Cumberland Evening Times in Cumberland, Maryland
13 Aug 1980

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13 Aug 1980

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Cumberland Evening Times (Newspaper) - August 13, 1980, Cumberland, Maryland The heal her partly Cloudy tonight lows in the upper 60s to Low 70s. Partly sunny and very warm tomorrow with a Chance of thunderstorms. Highs 85 to 90 Cumberland turning Himes strike halts work at dam see local Page vol. A Xii no. 223 associated press a new York times news service United press International Plase photo Cumberland. Maryland wednesday August 13, 1980 published daily except sunday by Ute times 4 Alleita Nian co Baltimore St. Cumberland. My 21s02 second class postage paid at Cumberland my 15 cent demo platform has Kennedy stamp ism i pcs it Al Carter renomination scheduled tonight tiniest battled in Iran by United press International Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini said the people of Iran look upon moderate president Abolhassan Bani Sadr As a one of their own a putting the powerful fundamentalist hard liners on notice that they Are not the Only voice in the nation. Khomeini a statement made to islamic ambassadors and broadcast tuesday night by Tehran radio was seen As an attempt by the revolutionary Leader to quell political infighting that threatens to intensify following parliaments approval of Bani Sadr a reluctant Choice of a hardliner for prime minister. Since his remarks were made to ambassadors from moslem nations they also were viewed As an attempt to woo moderate islamic countries that have privately expressed concern at the nature of the iranian revolution. Khomeini a Praise for Bani Sadr took on added significance because it came after the Ayatollah conferred with virtually every major politician in Iran in separate audiences to discuss the future of the nation. A the president of the Republic goes to every rally and City he is invited to and guides the people without having the least fear in his heart a Khomeini told the ambassadors. A this is because he looks upon the nation As his own fwd the nation too looks Tipon him As one of its own. They Are Brothers the president of the Republic is the brother of the smallest person in airline sets new discount Dallas a american airlines hoping to encourage More travel during the week and at night is offering new discounts on tickets purchased at least two weeks in Advance. American airlines officials said the Carrier Hopes to increase its business during traditionally sluggish nights by offering the discounts which vary from 35 to 55 percent. Another airline. Braniff airways said it will be making similar savings available beginning sept. I. Texas International which expanded its discount rates in june said it will announce further changes in its fare schedules. A we proposed the revision to the civil aeronautics Board and it was Al Becker a spokesman for american airlines said tuesday. Confident of demo Victory a sen. Edward m. Kennedy addresses the democratic National convention tuesday night in new York. Kennedy told the assembled delegates that he believes the party will reunite and a together we will March toward a democratic Victory in 1980.�?� delegates to the convention will formally nominate president Carter tonight. Plase photo 1980 heat wave continues despite Hurricane Allen Dallas a Allen killer storm and the second most powerful Atlantic Hurricane on record brought rain and lower temperatures to steamy Texas. But Only in some places and just for now. It was not. Forecasters say the end of the heat wave of 1980. A what can i say its still Bill Cook forecaster in charge at the National weather service in fort Worth said tuesday. It seems that Allen despite a charge at South Texas last week. Stumbled on the approach and Only temporarily broke up the stubborn High pressure air dome and High temperatures that have claimed More than 1,200 lives around the nation since june soon Allen was slinking into Mexico dumping As much As 20 inches of rain on South and West Texas but doing Little to relieve the parched northeastern quadrant of the state. Dallas fort Worth reached a steamy 113 and Wichita Falls a blistering 117 in the heat wave that began in mid june claimed More than too lives in Texas alone and broke nearly every High temperature record in the state. On aug 4. The Day Allen became a Hurricane in the Caribbean a 42-Day Streak of 100-degree temperatures ended in Wichita Falls where the High was 98, and in Dallas fort Worth where it was 95. But those temperatures were unrelated to Mideast peace initiative May include Ceausescu by United press International egyptian president Anwar Sadat sent his Deputy foreign minister to Bucharest raising speculation that romanian president Nicolae Ceausescu is trying to arrange a Middle East peace initiative. Butros Ghali who left Egypt for the romanian capital tuesday for a four Day visit was carrying a verbal message for Ceausescu who in 1978 played a part in arranging Sadat s historic trip to Jerusalem. Ceausescu whose nation is the Only East bloc country that has diplomatic relations with Israel making it a natural go Between bridging the Arab and israeli Camps met tuesday with a palestinian delegation from the popular front for the liberation of Palestine. Ceausescu stressed that a new initiatives and Concrete actions were necessary for extinguishing the hotbed of conflict in the Middle East a romanians official age pres news Agency said in reporting on the meeting with the a flip delegation. Observers also noted that Ceausescu held extensive talks with Palestine liberation organization Leader Yasser Arafat earlier this month at a romanian Black sea resort. A the certainly has been very Active a a Western Diplomat in Bucharest said of Ceausescu a contacts. A it would seem reasonable that president May seek peace with Kennedy new York up president Carter made a triumphant return to new York today to accept the democratic nomination for another four years in the White House and to mend party wounds Over his defeat of sen. Edward Vennedy a Carter who got a big hug from new Jersey gov. Brendan Byrne at nearby Newark Airport will be nominated tonight in Madison Square Garden in a replay of 1976. Meantime he will hold strategy sessions in his downtown Manhattan Sheraton Centre suite and nil hers game Baltimore up a the winning number in the Maryland lottery a daily numbers game for tuesday was 079 perhaps seek a Quick peace with Kennedy to improve his dismal showing behind Republican Ronald Reagan in political polls. Carter took a helicopter from the Airport to downtown Manhattan for morning receptions with supporters and party officials. But there was no indication of a face to face meeting with Kennedy a or even if Kennedy will appear on the podium with Carter thursday night when Carter makes his acceptance speech. A i can win much better with him a Carter said tuesday when asked if he could defeat Reagan nov. 4 without Kennedy a support. A i Hope ill have his support but that a a decision for him to in his first political Man Euver of the Day the president flew into nearby Newark Airport from Washington so he could get a warm greeting from Byrne a Strong Carter supporter. The president thus avoided a direct Welcome from new York gov. Hugh Carey who pushed a bitter and unsuccessful Battle to allow Carters convention delegates to vote for whom they pleased Carter his wife Rosalynn and daughter Amy 12, flew to Newark aboard air Force one from Washington after the president spent a week in seclusion at Camp David my. After the receptions at the Sheraton Centre Carter arranged to see a Parade of visiting politicians in his suite. Party Unity apparently was much on the presidents mind As he returned to the White House tuesday from Camp David. He is pushing a Middle East initiative. A Host of other signs indicated that Ghalie strip was part of an emerging diplomatic initiative on the Middel East where the palestinian autonomy talks Between Israel and Egypt have been postponed by Sadat Over the jewish states Tough stance on Jerusalem at its a eternal an israeli newspaper Edioth Ahrnot quoted romanians chief rabbi Moses Rosen As telling its correspondent that Ceausescu was planning to meet in the near future with Sadat israeli prime minister Menakhem begin a and other also although it has not been officially announced in Bucharest Western diplomats there say Ceausescu will be making a visit to Jordan next week aug. 17, and he is expected to Stop Over in Syria also. Ceausescu according to Edioth brought up his intention to meet with Sadat and begin during a talk with american rabbi Arthur Schneier and Rosen who was at that meeting told Edioth that Ceausescu was looking for the support of jewish organizations All Over the world. Dollar opens lower today London up the Dollar opened lower on european Money Market today and the Price of Gold increased $2 an ounce in Zurich and $4 in London. In Zurich Gold opened at $607.50 an ounce compared with the close tuesday of $605.50. Gold opened in London at $614.50, up from $610.50. Johnson Matthey a London dealer for Bullion brokers said a Gold remained fairly quiet with Little happening a new York nominate Jimmy again tonight to carrying the imprint up democrats Carter for president run on a platform of his vanquished Allen. The next Day temperatures in the two cities were Back above the 100-degree Mark and stayed there until tuesday when the highs were 98. Allen which had claimed Between too and 200 lives in the Caribbean lowered temperatures to the upper 70s and lower 80s in South and West Texas after it swept ashore saturday. But the storm had no Impact on blistering Dallas fort Worth in Elpaso 77 degrees was the High tuesday Down from temperatures in the Loos in san Antonio the Mercury hit Only 92. Slightly below Normal for August. But forecasters say the Relief wont last. A it Breaks the temperatures for a while. Of course the floods and rain in the South have helped a bit but we re going Back to a hot said Bill Reed. News forecaster in san Antonio. Youths find a top secret Bindi Book Seattle up a Little Black Book some teenagers found lying on the floor of a Small general store on the Hood canal had some pretty big phone numbers in it. The listings included super secret numbers for the National Security Agency George Bush a Home phone the think tank Rand corporation. Movie Star Paul Newman Hawaii sen. Daniel Inouye and Abc news state department correspondent Bernard Kalb the l-by-2-Inch Black Vinyl Book belongs to retired Navy vice Admiral Noel Arthur Meredyth Gayler former commander of . Forces in the Pacific former commander of the top secret Asa and the first person in history to win three Navy crosses for bravery. Gayler apparently dropped the Book while visiting the Small Seacrest general store july 23 during a trip to the Hood canal summer Home of a prominent Seattle family. The teen agers who found it while cleaning up the store turned the Book Over to Jerry Zaspel who runs the place. They All thought the Book was a joke a until they called Paul Newman a number and were told he was out. Eventually the Book was returned to a Seattle Friend of the woman who Gayler had been visiting on Hood canal. Rival sen. Edward Kennedy whose speech captured the heart of the democratic convention for an evening. Kennedy sold fashioned emotional Stem Winder tuesday night brought delegates jammed into Madison Square Garden to their feet and tears to the eyes of his supporters when he blasted Ronald Reagan and ticked off the things that make democrats different from republicans. So electrified were the delegates by the speech and by the wild. 39-minute demonstration it generated that the Carter forces hastily Cut a Deal they would cede Kennedy his $12 billion jobs program in the democratic platform to avoid a potentially humiliating defeat on National television. The delegates roared approval of three important economic planks a virtually All Kennedy had fought for except a Call for mandatory wage and Price controls. He gave that up in what Carter aides called a a a significant Concession. Carter earlier agreed to one Kennedy Plank that social programs should not be Cut to balance the budget but violently opposed two others a the jobs program and giving jobs priority Over inflation control. A the mood of the House Here its Kennedy a night a said democratic National chairman John White in explaining the steamroller effect of Kennedy swords a everyone wants to show the senator a we love there was no immediate reaction to the convention action from Carter who was flying in from Washington today. But Campaign chairman Robert Strauss hinted Carter simply May ignore the economic planks added on the floor. A president Carter feels very strongly that this is a mistake and there a no Point in glossing it he said. A we think this Plank is wrong. You can to write an economic program on the floor of a eight minority planks remained for action today but Only three were controversial. Two dealt with the my missile a Kennedy a demands a search for alternatives to the costly system and another would ban it. The third Plank opposes import fees on Oil and Gas Kennedy third brother of a tragedy scared family to seek the presidency. Ended his bid 24 hours earlier but he won the hearts of most of the 5,436 delegates and alternates reciting the Liberal principles he called a the heart of our traditions the soul of our party across the he sharply attacked Reagan As an apostle of bygone times saying the gop nominee is a no Friend of labor. No Friend of our great Urban centers. No Friend of the senior citizen. No Friend of the environment a women comprise 50 percent of the democratic delegates and they demonstrated their clout by adding two feminist planks to the platform one would require the party to withhold endorsement and assistance from any democratic office seeker who opposes the equal rights amendment. The other would reinstate Federal funding of abortions for the poor. In contrast the republicans last month in Detroit refused to Back the Era and pledged to seek a constitutional amendment Banning All abortions the Roll Call for the presidents renomination highlights tonight s session. Kennedy has asked his name not be placed in nomination but rep Ron Dellums of California a Leader of the Blacks at the convention is attempting to acquire the needed 333 signatures to have his name proposed. Vice president Walter Mondale will be renominated thursday and the 38th democratic convention will end that night with both his and Carters acceptance speeches another presidential candidate was coming to town today a rep. John Anderson to try to woo democrats unhappy with Carter to his Independent candidacy. Kennedy s address and its aftermath highlighted the convention s second Day. In it he stopped Short of formally endorsing Carter but his words spoke democratic Unity. The applause whistles shouts and stamping brought him Back to the podium twice a the second time with his wife Joan and his family. His harshest words were for Reagan and the republicans accusing them of trying to reap the Harvest of Liberal democratic policies while ignoring the needs of the Middle class and the poor a the same republicans who Are talking about the crisis of unemployment have nominated a Man who once said a and i quote a a unemployment insurance is a prepaid vacation plan for soviet Union official asks immediate missiles talks Moscow up a senior soviet official has called for East West talks on medium Range nuclear weapons a without delay but said they should also cover american a Forward based systems Quot in Western Europe the official Tass news Agency said. In a speech marking the 10th anniversary of Moscow a 1970 treaty with West Germany tuesday night Leonid Zamyatin also said president Carters controversial a presidential directive 59�?� was the real reason for a nato plan to deploy nuclear missiles in Western Europe. Directive 59 puts More emphasis on the capability to wipe out political and military command centers in the event of nuclear conflict. A the soviet Union has the Means to answer these plans and to ensure the Security of the country and the people a said Zamyatin who is chief of the communist party Central committees International information department and a top Kremlin foreign policy aide. A but we stand not for the policy of nuclear blackmail a he said a we propose the path of commenting on last month s visit to Moscow by West German Chancellor Helmut Schmidt Zamyatin said. A the discussion of questions related to medium Range Means can on the Light Side Rochester a. Apr what do you say to a naked lady nothing special these Days according to a trustee of the american sunbathing association. A your biggest problem is that we Are not controversial anymore a says Hap Hathaway. A it used to be something risque. Now we re ignored a Hathaway was attending the associations week Long annual convention in Rochester which began tuesday. Many of the nudists in attendance say that going Bare improves the health. At least one Man also believes that people shed sexual hangups along with their clothes. A teeny bikinis Call attention to certain parts of the body a said Robert Samuel of Nashville Tenn. A people done to pay any attention to it Branson to. Apr for lawyers and realtors who have been stung by Deadbeat clients the classified and in the biweekly Branson Leader should have proved irresistible. A Taney county lawyers and real estate brokers if your clients or customers have cheated you or you have been deceived Call 334-5555.�?� but victims of deceit who called the number found that they had been hoodwinked once again. The number belongs to the local version of dial a prayer. The newspaper refused to say who had placed the and. Be started now without delay. They can be taken up without waiting for the ratification of the Salt ii a the question of medium Range Means should in discussed simultaneously and in organic connection with the american Forward based nuclear Means a the soviet Union had been expected to waive Salt ii ratification As a condition for talks but the main obstacle was thought to be soviet insistence on discussion of . Forward based systems american warplanes already in Europe and capable of striking targets inside the user the soviet Union originally had made talks conditional on the suspension of the nato plan to deploy 572 cruise and Pershing 2 nuclear missiles across Western Europe a a plan that is not expected to be realized before 1983. Nato said it adopted the plan to counter a soviet Arsenal of ss-20 missiles already pointed at West european targets. A pc artery a directive reveals the causes Why the United states in reality sought deployment in Europe of cruise missiles and Pershing-2 missiles a Zamyatin said. Warm weekend forecast Here Baltimore a extended forecast Friday through sunday warm and humid with a Chance of thundershowers Friday and saturday. Fair and less humid sunday. Highs in the mid 80s to the Low 90s and lows in the mid 60s to the mid 70s

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