Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on September 26, 1974 · Page 20
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September 26, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 20

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Thursday, September 26, 1974
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· Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Tfaurs., Sept. 26, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS Clinton And Hammerschmidt Report Campaign Spending By RICHARD Ji MALOY TIMES Washington Bureau WASHINGTON Nearly $100,000 has already been spent in the race for Arkansas's Third Congressional District seat and the contest still lias six weeks to run. Democratic challenger William J. Clinton, who had to survive both a primary and a run- Tires Slashed SPRINGDALF, -- Two tires on Don Meadow's car were slashed last week while Meadows was out of town. Meadows told police the car was parked in front of his residence, 1021 Hitter St. He estimated damage at $50. off to secure the nomination, reported spending by his campaign committee of $78,793. Rep. John Paul Hammerschmidt, the Republican incumbent who was unopposed for renomi- nation, nonetheless reported spending $17,334 on his campaign. The spending figures were disclosed in campaign finance reports the candidates ; were required to file with the clerk of the House showing how much money they had raised and spent as of Aug. 31. Clinton, 27, a University of Arkansas law professor from Fayettevilie, reported his campaign committee this year had received contributions totaling $80,818, had spent $78,793, had ,025 cash left on Sept. 1, and had unpaid debts of $11,300. Clinton also filed a personal report which showed ho had receipts and expenditures of about $22,000, but most of this money was transferred to his campaign committee and is Holland On Waivers PHOENIX (AP) -- Tom Holland, 6-foot-8' forward, was placed on waivers Wednesday by the Phoenix Suns of the Na tional Basketball Association. Holland, from University of Oklahoma, was the Suns' eighth-round draft choice last spring. Team officials said the move reduces the Suns' roster to 14. two more than the NBA limit. reflected in tlic latter report. Major contributors to Clinton included: An amount of $3,750 f r o m Anne B a r 11 e y, a Little Rock investor; $500 from Sam Sexton, a Fort Smith attorney; $750 from Field Wasson, a Sifoam Springs banker, $700 from Mrs. Joe Fred Starr, a Fayelteville housewife; $800 from Gordon Cummings, identified as a Fayetteville student: $1,100 from E.J. Ball, a Fay- ettevilie attorney; $1,500 from Ray Griffin of Little Rock; SGOO from Hayden Mcllroy, a Fay- ettevilie banker; $3,500 from the Steelworkers Union; $8,000 from the AFL-CIO; $1,000 from the National Committee for an Effective Congress; $1,000 from the Teamsters Union; arid il.517 from the Arkansas AFL- 10. Clinton's contributions include $10,000 which he loaned to his campaign committee. His major debt is $11,300 owed for campaign materials to the f i r m of Leavitt, Lankford and Smith, of Little Rock. Hammerschmidt,. a 52-year- old businessman from Harrison who is seeking his fifth term, reported total campaign contributions of $10,022, expenditures of $17,334 and cash on hand of $5,510 as of Sept. 1. Major Hammerschmidt con- ributors included: An amount' of $500 from R. E. Short Jr., Brinklcy businessman; $500 from R.K. Rodgers, Kitchen Fire Is Extinguished SPRINGDALE -- A blaze in, the kitchen of the Harold Griggs' home, 519 W. Meadow Avenue, was extinguished early this morning with major smoke damage and minor fire damage. . Firemen responded to the call at the combination residence- gift shop about 3:47 a.m., after the Griggs' were awakened by the smoke and reported the fire. No one-was injured. The fire began in the kitchen, burned through' the ceiling and damaged a small portion of the attic. Cause of the fire is nol determined but one fireman said he suspected a short in the electrical wiring started the blaze. Get There Early Construction in the vicinity of Razorback Stadium has reduced available public, parking. Fans who are planning to attend this Saturday's Arkansas-Tulsa game and other home games in Fayettevilie ,are advised to arrive early and to be preparec to walk some, distance to the Stadium, t. Smith businessman; $750] om Werner II. Daniels, Ft.; mith businessman; $1,000 from loyd C. Hobbs, Ft. Smith busl- cssman; $2.500 from tha- a t i o n a 1 Republican Con-? ressional Committed; and'. 3,000 from the Arkansas Medi-' al Association. H i s major expenditures" uring the past three months' vere for the purchase of rinting and advertising. TRI-LAKES ANTENNA Sales and Service New UMd Arl«nn» Color · Black * WhlU ·ocfUra · Towtri Free ErtlmitlM TS1-14M 7SI4HT OPEN DAILY 9 o.m. -- CLOSED SUNDAY awiM/iti 25 "TWO BITS" While Quantities Last!!! THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities REGULAR AND QUEEN SIZE KNEE- HIGHS Misses' support knee-high ' stretch nylon. 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