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NEW YORK (AP) In an open letter published Sunday in newspapers
worldwide, Yoko Ono said donations to a fund set up by her husband, John
Lennon, had reached $100,000 since his shooting death Dec. 8. She thanked
his fans for their condolences.
The letter, published as a full-page advertisement and titled "In
Gratitude," appeared in the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the
London Sunday Times and in newspapers in Germany and Japan.
; "I thank you for your feeling of anger for John's death," Ono wrote. "I
share your anger. 1 am angry at myself for not having been able to protect
John. I am angry at myself and at all of us for allowing our society to fall
apart to this extent. : 1 r
"The only 'revenge' that would mean anything to us, is to turn the society
around in time, to one that is based on love and trust as John felt it could be.
The only solace is to show that it could be done, that we could create a world
of peace on earth for each other and for our children."
WASHINGTON (AP) With gospel hymns and
opera, bluegrass and black-tie ballet, the capita! is
whooping it up for the inauguration of Ronald Reagan
. a celebration made aii the sweeter by brightening
prospects for the hostages release.
Reagan, who will become president of the United
States at noon Tuesday, contributed to the cautious
euphoria Sunday on his way to church by remarking
that if Iran gives up the hostages, "I'll sign anything.'
The president-elect and his wife, choosing carefully
which of the dozens of inaugural events to attend,
worshipped at the National Presbyterian Church,
attended .a luncheon and planned to make an appearance
at three black-tie Kennedy Center inaugural concerts
opera, ballet and classical music in the evening.
gin government to dissolve Knesset
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. JERUSALEM (AP) Prime Minister Menachem Begin V government, .
battered by economic and foreign policy problems and the loss of its ruling
majority, announced Sunday it would dissolve Israel's Parliament and call
elections for July 7, four months ahead of schedule. ;
The opposition Labor Party immediately proposed elections for May 12
and accused the government of stalling. ; .
Begin's normal term expires Nov. 17. ; V
Begin- said after a Cabinet meeting that his Likud Party would introduce
the necessary legislation Monday to dissolve Israel's Parliament, the Knesset.
He said he hoped the bill could be passed by Wednesday, .
After the adoption of a dissolution bill, the government continues to
function with full powers until a new government is formed, which could
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speech that will set the tone of his administration. A
senior transition aide said the speech, only 15 minutes
long, will "give Americans a sense of what kind of
president Ronald Reagan is going to be" -
The theme is "begin an era of renewal," the official
said. "The tone is upbeat, can-do spirit, tap the
American spirit, trust in the people, cut back on
government, give more power to the states. Its content
is economic urgency: move on inflation, taxes and big
government ... it tells the Reagan constituency they
have an ally in their work."
Reagan will deliver the speech from the flag-festooned
west front of the Capitol, reading from 5-by-8 inch
cards. The transition aide said Reagan wrote 80 percent
of the speech in longhand on a yellow legal pad during
a recent five-hour flight to Los Angeles from Washington.
"This is what he wanted to say," the aide said. "This
is the way he wanted to say it."
The Bible Reagan will use to take the oath of office
belonged to his mother, Nellie Reagan, and will be
open to II Chronicles 7:14:-
"If my people, which are called by my name, shall
humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and
turn from their wicked ways; then will 1 hear from
heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal the
Vice president-elect George Bush and his wife were
the attractions at some inaugural parties Sunday. Bush
told one gathering of diplomats that the new adminis
tration's top priority will be the economy but "You
must not interpret that to mean there will be less on
foreign affairs. It's a small world, and things go hand
Mrs. Bush, who fell and cut her kg at the Texas State
Society party Saturday night, wore a bandage as she
accompanied her husband to three receptions in less
than an hour.
One reception, for 5,000 guests at $10 a head, had
neither Reagan nor Bush as an attraction. Instead, 32
state and territorial governors were featured and
Reagan's older daughter, Maureen, was on hand
briefly. Former Gov. John B. Connally of Texas was.
nearly mobbed when he came in.
' Television crews were rehearsing Tuesday's big show:
at the Capitol, where Reagan will take the oath of office,
down the Pennsylvania Avenue parade route, and in
front of the White House where Reagan will review the
bands, marchers and riders.
City officials talked in terms of 100,000 out-of-town
visitors for the hoopla surrounding the inauguration of
the nation's 40th president. One special group, 206 of
the nation's 272 living holders of the Congressional
Medal of Honor accepted invitations to the festivities.
The grand sur of the capital was enhanced by the
weather, a brilliant sun and crisp temperatures reflect
ing the snow patches remaining from a snowfall a week
ago. About the same conditions were forecast for
Inauguration Day: a bit more clouded, noon
temperature about 42, and to the relief of inaugura
tion planners no new snow.
At the church, the same one that Dwight D. Eisenhower
attended when he was president, the Reasons were greeted
by a small, band of demonstrators carrying signs extolling
the Equal Rights Amendment. Reagan, who opposes
adding the amendment to the Constitution, shrugged his
Even if they wanted to, Reagan and his wife could not
attend all of the functions, public and private.
Washington has become a veritable fair, with something
The Reas-s stood in sub-freezing weather Saturday
at the Lincoln Memorial for the formal opening of the
inaugural celebration, which featured 13,000 aerial
rockets and a laser light show.
Robert K. Gray and Charles Z. Wick, co-chainnen of
the inaugural committee, have said the celebration will be
the biggest and most expensive ever.
The $3 million-plus cost is bome by participants and
wealthy contributors. The nine inaugural balls, to which
more than 40,000 people have been invited, are expected
to gross half the total. Admission prices are $ 1 00 a person,
but corporations have been invited to buy 10-person boxes
Monday's gala at the Capital Center, seating 19,000,
has ticket prices of $50, $100, $150. Television advertising
time for the two-hour show organized by Frank Sinatra
with Johnny Carson as host, is being sold at $250,000 a
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