Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 23, 1974 · Page 65
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June 23, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 65

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12K Jtuw 23,1974* i « \ ir+£+rfr ; /^ \ / · ·" £/,' W**/« x / '·* s/s / A -4I Frenzy Not Likely in Nixon Trip to Russia WASHINGTON (AP- Presideai Nixofs trip to tte Kremlin may prove every bit as fatiguing for his travel- weary troupe as Us tow of the 1 Mide*t. But for sheer frenzy, it probably won't come dose. The President's journey to Moscow two years ago was marked by long hours at the conference table but comparatively little ceremonial commotion. The same businesslike atmosphere is expected to prevail this time around. Officially, his itinerary calls only for stops at Brussels and the Soviet capital on the 10-day mission, though it will come as no surprise if Nixon does some unscheduled touring of the Soviet countryside. Even so, his security and transportation aides should have far fewer headaches than they encountered in the Mideast, where huge crowds* coaeera about terrorist activity and the whirlwiad hops from one country to the next R kept them in eoastaat motion ft in an effort to stay a step J ahead of the President Unlike Nixon, many of them got no break at all in the five: day period between the two journeys. A number of Secret Service agents and advance men left directly for Europe from the Mideast. The President would have complicated their woe had he stuck to his plan to go to Florida in the meantime. Instead, he settled on Camp David, Md. Nixon, said press secretary Ronald L. Ziegler, was "not overly tired" by the trip, even if he "showed the hours and the miles." . OUOY TRANSCOttMTAlMEttTimOK Learn How to Bring increased creativity, energy, and happiness to allyour daily activities through a simple, natural, scientific technique. 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S. relations with its allies in the North Atlantic Treaty , Organization. - -Kissinger plans to report to the NATO council after the summit and to swing through Paris, Munich and London for meetings with French, West German and British leaders. Nixon's Soviet visit begins on Thursday and will last a week, with probable side tours to such cities as Yalta and Minsk. Coming on the heels of a five-nation trip to the Middle East, the Moscow summit .serves to focus attention at home on the President's inter- .est and accomplishments in . the foreign field. Critics suggest that.Nixon hopes thereby ·"Ito offsd:hte AYatergatetrou-i- V-tylesuajnd'to improve his; ; :. ^chances in Congress of surviv-, 'ing the impeachment drive, . I · Initially, the administration -looked to the summit session -to produce a comprehensive /.treaty limiting strategic nu- · -clear weapons. But it lowered Its sights when a Kissinger mission to the Kremlin in March did not result in the : breakthrough needed to ex. -pand upon the pioneering 1972 SALT pact. . Now, Secretary of Defense James R. Schlesinger and oth- 'A -er senior U. S. officials seem confident that Nixon's visit will result at least in a partial '· ban on underground nuclear ' tests and in an agreement in ; principle to limit the deploy. ment of new Soviet missiles with multiple warheads. A group of U. S. scientists ·and technical experts was "sent to Moscow a week ago to .' join the technical team already in the Soviet capital .. working out the details of the agreements Nixon hopes to sign. STANDING in the way of a broad, new SALT accord are internal debates within the two countries as well as differences between them on how to measure nuclear strength and on the significance of the Soviets' massive launch-power. Even as the summit approached, fresh controversy broke out here. Paul H. Nitze, the top Pentagon representative on the SALT talks, resigned. Without specifically mentioning Watergate or the impeachment move, he expressed doubt that an acceptable agreement could be worked out "under the circumstances existing at the present time." Sen. Henry M. Jackson. D- Wash.. charged that the administration secretly negotiated startling changes in the U. S. and Soviet missile levels permitted under the 1972 pact. Knowledg_eable sources said that the 950sea-based missiles allowed the Soviet Union were raised to 1,020. while the U. S. total was lowered from 710 to 656. Once again, vSoviet restrictions on Jewish emigration hovered over the summit like a dark cfoid. Although dancer Valery Panov and a few other notables have been permitted to leave. Western diplomats say- Use Want Ads. there may be a backlog of up to 100,000 applicants. More than two-dozen activists were rounded up in Moscow and other Soviet cities over the last few days. 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