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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 17, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Committees in six states Dairy Coop finances politicians by Tom Raum associated press writer Washington a political action committees that have donated thousands of dollars to congressional and state races in the South Are being bankrolled by one of the nation s biggest Dairy cooperatives Campaign finance reports show. Reports on file with the House and Senate show the committees have been established recently in six states by dairymen inc., of Louisville ky., through its political Arm the Trust for special political agricultural Community Graham talks with Nixon Colorado Springs Colo. Apr evangelist Billy Graham says he has tried unsuccessfully several times to see former president Nixon but they have talked by Telephone. Graham was a frequent visitor to the White House when his Friend Nixon was president. A i tried to reach him two weeks ago when i was in California and was unsuccessful Quot Graham said in an interview monday. Quot but then he phoned me Back one Day later and we talked for three minutes. I asked him if i could come and see him and he said it was not convenient. He said he was in pain from his leg and that he had a lot of work to do but he asked me to Call him again before i left Graham was interviewed in Colorado Springs where he spoke to the convention of the Southern newspaper publishers association. The evangelist was asked about president Ford s Pardon of Nixon. Graham said he believed Ford had Quot some genuine reasons for doing what he he said he suspected Nixon a physical and psychological condition prompted the Pardon. He added that close friends of Nixon had told him during his California visit that the former president was depressed. Education space. These committees in turn have funnelled the space funds to a variety of candidates including some members of congressional committees that oversee Bills affecting the Dairy Industry. The so called Quot political activity Quot committees have been set up by space in Georgia Virginia Mississippi Kentucky Louisiana and Tennessee. Dairymen inc., is one of three major Farmer Dairy cooperatives that together gave More than $600,000 used in former president Richard m. Nixon a 1972 re election Campaign. Watergate prosecutors have indicated they still Are investigating the possibility that these donations constituted an illegal bribe in connection with Nixon a decision to raise Federal milk Price supports in March 1971. Campaign finance reports show that space which activated each of the six state committees in june with $1,000 apiece has thus far supplied the Only funds for the state committees. Reports also list the same individual a . Mueller of Louisville a As the Quot Custo presbyterian Branch meets in Georgia Macon a. A the National presbyterian Church convenes its second annual general Assembly Here today with one of the chief items of business a budget of some $18 million about twice that of last year. The presbyterian group was organized during a conference at Weaverville ., in 1971. It broke away from the presbyterian Church in the . Because of disputes Over doctrine. The Rev. James m. Baird pastor of the Host Church first presbyterian said the group has grown from 240 churches last year to 340. He said the conference is being attended by 600 commissioners. A major Issue the Rev. Or. Baird said Quot is just How rapidly we will Advance in the Mission Field at Home and Quot there Are those that think we should go a Little slower a he said. Quot but i believe this is i save your clothes1 have them cleaned regularly Here Santana clean Cas Laundy Rem 1170 English til. Iis-2101 comforting service for the living cornrows Patron Survey the primary purpose of a perfect final tribute is to help those who remain while caring for the needs of the one who has left family and friends. We offer personal service by Harold c. Davis backed by an experienced staff to serve As we ourselves would be served. Day or night any family in High Point can Call on us for immediate assistance. We Are also Well experienced in handling All insurance social Security Veteran claims forms for the family and do every thing possible to ease the sudden Burden. Please remember our name. Harold c. David Harold c. Davis Ivy funeral a Home North main at Farriss Avenue Call 685-5040 a select member of Ppd a great Opportunity at our is a Day when christianity has the answer and we ought to share one of the Assembly a first orders of business will be to elect a new Moderator to replace Jack Williams an attorney from Greenville. Ala. Dian of books and accounts Quot for each of the six committees. Mueller is also controller of dairymen inc., and a trustee of space. He could not be reached for comment. According to the finance reports the space backed Quot Louisiana committee for political activity Quot recently gave $2,500 to the Campaign of rep. John r. Rarick a land $1,500 to that of rep. John b. Breaux a la. Rarick is a member of the House agriculture committee. A Rarick aide said the Campaign committee that accepted the donation on Rarick a behalf May not have been aware of its Dairy links Breaux said of the space contribution Quot i like to think their support for me is in response to the Job i am doing in Congress. I have worked hard for our Farmers in Louisiana because agriculture in our state directly or indirectly supports nearly every person living on the skids the fellow who meets trouble Halfway is in poor company the rest of the journey. Food tax repeal Bill to be offered. Charlotte a state sen. By Bahakel plans to introduce a Bill to repeal the 3 per cent state sales tax on food. He said an expected state surplus of Between $100 million and $200 million would More than offset the $60 million from the food tax without interfering with essential state services. Bahakel a member of the Senate appropriations committee and a Charlotte broadcasting executive added in a statement monday Quot we believe that the 1973-74 sesson of the legislature a lot of things for a lot of groups. And now is the time to Zero in on people oriented measures that would express tangible concern by the legislature in the spiralling Cost of High Point Enterprise tuesday september 17, 1974 9a Copilot s memory hazy on Charlotte Jet crash Charlotte Apr the first interview with the Copilot of a Jet plane which crashed last week killing 70, produced nothing definite because his memory is still hazy an investigator says. William Lamb chief of a 10-Man investigating team of the National transportation safety Board added monday that he would try to question James Daniels 36, of Roswell ga., again in two or three Days. Lamb said Daniels told investigators monday Quot nothing that was definite or a Surprise to he said Daniels had not recovered sufficiently to answer detailed questions. Quot his memory is still returning to him. There Are Many things he does no to remember yet. His memory wiil improve in there were 12 survivors of the Eastern airlines dc9 which crashed and burned wednesday after being cleared for a Landing at Charlottes Douglas municipal Airport on a flight from Charleston . The Pilot . Reeves of Atlanta died. Meanwhile a Union official John f. A Leyden of Washington d.c., president of the professional air traffic controllers denied that control Tower personnel were a Factor in the crash. Leyden said Quot a completely false impression was inadvertently Given by William Lamb of the Nosb who said during a telecast that the controllers were not monitoring the Altitude of the plane using their computerized equipment arts Iii. Quot Many viewers had the impression that arts Iii was supposed to be used. Actually the equipment is optional and on occasion a highly unreliable Means of measuring Leyden also said he was puzzled by what he described As lambs statement that the Nosb would recommend that controllers be required to Monitor altitudes with arts Iii. For watch repair and jewelry j. W. Leonard jewellers located in the Bow Stafford bldg. Jamestown ., phone 454-1401 revival everyone Welcome september 16 thru 21, 1974 services each evening 7 30 . Special singing special guest Rudolph Lemons Grover Christ gospel Baptist Church old Thomasville Road Rev. Roy i. Mabe pastor a a Beltane hearing Aid Center comes to High Point to service our Many clients in the High Point and Thomasville area we Are pleased to announce the opening of our new service facility at Cockerham amp Howan opticians or. Leith old office Beltane hearing Aid Center 527 n. Main St. 883-1171 in 1 4 where does rep. Preyer stand 1. Rep. Preyer voted for busing. 2. Rep. Preyer voted against busing. 3. Rep. Preyer failed to vote on busing. It 4. All of the above. Steve Ritchie is the Republican candidate for Congress in North Carolinas 6th District opposing l. Richardson Preyer. And Steve is determined to vote on this Issue the Way you would vote on this Issue. But just How determined is representative Preyer consider forced busing. Nobody in our District has had the Opportunity to go to the polls and vote on busing. For that we must depend on our congressman. And How has our congressman a Richardson Preyer represented us on this Issue the almanac of american politics a non partisan publication lists Preyer As having voted for busing on its key vote. He voted against on other Bill Sand on two recent busing Bills he failed to vote at All. Steve Ritchie is tor a Quality education for All of our children but against forced busing. Nobody Ever got a Quality education while sitting on a bus and the Money could be better spent in other areas within the school systems which Are now struggling with busing. That a where Steve Ritchie stands on busing. And his beliefs require More determination than voting three ways on one Issue. Consider this. To change Congress. You must change congressmen. And if we re going to have a Congress determined to fight this problem and All of the problems facing our country today. Then we need a change in Congress from the 6th District. We need Steve Ritchie. Should a congressman be so determined we think so. Vote Steve Ritchie on november 5th. Min in i Lim to it Centi on Jill High vat Ai noir Loon Bott n. C. Imi i would ilk to work with to. Kilt i. I too by a neighbourhood hoi 1 a Loc 1 Heathen Erie t j a top with telephoning o he e often hour for Steve re it to Bute thee Brot hut a j contribute Money to the Campaign Steve Ritchie. Should a congressman be so determined paid for by Steve Ritchie for Congress committee John Cocklereece treasure. A vim

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