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Salina Journal, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1979, Salina, Kansas 40 CENTS SUNDAY EDITION The Salina Journal FEBRUARY 108th YEAR 35 94 Pages Why fight it Jihad Jihad Khomeini threatens holy war in Iran Iran UPI Ayatol lah Ruhollah Khomeini Saturday threatened to unleash a holy war in Iran unless Premier Shahpour Bakhtiar Thousands of fol lowers took up his marching through the streets Jihad Jihad Khomeini said he already had formed a Revolutionary Council to replace Bak htiars government and added unnamed friendly powers would supply weap ons to his millions of followers in any civil He would not identify the council members he has It was the first time Khomeini pub licly had raised the specter of a holy war jihad in his escalating campaign to force Bakhtiar from Western diplomats said his issued at a news pushed Iran to the brink of civil who has adamantly refused any suggestion he resign and hand power to the 78yearold Shiite Moslem held a series of highlevel meet ings with both military and parlia mentary leaders after the ayatollah made his who has drawn up plans to arrest anyone named to a Revolution ary Council by reiterated he would not resign and said he would not replace one dictatorship of the mon V archy with a religious The prime named to run the government by Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi before his flight from said he would use the army to crush more street riots and Molotov cocktail Khomeini aides claimed that 44 mem bers of parliament so far had resigned to support the Speaking without a trace of visible the blackrobed Khomeini told a jammed news We want to solve this countrys problems through nonviolent if the government contin ues to resist with American support and assistance from then we will declare a holy Khomeini When the time comes we will get weapons from friendly Khomeini said the revolutionary coun cil would name a provisional govern ment shortly in would pre pare a general referendum to approve a new Islamic constitution which he said he had also already Khomeini clarified earlier state ments which indicated he might throw out all civil and He said foreigners would be free to work and live in Iran unless the kind of activities they were involved in are harmful to the V Sal man shared In Irans agony Larry Apt Cold wove continues The cold wave continued and no letup was in Saturday mornings official low tem perature was five degrees below and similar temperatures were fore cast for Sunday morning with Sunday afternoons high in the low The reading is six degrees above the 3 record of 11 below set in The bright spot in the weath ermen is that no snow is expected for the next few with skies re maining sunny or partly Forecast KANSAS Clear to partly cloudy through Con tinued very cold with highs mostly in the Janet 2130 Craw has decided the snow is here to so why not enjoy it while it lasts shes cavort ing on the bleachers near munici pal tennis courts in Salinas Oak dale Journal Photo by Fritz Mendell By TOM RAMSTACK When the plane carrying Salinan Larry Apt landed in West a few weeks ago after a flight from the passengers began applauding to express their mutual the son of and John 625 Starlight had returned from almost nine months in Iran as a helicopter mechanic for Bell Helicop ters Because of his hasty evacuation of the he was forced to leave about of personal belongings behind The closing months of his stay in Iran had become increasingly dangerous be cause of terrorist attacks suffered by many Apt said foreigners sometimes received death threats in the mail or had the windows of their cars smashed by rocks as they drove through the During a riot in Apt said a carload of Iranians pulled beside him on the yelled Yankee go and knocked the motorcycle he was riding into the path of oncoming Apt had a headon collision with a but escaped To avoid being thrown in jail on trumpedup charges because he was Apt had to pay the taxi driver in cash before he could leave the But Apt said although Iranians have purged their country of most foreign the worst of the violence is yet to I really believe its going to break out into civil he Khomeini wont accept the Bakhtiar government at Khomeini wants a pure Islamic government and nothing short of that will satisfy Ayatollah Ruhollah a Mos lem holy man who went into selfexile Continued to Page 2 Love sending a message oi love The Love is messages are rolling into The Salina Journals Classified Ad But there still is time for Jour nal readers to use this unique way to send Valentines Day greetings to loved The details of Love is are on Page 17 of todays Deadline for including your mes sage is noon The Classified Ad department will pro duce the special feature Be certain your Valentine is in Inside Today Area Grain HomeGarden 26 Pop Holdout juror frees Flood by single vote WASHINGTON UPI A feder al judge declared a mistrial in the bribery case against Daniel Flood faced with a jury deadlocked by one elderly member insisting he would never vote guilty because Flood was too The action by District Judge Oli ver Gasch means the Justice Depart ment must decide whether to reprose cute the 75yearold Pennsylvania Democrat on 11 counts of con spiracy and perjury that accused him of taking more than in Johnnie who served on the jury that deliberated fruitlessly for three said the jury favored a conviction by an 11tol ratio on most of bribery and perjury But Lyles told UPI one of her peers held out and we couldnt commu nicate with Daniel Flood He didnt want to hear a she He said he knew was But he would never vote guilty on because Flood was too He said the man was too old to be let alone even We yelled at but it didnt mat Hed just I dont want to talk about Its a sad situation that the govern ment and the people have to spend so much money to come up with a hung she Lyles did not name the but said he was one of several elderly men whom defense lawyers had worked to empanel on the who used virtually every power at his command in trying to prod the jurors into agreeing on a declared the mistrial in the threeweek old trial after the panel had deliberated for a total of 12Vz colorful as usual with a dapper suit and his oldtime waxed emerged from the courthouse with a broad smile and said in a brief state ment to reporters I regret that the jury was unable to reach a unanimous verdict of acquittal in its At this very mo I maintain my innocence of any wrongdoing on the charges which were considered against I have no fur ther Woman was dead for JO minutes Fire victim saved by lawmen By ROBERT ENTRIKEN The life of Gladys Dal 412 was saved Friday afternoon by the actions of two Salina police officers who re sponded to a fire alarm at her Dalrymple had no pulse and was not breathing when she was carried from the burning Public Safety Officers Bill Hammack and Ernie Schmidt and fireman James Yost broke into the locked house to find Dal rymple lying on the livingroom floor about nine feet from her garage They took her garage at the north end of the house and began car diopulmonary Hammack doing chest massage as Schmidt manned a firemen from two engine companies knocked out the blaze which had engulfed Dalrymples bed room on the southeast corner of the Hammack continued the rhythmic pressure on Dalrymples chest for five or six minutes Schmidt was re lieved on the respirator by a fireman when the first oxygen bottle The victim still showed no signs of life when the ambulance finally Hammack said Hammack continued the CPR treat ment until Dalrymple was loaded aboard the turning over the CPR to ambulance attendant Tom Shu again operating the res rode with the ambulance to As bury Ambulance driver Joe Knott said Dalrymple finally revived during the and had a good pulse and was breathing on her own upon arrival at the Ramon who treated Dalrymple upon her arrival at As commended the the officers and attendants Without she wouldnt be alive Schmidt The physician explained that the human deprived of oxygen more than a few begins to suffer ir reversible but that CPR tech niques such as those administered by Shuler and Schmidt often are effective in keeping the brain alive without damage until the heart can be started Dalrymple may have spent 10 Continued to Page 2
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