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November 01, 1968 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-11-01

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Pearson Warns About Nixon Oil Interest Contact and Talk With Nasser

Nationally famed columnist Drew er who won the consumer rebate
Pearson warns constantly of the , against El Paso, reports that the
role Senator Strom Thurmond Nixon firm was especially active
plays in GOP politics today. in another government move to
, s regulate El Paso, namely its
Writing about Richard Nixon
merger with the Pacific Northwest,
law practice and the ties his law another pipeline company.
firm has with oil
interests, Pear- "Looking back, I don't know how
son stated among the present Jewish contributors to
other things the Nixon's campaign will feel about
following: having a former lawyer with oil-
One Subst a n- I Arab connections in the White
t i al Nixon House," said Bennett, "but I know
;client which has ALL the American people should
objected to feder- be concerned about the type of
al regulation is men Nixon wo ppoint on the
ssions."
El Paso National regulatory co
Pearson
Gas, largest pipe-
In a later column, Pearson de-
line company in the world. In the scribes a talk between Nixon and
1960s it was caught upping gas Gamal Abdel Nasser of Egypt:
rates to California consumers with-
e London Jewish Telegraph
out authorization from the Federal recently published a report that
Power Commission. The FPC
ruled that El Paso must pay back Richard Nixon, as he was begin-
ning his new Wall Street law prac-
$155,000,000 to California users.
tice in 1963, offered to represent
This may be the type of "fed- Egypt's President Gamal Abdel
eral intervention in the free mar- Nasser for a $2,000,000 fee.
ket" to which Nixon objects. Cer-
"Such Egyptian newspapers as
tainly his law firm's client did. It the Egyptian Gazette and Egyptian
paid the Nixon firm a total of Mail quoted Nixon in June 1963
$771,129.83 from 1961 through 1967 not only praising Nasser but as
to battle against regulation.
condoning the work of German
William Bennett, present Cali- scientists in Egypt. The same quo-
fornia public utilities commission- tations were later distributed by

the official Arab Information Cen- alarm. It is quite obvious and
ter in New York City on July 1, known that President Nasser
allows no chance for any foreign
1963. . .
"When Nixon in 1963 was ask- domination in his country. Actual-
ed for his comments on the use ly, the policy adopted here is sound
of German scientists, he was and admirable.'
"Nixon gave these views at a
quoted by the Arab Information
Center as replying: "Of course Cairo press conference following a
private
conference with Nasser.
the UAR is free to obtain tech-
"Nixon said of the Egyptian
nical assistance from any coun-
try, be it the United States, the leader: 'I was very much impress-
Soviet Union or any other coun- ed by President Nasser's strong
personality, wisdom and immense
try.
" 'There is no reason for fear or knowledge.' "

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
22—Friday, November 1, 1968

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To the Readership of The Jewish News



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We, the undersigned, are business and professional people who strongly urge

that you vote for Oakland County Prosecuting Attorney only after careful con-

sideration of the qualifications of the two candidates.




- On weighing the qualifications, we recommend and endorse THOMAS

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G. PLUNKETT for OAKLAND COUNTY PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. This job is

too important for politics.

Ivan Barris

Arthur Howard

M. L. Berman

Milton Howard

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Sam Jacobs

Seymore Posner

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Sanford Rosenthal

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Wayne County Prosecuting Attorney

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Hon. George Parris—Macomb County Prosecuting Attorney

THOMAS G. PLUNKETT is endorsed by Michigan's Attorney General Frank Kelley.

THOMAS G. PLUNKETT is rated PREFERRED by the Non-Partisan Oakland Citizens League, Inc.

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