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Friday, May b, Iy 1

rHE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Five

Friday, May ti, 'tOll FHEMICHIGAM DAILY l~age Five

Campaign finances questioned

(Continued from Page 3)
tion. Reports must also be made
following the election if contri-
butions or debts are still out-
standing.
BELCHER'S April 11 financial
report listed $14,394.17 in ex-
penses. Two days prior to the
election he reported $11,500 in
contributions. Wheeler's April
11 report listed nearly $14,000 in
both expenses and contributions.
The third party candidate,
Nixon s
voitce
showed
stress
NEW YORK (P) - A voice
analyst who monitored Richard
Nixon's television interview
says the former president gen-
erally believed what he was say-
ing but that on at least six
occasions he displayed high lev-
els of stress, possibly indicating
deception.
"We cannot definitely say
something was a lie," said Car-
mine Pellosie Jr. "We can say
that a statement was stressful
for an individual and indicates
probable deception."
Pellosie, chief analyst of Law
Enforcement Associates of
Belleville, N. J., analyzed Nix
on's voice with a lie-detector
type instrument at the request
of the New York Post.
The analyzer; which he said
compares favorably with tradi-
tional polygraph lie detectors,
showed that Nixon reacted sig-
nificantly most of the time on
the word "cover-up," Pellosie
found.
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Diana Slaughter of the Socialist
Human Rights Party (SHRP),
reported less than $100 in con-
tributions and expenses.
Throughout the campaign Bel-
cher stated that he planned to
spend between $25-30,000. Morris
said she believed that Belcher
spent at least that amount al-
though the April 11 report listed
only $14,000 in expenses.
BELCHER c a l I e d Morris'
charges "ridiculous" but said
"t think we made some techni-
cal mistakes" in reporting ex-
penses on contributions. He list-
ed confusion over the used of
post office box addresses rather
than the required street address-
es as well as group names in-
stead of listing individuals in
his report as the reason why the
original statement was lower
than earlier predicted.
Belcher has since refiled his
financial statement and lists
nearly $20,000 in contributions
and expenses.
"We'll continue to file every

six months as long as we still
have (contributions and ex-
penses) outstanding," Belcher
said.
MORRIS SAID, however, that
she intends to follow up on Bel-
cher's financial reports. "I don't
want to imply anything," she
said. "But to-me it (reporting
expenses and contributions fol-
lowing the election) violates the
spirit of the law" which was in-
tended to alleviate campaign
funding deception in city elec-
tions.
Morris said she will discuss
the matter with Acting City At-
torney Bruce Laidlaw before
taking further action.
Laidlaw was out of town and
unavailable for comment.
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