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Posted 08 Dec 2001   For week ended December 7, 2001
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Samoan Newspaper Accuses RMs of Illegal Campaign Contributions
The Samoa Observer newspaper Saturday accused three members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints of making illegal donations to the re-election campaign of the country's Prime Minister in 1991, after he helped their not-for-profit foundation obtain the historic estate of author Robert Louis Stevenson. The newspaper's article said that the Arizona-based Robert Louis Stevenson Museum/Project Foundation, started by Rex Maughan, Dan Wakefield and Jim Winegar, made a contribution to the campaign of the late Prime Minister Tofilau Eti Alesana in April 1991 in violation of the foundation's charter and U.S. tax exempt status.

Readers Respond with Nominations for Mormon Of The Year
Mormon News' readers have responded with three additional nominations for Mormon of the Year as we prepare for a vote starting December 15th. In addition to the 10 nominations provided in the announcement, Mormon News' readers have nominated: Cary Stayner, Jon M. Huntsman Sr. and Darius Gray.

Former Bishop's Memory Solves 24-year-old Murder
A former Bishop of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was the key witness in solving the 24-year-old murder of 10-year-old Steven John White, which was resolved Monday when Robert Estle Dyas, 39, plead guilty to the crime. The Bishop, who was not identified in local coverage, came forward after 20th anniversary stories in local newspapers helped him realize that he had relevant information.

LDS Family's 'Graffiti' Welcomes Missionary Home
If you drive Interstate 5 near Tacoma, Washington, you know the Graffiti Rock. About 15 feet long, it always has something to say. Up until September, messages have focused on graduations, true loves, and sometimes featured an occasional gang sign or two. But like everything else in the United States after September 11, it changed, too.

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