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Madison Capital Times (Newspaper) - March 08, 1980, Madison, WisconsinWeather partly Cloudy High tonight Low around details on Page 2 30 4 sections 256 latest memorial skaters nip East in spartans face Rice Lake in Wila state championship game see sports the capital times Wisconsin March 1980 militants threaten to keep hostages horses one of the largest horse shows in the the Little International horse and livestock show is under Way this weekend at the us Stock 1675 Linden events Start ing tonight at in clude Western horse open pig steering and sheep events continue sunday starting at and include Competition in numer Ous there is an admission cars the custom car which is sponsored by the eliminators car is on tap this weekend at the Dane county exposition buildings d and the featuring Cus hot motor race and is open until 1 1 and from noon to there is ail admission Art featuring works by Hogarth and an Art auction will be held sunday starting at 2 at the Bank of Short Wood 810 Shorewood the event is sponsored by the Madison chapter of the women american organization of rehabilitation through training and proceeds will go Benefit the Ort school of engineering in Sun Prairie the 7lh annual antique show and sponsored by the choir club of Sun Prairie senior High will be held from to sunday at the colonial where to find it pages 7 death Page 20 Page 8 pages 1518 weather 2 pm Section Page 10 12 dear Page 11 kids Page 9 looking Page 12 10 Page 13 11 phone numbers want 73 from wire services Tehran the american hostages will not be leaving the occupied embassy Here saturday said Ayatollah Mohammad an islamic revolutionary court the ayatollahs statement came As the hos tags militant captors were embroiled in a Dis Pute with foreign minister Sadegh Ghotb a Deh Over plans to turn the captive amerian diplomats Over to iranian the estimated 50 hostages will not leave the embassy today Halk Hali told thousands of demonstrators waiting for hours outside the american diplomatic the militants said in a Telephone interview that they had no knowledge of Ayatollah Halk Halis but they were still awaiting Goben cars closes by Sharon Pitman capital times staff writer Goben Madison Only american motors has All that was visible this morning was the word closed Handwritten across a piece of paper taped to the front door of the Dealership at 1000 it appears that the local business has added its name to the list of Auto Mobile dealerships across the com Pany who have fallen victim to declining car the shutdown of go Bens is said to be but Donald owner of the could not be reached for go Bens sold american motors Dodge and British Leyland Goben was said to be in Peters where he owns another automobile related business Gator neither he nor his bar could be reached at the business this one source said that employees Learned of the dealerships Fate Fri Day just before its doors closed for the final time at 5 while the Dealership is closed to the a flutter of activity continued on this morning behind its notebook carrying men thought to be Bank representatives spent the Day checking cars and their serial they would not Dis close their Telephone requests today for Auto Mobile servicing at the Dealership were met with referrals to Schappe Conway 754 washing ton when contacted this How employees at the Scha Pecon Way Dealership would disclose no in other than to say heard some scuttlebutt about go Bens representatives of the revolutionary Council so they could turn Over the they repeated their insistence that they would not hand Over their captives to Ghotb militants occupying the embassy since 4 had said earlier they stood by their Promise to hand Over the hostages saturday to a representative of the revolutionary Council but not to refusing him entry to the they branded the foreign minister a liar for having reportedly said that Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini named him to take custody of the the militants occupying the embassy said they were standing by their prom ise to hand Over the hostages to a representative of the revolutionary Council but not to the militants pledged to hand Over the hos tages unless the people disapproved of such a this might mean that the militants counted on the people to reject Council Cus Tody of the hostages at a mass demonstration in support of the militants which was scheduled outside the embassy saturday the foreign minister conceded that Ayatollah Khomeini had not specifically named him for the task but protested that he was Man dated by the Council which was following the revolutionary leaders responsibility for this Mission having been Given to me by the revolutionary i will go to the nest of spies to carry out this decision and Settle the he radio Tehran said the Council confirmed it had Given Ghotb Zadeh responsibility for the but aides of Khomeini added to the confusion with a statement that the Iman wanted Iran future parliament to Settle the hostage Fate rather than the they denied newspaper reports that the revolutionary Leader had called for handing Over the americans to the a state ment confirmed by the militants some demonstrators gathered outside the embassy compound As a Mark of approval for the 126day some carried Pla cards calling Ghotb Zadeh a liar or demanding that the Shah be handed shouting death to Ameri burned two flags As the militants holding the embassy marched past on the other Side of its state department officials in Washington said things seem confused in Iran and doubted the Transfer would be made As Friendship Force will visit South Korea the Wisconsin Friendship Force is going to Exchange citizen ambassadors with South Korea in Friendship Force officials James and David Carman hold up a South korean Flag during a workshop on the nation that 100 Dane county residents will visit this year As part of the National Exchange assisting in this mornings workshop were Seoul natives Haksoo and his wife Haju both now residents of the Friendship Force will travel to Seoul and Pusan May at the same time a similar number of koreans come to Henry a capital times Madison babe will turn in his Union card in july by Mike Miller capital times staff writer for nearly 30 years the name har old babe Rohr has been synonymous with organized labor in Madi but the babe has decided to Call it and will step Down from his numerous posts come july when he reaches age he has held the Post of business agent for painters Union local 802 since and has served in various state and National Union jobs along with his full time agent in for a dozen years he has been president of the Madison area building trades he is also a vice president and treasurer of the labor Temple Vic Epresi Dent of the state building trades and the head of numerous local and National painters Union but his Union activities have been Only a part of Rohrs Public life through the he served for 14 from As Alderman of the old 14th and As a member of labors political has been involved in and National As an Rohr battled Over the everlasting auditorium bit Terly opposing the proposals for a Frank Lloyd Wrigh designed project Law Park and supporting proposals for a facility in Olin Park or anywhere else in the 14th while that position constantly angered supporters of particularly former capital times Edi tors and publishers William Evjue and Miles it stood Well with his All i had to do to have a Campaign Issue was to make one speech on the subject and Bill and Miles would take me on and wed be off an he Rohr gained a reputation As a conservative when he led fights against open housing ordinances on the coun cil floor and against allowing Robert Sun to hold Public hearings on the Vietnam War in the Cit county both Chicago newspapers Hack Anderson candidacy Harold babe Rohr but in 1972 Rohr played the other Side of the jumping into the presidential election where George Meany feared to while the late National Falcio sat out the Battle for the Rohr gave his solid support to George insisting that a second term for Richard Nixon would be devastating to the earning Power of working men and his career in organized labor got its Start in when he went to work for his father As an apprentice Painter and became a Union he took Over the Job of local 802s business agent on a Friday the 13th in and for awhile that looked like a continued on Page 4 Chicago up the Chicago Tribune and the Chicago Sun times Are both endorsing John an Derson of Illinois for the Republican nomination for president in their Sun Day the announced Fri follow Andersons near upset of George Bush in Massachusetts tues they also provide a dramatic boost for Andersons Home state Campaign Little More than a week before the March 18 Illinois on wednesday the capital times became the first Midwest newspaper to endorse we support John Anderson of Illinois for the Republican presidential nomination in the Tribune state Pride May add a certain Tang to this but we Are quite sure that if Anderson came from any other state in the we would still favor and for the same Rea the principal reason is this among the candidates now on the bal John Anderson Best represents the qualities needed to win Nomina Tion and election and having won to be a effective presi the Tribune said it is heartening that voters seem to have recognized Andersons qualities even though few of Andersons stands seem aimed at popularity and he does not temper his views to suit his Audi the Sun times cited Andersons courage As the Only Republican candidate to support the soviet Grain pm gun and the Salt ii and the Only one who opposes the cruel efforts to deny Feder ally funded abortions to the the Sun times said Anderson diff ers from other candidates who follow Public fancy and offer unworkable programs designed to of fend no who is getting support from liberals and Middleon therond is from

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