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KIY BISCAYNK, Fla. -President
Nixon Friday ordered a new crackdown
on terrorist bombings and pledged
vigorous enforcement of the
anti-bombing legislation now nearing final
White House Press Secretary Ronald
Zicgler said the President, acting by
telephone from his bayside retreat here,
ordered FBI Director J. Fdgar Hoover to'
launch an immediate investigation of
three West Coast bombings Thursday.
"The President pointed out that these
bombings are further evidence of the
need for speedy congrevsional action on
the bombing legislation that he has
submitted," Zicgler said.
The bombings included a courtroom in
San Rafael, Calif., an armory in Santa
Barbara, Calif., and a Reserve Officers
Canada Not Sure
If Diplomat Lives
MONTREAL T h c Canadian
government demanded proof Friday that
kidnaped British diplomat James Cross,
49, was still alive. There were signs that
behind-the-scenes talks might take place
to swap Cross for jailed French-Canadian
The Montreal office of Quebec Justice
Minister Jerome Choquette said the
government "wants proof that Mr. Cross
is safe and well" and had requested his
kidnapers have him copy in his own
handwriting the following phrase:
RA LEIGH North Carolina
Republicans will transform Vice President
Spiro T. Agnew's Oct. 26 visit to Raleigh
into a statewide rally, state GOP
Chairman Jim Holshouser announced
Holshouser told a news conference the
decision came after receiving "simply
unbelievable" interest in Agnew's visit.
To accommodate an expected crowd
of nearly 7,000 persons, the site for
Agnew's talk has been changed from a
high school auditorium to Reynolds
Coliseum on the North Carolina State
University campus, he said,
Tickets for the statewide rally would
be made available through Republicans
for Congress and state GOP headquarters.
Asked if he feared any problems with
Agnew making an appearance on a
university campus, Holshouser said, "I
don't fear any demonstrations" because
students at N.C. State "have been
sensible. We don't anticipate any serious
However, he was informed that
student leaders at the school met
Thursday night to formulate plans for
picketing the Vice President during his
"It is now five days since I left and I
want you to know darling that I miss you
If the terrorists could deliver the
suggested phrase in Cross own
handwriting, it would be proof that the
diplomat was still alive.
There were unofficial reports in
Montreal that preparations were being
made to set up a room at the airport for a
telecast. One of the kidnapers' demands
was that jailed separatists, whose freedom
was asked in exchange for Cross life, be
allowed to appear on television from the
airport before departure for either Cuba
Choquette's office would make no
further comment on its demand for a
letter from Cross containing a specified
phrase. But it appeared to strengthen the
reports that the government was moving
toward an agreement with the kidnappers
on the grounds such assurances would be
unnecessary if the government did not
intend to take further action to rescue
The government's demand was
immediately broadcast by CKIM-which
the kidnapers designated earlier as the
channel to reach them.
In Ottawa, a spokesman for External
Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp said Sharp
had called British Foreign Secretary Alec
Douglas-Home at noon "to inform him of
the present situation," but would not give
Asked whether he could confirm or
deny the reports that negotiations with
the kidnapers of Cross were underway,
the federal spokesman said he could make
"no comment at all."
Friends reported that' Mrs. Barbara
Cross, the diplomat's wife, was receiving
calmly each report about her husband,
who was rousted out of bed Monday by
four gunmen wielding submachineguns.
The kidnapers original ransom
demands included payment of $500,000
fn gold, release of 23 jailed separatist
prisoners, an airliner to carry them to
Cuba or Algeria and television coverage of
the plane's departure.
Training Corps building at the University
of Washington in Seattle.
Property damage was extensive in the
three explosions, but no one was hurt.
Legislation increasing the penalties for
bombing and authorizing the death
penalty when fatalities result was passed
by the House and awaits completed
action by the Senate.
.The Senate Thursday broadened
anti-bombing statutes to cover college
and university campuses, public schools,
hospitals, government property,
businesses, and any institution or
organization which gets federal money.
The legislation, approved 68-0, also
tightened laws against state-to-state
transportation of explosives for the
purposes of bombing and makes stricter
statutes against bomb hoaxes.
Only the provision which would :
permit the death penalty if a fatality
occurs in a bombing aroused any
Sen. Philip A. Hart, D-Mich., asked the
Senate to kill the death penalty provision.
The Senate refused, 46-22.
Sen. John L. McClellan, D-Ark., told
the Sentate that in the 18 months ending
last May, there were more than 5,000
bombings which killed 43 persons,
injured at least 400 and caused property
damage of $25 million.
"He stands ready to immediately sign
the legislation and has alerted the FBI
and other agencies to immediately
implement this legislation after it has
been signed," Ziegler said of President
ANN ARBOR, Mich.-If it's illegal to
hold rock festivals for thousands of
drug-and-rock aficionados, it's illegal to
stage football games for thousands of
whisky-guzzling fans, a former sports
editor turned janitor contended Friday.
To test his theory, Joe Block, 22, a
former sports editor of the University of
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WASHINGTON-Secretary of State
William P. Rogers said Friday, in terms
more explicit than anyone within the
administration has used before, that the
U.S. combat role in Vietnam would be
virtually ended by next May 1, the
deadline for withdrawal of 150,000
additional American troops.
Rogers also said he believed the
Communists would give President Nixon's
new peace plan "serious consideration"
because of favorable world reaction and
their own deteriorating military situation
As for the Middle East, Rogers told a
Michigan Daily, has filed suit to stop the
annual confrontation between Michigan
and Michigan State here Oct. 17.
"I have decided to file this suit
because Gov. William G. Milliken and
other so-called law-and-order political
figures in this state have selectively
applied the law to repress one form of
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FAVENA, Ohio A special Grand jury
Friday ended its investigation into the
killing of four Kent State University
students by National Guardsmen. A
spokesman said indictments would be
returned and arrests made.
The spokesman did not say when the
indictments would be handed down but
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Seabury Ford, a Ravenna attorney
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news conference the administration had
serious doubts about the Soviet Union's
good faith, considering Egyptian
violations of the Arab-Israeli cease-fire.
Following the Communist
denunciation of Nixon's peace proposals
in Paris, Rogers said he had not expected
Hanoi and the Viet Cong to "accept the
plan publicly." But the administration
hopes the Communists will agree
privately to begin discussions on an
all-Indochina cease-fire and other
elements of the American plan, he said.
Rogers said the administration had the
"feeling" that world demands for peace,
mass culture while allowing another form
of mass culture to exist," said Block, now
a janitor and steward in the Michigan
"I am not against football games. But I
am for equal law enforcement. If the law
applies to rock festivals, then it should
also apply. to football games."
On ' Sept.1 6, -Jackson County
Prosecutor Bruce A. Barton sought and
won a court order banning a rock festival
at Goose Lake.
Block's suit-using language virtually
identical to Barton's and accompanied by
affidavits signed by Ann Arbor residents -asserted
footballl games are as much a
common nuisance as rock festivals.
Washtenaw County Circuit Judge Ross
Campbell Friday set a hearing on the suit
for next Friday - the day before the
Milliken, who declined to comment
further, said, "I intend to be there as a
fan" provided the game goes on.
So do about 1 0 1 ,000 other people.
combined with continued worsening of
the Communist military position in
Indochina, would persuade North
Vietnam and ttic Viet Cong to begin
negotiating in earnest.
While the United Slates was
negotiating from a "position of strength."
he said, the President nevertheless had
offered for the first time a plan involving
total withdrawal of American forces from
all of Indochina.
Rogers acknowledged that positions
held by the opposing forces at the time of
the cease-fire would have some "political
significance." But he said the
Communists would be better off
accepting the present situation than wait
until their prospects had deteriorated
He emphasized, however, that serious
political discussions could come only
after a cease-fire and standstill were in
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