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December 03, 1975 - Image 8

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age Eight


Wednesday, December 3, 1975

Ford in F
(Continued from Page 1)
FORD WILL have a second
round of talks with Chinese
leaders today.
Senior U.S. officials have al-
ready acknowledged there will
be no major results from theI
trip, but they hope Ford can
i m p r o v e Sino-U.S. relations,
i which have failed to maintain
the momentum begun during
former President Richard Nix- Y
on's visit.
The official S o v i e t news
agency Tass castigated Teng
yesterday for what it called the
"vicious attacks" he made in
his toast at a banquet honoring'
Ford Monday night. Tass quoted {
Ford without comment as say-
ing that the United States would
work to lessen dangers and'
would probe new opportunities
for peace. A
WARNING the United States o
of the danger of detente with the
Soviet Union, Teng referred to
the Soviet Union as "the coun-
try which most zealously preach-
es peace but is the most dan-

AP Photo
.t that he
s with Sen.
Ariz.), and
for an ap.-
mier jailer
an aide to
had never
a limousine'
f't when the

AP Photo
President and Ms. Ford, escorted by Vice Premier Li Esien-nien, left, visit the Temple of
Heaven in Peking yesterday. The building in the background is the Hall of Prayers of Good

Tea for two, and...
pair of construction workers take advantage of balmy Kansas City weather
their lunch break.
Jailerfreesman, resgns

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presents 366 days in the land of the fee
and the home of the knave
"Funny, grisly, biting, satiric in the grand.
s(athing tradition of H.. L Mencken. The calendar
rangesfar and wide toilluminate events that never
? x r quite got into textbooks .A Bice ntennial item to
treabo re A\ >AA '\E wsdav
A fine and necessary iconoclastic anti-
dote to some of the balderdash we will be endur-
ing next year The National Lampoon Calendar
ci mn1cs LuP wthi good news for anyone who fears
that thiris are gettng lust terrible in this great and
beautiful counctr'_Cheer up: things have always
bean terrible - Kansas City Star
"Social commentary in the tradition of
Lenny Bruce at his sharpest."
;.'),iio alour bdoko roA!!iino R nt oa

gerous source of war." VANCOUVER, Wash. (A') - A to, Calif., was last seen Thurs- auto, told Wainrigh
Tass quoted unnamed U.S. jailer who freed a Clark County day when he and a companion, had business dealing
journalists accompanying Ford jail inmate because he believed riding in a limousine Williams Barry Goldwater (R-
as saying that the Chinese the prisoner's claim that he was rented by telephone, arrived at that he had to leave
speech "was so arrogant and so a "true Christian" says he re- Portland's airport. pointment, the for]
hostile to the policy of relaxa- signed to save the sheriff em- I "I pray for him," said Wain- said.
tion of tension . . ." that the barrassment. right, who describes himself as IN WASHINGTON,
President had considered mak-! "He said he was a true Chris- a devout Christian and "kind of Goldwater said he1
ing "a more resolute reply" in tian, and he wouldn't do any- a soft heart." heard of Williams.
his own speech. thing to hurt me," said former Williams, who was being held With Wainright'sf
Ford read Teng's toast an' jailer Waldo Wainright of long- for f e d e r a 1 authorities on Williams telephoneda
hour in advance but did not gone inmate Ray Alan Williams. charges of grand larceny and rental agency and lel
make a toast of his own. WILLIAMS, 28, of Sacramen- interstate transport of a stolen vehicle arrived.
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MAO MET yesterday with the sIghtened pOt ysoe day,"
eight people in Ford's travelling I eono fe sstraightened out some day
party, including the President's; 111 tW LP e rainrig.
wife Betty and daughter Susan. WAINRIGHT turned in his;
Susan Ford was on a trip' badge Friday because he felt his!
outside the capital to the Great e - pedccontinued work "would be an
Wall and the Ming Tombs when embarrassment to the sheriff's
she got a telephone message to office." He was a probationary
return to Peking immediately ' Continued on Page 5) maximum advantage-recording employe in his fourth month of
for the Mao meeting. She had instrumental backing by mem- her own chorus in one track or work.
to skip the visit to the tombs,' bers of the L. A. Express. in repeating a phrase like Now, Wainright said, he has
but she had already trekked up The song "The Jungle Line" "birth and death" until it be- learned much about human na- I
the steep grades of the serpen- pits Joni (on Moog and acoustic comes interchangable in mean- ture.
tine wall, stopping occasionally , guitar) against a rhythmtic ing with another phrase "I feel the Lord will lead me
to be photographed and take backdrop of African warrior g' in the right direction," he said.
pictures herself. drums. The combination results WITH The Hissing Of Summer Sheriff Gene Cotton said that
Susan, who wore a full-length 1 in a primitive dance within an I Lawns, Joni is bound to arouse ! he was "surprised to the point
muskrat fur coat against the electronic backing. Although * controversy among those of her of disbelief" when he heard
f r e e z i n g temperatures, de- she is a complex composer, she fans who prefer the beautiful about the incident. He said he i
scribed the 5th century B.C. is also capable of reverting back simplicity of her earlier work or is satisfied that the escape was
fortification as "g o r g e o u s, ' to her old soloist stance as she even the pop music feel of her not an inside job.
amazing and prettier than the does in the closing track last couple albums. He said no one should be al-
pictures." "Shadows And Light." She is, ironically, in Dvlan's lowed out of jail unless he pos-
"IT'S MORE than I ever ex- Joni's poetic artistry is in former position where the mu- sesses a court order.
pected," she said. "I feel like top form as in her description sical progress she's making at-
I'm in a fantasy. It's a whole of a helicopter landing on a tracts new listeners and alien- e "
other world.' building as a "a dragonfly on ates old ones. But like Dylan, Srae 1 e
- --- -- a tomb." Art and graphics must she has proven that she is talent-
b ccupying a significant por-|ed enough to overcome such
tion of her time, as in two of criticism by producing exellent 1 i
the songs, she pays tribute to compositions that need no ju1tifi- E
the painter Rosseau and art cation--only comprehension. ~.k
critic-journalist Tom Wolfe. The Though it is a complex workCr
album's artwork is particularly that requires the active partici-1 (Continued from Page 1)
noteworthy-a group of savages Ipation of the listener to discern OPPOSITION Likud PartyI
haul away a huge snake in front its mystery, the real value of leader Menahem Begin, who in-
of a skyline of New York City this artistic statement lies in her troduced the no confidence mo-
on the cover while the liner j adroit way of suiting her lyrics tion, declared the Security Coun-
photo features an arresting pic- to the musical accompaniment. cil development was the "direct
ture of Joni floating in a swim- One may not agree with the result of the government's lack
ming pool. direction she's taking, but, with of leadership and policy." He
THE BEST feature of the new this LP, there should no longer called for an election.
LP, despite her first-rate music be any doubt that she's breaking A ministerial committee an-
and lyrics, is the incredible new ground and uncovering nounced yesterday that four
vocal range she's developed. those buried musical treasures more Israeli settlements would{
Not only does she sing well that reside exclusively within be set up on the occupied Golan
but she uses her voice to its her. Heights-where the mandatenofw
- -------------- --.------ . ~----the U.N. buffer force has now

of Hughes
hoax book
NEW YORK (I) - Clifford
Irving's right to publish a fic-
tionalized version of his hoax
biography of multimillionaire in-
dustrialist Howard Hughes was
ruheld unanimously yesterday
by the Appellate Division of
state Supreme Court.
Irving was sentenced in 1972
to 2 years in prison for de-
frauding the McGraw-Hill pub-
lishing comoany of $750,000 in
nresenting his hoax book as
Hghes' own account of his life.
Most of the money was recover-
ed. Irving served 16 months of
the sentence.
ROSEMONT Enterprises, Inc.
which said it had exclusive
rights to publications about
Hughes, claimed that the fic-
tionalized version, printed in
Spain, came under the ban im-
posed by state Supreme Court
Justice Gerald Culkin on the
hoax biography.
The appeals court also reject-
ed a claim by Rosemont that it
would be hurt economically by
the fictionalized work, the court
noting that "since its contract
with Hughes in 1965, it does not
seem to have made any effort
to engage in any publishing ven-
ture regarding Hughes."
The appellate justices said
"Irving's contention that Hugh-
es' contract with Rosemont re-
presents a protective device or
a preventive mechanism seems
more soundly based."
THE JUSTICES agreed with
state Supreme Court Justice An-
drew Tyler, who had ruled in
favor of Irving, in regard to the
fictionalized version, that Hugh-
es is a public figure "who can-
not be immune from public dis-
In giving Irving permission to
publish the hoax book as fiction,
Tyler said last August that
Hughes "cannot have a mono-
poly, nor can he give a mono-
poly to any entity with respect
to works concerning his lif."
Missouri is the nation's
leading producer of black wal-
nut lumber.
is pound
to veto the Security Council
resolution ,and Prime Minister
Rabin was expected to refer to
the state of the alliance with
Washington during the Knesset
Rabin reported to the Knes-
set's Defense and Foreign Af-
fairs Committee yesterday on
contacts he had had with the
Ford Administration ,over the
Informed sources said Ameri-
can leaders had sent messages
reassuring Israel that the U.S.
will not allow the Security Coun-
cil to force a Middle East solu-
tion on Israel.
PRESIDENT Ford was report-
ed by the newspaper Maariv to
have stressed the need for mu-

tual confidence and increased
The sources said Secretary of
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been renewed fora further six
THERE are already about 20
villages there and they have
been the target of recent Arab
guerrilla attacks from behind
the U.N. buffer zone.
Political commentators here
said Israel felt let down by the
United States, which declined
Openinq Tomorrow Niaht
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State Henry issinger naQ told
Israeli Foreign Minister Yigal
Allon that the U.S. had not
changed its stand on the PLO.
Washington supports Israel's re-
fusal to negotiate with the PLO
until it stops guerrilla raids and
recognizes the Jewish state.

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