Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 13, 1975 · Page 12
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 12

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, July 13, 1975
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12.% July 13,1975 Mideast Talks Believed Progressive By Barry Schwett LONDON AP)-Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger cited progress toward a Sinai settlement with Egypt after talks with Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin. "We will nave to wait and see," Kissinger cautioned Saturday as he left the conference site outside Bonn and flew to London on his way home. « * * ABOARD THE JET, a senior official said the United States would help set up an electronic warning system in the desert to ensure Israel against any surprise Egyptian attack. The official also indicated Kissinger had persuaded Rabin to draw a new line of withdrawal that Israeli Ambassador Simcha Dinitz would carry to Washington by midweek. Israel has resisted Egypt's demand for return of the strategic Gidi and Mitla mountain passes. Now manned by a thin Israeli force, they are gateways for a tank invasion of the eastern Sinai. Kissinger and Rabin conferred for more than three hours in a government guest house that once belonged to an offshoot of the Metternich family. The Star of David fluttered at the entranceway since Rabin was in Bonn this week on the first official visit by an Israeli prime minister to West Germany. "I believe we have made progress in achieving an understanding of the elements that are needed." Kissinger told re- Yitzhak Rabin Still Hopeful porters outside the moated castle. Later the senior official said Israel now "has enough" to make a decision on another Sinai pullback. Rabin, speaking solemnly, said he had received from Kissinger "certain clarifications" that he would take to Jerusalem. "We'll have to discuss it there . . . I am still hopeful that an interim agreement will be reached but we have to overcome certain difficulties in the road to its achievement." « * * THE ISRAELI cabinet was to meet Sunday, UJS. officials said if the decision is not made then on the broad outline of a settlement it should be forthcoming within two or three additional days. It would not by any means complete the pact and the U.S. mediator role, reporters were told. If Egypt signals its approval and all outstanding differences are narrowed, Kissinger would then make a "shuttle" tripe to the Middle East, possibly in August to seal the agreement, U.S. officials said. These officials said Kissinger and Rabin reviewed three principal categories--the elements of a settlement, how this step would relate to future Israeli negotiations with Syria and Jordan and the extent of U.S. assurances to the Jewish state. The Ford administration has kept Israel's request for $2.59 billion in military and economic aid on ice while conducting a "reassessment" of its Middle East policy- President Ford and Kissinger have both suggested publicly that unless Israel comes to terms with Egypt in the Sinai, the United States will publicly pot forward a 1/-.1 of its own. Kissinger held a two-hour talk at London's Heathrow Airport with British Foreign Secretary James Callaghan to brief 323 DEPARTMENT STORE rn. KITES nit 9P.M. I "*£" " LADIES' 100% POLYESTER KNIT MIX 'N MATCHABLES byPANTASTICKS SOLID COLORS, CHECKS AND FLORAL CHECKS PINK, BLUE, MINT GREEN. SIZES 28 TO 38 me* AND'r PULL-ON PANTS 8 to 18 32 to 38 S-M-L-XL Henry Kissinger Wait and See him on the progress of the Middle East negotiations and his talks with Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko. Bias Is Charged j On Non-Orientals PHILADELPHIA UP - Two women who lost waitress jobs have filed suit against their former employer, charging their right to equal employment was violated. Patricia Yocola, 26. and Marcia Mayfair, 25, both of Morton, have sued the Be- nihana of Tokyo Restaurant in suburban Bala Cynwyd, contending the manager fired them because they were not Japanese. The suit asks for back pay and an order by the U.S. District Court here retaining the restaurant from discriminating against. non-Japanese workers. Both women were moonlighting at the restaurant as cocktail waitresses and were fired and replaced by Japanese waitresses on June 16, 1974 after having worked six months. Gary DiVito, attorney for the women, claims his clients were fired because they were not oriental. The restaurant, part of a nationwide chain headquartered in New York, allegedly told them that Japanese women work better than Americans. 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T017 00 WOVEN POLYESTER AND COTTON BLENDS PERMANENT PRESS CUFFED AND FLARE LEG PANTS LARGE SELECTION OF PLAIDS AND SOLID COLORS MEN'S REG. ToF IFPIRFECT SHORT SLEEVE KNIT SHIRTS COLLARS AND CREW NECKS SOLID COLORS AND NOVELTY TYPES By Harry F. Rosenthil CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) - The Russian rocket was on its pad, the American astronauts wound up their training and the only major concern Saturday for next week's U.S. -- Soviet space chase was the kind of weather that gives fits to Florida's Chamber of Commerce. Astronauts Thomas P. Stafford, Vance D. Brand and Donald K. Slayton wound up their training and were to pilot individual T38 jets to Cape Canaveral. The two Soviet cosmonauts, Alexei Leonov and Valeri Kubasov, have been at their site several days. » * * EVERYTHING WAS going according to plan for the twin launches Tuesday: 8:20 a.m. EOT for the blastoff of the Russian Soyuz from Baikonur; 3:50 p.m. for the Apollo from Cape Canaveral. The two ships are to link up at 12:15 p.m. Thursday. But Central Florida has .afternoon thunderstorms in the summer and this year is no exception. The launch site has been deluged with rain, high winds and some lightning in midday the past week. "There are some indications that the frequency of afternoon coastal thunderstorms will decrease in this area byTues- day," said a hopeful space agency status report Saturday. "The Tuesday weather forecast calls for partly cloudy skies with some scattered thunderstorms in the vicinity." If that holds, the space agency said, "the crew is not expected to encounter any major storm systems during their first pass across the Atlantic." * * « LAUNCH RULES, tightened after Apollo 12 was hit twice by lightning as it lifted off, call for a postponement if there is lightning potential in the area, or winds high enough to shove the rocket off course. If necessary, the Apollo can lift off 5 minutes, 24 seconds early and up to 8 minutes late and still keep its rendezvous with the orbiting Soyuz. \ Planes will be aloft to seed any threatening clouds with aluminized nylon strands to dissipate any electrical buildup. Should the launch be postponed for any reason, the rendezvous still can be accomplished with liftoffs on four succeeding days. And the Russians have a backup ship and crew ready to give Apollo a second chase target should the prime plan fail. There is no backup Apollo, but there is a back-up crew if for any reason the first team can't make it. Astronauts Stafford, Brand and Slayton held a final practice session in their trainer at Houston during the day Saturday. At the Cape they will be quarantined, housed in crew quarters seven miles from the launch pad. The countdown begins at 10:30 a.m. Sunday with clocks set at 42 hours, 30 minutes until launch. 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SIZES AND COLORS flfl UU f ffi Electric Car Control Developed AKRON, Ohio (AP) - A device that produces smooth acceleration and steady speed control in electric vehicles has been developed by an inventor here. John Welsh, chairman of JKR Corp., says his "FloStart" unit will be able to replace the current electrical switch which sometimes causes jerky rides in such electrically-powered vehicles as golf carts. He also forsees perfection of the unit so it can be used in electric automobiles in the future. The unit is a new concept in direct current motor control, Welsh says, and provides a stable positive speed control lacking in the conventional "knife-blade" switch which sometimes causes jerky rides. "Flo-Start" eliminates these surges by means of an electromechanical sweeping current arm containing a liquid mercury contact, Welsh says. The Akron inventor, who also is the developer of the Sensormatic electronic anti- shopping device, says JKR began marketing the controller unit last week. Initially, the unit will be sold for the golf cart industry. But later company officials hope to expand into the electrical automobile field. "The market is virtually unprojecta- ble," says Forest Bostic, vice president for sales. He says "Flo-Start" should help the electrical car break out of one of its engineering roadblocks since smooth acceleration has been a sore spot. Welsh said the unit has been awarded a U.S. patent. REG. 69.99 to 79.99 There's a lot of summer yet to come: that makes our summer suit sale even more worthwhile Handsomely tailored in non-wrinkle polyester double knit popular solids and good-looking patterns, suitable for year-around wear. Be here early for best selection of sizes and colors. Sizes 36-46 short, regular and long in the group. 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