Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on August 16, 1970 · Page 32
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 32

Phoenix, Arizona
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Sunday, August 16, 1970
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AL L EDITIONS 20-A The Arizona Republic Plwwnt*, SOT,, Aug. l«, 1976 A week's news in brief Sugges letifYn* ***** €flp Mtf WfMl (Mi tfofnuui — suuu. te § ^ryfcan^ gftn^ er to a Mead or relative who rigM appreciate a Ogett of ifcfc* •atkNMl, aatioaal and Arimta tew*, Arizona review The Douglas City Council has tabled until Sept. 1 an «rihV nance to prohibit local newspaper* from publishing the names of persons fined in traffic court. . . House Bill 102* a consumer protection law aimed at home solicitation sales, was kept from going into effect by petitions filed with Secretary of State Wesley Bolta, who is working to get the legislation on the Nov. 3 general election ballot. Rep. Sam Steiger, R-Ariz., invoking his election year privileges, got the House Interior Committee to drop Pine Mountain and Sycamore Canyon from the Wilderness Bill. Steiger said four cattle permittees and the Salt River Project objected. Poverty fighter Peter MacDonald out- polled incumbent Raymond Nakai by a 3-2 margin in a six-man preferential election which put the two in a Nov. 10-11 runoff for Navajo tribal chairman . . . Scottsdale has decided that all the city's police cars are to be repainted Steiger Pacific blue. Daniel Plowman, 15, and Bradford Gushing, were back home in Tucson after an unauthorized takeoff from Davis- Monthan Air Force Base in a Cessna 150 and a "rough landing somewhere in Mexico" ... A small airplane involved in a crash north of Tucson, in which Larry Jensen of Phoenix and another man were killed, was involved in a secret military experiment being conducted by the Univac Division of Sperry Rand Corp ... A crowd of 150 persons in the Tucson Press Club whistled and cheered as seven topless dancers defied a police edict against nude dancing . . . The Stilwell Co., owners of the Los Arboles apartment complex, has sued Mountain Bell for $1 million because the complex is without phone service. The Maricopa County Sheriffs Department has received permission to rent helicopters for searches in the wake of a desert tragedy in which a grandmother and three children died from heat exhaustion after becoming lost on the desert. A fourth child is still missing and presumed dead. Mayor Driggs is having his office remodeled at a cost of $11,500 . . . Hie foundation of the Tumacacori Mission will be water-proofed to check deterioration of its ancient adobe walls . . . Williams James Woods, 17, choked to death on a plastic bag of yellow capsules he swallowed during a police narcotics raid. A temporary injunction, obtained by the Arizona Masonry Association, which froze the health and welfare funds of Bricklayers Union Local 3, was dismissed and negotiation resumed . . . Chris-Town rapped 12 hits to beat Chandler, 9-5, and win the state American Legion baseball championship. National affairs There were showdown votes on government spending and the Safeguard antibalUstic missile system last week in the House and Senate. In the Senate, two amendments which would have blocked the expansion of the ABM system were voted down. The House overrode President Nixon's veto of a $4.4 billion school aid bill, but upheld his veto of a $14 billion multi-department appropriations measure on funds for veterans, housing space and other programs. General Motors Corp. settled out of court with consumer advocate Ralph Nader in his invasion of privacy suit against the giant automaker. The settlement price: $425,000 tax free. Star state witness Linda Kasabian concluded her testimony in the California trial of Charles Manson and three others Nader in the slayings of actress Sharon Tate and seven others, and was freed from custody. She had previously been granted immunity from prosecution in> exchange for her testimony. Sen. Barry Goldwater, R.-Artz., predicted the Senate will vote to abolish the draft this week. U.S. Chief Justice Warren Burger broke a 62-year precedent by addressing the final session of the National Governors' Conference at Lake of the Ozarks, Mo. He called for drastic reform of prisons, criminal codes and the judiciary. Guns used in a shoot-out by convicts on trial which took the lives of a California judge and three others last week were reportedly linked to avowed Communist and discharged UCLA instructor Angela Davis. As officers began a search for her for questioning, a Los Angeles TV station reported it had learned she had fled to Canada. International events A week which began with high hopes for peace in the Mideast ended with the cease-fire between Israel and the Arab states in deep peril Premier GoMa Meier told the Israeli parliament Israel would insist on secure borders as part of any treaty, even as Israeli and Arab representatives were on their way to the United Nations to begin exploratory moves toward peace talks. Then Jordan's Prince Husteta said he believed his people would back peace, but on the basis of the 1967 U.N. resolution requiring return of all captured Arab territory. On Thursday, Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Dayan, in a public broadcast, charged that Egypt had moved Russian- made antiaircraft missile sites closer to the Suez canal just after the cease-fire began in violation of the agreement. At the same time, Israeli jets bombed and strafed guerrilla hideouts in the cease-fire area, also a violation of the pact. Tupamaro guerrillas in Uruguay, their demands for the freeing of 500 political prisoners refused, murdered kidnaped American police adviser Dan A. Mttri- ooe. The government of President Jorge Pacfaeoo Areco immediately started a house-to-house search in the capital of Montevideo for the Tupamaros' hiding place, despite threats that two more kid- naped hostages, a Brazilian diplomat and American agriculture adviser Claude S. Fly, would be killed if it were found. West German Premier Willy Brandt flew to Moscow, where he was met by Russian Alexei Kosygin for the signing of the two nations' recently negotiated nonaggression pact. The treaty still faces ratification by the West German par* liament, and opposition was building even as Brandt's plane was in the air. In Indochina, South Vietnamese troops battled large concentrations of tiie enemy around beleaguered Firebase O'Reilly between Hue and the Laotian border, and Red units captured two hamlets in the north and dug in. More than 500 ('ommunibfs were reported killed during the week's Rusk, not Clifford, influenced United Press International WASHINGTON-One of Lyndon B. Johnson's former press secretaries says in a new book that it was former secretary of state Dean Rusk, not former defense secretary dark Clifford, whose views the president accepted in starting serious Vietnam peace talks through de-escalation. George Christian, who runs * public relations firm in Austin, Tex., gives an account that supports Johnson's suggestions about the fateful decision-making of 196* and differs from the version of high-ranking Johnson administration "doves," including Clifford. In a book entitled "The President Steps Down," to be published tomorrow, Christian also says that Johnson pre- ferred Sen. Daniel Inouye, D-Hawaii, as Hubert H. Humphrey's vice presidential running mate over Humphrey's choice of Sen. Edmund S. Muskie, D-Maine. teoeye, he said, had supported Johnson solidly. And "putting a Japanese-American war hero with one arm (the other lost in combat in Europe) on the ticket was a ploy that appealed to Johnson's sense of-drama, justice and good politics/' he said. Muskie, on the other hand, never had been a Johnson intimate, having once joined a liberal revolt against Johnson when the Texan was Senate majority leader. And Christian said one of the "real low spots to Johnson's relationship with the campaign" had come when Muskie failed in a television film even to mention Johnson among the Democratic leaders most on war, Christian book says he had known. Christian, who centered his book around Johnson's Oct. 31 announcement of the complete halt in bombing of North Vietnam denied there was *w a "bitter feud" between Rusk and Clifford. Both respected each other and worked together "in reasonable harmotiy," he said. "this was made easier by the fact that Johnson's faith in Rusk never wavered. 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