,,^,,!! y,an CRBEI.Er (C.I,.) TRIBUNE 5 McGovern, Humphrey Finances Nol Doing as Well as Voles By H..L. SCHWARTZ 111 Â· WASHINGTON (AP) - Sens George McGovern and Hubert H.. Humphrey had a combined campaign debt of nearly $1 mil- Â·Jion going into the Massaclm- setls and Pennsylvania . Democratic .presidential primaries Tuesday. ' But-two.other leading rivals for the parly's nomination, . Sens. Henry M. Jackson and ;Edmund ,S. Muskie, were solidly in the black. Campaign-spending reports and palitical-committee registrations, filed with (lie General Accounting Office under the "new federal elections law give a:, reasonably clear, but by no means complete, picture of only these four candidates. The avalanche of more than : 500 reports filed with GAO since the law took effect April 7 includes only 'one financial statement for any of the neU Â·Â·work of committees working in President Nixon's behalf. That was from the Nebraska Committee to Â· Re-elect the President, which reported an April 17 balance of $27,412 after a. $500 expenditure for a clerk. The report, was required 15 days in advance of the Nebraska primary. Nixon campaign aides say no other reports have .been filed because no money lias been spent in primaries since April 7. The only report filed by Alabama Gov. George C.' Wallace was an incorrect personal statement. It came in with a' cover page saying it was .for the Massachusetts and Pennsylvania primaries. But it dealt only with the Alabama and Indiana primaries, showing a balance of $8,04'4' as of April. 10 after expenditures of $10,000 for hotels, air fare, meals and other minor items and $10,000 .for printing. . . "Our auditors will have to go back through that one," said a GAO official. The committee for the Nomination of Hubert H. Humphrey Inc., leading committee for the Minnesota senator, reported total debts of Â§652,203 as of April 19 and a deficit of $40,447 in the operating budget. The McGovern for President Committee of Washington, in its most recent report dated April 17, showed the South Da- kola senator with an accumulated debt of $183,384 and $77,272 operating deficit. Muskie's national organization reported a cash balance of $109,330 as of April 18. The Citizens for Jackson Committee in a report dated April 13 showed $75,590 in the bank. Study Shows No Adverse Radiation Fallout Over Utah SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - A year-long study by the Utah Atomic Energy Committee has . shown there is no evidence of adverse effects from radiation fallout from Nevada, Gov. Calvin Rampton said Wednesday.' "The committee's report is considerably reassuring to me .and to the people-of Utah," Rampton said. . The .committee report said that "we are unable to delect that health hazard exists' - from radiation, Â· but suggested .that fallout from the atomic Energy Commission Mercury, Nev.', plant continue to be : monitored. The committee studied two areas of'sickness-leukemia and effects on the thyroid. ,The report gave death statistics for. leukemia in areas where fallout was known to ..ha.v.e existed. Monticello, Utah, " had; four cases between 1958 Â· aiid 1965. Fredonia, Ariz., had four from I960 to 1967. Parowan and Paragonah, Utah, had four been under surveillance in southern Arizona ten years. The report said that no unusual increase has been found. For a month, a mobile scanner has been checking on radiation in Salt Lake City from old uranium mill tailings. 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