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Dems plan mail campaign to dra
(Continued from Page1) for the Democratic nomination. Kennedy for president," the letter says.
a candidate later. And Kennedy has "Nevertheless, we are firmly convin- "THEREFORE, our job... is to
done nothing directly to stop the ced that he would run - under one very start the ball rolling in this unique, fir-
various draft movements that have special condition," Winpisinger says in st-in-history draft of a candidate to the
sprung up across the country in recent the letter. "And that is, if there is a presidency," it concludes.
weeks. genuine, common, non-political, grass- Winpisinger said a group of original
"Considering the alternatives facing roots, people's draft calling on him to subscribers to the movement has put
us, you and I simply must find a way to announce as a candidate for the up about $1,000 each to start the
convince Sen. Edward Kennedy to run presidency. movement. Craver said the initial
for the presidency next year," Win- "What I mean is a massive groun- mailing is funded at about $10,000 and
pisinger says in the letter, which asks dswell of people, ordinary people from organizers hope the first series of let-
for contributions of $15 to $100or more. all across the country, raising their ters will generate funds for future
WINPISINGER acknowledges Ken- voices in unison in a clearly visible, all- mailings.
ned's reluctance to challenge Carter out demonstration of support for Sen.. William Helayter, the Machinists

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ft Kennedy
political director, said there are about
17 charter members of the movement,
called the "National Call for Kennedy.'
THE GROUP has been incorporated
in the District of Columbia with the in-
corporators listed as Victor Kamber,
an officer of the Building and Trades
Council of the AFL-CIO; Jules Ber-
nstein, a Washington labor lawyer; and
Sandy DeMint, executive director of the
National Resource Center for Con-
sumers of Legal Services.
Craver said the group is not
registered with the Federal Election
Commission as a political committee
because it is not directly contributing to
any campaign. But he said it will follow
FEC rules and not accept any gift over
the $1,000 legal limit for a campaign
Any money left over from the drive
will be contributed to the John F. Ken-
nedy Presidential Library, he said.
made in the name of all those who suc-
ceeded in persuading Sen. Edward
Kennedy to take up where his brother
John left off," Winpisinger said.
Craver's firm handles direct-mail
solicitation programs for the
Democratic National Committee
State denies
plea for 'U'
plan review
(Continued from Page 1)
concerns by drawing up a list of con-
ditions under which the hospital project
will be approved and asking the
regional planning council to comment
on the conditions.
THE CONDITIONS for approval by
the Department of Public Health in-
clude limiting the size of the hospital to
900 beds, instead of the 923 originally
planned, and requiring the cost of
patient space be kept to $200 million,
down from $219 million.
The Board of Trustees of the CPHC
also votes last week to bring suit aginst
the public health department, charging
the department with violating the intent
of health planning laws during the
review of the University Hospital plans.
Regional planning council members
said last week the timing and language
of the suit was still uncertain.
(USPS 344-900)
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Friday, July 6, 1979
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