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July 15, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Won., July 15, 1974 FAVETTEVILUE, ARKANSAS HOA4, U.t, Dipt, el OMMTW/«« Thunderstorms Cool Large Portion Of Nation By The Associated Press Thunderstorms r u m b l e d along a slow-moving cold front from the Central Plains through the Ohio Valley to the New England Coast today. While high winds and tornadoes accompanied the storms Sunday, the intensity tapered off during the night. Amounts of rainfall during the evening totaled 1.63 at Binghamton N.Y.; almost an inch at Philip sburg, Pa., and about a hall inch at Salina, Kan. Storms also rattled sections of the Gulf Coast states, and half-inch rainfalls were report ed at Waco, Tex., Anniston Ala., and Shreveport, La. Moving inland from the Pa cific Coast, widely scattere thunderstorms in the Rockies the Plateau Region and South ern California preceded anothe cold front. The only areas reporting clear skies were the lower At lantic Coast, most of the Pacif ic Coast, and parts of the uppe Mississippi Valley and G r e a t Lakes region. Sunday temperatures hit thi century mark in many spots but dropped into the 60s durini the night from the" Northen Plains through the Great Lake states. Oklahoma and Missour readings held in the 80s, how ever, while slightly below nor mal levels in the 70s were com mon along the Gulf Coast. Temperatures before dawn ranged from 84 at Nellis Ai Force Base, Nev., lo 55 at Saul Ste. Marie, Mich., and Belling ham. Wash. Weather Forecast Cooler weather is forecast Monday for the Northeast, Midwest and most of i li e Northern Plains. Cooler weather is also expected for t h e Northwest. Warmer weather is forecast through the southern states and f o r the Western Plains. (AP' Wirephoto Map) THE WEATHER Elsewhere The Weather Elsewhere .. By The Associated Press .. Hi Lo Prc Otlk 85 55 .14 rn 88 G4 .41 cdy 92 66 cdy M M M 89 65 cdy 89 69 cdy 92 68 .63 cdy 92 64 cdy 95 63 rn 85 67 rn 90 75 cdy 92 74 cdy 75 66 .02 cdy 93 69 cdy 82 59 .53 clr 88 62 cdy 78 56 " " 90 60 88 68 85 54 77 56 72 56 96 73 88 58 98 68 Albany Albu'que Amarillo Anchorage Asheville Atlanta Birmingham Bismarck Boise Boston Charleston Brownsville Buffalo Charlotte Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Denver Des Moines Detroit Duluth Fairbanks Fort Worth Green. Bay Helena Honolulu Houston Ind'apolis Jacks'vilie Juneau Kansas City Las Vegas Little Rock Los Angeles Louisville Marquette Memphis Miami Milwaukee Mpls-St. P. New Orleans New York Okia. City Omaha Philad'phia Phoenix Pittsburgh Pt'land Ore. Pt'land Me. Reno SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. AP) -- President Nixon is de- cribed by a White House pokesman as continuing to ave a "good and sound" rela- ionship with Secretary of State lenry A. Kissinger, wiiu will ly bare later this week for neetings with Nixon. Press Secretary Ronald L. Ziegler sought Sunday to dispel any notion of a rift between \ixon and Kissinger over the .969-71 wiretapping of 17 offi- :ials and newsmen. "The relationship between be President and Dr. Kissinger good and sound as it has 88 73 91 69 1.65 87 64 (10 70 63 45 92 70 99 76 98 71 8u 65 90 67 82 56 94 74 89 76 74 55 86 67 90 71 87 67 99 72 92 69 92 67 99 76 83 57 74 55 85 57 93 48 .25 clr cdy cdy .04 clr clr cdy cdj cli rr clr rr cdy cdy .13 rn cdy .05 n .03 cd' ch cdj clr cdj cdj cd' cl' ci .32 cl rn .21 cl .57 n cd' .01 ci rn Ziegler Denies Rumors Of Rift Between Nixon, Kissinger lined to make public the text f the letter. At an emotional news confer. nee last month in Salzburg, Austria, Kissinger threatened o resign unless a committee jivestigation cleared him of any taint of wrongdoing in con- ection with the wiretaps. The President met for 55 The said Ziegler. press secretary Marino Recruiter Swims 100 Miles PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) Capt. Robert Jones, 27, a re cruiting officer for the U.S. Marine Corps, swam a 100-mile stretch of the Columbia River in 35 hours. Jones, who lives in Vancouver, Wash., plunged into the river at The Dalles early Satur- y and paddled continuously except for hiking around dams at The Dalles and Bonneville He climbed out of the water at Jantzen Beach on Sunday. Jones said he took the swim "to promote physical fitnes, c and the Marine Corps." Jones said he "watched the scenery, watched things go by I even saw a couple of nice salmon. Naturally, all the boats tbat went by thought I wa drowning and tried to rescue me." He was accompanied by a boatload of fellow Marines. _-med Nixon has written a let- er to the Senate Foreign Rela- lons Committee taking full re- ponsibility for the taps, which eportedly lug news were leaks. intended to Ziegler de- minutes Saturday with Vice 'resident Gerald R. Ford who ater told a reporters that impeachment was never discussed six meetings he had last veek with Nixon. Responding to a question, Tord predicted again that the House Judiciary Committee will vote for Nixon's impeachment but said the full House will vote against impeachment. With the Supreme Court soon i rule on whether Nixon must surrender additional Watergate tapes to special prosecutor Leon Jaworski, Ford said he assumes any citizen ^vould ohey a decision of the high court. White House spokesmen have declined to say what course Nixon might take. Over-Sized Viola Reported Stolen CHICAGO (AP) -- For fou years Kami Solomonow and hi viola were inseparable, but a he has now is the canvas cove for the intrument's case. The over-sized viola, mad especially for the Israeli's foot-2 frame, accompanied hii to restaurants and into res rooms. "I wouldn't le,t it out of m sight, even for two seconds, un less I knew it was secure. It my life." said Solomonow, 2 \yho is studying at Northern I linois University in DeKalb an playing with the Grant Park o chestra for the summer. Sunday he thought the ii strtrment would be secure for couple of minutes in" the dresi ing room at Chicago's Grai Park bandshell. "It is guarded by policeme There are bars on the wii dows," he said. But two youths apparent slipped by the guards and ra off with the viola. The viola is not insured; S lomonow estimates his loss $5,000. American Firms Plan Sale Of Police Equipment To Soviets WASHINGTON (AP) - Seval American firms are going an international, exhibition »xt month in Moscow with pes of selling sophisticated ollce and criminology equip- ent to the Soviets. Participation by the U.S. companies came under fire Sunday from Sen. Henry M. Jackson, D-Wash., who said in a televised interview: "Are we getting detente when we are going to sell...to the Russians police equipment that will help the KGB to hold the Inmates Of Mexican Jails Fast To Protest'Devious'Methods dissidents even under tighter control?" Voice Identification Inc., of Sommerville, N.J., one of the American firms participating Aug. 14-28 in the Soviet-sponsored exhibition, "Krimtehnika 74," manufactures an ad- vanced'electronic voiceprint device widely used by law en- orcement agencies in the United States. Voiceprint devices identify ta- in a MEXICO CtTY (AP) -- The Mexican jail cells in which tore than 100 Americans and ther foreign prisoners are on a unger strike look like college ormitories, except for the bars cross the doors. The 76 men at Lecumberri Mson and the 38 women at the anta Marta Women's Prison are not protesting prison condi- ions. They are fasting to call ttention to their charges that ley were tortured, beaten and ricked into signing confessions fter they were arrested and barged with smuggling co- aine from South America that ·as headed for the United tales. And they charge that ic U.S. Embassy has been indifferent to their plight. The male prisoners live in ells 12 by 7 feet with four steel :unks. The doors are open during the day, and the inmates tan roam about their cell ilock. There are facilities for landball and basketball in the sourtyard. The prisoners are allowed to luy radios, guitars, clothes, hot lates for cooking, hooks and newspapers. They can supplement their prison food-- beans The hungef strikers began their fast last Monday or Tuesday, and the lack of fooc seemed to be affecting them by Sunday. A source at Lecumberri sale one of the men had been taken to the prison infirmary. A doz en men and women prisoner! interviewed Sunday appeare fatigued and nervous. Some had black circles under their eyes, and their hands shcok un controllably. Five of the men at Lecum berri were reported ill in their bunks and being visited by pris on doctors twice a day. But the nature of their illnesses coul( not be learned. can't speak for them or their system of justice or anything dividual characteristics person's voice. Alexander novel "The I. Solzhenitsyn's First Circle" focused on a Stalin-era Soviet institute where scientist prisoners were under pressure to develop a rudimentary voiceprint ma- *^ chine for pinpointing a political criminal. Asked if he thought the Soviets might employ his firm's equipment in wiretapping of political dissidents, as well as against ordinary criminals, William Hughes, vice president of Voice Identification, said: "Quite honestly, I am going over there to exhibit equipment. I suppose they'll want to buy it -- I certainly hope so, that's the purpose. It's obviously, as it is here, an investiga- tory tool. Now, how do they want to use it? I don't know. I A Commerce Department of- ;icial said only a general export license was needed for shipment to Soviet bloc countries of police equipment including shotguns and so-called drug "slun guns." "A lot of this stuff, which can be used for crowd control and so on, might threaten the individual security of somebody over there, I suppose, as it could here, but it's not something that's going to threaten the United States," the official said. and coffee for breakfast and for dinner-- with food a simple prison restau- neat "rom rant. Visitors are allowed twice a week, but wives and close riends can apply for permission to visit daily. The* women in Santa Marta are not allowed male visitors in heir cells. But wives in the women's prison whose bus aands are in Lecumberri are wrought to visit them each Wednesday. The couples draw ;he curtains across the eel doors and hang out hand-let ;ered "do not disturb" signs. Alvin O. 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