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   Midland Reporter-Telegram (Newspaper) - September 5, 1977, Midland, Texas                                PAOEM WEATHER SUMMARY HURRICANE BAIJK was located m of Mexico about 100 miles southeast of New Orleans early brmiuiu rain to tin central Gulf Seasonably mild for most of the country with wilhrr KoulhnMUAP Laserphoto Map S ire c forecast for the Midland statistics W a t h r e o w h e r o Mtll lll rr M t ttifk lonl M tntf HIU t tnt I fl tahtfM III III fH VI M tltltK flvrrntiM I MlXnilt ThltnuMtfclniUu ttriltxltu lix M frum Ip m H m w 1 11 m H m M If fc I it H m II ym lubtnxk Mtfd tftlk trtf I II t I ft I M M Texas oroo forecasts I I t lit IUlltr I t K ft I Om tlrr It t U r M I mill Ht I I kn POSING AT POOLSIDE during a picture session preceding the Miss America Pageant at Atlantic are from Ellen Irene Wight of H Ill r1 It i4 TtIM irxl Extended forecasts T Hutu mlir I lUlU I I HI Ml mountain tllfhl tttf fit wM l tiuirit IIM itlv flnqlh mtl Whirl lf trl ing tit ftfWth tiul t trr In 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extent of the In the doomed old building was physical evidence that the government took and takes handling Big so to was aware of the threat from Built into the building but parched above the mall clerk stations In the working area was a hideaway for the postal Unknown to he could quietly climb to his darkened Once he could leerily and furtively peer through one of several And in casting his downward he could see if all was well or not well within the mailrouting By nature or postal in spectors are a suspicious Of the real guarantee of mall sanctity is integrity both from with wand Lee Bandoliers slate meeting High School Bandoliers will have their ftrst meeting for the 1877T8 school year at Tuesday in the band A trial Inspection of the band members in uniform will be at 6 la the The trial inspection will familiarise new bind parents and students with what is required to pass Inspection and be in proper Apnlncluv Hay through southern ISuluUct showers were reported over portions of the lower reut the lower Mississippi Now Mexico and western Hero ure some early morning temperatures and conditions from around tho nation Knstorn Atlanta 70 Hoston 02 Chicago 71 Cincinnati 73 Cleveland 65 Detroit 6 Indianapolis Louisville 75 Miami 81 Nashville 70 Now Orleans 19 New York fit Philndelphlti 69 partly Pitt sburgh 64 Washington 75 Western US Anchorage 56 partly Denver 61 Des Molnes 65 Fort Worth 75 Kansas City 72 Angeles 63 MplsSt 1aul 60 Phoenix 91 Louis 71 Salt Lake City 66 San Diego 70 San Francisco 59 SetUtle 80 partly Canada Montreal 63 Toronto 66 THE MIDLAND SEPTEMBER ItTT Death toll shoots up in Texas By The Associated Preu An unusually high number of motorcycle accidents contributed heavily to a grim traffic loll during Labor Day wwkcnd thf first holiday wfekfnd sincemost TVxas motorcyclists were allowed to cast aside their helmets Five motorcyclists had txnn killed In traffic mishaps by early today Three wore no helmets At least persons have died so far this with traffic accidents claiming 21 The DPS predicted 44 persons would die Five other persons died of gunshot wounds There have been nn unusually hitfh number of motorcycle said Department of Public Safety spokesman Richard We have to believe that fewer would have died if they had Inen wearing The law that made helmets optional for motorcyclists over IK took effect last Monday Associated Press count began at6 Friday and ends at midnight CIA drug experiments described Continued from Page 1A duplex nlso was used by the bureau to set up narcotics dealers and then ar rest In White and nar cotics agent Ira who pos ed as an Kast Coast arrested seven San Franciscans as part of a heroin Loon a friend of White owned the company that installed the bugg ing equipment at the The equipment included four microphones disguised as wall These were hooked up to two model tape records monitored by agents In a listening post adja cent to the apartment Jones also sold White a portable toilet for observa tion It was an apartment with a beautiful view of San Francisco and who kept pitchers of chilled martinis in his nlso hud photos of manacled women being tortured and We were contacted by George Jones sai In an It was a combined project of the CIA and Bureau of Narcotics It was always referred to as the never the and was modeled after Playboy 1955 I heard about Feldman had acquired three or four to set himself up with Whites diaries indicate that Got tlieb continued to flying out from Washington several times a at least until Another visitor was John a CIA psychologist who testified last month before Senate investigative commit tees that he met with morgan Hall on numerous occasions to interview prostitutes about their drug and sex White retired from the Bureau in 1965 and became the fire marshal at Stinson a resort area in Marin North of San Among his papers is a letter to Harvey then chief of the Department of Psychiatry at the University of California at He told Powelson that he had worked for a rather obscure department of the government that would like to remain Pickett to speak ODESSA District Judge Perry Pickett of Midland will speak at Tuesday at the third quarterly meeting of the Odessa Scottish Rite to be held at the Odessa Masonic Lodge 955 at Ninth Jennifer Woychik of Lori Isom of Karen Rae Janousek of South Dakora and Lori Smith of AP Laserphoto Egypt cites remarkably low violent crime rate The Los Angeles Times CAIRO Organized crime doesnt exist There is virtually no violent juvenile Rape is so rare the number of sexual assaults in a year doesnt match those of a single Saturday night in the United Armed robbery is almost unheard and homicide detectives are often hard put to find Men and women walk the streets without fear at all hours of the Most shopkeepers have never heard the word much less chased Breaking and entering has been out of fashion since the secret police stopped doing If it werent for disease and both of which produce some of the worlds most lamentable casualty Egypt might qualify as the last safe place on Even the ancient nations notorious famed since the days of Cleopatra for their almost magical sleight of can display a noblesse oblige that would make any other citys street criminals For an American residents wallet was lifted on a commuter train not long It contained 40 Egyptian pounds plus an accordianfold of credit cards and identity Grudgingly resigned to the dreary task of notifying credit companies and replacing the American was astonished shortly after the crime to find the wallet in his It was missing only 10 which apparently was all the pickpocket needed to tide him over that Our pickpockets reflect our national a policeman said with unblushing Many have a strong sense of honor and take only what they and some just pick pockets for the fun of it and return It does show a good sense of dont you think But like police officials here say they are beginning to worry about the inevitable influences of rapid Increasing poverty and unfulfilled social all of which have been blamed for alarming increases in crime in the developed Ahmed el assistant director of the National Public Security pointed sadly YOUNG OAK KIM of Los Angeles her style while warming up for National Ballroom 4 Dancing Championships in the Grand Ballroom of the Waldorf Hotel in New in a recent interview to two small warning signals in an otherwise placid sea of Egyptian crime Automobile thefts nationwide topped 500 in both of the last two he While neither years total would make a good days haul in any comparable region of 30 million the growth of such a previously rare crime is he But Motasim brightened when he explained that most of the car thefts were by joyriding kids and all but a handful of the cars were recovered Armed robbery in 1976 also raised a slight sense of alarm among Egyptian the general if only because that category of violent crime hardly rated mention in the annual crime reports of previous the figure would appear almost desirable to even a small town American police The total was 15 in all of Most were carried out at knifepoint on crowded buses and in five against cab When one of the drivers was knifed to death by his the govern ment reacted with a firmness and alacrity that would make the American antigun lobby It promptly declared the knife a dangerous as it had long ago classified the and put under threat of arrest anyone caught carrying a knife without a Ahmed director of the police statistical said that the major reasons why violent crime never seems to have caught on in Egypt rest on the naturally nonviolent character of the people and their deeply felt and sincerely practiced Islamic He said that there were crimes of violence in when Egypt contained many and British officials and advisers all but ran the Last year there were only although the population during the 40 years separating the two figures has almost When reminded that other Islamic capitals such as Algiers have not had such luck with nonviolence after the departure of former colonial Motasim interrupted In cities like Algiers they lost their national character to the They even lost their But the Egyptians never and that is what is unique about Egypt in the whole Arab We retained our But Motasim added that Egyptians are like any other Mediterranean and they tend to commit crimes of passion and For of the 441 murders committed last 379 were crimes of passion or vengeance between closely related Yet Mediterranean emotion has not inspired an increase in ungovernable Teacher fop chip fosser RUSSELL AP A 25yearold high school teacher from Grinnell is still the king of the Kansas cowchip Art an industrial arts in battled a treacherous 30 mileanhour wind Sunday to hurl a cowchip 120 eight inches and win the state cowchip throwing cham pionship for the second straight who uses a running start and overhead said he was looking forward to another round of national competition next April in sexual There were only 152 rapes in all of Egypt in ac cording to the and many of them were what might be called family The figure for rape has declined every year since when there were said Brigadier Ladies are sacred and families take care of their daughters he As for organized police say the godfather efficiency of Mafiatype organizations elsewhere in the world is alien to Egyptian where it is all but impossible to organize anything without the neighbors and the neighborhood police knowing about Sometimes three or four people try to organize something and its enough to make you Motasim For a few months ago four men made elaborate plans for the sophisticated robbery of a bank in Heliopolis a relatively rich Cairo We knew their plans before they finished making and when they got to the bank we were there waiting for Depostions scheduled Cpntinued fromJPage 1A The IRS has presented summonses to several West Texas businessmen who claim they were cheated by on parole from his 15year federal prison sentence for The state attorney generals the FBI and the IRS have been in vestigating Estes alleged financial dealings for several The strict terms of Estes parole bar him from any selfemployment or promo tional While state officials have confirmed the the IRS has refused who went to prison in 1965 after his conviction for a massive fer tilizer tank fraud has maintain ed that he was a dispatcher and part time janitor for Pertroleum since his release in He has repeatedly refused comment on the Herod said his summons instructed him to appear before three IRS agents in the matter of the tax liability of Billie Sol Estes for the period of 1972 Patterson said the IRS told him that there would be more than 140 persons Asked how many persons were Herod Just about everyone who ever shook hands with him The interviews with the IRS in vestigators are to begin this week in Herod Herod said he was to report Wednesday and Patterson said he was to report on The Midland ReporterTelegram Published by 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