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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - July 11, 1977, Blytheville, Arkansas Page two courier news Blytheville Ark a monday july,11,1977 eavesdropping safeguards aimed at soviets by James Gerstenzang associated press writer Washington a president Carter concerned about soviet eavesdropping on Telephone Calls in the United states will soon be Given several proposals to preserve the secrecy of classified communications. The president is expected to decide by the end of the summer How to protect such Calls one source said sunday. The problem stems from the relative ease with which the soviet Union is reportedly listening in electronically from properties it owns in Washington and elsewhere in the United states on Telephone Calls transmitted through the air by microwave. The Advent of advanced computers has simplified the process considerably because the equipment can quickly sort through the various Calls selecting particular information. Quot it is a problem and we re trying to figure out what to do about it quot one White House official said. Quot but when you Start to talk about it you Tell the other people How much you know about what they Are a former . Government official asked about the study now being done for the president by a government task Force said Only that it involved classified material and was quot not something we should talk about on the Fukuda s party appears headed for major Rebuff by John Roderick associated press writer Tokyo a prime minister Takeo Fukuda s Liberal democratic party appeared headed today for its second major Rebuff at the polls in seven months As computer projections indicated it would fall three seats Short of a majority in the upper House of parliament. Both the Kyodo news service and the Japan broadcasting corp. Said their computers after digesting the returns at mid morning from the election sunday for half the members of the House of councillors predicted the conservative forces that have governed Japan for 29 years would wind up with 124 of the total 252 seats. That would be two less than they have had since 1973 and will mean continuation of the Era of Compromise that began with the Liberal democrats setback in the lower House elections last december. Reacting to the Lockheed payoff scandal and the involvement in it of former prime minister Kakuei Tanaka and other leading Liberal democrats the conservative party lost 16 seats then. It patched together a three seat majority by enlisting the support of eight independents but has been forced to make extensive compromises with the opposition for the first time. Now it must Man Euver to avoid defeat in the House of councillors also since it no longer has the two thirds majority in the House of representatives needed to override an Adverse vote in the upper House. Though All parties played Down Lockheed in this Campaign it was apparent that resentment Over the scandal and the Strong influence of big business on the conservative party is still Strong. Foreign policy was not an Issue in the Campaign and the once controversial Security treaty with the United states was virtually ignored. However the swing was not to the socialists or communists. As in december the voters moved toward the moderate Center represented by the Buddhist Komito clean government part the democratic socialists and the new Liberal club a Reform group that broke off from the Liberal democrats. The computers predicted the socialists although still the second largest party would lose four to six of their 61 seats the communists would drop two and Komito would pick up four. Half the upper House is elected every three years for six year terms. The Liberal democrats got off to an encouraging Start As soviet musician gets dream violin by Connie Grzelka new York a soviet emigre violinist Albert Markov marvels when he talks about his new violin. Quot the Story quot he says quot is like a fairy Markov was renowned in the soviet Union where along with David Oistrakh and Leonid Kot an he was one of the select soloists with the Moscow state performing with that orchestra for 14 years Markov and his family emigrated to the United states in december 1975. Russian Laws forbade Hirn from taking his prize 200-year-old violin along when he left the country he explained in an interview Here. Some musicians attempt to smuggle their instruments out of the .s.r., but Markov a jew says he could t take that risk. When he arrived in new York he had neither a violin nor the Money to buy one. For his concert engagements some of this City s master violin makers who knew Markov s Story loaned him their finest instruments for his performances. And so he first appeared in the United states in Bingham ton n.y., and made his orchestral debut with the Houston skin Pliny orchestra with a borrowed violin. It was in Binghamton that the quot fairy tale quot began recalls the 43-year-old violinist quot after the concert there Many people were concerned that 1 had no violin and i received Many offers. But it s too difficult to get a Good instrument that Way so i said no thank you quot or. Fritz Loewenstein of Binghamton was among those who offered Markov a violin. Markov also refused him. But or. Loewenstein was persistent the violinist says. Quot he sent Ine a letter a week later repeating his offer but i did t even answer Mirkov s third encounter with or. Loewenstein had a Happy ending a like a fairy he says. A i was visit inti friends in the i i i to to no Brit inf n Nir Nolc in the Woods. The doctor Learned that we were there and he Hairic there himself with the violin. A Wien i saw it i was so impressed. I played it and told Hin it was a very Good instrument. Then he said it was for Markov who Speaks English Well and with animation adds that he was surprised to find that or. In Ewenstein s violin was made by the 18th-Century craftsman i Orenzo Storione of old Cremona. Or. Loewenstein 49, is a quot major Amateur violinist quot who performs with the Binghamton opera company orchestra and with other groups in that area. His decision to give Markov one of his violins for As Long As he needs it was based on quot a simple artistic admiration of his using this violin Markov dazzled audiences and critics during his new York premiere this past fall and in performances with the Baltimore symphony orchestra. The violinist teaches at the mannes College of music Here and at Yale University. His wife Marina also a violinist was a member of the Bolshoi opera orchestra and now performs with the new York City opera. The third violinist in the family is their 13-year-old son Alexander. Another son Pavel 16, is a pianist. Both Are enrolled at the professional children s school and the Juilliard school of music. In Markov s new York debut Alex and Pavel joined their father in the second encore. Markov says both Are gifted Young musicians and he predicts that Alex will become a professional concert violinist. Pavel whom Markov says quot is a Good pianist quot would prefer a career in science or Medicine. When Isaac Stern had to cancel a scheduled with the Baltimore symphony orchestra in november Markov was asked to take his place. Impresario Maxim Gershunoff who is Markov s manager said the violinist impressed the Baltimore audience and conductor so much that he was re engaged for five performances in the orchestra s 1976-77 season. Hollywood Dick Kleiner returns came in first from traditionally conservative Rural areas. But the count for the opposition Paris improved in the returns from the big cities. By mid afternoon with 20 seats undecided the Liberal democrats had won 59 seats giving them a total of 120. The socialists had 21 for a total of 50 Komito 12 and 26 the communists 3 and 14 the democratic socialists 6 and 11, the new Liberal club 1 and 2 other minor parties 2, and independents 2 and 4. Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan d-n.y., concerned about the same problem said the Carter administration should demand that the russians Stop the eavesdropping. He said the russians Are violating the rights of american citizens on . Soil. Carter has been briefed on the problem by Zbigniew Bree Bank suspends peseta trading Madrid Spain a the Bank of Spain suspended Dol lar peseta trading today amid reports the government was preparing to devalue the peseta. The peseta closed saturday at 69.99 to the Dollar. Banking sources said a 10 to 15 per cent devaluation was Likely. Government spokesmen refused to comment As Premier Adolfo Suarez met with his new Cabinet. Private Banks said they were told quot there is no Market quot until after the government announced its new economic program. The metric equivalent of one cubic foot is .028 cubic meters. Zinski his National Security adviser and by Stansfield Turner director of the Central intelligence Agency. The task Force report is still being drafted one source said. Another said the study involved quot every government Agency interested in intercepting messages or in not being but he would not identify the agencies involved. Car gets 200 Miles to Gal Baltimore a the Carterette quot gets 200 Miles per gallon of Gas its designers say. That s not surprising a the vehicle is built from two bicycles and a Lawnmower motor and weighs 150 pounds. Sergio and Merika Minnone say they built the red and Black Carterette with a White fringe on top in response to president Carter s Appeal for fuel conservation. The Minn ones left their Home in Nyack n.y., on july 4 to bump along the shoulders of interstate highways on a 400-mile trip to the White House to show off their creation. They arrived Here saturday night and plan to head today for Washington where mrs. Minnone said their Congress Man Benjamin Gilman has arranged for them to meet Carter sometime this week. Quot it s terribly exciting quot said mrs. Minnone. Mrs. Minnone said they Felt Carter was sincere in asking the american people to find new ways of conserving Energy. Quot we Felt we had to do something quot she said. The result was the Carterette. It operates at one Speed about 20 Miles an hour. Pedals Are used when going Uphill the Minn ones said. Minnone 31, a native of Palermo Italy was a mechanical Engineer and test Driver for porsche Alfa Romeo before he came to the United states five years ago with his 30-year-old Bobcat saved Emporium a. A Norm Erickson Cameron county game protector is nursing an old Bobcat Back to health these Days. The Bobcat the biggest he had Ever seen was found along a Road Erickson said. Quot it was scrawny. It was full of Porcupine quills. It was so weak they were Able to capture it and put it in a bag quot he said. Alien the Bobcat was brought to him Erickson took it to or. William Mitchell a veterinarian who without charge to oath the animal. The animal is coming along nicely. The game protector plans to take it into a Remote area of the Cameron county mountains and release it when it is fully recovered. Wife who is from Paris. Privileges authorized at Blytheville Ark. Hirry a. Haines publisher Harry w. Haines l�28-68 published Dally except sunday second Lassail Blyth Eville courier news Blytheville Ark. 72315 Broadway at Moultrie second class postage paid at birth Eville Ark. In birth Eville and towns in the Bill Neville Trade territory Home delivery rates 10c single copy $2.00 per month by mail payable in Advance within 50 Miles of birth Eville $12.00 per year outside 50 Miles of birth Eville $24.00 per year Toni and the Captain still More than pals dear Dick could you please Tell me if there is any truth to the Rumor i read about the Captain and Tennille that love has t kept them together and they have gone their separate ways in their personal lives. I sow them Here less than a month ago and everything seemed very Lovey Dovey. . Weaver Tucson Arii. It s still Lovey Dovey. In fact Toni says they Are closer than Ever. They re now off on a 92-City tour and you have to be More than friends to do that. Toni says she s heard the rumours they disturb her and she asked me to Tell everybody that it in t True. Of you be been told. Dear Dick what became of Groucho Marx daughter she used to be on his show some times when she was a Young girl. Marie Bascom Stockton Calif. Groucho has two daughters Melinda and Miriam. It was Melinda who used to be on his show when she was a tot. But she quit show business entirely when she grew up and now is a practising housewife and Mother living in Malibu Calif. Dear Dick the Marx Brothers Are my favourites and i be seen their movies Over and Over. I read where Gummo died and the article said he never appeared with his Brothers in the movies. Is this True i feel As if he was in some of the movies with his Brothers. Mrs. . Staggs Baldwin Park Calif. No Gummo was out. He d worked with Groucho Harp and Chico on the stage for a while but a iii the act years before they came to films. Zeppo was in a few movies and perhaps you re thinking of him. Dear Dick i heard Peter Marshall has artificial legs. Is this True fort Lauderdale Fla. Lev. Dear Dick could you please Tell me what kind of car Kris Kristofferson drove in the movie quot a Star is l.l., Billings Mont. It was a Ferrari. Dear Dick i have asked everyone i know and even consulted the local Library. No one can remember. Could you possibly Tell me the name of Dudley do right s horse if it had a name you remember the cartoon character. Diana Moody Warsaw ind. Maybe the reason nobody remembers is because it is such an unusual name. Dudley called his horse dear Dick i was watching american Bangsund the other Day when i saw the keen Brothers. All i know about them is that one is 12, the other 13, one plays Drums the other piano. Can you Tell me anything More about them j.s., Galesburg Mich. A few things. First they spell their name Keane. Second they Are 11 and 12. John is 11 and he s the drummer but also plays guitar trumpet and vibes. 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