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Ada Ada News (Newspaper) - December 15, 1975, Ada, Oklahoma Ada Oklahoma monday december 15,1975 the Ada evening news Page 3 Congress winds up session with votes on Energy Bill taxes Washington a Congress is preparing to wind up its 1975 session this week with votes on a Long debated Energy Bill and on a measure extending individual income tax cuts into the new year. President Ford has expressed opposition to both proposals but May be forced to accept them. Ford insists he will accept the 1976 tax Cut Only if Congress agrees to reduce Federal spending in 1977 the same amount As the tax reduction. He has threatened to veto any tax cuts that Are not linked to reductions in spending. The Senate Bill expected to reach Ford s desk would extend this year s temporary tax cuts through june 30, rather than through All of 1976 As originally voted by the House. According to some economists if the tax cuts Are allowed to expire this month $13 billion would be drained from the Economy and unemployment next year might climb by 500,000 workers. Many demos favor non candidate latest presidential polls draw attention Washington a although the 1976 elections Are nearly a year away the latest of the seasons presidential polls Are drawing the close attention of candidates and no candidates alike. President Ford plans to huddle with his Campaign aides this week following the release of polls that say he has the Confidence of Republican leaders but has lost favor with the gop rank and file. And democratic candidates were jolted by a Gallup poll showing that a non candidate sen. Hubert h. Humphrey is the current Choice of 30 per cent of registered party members. The president has scheduled meetings for midweek with his Campaign manager Howard h. Callaway both of the gop polls and Callaway s weekend reception by Southern republicans Are expected to be under discussion. A . News amp world report poll of 259 gop leaders found 80 per cent of them believing Ford will beat former California gov. Ronald Reagan for the Republican presidential nomination. A copyrighted article in this weeks Issue of the Magazine said another 17 per cent of those party leaders polled thought Reagan Wou Lii win. But asked their personal preferences 54 per cent supported Ford to 31 per cent for Reagan. The poll asked party leaders who they would prefer if Ford left the race. In that event the Magazine said 53 per cent would chose Reagan 17 per cent would Back vice president Nelson a. Rockefeller and 6 per cent would support former Texas gov. John Connally. A Gallup poll made Only Days after Reagan announced his candidacy last month showed a Sharp drop in Fords support among the gop rank and file. A shift of 31 percentage Points placed the president 8 per cent below Reagan. Reagan asked about the poll showing him ahead with 40 per cent to Fords 32 per cent replied a polls Are Only As Good As the Day they were Sara Moore gets new mental examination san Francisco apr Sara Jane Moore s attempt to plead guilty to charges she tried to kill president Ford will depend on the outcome of a new examination of her mental competence. Miss Moore a trial was scheduled to begin today but plans were changed when she went into court last Friday and asked to plead guilty to the attempted assassination charge. U s. Dist. Court judge Samuel Conti ordered a special hearing for today to determine whether he will accept the plea or order miss Moore to stand trial. The judge ordered a new psychiatric examination of the 45year-old bookkeeper and onetime Fri informant Over the weekend to determine whether miss Moore is mentally competent to change her plea. If he finds that she is now competent he must consider further whether she was mentally competent at the time she fired a shot at president Ford last sept. 22 in order to accept a guilty plea. If the judge is unable to make that decision he would have to order further hearings or leave it to a jury to decide that question. A i am not now insane in either the Legal or medical sense a miss Moore told the judge after asking to be allowed to plead guilty. I do not believe i was insane in either the Legal or medical sense on monday sept. 22, 1975.�?� miss Moore fired a gun at Ford As he emerged from a downtown hotel. A bystander deflected the gun and the Bullet missed the president. Or. Robert Jack Eardley a Springfield mo., psychiatrist who originally found miss Moore competent to stand trial after her arrest was called in to make a new examination Over the weekend he was expected to report his findings at the hearing. Only hours after her court appearance miss Moore told the san Francisco examiner she a would do anything in the world to go a i Don t want to spend the rest of my life in jail a she said. She said by changing her plea she was trying to avoid a a courtroom circus in which her history of prior mental illnesses would be dredged up in testimony. Miss Moore had been in mental hospitals on several occasions and had once been judged miss Moore a attorney. Public defender James Hewitt opposes the plea change. He had planned to defend her on grounds of insanity or diminished capacity. Dear dear Deer Sioux Falls s d. Apr a guest at the ramada inn Here was so dissatisfied with the accommodations that he ran through four plate Glass doors to get out. Phil Garrison manager said that Wasny to so bad except that the a a guest had run through two other double doors on his Way in. Garrison said a Large Buck Deer entered by charging through the Entrance doors. Try want ads freezing weather nearly halts manhunt in ozarks december 16-17-18-19 shag Hilow and Plush pile. 2 cd. Up a remnants. I cd. A Sheet goods a Kitchen carpets .395yd. Installation available s and s distributors 229 e. Main Ada okla. By recruiting station Branson to. Apr Snow and freezing rain All but halted a search sunday for a Man who along with his 23-year-old daughter and 8-year-old son were holed up in the rugged Ozark Hills following an alleged grocery store Holdup and flight from police. James Hatfield a 43-year-old former paper company employee and his fugitive family have been the object of an intense manhunt since Friday when they allegedly robbed a store in Peel ark., then escaped on foot into the Hills after abandoning their car near Kirbyville in Taney county. With Hatfield and his children Are the daughters two girls age 5 and 3. J. D. Branscum authorities say Hatfield and his family have actually been on the run for two months since Hatfield allegedly assaulted his sister in Law with a Hammer and threatened to kill her. Hatfield reportedly attacked mrs. Marie Hatfield of Williamsville mo., because she refused to give up his daughter Janice a two children. Mrs. Hatfield had gained custody of the children through court action after Hatfield left his Job at a paper company in the St. Louis area sold his St. Charles Home and left his second wife. Taney county authorities say Hatfield and his clan Are believed to have committed a series of robberies in Northwest Arkansas and Southwest Missouri Over the past two months. Hatfield is wanted in connection with a House robbery in Heber Springs ark., in which some pills were stolen and the car they abandoned was reported stolen from that Community dec. 2. During the Peel Holdup in which $350 to $400 and a Quantity of groceries was taken the 8-year-old reportedly held a gun on the clerk and her son while they were being tied up. Authorities say they be Lieve Hatfield will not surrender without a struggle and fear he will fire on Law enforcement officers if approached. His Stepmother mrs. James h. Hatfield also of Williamsville described him As a Man who loved the outdoors and Taney county officers said he appeared familiar with the surrounding country which includes natural caves ledge overhangs and abandoned mines. The area in which the family is believed to be hiding is several Miles Southeast of Branson Between u a. 65 and Taney county route j j. Road blocks were set up Over the weekend and authorities were checking traffic on surrounding roads. Holoch i 0%off four selected styles to choose from a Brandy Birch a Vintage Birch a by Piank a dark texture offer Good through sat., dec. 20th j. D. Branscum lumber and Home Center 629 North Broadway phone 332-6656 taken. You can to get too euphoric about Callaway and Ford also Are expected to discuss at their meeting the Campaign managers weekend trip to the Southern Republican conference in Houston where Reagan received a standing ovation while Ford aides were hit with a Battery of Tough questions. The Gallup poll of registered democrats put no candidate Humphrey d-minn., ahead of Allio announced candidates for the party nomination. The poll released Over the weekend showed Humphrey the favorite of 30 per cent of registered democrats. Alabama gov. George c. Wallace had 20 per cent and Washington sen. Henry m. Jackson to per cent. Two other no candidates sen. George Mcgovern of South Dakota and sen. Edmund Muskie of Maine had to per cent and 7 per cent respectively. Failure to extend the tax a cuts would Cost a married Man earning $15,000 a year and supporting a wife and two children an additional $4.73 a week in withholding or about $250 More in income taxes for the year according to the internal Revenue service. For single persons earning $15,000, withholding would be increased by about $3 per week or $156 for the year. The tax Cut enacted this year As an Economy boosting measure expires automatically on dec. 31 unless extended by Congress. Also up for final action in the Senate today is a Politi Cally sensitive Bill heavily backed by labor. The Bill which Ford once supported but now is under conservative pressure to veto would allow a Union involved in a dispute with one subcontractor to picket and shut Down an entire construction site. The House is expected to vote today on the final version of the Compromise democratic Energy Bill that includes temporary Price cuts of 2v2 cents to pfc cents a gallon on gasoline and Home heating Oil. There is wide belief that Ford will sign the Energy package because his advisers have told him it is the Best he can get out of Congress this year. Senate passage May come tuesday or wednesday. Fords original Energy plan which Congress rejected was based on the theory that higher fuel prices would Force conservation while providing incentives for Oil companies to Drill for More Oil. Under terms of the Bill fuel prices would be reduced then allowed to Rise slowly before All Price controls end in March of 1979. The administration argues the initial Price Rollback will discourage . Energy production look we Are giving Back on each $5 Purchase closeout on All housewares in the store Ada sales amp rental 207 West main Ada phone 332-3800 sorry no checks California shipping More wine san Francisco apr shipments of California wine to the Market totalled a record setting 154 million Gallons the first seven months of 1975, an increase of 9.6 per cent Over the same period a year ago according to figures released by the wine Institute. Shipments of California Champagne in july were up 5.6 per cent the second monthly increase in a Row. How to save up to $1,500 a year with tax free dollars the need for More retirement Money in these Days of High living costs social Security just Isnit enough when you retire you la need extra funds to get along comfortably. If you re employed by a firm with a government approved retirement plan you la have that extra income. But what about the person not covered by such a plan until this year he a had to go it alone trying to build his retirement fund with what a left after taxes. Difficult at Best often impossible. An individual retirement account is the answer now at last you re no longer a a forgotten even though you re not covered by an employer sponsored plan. Congress has passed a Law giving you the right to set up your own retirement plan with tax free dollars ifs called an individual retirement account a a Iraq. Now you can set aside As much As 15% of your compensation each year up to $1,500 and deduct it from your Gross income accumulate More with tax free dollars if you Deposit such tax free dollars with us in your Ira they could produce this kind of amazing result total dollars accumulated with annual contribution of $1,500 after with tax free Ira account without tax free Ira account additional savings with Ira account 5 years $ 8,370 $ 6,110 $ 2,260 to years $19,310 $13,590 $ 5,720 20 years $52,300 $33,940 $18,360 30 years $108,650 $64,430 $44,220 note. The above figures assume you Are in 25% tax bracket and Are based on a 5 rate of return for further information come by or Call Jim Trahern Trust officer Federal Deposit insurance corporation citizens Bank amp Trust co. 123 w. 12th re. 332-6100

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