion oratorical! conlesf held here. It couldn't! lie same company, that's exactly what we had in mind in he regulations." The GAO is charged with in- 'esfigaling violations of the law iml turning over findings to the lustice Department if H feels cgal action is justified. Thompson said failure to list an affiliation "is one of the lungs we're looking at. and where we find it we will call it o their ( t h e committee's) at- :cntion." He and other GAO officials indicated that in this early and somewhat chaotic stage of administering the new law such 'iolalions probably would be resolved through warnings issued by letter or telephone call. The three smaller companies not openly including their cor- Corp., a Kansas City, Mo., in- commitlce titles are Falk Corp. and Kranse Milling Co., both of Milwaukee, and II.B. Jones Corp., a Kansah City, Mo., insurance firm. have been any other way-- his name is Dan L, Webster | Webslor. whose namesake,' Daniel Webslcr, was one of Ibc great U.S. statesmen and orators of the 1800s, received ,. Another exception was 'I en- go , { | mc(i;i | ;lm| a $25 Savinfis nessee Easlman of Kingsjiorl, j^ 0|]c| f()| . w - mn - mf , ( | lc corl icsl. Tenn., a subsidiary of Kaslman Kodak. Ralph I/. Disler, director of TEC public rclalions and chiiir- Hc spoke on "Our Living Cons t i t u t i o n , " which ivas one of Ihe original Webster's favorite top-! Are you limiting yourself? Come to this Christian Science Lecture MONDAY, MAY 8th 8 p.m. I 5 l h St. and lOlh Ave. man of Volunlcers for Metier Gnvernment, said Ihff ciun- millcc lias c o n t r i b u t o r s otbcr than TEC employes and that one of the commitlc'C's Ilirre officers was not ;i company om- ployo. He declined furllier comment. Records mi file w i t h the House of Representatives show that v i r t u a l l y all 10!) people who contributed $:w l tHX) to I he committee so far Ibis ycnr are employed by TKC or a subsidiary in the Kingsporl area. U.K. Wilson, vico c h a i r m a n ! of (he commit Inc. who l)islor| sajd is not employed by TICC.j could nnl le reached for com-' ment. Hut. law directories show Wilson, mr a t t o r n e y , to be n partner in a Klngspoit law firm (fiat represents TKC. ^ A c t i v i t i e s of corporate committees have received s|cni:il scrutiny since the new law lonk effect because for t h e l i m o fund-raising c'imniillees set up by corporations nntl labor unions, liflvc full legal sandi.n. !Alj "iiniiw irominiHuns thai have filed rcgl.ilrnlinn sdilc- mcnl.s liin'c lisle:! their a!f lia- t!on. Gestetner T Tfl . : :Vi'?w III,., lis-i .. not just duplicating .. but . . , quality office printing DUAL CYLINDER PROCESS -^ "Kvcrythhic for Ui« Qttitt" isca fih AVP. on charges of disrupting a worship ( service. In a statement lal- A DISASTER AREA H A U P I ' A U G K , N'.Y. ( A l ) -Suffolk County, which stretches fiom Nsihsau County to Mon- l a u k Point on the 'eastern end of Long Island, has been declared an employment disaster area by the Federal Govern- 1 menl, making it eligible for emergency relief funds and loans lo private industry. i The designation will enable; the county lo receive money : under the Public Works and Economic Development Act for; everything from industrial sew-| ers to roads, tourism facilities : and research laboratories. I Members of the order do riot wear a habit; some live in their own homes, others live in convents. '·", The cardinal's spokesman said churches throughout: (he archdiocese would offer special prayers during May for ··'suc- cessful negotiations to end the EXPERT WEDDING ; PHOTOGRAPHY:; LEW DAKAN Phonp 352-785i MOST MILES -- Larry Wallace p r e- Drive netted more than $3,500. (Tribune pho- sents Tom Starr a trophy for covering 24 to by Jim Craig) miles in four hours. The Run Down Cancer GARAGES May We Serve You? · Serving the Greeley Area Since 1916 JOHN MENDOZA THE PLEASING AND DECORATIVE WATER COLORS OF JOHN MENDOZA WILL BE ON SALE AT THE AAUW ART MART. THE WORKS OF S E V E R A L OTHER E X C E L L E N T A R T I S T S OF COLORADO WILL ALSO BE FEATURED. MR. MENDOZA BEGAN HIS STUDIES AND C A R E E R IN G R E E L E Y AND IS NOW NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED. THE MART WILL BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC ON MAY Sill FROM 8 TO 10 IN THE EVENING, MAY 6lli FROM II IN THE MORNING TO -1 IN THE AF- TERNOON, AND FROM NOON TO .1 ON MAY 7lh. THE ADMISSION OF 50c IS A DONATION TO THE AAUW SCHOLAR- SHIP FUND. I the Wfirst national Abank of GREELEY

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