Investigations: The Voloshen Connection

At first it seemed little more than a routine civil suit brought by the Securities and Exchange Commission. Overnight, however, the case burgeoned into a Washington scandal involving the office of House Speaker John Mc-Cormack. The first to be tarnished was Dr. Martin Sweig, 46, McCormack's $36,000-a-year aide for the past 24 years, who was suspended by the Speaker last week pending a complete inquiry.

Sweig was named in the suit as having arranged a meeting last May between the SEC and representatives of the Parvin/Dohrmann Co., a manufacturer of hospital, restaurant and hotel equipment with interests in Las Vegas...

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