Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 5, 1969 · Page 52
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'._!'..* 12 The At tzona Republic , Sat., April 5, 1989 BROTHER JUNIPER By McCarthy and Reno 'When are you going to break down and buy us a DECENT station wagon?" Senator questions need of U.S. bases in Spain Washington Post Service WASHINGTON-Sen. Frank Church, D-Idaho, yesterday questioned why the Nixon administration was finding it necessary to pay "almost twice as much" to renew the lease for military bases in Spain when the United States now relies on home-based missiles for its defenses instead of foreign-based bombers. Church, a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, also questioned during an interview how use- ful the bases could be when Spain, a few years ago, imposed restrictions on U.S. use of nuclear weapons on these bases. Elsewhere, it was learned that the Foreign Relations Committee has run up against administration resistance in trying to see how much the U.S. government itself valued these bases in a joint Pentagon-State Department study of overseas bases completed late last year. Narcotics cost $30 a day, addict testifies at trial By JOHN J. FUHRMAN PRESCOTT - A 28- year-old man charged with first-degree burglary admitted from the witness stand in Yavapai County Superior Court here yesterday that he was a dope addict and that it cost him about $30 a day to purchase narcotics since moving to Phoenix last September. Kenny Charles Tadevich was on the stand for 1% hours, while he answered nearly 200 questions asked by Eino Jacobson, his court- appointed attorney. The defense rested at the conclusion of the defendant's testimony, after which Judge Jack L. Ogg recessed the trial until 9:30 a.m. Monday. The case is expected to reach the jury of 11 women and one man before noon Monday. Tadevich related that he had served prison terms in Minnesota for automobile theft and in the Washington State penitentiary at Walla Walla for burglarizing a tavern. He testified he became addicted to drugs while an inmate at the Washington penitentiary in 1967 and that his purchases were made through another inmate. Upon completing his sentence at Walla Walla early in 1968, the defendant said he had approximately $600 in cash, but that he spent most of it "in a very short time" for drugs from various pushers in Seattle. Some of the pushers he identified later when he was cross-examined by County Attorney Ted Beck. Upon arriving in Phoenix last September, Tadevich said he lived off the money that a Seattle girl, who accompanied him, received from her parents. He also testified that he had staged several robberies in Phoenix, none of which he identified. 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