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June 9, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 24

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NtMlhwut ArVomai TIMES, Sun., Jun« 9, 1974 «V«TT1VII.H ARKANSAS Getting Downtown Can Be A Problem A deputy sheriff checks (he identification of u woman seeking to enter the still wa- fer-soaked business area nf Silnum Springs, fn the background, on damage pavement, police, firemen and city em- ployes mohili/e equipment to clear debris from downtown streets. (TIMESpholo by Ken Good) * ,, Falling Water Reveals A Victim Left behind by the d w i n d l i n g siriertown on the hanks nf Sa- of Hie flash flwid.' (TIMES- flood waters, a small Brilish gcr Creek. The cnr was one photo by Ken Good) sports car rests forlornly up- of many automotive victims , The Stop Wasn't Realty Welcome Drowned automobiles in a parking '"* l en d an ironic fauch to the motel sign. The motel, like other b u i l d i n g s in its shopping center on liwy. S bypass, was damaged by w a f e r . (TIMESphoto by Ken Gnorl) No New Leads To Wheraboufs Of Patty Hurst LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Authorities appeared no closer Saturday to finding Patriot H*arst : r and her SymbionLse Liberation Army associates despite receiving a tape from the trio of fagitives. FBI and Los .Angeles .police eAtinuqd an avatysfi-'t tape, but said it told them no'ity inf abofrt the location of Miss Hearst *nd William and Emily Harris,; the last three SLA m*mbei% being sought or about tri identity of persons claiming affiliation = with the revolt]- t*»nary group/ ?We don't fave any in- dfeation whether ;lhey left Los AMgtles and we'd Hire-like Lo k*w. We have no idea whore they are." said John Morrison, spokesman for the FBI in Los Angeles. "We believe that they may be in the Los Angeles area because they were last seen here, but other than t h a t we don't know where they arc." echoed police spokesman Harreld Webster. Ihc tape was received Frida;/ at K P F K . a local radif) station. It c o n t a i n e d messages from "Tania," "Tico" and "Yo lanria," believed to he Miss Hearst and the Harrises. Miss (Hearst's father. SHLI Francisco Examiner president and editor Kand_plpl) Hearst,^, eonfirined daughter's. Miss Hearst said she u a s in I love with "Cujo," identified as slain SLA member William Wolfe. She also denied that she had been brainwashed into joining the SLA, which says it kid- naped her Feb. 4, and vowel to light on with the group. "Cabril!a" was first heard framiiay.i3j*fhcft $he said in a tape delivered to KPFK's sister station in Berkeley that the U n i t e d PcoplosA Liberation Army was born after a May 17 .Shootout in Los Angeles in which six SLA members were killed. ;; Nixon Names Party For Mid-East Trip Portugal's New Government Faces Protest USRON. Portugal (AP) -About 300 young demonstrators rom Ihc extreme left .staged he first public protest a/pinst 'ortugal's new government Saturday over the arrest of a Maoist-line editor. The marchers called for the release of Jose Luis SaJd.iuha Sanchos. 29, arrested Friday ifter publishing an article call- tig on soldiers and sailors in Africa "to desert tin masse vith your arms." Sanches was held in i m i l i - ary fort, presumably for vio- ating the m i l i t a r y code. The arrest was the first of a eftist since the new center-left government came to power after overthrowing lha old rightist dictatorship six weeks It brought on the first public confrontation between the gov- She Observes 103 Years In Asylum ORIENT. Ohio (AP) Mar ,ha Nelson will celebrate her 103rd b i r t h d a y S u n d a y with va- tiilla ice cream and cherry gelatin at the institution that las been her home for almost a century. The p a r t y will be a quiet one n Cottage 2 at Orient State Institute for the m e n t a l l y rc- .ardcd. She has been confined there since she was four years old. No relatives will be present, and she has no close friends outside the institution. The last was in 1945, and the loiter was attempt io contact relative was in 1945. and the letter was returned marked "addressee unknown." But Ohio Gov. John ,7. Gilli,'an and his wife will be there. They will bring a four-seat swing set for a playground named in JVIiss Nelson's honor on the huge Orient grounds. e r n m e n t and extreme lef groups blamed by the government and President Antonio clc Spinola for poshing the country toward a n a r c h y . The demonstrators waved red ranners in a peaceful match .hrough the center of the capi- .al as scores of people watched . silently. The 'Down with 'Down with the new P.I.ID.liV -- the initials of the old secret police force dismantled and arrested by the new government. WASHINGTON (AP) -- Prcs ident Nixon named the official party for his Middle East jour ney Saturday as aides rnshec arrangements for what they said "will be far more than a ceremonial or goodwill trip." N i x o n embarks Monday morning on _ the ,10-day,. 14,770- rh'ile t r i p th'at will carry' him first to Austria for a rest stop, then to Egypt, . Sajidi Arabia, Syria, Israel and Jordan. Before he departs, Nixon is expected to .address a Snnda.\ luncl;eon o f ; t h e Committee for Fairness to the Presidency, a group ^Kunriorting- his 'effort tr blunt ' Watergate-inspired im peachrnent;' moves.- ., . , As" expected, : .Secretary o State Henry'A: Kissinger head ed the official Middle East par ty disclosed'by White House of ficials. Other members are Nixon's top two aides, Alexander M Haiy Jr. and Ronald L. Ziegler; Maj. Gen. Brent'Scowcroft, his deputy assistant for national se cnrity a f f a i r s ; Alfred Atherton L assistant secretary of state for the Middle East; and the U.S envoys to the countries he will be visiting. As Nixon spent Saturday a! his fog-shrouded^. Camp Davuf retreat studying a set of black- bound briefing books, more details emerged on his precise i t i - nerary and schedule. In Salzburg. A u s t r i a , the President will meet with Austrian Chancellor Bruno Kreisky on Tuesday. He flies on' Wednesday to Cairo, where he will meet for the first time with Egyptian President Anwar Sadat. Before leaving Eg.vpt on Friday, the President and his entourage plan to visit the .Mediterranean seaside resort of Alexandria, perhaps traveling from Cairo by t r a i n . Nixon's talks with King Faisal of Saudi Arabia will be held in Jidda rather than in the capital of Riyadh because Jidda, on the Red Sea, has a better climate, officials said. Precise location of the President's conference with Syrian President Hafez Assad has not been disclosed, and sources left open tile possibility it may he held some place other than the capital of Damascus. In Israel, Nixon is tentatively scheduled to visit both Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, sources said, while meeting with the coun- trv's new Prime Minister Yit- zak Rabin. fn Jordan, the last stop on his I trip, his talks with King Hus- i sein may be held without K i s - 1 singer being present. The sec-1 retary is expected to leave the Middle East a day earlier than Ni.xon, flying directly to Ottawa for a meeting of NATO ministers opening June 18. Souvenir Rocket NEW YORK ( A P ) -- Althea Gibson, the tennis great, was given her first tennis racket in 1942 when she was a teen-ager in Harlem by a friend, B u d d y Walker. When she became famous, she gave the racket back to Walker, who has kept it as a souvenir. She keeps borrowing the racket from Walker when she goes around the country to kick off Pepsi-Cola Mobile Tennis E'rograms, which bring the sport for the first time to inner city youngsters. She is director of the program. "It's a lucky nickel for me," Althea says. . banners fascism" said The demonstration was led by the Portuguese Revolutionary Proletariat Movement, sponsors of Sauchcs' newspaper, which began publishh two weeks ago. Arrested and imprisoned four times by political police in the old regime. Synches was serving a term in Caixas prison outside Lisbon wne.i the old government was among ...prisoners to bo ordered leased by SpinoLa. Generous TovrfsH LONDON' (AP) -- Britain expects more than eight railion foreign visitors this year who will spent! 800 tnilion pounds ($1.920 million) plus 200 million pounds ($-880 million) paid to British cariers. was ousted. 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