Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 27, 1974 · Page 7
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 27, 1974
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Valdheim Announces Weather Forecast Rain or showers are forecast from Texas to the Midwest and along the lower Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Valley to northern New England. Showers are also forecast for Tornadoes Reported In Nation's Midsedion As Front Moves In By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A slow-moving cold front clashing with a band of warm, humid air spawned thunderstorms and. a few tornadoes as it plodded eastward through the midconlinent today.. The strongest weather hit southeastern Wisconsin, where a wind storm late Monday damaged several dwellings and downed power lines and trees. .What was believed to he a tornado struck Myaville,: about 40 miles northwest of Milwauke, and just south of Lomira. Two lines of thunderstorms extended through the Plains and Midwest, with the heaviest activity from eastern Nebraska to Wisconsin and Lower Mich- the eastern Gulf and Florida Warm weather is expected fo most of the nation but coole weather Is forecast for t h e northern Plains anil uppe Great Lakes. (AP Wirephoto Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Tue*., Aug. IT, T974 · MVKTTIVILLE, ARKANSAS U.N. troops To Stay In Part 01 Cyprus ATHENS, Greece (AP) -- nited Nations peacekeeping cops will apparently be lowed to remain in the Tur- sh-controlled part of Cyprus, .N. Secretary-General Kurt 'aldhcim indicated today. Arriving here from talks with urkish .,,leaders,, in.. Ankara, l?aidnfim",fold j,,newsraen:, "I ave' discussed this' problem ith the Turkish government nd they have not requested to withdraw our troops rom Turkish-held areas." Senior U.N. officers in . Ni- osia complained last week icy wore under mounting pres- ure to pull out of northern lyprus. They said Turkish roops were driving U.N. troops mt of their positions, often un ler threat oE force, and were jlockingi t U.N., .convoys w.i t h ood, and:i medicine-,lor Greek typriots marooned in the Tur rish zone. Waldheim met for two hours vith Premier Constantino Cara nianlis and Foreign Ministe eorge Mavros and reported afterward that there was still a 'considerable gap" in the posi ions of the Greeks and Turk .oward resumption of negotia ions. The secretary-general's sec ond visit to the Greek leader completed his fact-finding tou of; the capitals .of: : Greece, f key .and Cyprus. He was flyih back to New York via Londo to discuss his findings with th British, who with the Greek and Turks are the guarantor of the independence of Cypru under the island's treaty of in dependence. Waldheim said he had foun "there is -a wish with all th governments concerned reach a' negotiated settlemen and to avoid hostilities." He described his discussion in Ankara with Premier Bulen Ecevit' and Foreign Minist Turan, Gunes as "careful an fruitful." Meanwhile: The Greek government hand- 1 the Soviet ambassador its rmal acceptance of Moscow's roposal for an 18-nation cpn- rence oh Cyprus. The partici- ants would include the 15 .embers of the U.N. Security ouncil' and -Greece, Turkey nd GyprusJ; ' The . U.S. Slate Department aid the "creation of another forum would not be useful" but promised to consider any pro posal to move negotiations for ward that is acceptable to a! parlies. Greek sources reported tha Turkish border fired severa bursts of machine-gun fire at a Greek outpost Monday. The Greeks did not return the fire, and there were no casualties, the sources said. Kuwait To Invest In British Bonds KUWAIT (AP) -- Final ar- angemenU are being worked ut for Kuwait to invest SI.8 lillion in British government D o n d s , Finance Ministry ources said today. The transaction is expected o Help stabilize the pound storing and offset British fears of massive flow of Arab oil money from Europe to the United Stales, they said. Abu Dhabi, another Arab oil slate on Ihe Persian Gulf, also )lans a sizable investment in 3ritish bonds, the sources said, they did not say how much !t would be. The Arab press reported earlier that Kuwait has begun channeling about $115 million in oil money into British investments and has asked the Bomb Explodes * FRANKFURT, West Germa ny (AP) -- A bomb exploded al the Israeli tourist office during the night, causing damage esti mated at $20,000, police said. No one was reported hurt. The blast shattered the glass facade o f ' t h e building housing the Israeli office, bent,a heavj steel girder and damaged ar adjacent furniture showroom and several parked cars. Bank of England for guidelines. Banking sources in London said earlier this month that the Arab oil stales had begun shifting massive amounts of money from investment in Britain to U.S. enterprises because of con- ern over the foundering Brit- sh economy. Britain has suffered a $7 bit- ion loss in world trade this ear, but the British banking] sources said Arab investments j lad kept the pound from plum-: meting. Most of the Arab mon-j ey was said to be in short-term! nvestmenls that could be shifted quickly. Arab press reports also said Kuwait plans to buy a billion dollars in U.S. Treasury bonds. Saudi Arabia, the world's .argest oil exporter, also has been reported negotiating an in- veslment of $12 billion in American Treasury bonds but the reports ;iaid it is seeking guarantees against losses due to inflation. CXPIRT WATCH REPAIR . 1 , 1 , 1 . , ... W W V MASTAG "Yes You Can 9 ' S A L E ! Yes, You Can Own A Family Size Scotsman Maytag Washer 248 for . Only SWIFT S ". -"' {rr . gan. 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