Hawaii: Private Settlement

Arkansas Governor Winthrop Rockefeller has dipped into his own capacious pocket to supplement the pay of a dozen state officials, although the Arkansas attorney general told him it was unconstitutional. Newark's Mayor Kenneth Gibson has persuaded local businessmen to add $2,500 a year to the city business administrator's $35,000 salary in order to attract a top outside professional to the job. Now the mayor of Honolulu, Frank Fasi, has offered $40,000 from his campaign war chest to help fend off a strike of Teamster drivers that would have halted two privately owned Oahu bus lines. The union accepted Fasi's...

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