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International
CAIRO -- Another conflict between the
Arabs and Israel could escalate into nuclear
war, Egypt's semiofficial newspaper Al Ah-
ram said yesterday. The Egyptian paper said
Israel must agree now to a just and lasting
peace, "the only way" to avert a nuclear ca-
tastrophe. In Damascus, a spokesperson for
the United Nations observer force in the Go-
lan Heights, the last active Israeli-Arab battle
front, announced that the Israeli and Syrian
armies will complete their disengagement
process today, 24 hours ahead of schedule.
LONDON - Britain conducted an under-
ground nuclear test in Nevada several weeks
ago. It was the fourth test by a nuclear na-
tion this spring, and was immediately con-
demned by U. N. Secretary General Kurt
Waldheim and members of Prime Minister
Harold Wilson's own Labor party. Wilson said
it was carried out to maintain the effective-
ness of Britain's nuclear deterrent. The Atom-
ic Energy Commission in Washington said a
joint U.S.-British underground nuclear wea-
pons test was conducted several weeks ago at
the U. S. nuclear test site in Nevada.

National
WASHINGTON - Charles Colson, former
White House special counsel, has told a pri-
vate investigator that he thinks the CIA may
have been deeply involved in the Watergate
and Daniel Ellsberg break-in cases. But Colson
said in a statement that his conversation was
exploratory and largely conjectural. The in-
vestigator, Richard Bast, said that Colson
saw "a total conspiracy by not only the CIA
but the Pentagon as well to take over the
President by being able to exercise undue in-
fluence."
Wveather
Where is summer? Thanks to the upper
level winds that steer the surface weather, we
will have a first week of summer be more
like what you would expect in the middle of
spring. With winds from the northwest in the
middle and upper regions of the troposphere in
conjunction with a polar high at the surface
we will have fair skies and cool temperatures
in the morning. Afternoon heating will cause
mostly cloudy skies but continued cool weath-
er. At night skies will clear but it will be
chilly again. High 66 to 71, low 49 to 54.

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