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June 10, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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I · Northwest Arkansas TIMtS, Mon., June 10, 1974 . »»vrrr«vn.i.i. ARKANSAS Garment Union Board Advises Contract OK NEW YORK (AP) -- Picket lines remain up. but 110.000 garment workers striking 750 factories in 30 slates m i g h t be back at work Wednesday if they follow their union's leadership and ratify a new labor contract. The general executive board of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers union voted unanimously Saturday to recommend acceptance by the rank and file of a tentative pact with the Clothing Manufacturers Association of the U.S.A. Terms cf the suggested three- year pact provided for an aver *ge $1 raise in the average $3.50 hourly wage of the strikers. The sources a l s o said liberalized pension benctits and a clause to offset changes in the cost of living were included in the tentative agreement, affecting the 1 striking machine operators, makers, cutters, and but Ion and pocket makers who produce 95 per cent of the clothing for men and boys made in the nation. A union spokesman said meetings would be h e l d throughout the nation for the ratification vote to- be taken "as speedily as possible so workers can return to work Wednesday" if the pact is ap proved. Pending such approval, he said, the picket lines \voulc stay manned. In a statement issued Sn day. directors of the employers association indicated approva in Washington at offices of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service. One week earlier, t a l k s here between the union and the manufacturers collapsed, and the union called its first strike in 53 years. The TIMES \i On Top ef The News Seven Days a Week! Violent Weather Subsides Leaving Wet Midsection By THE ASSOCIATED TRESS Thunderstorms diminished over tlie nation's midsection today a f t e r lashing areas from lower Michigan to the D e e p South with heavy rains. fiust winds and hail. During the night a tornado set down near Muskcgon Mich., while hail Ihc size ol golf balls pelted Laredo. Tex In a six-hour period. Jackson Tenn., received well over ar inch of rain and aboul 1 Inch fell at Monroe, l.a. Some flooding accompaniec the storms in Mississippi anc western Tennessee. A few rain showers lingered in the Dakotas. Minnesota, Wis consin and Maine. But most of the thunderstorm activity was associated with a cold fron stretching from the upper Great Lakes to Texas w h i c h moved slowly eastward. Brisk winds puffed boll ahead and behind the front. Un seasonably cool air chilled much of the Plains, where tem peraturcs dipped into the 40s as far south as O k l a h o m a . In the Ohio Valley, however overnight temperatures re maincd in the 70s. Skies were mostly clear wes' of the Continental Divide, in Iht southern and central Plains and in the East. Temperatures before dawn ranged from -!1 at Bultc. Mont, and F l a g s t a f f . Am., to 86 a 1 Needles, C a l i f . Favorable Condition BRIDGEPORT. Conn. (AP) - Clarence "Buster" Crahbe. a former Olympic swimmer whi p o r t r a y e d "Tarzan" a m "Flash Gordon" in films, was reported resting comfortably a St.Vincent Hospital here. Crabbc, 65, was described as being in "favorable" condition Sunday night by the hospital's nursing supervisor. He was hospitalized Friday, reportedly with a virus, a f t e r lie became sick while on a promotional tour. The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Week! Syndicate Horses · LONDON' (AP) -- More than 100 of the horses now racing in Britain are owned by syndi- An example is Today. purse of 500 pounds ($1.200) «t E p i o m in I month for feeding and IrthilnJ April. The horse is owned by 12|costs. : employes of the British Broad- JIosl of Today's purse was casting Corp. who each paid 100 swallowed up by expenses, a n d pounds ($240) fo£ a snare in the ( ne jockev Club said that few months ago. _Each 5J , nd | ca tes" are thewing t profit. Weather Forecast Sunny .skies and mostly cftoler w e a t h e r are forecast Monday from (he Plains to (he Pacific coast. Showers are expected for soufhem Florida and from the central Gulf to the Great Lakes. Warmer weather and cloudy skies are Forecast for the Atlantic coast. (AP Wire- photo Map) Evers For Wallace JACKSON, Miss. (Al 3 ) -Charles Kvers, civil rights leader and mayor or Fayetle. Miss,, says he could support A l a b a m a Gnv. George C . Wallace for vice president. Evers said his opinion of Wai- ace, once known for his segregationist stand, has changed in recent years "because the mar is changing.' 1 The brother of slain civi right leader Medgar Evers sail Sunday bis support of a Demn cratic party ticket which in eluded Wallace would hinge or the presidential nominee. He said he could vote for hirr on a ticket with Sen. Edward Kennedy or Sen. Walter Mon dale but had reservation; DILLARD'S SAVE S 41.95 On Solid Or Oak Veneer High Style Tables! 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