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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - June 23, 1974, Corsicana, Texas Soviet jews Are arrested Moscow a Security police were holding about 40 jews in six soviet cities Satur Day in a drive to prevent protests during president Nixon jewish sources three Moscow jews termed the arrests shameless blackmail of american Public the responsibility for such blackmail should be Laid on the soviet and american declared Mikhail Vitaly Rubin and Inessa Axelrod in an open Appeal to the More than a dozen jews were picked up in Moscow thursday and Friday and the others were from five cities with Large jewish populations Kiev and the sources said Many More have been questioned and warned against they said More arrests were possible before Nixon arrival thursday for a we Klong most of the detainees have unsuccessfully sought permission to emigrate to Israel and have been Active in protesting soviet emigration no new arrests were reported saturday and one prominent Alexander was released saturday a scientist who is organizing an unofficial seminar with Western scientists on july was detained Friday and again other Well known activists still in custody were Alexander David Azbel and Leon id some jewish activists have claimed that Nixon commencement speech at the naval where he indicated that emigration was an internal soviet encouraged the current the jewish Community Here largely credits american Public and congressional pressure for the thousands of emigration permits already most jewish activists maintain that Only Strong pressure like the congressional efforts to tie Trade concessions for Russia to liberalized emigration policies will bring about further emigration Kissinger Book says held up Aid Washington a Secretary of defense James Schlesinger resisted sending planes and tanks badly needed by Israel in the Early Days of the 1973 Middle East according to a new biography of Henry the authors say the Pentagon chief and his top William Clements a Texas drilling delayed at a time Israel was reeling from the Arab hoping to avoid further alienation of the Arab the account of american involvement in the 1973 War is contained in written by lbs correspondents Marvin and Bernard an excerpt was printed in he new York times sunday the which will be published later this maintains it was Only after repeated and direct orders from president Nixon that the Pentagon finally began the Supply Effort to enable Israel to begin a the following account is taken from the excerpts in the times Magazine Kissinger Felt double crossed by the russians at the outset of the in View of agreements promising to inform the United states of any threat to the Kissinger original strategy was to avoid provoking the arabs with a Large scale Amer ican Supply but when Israel was not Able of quickly repulse the arabs he began working to get planes and tanks for Schlesinger at first refused even to allow israeli planes to up ammunition and spare parts in the United fearing an Arab Oil when the defense department reluctantly said it might allow 16 phantoms to go to israeli ambassador Simcha Dinitz indicated to Kissinger he would invoke the political Power of the american jewish even a presidential order issued 9 to replace All israeli plane and tank losses did not cause Schlesinger to Hughes contribution examined in report Washington a one of two camping contributions from billionaire Howard Hughes to a close personal Friend of president Nixon was set in motion after John Mitchell approved Hughes million bid to buy a vegas gambling the staff of the Senate watergate committee the 47page report to the senators Calls the administrations handling of Hughes efforts to buy the dunes hotel a classic Case of governmental decision making for As the evidence the apparent decision by Mitchell to approve the dunes Pur Chase is clothed with the appearance of in the report the facts of this Case suggest impropriety to a significant degree and raise serious questions about Campaign contributions and Justice department the report was made available to Ine associated press by a source close to the com Mittee it analyses the relation Between Hughes repeated attempts to expand his Las vegas hotel and gambling Empire and the Hughes paid out to Nixon Bebe Rebozo at about the same committee sources say the investigation has left Many questions unanswered and Many leads not fully the committee is scheduled to end its probe officially next Friday the Day it issues its final the approval to buy the a Deal which later fell through for purely financial came after the Justice departments antitrust division had frustrated Hughes 1968 attempt to buy the stardust the report noted that Richard the Man selected to present the Case for the dunes Purchase directly to had delivered the in Cash to the Money was returned last the report deals in detail with the testimony of Robert who was fired As head of Hughes Nevada want ads 8723033 other 8722551 Texas 75110 june 1974 Price 25 cents 68 6 sections Low key optimism Felt before trip to Russia Beautiful brother one of three rare White Bengal gets a brotherly nudge from his brother following their births thursday at the Cincinnati Only 30 such rare animals Are known to exist in the entire Odds on three such animals being born Are too High to officials the White bengals have Gray stripes and ice Blue the cub on the left is a Normal Orange and the Only Normal one among the four round the clock care has been set up for fear that one or All might a wire photo no drastic changes seen in status of state Home by Nancy Roberts Sun staff writer several officials said last week that they do not believe the future of the Corsicana state Home is in danger because of current advocacy of Foster Home care instead of the institutional care of Dorothy Pollock of the president of the a students association of the state told the daily Sun Early this month in afraid the state Homes in she referred to an article from the Austin american which discussed Foster care and institutional care and said the article upset me very her feelings were echoed at a meeting of the chamber of Commerce Here june at that meeting Drew Gillen reported that he had talked with state Bill Heatley when he was Here to speak at the Homecoming at the state Home june Gillen said Heatley had Learned that there is a Strong drive among factions in the state to do away with the state Home in favor of the Foster Home the state Home Here is under supervision of the Texas youth efforts by the daily Sun to Contact both Ron executive director of the and Forrest the chair Man of the Board of the have been Larry a legislative assistant to Ron checked with Tyc who discounted the possibility of drastic change Russell called Sarah Cunningham at the who told him that the whole Issue had been blown out of he added that she said that Tyc has absolutely no plans whatsoever to close Down the Corsicana Jack superintendent of the local state told the Sun that both Smith and Jackson had appeared at a meeting of the a students june they reassured them association members that the Texas youth Council will not autopsy sought in death of Texas Oil millionaire Wichita a an autopsy is not expected until monday in the deaths of and Bobby found shot to death in their High Security Home an was believed one of the wealthiest men in the although this was difficult to determine because of his extreme secrecy about his business and private Burns was found shot twice in the head and once in the Arm As he Lay Paja malade in the master his was lying in a second a pistol wound in the they were found by servants and were believed to have been dead about 12 police clamped unusual secrecy on the even warning ambulance and mor gue attendants not to police said Only that they found a pistol near the twin the House is almost burglar set on a six acre estate surrounded by a High Wall and patrolled by sentry Only definitely want to continue operation of the which will always be but will also give every support to the said its students Are a vital part of the we have turned the and the air has been said the now were going to think of positive the article Pollock referred to was one from the Austin american last May 23 which quoted june coordinator of the Texas youth councils institutions from the Agency Central the article reported that she Felt that children age 12 and younger needed the close relationship and personal at Tention that Only a family can she was also quoted As saying that despite All kinds of Good care these facilities can institutional living is almost always and that not the kind of support Young children the Tyc official also said that a joint study conducted by both the Texas youth Council and the department of Public welfare found most of the 55 preadolescent living in the Corsicana state Home could probably be adopted or put in Foster Homes with few adjustment the article is reprinted in full today on Page Washington a pres ident Nixon Heads for the sum Mit in Moscow tuesday hoping to promote detente through new nuclear and eco nomic officials Here Are careful not to excite american sex but Leonid Berezh the communist party Lead already has set an optimistic tone predicting new agreements that will please people in both Nixon and an entourage headed by Secretary of state Henry Kissinger will Stop first in Brussels for the signing of a new declaration on relations with its allies in the North Atlantic treaty Kissinger plans to report to the nato Council after the Summit and to swing through Munich and London for meetings with West German and British Nixon soviet visit begins on thursday and will last a with probable Side Tours to such cities As Yalta and coming on the heels of a five nation trip to the Middle the Moscow Summit serves to focus attention at Home on the secret missile pact denied Washington a allegations that Secretary of state Henry Kissinger made secret nuclear arrangements with soviet leaders in 1972 Are to tally without Merit or any foun Dation the state department said there Are no secret agree ments of any Robert an the department spokes told reporters in disputing reports suggesting the russians were allowed to build More missile launchers than con Gress had been led to believe was permissible under the soviet Henry d a critic of the administrations negotiating had supported the allegations As being reliable and credit according to one a the 950 sea based mis Siles allowed the soviet Union were raised to while the total was lowered from 710 to presidents interest and accomplishments in the foreign critics suggest that Nixon Hopes thereby to offset his watergate troubles and to improve his chances in Congress of surviving the impeachment the administration looked to the Summit session to produce a comprehensive treaty limiting strategic nuclear but it lowered its sights when a Kissinger mis Sion to the Kremlin in March did not result in the break through needed to expand upon the pioneering 1972 Salt Secretary of defense James Schlesinger and other senior officials seem confident that Nixon visit will re sult at least in a partial ban on underground nuclear tests and in an agreement in principle to limit the deployment of new so Viet missiles with multiple War standing in the Way of a new Salt Accord arc internal debates within the two countries As Well As differences Between them on How to Meas ure nuclear strength and on the significance of the soviets massive even As the Summit a fresh controversy broke out Paul the top Penta gon representative on the Salt without specifically mentioning watergate or the impeachment he expressed doubt that an accept Able agreement could be worked out under the Circum stances existing at the present Henry d charged that the administration secretly negotiated startling changes in the and soviet missile Levels permitted under the 1972 knowledgeable sources said that the 950 sea based missiles allowed the soviet Union were raised to while the total was lowered from 710 to president Nixon and Kissin Ger Are set to leave next week for a third round of Summit talks in it is said an that this false suspicion has been raised just before the presidents trip to the so Viet he said Kissinger is prepared to address the Issue at a news conference monday morning and in testimony to the Senate arms control subcommittee headed by Jackson on monday to partly Cloudy with slight Chance of Thunder showers today and not quite As warm a High in the lower 90s and the Low sunday night in the winds Light and variable becoming Light and northerly at probability of rain is 20 per High monday in the patriotic gesture it seems like fun to Amber Patrice Helton Friday As she unloaded her Doggie Bank of pennies at the first National but she was doing her bit to help the Penny Marceline Bowers takes the coins for ambers savings staff photo by Monte Smith Shes doing her part to relieve shortage by Sofia Cano Sun staff writer the Navarro county consultation Center was named by county commissioners Friday As the delegating Agency for a program to provide services to the courts for persons charged with driving while the As presented by Rose executive director of the received unanimous approval from the she will appear before the Texas commission on alcoholism in june to request an Grant for the the application for the Grant has already been forwarded to Tea by the regional advisory and alcohol and drug abuse committee of the North Central Texas Council of of which Praisner is a Praisner said the program will include a coun Selor working with courts to prevent continued Dpi of fenders and educational classes telling what happens to the body when alcohol is taken she said the consultation Center already provides psychological and psychiatric services for anyone who has problems because of alcohol but that the new Counselor present Clear and viable services to the courts for alcohol this proposal has received support from All the courts in the Praisner including and she said the program has also been endorsed by Guy City traffic and safety who had made a request to the Center for developing a plan to help persons with alcohol related a slightly worn snoopy dog might have looked a Little out of place in the first National Bank lobby Friday but it represented the response of a Young lady and her Mother to one of the country most recent and most urgent Shor the snoopy dog is a Bank which has held three Earold Amber Patrice he tons savings for the past on she and her Marilyn brought ambers Penny amounting to to first National in response to a recent plea by executive vice president of the and mint officials for private citizens to turn in their pennies to relieve this Helton said ambers and started the Childs savings in the snoopy Bank when she was Only six months Amber adopted the saving habit said her we would give her a handful of pennies and Tell her to go feed snoopy and she would do said she dragged the Bank around with her until it got too and then we sat it by the television for her to feed Helton said Amber understood about trading her pennies in at the we told her the Bank needed the pennies because it didst have enough for All the other boys and and asked her if she would be willing to share said she said Amber was excited about getting dollars for the and understood she would put the dollars in a savings account and get a Book telling her How much Money she commenting on the Childs trading in the were certainly pleased that Amber has traded her pennies and i Hope she realizes what a patriotic act this if More people would follow ambers he con our country would gradually be relieved of the pressure of the current Penny Moore said Amber will receive a Treasury department certificate for cashing in Over dollars in he said another local will also receive a certificate for recently trading in in Moore explained the current Penny shortage is actually an artificial since there Are really plenty of pennies in due to the hording of pennies by Many the mint May be forced to wastefully use taxpayers Money in producing enough pennies for he he explained that by bringing pennies out of the country can avoid wasting Copper and taxpayers

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