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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 11, 1974
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Mills Sees No Health Bill This Year WASHINGTON (API - Rep. Wilbur D. Mills, D-Ark., holds out no hope that Congress will approve a national heal I h insurance plan by the end ot 'the year. The, House Ways and Means Committee chairman said in an interview Tuesday it apparently was a "waste of lime" trying lo get his committee lo approve such a proposal this year. Mills said several proposals concerning national health insurance are now before the committee to which each mem- Winds Push Cold Front Across Central Plains By THK ASSOCIATED PRESS Temperatures dropped sharply today as winds gusling up lo 30 miles per hour pushed a cole tront across the upper Mississippi Valley and central Plains.. Overnight readings plum meted into the 40s in some areas while ahead of the frone--through the lower Missouri Valley and her has port. "It is 'cemented" his sup- awfully hard once tral Plains--more west cen- seasonable Leading GOP Governor's Race Former state Sen. Louise Gore is surrounded by her supporters at her headquarters in Wheaton, Md., Tues- day evening as they await returns in her bid to win the Maryland Republican gubernatorial primary. She scored an unprecedented victory over Rep. Lawrence J. Hogan, R- Md. (AP Wirephofo) Incumbents Generally Do Well In Tuesday's Primary Elections By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Rep. Hugh L. Carey scored a smashing victory in New York's Democratic primary for governor, while nine governors and five senators won easy re- nomination in- the last big round of primaries to pick candidates for the Nov. 5 elections. Although Tuesday was generally a good day. for incumbents, three congressmen were defeated: Democrats Bertram L. Podell of New York, who goes on trial for perjury today, and Robert O. Tiernan of Rhode Island, and veteran Republican Glenn R. pavis of Wisconsin. In the major races in 13 states and the District of Columbia, however, there were few upsets. In Maryland, former state Sen. Louise Gore scored an unexpected victory in the Republican primary for governor over Rep. Lawrence W. Hogan, the first GOP member of the House Judiciary Committee to support impeachment of former President Richard M. Nixon. Miss Gore will be a distinct underdog in November against Democratic Gov. Marvin Mandel, who easily won renomina' tion. Other Democratic 'governors -who won renomination , were Reubin Askew of Florida, ' Wendell R. Anderson of Minnesota, Patrick J. Lucey ol Wisconsin and Thomas P Salmon of Vermont. Also victorious were four Re p u b l i c a n state executives Govs. Francis W. Sargent of Massachusetts, Meldrim Thorn son Jr. of New Hampshire John Vanderhoof 'Of Colorado and Malcolm Wilson of New York. Wilson was unopposed for nomination to a full term in the post he assumed when Nelson A. Rockefeller resigned last De cember. The only incumbent senator with primary opposition, Re publican Charles McC. Mathia Jr. of Maryland, easily won re nomination. And Sens. Barry Goldwaler They chose a woman, state en. Mary Anne Krupsak of up- ate Canajoharie, as Carey's u n n i n g mate for lieutenant overnor and gave the party's ur'iate nomination agaist Jails t o . f o r m e r Atty. Gen. Ramey Clark, a transplanted Tex- n running on a platform of po- tical reform. Here are other primary re- ults, by states: --FLORIDA: Askew swamp- d three opponents, winning ome 75 per cent of the vote, iis November opponent is Republican Jerry Thomas, a con- ervative former Democrat. In Senate race, millionaire Irugstore owner Jack Eckerd efeated Public Service Com- nissioner Paula Hawkins for he Republican nomination to succeed Cen. Edward J. Gurey, who chose to retire after is federal indictment on barges of bribery, conspiracy ind perjury. Rep. Bill Gunter ed the 11-candidate Democratic field. He faces an Oct. 1 run- ff against Secretary of State lichard Stone. -- MASSACHUSETTS: Sar gent easily defeated his con- ervative rival, Carrol;P. Shee lain. Former state Rep. Mi chael S. Dukakis won the democratic primary over state Atty. Gen. Robert H. Quinn. In an upset, veteran Secretary o State John F. X. Davoren was ..listed by a Democratic refor mer, state Rep. Paul H. Guzzi. R-Ariz., Jacob N.Y., Peter H. K. Javits, R Dominick. R Colo, and Gaylord Nelson, D Wis., were all unopposed fo nominations to new six-yea terms. In the District of Columbia which is electing its mayor fo the first time this year, ap pointed Mayor Waller Washing ton led the Democratic primary over attorney Clifford L. Alex ander Jr. The Democratic pri mary winner will be heavily fa vored in November. In New York, where Rock efeller led the Republicans t four straight gubernatorial vie lories, Carey had strong labo backing as he easily defeate former offtrack betting bo: Howard J. Sampels. Samuels lost his fourth hi for governor despite backing o both tha state Democratic or ganization and many party re form leaders in a primary tha saw Democrats reject all majo candidates'chosen at a part convention last June. M A R Y L A N D routed perennial ick will be opposed in ber by Gary Hart, Mathim candidate Ross Z. Pierpont and will run n November against Baltimore jOuncilwoman Barbara Mi kulski, the winner of an 11-can didate Democratic race. --COLORADO: Vanderhoof who became governor when John A. Love resigned last yea .0 become federal energy chief defeated Denver millionaire Bill Daniels. State Rep. Rich ard Lamm, who led opposition o holding the 1976 Winte Jlympics in Denver, won Ih Democratic nomination, Domin Novem Georg McGovern's 1972 campaig manager and victor over tw Democratic rivals. --NEW HAMPSHIRE,: Thorn son, a conservative, won re nomination over a Republics moderate, State Senate Presi dent David L. Nixon. Th Democratic primary was wo by former State Sen. Richar Leonard. In the race to succee retiring Republican Sen. Norri Cotton, Rep. Louis C. Wyma easily won the GOP primar and will face Democrat John A Durkin, former slate insuranc commissioner. --VERMONT: Salmon, a easy winner, will face Hous Speaker Waller L. Kenned; who defeated two GOP rival In the race lo succeed retirin Sen. George D. Aiken, Ihe Sen ate's senior Republican, Rep Richard W. Mallary defeate former Federal Power Commi sioner Charles Ross in the GO primary. Patrick J. Leahy state's attorney of Chittende --WISCONSIN: Lucey, win- er over a single foe, will be iposed in November by Re- ublican William Dyke, former mayor of Madison. Nelson will un against state Sen. Thomas }. Petri, winner Tuesday over oken opposition. Davis, 59, lost o state Sen. Robert W. Kasten, 2, in the suburban Milwaukee istrict. MINNESOTA! Anderson, n easy primary winner, will eek a second term in Novem- )er against Republican state !ep. John W. Johnson, unop- osed Tuesday. In the major ace Tuesday, James Oberstar, op aide to retiring Rep. John i. Blatnik, was nominated in ie 8th District over state Sen. L.J. (Tony) Perpich, brother of ,t. Gov. Rudy Perpich. --ARIZONA: Democrat Raul Castro, who narrowly lost in 970, and Republican Russell Villiams were nominated for tie governorship being surren- ered by Republican Gov. John R, Williams. Goldwater's November rival will be Scottsdale Taco Grande 2366 N. College Ave. DINE IN--CARRY OUT TACO . . ..... . . . . 25c SANCHOS .»..' NOW 50c Sale Good Only Seph 10th Thru 12th 521-8560 lunty, won the Democratic ·mination. - CONNECTICUT: Former ssembly Speaker William atchford and consumer advo- .te Toby Moffett won the emocratic congressional nom- ations in the 5th and 6th Dis- icts. --UTAH: Democrat Alan owe and Republican Stephen armsen won nominations for le 2nd District seat of Rep. 'ayne Owens, who is the emocratic nominee for the enate. Ron Inkley -won the OP nomination to oppose emocralic Rep. K. Gunn in the 1st District. people get cemented to get them to a compromise," Mills said.."I just don't see it in the cards. I think probably we will get one (a bill) next session if 1 can get them uncemenled. All of .us will have to compromise." Mills said the proposal supported by the American Medical Association had the mosl support in the committee, but even it did not have the 13 votes needed to get to the House floor for a vote. The proposal received the votes of 12 of the 25 committco members. Mills predicted that the most liberal measure, originally pro posed by Sen. Edward M. Ken nedy, D-Mass., and Rep. Martha W. Griffiths, D-Mich., will not gain the approval of the committee or the Congress. He said part of the financing of this program would come from general revenues "that we don't have." Kennedy and Mills have introduced a compromise measure. Mills said Tuesday that one indication the committee would not compromise on any proposal at the moment was its refusal to "buy what Sen. Kennedy and I introduced." The health plans range from a mandatory program completely administered by the federal government to a voluntary program administered by private insurance carriers. 70s were the rule. Light snow dusted the higher elevations in the northern Rockies. The cold front sparked thun it rolled across Nebraska, and showers am thunderstorms also splashe over parts of the Atlantic Coas and the lower Mississippi Val ley. Dense fog hid a large section of the country early today from southern New England I the lower Great Lakes anc through the upper Ohio Valley Fog and low clouds also were prevalent along the Southern California coast. For the rest of the nation skies were clear and tempera tures generally mild Temperatures ranged from 3G before dawn al Cut Bank Mont., to 94 at Needles, Calif. newspaper Marshall. publisher Jonathan - RHODE ISLAND: Tierman was edged by freshman.state Rep. Edward P. Beard. Furlough System For State Inmates Said Successful PINE BLUFF, Ark. 'AP) -State Correction Commissioner Terrell Don Hulto said Tuesday that the furlough system that allows highly screened inmates to spend time away from prison was enjoying "good success" despite occasional abuses. "We've had a very, very good success over a long perioc of time with the furlough sys tern," Hulto said. "The purpose of the program, of course, is to allow inmates to stay in touch with their families." The Correction Department said Monday that David Leslie Hill, 49, an inmate serving a life sentence for first-degree murder, had failed to return to his duty station after a five-day furlough, Hutto said the program would continue and that more emergency and meritorious furloughs would be granted In the future. "We do the best we can at screening individuals for furloughs and the degree of danger (to the public) is extremely limited," he said. .Hutto said meritorious furloughs usually were granted to inmates who were both "highly screened and who have been in prison a long time." Hill, who was sentenced from Craigheac County, entered prison May 24, 1971. Los Angeles Mayor's Daughter Arraigned LOS ANGELES (AP) Phyllis Bradley, eldest daugl ter of Los Angeles Mayor Toi Bradley, has been arraigne here on charges of offering sell cocaine and possession marijuana. Superior Court Judge Kat leen Parker Ty on Tuesday o dered Miss Bradley to appea for pretrial motions Oct. 17 an set the trial for Oct. "25. Mi Bradley, 29, who had earli entered an innocent plea, w; allowed to remain free on IT own recognizance. Narcotics investigators arrested Miss Bradley last 'July after surveillance initiated when a West Hollywood woman Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed., Sept. 11, 1974 FAYETTKVIU.E, ARKANSAS Weather Forecast Snow !s forecast Thursday for the northern Rockies and adjacent Plains. Rain is forecast for the Western and southern Plains. Showers are expected along the Appalachians from the lower Mississippi Valley to (he lower Great Lakes. Cool weather is forecast for most of the cen. tral area of the country and mild weather is forecast for the East. (AP Wirephoto Map) ··'· reported that the mayor's daughter was her cocaine dealer. Investigators said they found marijuana and amphetamines in her home in the Baldwin Hills section of Los Angeles. 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