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June 14, 1974

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fnat MTlOKti, WtATMt* ***WC NEW YORK STOCKS Ark Best Corp 814 Amer Tel 4 Tel 47% Ark La Gas 2014 Baldwin 10% Campbell Soup 30 7 A Central S W 14% Chrysler 171i Del Monte 19% Dillards 1414 Easco 1014 A G Edwards 4% Emerson 39% Exxon 74% Ford 53% Frontier Air 6 Gen Growth 15% Gen Mtrs 5214 Gordon Jewelry 8% Intl Harv 26V4 I-T-E Imperial 14 J C Penney '. 7714 Levi Strauss 14% Ling Temco 1014 Marcor 26% Pan Am World Air 3% Phillips Petro 54% Pizza Corp 12 LAGOS. Nigeria (AP) --| Hundreds of thousands of tons of grain are pouring into drought-ravaged West Africa as famine relief workers fight against time. Pizza Hut 23% Halston 4SV» Safeway 40 88% 15 9'A 30-Day Map .This Is how the nation's lem- rperalure urn! precipitation will .look for the next 30 days, according to the National Weather Service. (AP Wire- lihoto) Radical Group Claims Credit For Gull Building Explosion Sears Scott Paper Shakespeare ................. 6 Sou Pa c .................. 31% Texaco Tri State Mtrs Union Carbide United Air ..... ." ........... 28 Victor ..................... 7% Wai Mart ................. 1914 Ark West Gas ..... ..... 13-13'X: Kearney Natl ......... 6%-fiVz Minute Man ............ l%-2'/ 5 Pioneer Foods ........ 4%-5!4 H K Porter ......... 3B4-32-4 Std Regis ............ 14%-15% Tyson Foods ............ 8%-9V4 Yellow Frt ............ 50W-51 Averages Irids .............. down fi.88 · PITTSBURGH, Pa. (AP) -The radical Weather Underground has claimed responsibility for an explosion which shattered offices on the 29th t floor of the G u l f Oil Corp.'s Iskyscraper headquarters. : No injuL-iet; were reported, hut police said damage from Jlhe Thursday night blast was extensive. Assistant P o l i c e fcupt. Robert Coll said the cause of the explosion was "apparently dynamite.' 1 ' The blast lore a hole two' feet jn diameter in the floor, shattered windows and left a jumble of furniture and lamps jn the offices of Gulf Asian Corp,, a Gulf subsidiary. There .was tio Fire. · A switchboard operator at the building received a telephone warning from someone claim- Intf to reprcsent the Weather Underground about 20 minutes before the explosion. Police and firemen wore beginning to search the 38-slory building when the bomb went off. Seven Fulbrighl Distressed At Kissinger Threat ; WASHINGTON (AP) -- If Secretary of State Henry Kissinger resigns, it will damage chances of normali/ing relations with Russia, Sen. .1. W. Fulbright. D-Ark., said Thursday . Kissinger has threatened to ]iiit if his name is not cleared m connection with wiretaps on his subordinates '· Fulbrighl, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Corn- .mittee. said he was "personally Very distressed" about Kissinger's threat to resign. , "There is a strong move (in Congress) to undermine the 'whole policy at detente." which is the main element in Kissirr ger's .work, Fulbright said. "Kissinger is Ihc symbol ol detente," Fitlbrighl said. "That js why, atiovc all. his rcsigna lien wnuld be a body blow, par licularly to our policy of nor malizing relations with the So viet Union." i Fulbright has .supported mosl bf Kissinger's policies in the Middle East, China and Hie So j'iet Union. · The Foreign Relations Com mitlce has agreed to review Kissinger's role in tbe wiretap pings. Nigerians Rush To Stockpile Grain Before Rainy Season The rainy major season concern is the which annually washes out the primitive network of dirt roads in the sunbaked region. Thousands of near-starving nomad and peasant refugees are being cut off in remote areas by the rains which may make costy airlifts of food necessary to avert mass starvation. The irony is that the rain so badly needed to grow food between late June and September also one of the major obstacles to relief efforts. The goal is to get enough food stockpiled in remote settlements of the stricken "famine zone" before the rains make transport of food impossible. The rains last year severely disrupted relief efforts but were loo sparse in most areas to pro riuce crops. The six-year sub-Saharan Trans fiown 1.70 vere trapped in an elevator for irjout 40 minutes. One of the trapped men. Fire ^apt. James Flavin, later saici he explosion "blew off everj elevator. door" on the 29th loor. The bomb apparently was jlantcd across the hall from he elevator bank, authorities said. Minutes before the explosion it 9:43 p.m. EDT, The Associ" Ued Press received a telephone I from a woman who claimed to be a member of the Weather Underground. She said he group had planted a bomb ti the b u i l d i n g in retaliation for Gulf's racial policies in Portu- al's African colony of Angola. The city's two daily news- liijicrs received calls of a sim- lar nature, as did WCBS-TV in \ T ew York, although that call came well after the explosion. There was no immediate Utils down .77 Volume 3 million Commodity Oepnings July corn 2.77'/i Nov soybeans 5.31 Sept eggs 43.15 July pork bellies 29.25 July wheat 3.85 Gesell Orders Ehrlichman Trial To Continue drought, one of the worst in African history, has dealt a particularly hard blow to Scnagal and M a u r i t a n i a , and landlockec Mali, Upper Volta, Niger and Chad. Refugees in all six countries have become almost totally de pendent on food from abroad for survival and squalid makeshift refugee camps have sprung up across the region. Relief workers say the drought's impact has been hardest on Mali and Niger which rank among the poorest nations in the world. Food distribution centers i isolated outposts such as Nerm Mauritania, Timbuktu Mali and Agadez in Niger need enough food to feed drough refugees until the hoped-for harvests at year's end: ; ' "We are gravely concerned about the situation," says Tre vor Page, who heads the offie of Sahelian Relief Operations for the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. Page said in an interview WASHINGTON (AP) -- U.S District Judge Gerhard A. Gesell today ordered former White House aide John D. rlichman to stand trial along with other defendants in the Plumbers case. The judge set a new trial date of June 26. After nearly three weeks of It was the second time In two weeks ihat the Weather Underground claimed responsibility "or n bombing. On May 31. a jomb the group claimed to iave planted damaged the Cali- 'ornia attorney general's office n Los Angeles. That bombing *vas described as an expression of sympathy for the Sym- bionese Liberation Army, organi/ation which kidnaped Patricia Hearst. Six of its members had just died in a sbootout with Los Angeles police. In both bombings, members of the news media were di- ·ectcd to telephone ' booths where (hey "Weather bearing the sign of the radical group--an arrow piercing a rainbow. The Gulf letter was an eight lingo pamphlet addressed mainly to Gulf's alleged "crimes" against peoples around t h e world. In capital letters outlined in black it referred to Gulf as "OUR COMMON ENEMY." The group splintered from tbe Students for a Democratic Society in the late 1960s. FBI agents said recently the group was "relatively small, 20 to 30 persons." found letters signed Underground" and struggle with the White House over the issue of executive irivilege, Gesell said President fixon has allowed sufficient access to White House files for Khrlichman's trial to go forward. Gesell said he had wanted to make sure Ehrlichman would have access to specific files left behind in the White House which might aid his case. "That has taken place," Ge sell said. Ehrlichman and three other scheduled to go on t r i a l next Monday in connection with the 1971 break-in at the office of Dr. Lewis Fielding, a Beverly Hills, Calif., psychiatrist who treated Pentagon Papers figure Daniel Ellsbere $5 Million Lawsuit OSCEOLA, Ark. (AP) -- A $5.5 million lawsuit was filed in Mississippi County Circui Court here Thursday agains Lee Wilson Co. of Wilson oh behalf of Billy Larue Jr., 3, Reiser, who was badly burnet last year. The suit contends that tin Wilson firm maintained one o its rental homes with an im properly installed water healer which exploded and caused th fire that burned the child. ome 700,0*0 tons of food, more lan a third of it from the Jnited States, has been com- itled this year to the six na- ons worst hit by the lingering ry spell. The food is shipped from ranaries in the United States nd Europe to West Africa's oastal ports and moved by ruck and train to the stricken ations, most of them land- ocked, in the interior. The major ports being used i the massive emergency ief operation a r e in Senegal vory Coast. Ghana, Dahomey nd Nigeria. Page estimates that of the 00,000 tons of food committed the region, roughly 350,000 ons have reached the needy areas. 150,000 tons are awaiting unloading at the ports and an- Dther 200,000 tons have yet to arrive in West Africa. Page said his organization lopes to minimize the need for airlifts, which cost about $600 er plane per hour of flying ime, by moving grain into the stricken regionbyt ruckacross stricken region by truck across he Sahara through Algeria. Phones Monitorwd WASHINGTON (AP) -- When a citizen calls a governmental agency, there is a good chance that the conversation will be monitored by an electronic device, Rep. Bill Alexander, D- Ark., said Thursday. Alexander said he was alarmed that many federal agencies are equipped to bug the citi/.ens they were created to serve. He made his remarks during the second day of hearings on wiretapping by the government information subcommittee of the House Government Operations Committee. The subcommittee is drafting legislation designed to safeguard the right of privacy For Americans. Northwwt Arkarwx TIMES, Friday, Jun* 14, 1974 r«THT«»H.L«. JUIIUMA* Young Rockefeller To Stay In Slate CUMMINS PRISON FARM, Ark. (AP) -- Winthrop Paul Rockefeller, 25. son of the late former Gov. Winthrop Rockefeller, said here Thursday that the thought of leaving Arkansas and settling elsewhere "hasn't entered my mind." Rockefeller was among the dignitaries for the groundbreaking ceremonies at the $180,000 Cummins Prison Chapel. Rockefeller headed a drive to raise funds for the project which he said was one of his father's greatest dreams. Gov. Rockefeller. Arkansas' only Republican governor since Reconstruction, died in 197;i. EVEREST JENNINGS RENTALS * SALES FajreUevllle Dn( E.«Ue Square 442-71U REPLACE YOUR OLD OVEN COOKTOP HOOD · P-7 Automatic Seir-creaning System in Upper Overt · Two Full Size Ovens · Removable Oven Door in Lower Oven · Automatic Oven Trmer Thrifts' Both Owens Dunaways Inc. 11 E. Mountain FOR DAD .sisure Footwear will let Dad relax in comfort Assorted styles and colors, Machine washable. .00 EXPERT WATCH HEP A III ' ' ' ' ' · SWIFTS IMMANUAL BAPTIST CHURCH invites all University Students to attend their services Sunday: Sunday School Worship Service Training Union Worship Service 9:45 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 6:15 p.m. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday: 7:30 p.m. Worship Service Everyone Welcome FOR A JUNE BRIDE Pearls have traditionally been worn hy the bride because pearls have historically symbolized purity and virtue. Of all the different pieces of jewelry a woman may own, the strand of pearls still remains as Die hasic "good taste" piece of jewelry that every woman cherishes. Underwood's piade arrangements with our importers, and is having a showing this month of pearls at a guaranteed January price--pearl prices will soar because of unstable conditions in Japan. We invite you to come in now and see the many pearls we have to offer. SUMMER HOURS NOW IN EFFECT: Mon. through Kri.--9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday--9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Dad will be more than pleased with his Spanish Rib Knit by McGregor. A full fashioned knit shirt of 100% Polyester. Sizes S-M-L-XL Father's Day »v -Beach Party This brushed denim swimsuit which is great to be wrapped in while taking a plunge or just floating around. Sizes 5-13. $20.00 Cover-up with o tie die zip front sweat shirt. Sizes S-M-L $12.98 JUNIOR SPORTSWEAR Second Floor Open Monday and Thurjday Til 8:30 Dad will love the comfort of this terry cloth robe. Sizes SPM-L-XL Available in ,\obe of Togo Both styles available in resorted colors. From 00 ^^f^^^ ^M^^"^^. Q^hell-oll · TRUMPETER SHOP i Open Mon. ond Thun. Nite« Til 8:?0

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