Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 13, 1974 · Page 7
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 13, 1974
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Senate Committee Investigator Withdraws Wiretap Lawsuit WASHINGTON (AP) - At the request of Sen. J. W. Fulbright, D-Ark., m investigator for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee withdrew a lawsuit Wednesday over a tap of his home telephone, a Washington lawyer said. Richard Moose retracted the suit within hours after it was "iled against President Richard Nixon and Secretary of State Henry Kissinger and others, Nathan Lowin, Moore's lawyer, said. Lowin said Fulbright, chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee, believed that the suit was inappropriate since Ihc panel has planned a review of Kissinger's role in such wire taps. "In deference to thai view and because he didn't want to put the committee in an awkward position, my client decided lu withdraw the s u i t " Lowin said. A spokesman for Fulbright said the senator "simply relayed his view lo Mouse that it would not be a good thing for him to be involved." Kissinger has threatened to resign unless his name is cleared of charges relating to the wiretaps of governmental officials and reporters during 1969-71. He has asked the Foreign Re latj'oiis Committee to reval late his account of the wiretapping operation because of speculation t h a t he may have been involved more directly than he indicated in his confirmation hearings In September. Lowin said Moose, formerly of Little Rock. Ark., decided in December to file suit over the wiretaps which were placed when he was slaff secretary for the Nalional Security Council in 1969. After many delays, the suit was drafted in its final form only after the controversy over Kissinger's testimony erupted, f.owm said. According to the suit. Moose said a tap was placed on his telephone for Iwo months, beginning in May 1969. He said lhat action violated three sections of the Bill of Rights. To Conserve Fuel WASHINGTON (AP) - The House has passed and sent to the Senale a measure aimed to conserve scarce fuels by letting power plants switch from lowsulfur oil or natural gas to dirtier-burning coal. The compromise legislation, adopted by the House Tuesday, also would grant car manufacturers a one-and possibly two- year delay in meeting auto exhaust deadlines. Arkama* TIMES, Thun., Jum 13, 1974 r*vrrrivn.L», AKKAMIAI LONDON (AP) -- Despite protests from the Conservative opposition. Britain's Labor government is going ahead with lans to nalionali/x: or buy shares in some of the nation's eading industries. Industry Minister Tony Bcnn las evolved a policy of extend- ng state ownership (o f u l f i l l abor's electoral pledge "lo ring about a f u n d a m e n t a l and rreversihlc shift in the balance of power and wealth in favor of working people and their families," he said in a Labor party publication. Model Home Signs at this home IB Tnlsa showed tome of the wry 1m- raor that aaa developed sine* tornadoM hit Saturday night. (AP Wirepholo) Election Donations LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The re-election committee for Rep. John Paul Hammerschmidt, R- Ark.. reported Tuesday that it received $1,124 between May 17-30. However, the committee said in a financial statement Filed with the secretary of state's office that it hadn't spent any money during the period. The receipts included a $1,000 contribution from James F. Keenan of Little Rock, an industrialist. The committee said that thus far it has received $6,075. Its cash on hand balance as of May 30 totaled $7,514.14. Steel Price Hiked PITTSBURGH. Pa. (AP) -U.S. Steel Corp. has raised prices an average of 8 per cent on a variety of products used in the auto and heavy construction industry. The nation's largest steel maker announced the increases on Tuesday. 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