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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta No home runs hit at Moscow summit By FRANK CORMIER MOSCOW Leonid Brezhnev said Tuesday night he had reached agreement with President Nixon on further limiting anti-ballistic- missile defence systems and curbing underground nuclear tests stealing the show with a toast at a dinner Nixon gave for him at the United States ambassador's also spoke of ac- cord on to limit offensive nuclear weapons in address- ing the Soviet people on the eve of his return made no dramatic claims for the Moscow summit hit no home a well-placed American official we expected none In his television-radio beamed to a vast audience in the Soviet Union and other parts of the Nixon announced plans for a A gift for Trudeau Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau displays a paisley-embroidered papier-mache rooster presented him by party faithful during a campaign visit to Liberal head- quarters in Montreal Tuesday SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE STARTS THURSDAY 9 A.M. AMALFI GOLD CROSS GREB LADIES' SANDALS PRICED TO CLEAR CLEARANCE OUT THEY GO LADIES' DRESS SHOES Gold Cron La Valha Amalli 128 8 to PRICED TO CLEAR SUMMER HANDBAGS White Beige OFF CHILDREN SHOES by Savage Assortment of styles and sizes BENEFIT SHOES The Home of Good Shoes 615 4th South Thursday A Friday 9 P.M. fourth annual American- Soviet summit meeting to take place in the U S in 1975 But Brezhnev would not commit himself to a 1975 meeting and m his comments referred to it only as an vitation Nixon did not mention the arms agreements referred to by Brezhnev in either his televised address or m his toasts At the the U S president said only that the progress at the three annual summits was made possible by taken by the leaders of both countries Nixon also assured Brezhnev that the policy of closer relations between the Soviet Union and the U S is sapported by great majori- ty of the American people Brezhnev said the signing of the arms agreements today will serve to 'lessen the risk of war and restrain the arms race He assured Nixon that Soviet people on their part en- tertain feelings of friendship and respect for the American and said he is certain mutual feelings will grow and strengthen The dinner was given by Nixon for Brezhnev and the other Soviet Presi- dent Nikolai Podgorny and Premier Alexei Kosygin Nixon's measured as he spoke live Tuesday night from the Kremlin on televi- sion and radio in the Soviet Union and other parts of the seemed to underscore the caution expressed earlier American officials Israel denounced for ruining city QUNEITRA A num- ber of foreign diplomats de- nounced Israel and expressed revulsion Tuesday after a visit to this devastated Golan Heights capital city a week after the Israeli army return- ed it to Syria A total of 30 diplomats to Damascus were invited by the Syrian authorities to see for themselves what the governor of Quneitra Nayef Nofal charged was deliberate Israeli atrocity of systematically flattening the city before their withdrawal said British ambassador David Roberts They turned the whole city into rums is cer- tainly no justification for what Israel has done here what the Israelis have done here is against every decent human principle and beyond im- said Greek Am- bassador Jean Tsaousis Only a handful of damaged structures still in what seven years ago was a thriving city of people The city was captured by Is- rael in the 1967 war It was returned to Syrian civilian administration last in compliance with the agreement for the disengage- ment of Syrian and Israeli forces worked out by U S State Secretary Henry Kissinger last month who acted as appealed to the diplomatic party inform the world about what Israel means when it claims it is a civilized country A couple of thousand of the- original inhabitants have re- turned to the city They live in the including the cells of the city jail They said his meetings here cannot produce final agree- ment on curbing multi- warhead the major piece of unfinished business on the present U S Soviet agenda The president himself said We have many difficulties yet to be overcome in achiev- ing full control over strategic nuclear arms But each step carries us and builds confidence in the process of negotiation itself Without once mentioning a search foi a formula to restrict multiple warhead Nixon talked in general terms about less far- reaching accords which he saw as part of a process of weaving a fabric of co- operation COMMUNIQUE TODAY A conference-ending com- munique today is expected to state agreement on halting at least some jinderground tests of nuclei weapons and further limitations on the two countries' anti-ballistic mis- sile defence systems The president and Brezhnev had been expected to resume Tuesday's face-to-face meetings in the but got together instead at 4 25 p m There was no explana- tion for the delay Although tne meeting was a White House spokesman termed it good day of substantive and a formal statement indicated discussion of major agenda items It said An exchange of views took place on the ques- tions referring to the limita- tion of strategic armaments and the limiting of un- derground nuclear also on the problem of peaceful settlement in the Middle on the question of reduction of armed forces and armaments in Central Europe and on a number of other international problems King 'not safe in church no more' Ga Southern Baptist hymns met mourners who came Tuesday to file past the pale pink coffin only a few feet from where Mrs Martin Luther King Sr was shot to death Sunday just want to be able to tell him later he had seen Mrs said a young black man carrying a baby in his arms The coffin lay at the altar from which her father preach- ed before the turn of the cen- tury and her husband and sons preached for decades later feel so said an el- black man 'She never did bother nobody You ain't safe in the church no more let alone in the streets The hymns were played by a young man at the organ on which Mrs was play- ing The Lord's Prayer for Sun- day services when a young black man opened fire with two pistols A church deacon also was killed and a woman wounded Marcus Wayne of was bound over to a grand jury Monday on two counts of murder and one of aggravated assault The only member of the King family present was Mrs Isaac her last surviv- ing child taught us to love and not to she said Most of the mourners ap- peared to be persons of modest means They were young and black and white Several elderly some members of the wept Funeral services for Mrs whose slain preached non-violence in the black struggle for civil rights and won the Nobel Peace were scheduled for today MRS KINGSR Fleet returns WASHINGTON The U S Navy has quietly return- ed to the Indian Ocean after more than two months The guided missile cruiser Chicago two destroyers and an oiler entered the ocean yesterday The navy acknowledged the move only when and said it was but a senior ad- miral here said it is a 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