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Dover Times Reporter (Newspaper) - March 8, 1980, Dover, Ohio sat. March i. Imi Ovir Mew Hilao Forhia Ohio a-3militants pressed to keep hostages by the associated press a spokesman for the militants at the . Embassy in Tehran today threatened to refuse to Transfer the 50 american hostages to the ruling revolutionary Council at ail if demonstrations of support for the militants continue to increase. A crowd of several thousand gathered outside the . Embassy today the third Day in a Row chanting slogans of support for the militants and urging them not to Transfer the americans held captive for 126 Days. The demonstrators have also demanded the iranian government not Compromise with the United states. A a they re supporting the students not to let the hostages go out of the compound Quot said the militants spokesman reached by Telephone from associated press offices in Bonn. Germany about 8 30 . Est. A they say a we Trust the students and they the americans should be kept by the students until we get the Shah Quot if this demonstration increases probably we would not give any of those hostages to the revolutionary asked whether the handover to the revolutionary Council would take place today the spokesman said Quot i doubt he said there had been no response from the Council to the militants announced refusal to Transfer the americans to foreign minister Sadegh Ghotb Zadeh. Earlier one of the embassy militants refused to say whether the Transfer would be called off for the Day saying Only any developments were possible in the coming hours. But he said Ghotb Zadeh a decision to address the iranian people sometime tonight indicated he would not go to the embassy today to receive the hostages. Ghotb Zadeh said he will address the nation apparently signalling at least a temporary postponement of today a scheduled Transfer after the militants said he had falsely claimed the americans Transfer had been approved by Iran a revolutionary Leader. Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini. They said a Transfer was still possible but not with him in charge of the operation. Meanwhile state department officials in Washington said a things seem confused Quot in Iran and doubted the Transfer would be made As scheduled. The militants announced Early today they would allow a representative of the Council to accept the americans held for 126 Days today at 5 . Local time 8 30 . Est. No word of a meeting had been received by that time. The Transfer first appeared in doubt Only hours before it was to occur when Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini a office issued a statement denying Council claims that he had approved the move. The statement seemed to contradict an earlier announcement broadcast on Tehran radio which quoted Ghotb Zadeh As saying he would Quot receive Quot the hostages today following the Quot order of the Man Khomeini a and with a the approval of the revolutionary Council which was said the statement from Khomeini s office carried on Tehran radio and monitored in Nicosia Cyprus Quot some newspapers recently reported certain opinions have been expressed by the Imam Khomeini founder of the islamic Republic concerning the question of handing Over the hostages to the Revou tonary Council. A we emphasize the Imam has so far preferred silence regarding this question and has delegated a decision on the hostage problem to the islamic consultative Council parliament Quot the Council will not be fully elected until next month. At about the same time. Tehran radio broadcast a further clarification of the situation from president Abolhassan Bani Sadr who also is head of the revolutionary Council and is known to be keen to resolve the hostage crisis. The radio quoted Bani Sadr As saying the militants first proposed to an unidentified member of the Council and to Khomeini a son Ahmad that they hand Over the hostages and the embassy to the Council. A when i met with the Imam his son praised the proposal with me and i agreed. Then i raised it with the Council and it was endorsed Quot Bani Sadr said. Even if the authorities do assume control of the americans an Early release appeared unlikely. In their radio statement the militants said the hostages will be Given Quot full medical checking and films Are to be taken of them Quot before they Are turned Over to Council representatives. Shortly after the Transfer the hostages would be seen by the . Commission in Tehran investigating Iran s charges against deposed Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi Ghotb Zadeh said Friday. The . Commissions five lawyers from Algeria Venezuela France Bangladesh and Syria who arrived in Tehran two weeks ago today Are trying to seek the hostages release As Well As investigate iranian allegations that the Shah killed and tortured thousands of his opponents and plundered the nation s Treasury during his 37-year reign which ended when he fled Iran 14 months ago in the islamic revolution. The Shah whose arrival in the United states for medical treatment in late october led to the embassy takeover is now living with his wife in woos Dixie Connelly needs win s. Carolina primary first of four in South by Lee Byrd associated press writer South Carolina republicans turned out today for their first presidential primary with John Connelly hoping to pop out of the candidate cellar and Ronald Reagan vying to keep Dixie a heart from turning fickle. George Bush while withdrawing a last minute Media attack on Reagan wanted to stay close enough to Dampen the standby interest of Gerald r. Ford and Sharpen the gop Battle into a two Way contest Between himself and the former California governor. The South Carolina balloting was the first of four deep South contests in four Days with Florida Georgia and Alabama coming up tuesday. Reagan a Strong showing in the Region four years ago revived a faltering Challenge to Ford and led him to a near upset of the incumbent president. This time. Reagan comes in As a hard charging front runner but former Texas gov. Connelly declared on election eve Quot in a going to carry this at stake were 25 National convention delegates and perhaps More critically momentum for the Battles next week. The polls opened at 9 . Est and were to close at 7 . Never before had the gop Here conducted a primary nor had there been any election on a saturday in the state. Democrats will begin selecting their delegates at precinct caucuses starting in a week. With Reagan former . Ambassador Bush and himself the Only serious contenders on the ballot Connelly has dipped into his dwindling Treasury for All he dares while devoting most of his last three weeks on the South Carolina hustings. After dismal showings in Iowa Arkansas and new England another poor result could finish him for Good especially if viewed in Light of All the help he a had from sen. Strom Thurmond and former gov. James Edwards two of the most powerful political figures in the states history. Still Connelly defiantly asked Quot Why should i think that if i Don t win in a going to collapse a he predicted instead that Quot if we carry South Carolina As i anticipate we will Well run very Strong in Alabama Georgia and got the momentum Reagan his own Campaign strapped for Cash agreed South Connelly wades into crowd in Florence . Accomplice asked to come Forward in California Kidnap investigation by Pete Jacob san Francisco a while investigators searched piles of papers belonging to alleged abducted Kenneth Parnell officials in the Rural Community of Ukiah appealed to a possible accomplice in the abduction of a 5-year-old to surrender and Calm the fears of the town. Timmy White reunited with his family sunday after he was returned to Ukiah by a teen Ager who had spent seven yearn with Parnell underwent hypnosis to give officials a description of a second Man who allegedly helped Parnell abduct him. Parnell 48, is charged with Whites feb. 14 abduction and the Osu trustees approve county scholarship the efforts by the Ohio state University alumni association in Tuscarawas county to Start a scholarship fund has paid off. The Ohio state University Board of trustees announced Friday that it had established a scholarship fund for county residents to attend Osu. The fund was begun with $5000 raised by the alumni Over the past year through a Benefit dinner last april Arith Woody Hayes As honoured guest and a phone a Thon last september. The contributions and future funds raised will be invested by Osu and the interest earned will provide one or More scholarships each year for undergraduate Osu students from the county. The Tuscarawas county alumni club will recommend recipients to the University committee on student financial aids which makes the final decision. The Tuscarawas county scholarship fund has the Honor of being the first established by the trustees As a result of the Community Campaign program a project sponsored by Osur a development fund. Efforts Are under Way in 27 Ohio counties and five out of state metropolitan areas to raise scholarship funds for the University. Robert Horn of Dover chairman of the 1979 county fund raising Campaign said he was pleased about the news. Quot we have a very Strong alumni organization in the county Quot he commented. Quot we have a lot of people interested in Osu not just in athletics but for the Quality of education offered Down there. We re real proud of the support we get in the county for the Horn said a list of scholarship recommendations was sent by the local scholarship committee to the University on March i and that the decision should be made shortly. He said the scholarship will be a $1105 Grant for one year for an Osu freshman and that the University probably will select the local groups first Choice for the scholarship. Horn added that the alumni group will hold another Telephone solicitation drive for pledges this september contacting the 550 to 600 Osu alumni in the county. Quot we re also kicking around the idea of having an Eldon Miller banquet this year but nothing has been really started on it yet Quot he said. Miller a native of Gnadenhutten is head basketball coach at Ohio state. The groups ultimate goal would be to raise about $12,000, which Horn a Dover electrical contractor and Osu alumnus said would enable the group to give scholarships each year using Only the interest accrued on the Money raised. Abduction seven years ago in Merced of Steven Stayner now 14. He has pleaded innocent to charges in Ukiah and is to be arraigned in Merced a about 200 Miles South a next week. Ukiah officials Are under a court order not to discuss the Case of the 5-year-old White who underwent hypnosis on wednesday. But it. Bill Baily of Merced said Quot my investigator tells me that Timmy described a Man who is a White male. He was wearing a baseball Cap the adjustable kind with the holes in the Back and running authorities said they lacked a name or decisive clues that might Lead to the capture of the Man White described. Carolina was a a bellwether Quot for the rest of the South and he too stumped to the wire Friday night before heading into Florida. On the nations opposite coast Reagan a ousted Campaign manager John p. Sears huddled with Ford at the former presidents Mojave desert Home in California and declared afterwards that Quot or. Ford could be nominated if he decided to Ford for his part said he has yet to make that decision although Thomas c. Reed head of the new draft Ford National comm Mittee declared things Are Quot moving very Reagan said the Sears Ford Hookup did no to bother him nor did Sears assessment of Fords chances. Quot that a their business Quot he remarked. Quot i think in a going to be in the race All the Way to the gop National convention in Detroit a and but Reagan was talking Ford a not Bush or Connelly a when he got to Florida. Quot Jerry is Only two years and five months younger than i am a the 69-year-old conservative told a Crown at Melbourne. Bush also whipped Between Florida and South Carolina telling reporters in Greenville Quot i think Well Surprise some people in today s balloting. Earlier he dismissed Connally As a Quot regional Quot candidate with nowhere else to go and said the current round of contests would enable him to Quot go one on one with Ronald Reagan Quot although a Ford entry would Quot complicate Quot matters. In Florida Bush cancelled some Media advertising which featured a Sharp attack upon Reagan. One radio spot for example said Quot today we re being asked to support another former governor with no experience in foreign policy no real understanding of the dangers we we afford to make the same mistake twice Quot a press aide said the ads were dropped because the Campaign decided a a it a better to stay on the positive in the Midwest Republican congressman John Anderson got a boost while campaigning in his Home state of Illinois when both the Chicago Tribune and the Chicago Sun times endorsed him for the March 18 gop primary. The Sun times called him Quot one who far surpasses his opponents in terms of courage integrity humanity an proven ability Quot while the Tribune cited his Quot conservatism plus conscience toughness with democratic challenger Edward m. Kennedy also campaigned in Illinois telling a Chicago audience that any attempt to balance the Federal budget a As president Carter May try to do a would Cut inflation by Only Quot a paltry fraction while harming the most vulnerable people in american society. However Mendocino county District attorney Joseph Allen said the description was Quot Good enough that we re working on this very Quot i m appealing to the second suspect to come Forward to Calm the fears of the Community Quot Allen told reporters Friday. Meanwhile in Merced Yosemite National Park janitor Ervin Murphy accused of helping Parnell abduct Stayner pleaded innocent Friday to charges of kidnapping child stealing and false imprisonment. Officials say Murphy and Parnell apparently had no Contact after a 1975 Telephone Call. White was abducted feb. 14 As he walked Home from school. The child was discovered saturday in Ukiah after he was brought to town by Stayner who had been living with Parnell in a Remote ranch Cabin. Stayner told authorities he had been abducted in 1972. Bailey said investigators had obtained a search warrant and turned up numerous letters school reports about Stayner and other correspondence in a locker rented by Parnell. Back in Washington the Massachusetts senator was rejected by the Federal communications commission in demand for equal broadcast time to air his response to Carters news conference feb. 13. Reagan presses the flesh in Sumter . Appeal in sex cases being studied by judges judges from the ninth District court of appeals sitting in for the fifth District court of appeals Friday took under advisement arguments in an Appeal by Paul d. Suffecool sr., 39, who is serving sentences on sex related charges. Suffecool who is serving a i i to 5-year term for attempting to abduct two teen age girls from the Mineral City area on March 20, 1979, and a 13-month term for two counts of solicit on for sexual purposes and one count of sexual imposition was represented in court by attorney John Smith. Smith argued that the evidence presented in both cases did not support convictions on any of the charges. Richard Fox assistant Tuscarawas county prosecutor and Eugene Nemetz new Philadelphia police prosecutor argued that testimony presented by the alleged victims and from potential victims of similar acts during a three to four Day period sufficiently substantiated the convictions. Judge Sam Bell said a decision should be rendered within a month to six weeks. Two fifth District judges reportedly withdrew from hearing the Suffecool Appeal because they were involved in previous cases involving Suffecool while they were serving in the Stark county prosecutors office. House leaders looking tile i reporter for draft sign up Money uses 145-560 published Delly except sunday by Mansfield journal co. Telephone 216 364-5577. Second class postage paid at Dover of. Advertising editorial and business offices at 629 Wabash a. New new Philadelphia of. 44663 worldwide news coverage by the associated press and the los Angeles times Washington Post news services. Represented by correspondents in Tuscarawas Carroll Coshocton Harrison Holmes and Stark counties. Columbus and Washington. Subscription rates mail subscriptions payable in Advance mail subscriptions on Rural routes in Tuscarawas. Carroll. Coshocton Harrison Holmes Guernsey and Stark counties not served by times reporter Carrier or motor route delivery one month $5.00 three months $14.00 six months $27.00 one year $51.00. Mail subscriptions to All other Ohio counties and outside Ohio one month $5.90 three months. $14.90 six months $28.90 one year $55.90 Home delivery by Carrier or motor routes $1.20 per week or $62.40 per year. Newsstands news Racks and dealers 20 cents per copy. Washington apr House leaders Are considering a plan to use existing Pentagon funds to pay for president Carters draft registration program which is stalled because of a shortage of Money. Carter wants $13.3 million to Start the draft registration program but total Federal spending has exceeded the congressional budget ceiling and no More Money can be approved. Congressional staff members who asked not to be identified said Friday the idea of shifting Money already in a Pentagon account to the selective service is the chief option under consideration. Another idea is to divert funds already appropriated for other purposes they said. Also being discussed is whether such actions could be implemented and whether they would set a precedent for getting around a budget ceiling said the staff members. Despite the hang up one administration lobbyist also asking not to be named said the White House views the matter As a a technical problem and is confident Congress soon will find a solution. However the administration request for Money already has been turned Down by a House subcommittee which approved Only enough Money for a standby registration system in an emergency. House speaker Thomas p. Of Neill a mass says the administration now has enough votes to reverse the subcommittee s decision

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