Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 5, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Blistering Tass Attack Jmy Oil-Rich Sheikdom Buying 32 French Jets on Solzhenitsyn Book
he (>«lar Rapid* J fit/.Hit: Sat., Jan. 5, 1974
MOSCOW (IJI ’ I) 'I ho Soviet: work was snapix
Union has responded for the i^ois" first time lo Alexander Sol/hen ’
up by “bour-newspapers and “gave
itsyn’s new book, unleashing blistering attack against tin
them the ascribe to
to try to reality the
WASHINGTON I AU) A .small |l)habi may be “trying to demon ersian Gulf sheikdom, whieh .strate its sovereignty ”
Uke Mail Order
lint others said “they’ve got
struck it. rich iii oil in recent years, is buying about $!K) mil lion worth of advanced jet fight ors from France, according to U.S. intelligence sources.
Nobel prize winning author and ulcers and vices typical of caplins indictment of Soviet prison italism.” camps. Tass said Solzhenitsyn “hates
ail which was brought about by
'I’be official Tass news agency said in an article Wednesday night, the book, “The Gulag Ar ehipelago’’, was a “gross defa
the October (1917) revolution .
and it is this helpless hatred that is the muse for his new
maintained by members of the weapons like that, but nothing| They had been generally ig-| The first telephone was in* Pakistani air force for at least. 0f ajly significance,” was the nored until oil was discovered in stalled in the White House by
sever,ii years. way one official described those some of them in the early 1980s. I president Rutherford B. Hayes,
hor Pakistani Use sales. Before the Arab oil cutback who took office in 1877, the
I i< money so they want to buy Meanwhile, Abu Dhabi r re Abu Dhabi and the other small growing out of the Mid Fast World Book Encyclopedia says.
some of this .some of that like ported to have agreed to place |p j f. |f stat(lf? forrm.d a j A|)U I)habj produred M The installation was ordered
out of a mail order catalogue its Mirage jets at the disposal of (*nfcdcralh>n calIf,d tho United ^bon bar H, ri Bv nev
According to recent iritelh Pakistan in event of an emer- Ar,a, p tl,r ve-ir- nun bdrm-, a daj. By iii xt
year, U.S. oil experts predict,, hjs invcntion
its wells will be pumping up to _______
2 5 million barrels a day. DRIVE SAFELY
Abu Hindu s pun base of .S2 nu.umm^ ire chi inieiii rriiu mum in evern ch an coner- Ar.a. l-,.,tr., *...,
Mirages makes no military gCnr(. reports, Ahu Dhabi has gency there. This arrangement jt r th' Kritish wjthorew To
sense to American officials. 'iHiucht Its Mirnae III inlnrrrm m-iv rlkfiir-h India I’aki I -it, % V Cfi vt w.
Ailing with SIV niher liiiin , . K ntcrtep-,may distillb India, J aKntan ^,th(,r th(ljr populations Iota
Allied with six ot ici little |0rs which are fe> be delivered rival in south Asia. a,, ,< 'xk, non
emirates, Abu Dhabi has a Inn m two years This order comes I S experts said Abu Dhabi’s
(leu dispute with Saudi Ambia 0j, top of an earlier buy of 14 armed forces, numbering univ
I But nobobdy hero flunks that Mirage V ground attack planes about 8 000 men. are offi'ercd
bv British, .Jordanian and Pak
after tho President saw Alexander Graham Bell demonstrate
motion of the entire Soviet pro- works, including ‘The Gulag Ar-, 1)11 population about fjU(. j0 be completed tin year
pie ” ehipelago’.’’ 80,000, would chance war with Since Abu Dhabi has no com- Istani military men, mostly re-
The book, a 606-page expose Tass accused Solzhenitsyn 0f |-Saiifii Arabia, population / mil- potent jet pilots and mechanic tired from their own servic e: of Soviet prison camps and po- having kind words both for the l'or,*Plus- of its own IJ S officials said The French, who have been
lice methods, was published in czarist regime and Nazism and Li.S. official said Abu the Mirages will be flown and hustling to sell ems to iri-
Russian in Paris last week with said his book offered “a nice creasinglv rich cd producing
translations iii other major Inn-pretext for whipping up anti- TL. ..nr T\rr%e> tate:. have been reported ell
guages to follow shortly. Soviet hysteria.” INeaT“r Mr* it? lur OciTUI Qdy ing 38 Mirages to Saudi Arabia
Trial Possible Tass described “The Gulag PARAMOUNT — “Magnum ston Seagull” 2:40 4:50 7 30 ,hr 1 s ha‘s ,r-Viog to
Western diplomats said f “ 2:2°' 4:50' 7:20' 9:S#: 11:40 ttoTv?,!,
would not bo surprised if auth ,,W the"?es 7 P*‘*,r pr'son shorts ~2' **7' **• S™’-E •' "Tho Way Wo;«» ;; “‘
orilios brin,- Solzhenitsyn to ”",■*>,he "J"0* of ™rc\m~ IOWA - “Tho Soven-Ups" - Worn” 2:30.4:45, 7:30, 9:45. , , fJ*?
trial for publishing the honk hfi™lT al**** 1:45, 3:45, 5:45, 9:50; sneak pro- STACK 4 - “Papilla" - Z, "Z STMfi
abroad. ho who country, perseeubon vicw_7:45, 2:30. 7.9:40. Chi' wh : hr ho d w.n
Tass said the interest aroused f , .
by tho book in the West waJmCnl of d!tfcrent|V m,ndcd “certainly not” due to its liter-. „p_uo ary merits, whir,, the,agency fc“°" said Western reviewers were 1
forced to ignore.
The agency said “the new an-
sons in psychiatric hospitals and J.10)! . I’40,
of the entirely;-
“Executive Ac-3:35, 5:30, 7:30,! 1:30, 3:10, 5:10,'
30 YEARS AGD — The Office
a c~. i i ~ i s- i t °f War Information revealed
S hl;"V,Mk,!n, T 'hoi thus far the Allies had sent by Mr. Solzhenitsyn to tho , , , f h f h
West as a New Year’s present J
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- 1:55, shorts -I Iii
0\ tv tho past two years, the I ,S has sold Abu Dhabi less than $1 million worth of small' arms - - “a few revolvers and1
The Tass attack was carried in Russian, but there was no indication it would bf' published by the general media. The only news about the book to enter the Soviet Union so far bas come through foreign radio broadcasts.
Tass said Solzhenitsyn’s new
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