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Movement on tha American hostage issue slowed sharply in the aftermath
of the U.S. presidential election and one prominent member of Iran's
Parliament spoke Thursday of "months' for the release of the 52 captives.
The deputy, Sayed Mohammad Dhamenei, also said in a telephone
interview that the Iranian government would "definitely not' negotiate
directly with the U.S. government.
Asked how long it would take to resolve the issue, Khameini said, "!t
depends on the action which the U.S. government will take. Some of them
could be resolved within 24 hours and some in less than six months."
Drcecinolii denies destroying dbcnmentG
WASHINGTON (AP) A spokesman for White House national security
adviser Zbiniew Brzezinski denied a published report Thursday that
Brzezinski ordered intelligence documents destroyed after President Jimmy
Carter was defeated by Ronald Regan in Tuesday's election.
The New York Post quoted three unnamed staff aides to senior Republican
members of the Senate intelligence committee as saying they were told of this
by employees of the National Security Council, which Brzezinski heads.
But NSC spokesman Leonard Lefkow denied the story, saying: "It's
absurd nonsense. It's bizarre."
Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona is the ranking Republican member of the
intelligence panel. His press secretary, Tony Smith, said he doubted
Goldwater would be aware of any such situation because he had been
engaged in a close battle for re-election.
Banko raise rate to 15.5 percent
NEW YORK (AP) The nation's banks Thursday raised their prime
lending rates by one full percentage point to 15.5 percent in the biggest one
day increase in more than a year.
The jump came as no surprise on Wall Street, where analysts attributed the
increase to the banks' rising cost of funds.
Just last week, banks raised the prime the rate charged on loans to blue
chip corporations by one-half percentage point to 14.5 percent. In the last
three months the rate has climbed Vi points.
Chase Manhattan Bank, which led the move to 15.5 percent, said the jump
should not be interpreted as meaning the prime rate would continue to climb
in coming months.
BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP) Iraq pounded Iran's
southwestern stronghold of Abadan with mortars and
artillery Thursday, the 4th day of the Persian Gulf
war, and Iran claimed counterattacks against Iraqi
held Iranian territory there and farther north along the
Iran claimed its "soldiers of Islam" fought a fierce
battle along the Ab2dan-Mash2.hr Road about two
mi'es east of Abadan, and that its warplanes destroyed
Iraqi positions along the -Cahmanshir Jliver, leaving the
ground "littered with Iraqi dead."
Iran claimed its jets struck inside Iraq, hitting
military equipment and installations at Sulaymaniyah,
145 miles north of Baghdad. Tehran Radio claimed
Iranian bombing and strafing runs on other Iraqi
The Baghdad command said an Iranian Phantom
was shot down during raids.
Both sides' clung tenaciously to their positions, the
Iranians holding on to Abadan on the Shatt al-Arab
waterway, and the Iraqis claiming their troops ringing
Abadan could take it at will. Neither side reported any
major change of position.
"We can cross the river into Abadan Island
immediately if we are ordered to do so and capture
Abadan city and its refinery without any. difficulty,"
said Iraqi paratroop Col. Ahmed Hashim.
"But since we have surrounded the whole Abadan
Island completely, our political leadership prefers a
policy of weakening the enemy down until they are
forced to surrender," he iod reporters visiting the
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WILMINGTON (AP) An 0-foot Honduran ship loaded with 20 tons of
marijuana entered Wilmington's port under a Coast Guard tow Thursday, its
cargo to be burned and its crewman to be sent back to South America.
Customs officials say it will be two days before the marijuana can be
weighed and destroyed.
U.S. immigration authorities will process and deport the nine crewmen,
but probably none will be prosecuted because the ship was seized in
international waters, customs officials said.
The Coast Guard will have the ship towed back to Honduras, officials
The Lady Clair was seized Tuesday at 7:57 a.m. about 350 miles southeast
of Wilmington after the Honduran government agreed to allow the Coast
Guard to board the vessel, said spokesman Dick Wehn.
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Iranian Prime Minister Mohammad AS Rajai, in a
visit to the front, said: "We will fight to our last
breath. We. will show (Iraqi President) Saddam Hussein
that he can never become the region's gendarme."
Abadan is Iran's last stronghold ch the disputed
Shatt al-Arab estuary and before the war provided two
thirds of its petroleum needs.
Its capture would give Iraq complete control cf the
Shatt al-Arab, part cf the prewar bcrd:r bctweei the
two nations and Iraq's only waterway to the gu!f.
The city sits cn an island formed by the Karun, Shatt
al-Arab and Cahmanshir riven.
Tehran Radio reported heavy fighting where eastern
Abadan is bordered by the "Eahmanshir, and admitted
that Iraqis had penetrated Abadan's eastern districts cf
Zclfaqar and Fayyaziyeh. It said earlier that the Iraqis
held their positions despite heavy Ics:es, then said it
had cleared the region.
Iran also cl: mined its forces killed SCO Iraqis in
fighting at Sasangtrd, 25 miles north cf Abadan, in
Ham province at the north-central point of the front,
and at Dezful. The garrison city is 150 miles ncrth cf
Abadan, 50 miles east cf the Iraqi border and the site
of one cf the largest air bases in the Middle East.
Tehran Radio reported that Iranian warplanes
bombed Iraqi positions near Ah'.vaz, capital cf cll-rich
Khuzistan province, but did not elaborate.
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Probable cause to stand trial was found Thursday in the
cases of four Chapel HiU residents who were arrested on drug
charges Sept. 24. .
The four appeared before N.C. District Judge Stanley Peels
in District Court in Chapel Hill.
The drug charges stem from an undercover operation
conducted in Chapel Hill this summer by the State Bureau of
Investigation, the Chapel Hill Police Department, the
Carrboro Police Department and the University Police.
Seventeen people were arrested as a result of the operation,
including seven UNC students. -
UNC sophomore John William Edwards, 414 Ridgefield
Dr., was found with probable cause to stand trial on charges
of possession with intent to sell and sale of cocaine. SBI special
agent Bruce Black testified that Edwards sold him 27.8 grams
of white powder, 40 percent of which was pure cocaine, for
$2,050 on Aug. 25. .
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Probable cause was found in the case cf Charles Knies, 20,
a cook at Harrison's Resturant and Bar in Chapel. Hill. Knies is
charged with possession and sale of LSD.
Ned Thompson, 22, an equipment operator for Ecbby
Arrington Construction Co., was found with probable cause
to stand trial on two counts each of possession and sale of
Peele also found probable cause in the case cf Shirley Ann
Tharp, 32, of Pittsboro. Tharp is charged with possession and
sale of cocaine. Tharp also is charged with possession of
marijuana, but that charge will not be heard until Dec. 16.
A charge of possession of marijuana against Patrick
Thomas Moore, 22, 414 Ridgefield Dr. was dismissed. 1
He named three prominent Democrats
to his foreign policy advisory
committee Sen. Henry M. Jackson cf
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Edward E:nn:tt Williams and said he
would like to establish a tip art:; in
approach to foreign policy questions.
Reagan, with Vice Prc::d:nt-!:ct
George Bush at his side, also made these
He would not rule cut at this ccxly
stage running for re-clectich in 124,
adding, "I feel just fine."
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"Paraphernalia laws are a real
problem," he said.
Entertainment for the smoke-in will
include rock band, Earth Revival, and a
reggae band called Inner Mentality,
Qanga said. Several speakers including
a UNC student who had been arrested
on drug charges also are scheduled.
More Yippie movement tables will be set
up at Homecoming and at the Mother's
Finest concert Nov. 13, Ganga said, and
, posters advertising the smoke-in and the
movement would be dispersed
throughout the state in the coming
weeks. Ganga said the threat of arrest
from local police was a fact of life. "I
have to live with the fear of being
arrested every day," he said. "I expect
I'll be going to jail in the next year or so,
because (the country) will have a
backlash against leftward groups soon."
"The more people we have, the less
room for cops," Ganga said. "The only .
way to find out how the cops are going
to react (to the smoke-in) is to hold it
and find out,'.' he said. Neither the
Chapel Hill Police nor the campus police
were aware of the rally Thursday
afternoon and said they had no plans for
Money! from button sales will buy-T-shirts
promoting the event. Proceeds
from the T-shirts sales will help pay for
Ganga said interest Thursday
afternoon had been good and that more
than $40 had been raised by 2 p.m.
"I- feef that one of the reasons that
ERA lacks support in the states is
because the men haven't been supportive
enough," said Josh Kardon, a 22-year-old
student from Raleigh. Kardon
recently has been distributing pamphlets
end answering questions from a booth in
the Union sponsored by the Association
of Women students.
"The reason it has encompassed
difficulty in North Carolina is because
the opponents have been playing to the
fears of people who are uneducated
against ERA," he said.
o He does not believe his election
of the population and pledged to
'aggressively pursue equal rights for
women even though he opposes the
Equal Rights 'Amendment. . ,
o He hopes to name his Cabinet by
late November or early December.
Asked whether he would make an effort
to recruit blacks and other minorities for
Cabinet posts, Reagan said, "These will
be considerations of course...ycs, we
will be looking at that." He said he
might even consider a Democrat or two.
He views his victory as a mandate
to pursue his economic policies, which
include a 30 percent tax cut spread out
over three years and at least a 2 percent
reduction a year in the rate of growth of
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"I've taken the time to read what it
says. ERA isn't the big scary
amendment that everyone thinks it is. It
isn't going to dictate that places will
have unisex bathrooms. Even if that
were, true, that a: woman does the same
job and gets paid Jess is scarierto me,?' -he
"I happen to feel that equality for
women is also a liberation for men. It
alleviates some cf the pressures cf
dominating any sexual relationship,
bringing home the bacon and all the
other traditional things that males have
been looked upon to do.
"All the Equal Rights Amendment
means is that no one will be able to
discriminate on account of sex
anymore," Kardon said.
o He said that although he ( viewed
human rights as important, he; would
not turn away from a country that has
been friendly to the United States even
though there may be a dispute pn this
o He promised that Bush' 'would
have ah important role' In the
administration, but did not spell it out.
Told that some conservatives ha
that Bush, considered a moderat
better stick to a conservative line when
he takes office, Reagan said he and Bush
were a ' team and had a growing
He called Bush a valuable as:;t, and
said his abilities would be put to use.
"No, he isn't going to be going to a lot
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