Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 2, 1974 · Page 7
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

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From Dolry Cooperative Witness Swears Connally Received $15,HW LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) Early in the bribery investigation of John B, Connatly, Watergate prosecutors received an affidavit from a mystery witness who said the former $15,000 from a dairy cooperative for trying to get a government anti-trust suit dismissed, according to a memorandum filed in court. Connally has repeatedly denied that he took money from the cooperative, Associated Milk Producers Inc. Now Connally has hired the noted criminal lawyer Edward Bennett Williams to represent him in the case, one of Connally's law partners said. The court memorandum quotes a lawyer, William N. Carter, as saying that about Midnight Oil WASHINGTON (AP) - Gerald L. Warren, While House deputy press secretary, urged that the 1,308-page volume ol edited Watergate tapes be read in its entirety rather than bits and pieces. "Have you read it?" a re porter asked at a news brief ing "No, I haven't.' 1 Warren con fessed. "But I plan to." ast Nov. 2 assistant special irosecutor Jon A. Sale read to im from an affidavit without dentifying the person who made it and without indicating vhether the accusation was based on direct knowledge or on hearsay. "At any rate, the person who made the affidavit said that 15.000 was paid in cash to Connally for his influence in trying a get the government anti-trust suit dismissed," Carter was quoted as saying. In an interview. Carter confirmed that the memo nuoted him correctly, and gave additional details. Carter said Sale "waved the affidavit around" so that he could not read the signature on it "It was a short name, that's all I could tell," said Carter. Carter represents the former general manager of the cooperative, Harold S. Nelson. He said that Nelson denies knowledge of the alleged Connally payment. Carter's story about the mys t e r i o u s affidavit surfaced among more than 1,000 page: of notes and papers collectec by former American Bar Asso cialion President Edward L Wright in an independent inves ligation of the cooperative's po litical dealings. In one memo, dated last Nov 4. Wright quoted one of the cop's lawyers as telling him that Connally's law firm in Houston nad said that it was "unfortu- late that John Connally had re :eived a payment/' but that "it was susceptible of explana- .ion." But the Connally partner, Marvin Collie, denied in a telephone interview that he had said Connally "received a payment." He said he was certain that Connally did not take any money. Collie, who at first declined answer questions about the matter, said he had to check first with Edward Bennett Wil Mams because Williams i! running the case" for Con nally. It's Nixon Country WASHINGTON (AP) -- Les lie Dutton of Malibu, Calif., un furled a 2fl-foot-long petition o support on the blue carpet o President Nixon's Oval Office. With Nixon holding one en of the three-foot wide documen Wednesday, Mrs. Dutton sail most of the signers come Iron the West Los Angeles area. "It's great country," Nixo commented. "It's Nixon country," Mrs Dulton added. Rosamond Asks For Grand Jury NORTH LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Mayor Bob Rosamond of \orth Little Rock snid Wednes lay that he had asked Pros Ally. Lee Munson to call tor a {rand jury investigation into urchases made during a four- car period by the North Little Rock Electric Co. The years are 1970 through 1973. During most of that period William F. "Casey" Laman was mayor and his brother-in aw, Fred Jarvis, headed the electric department. Rosamond said he also ha asked legislative auditor Orve Johnson to conduct an investi gatiqn and make his finding: public. Laman has been critical o Rosamond and his adminis tralion. Rosamond told reporters tha if the facts are brought oul citizens of North Little Roc will better understand recen developments involving Rosa mond. He declined to elaborate Rosamond said his request i not a smokescreen to diver public attention from the cur rent controversy that he ha led some in his city to call fo his resignation. One of h: aides, Ted Douglas, recently re signed and said continuing I work fcr Rosamond woul wreck his integrity. NortWttt Arkantos TIMES, Thur.., May 1. 1974 FAVrmvlLLI. AIIKAN*** Cattlemen Seek Federal Money From Fulbrighl PINE BLUFF, Ark. (AP) --, Pine Bluff livestock company at buys cattle from a five- ate area has asked Sen. J, W. ulbright. D-Ark.. to draft leg- lation to ensure that cattle ·anchers receive subsidies to void possible bankruptcy. Frank Bienville and Don Gloer of the Glover Brothers ivestock Commission Co. made the request in a letter nailed to Fulbright's Little Rock office. Bienville said Wednesday that cattle ranchers doing business with the firm had asked officials to seek legislative relief from rising costs. He said lhal he thought Fulbright might be more receptive to the request since he is seeking re-election. "If seniority really means something, (he should) show us by getting something done to relieve our problem," Bienville said. The letter said the price freeze and the sale of wheat to Russia were responsible for the ranchers' troubles. Cattlemen are facing bankruptcy because of rising interest rates, skyrocketing feed costs, rising prices on seed, Fuel, post and wire and the low beef prices, the letter said. It said cattlemen are now losing from $100 to $250 per cow. LAST DAY TO REGISTER MAT 7 VOTE Democratic Primary MAY 28 'GUS' OSTMEYER COUNTY JUDGE FOR: Honest Government Efficient Administration No Self-Serving Activities Executive Recovers · HILTON HEAD ISLAND. S.C. 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