Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 5, 1974 · Page 18
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 18

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 5, 1974
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18 · Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Friday, July 5, 1974 FAYETTEVILL.E. ARKANSAS ·' N*f lft(it«««*-«»»»«3 U«! fttnwt NEW YORK (AP) - The inances of Sen. Hubert Hurrt- hrey's 1968 and 1972 prcsiden- ial campaigns are under inves- igalion by special Watergate r o s e c u t o r Leon Jaworski, iccording to CBS television. The network also reported Thursday that sources in aworski's office said invesli- jators were concentrating on ontributions to the Minnesota j.-rnocrat from figures in the lairy industry. A Senate Watergate committee report has said Hum- 'hrey got $200,000 .from the ame dairy sources who contri- mled to President Nixon's re- Weather Forecast Areas ef ibower are forecast Friday for the northern Rock- ies, central Gulf and from Florida to tbe raid-Atlantic Strike Ends MOSCOW (AP -- Political dissident Andrei Sakharov said Thursday night he was ending a six-day hunger strike for medical reasons. He said he lost 17.6 pounds and complained of failing eyesight and feeling dizzy after six days of taking only water. Sakharov began his hunger strik* to protest treatment of political prisoners in Russia and to give force to an appeal made lo Pressident Nixon and Soviet leader Leonid I. Brezh- nev on the eve of their Moscow summit. Surgery Undergone HELSINKI, Finland (AP) -President Urho Kekkonen is re ported resting comfortably a Helsinki University Hospita after a prostate operation. A communique said Kekko nen, 74, underwent surge; Wednesday. EVEREST J E N N I N G S WHEELCHAIRS FOLDS row FajrelltvlIIe Dm* E. Side Square . «.73J states. Warmer weather Is forecast for the southern tier of states and into the central Plains. Cooler weather is expected in most of the northern states. (AP Wirephoto Map) 5 3 /4% 6 3 /4% 71/2% We have a saving* program and Interest rate to meet your needs. Foyerteville Sayings Loan Association 201 N. East Avenue ncluding Large Dairy Contribution Humphreys Campaign Funds Profced/; election campaign. Humphrey expressed the belief that he had not done anything wrong. In an interview at his Waverly, Minn., home Humphrey told CBS : he lived in Wright County, the largest dairy county in the nation. "For one to say that the contribution · in the dairy cooperative to Hubert Hum phrey was buying a bill or a vote would be the same thing as saying a contribution in Texas from an independent oil company was buying a vote," said Humphrey. Humphrey also denied reports that he accepted $50,000 in cash from Howard : Hughes in ex-j change for helping the billion-' aire industrialist halt underground nuclear testing in Nevada, where Hughes has extensive holdings. "Mr. Hughes* m a n , Mr. Mahcu, did present the case to me," Humphrey said. "I, sent it to the Atomic Eenrgy Commission. The AF,C ruled against it and that was the last of it." Robert. 'A. Maheu formerly headed the Nevada operations owned by Hughes. Humphrey : said charges of other corporate contributions also were being investigated "and properly should." ,-· Asked about his donation to his .1972 campaign of, $ilO,MO of his own money that.was Held in a blind trust, he sajd: "I. felt when I gave'my .own money I 'was · doing something that was a scarifice and:SO help me, I've really been in a kind of tizzy about it. I'd never believe that anybody would-be criticized for giving his own money to his own campaign, except possibly by your wife." Managing the trust was Dwayne Andreas, a Mineapolis financier and close friend of Humphrey who goes on trial next week on charges related to alleged ''illegal contribution! to the Minnesota Senator's IMS campaign. . ' '····'· '· ·",'- The government has 'alleged*. that. Andreas, board chairmaft qf · First Interoceanic Cprp.7 contributed $100,000 in Humphrey's 'behalf ; to four Illinqir organizations through the firm. - IXPIKT WATCH MIPAHI SWfTS GRAND OPENING ftRMERSg SAT., JULY 6 7:30 a.m. --LIVE- COUNTRY WESTERN MUSIC GROUPS ON THE SQUARE IN DOWNTOWN FAYETTEVILLE BLACKBERRIES POTATOES SQUASH HERBS BEANS BEETS CORN RHUBARB ONIONS PEAS LETTUCE ETC. --PLUS- QUALITY OZARK CRAFTS MACRAME, BATICK, CANDLES, TOLE, SKETCHES, PLANTERS, ETC. --AMD- AFRICAN VIOLETS Open Until Produce Is Sold Come Early! Weekend Specials on Men and Boys Tank Tops. for A great selection of tank tops! hi soft* or stripes with contrast ribbing on rieck and arm openings. Cotton/acrylics or polyester/cottons. Machine . washable. For sizes S (8), M (tO-12), L (14-16). Special 3 for $10 Men's Dress Shirts 15% Off Men's Jeans Orig. 7.98 Now 6.78 Cuffed or Flared Leg Style* Great special buy on men's easy-care walk shorts. Special 3for $ 10 Polyester/cotton walk shorts for men. In a great assortment of solids or patterns, Styted witri beR loops in sizes 33-42. SLort Sleeve Knit Shirts Short Sleeve Terry Shirts 9-5:30 Tues., Wed., Sat. Shop 9-9 Mon., Thurs., Fri.

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