Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on October 5, 1974 · Page 11
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REPUBLIC WAIL --s K .. i.' TfrS i V J ft A ? ST 1 rf" ft Pilot gets award for fighter tests BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (UPI) - Veteran test pilot Irving L. Burrow's of the McDonnell Douglas Corp. has been named top test pilot of the year at the convention of Experimental Test Pilots. Burrows, chief test pilot for the McDonnell Aircraft Division in St. Louis, was given the Iven C. Kincheloe award for his work in testing the F15 Eagle, an all-weather tactical fighter. The society's Gen. James H. Doolittle award went to William R. Murray, a pioneer helicopter pilot, and president of Kaman Aerospace Corp., Bloomfield, Conn. 4 killed in stampede to ride Korean train SEOUL, South Korea (AP) Four persons were killed and about 50 injured when holiday crawds stampeded to board a train at a Seoul station, police said. The crush occurred at Yong-san Station when more than 1.0OO persons jammed stairways to board a train. They were leaving for family reunions during the moon festival, the Korean equivalent of Thanksgiving Day. Phoenix, Sal., Oct. 5, 1974 The Arizona Republic A-9 Kissinger lo hold news conference Pigeon returns home 7 eors after race LEIGH. England (UPI) -Harold Hart's racing pigeon may have set a record for the 370-mile cross-channel flight from Renees, France the slow time record, that is. Blue Chip celebrated at home with a bowl of maize, seven years and two months after being released with 2,000 Dims ai me sian ot me race. Campus bandit knows law from both sides STOCKTON, Calif. (AP) - J. Robert Ward, 30, knew the routine Thursday when he was arrested for holding up the Delta College cafeteria. "I know my rights," Ward said. "This is a confession. I did it." Ward is a campus I security officer. WASHINGTON (AP) -Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger will hold his first news conference in nearly two months when he meets with reporters Monday. Kissinger became secretary just over a year ago with a promise that he would see the press in open news conferences every two or three weeks. He has fallen far short of that schedule in recent months, although he has met privately with newsmen at times. The State Department said Friday the news conference will be at 11 a.m. Monday. Kissinger begins a Middle Eastern trip Tuesday. GAS GRILLS by FALCON With Special NO-FLARE GRID The Patio Shop NEW ADDRESS 451S N. 24th St. 279-5S0T Mon.-Frl. 1-5:30, Sat. -S J 0$ TRANSPORTATION CLUES? TRY THIS! Call 962-0293 For Recorded Message Associated Press Sen. Henry Jackson, D-Wash., rifiht, shakes hands with Sheik Ahmed Yamani, Saudi Arabia's petroleum minister, before a discussion on oil. Inlcrn;ilionaI oil talks Saudi warns of war in Mideast Lnilrd Tress International WASHINGTON - In a session punctuated by healed debate, Saudi Arabian Petroleum Minister Ahmed Zaki Yamani warned Friday there will be war in the Middle East and another oil embargo if Arab-Israeli differences are nut settled. Yamani told an international ml conference that thrre is a direct link between oil ami political turmoil in the middcl cast. He said the situation was very serious, but denied reports he had predicted war in six months if the problems are not resolved. Earlier Friday. Yamani and Sen. Henry M. Jackson. D-Wash., disagreed sharply over how to solve problems po.--ed by skyrocketing oil prices. Thcv agreed, however, that immediate actum is neecf.'iry to ward oti disaster for developing nations Jacksrn a'so criticized the U.S. gnvernme'it's failure to force energy conservation, saying gasoline rationing and oil import restrictions are needed, Yamani a n d Jackson played central roles in a panel discussion that closed WESTERN CASUAL (S)WEAR BUTLER h S0IS WESTERN OUTFITTERS 944-5531 a two day conference on oil problems sponsored by the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy He-search. Other panelists included Canadian Energy Minister Donald S. MacDcn-ald. U.S. Energy Administrator John Sawlnll and Undersecretary of State George VY. Ball. Representatives f producing nations said it was the first tunc since last year's od embargo that thcv had been able to meet with officials of consuming nations to seek solutions to problems posed by quadrupled o i I prices. Yamani underscored the political nature of the problem: "I think the Saudis have made it clear they hate to use oil as a political weapon. But we do have a problem, and that problem is still with us the Palestinian pro!)-lem, and the dsr-iePi occu-pat'on of our territories. "If we don't solve it there will be another war ard there will be another interruption in (the Arab oil) supply." Yamani denied that high oil prices caused world mtla-tion, a position that Jackson disputed hotly, Yamani also said Saudi Arabia docs not intend to cut its oil production if consumption of petroleum products decreases, and predicted that such a decrease would lead to lower prices. "You have just given a ringing endorsement lor a conservation program, and I appreciate that." said Sawhill, whose proposal for a 20 per rent - per gallon gasoline tax to spur conservation was rejected earlier this week by President Ford. 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