Thursday, July 17, 1975
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Small Advent speakers, Sansi amp.
PE turntable, otherthings, tool
994-3072 or come Sat., July 19 to
902 Baldwin, 9-9. 36X719
SHURE microphone sale now in pro-
gress. Apollo MusicC enter, 769-1400.
FOR SALE-Fender Precision bass,
all black with hard shell case. $275
or will trade for Gibso EB-3 bass.
Cal 62-3969. 21X717
GIBSON SO electric guitar, superb
action, excellent condition, 1966
model. $125 or best offer. 863-0793
LUDWIG DRUM SET-Double toms,
Zildjian cymbals, excellent condi-
tion. Also Dyna amp with Utah
peaker. Sandy, 71-9000 ater 6,
FOR SALE--Used fruniture, couch,
dresser, tables, and lamps. Call 663-
1185 after 5:00 p.m. 32B718
HONDA 45%OB, '73, 337 miles. Ex-
cellent condition. Call 662-6728. $900
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Friendly, lovable; pulchritudinous,
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discuss, vote on important isues.
M PIN BOWLING. Win a free game.
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Sat., 1 pm. Sundays. cC717
ANNUAL DIAMOND SALE-Now in
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will end December 31. Austin Dia-
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Political funds unreported
(Continued from Page 3) fice funda don't disclose them. famous televised "Checkers" but might be considered
An aide said the fund was set The existence of the Rangel, speech. donated only to pay non-
up June 24, and that several Clay, Wilson and Harkin funds Now new questions are being expenses.
thousand dollars was collected came to light when some donors raised about these funds be- Another new controvex
at a fund-raising reception for disclosed their gifts. cause of the new campaign fi- office funds is created
lobbyists and others. The aide It has been estimated 100 or nance law that took effect this new legal limits on wha
said Clay has not decided more House members keep un- year. dates may spend in th
whether to treat the donations reported office funds. Several One provision of the law re- paigns. House members,
as income for tax purposes, or Senators keep office funds and quires contributions used to de- ample, are limited to $7(
whether to make any public ac- account for them publicly each fray office expenses "shall be each primary and gene:
counting of the money. He said year. An Associated Press poll fully disclosed" under rules to tion campaign. Yet they
the fund is to pay for newslet- of other Senate offices turned up be drawn up by the new Federal litical mileage from th
ters, for travel expenses and none that said it kept unreported Election Commission. The com- letters, news releases,
other "nonpolitical" outlays. funds, mission tentatively is scheduled and other things commo
to an- unusual move, fresh- to begin consideration of the for by office accounts.
man Rep. Larry Pressler (R- SUCH FUNDS have existed matter this week. Common Cause, the
S.D.), announced publicly last for years, at least as far back group, has asked thel
month that he would set up a as 1952 when then-Sen. Richard THE COMMISSION also has Commission to rule tha
constituent service fund" to Nixon nearly lost the Republi- been asked to rule on whether funds must all be con
accept public donations of $100 can vice-presidential nomination members of Congress can le- political funds subject=to
or less. Pressler said he would after it was disclosed that he gally accept union or corporate gal spending limits, to
make a full public accounting had kept an $18,000 fund to pay money for office fonds. Such incumbents from getting
of the money. for. political travel and staff, money would be illegal if given fair edge over challen
Generally those who keep of- Nixon defended this fund in his to influence a federal election, this way.
I legal if
* get po-
° the le-
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