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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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Criticizing HHH And McGovern Committee To Reconsider Preliminary Report WASHINGTON (AP -- The| staff of the Senate Watergate committee is reconsidering its preliminary reports criticizing the · campaign finances of Democrats. Hubert H. Humphrey and George McGovern. Staff ' Democrats, apparently without, telling Republicans, have agreed to review new material . . to be submitted by McGovern aides. The aides complained that a preliminary report was unfair in suggesting that McGovern may have vio lated the spirit of the law for bidding corporate campaign do nations when he forced some creditors, including corpo rations, to settle leftover cam paign bills for $35,000 less than ihe full amounts. Humphrey complained to top Democrats and Republican staff members, and agreed t submit new information abou his personal finances and in structed his lawyer to draw u a legal brief for Ihe staff de fending his use of more tha $100,000 in personal funds in hi 1972 campaign for the Demo cratic presidential nomination. Earlier, the staff sai Humphrey had. failed to tur over requested documents. NOTHING FINAL One committee source sai Chairman Sam J. Ervin .Ti ad called Democratic slatf lembei's and ordered that the IcGovorn 'section of the pre- minary report be taken out. [owever, chief counsel Samuel lash denied any final decision ad been made. Dash wouldn't confirm or eny that Ervin had expressed i personal interest in the .itcGovcrn section but sai complaints had been raiscc ibout its fairness and that the itaff is taking another look. Chief Republican counse r red Thompson said Dasl ladn't told him that McGovern aides had complained directly ior that any reconsideration vas undfcr way. "If they'ri vorking something out, · it'; b e i n g done unilaterally, 1 Thompson said. The McGovern draft said tha 5340,000 in leftover funds raised for McGovern's pres denlial campaign, were shifte :o his current Senate re-electiq race in -South Dakota. It sai that at the same lime his pres dential campaign commute was forcing, creditors to swa low bad debts. A McGovern aide, John Hi lum, called the report a "chea shot," and said the princip; presidential committee was i the red at the time it aske creditors to settle tor 50 cents _ the dollar. He said the slate nd local campaign finance of cials had ordered the leftove 340,000 sent to the Senate race reyenling aying off ith it. McGovern presidential fron debl The ·ritten McGovern draft by a Republican anc riited into final form by assis ut Democratic counsel DavU lorscn. Dash said neither h or Ervin had seen it before vas leaked to newsmen. Humphrey's lawyer, Josep A. Wallers of Minneapolis, scheduled lo Iry to rebu oday the staffs conclusion tha Humphrey may have violated an old federal law by shifting $86,000 in stock and $23,000 in :ash from a personal trust and nto his campaign in early 1972. that the law anyone from giving more than $5,000 to a single, national campaign committee. Humphrey did not split up his donations or set up the usual array of dummy committees that politicians usually used to circumvent that law the staff report said. Reproductions Are Dedicated At Library Re-dedication of the - '21 a u t h e n t i c reproductions o amous historic American doci ments was held la si ..week, a he Roberta Fulbright Librar by the Exchange Club of Kay etteville. Exchange Club Presiden Gene Chandler opened the ceremony and Mrs. Marion Orion. a member of the Goard of Directors of Fayeltcvillc, represented the city at the dedication. The Freedom" Shrine .was placed in the library in 1937 and is one of four shrines the club has placed in the city. The others are located at the senior and junior high schools. Northwest"Arfc.n»*'TIMES, W«i,, My 3, 1974 «! ; .S FAYETTEVILI.E. A R K A N S A S __ -China Attacks CAuXcAS, ..Venezuela ' (AP) -- ' China- has taken ..-.on- -Hie United Stales and the Soviet Union at the United Nations Conference on the. Law of tlio Sea, accusing them of causing "world inlranquilily." The political speech Tuesday by~Chai Shd-Fan, Peking's vice minister for foreign trade, a what is supposed to be a non ·e plies from several of the 147 1 Tlie United States silent, perhaps because the.Cta- concentrated his fire : on nese the Soviets. Conference Amerasuighe President asked all H,S. countries to avoid political attacks at future meetings. THE The staff said :hen prohibited The permanently mounted documents on individual v/ooA grained plaques are protected against deterioration by plastic lamination. F o l l o w i n g t h e quests viewed the The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a WeeVt ceremony ·Freedom Shrine, located on the east wall of the library. .. EVEREST JENNINGS WHEELCHAIRS FOLDS TO 10" RENTALS t SALES DELIVERS! CALL 521-3O11 Now Open at 11:00 a.m. IRK PIZZA, MNIW Expert Piper Donald Lindsey, 28, strikes up a tune on the bagpipes at his home near Petersburg. N.Y. Lindsey and his wife, Annie, operate Ihe Invermark College of Pining on their hilltop farm near the .border of Massachusetts. They say their school is th'e only full- time college of bagpiping in North America. (AP Wire- photo) Radiation Therapy Center Is Planned . LITTLE ROOK (AP) -- A-. ; $3.2n million radiation therapy 'facility will he constructed here as a joint venture between Bap- list Medical Center, St. Vincent Infirmary and the University of * Arkansas Medical Center. ". The center will he located in "the old school of nursing at St. .' Vincent. A new building also will be constructed between the nursing school and education building. · Construction of the building and equipment will be paid for by the sale of $3.25 million in Pulaski County bonds. Legislation passed In 1973 made it possible for county and city bonds to be issued for the health care facilities without referendum. 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