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HONG KONG — The Hcog 
, Koog gpvemment on Frid^ 
over a failed local bank th^ 

. V. dais said had coUapsedbecause (tf 
- fraud. Hie govenunent sad the rea- 

cue enuld cost ««t murfi sm 7 Wnirtw 

rSHong Kong ddUais ($2S9 ndSioii]!. 

The takeover of the Overseas 
- ^ Trust Bank, which has about 
100,000 depositors and is the 
r- founb-largest locally Jncoiporeted 
bank, c^ied a di^ of erink in 
‘‘o Hong Krag. Concons about the 
British colons basktng -system 
~ caused the Ugg^ phmge in local 

• - ' stock market pices in-Uiiee and a 
. half years, and theie wem radio 
repMis of some nms on local 
' • banks. 

Hong Kong does not insniu bank 
' deposits and a failiire to siqippt 

.. . ,, 1 ^^ bank would havebem a severe 
^ow to thousands -of small inves- 
tors and Hong Kong's piesdge as a- 

rinanriflt center, win 

Sir John H. BremtidgiB, the &• 
-c: nandal secretary, told'& Lcgi^’ 

. ' live ConncQ that the probleois of 

'l. Overseas Trust **tTOear to have 
arisen from criminm actions awwt 
1." not from la^ of pmtotial 
. virion by the baniting commit 

- ■ sioiL” 

The bank’s finandal t mnhW, he 
said later, ameared to be the result 
of a niidor nand ‘‘izzvoiriflg many 
hundreds of iwitiinns of'ddOais.* 
He dedined to elaborate. 

, * . Bonidre ComndssiaDer Robert 
" ‘ '-^ell said after the-.l^egisiative 
''^Council meetiim that sane OvB^ 
seas Trust funds had b^ Iruni^d 
. 10 the owner of a finance cQoqaiQr 

that failed ea^ this year. 

‘ Unee officials oi the bank were 
charged Frid^ with viciations 


.Bong Kong. banking relations, 
. ptdiee, said...AutiK)riti65 ukotified 
them only “as two Malaysians, a 
bank diector and. an Overseas 
Trust eamcDtivg'ai]^ a Gdnese ex- 
.ecutive.qf-tbe.baiiL 

Eariier, offo'als said that three 
' piwMvic ingTnrfing a senioT bank 
. (^id^ were detained for qnes- 
lidning. It was not dear if they were 
the t mee p ersons charged. A. fe- 
male OIB.en^om was rdeased 
Ridgy, police said. . 

- -'nKBOvenuneol move sought U) 
defnse Hong Kc^s.secood major 
banldim criris in less than two 
years, when another large bi^ 
the Hang Lung; could not meet 

wwmnifnvwN to itS daaring hank 

in September 1983, the government 
aequued it to pievmt rank runs. !t 
was the- first tune that tbe govem- 
mat bad assurued owneesh^ of a 
P^wnfftai inwhnrinm .- 

Overseas Trast,' founded in 19SS 
and-owned a Malayrian fan^y, 
has 44 brandKS in Ho^ Koi^ arid 
ei^ overseas, induding branches 

mLcmdCHi, Baimifn and San Fr^n- 

caseo. It has .deposits gtHmataH at. 
10 bfilioa doD^.and L400 erur 
ployees. IbeR were no estimates 
Tmmediatdy tvaflaMe on the num- 
her of riiarraddets. 

Tbe govemmdtt dosed the bank 
Ibnrsday aftd Overseas Trust de- 
dared hsdfmsolveaL Sir Jeto said 
thebank’sbodkshadbeenthesub- 
jed of an intenrive aodh dining the 
past two months. 

'The Legislative Council went 
into emergem^ session Friday and 
ananhbouriy iqiptoved legisiatioii 
aDowing the goveniment to take 
control of Ols. Ibe takeover win 

(Coathned oe R[®e % CoL 8) 



Reagan Plans 
Adherence to 
SALT-2 Terms 


By Lou Cannon tion but later said that he would 

Washmgnm Pesi Serme oot undercut it as long as Moscow 
WASHINGTON — The United observed its provisiem 
States will remain in “base con^- The Reagan administration as- 

ance” with tbe SALT-2 oudrar serted in a February rqwrt that the 


arms trea^, but President Ronald 
Reagan wul make “apMopriate re- 
spaises” to purpoiled viola- 
tions of the umatified agreement. 


Soriet Union had violated the trea- 
ty on four counts. 

In an effort io find a compromise 
that would demonsuate U.S. dis- 


Reagan administration sources pleasure with Moscow but not 


A Sio IHudo mbigiae <^dal hoMs iqp die sknD foand in the Brazifian grave idiere Jos^ Mei^de was aO^edly turned 

Cerman Letters Led to ^Mengele Grave’ 


% William Diozdiak 

fPalm^Un Post Serrke 
BONN — A German pros- 


formation contained in tbe letters 
referred to the Nazi war ctiminaL 
Ibree West Gennan aiminal ex- 


ecutor said Friday that letters aminers were sent to S3o Pado to 
found in the hone of a fonner assist BiaziBan po^ in the esthu- 
employee of Dr. Josef Menu’s mation and idratification of the 
Eamily coicem woe the evidence allied remains of Dr. Mengele. 


tbatra the authorities 10 the grave In Brazil, policB anthorities con- 
in Bra^ that may ooitam the re- - tinned to express optimism Friday 
mains d the most-wanted Nari war tiiat Dr. Magele’s body had been 
criminaL found while Nazi hrmtas in the 


criminaL 

Hans-£berhard Klein, the 


found while Nazi hrmtas in the 
United States and Europe ex- 


Rankfiirt.offidal in diarge of the pressed strong doibt. 

Mengde case since 197A said that However, in New York, Simpn 
the pioioeh^ searched the home of Wiesenth^, the concentration 
an unidentified nian in Neu Uhn, camp surviver Nazi hunter, 
near Stuttgart, after a uruversiQr said Friday that he had dianged his 


professor rqxirted that the man mind since Thursday, when te ex- 
boasted about arran g in g finan - pnsssed doubt that & body of Dr. 
cial rid for Ibe Nazi fiigttive whQe Mrii^ had been lora^ He said 
woridng for tbe Mengrie family’s that because ttfaddiliaia] infonoia- 
farm machinery busm^ in Gunz- tion he was now **less skqidcaT Of 




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said Friday. 

An administratioo offidri said 
that the exact wading of the re- 
qxmses remains to be worked out 
over the wedeend at f^mp David, 
Maryland, but that Mr. Reagan al- 
ready had decided to continue with 
bis basic policy of “na undercut- 
ting the SALT-2 treaty.” 

The official added that Mr. Rea- 
gan was “respectful” of the views of 
the Senate ara of U.K allies calling 
fa trea^ coniplknice, at least as 
long as there is any hope fa the 
U.S.-Soviet aims control talks in 
Geneva. But the official described 
Mr. Reagan as also “frustrated” by 
what he rraards as purposeful vio- 
lations by Moscow and tom by the 


abandon SALT-2 outri^i, Mr. 
Reagan has been considering a 
plan to drydock an rider Poseidon 
subraaiine, rather than diananile it 
(CoDtinued on l^ge 2, Cri. 3) 


mmaHolds 
22 VNTroops 
ttiLAaium 

The Assaeured Preas 

BEIRUT — Twenty-four Finn- 




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y%'t, , 4 ^ - •T.'i 


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IJ,S. Senate Authorizes 
■ % AM to Managua Rebels 


burg, Bavaria. 

Mr. Klein said the police discov- 


the repons from BiaziL 
Mr. Kldn said that the 







By Steven y, Roberts 

> > f/hi/.Yari Timet 

. :J WASHINCrrpN '■=■ The vs 

t senate has araro^ an amoetd-. 
* . ' meot that \Kma authoize $38 thil- 
. lion in nonnuhta^ rid over two 
( >.:-Vr years to tbe guemllas fighting to 

- overthrow tbe Nicaruuan gpvem- 
r meat The vote was 5541 

|The Senate affirmed Friday its 
^ siqpport of nomniliiaiy aid fa tte 

Nicaragua tells the United 
, ‘ States h would fighit a lo9i% 

. : battle if it invinied. ; Page 3. 

' rebels by defealinL 57-35, an 
' amendmeat to ban the (^tral In- 

' ' the a^Sf^r^niied 

national .rqxxted from Wasiun^ 
ion.Itsbackers$ridtheGArriem 
Nicaragua had been discredited.] 
The vote Thmsdw was seen as a 
^ significaat yretory fa tbe Reagan 
administration, vdiidi has been try^ 
ing for more than a ^ai to renew 
,IP J^ancing of the guenilLas. 
r Last April tbe Senate approved 
S14 million fa the idids m the 
. current fiscal yeu, but tbe House 
of Representatives rgected all 
^ 1 ,^ forms of aid. Tbe House is expea- 
ed to act next week on a new aid 
bill fa tbe guerrillas. . 

. I i f Ai an qjpearance Thursday in 
k ' 1 ' Birmingham, Alabama, FTesiaent 
Roiald Reagiui praised die Senate 
''V rate; then tumra to the coning 
' battle In tbe House, calling on h to 
' approve tbe funds to show it op- 
poses “the sworn enemies ri free- 
- dom” in Central America, The As- 
sociated Press reported from 
Washington.] 

Theprt^onin.the’Sraaielril 
fa funneting the aid throu^ 'the 
' ^ is a reaxmse to adnimistration 
demands. Zn additipd, a euirent 
law that bars any dim a indirect 
. ' military support fa tbe r^els 
'' would be UTtra by the talL . 

.. ^ However, tbe pada^iquesent- 
ed a compromise that dk no eom- 
pleidy satisfy the 'adminxstratioo. 

' The moDQt' could be nsoi only fa 
. - ' ' sudi “hurnaoitarian assistance” as 
T food and dothing,. 

Mr. Reagan has denounced tbe 
Nicaraguan government r^eate^ 
.. and asked Catgiess fa.sufficiait 
4<’ support to Jnake the Nkaiagnans 
' ' . ' “cry uncle.” But ibe vote Tbuis^ 
reflects the dear coisensus oi CapT 
iiol Hill that Congress does not 
want to si^y direct mOilaiy rid 
. tp the rdKi^ 

., ‘T'When the House considen the 
tissue, it probably will anirove a 
more modest package of $27 riO- 
V lion extendira only dirot# next 
' ■ spring The House is also tuedy to 
’ ‘ bar the CiA from dispensing the 
aid. and to retain the current ban' 

- on military assistance. 

Senaia Hibbard G. Li^. a.Re- 

publi^ of Indiana and the co- 
sponsa of ThuisthQr's amendmem. 

' said, “In lenns ri Central Amerir 

v-v' 4 can policy, this is a critical day.” ' 

■ , His amendment passed, he said, 

ti because lawmakers and ihdr cmi- 
/•{ &P s^uems, do not “want to see a 
Rhdraviral from our respoasbil- 
iiies in Nica^ua.” 

“I don’t think th^ really want to 
leave ihinp drift.” said hfr. Lugri, 


irix) is diaiiman of the Fofdgn 
ReJatiais Canmitte& “Tlns'is the 
day we poBed things together and 
moved riie^ in abipadisan way.” 

The rid package isiedmkaBy in 
two parts. One part, S14 inilhon,' 
alierily has been appropriated fa 
the current fiscal year but has never 
been rdeased. The second part. $24 
million, would be authoiWd fa 
the 1986 fiscal year, beginnmg OcL 
1. Those funds would have to be 
^ipropriated by adritioial 
tion. 

In other niovisicnis, the amend- 
ment bars the nse of any secret CIA 
ftmds to aid the guemllas; urges the 
ReagU admihistration to pmsue 
n^iotiatkms between tberandin- 
ists and the guerzillas, and permits 
the White Hoise to seek additional 
mSitaiy rid should those nida- 
tions fafl to produce an agreemenL 

Mr. Liigar trid the S^te that 
U.S. policy riuMiId pursue a diange 
in the “fundamental structure’! of 
the Sandinist gove mm enL *^e 
should not be embanassed to ^ 
port the forces stnig^mg against 
Mandsm and for democraev,” he 
said. 

Bnt opponents of the amende 
ment mamtained (hat'the real 
of the admmjstiatioQ was na a 
n^otiaied settlemeat. but the foc- 
iUe ova till uwri tbe Sandinisu^ 
Seoata Edward.M. Kennedy, a 
Massachusetts Democrat, told the 
Senate that tberrwas a “deq> and 
grcrimig ooncero” around the coun- 
try that “11118 administiriion is tak- 
ing us to war in Central America.” 

He ofiered' amendments urriog 
talks between Washii^lai and Ma- 
nagua, and tiuit would bar U.S. 
combat tnx^ from the r^jon. 
Bodi were defeated. 

Senaia Jos^h R. Biden Jr. of 
Delaware the nmk^ Democrat 
on the Forrign Rriations Commit' 


MT.RjOT sun me police oisco^ Mr. Klein said that the police 
en^acufaeoflettinm trawa^ werctneatingthccaseseriousN.but 
robe <rf the mans wife on May 31. he cautioned about leaping to de- 
TWo ci die hst^ anudmg to Dr. finilive conclusions that Dr. Mcn- 
Men^es death, were traced to an gde was dead. 

^ple Hvtadear S5o i,™s„,cfair whether bone tests 

Mo. Wolfinm ami Lisdoite Bos- 

^ -j I was no reliable infomaiioi about 

wMtntisihaiDr.Mrageteisknt^ 
to *iavB £u£fOTd durag the nm. 


conflict within his administiatioo ish soldieis u-ere Friday b>' 
onAeissu& jnQitiamen of tbe Israeli-ba^ed 

That conflict surfaced agam Fn- South Lebanon Army, who threat- 
day in a cable from Secreiaiy of ened to kill the men— “one every 
State George P. Shultz and a letter hour" — unless 1 1 fellow militia- 
ftompetense Secretary Caspar W. men c^tuted by Shiite Moslem 
Weuibeiger thal set ont opposing guerxiOas were released, a United 
views, sources said. Nations spokesman 

Mr. %uhz, in Portugri to attend B ght hours after their capture, 
a meetii^ of foreign ministers of all the nnns were gtin alive, the 
the 16-nation North Atlantic Trea- UN spokesman, Timur Goksel, le- 
ty Oiganizatu^ cabled Mr. Rea- ported by rHffibope Late Friday, 
gan to emphaaze allied support fa two of the Fmns were freed un- 
at least rnodified appliance. Mr. harmed. No explanation for thdr 
Shultz iriierated his support fa release was available, 
this view, wfaiefa he oqiresed Mon- The Finns are part of the 3 600- 

day at a meeting of the National member United Nations peace- 
Security Coundl that was chaired keeping force in Lebanon, sent into 


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by tbe presidenL 


the country to maintain oder after 






Mr. Shultz was said to believe the 1978 Israeli incuisioiL 
that the Soviet Union codd score a Mr. Gflksd said he was in radio 

“propaganda advantage” in Eu- contaa with the Finnish soldiers 
rope if Mr. Reagan rqwdiatcd the toward niphrfan 

. At the United Nations in New 

Wonbe^ con- Yak, Secretary-General Javier Pfe- 
tended Monday that Moscow jcz_ de Curilar appealed for Israel's 
would interpret U.S. faiinre to re- asristance in winning the ^ease of 


mlngacadentinl979andwasba. Kteto sS Dr‘ 

fed mtbelown Of Embu under tbe SSS dSlal^iS^vriSh 
nam of Wolfgang C5<^ 

f barik to 1938 and thus jnay be of 

from 19n to 1978, ^.hare been ii„ritcrivriut 
sent by Dr. Meo^ hunsrif, ac- trt • u • .i. -i 

coding to Mr. E He said the 

latere did nri cite any nrines, but wereyeiffi^ 

dmi Dolia ovntnlo^m ouirViv andrildoubBlaidloresutheglob- 


s' "“i 


{ would mteipret U.S. faiinre to re- jj 

s spond to thdr “wfllfu! violatioos” the remaini] 
T " as a rign of ribninisiration weak- cording to 
i ness. Sources said be forceful^ rril- < pftir >.ciiTgn 
[ erated his position in the letter to Mr. Gtuli 
f the president de CuSIar I 


the remaining Finnish eptives, ac- 
cording to Frani^ Giubanl a 


Mr. Gruliani said that Mr. Pirez 
de Cudlar bad telqihoiied Israel’s 


Mr. Kiem emphasized that until 
Or. Mengde’s death were verified 


that poliee ayptrio^ts quid^ 
recogmzed that tbe initials and in- 


Soviet Tells 
Jordan It 
Wants Talks 

By David B. Occaway 

tVaskuigtoH PaaSayke 


(Cootiniied <« Piage 2, GoL 7) ■ 


Ilie Brazifian identity card of WoVgang Gerhard, whose 
idoitity Dr. Josef Mei^rie is srid to have assmned. 


PresideDt Timmy Carter with- ddi^te to tbe United Nations, 
drew the strau^ arms trrattr from Benjamin N etan y ahu , and “asked 
Senate cc^deratioa in 1979inthe fa the assistance of tbe Israeli gov- 
face of widespread oroosiiion. Mr. eminent in this matter.” 


Reagan 
treaty in 


prigned against the The Hons were being held in two 
980 presidential dec- groups, five at a UN checkpoint in 

Qaniara, six rnPes (10 kilometers) 

north of tiie Israeli borda, and 19 
yy aboard a United Nations radio- 

equipped bus at Adrisseh. three 
and a half miles (six kilometers) 
southeast of Qantara. 

tors who lived id East Mr. Gflksd said that the 19 


AmM the Mayhem, Lebanese Mourn 2 Slam Heroes 


By Chacles P. Wallace 


wrore Joseph Nassar, who is na related to ing, to take oorses and doctors who lived in East 


las Angela Tima Serme Tanioos Nassar. “The guns would fall sOcot Beirut home at the end of their work day and Finns were seized as they rode in a 

BEIRUT— Even by Lebanese standards, tbe the Gran Line.". pick up a new shift fa the start of thdr day. bus returame them from furlouah 


Hail Omar would always offer his hdp to in Israel 

n,!.., b:... •' r\_ A-a..-: ....IJ uu... 


last few weeks have seemed a paradigm of Along his rrate, Mr. Nassar gained friends “Haij Omar would always offer his hdp to in Israel ^ ^ 

virience: Shiite Modems hauled Palestinians, ^ various militia 901 ^ by shooting anyone who asked him,” Dr. Azouri said. “He *They said they want to kill 

Modems fought Christians, hundreds of people iwlat« news m he drove past. Two weeks ago, would expose himsdf to danger, but not his them, one everv hour until all their 
wm lolled ^ thousands were left homeless, after 10 years of crossing the Green Line, neva- drivers." men are returoaL”Kfi'. Gflksd said 

In tte nridst of the mayhem, many LdMnese In addition to shuttling staff members around of the Srath Lebanon Army. “But 


WAOTINGTON ^ Tte Sovirt paused to mourn two men who were kflled after The men had h^en KvmlMilft nf 
Union has trid Jordan that It 15 a decade of stolidly hdping others survive. tuts naa Deen eyuiDOlB OI 

Ubanese tenacity m the face 
of overwhelming adversity. 


than hdd under the auspices of tbe 
United Nations Security CoundL 


Kit ea± man became, over the 


Jordanian fordgn minister, Taher 
al-Masii, during a visit to Moscow 
12 days ago. It a^ieais to have 
added a new con^Bcadon to Ja- 
danian ^orts to amvene a UN- 
sponsored international conference 
under which a join t Jordanian-Pal- 
estinian deJe^on would bedd di- 
rect talks mm Israri. 

The Rusaans already have said 


In addition to shuttling staff members around of the South Lebanon Army. “But 
Beirut during the war, oo oocarion he would we don't have their men.” 
make tire pejous 120-mile (200-kiIoin^) Reponers in Bedias, 12 miles (20 
round tm to Damam sometimes twice m a kilomeiers) west of Oaniara, 
day, to bni^ scarce drags and oxygen cylmdeis that Amal, Lebanon's largest Shiite 
to the ho^ial. oiilitia, had displayed the 1 1 cap- 

One Christian woman recalled that he would tive militiamen at 'a press confer- 
frequently drive up to groups of pedestrians race. 




Green Line , roll down his wmdow and pick attacked at Qantara at dawn Fri- 


. . kf • «• ^ m t_ ' « i» ■ «...■<« wawvu ■ iMia uvreii uia vtiaiuwv ouu vaw* cat wcuAuUsK a4 %MWU j 11* 

Mr. Nassar was a^vetyman for the morih I ewnm bdieve the^ ^ wto lolled him Uiem up, saying simply, “O.K., let’s go.” day and had derided to surrender. 


ing neaCTaper an-Nahar. Mr. Faour, whom knew vriio Tanious was,” Josqih Nassar wrote, 
evetyone new as Hrij Omar, was the head ri “Tanious paid his due to martyrdon, and he 
the mOa pool at the American Univasity won’t be the last He reflected oa obstinacy in 
Ho^tal cairyii^ out our dn^ to the end.” 

Despite tbeir prosaic jobs, both men gained Ironically, Hajj Omar Faour had na waned 
reflect fa tbrir courage in cross^ bade and about his personal safe^ until he heard of 
foih between Moslem West Beirut and Che Tanious Nassar's death. 

Qmstian East In 1975, at tbe outset of the Lebanese civil 

Mr. Nassar would rise at dawn each day in war, Mr. Faour had simply accrated^reaxm- 


ri Tari^ ^d bis due to martyrdojDj and te ^ Fbmish baitaliS ^ 

ity won t be the last He reflected oa obstmaey m ureen ura soon mier . helmne Amal in the mill in 

" ca^ratour.dn 9 to^enA” ^ d^mg off three nurses at theu homes m East 


aw UIW maw. qi- - 

Ironically, Hajj Omar Faoa had na waned 


which the SLA men were captured. 
In another incident Friday. Sii- 


b militiamen and regular Leba- 

hands and his h^mouis._ said CalvmPlimp- neseArmvMldiemhi^ino Pai«:. 


support fa tbe r^els ^ ^d diat the “presideni is 
lifted 1^ the bSl, sppilmgfaffi^andadded: “I 
er. tbe naHfiwe veiwjwiv- think he's siinw looking fa an 


— [ona oeiween Mosum west oeirui ana me lamous Nassar soeatlL Danas ana ms ocan m oura, saio baivm rump- nev Armv eAiHim ivi«,M,'no PsI^c 

rert t^ with Isr^ Omstian East In 1975, at tbe outset of the Lebanese dvil ion, presideni of American University of Beirni, linianc in th.» 

Mr. Nassar would rise at dawn each in war, Mr. Faoa had simply accepted the reaxm- who spoke to a service fa Mr. Faoa that was «,mp in 1 ^ 

newsp^ 1 ^ sibility of s«^ to it tlS^ st^ atimded W I JWO powle. “He was Lebanon to offida] and the aSh ^baiS 

peace taUts^ess tlteUi.(apppM make hs way across the treacherous Green Lme American Umversity Hospital, tbe largest m us, Mr. Pfimpton said. dor GeoraZnidaric into the camo 

May 30 iha the dty. l^banon, was able to get to work despite the Fa several days after Mr. Faoiir's death, aigunpotol to negotiate the releaiS 

.-n-j ^ ^0*pb Nassar, directa of an-Nahar, shooting. most of the hospital's drivere refused to aoss of raotured Shiitre^ 


: parnapatiOL 


M Josqih Nassar, directa of an-Nahar, 


us, MT. riunpioD saia. dor. Geoi^ Znidaric. inio the camp 

Fa several days after Mr. Faour’s death, atgunpoinL to negotiate the release 
most of the bo^tal's drivers refused to aoss of captured Shiites. 


excuse to inv 


Th* Q»-XI* TWMrtvriMt mHmI m - iwni ui luc uiapitai s unvcis ICIUSCQ » CTU5S a capuirea onutes. 

.h* SJaf pointed out m an oiHtuaiy, were it na fa Dr. Ramez Azoun, the head of obstetnes and the Green Line, Dr. Azairi said. But now. he The two later later drove safely 

Thmons Nassar, no one m the northern hdf of gynecology al the hospital said that Mr. Faoa added, Mr. Faoa’s son-in-law, Abdal-Rahman out of the camp after bring caught 
.r ™ Ldgnon would have 1^ any news of tte war would riien make two roimd trips a day across Kibbeh, who is not an employee of the hospital, in cross fire between the wanmg 

(<.4 » ti m i Mi on Fage 2 , col aj Everybody knew him and respected him, the Green Line, despite tbe shdlmg and shorn- has started wmifinp the daily Green Line nm. faciions. ^ 


msiPE 

■ M^BKt Afi Agn daimed 
again 10 be OsisLat the trial 
stemming from the 1981 shoa- 
oigof^pdpe:'' Page 2. 



■ nesdeot Retail listed two 
st^ Vietnam must take befoe 
relatioDsaiththe United States 
eaiibeaonnali^ PageS. 

ARTS/LBSfURE 

. ■ Robert; and Sonia Ddainay 
and thdr .emkuations of mo- 
are w snbject of an 
exhibnicHt m Paris. Page S 

BliStN^/nNANCE 

■ Areentina and the 1MF 
agm to'lhe-:terms. of a new 
lo^tfaat vrinprevenfa down- 
g^ugof Uk-coiu^'s foie^ 

SPfiOAL REP(^ ■ 

■Inik^BsecbiQga new trade 
rote as. a' bri^ between East 
andWesL . . Page 7. 




Soviets Harass U.K. Unit in Germany 



- V ... . 


Mats WOnnder, lefL defeated Jtdin and Ivan Lendl, right, beat .T iiwiw y 

ONUKM'S 00 Fkid^ is tbe 0101*$ swnifnialy of fjbe Ftracb towirfe fwi mampnt. 

Wilaiider and Lendl were to' play for Ibe oa SiBidt^. Tbe mmeiFs final^ scheduled 
for Satnrday, matebed Maitina NanatOova and Chris Evert Page 19. 


By Paul Lewis 

.Vrv TIpri Tuner Service 
BONN — Soviet tram rfittam<»rf 
and threatened three Britidt offi- 
cers after ramming their v^de as 
the three woe ctmductiog a recon- 
naissance nusdon in East Germa- 
ny, tbe British military command 
said Friday. 

Hugh Babington-Smtth, a 
qmkespan ai the British militaiy 
headquaners hi Rbeindahleo, said 
the Soviet soldiers hdd the three 
British officers fa five hours and 
threatened them with louied rifles 
before relearing ibenL 
He said no one was hurt in the 
incident, whidi occurred Tuesday. 

in {Motest, Britain udthdrew its 
invilatioi to soiia Soviet officers 
to attend a mifit^ parade arid 
reception that British foroea hdd in 
West Beriio bn Friday to mark 
Queen Hizabeih IPs birthday. 

Western diplomats said the ind- 
dent was the first case of Soviet 


aggression against an allied liaison 
missioi in East Germany since a 
Soviet sentry shot and killed a UB. 
officer, Mda Artba D. Nicbobon 
Jr., while he was on a rimQar recon- 
naissance patrol near the town of 
Ludwigslust 10 weeks ago. 

Tbe car the Rusaans attacked 
belonged to the military liaison 

iwiftBnn ihat Bri tain has main . 

lained at Potsdam, in East Germa- 
ny. since the end of the World War 
IL along with the United States 
and France. 

The dlied missions send regular 
inteliigence-gaihermg patrols into 
East Germany, often uang cars 
crammed with softiusticated dec- 
ironic equipisenL 

The Soviet Union has amilar li- 
aison missions wito the three allied 
armies in West Germany that pr^ 
fonn the same functiOL 

The Bttadi adds to the recent 
detmoration in the Sovia Army's 
relations with tbe allied miliiary 


missions at Potsdam, which sources 
said had intenafied since Maja 
Nlchdson's death. 

According to the British militaiy 
qxAesman, the Briti^ patrol car 
was parked oi a counuy road three 
miles (4.8 kilometera) from the 
nearest restricted mDiiaiy area. 

A Soviet convoy was approach- 
ing on tbe road when two Soviet 
jeqis brdte away and rammed ihe 
British car so hard that ite tires 
came off two wheels, the spokes- 
man said. 

Soviet soldiers also threw bridis 
and shovels al the car. be said. 

Tbe British car manaewt to readi 
a nearby village and stp^ to 
make rraairs. The Soviet soldiers 
followed, surrounded tbe rar and 
detained the three officers, the 
spokesman said. 

“We do not know why this hap, 
pened. We did nothing unusual a 
provocative.” the British spokes- 
man said. 


VI . . 





Page 2 


INTERNATIONAL HERAID TRIBUNE, SATUBPAY-SONDAY. JUNE 8-9, 



Japan^s Labor Unions: Long on Harmony^ Short on Members __ 

AuAmatrnnc •niivevcd 313 ' 


WORLD BRIEFS 


By Qyde Habcnxian 

Nfnt yoHt Times Senke 

TOKYO — Japan's Labor Mimstry issued a little- 
noted report the other day saying t^t strikes had cost 
the avei^ Japanese en^loyee only ISnnndtesandSO 
seconds of ww time ill each of the last three yeaxsi. 


and service mdustriti that dominate Japan's econonqr 
have bad little suases^ 

Cta a narinnal ]evd, tho fouT ougor federations mto 
whidi unions are banded have almost no ba^ 
pining ability and little political power. Thelargest of 
5ic four, the 4 J-million-^nember General Coonm of 
Trade Unions, is a mainstay of the Japan Sxialist 


WMferatkm of Emplovera Assodadons survqfed 313 
Federawm^i^iy^t ihre^fourths th^ had 


fimits for pay laises, even before the shimto beans, 

ihrouab a MTtel representing four key indnstrte companies and f^d that tnmo^ 

steel, shipbuilding, automobiles and electrical board members who ^^mnniaoies mans m _ . 

piS^cts. And because th^ know to s„te^nonheisi«STO ^™-^jj^j^Fiid^ 

^ Every spring, the shunto is the same, and this year's 

It Workera carried red banners, yelled protect jote^ shoring Japan s much-vauntt^ ^ 


25 Police Die in India Border Dqpy 

MERAPAW, ^ 

nnnheaStent states Ot_;^S5°"* ISwflav 




was no different 



tiffledcarefuUytocauseaslittledi^donaspQsabl& acdon that peshaps nnghi benefit thar members do j^jj^rtnetcr) streidt twmeea police forces oCAbibi 

In the end, most muons acc^ted wage increases could also rodnoe profits. :«.«* m-Wv in 8®*“ ^**® 


averagmR aooui a uatcui, wmen mui a iatw mw cau« muiw*c4. — r- ana inbis«muu •»* 


plpye ^^^ p^lup to labor dispumaial 
WMGrnmnsMkfflnmlymohoiii^ STuS^octatic ftity. 

Ther^drewhitlepabhcattentiontouselabor f^oeeovet umrai leadeis are now discovering that 
tranquDhtyandjobdedicauoa have long been accept- }^a strat^ to deal with rapid ctenaes 

ed facts of Japanese life. bnight about by forces ranging from automatioii to 

Over the years, unions have had great success m 00^^ restlessness among yoonger woricers, uto 

guarantedngjob security and setting company work ..jMfp im/ta- traditmoal senionQ; systems. 

rules. Indeed, said Takuniko Nakamura, i^dait ctf Yama^sbi, one Japan^S man influendai 

the steehvoikera* federation, ‘protecting jobs is the yjuoaoffidalt said that organized labor bad manage 
most in^itani fiinction that unions have to play. surpiisin^y well ri^t after World War II to 
Bui wfaDe Japan's smooth labor rdations may be the Thu that consciousness i 

en^ of other industrial countries, labor lead^ here has grows cofflplaeeoi, said Mr. 

worry that lire anions are losing their vitality. dshi, who heads a 280,000-member union represent- mv indostties in me saiaty hai^v mav"6e , rf «tflviet ^^ts viated them in Gorja !!* 


whm itoj endure g^yj^gMiorljedlyMovesSaldjaity^ 

w pay and long hours and nojobsecuniy DO ^ vi— Andrei IX SaUarw.ihe 


*^tv^5d^.bwVlk'year''i^ these ‘days m think' less Ulre woriem and more AA^STteJSSsh^l^S^'to Jap^^^ ^ 

to 29.1 perofflt, with oAy 12:46 mfflion union cx)m^ not onl y ni^ but tasn nn^ bnnnfiB mch ns St, lo^Sacl ite Sni^ ind ^ 

nnion sUnngth. is cqncenm^ .in nc«rito kno™ ^ S^SiSnSS »— U=d subJ&ikc 

1 — 1— ..»J {„*/\TH 


en^loyees. 

Inowsingly, ^ , . . 

siniggfing “smokestack" mdustnes such as with 


It h^ becrane so moffeasiw, some nnion leaders seamen, are 


the result that wage patterns are set by unions le^ 
favor^ly position to make a^re^ve demands. 
Attempts to mganizB workers in me bigb-tednioiogy 


”{:S2jnSfly.'SSr^ mntntpnntnt 

R&nagement dearly has the upper han^ and labor often Miff. A few years ago, the Japan mnotime. J^iiy F lflllfi ICIfln ] [ 


D^Sfeto real estate holdings and securities. Unrest ejjiaa Gorki and law dfiC&flod to oomowoim 


Agca Says He Received 
Threat of KGB Revenge 


By John Tagliabuc 

Nem Ytwk Times Serater 

ROME — Mehmet Ali Agca, as- 
serting that he has been thi^teoed 
with letaliation by the secret ser- 
vices of Bulgaria and the Soviet 
Union, lestuied in court Frid^ 
that he would not answer specific 
questions concerning Bulgarian in- 
volvemeot in an allc^ conspira^ 
(o assassinate Pope John Paul tl. 

But Mr. Agca gnofinned extcn- 
ave testimony that he gave Italian 
investigating magistrates over the 
past three years that (he Bulgarian 
state securiiy service, pron^ted by 
the Soviet KGB, oomnuraioned 
and financed the 1981 attenqit to 
murder the Foiisb-bcm pope. 

Thnnoi] enipted in the court- 
room when Mr. Agca, qu^raied 
by Judge Severino Santiapichi 
about his actirities in Bulgaria dur- 
ing the summer of 1980, replied: “I 
am not able to aaswm. I have this 
concern about the Soviet and Bul- 
garian secret services. I have re- 
edved threats." 

“Even when I was bein| interro- 
gated by Bulgarian magistrates,” 
Mr. Agca said, "they were veiy po- 
lite, but one of them smd to me, ‘If 
we do nothing you will have done 
mudi dam^ 10 the Soviet Ujum, 
and the secret ser^ces will make 
you pay in one way or another.' ” 

Mr. Agca. 27, is on trial with four 
other Turks and three Ruigariann 
accused of conspiring in a plot 10 
murder the pope. He already has 
been smiten^ to life isqirison- 
ment for attenqitmg to assassinate 
JMm Paul in Sl Peter's Square on 
May 13, 1981. 

Adolfo TaitagM the defense 
lawyer for Seigd I. Antonov, a Bid- 
ganan airline Mficial accused of 
complicity in the alleged plot, 
shouted into a mic^hoae: "He is 
offending our justice and the Bul- 
^lian ma^uates. We caimot.con- 
sider this man a defendant" 

Judge Santiiqiichi, struggling to 
restore order, slammal his fist mi a 
desk and called for quiet 

The Soviet embas^ in Rome re- 
acted bitte^ Friday to Mr. Agea's 
testimony tnursday that Mmcow 
was the "pobtical and finandal 
center of international terroiism.” 

In a statement the emba^ 
called the remorlB a "groundless 
provocation” designed to "compli- 
cate Soviet-American negotiations 


Dario Martdla, the Italian magis- 
traie conducted the 23-moath 
investigation that led to the trial; 
Pietro d*Ovidio, Mr. Agea's court- 
ai^inted lawvCT; three interpret- 
ers, unti Mi. Martdla's jumcial 
sistanL 


T cannot explain to mysdf what 

w ■ 


he is dmng,” ~Mr. Ormankov re- 
plied to re porters askii^ him to 
inteipret Mr. Agea’s testanony. 
eiqrectedhewouldansweraUques- 
tUms, to behave in a normal way, as 
a mag in a court of low should 
behave. But from the first day he 
has shown anything but the behave 
ior of a man My conscious of his 
reqxmabiiiiy.” 

But the govonmesu prosecutor, 
Antonio hurini, said tort Mr. Ap- 
ca’s prior testimony would letam 
its vwdity daring lito trial because 
he had confine iL 

■ Agca Sty'S He Is Christ 
John PhWips cf Uaited Press In- 
lemational reported earlio': 

Mr. A^ rfa^"^ad treain, in a 
rambling outborst Friday durii^ 
his third straight day of court testi- 
mo^, to be Jesus Christ 
*T am a defendant” he said. "1 
said I will do my part I am Jesus 
Christ The two things are not in- 
conqiatible.” 

"This attack on the pope had 
universal and natural causes,” he 
said. "Hereistbe natmal cause, the 
truest motive: On Jan. 1, 1984, 
Worid Peace Day, the Vaticmi 
said: ‘Let us pray to God that peo- 
ple may be converted.’ The Vatican 
tMd me I was Jesus Christ" 

Before his outbu^ Mr. Agca 
also told Ju^ SanU^pidn that be 
had li^ to him during the two-year 
investigation that led to the ti^ 

"1 smd many true things," he 
said, "but there was also something 
invented,” 





Rapr Gandhi, center, and Prime fifimster Lanmt Fal^ after tbeir meetii^ in Paris. 


GandhiAmdk U,S.. Brkam Over JJNISCO 


The Ajsoehied Press 

PARIS — Prime Minister R.^ Gandhi of India 
criticized the United States and Briuun on Friday, 
saying that "stremg nations” were trying to bend 
internatuHial orgamzations to (heir purposes and 
called for h^ for UNESCO in its present crisis. 

In a speech at the headquarters of the United 
Natkms Educational, Scientific and Cultural Or- 
ganization, Mr, fi flndhi yaid that narinng that 
tarried away from the mgamzation were rriecting 
universal cooperation and the democracy m- inter- 
national idaums. 

He was referrh^ to the U.S. withdrawal from 
UN^CO on Dea 31 and Britain’s threat to pull 
out unless there were dianges in die agents 
operations. 

The United States left UNESCO becanse the 
Reagan administration conadered that it had be- 
ccMue overiy political, spent too much and was 
badly managed. Washinmon had provided 2S pcar- 
cent of the organization^ budget. 


"UNESCO has a problem,” said the Indian 
leader, xAo was on the second day of a state visit to 
France. "We know that all international otganiza- 
tions axe under pressure today because strong 
nations have tried to bend them to their purposes.” 

"All who care for a saner and more wmtable 
world Older must cmne to the hdp of UNluCO in 
hs hour of triaL" Mr. GandM said. 

Eariitff, Mr. Gandhi said that be would ask 
President Rcmald Reagan to pm pressure on Paki- 
stan not to build a nnaear aiseoaL He said he had 
put the same concetn to Presideat Fran^ens Mitier- 
iMi at thdr Mt meetii^ Thursday 
Mir. Gantfiii said, however, it was "perhaps al- 
ready too late” for France tojposoade Pakisten to 
abandon the idea of devek^mg nodear we^xms. 

Mr. Gandhi also met with Frendi buriness exec- 
utives. The FrcBch are trying to win contracts fw 
airlineis, hdicopteis and a power station. India 
would like to cut its trade defidt with France, 
yriiichhit lJ9binionfraiics(S1,49iinlIkm)m 1984. 


U.S. Clashes 
With EC on 
Grain Trade 


CanfUed tg) Ov Sudf Aor Dhponhw 

MAASTRICHT, Netfaeriands — 
The U.S. secretaiy of agriculture 
and the K agri^tore contmlv 
aoner traded threats Fti^ of re^ 
taliaurai over trade subsidies. Eu- 
ropean Conununiyr officials died 
growing sgns of a posrible tzan^ 
Atlantic trade war. 

The comments summed vp a 
two-^ conference on Europ^- 
U.S. tx^ ties at whidi U.S. (ffi- 
rt'afe warned privately that the Rea- 
gan adndinsiratioa was rirtitaSy 
bdpless in sternming the protec- 
tionist tide in Congress althoi^ H 
mig ht be able to olodi some ex- 
cesses. 


WINSTGN-Mi£NtNo*toCto>fe«(APJ— Afetalji . , 
found five Kn Klnx Klansmen and Nazis, two poKce flOieenm a pofice 
mfonunt li phte in the de^ of tme of five dea Kwv s n ates Ww t l at a 1979 
anti-Klan rally in GreensbtftL Nwh CatPlinL 
Rut tiw jwy, deciding a S48-<nillion dvfl suit bfuusht by rehlhut af fe 
rukd Thai thf ^ffwirfant* did Dot cwgaw iti 0 oon^pniy 
the five Party membecs iSled at Ae ni^. TS^sut 

meBdmjaiy was to b^jin delibeM^^ dwnge aaaiAm 

tte wrongful de a*h count and on counts of assaut and baiuiy Of ritree 
victims. 

The trial the third stemming fiam the vialence M ^ nJ^^taed 13 
wedis. Ddendants in tte eudier trials were acquitted. In the OBian 
the jmy dmied aB defodants 20 Klansmen andNazi^ fear iisM ' 
a gpnta, 20 Gtccnsboro pdice and other offidals and -the diyof Gnjei^-. 

boro —of cooyiiring to violate the Wetims* dvfl n^ts. 


k': 


Swiss Vote Sunday on Abortion Bail 


GENEVA (Reuters) — After a biaer campajgi^ the Swte^ decide 
Snnday triiether to write a stria aao-abortiem artkae mto ttw.aitknd 
constilDtion. 

The restriction, favored hr Roman Catholic and fnndamenMst Ibx- 
grotys, would ban au abortions excqit when a woman's Bt^wn 
dearly at nsfc. ' ' . ; ' 

In the referendum, dtizens win vote whether to oogq>d die mute s 
lawmakers to ban any cmitr ac eptive that destroys the einbfy^fraid the 
mntngif of ccn“ptiQn- There is a law on abortions but .eaidi die 
natxHi’s 26 has Idt to inteipret and enforce it as it sett fit 


__co ^ at EC f,rm iialians Votiiig Sunday Oil Wagc GoS* 

In Kndcke, Bdgium, U.S. Agd- ROME (Reutes) — tiaiians are to vote Sunday and MoadQFfrt a 
culture Sbcreitaiy John R. Block Coanmnoist-sponsoced refereodom aimed at rerersm^ a w^ecortf im- 
said Friday that WasUi^ton would posed last year as pan of the government’s anti-infiatioa pragtetn. . 
go ahead vritb mme subadized Prime Minkiw Hgtrinn Cra^ a Socialist, has said that bis fivopKty 

roalitioti would lesigD if the referendum succeeded. 

Mr.Cnudsaxdthiswsdcthatavotetoresumthewagerisewouldcnse 
"a tftffuit mnfiia nf msf pnytwtifms" and seriously datnage the ccoooaB. 


farm aborts to counter increased 
EC sales on world markds. 

"If that is wbal has to be done, 
then let it be so." be told a meeting 

Europe^ feed manufacturers. 

Earlier in die wedc, tbe United 
State armoured a cut price oilac 
on one milliai tons of whem to 
Algeria, a traditional French mar- 
keL 

Mr. Block said Friday that a 
Frendi leMal to agree ta a new 
date to discuss multilateral trade 
idduding agriculture, had 
caused "frustration, imhai^iness 


For die Record 


IfraQaiiaiis iriO deot a new partiament and local eoundls on Sateidij 
in voting that mil give them a choice of at least two candidates pa 
dis&ricL (Ar^ 

Tbe Biitisb focagn secretary. Sir Geoffrey Howe, arrived Frmay in 
Gibraltar for two days of talks on the foture erf tbe colony. (Reufoal 
PiriMwcidon in tender Caries trial in Hambncg demanded six- and 
seveiH^ prison terms on Friday for the two men facing fraud disdn 
for sdmig me forgeries to the West German magazine St^ (Reum 




Rebel Leader in Angola Denounces 
U,S. Plan for Partial Cuban Pullout 


By Alan Cowell Details of the prc^osals had not 

/few Ytnk Times Serviee pievioilS^ been m»rft» JqqoWIL 

JAMBA. Angola — The leader He said he wanted all Cubans 
of the insurgents seeking the over- mtbdrawn from Angola before he 
in Geneva and poison the friendly throw of Alla’s Marxist govem-- was prepared to negotiate with Lu- 
— Qiegt ggyi jyy rgcctcd a UA anda to form a goveromeat of na- 


idaiions between our countries.* 


from Afghanistan, Laos and Nica- 
ragua to cooperate in an artianw» 
sponsored by conservative Ameri- 
cans. The group would mirror the 
kind <rf al&noes that Moscow has 


Soviet Tells 
Jordan It 
Wants Talks 


caused -irustranon, unnapptness PicsMoit Ne Win or Bmna left Rangoon on rnoay tor a moocu i 
and disappointment in the U.S." efraannannn ahm ad. Radio Bnrma annouBoad. The leader usually fiks to lrir<f#j 
and had led directly to theinitiative London for dieckups. MFPj U 1 1 

onAlgeiia. Fonaer Prime fr&faterKakud Tanaka of Jqiao has dosed has office io . 

"Either we all move towards free Tokyo three months after suffering a strdoe, hisJawyer said. (AFP\ : 

trade or, with gre^ reloctancc, the ■■ —■ ■■- . ■ 

U5. will have to intolemeat some 
subsidies 
coven 

tition,” be said. 

But. be added, the sales to Alge- 


wuj nave to inquemcui some 

' mariuas lost to un^ onnpe- Mengele Letters Are Fotind - 

i"hecaiH O 


(Owithmed from Page 1) 


ria should not be seen as an aggre- 
shre act and he 500^ to play down 
present trans-Atlantic tensioos. 

Mr. Blodt tdd the meeting that 
new measures to boost exports 
would be eocouiagied in the U.S. 
farm bill cuirently before Congress 
and that the bill was emected to 
come into face fay Jnlyl^ unless 
(here were dtanges in K poli^. 

In reply, the comniuniys i^ii- 


tiras <m emigration, stop anti-Se-* culture «wimifteifinar ^ Frans An- 
mitic propaganda, and end arms driesses, mM rhat the U.S. fann 


The embassy was referring to the 
U.S.-Soviet arms lalks in Geneva. 


After (pandemonium enq)ted in 
tbe heavily guiuxled courtroorn. 
Judge Santiapichi called a recess (o 
resum calm. 


Jordan Ormankov, a Bulgarian 
investigating judge who is attend- 
ing the trial as an observer, stud 
that justice offidals from his coun- 
try had interrogated Mr. Agca on 
s^vral occasion in Octoba and 
December 1983. 

Bui be said tbe quesiioiiin|! took 
place in the presence of Judge 


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compromise proposal for the with- 
draw^ of some Cuban troops from 
tile country. 

The rebd leader, Jonas Savimbi, 
has bees batiliag the govenuneot 
for 10 yois ano he^ tbe Union 
for the Total Independenoe of An- 
gda. Cuba badts the Luuda gov- 
erninenL 

In a roeech and news conference 
at his rend base here Imt weekend, 
Mr. Sarimbt said be expected gov^ 
emment troops to mount an offen- 
sire against his forces, which he 
ays control the soutiieaslera third 
(rf Angola. 

He praised President Ronald 
Re^an for his stance toward the 
Soviet Union, but said he bdieved 
the State Department was trying to 
undermine the White House with 
its policies in souihem Africa. 

Chester A. Crocker, assistant 
secretaiy of state for African af- 
fairs, has sought unsuccessfuDy for 
several years to obtain a withdraw- 
al (rf Cuban soldiers from Ansob 
in exchange for a South Afrran 
pullout from South-West Africa 
and independence for that tenito- 

n- 

Mr. Savuntn, who reoaves sup- 

C from South Africa, b a centra 
e in the conflicts that Wash- 
ington has been seeidng to resolve 
in Aimola and in nei^boring 
Southwest Afrte iriud is also 
known as Namibia. 

UtS. officials acknowledge that 
Mr. SavimM b an important fignre, 
since large numbers of government 
and Cuban sddieis are tied down 
wwiFintting hb guertiUas. But he 
has bea gMli’d^ from public dis- 
nwsio ns tlmt Mr. Crodccr bto con- 
ducted with tbe white minority 
goramment of South Africa and 
tbe govemmeni in Luanda. 

Nfr. Crocks presented tbe recent 


tuaal unity that would, he said, 
pave the way for national el^ons. 
But authorities to the north have 
pven no indication that th^ are 
rea^ for sucdi talksL 

hu. Savimbi’s forces tost to Cu- 
ban-badeed rivte in the civil war 
that led to Angola’s independence 
in 1975. 

The rebel leader also called on 
Congress to repeal the Clarke 
Amendment, which pnrfiilrfts co- 
ven aid to hb forces. The Illa- 
tion was passed in 1976 after te 
U.S. Central InteOigence Agency 
and South Africa became em- 
bnrfled in the ttitil war, supporting 
movements opposed to the Citoan- 
battced Pt^nilar Movement for the 
Liberation (rf Angda, vdiich rules 

in I JianHa 

He also urged the United States 
to refrain fnra recogouang the Lu- 
anda govemmenL That step, along 
with financial assbtanoe to Angola, 
b believed to be part of aU.S. 
padrage of moposi^ aimed at re- 
ducing or elhninnfing the Cltite 
presence in Aqgola, 

Mr. SavimbTs ranarics followed 
Us agning <rf an agreement with 
anti-Soviet insuigoit movements 


fostered in te past antong pro- sales to Iran before an intoaiatioa- market was one <rf toe iroriifs most 


(Coafiniied from 1) 
al search for him would continue. 
For the rime being, he ted the 
story about Dr. Mengde’s. drown- 
ing in Brazil could only be treated 
as a strong hypothesis. 

Dr. Mensde, knotwn as the "An- 
gd of Death” for hb gbpidwb ex- 
penments on twins and dnldrenu b 
belteved to be (fireet^ reqionaiirfe 
for the deaths (rf 400,000 Jews at 
the Ausdiwitz concentration camp 
■inPcdaiid. 

The international police hunt f(ff 


months before his purported ' “ 
drowning the Bossens saidL . ' 

"We now have to estdiHA the ' 
credibfli^ of the vritnesses, aral 
(he results (rf the forensieecannn&' ' 
tion to be conducted in So Fttfe ' 
and investigate the doonnentsmo- ' ' 
vided by the witnesses,” Mr. fuem ' 

Nazi hunters such as Mr. W» " 
senthal and Beate Klhrrfdd hove 
expressed rirqitidsm about the I^ . 
port, whidi suttost could have . 
been fdiricateii byme^ eagerto ; 


StMctgucirinaoraaiBati^ al peace conference on the Middle protected. The community was^ hun mtosiM tins yw, the 4(Wi ' 

The maiigttt leader said mhab- E^ cof^ ^to make its policy mwemaS- ??“:«s?ry of .*1“ collapse of the the mai^L 


iiants of Jamba, who number 
roughly 13.000. rejoiced ndiea Mr. 
Retail was re-dected last year. 
But m a speech at a nnlitaiy pa- 
rade. he said the State Department 
1^ igno^ tbe president by n^o- 
dating with l-nanrfa 
"Tbe Russfans will not stop un- 
less we stop them," he said "The 
United States has to a«iinM» its 


own responsibility toward those 
who love freedenn.^ 


Reporters who came to Jamba to 
cover the founding of tiie guerrilla 
aOiance, called tiie Democratic In- 
terhariwiai, were given what was 
called a militaiy bnefing in an un- 
doground bunker thaiis Mr. Sa- 
vinuii's operational 
Maps of the area said tobe under 
Mr. SavimU^s ccrntrol 
northward to tbe Bengi^a railroad 
and ran east-west from tbe Zambia 
border toward the south-central 
town of Serpa Pinto. The peiiine- 
teis appeared little changarf &om 
those wowa during briefings last 
year, but mHitaiy spokesmen said 
that the rebeb bail penetrated to 
Angela's northernmost provinces. 


Mr. Masri said he was told l:^ 
Foreign Minister Andrei A. Gro- 
myko of the Soviet Unum that 
Moscow also opposed the partici- 
pation of an fire pgmi^T i rt it mem- 
bers of tbe Security Council be- 
canse it fell that Soviet infi»mcg 
would be (filnted. 

The Russians "want to be Just 
with tbe United States,” Mr. hteri 
added. 

Mr. Giranyko's reported com- 
ments to Mr. Masri were the fixst 
indicarions tiiat Moscow has begun 
to tece seriously the posabOity of a 
Middle East c^erence and to set 
forth its own ideas for how it 
should proceed. 

Jordra is proposing that the U^ 
Security Counol convene the con- 
ference so that all fire pennanent 
members — tiie United states, the 


U.S. to Gimply With SALT-2 


(Continned from Page 1) 
when the new Alaska submarine 
makes its sea trials later this year. 
The Alaska is armed with 24 inrer- 
continental ballistic miagla^ aod 
wcwld put tbe Uni^ States over 
the SALT-2 c dling of 1,200 multi- 
ple-waifaead ICBMS. 

Tedmically. diydoddng of the 
submaxine awuld not conply with 
U.S-Soviet anreemenis about 


Soviet Union, China, France and 
Biitain — would be presrat and 
provide tnieisational legitimacy 
for direct talks. 

AJiboi^ toe Soviet Union has 
DO ties with Israel, the Soviet am- 
bassador in W aahing tnw AnatoU 
F. Dobrynin, met with the Isiadi 
astoassador to the United States, 
Meir Rosenne, on May 21 

Tbe meeting was ax IstaeTs le- 
(jnesL It was die latest in a series 
over tbe past sevoal y^ in whidi 
subtle Soviet shifts is attitodes 

were enrfored by Israd. The Soviet 

Union Drd» off leladons with Is- 
rad al the time of the 1967 Arab- 
teidi war and said it would not 


t-ofienied and was seeking only to 
maintain its share (rf the worid 
market, he added. 

"The Americans are pursiting an 
expansionist poUqr viuch is detri- 
mental to tbe Einupean share erf 
the worid market and will almnif t 
imevitabW place us on a eaniann 
course," he said. 

A seuor EC official in Maas- 
tricht said: "We know toe m^ in 
WasUngtOD is n^ felt community 
countries are nmOcely to lie down 
and take their puniriunenL" 

The U.S. farm bin could effeo 
tivdy cut world grain prices by on- 
»thifri and oart tae oommi in f fy hff- 
lions of debars in extra esqxnt 
sobridies, (^dals said. 

The ccsomumw spends more 
than 70 percent of its budget of 30 
billion Eim^iean cuTrency units 
(S22J billioa) on farm subsidies, 
and the commisrion's presideot, 
Jacques Delora, has said it toould 
be cut to about 64 peccenL 
But the EC has fraed to ^ree to 
a cut (rf 3 pezeeut in grain prices 
tins year as a first stq> toward 
afigniiag high community prices 
wito world mailcet levels. 

Progress on such ems was lilfgty 

to be very riow and prospects were 
n^l^le for scrai^g toe farm 
substoies system as advocated by 
the United States, they added. 

(Reuters, UPl) 


Nazi rteme. West Gemte, Isradi 
and US. investigauffs agreed to 
coordinate effrals to apinehend 
him last month md more than $3 
million in reward money has been 
offered for his capture. 

Mr. Klein said that UB. and Is- 
raeli authorities were trmriediatdy 
notified about the discoveiy of toe 
letters ixadted to S5o Paoio. He 
said the prosecution had 
diaiges against the former 

ee(rf the Mengele firm who 

letters and his ^e for obstruction 
of justice. 

Members of Dr. Mengde’s fatn- 
fiy in Gfiazburg nrfused to coll- 
ate with the prosecutor’s office in 
assesstt^ the authenticity of tbe lat- 
est findings, hesakL 

BiazSran police rqwrted Thms- 
ray ^ the Bosserts. who hare 
Uvra in Brazfl for more than three 
decades, said that Dr. Mengele had 
been introduced to them as "Pe- 



Mr. Wiesenthal said thai Dr.:;.. 
Mengde has been righted in Pua- 
as receody as lak Jbly by:, 
three u nre la te d pec^lb Other wit- 
nesses claim to moued Dc .j 
Mengele in Quit. ^ m Btaz3 in 
1983: 

B(Kh Dr. Wiesenthal. and ftfrs- : . 
Klarsfeld contend that Dr. Kbo- , 
gde still eiti(^ sanccnaiy in Para \ 
provided by Preadeot Al-,:. 
frteo Stroessner, tiw sm of a,' 
Bavarian 6ml^ He has ruled Pa^ ^ 
Rguay for 31 years. : 

On Friday, General Stroessner ; * ' 
canceled a trip to West Germany , . 
that was scbednled for July, «w4- '• 
ingieUefamormWestGera^affi-'- 
culs worried about tbe poStiS t& . 
percussions of viriL 


Hong Kong 

ui mem as "re- w% • 

^by the n»i wcjfefflg CSC.. KescuesBcodi 


The police fonod documents in (Omfinaed from 1) . 

thwfa^ tiiat all^y belonged ^ bank to reopen Mon- 


toDr. Mengde. 

fejM pofice chief in Sao 
Paulo said that the authoiities also 
found photographs and a diary 
tl»t they believe were Dr. Meih 
gele’s m the BossertsT ho^ TTie 


Sub-Iaoiudied Missile 
TestedbjFroidi Navy 


["’Hiere are extiwncly strong in- 
dwatw that we have the man 
wB^ !q(^ for here,” said the 
pohoe duef, Romeu TbruL 

[Mr. Tbrna said he hoped to find 


day. 

T^ mivetrunent named Doq|^ 
tbe secretaiy for mmiriBiy 
"fru^ as the new riiairman of' 

0TB. 

IJConfidcncc in the Hoog 
ooUar a at stake,” Sir John told tbe 
counoL 


H(Kig Kong’s cuirency is i 

currcircy at the .«b.v. 
7 W Hom Kong dofiars to the UA 
It IS altowed to fluctuate 


agreements 

, SALT-2,wluchcallfof thetfisinan- 

U.&^comproinire proposal only to tling of excess weapons. But tins is 
Sciuth Africa and Angola. oonrideied a minimal rioUtion by 

At a news conference Thursday ^■Sbultzandocbersmtheadmin- 
in ti^ bite fprgmpment near tim istratiim wlm are trying to S^t off 
border (rf Namifea. Mr. Savimbi a oonsenmtive drive to scrap corn- 
said he had seen the latest U.S. fiance altogether, 
proposals "We igect them because ”At one time the Poseidon diy- 
of the fact that th^ call for 6,000 doddng was seen as the Pentagon’s 
fiihans tfl remain in our countiy." opeiungwedge for doing 4way with 
he said. the SALT-2 mnits.” said on olfi^ 


Pnd^. "Now it has h^CT iie the 
fallback positioD for those teo 
support conqiliance." 

This was implidtly recognized 

by tiie Senate on Wednesdw when 

it attach ed to a D^ense De^- renew them until Israel gave badt 
maitauthorizati(xibinares(dntion all (xxuined Arab lands, 
mgxng modified compliance with In 1977, however, uten Moscow 
the treaty. The resolution allmte and Watengton were discusaiig 
^ffpportiona] re^ioQses” (0 Soviet ^ reomrvaiiag of tbe 2973 Gene- PARIS — The Frendi Naiy has * The corona; h/st ® j”®*® *®0g at S?.^, un- 

vurfations. va conference on the Middle East, suocesriully test-fired an l&ocet said that the few Thursday. 

- the Rusrians let it known timt anti-riiip missfle from the nudear might (tfmitet not G«cral ILfichael D. 

■ INA lu U Js. Stanoe theywereRadytotesumeidatkms atta^ submarine S^ihir, the m» allow a postire identifiation. A was little posa- 

The NATO ministets with Isiad in return tea role in the sad’s makers. Aerosp^e, has an- t^ answa could take 15 days, ‘’^'^^’^sharuholdere would 


TheAssodatsdPrsss 


on a medical book amoimL 

™ ^ the man Suspected to be i!? .5?^ ‘*®*J*“‘ closed Fri- 


ended dieir tattrK Friday npctaima 
that they $tron|^ snpported UR 
efforts at the Geneva amw taTla 
but making no mentuxi of the Rea- 
gan administiation’s plans to stn^ 
a ^ace-based ntis^ defense sya- 
tern, Uniied Press International re- 
ported Friday. 


oi^otimion. But the trip by Presi- 
dent Anwar Sadat of Efflpt to Jofr 
fliiMw in Novemba Vsh aborted 
toe (xmferaice and ties were not 
rretoed. 

Some analysts in Washiziiton 
said th^ tiiwir fhat die Rnss^ 
tiM ght mate the Same offer agaiiL 



service 
rines 

al diesd-powered snbmaiines, Aer- 
o^tiale said. It said thai in both 
test firing on May 22 and 23, a 
target ship recdvetla direct hiL 


about 
cctiony’s haidc- 



Austria 

1978, 

name as a cova doring the fiaS 


Mengele IsaaSdS 

cover dDriM^r#:?? f®>teg across the board.. 

I'Reuzeri; UPl. AP} 


I 






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iim:: onW: 


New TreeEesislam 
To Dnicli Ehn Deease 

After 13 wars of sleutbing and 
cxoss-breeiuiig. Georgs Ware, a 
boiaiust mill the Monon Ai^ 
return west of Chic^ de- 
veloped aa eim 10 feet (3 meteis} 
shorter than the nobl^ 80-f6ot 
American rim, but resistant to 
Dutch elm di< ? ea se, Ibe New 
York Hmes reports. 

In recent decades the fun^ 
has all but wiped out the 
of broad, tall ritna that were the. 
shade-giving symbol of Main 
Street, U,$A Substitute bees 
proved less beaut^ul and le» 
able to withstand die rav^ of 
nature and the fumes of tavilrza-.' 
lion. 

Efforts to devdop elms usual- 
ly have been based tm Asian dm 
spMes. The Dut^ dm f»ngn< 
oti^naied in Aaa, and dm trees 
there devdoped a redstance to h. 
Diseas^rcsistant trees also haw 
been sought among airviving 
American dms,.and resmcheis- 
have tried to develop hmpddes. 

Mr. Ware, (Q,;cn)ssed a C3n- 
nese, or Wilson,' drn and a Jq>a- 
nese elm. Cross-bredling die- 
taUest, strongest and fastest- 
growing offspring with the 
greenest, leafiest and most 
drought-resistant, he devdoped 
several sirrnlar but different di^ . 
ease-resistant reedes. ^e don't 
want to put all our .^gs in one 
basket," he said. 

Today Mr. Ware's new tree, 
has of io 

his Qurs^ and ta.a few suburbs. 
Producdmi by other nurseriesis 
soon to be hoensed. 

Hart Loses Heart 
For California Bim 

Although Gary K. Hart, a 
Democrabc member of the C^- 
fomia stale senate, 
fran (he coincidence having 
the same first and last name as 
Gary W. Hart, the U.SL senaba 
from Colt^o vrix>' contended, 
for the Democratic presidential 
nomination last year, the Calh 
foreia Hart has dropped an ea- 
ploratoiy effort for the 1986 gov- 
ernor’s race. 

Mr. Hart, 41, said that, dyen 
tbe etqiectation that Mayor T(m 
firadlw of Los Angdes would 
sedc (he Democrabc nnmina- 



TOO FEW COOKS ~ Peter Daledda, 

York Cly’s Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, uses a waDde- 
tdkie afterllie hotel’s tdqpbones sabotaged durii^ 

the cment strike of bo^ workers. Praing soiqi is Ed 
Bacoii,.a HOtoD Hold emiiloyee frtKD Sooth CaroGiia, 
who was called in to bdp. Aboot 15,000 hotd wtnkers 
firnMD 53 htrtds hare wallet out in die sera-day (fispvte 


inCalifoniia, 

Name Game Goes On 

Voters rxath of San Di^ mD 
soon decide vrimther to fonn a 
aev ciiy, and. if so, whether to 
can it Su Di^uito, San Elijo or 

Fnrinitaa, RnaTis tSTn a pcmulaci- 

Qr contest whose entries ^ in- 
cluded . Margaritaville, Some 
Town, Bm Los Angdes, Dude- 
beig and nvemenL 

The Los Angdes. Times took 
the oocadon to note that dse- 
wbere in' CaSfomia, Ibousand 


tion, and that the pc^Rilar Rs- Oaks had 3,^ oaks at. last 
publican governor, George count, bni Twentynine Palms 
Deokmgian, win ran fca re-dec- had only 26 palms. *1^ seals 

'[^dtraatSe ' 


N'finS 


Deokmgian, wiO ran fcare-deo- 
tioa, tbe coibpetition was so hot 
as to leave his potential backers 
hikewann. Moreover, he said, 
sonie people ‘'are confused about 
t!te two Ckiy Harts. Tm not sore 
tiiat hdps." 


Short Takes 

The U8. IVeasmy Depart- 
mait is asldng Congi^ foe per- 
missioa to use a jjrocess that 
would save $3 midim a year in 
printing d(^ bil^ accoraing to 
the we^ ma g^nw U.S. News 
& World RqxA 'Ibe new meth- 
od may be eaaer to counterfdt, 
oftidals note, but years ctf infla- 
tion have made it unprofitable to 
make fake SI bDls anyway. 

After years of steady deterio- 
ration in road quali^, rqrairs of 
major U3. roadways are now at 
le^ kreptng pace whh dedine. 
according to (he U.S. Transpor- 
tation Dq)artmenL Ibe cost of 


had 01^ ^ palms. The se^ ration Dq)artmenL Urn cost of 
haven't mdidtm at Seal Beach in .maintaining tbe intw?; talff hi^ 
years. Proper Spanidi for NGs- way system and major slate ar- 


j sionVi^dibaldbeMistbn Vie- 
' ja. Coalmga sounds S^>anish but 
I IS amply a contractioo of Coal- 

I ing S^tHi A 


tenes at present levds is SIS bfl- 
lioD a year. 

— Compiled bv 

ARTHUR HIGBEE 


2 Schools 
Challenge 
Pentagon on 
Roles in SDl 


By Midiael Weisskopf 

Wagfmgm Post Strna 

WASHINGTON — Two presti- 
90US univerrities have accused tbe 
Defense Depanznai (rf misFqpre- 
senting tbdr roles in research pro- 
jects on the strati defense imtia- 
live in an effort to hdp sell the 
i program to Ctn^ess. 

The Pentagon's Strat^c De- 
I fense Initiative Qrgangatioa had 
I said in press releases that it had 
I formed four “omisortiuins** of uni- 
verstties to reseirdi technical as- 
pects of Presideni Ronald Reagan's 
pit^iosed qiace-based misrile de- 
fense system. 

But ^ of tbe univeEsities, the 
Massadiusats Institute of Tech- 
nol^ and the CaJifornia Institute 
of Tedmdogy, said the Defease 
Department had only lined up indi- 
ddual researchers at their schools 
and not the institutes themsdves. 

In a May 3 letter to lieutenant 
General James A At mhanwm, 
wbo heads the Strategic Defense 
Initiative Oiganization, Caltech’s 
president, Marvin Goldberger, 
efMnplarnerf of “gTOSS misicpresen- 
tatkm" and accused offloals of 
wmUng ‘'manifestly false" stat^ 
meets implying umveirity comnui- 
ment to the program. 

Paul Gray, preddent of MIT, in 
a commencement speech on Mon- 
day, said the Pentagon is engaged 
in a ‘‘manipolmive mon to gamer 
implidt institutional endor^eot 
for SDl" to strengthen tbe bid for 
congressicmal fnnds. 

“What I flndMrticulariy trou- 
blesome about SDl funding is the 
efTmt to diort-ciicuil tbe debate 
and use MTT and other univerdties 
as pditical mstroments," Mr. Gray 
sauL 

A spdemman for the Strategic' 
Defense Initiative Oigai^lioo de- 
nied any intentiem to nusrqireseni 
tbe role c€ the univerdties. 

The dilute occurred as the ad- 
ministration struggled with Con- 
gress over, the funding of SDl re- 
search. 

What angned Mr. Goldberger 
was an April 24 news rdease from 
tbe Pentad's SDl offloe nannng a 
oonswtimn of univerdties, indud- 
ing Caltech, to study '‘new and in- 
novative tedmiqoes for high-speed 
CDEq>utnig U5Uig optical d gnal pro- 
cesstog." 

Dennis Meredith, Caltech’s 
spokesman, said an assistant pro- 
fessor of electrical engjoeering niio 
specializes in Optical emnputing 
iuui received a SSO,000 grant to 


Hughes Institute Ponders $5-BilUon Windfall 


By Nell Henderson 

teagUKpai Pm Seniee 

— Wth one Qr9aniMiioii*raniwUbya«*CB.iii 
S3-bfllion transacboo, the How- ndHoraerdeiitn 

table justly in this country and 555" 

pro^ly jte worid,"acwid^ I ^OrtsTnirt mr 

ByseDi^ittgrinc^asseU TUtT 

Hughes Aireraft COn to Genoal a- _ _ . 

mX, Corp. for slightly more 
Han S5 billiSi, the noopifil in- 

stitute win have assets far above • | M„rnrtn..i.^-‘ SS” 

ihembillioooftlieFordFouii- 
dation, vrineb has been the na- 

tion's lai^t foundation. ‘Onnnuu socsovTiirAimMMn^^ 

The institute sponsors medical 

research in the fields d geaeti^ research. Ibe institute's trustees 
un^I^^Mtabtdic control are conddering whether to iwr- 
and neuFOsoenoe. ganize it as a foundation, which 

liisnotafoundabODbotrath- would ^ve it the flerittifity to 
w a private n o n p r ofit ooiptna- mav^ grants ginri gifts, Donald S. 

ttnn Ku m p .TT . 


SDetosrTbrAiimMMnCMtH' 

Kirr 


tion managed by a nine-member Fiedn^son, 
board of trustees. It has executive stitute, said ^ 
offices in Bdhesda. Maryland, -«we wiU i 


edricison, president (tf the io- 
cuie, said Wednesday. 

"We will develc^ pl^ for the 


and administrative offices in use of this money, and we wiU 


conut Grove, Florida, and is in- 
corporated m Delaware^ 


you inform^" Mr. Fre- 
lon said at a press otmfer- 


Tbe institute can invest its as- eooe. “We will more than double 
sets topioduce hundreds of mil- our current outlay. We wOJ be 
lions or dollars in animal income sDendine unwaid of S2no irrininn 


lions or dollars m annual moome i ^ienriing upward 
and is resbioed by its charter before tooTtmg." 
only to actirides that support ba- The institutes 
sic sdenceL orivate sector’s cc 


He spent 29 yeara at the health 
inSbuiles, uiduding seven years 
as director. They are the nation's 
largest sponsor of medical re- 
search. 

Mr. Fredrickson ern nhadwri 
however, that the Hu^es insti- 
tute wants to oomplement, rather 
than duplicate, the rifmts of the 
national institutes and other 
sponsors of health research. In 
addititm, the institute couid not 
appro^ the federal agencies’ 
spendiim power, which is to reach 
^.2 biUioa m the 1986 fiscal 
year. 

Snee its creation in 1953 as the 
sole stockholder of Huriies Tod 
Co., then the pamt cx Hughes 
Aircraft, tbe institute has 
pnn^ied millions of dollars into 
medical researdi, a^eving pub- 
lic notice only through occasional 
clashes with the Internal Revenue 
Service or through legal fights for 
its control 

The institute was diartered (o 
promote “human knowledge 
within tbe field of the basic sci- 
ences, principally mescal re- 
search and medical education 
and the effective ^plication 
thereof In' the benefit d man- 
kind." 

Sixties have suggested that 
the instibite was eslauished for 
tbe tax benefit of Howard R. 


only to acuviaes that support ba- The institute could become the Hi^hes and the aircraft company 

sic sdenccL privatesector’secamterparttotbe he founded. Untfl his deam in 

Its tax statiu as a “medical re- U.S. govenunent's National In- 1976. Mr. Hughes was the only 
sra^ otgamzation," however, stitutes of Health, Mr. Fredrick- trustee of ibemstitute, which is 
limits it to perfomnog medical son said in an earlier interview, now ihe sole ovmer of Hughes 

U.S. Would Lose War, Managua Says 

D^ense Sinister DeUuk Strat^y to Counter an Invasion 

By Stephen Kinzer other conlEcts that exist in tbe r^ enter Nicaragua, he said, “ihey 

Wrv York Times Serrice gtoo." won’t find on aimy waiting for 

MANAGUA — The Nicara- Mr. Oit^ eatpressed concern them, 
guan defense minis ter has said that that some American officials ‘Hvbo “An invading force will meet a 

if the United States invaded Nica- only measure milit^ strength" very mobile, very irw yiiar form of 
ragua its forces would be defeated mi^t advise an invaaon of Nicara- resistance. We have distributed our 
by “a veiy mobile, veiy iiT^ular gua. Stnse U.S. (trials have been men and supplies around the coun- 
fonn of aimed reastanoe." quoted recently as saying that tbe try. This will make it very difficult 


Aircraft, a military contractor 
with 1984 sales of S4.9 b^on. 

For years the Internal Revenue 
Service has questioned the setup 
because of the idativeiy siuaU 
amounts of tbe compuy’s profits 
that were channeled into imxtical 
research. 

Laa year, the aircraft company 
reportedly contributed S80 oiQ- 
lion of its profils to the institute, 
up from $51 million tiie year be- 
fore. Until 1976, the year of 
Hughes’s death, Uk institute's 
dividends from the aircraft com- 
pany had peaked at only S42 
miluon. 

The board of trustees, estab- 
lished last year after six years of 
legal conffict over control of the 
institute, decided to maiinriTe its 
wealth, and di^iel IRS concerns, 
by seil^ the aircraft company. 

The institute pursues its mMi- 
cal wMk by creating and suppon- 
ii^ laborau»y units io affiCautm 
with acadenuc medical centers 
and their teaching ho^itals. 

Tbe program sedis to streogth- 
en tbe links between medical re- 
search and medical practice In* 
placing investigators in clinicaf- 
teaching eouFonmeais. 

The instiniie runs 16 such units 
across the United States, employ- 
ing more than 200 scientists at 
universities includi^ Yale, Har- 
vard, Johns Hopkins, Stanford 
and Duke. Each year it supports 
laboratMy training for about 100 . 
medical siudenis and candidates 
for other degrees. 




form of arined reastaDoe.” 


Humberto Ort^ Saavedra, the Sandmists could be d^osed by 
defense ndiuster. also pre£cted force without great difficulty. 


that if an invasioo took place. 


‘Triends of tiie Nicaraguan people" ^>oke at length about the strat^y 
would be^ a campaign of “gener- ^ Sandinists woold use to 
alized vimrace” against U.S.mter- counter any U.S. invasioiL 
esis in Central America and else- be had no illu- 

where. °ons that Uie hficaiaguan Army 


could be_ dqiosed by to deal decisive blows a g;*tn« us." 
itgr^t difficulty. ' Mr. Ortega stud that “thousands 
of aiined groups" might mine 1 
about the strat^ roads, set fires, dcnsod water sup- 
lulinists woold use to “vadcles loaded with 

U-S-mva^ -„ ocplosives." 
ea said be had no lUu- „ - j . j.i o j- 

£e Nicaraguan Army , Sandimst 

,j.nAm«Snin«.««J fOTCK l^lcd^ Ulvading UOOpS, 





Humberto Ortega Saavedra 


“T^ IS going to be like pro-Sandinisi forces and ^pa- any military mterveniion against 

fi^^oo^pIa^ofE^m ihizers throughout Utin Amenai Nicarajtua. and said orotesis^Sd 

tbe Second Worlld War." Mr. 


ga said m an mterview Thursday. 5® aien^, but disperse to ^ 

fAnAre^«n«f^J[i "Td guerfa ^ ^ 

“ “AdireclAiKricaiiimlila,yi». Uoiled Slates would be vey * 


thizers throughout Latin America Nicaragua, and said protests would 
and in the United States would be spread in the United States. 


very special kinds of struggle." 

But be said that the United 


ive in various ways. “Wewouldcnieraframcvrorkof 

A direct intervention by the conflict whose development I could 
ited States would be very diffi- not predict,’’ Mr. Oii^ said. “But 


work on the research project for six Slates had no rcaron to send troops one against another," Mr Ol^ 


tervention in Nicar^ua would not cult to oonfine only to our territo- it wcnild be much more serious than 
he fought on the classic lenns of fy " Ux. Ortega said, “ll would tbe one we have now." 
one army against another,"!^. Or- locally have to extend itself to On another matter, Mr. On^ 
tega said “It would not be a con- ndghtering countries and the said that two helicopters reportedly 


-^ein^r Orders Qit 
In Access to Secret Data 


n*‘f 


kn'Fic 


By Richard HaUoran On the potential damage. Mr. 

W York Tima Serrice Weinbeigcrasserted: ‘T think there 

• WASHINGTON— Secretary of are veryvenouskMses that weal on 
DefenscCaigwrW.Wembcigerlias ow a long period of time." 
said that the Pentagon wffl reduce TbePent^ spokesman said a 

the number of pSoo who have & briefi^ that the assessment of 
access to sead ^ormatitm in an gone tqi.” 

effort to foa spy rinm like one that Hcadded,*Ifyou want to say ‘even 
JolmAWaIkc^.aretirednavywa^ m^smods,' that’s fair enou^" 
rant officer, is accused of having _ p^^r»wtedthaim^thm 
run for 18 rears. 2J million or tbe total of 3.1 mil- 

Mr.Wmbci^»idiiiai.iDtcr- S 
viewThursdaySathehadordeied 

paito^t seemty procedures. dearance procedures wee haphaz- 
“The aumbera of ^ v*o ^ 


partment secoiiQr procedures. 

“The numbeis of poa^ vAo 
have dearances is too lax^ and we 
are gmng to cut that down," he 
said. 



numihs. 

But be bad received Ihe grant 
from the Unnerrity of Dayton Re- 
search Instihite. a subamiractor 
for the SIX office, Mr. Meredith 
said The Caltech faculty comnui- 
tee that approved the research pro- 
posal *^vasn't aware" of an SDl 
ccmneclkm. be s^ 


to oppose the Nicaragua govern- 
ment. 


ventional army defending pos- 


“The Uroied Stales can coexist tioos. There would be no “PqsolarforccsihroughouiLat- 

perfcstly^ with a revolution like counter-httack or great troop in Amoica. will unleash their 

ours, said Mr. On«a, vdiore movements. That would expose us fence." he said. “There will be tens U.S.’backed rebds. 
Ixothtf . Daniel Ortega ^vedra, is to immediate defeat." of thousands of petmle in different 


shot down by Saridinisi anti-am- 
craft fire on the Honduran border 
were almost certainly being used by 


txothtf.D^el Ortega Suvedra. is to immediate defeat" of thousands of people in different Nicaraeuan offirials raid the two 

president^ Nicaragua “We could “Our militaiy doctrine is not parts of Central America armed 1,:* ground fire 

wen resolves conflicts m a way based on these ewtsiderations." with rifles, anti-aircraft guns and ^^neratme over Niora^ but 
that would allow us to bdp resolve Mr. Ortega said. If fordgn tnx^ other weapons, in addition to tens maiiagS"tom)ss badt^kwHon- 


piesident of Nicaragua “We could “Our militaiy doctrine is oc 
even resolve our omfljcts in a way based on ihtye 


Nicaraguan offidals said the two 


Reagan lists Obstacles to Hanoi Ties 


of thousands io our country. The durasbdore crashina. 
outcome will not be detennined xt- r*— 


only by militaiy power." 

He predicted that Latin Ameri- 
can governments w^d oppose 


Mr. Ortega asserted that in re- 
cent days, the United States has 
been “fabiicatii^ border conflicts" 
to create an anti-Sandinist climate. 


In recent testimony- before Con- 


Caspar W. Weinberger 




Admiramiimman said in the in- mg a peaedd ^ution to U.S. dif- 
terview that the submarines aimed f«ences with Nicaragua, 
with baflistic missiles “are virtually Lany Speakes, a While House 

m Monterey, Cahforoia,^. ,AH ^ spokesman, said the conditions lisi- 


By Gerald M. Boyd the prisoner-of-war and missing- His remarks took on added rig- 

Sew York Times Servin in-acuon Usucs. niflcance after a UA Supreme 

BIRMINGHAM, Alatwma ^ "Tbe American people demand Court ruling Monday struck down 
Preadeni Ronald Reagan hu said the fullest posrible accounting for anAiatamalawthathadpernutted 
that W ashing t o n wraud not nor- ^ POWs and MIAs," be said, a daily one-minule period of alent 
malize idaiions with Hanoi until ^ peaceful resolutiem of meditation for the puroose of en- 

the Vietnamese accounted for all occupation of Cambo- oouragtng prayer in rablic schools, 

missing American servicemen and would hdp bring Vietnam out Commeniii^ on die decision of 
ended the occupation of Cambo- ^ iniernational isolation." the high court Mr. Reagan said if 

dia. ' Mr. Rea^ spoke during a tour showed “we still have an uphill 

He also said that bis administra- ** P'®' ^ Ala- 

tioo remained committed to find- lasting his tax reviston plan. bama’s members of Congress to 


Boyd the prisoner-of-war and missing- His remarks took on added rig- 

em„ Ln-action issues. niflcance after a U.S. Supreme 

latwma ^ "The American people demand Court ruling Monday struck down 
an hu said the fullest posrible accounting for anAiatamalawthathadpernuned 
d not nor- ^ POWs and MIAs," be said, a daily one-minute period of alent 
danoi until ^ peaceful resoluticm of meditation for the puroose of en- 


He also said that bis adrainistra- 
tion remained committed to find- 


lal isolation." the high court 1^. Reagan said if 

a spoke during a tour showed “we still have an uphill 
aimed mrinly at pro- battle btfore us." He urged Ala- 
X revision pl^ bama’s members Congress to 


But he also tried to claii^ his bdp admi the amendment 
p(^cy Ml mUiiary interventioD in On Vietnam, Mr. Reagan said 
Nicaragua and on what the admin- that conditions in tiuit county 10 
isiiation now calls humanitarian years after tte defeat of Swth^et- 


Overinnl Proposed 


spiS:SdUK“cStio2‘iS- ^lrfo?Uie"?Iic^^“SS! 


cer. Vice Adnural Nils R. 111101- 2S?SK nportedptm represented the “threshold" for tbe 

man qtgg Mfatl that vriiatever in- "“J^J^^botenqdaiy pre-service Tw senators pr opose d on estabUshmem of diplomaUc rda- 
^tid^beenDassedtotbe _ Thursday a swe^ over^ of ^ 


for the Nicaraguan rebels. nam denKxistrated the importance 
in spite of what some keep say- erf freedom. 

. we remain committed to a “Today tbe Vietnamese Commu- 


framaticst had been passed to flie 
Soviet Union had not tbreaieoed 
the U5. fleet of missile-Gringsub- 

maringg 


Prom 1980 through 1984, Mr. 
tosaid, more than 27,300 enlist- 
f personnd, vriio.had lecdved se- 


vernment secunty procedures to 
lit access to secrets and to ^peed 


Mr. Reagan’s remarks 00 Viei- 


hadtground investisations erf peth apparently were prompted by 
Dtem line for sensifiw duties. tte fact that he was appearing here 


. |„,IT;et;<» mSeen* f/um tnAav nr' U19UIUCIS, bKOOUIUBD, OI L^eiawaie, 800 OBm JNUnn, uem- ■ , . V. 

moseamagty. sexual perversion or ocrai of Georgia, uiged Presideni Mr. Denton had been a 

m^fMesee^fatura misconduct. . Ronald Reaemto i^ an execu- P.n«>ner of war m Vietitam for 

.. T^ad^de^nedloA^ -Hiomas J. (mien, director of tive oidv^^ in half tbe nnm- 
S!. ** Orfense- Invratigative Service, her of securitydarances over the 

that he ^<dd stand ^bis state- which handles secn^ clearances, next two years so investigates 

that his agency was unable could begin catching up with a 
.♦Chher naval officers said th ey conduct periodic rdnv«tiga- backlog. 

^ because irlacked sufficient Tbe senatois also mged that gov- 
-Smart anti-mbmariim mrrare m- money and peatsoond. erament agendes sharply curtaS 

dicau^ ^t a ^ On. the issue of any increased tbevdumeofmaierialmssiriedas 
<feiiiag^uifQrma^to^Rii^ threat to the US. submarine fleet, secret 


ing. we remain committed to a “Today tbe Vietnamese Commu- 
praoefui solution," tbe president nists can edebrate the transftmna- 
said. “And so do the democradc tion of their oatirai into one of the 
(^)posiii(NL But vriiileihqr are wait- poorest countries on earth." he 
ing for their own government to sudL ‘They can celebrate the ere- ' 
talk to them, they must survive, ationof new Vietnamese gulags. 10 
That is w4ial our asastanoe is de- years of torture and forcra 
rigned to do — to ^ve peace a lions and the flight of nearly a 
chance and k^ alive the goal of milL'on refugees and boat people." 
freedom in Nicaragua.” He added: “Ten years later. Ibe 


ber of security 


over the Mr. Reagan said that Vietnam mil prayer in pubhc sdiools. 


agnea to oo — to give peace a uons ana tne night or nearly a 
chance and k^ alive the goal of milL'on refugees and boat people." 
freedom in Nicaragua.” He added: “Ten years later. Ibe 

On domestic issues, Mr. Reagan people for whom our brave Ameri- 
renewed his can for an araendmenL can soldiers foi^t and di^ and 
to the Constitution that would per- sacrificed are still profoundly 


next two 


jrove relations 


grattful" 


years so invesUgatos was seeking to umrave re) 
in catohine un with a with, the United Stales 10 


after the withdrawal of U.S. forces 


Tbe renatfwf atm mged that gov- from South Vieimun. 




dicating that a spy ring had riven 
Hamagng infmnatioa to theKo- 
rians. Tn^ said -that Soviet anti- 
submarine c^eraiions had not been 
effective against U.S. submarines. 

Remolding to questions, Mi- 
chaet L Burdi, the Pentagon’s chirf 
Spokesman, said that the navy did 
not have any (dan to change its 
undersea nerw^ of devices for 
■detecting Soviet submaiioA 

Some submarine eiqparts inter- 
viewed for a New Yoik T upes arti- 


ermnent a genww^ shan 
the vdume of material cl 
secret. 


[y curtail 
issifiedas 


“But we hare made it clear that 
there is only one way ibis can take 
place," tbe preridem atlmBng 


India Restricting Foreign Scholars 


John Ringlmg North Dies; 
Orens Family Impresario 


Pmaers government would also be 

NEW DELHI — The gpveni- relocunt to allow tesmeh into 
ment has issued formal guidelines topics sudi as tribes if they in- 
that bar foreigners from research in vravedvisils to r^ons restricted to 


JVfw ' nmft Timer Xienwv 

YORK - John Rj 


cfe that appeared Friday in the In- North, 81,' vriio headed the 


tbe three-ring extravaganza known 
as ‘The Greatest Sbcfw on Eanh." 
John Ringling was the last erf the 


lernational Herald ' Tribune Bro^m and BatnumA Bailey founding brothers. After hb death 


suggested that the Sound Sarvril- Gicus forSO 


Umce ^tem. called Sosns, midt the~RiDri|ng fainily in 1967, died president and director of 
to be rq>laced ot letamL Tuesday of. a strou. in his hotd Ringling Bnxhers and Bamum & 
' %liere is no ooaridecBtioD bring suite in Bnissds. . ' Bail^ Combined Shows Inc. In the 

given to that," flte spokesman said. The moii 'hbk hv the 5*“® followed, he also was 
. .MrWdnlxrgHaidlhallliea.^ 

•-restednayyman^norcooperai- av^showd^Scamivalof to 1967, chairman of the 

•. Bamboo, Wis- 


in Decentoer 1936, Mr. North b^ 
came president director dS 
Ringling Brothers and Bamum & 
Bail^ Combined Shows Inc. In the 
years that followed, be also was 
listed as piindpal sharehrider and. 



ligaiors. "We have to find out 
precisely how be opoated and 
what he did. if we can." Mr. Wein- 
' ' berger said. “He's net cooperai- n^agemem pro!^ 

ing." w disagrecflients and 

• “We're certainly going to 'review .- Mr.Nwtltwaslbcsonof Henry years of finanrial Iossk. In fact, it 
the whole tiun^ lu erf thow pooce- ^ North, his ^iher vras nagsras defidis 'dial caused 

dures and t^madons,' and see if ' daughter in the him to give up on the iraditional 

'. there's any way we coidd have SOI- ' • Wg ic^: the drens had amply 


Fun. ll cgKned in Banboo, Vts- 

Oman, rai May 19.1884 Operated , Mr. Nt^ saw tv gh^^^^ 
^SotSsSim^l faradybraiiMihiOTAson*^ 

ri«ls 



there's ar 
onto I 


any way we coidd haveaoi- 
0 it any sooner," Mr. Wein- 


1918, . the 


i-ger said. "At this ^t,nobo^ ready to 'W the name and enter- In July 1956, the tents were 


Ng tcfi: the ctrens 
were ^twn too big for iu 


John Rin^ng Nordi 

The heirs erf the Rinriing broth- 
ers decided to sril the arcus in 
1 967, ending more than 80 years of 
family ctmtrol The bimis were 
twx> txothers atccessfui in show 


. seems to think so. And we only did prise left behind.-tty.'^ legendaiy pulled up for the last time in Pius^ buriness. Iivih and Israd Fdd, and 
inthiscaseonlybecause'theformer P.T. Biupuni- liie. company was bui^ He moved the dicns in- Judge Roy N. Hofheinz.trf' Hous- 
•wife got angry." 


.wen OD hs^way toward 


senativeaitasandrestrictappraot- forrignen," tbe gMifgsman said, 
meats to university posts, an offi- Foiagaers are barred from all of 
dal said Friday. Indi^ncHiheastem bonier states. 

An Education Mmistiy ^kes- iriiich have large tribal popula- 
man said tbe guidelines xvere in- dons, 
tended to dear up emfurion in 

univeraties over the status of visit- The ^ritesman said that ^ 
ing sdidais. He said that foreign pointmais to ui^ersity posts were 
ac^emics would now need govern- also bring restricted to stop fw- 
meot pennisrion t^ore starting a ^gneis firm gettingj'obs which In- 
researefa prcgecL It was unlikdy to duns could do. He said universities 
be given for piojecis invoMngsen- needed government pennission to 
sithre issues siira as defense, be appoint foirigaers and it would be 
said. given only in exceptional cases. 


OYSTERS FOR YOUR FACE 

Otlt ef the finKl c orteniporgy BtoiodOi, Msd Dodor L MARCEROH Mi 

oeewd Siii emobn^ afficiant faea creon eeSed Pa. Q. Pa,-CRiMIL beud 

on Ihe wild crenodrao (PMuguasa) oysMr. Ws quota the BJjC. knows. 
IM er aa afha u wiU oyster may be Ihe answer ki the niBBen doSo' quesSoita 

••AN im cnvEANnoomiowiONKier* 

TRY IT AND YOU wni nscovs A NEW BlESsmei 

SoM m bvoa liifaas at U.S.$20 faidariva of latpiimetl poah^a; if 
dr^aat saafanad than odd $3. 

MMbAsr LABORATOIRE I.T.C 

17, Rut da CaGa4^ 75008 RW Aonca 
(OmpaAyste). Mf HtANKUN -R009EVHT. TaL: 563 6678. 
h Rronee onsole in DrugUorai, HMMrfoed ftaras, flic. 



Dg dews. 


Qttorr; whil'K in irt-a. gold, u ithtijri.'. 
Sliilins stdinltas sicul bracdci. 


BVLG AR I 

ro VIA PE! CONDOTTI ROMA 
HOTEL nERRE NEW >ORK 
^0. RUE nu RHONE ilOA GENEVE 
AVENUE DES BEAUX-ARTS MONTE C.ARH' 
HOTEL PLAZA-ATHENEE PARIS 




DHTERISATIONAL HERALD TRIBUNE, SATURDAY-SUNDAY, JUNE 8-9, 1985 


ARTS /LEISURE 


Uneven Prices Paid for Glassware at Drouot Betray Reach of Speculators in Market 



The two flnesi pieces of Islamic pottery from 
Syria now is the Sheikh Nasser wHection ia 
Kuwait were once his. The splendid collection 
of French champleve enam^ from limeys, 
displayed in London and in several ntajor u. S. 
tnusetuns. was acquired by another man with a 
remaricable eye. Edmund de Linger of London. 

Coaceming glass, Kofler-Truaiger’s coUec* 


/nttr¥ianoiiai Herald Tribune t,-- . — ^ 

pi ARIS — Speculation ia playing an increas- 
* mg role on the niarkeL It is now affecting 
areas until recently seemed beyoad the 
reach of commerdal gamblers because of the 
degree of speaalist knowledge required. This 
WM demonsiraied in the sale of Ancient and 
Isl^c Glass organized by Guy Loudmer at 
Drouot on Monday and Tuesday. 

.Although the tide p:^ of the thick glossy an 
paper catalog ciypiicafly refers to the glass as 

SOUREN MeL¥KT4N 

being "formerly the collection of Monsieur D." 

dealer knew t^ stood for Jean Hubert 
Demeulenaere, a Paris director of the Lebanese 
bank Audi 

Tbe wording of the title, implyng that the 
coUectitKi had been sold by Demoilenaere and 
was being auctioned on hdialf of an o ther party, 
is pusding. Tbe new vendor cannot have greatly 
cherished his possessions: oocording to trade 
sources, Demeolenaere was still buying by the 
end of 1984. Could tbe intriguing sub^e have 
been incited the desire to emulate Christie's 

impre^ve sale of Ancient Class ea^ in March. — ... .... . — 

of which the beautiful catalog cani^ the men* n i tj e^ oen aaa m catalog and the total r«u±ed only 8.06 million Tbe agency failed to do so oi 

tion^formerly theKoflerTruniger^Uection”? riask sola lor IOU,UUO francs. francs (about $865,000). lant piece, a big ewer with twi 

If so. the parallel was not entirety favorable to True, a handful of great pieces sold at huge but iU-proportioned, which soo 

the Paris coUection. Ernest Kofler-Truniger of metalwoik from all over the btamic world., prices. The lot illustrated in color on the 800,000 francs. One suspects tl 
Lucerne, now in his SOs, spent a lifetime ra^ng Professionals who have had dealings with the catalog dust Jacket is one of the most beaudf^ deterred the French museums. 


alternate bands of turquoise green, gold and Uan blue glass, dated by the catalog to the 14th 
deep blue ai ming down from me neck. or 13th century B. C. It went for 280.000 _frafl(& 

It was at one point in the hands of the great Given the fact that not a single other spyi men is 
New York coliecior Harvey Rothenberger, knov^ that is not such a big price as it seems, 
sold it to tbe Gallery of New York, from Specialists also enthused over a SjEt rtf 19 dark 


and perfectly pr^ 


nal facets on the body and 

neck, rose 10 an incredible 400.000 

spite the dumsv, unevenly cut neck. Ltuer a 

truly beautiful bottle oi the same period ano 

provenance — tbe catalog atinbutioo w topt 

a mvstifriiis — was knocked down at 9,500 


i 


^1 it for $35,000. On Monda; 
own at 8SOJ)00 francs, exclui 


paid 1 15,000 francs for them. 


ulk of the Smsaiioaal exhibition, “3,000 Years ™ “-T^tenaU round this bone of the most erratic 

^theni high paid for fine «.^onj I h™ att^ &me 

held at the Lucerne Kimstmuseum m 1981. . ^ Haji Baba gallery of pieces. An oeaochoe, or wine Jug, with beutiful going through u-j 

The DetneulCTaere collecuoru on the LOTdotkouSing MclStiey. feather motifs in turquoise bluSnd ydlow, bnt Sm piec«w« (Mended 

andhadveiy fwstaRandal^aum^ ^ Historically more important were two pieces showing some restoration on the lip and handle, sold them, whfle others were allowed to go for a 
in-of-Ae-r^lpicces/^sisperhapstneyiiable JO 105,000 francs, paid by the Lucerne song. . j fnr no 

iveo the short pmod dunng which it was ^ insenpuon nmning the coUector Hans Benzian. Cataloged as Eastern Mak^ prices smim up and dowm 

worksbopftSm which ii origiiuued, an ezt^ Mediiermnean, it was describ^ ine as tyja- peMtilJe reason is always 
le bulk of It. dinarv myunmee in Celiic^ss. It went to cally Etruscan. The man y.-ho sold it to Demeu- pubhc a fe^ng that a gaw is bai^ piajwin 

Tbe collector bought in batches, apparently 410.000 francs. The other is a beaker^ a shi^ lenaere notes that he bought it in Italy and that which theydo not know the rules s a lot worse. 


the bulk of it. 


wiih the Intention of rolling qiuckly at a pn^l, imown from gray earthenware, but rare in 


as he had done previously with a large coin Thb was knocked down at 250,000 francs, 
collection. are irrenlaceahle rincumenis of earlv Eurr 


from gray earthenware, but rare in dass. it could not be closer to a well-known of 
as knocked down at 250,000 francs. Thi^ Etruscan brawn ju& 

coUection. are irreplaceable documents of early Eurc^iean Otherwise a nuimier of One jneces were inex* 

If the aggTMate estimate quoted prior to the history. One gan indeed understand why the pensive. A laige, beautifully shaped phiale from 
sale — 10 fflimoo to 15 million francs — canbe Frenra oatianal museums agency preempted Syria, with whiiiing ribs on the unddade; made 
taken as an indication, tbe sale was wide of the the two pieces, as Fren^ law allo^ it to ao at 53,000 francs, a modest fignie evm if (me takes 
mark. Many objects sold below the auenon. in order to preserve them for the na- info a cc otmt the visible cracks. Another Syrian 

printed on the separate list sent out with the liooal heritage. piece that foIlowe(L a ribbed bovri, also a tians- 

caialog and the total reached only 8.06 million Tbe agency failed to do so on another impor- lucent amber color, was hardly exaggerated at 
francs (about $865,000). taot piece, a big ewer with twisted fluting, rare 18.000 francs. 

True, a handful of great pieces sold at huge but iU-prop(mi(»ed, which soared to a fantastic A rare and beastiful Iranian cup (rf the 3d 


piece that foIlowe(L a ribbed bo^ also a trans- 
lucent amber color, was hardly exaggerated at 


Lureme, now in his SOs, spent a lifetime Professionals who have had deaUngs with the 

objects in such diverse fleids as Westeni medi* Swiss businessman speak with respect of his 
eval art, minia tures from Iran and pottery and knowledge of objects. 


tl iD-proportioned, which soared to a fantastic A rare and beastiful Iranian (nip (rf the 3d 
0,000 francs. One suspects that here the price century A. D. was a aveasray at 12,000 francs, 
lerred the French museums. When it came to Islamic pieces there were 

Fnun Egypt, the main prize was a bas-reUef some inccsnprebensible contrasts. A tall kohl 


pieces of ancient ^assl know. The small flask, 8 Fnun Egypt, the mam piire was a bas-relief some mcoropreDeosible contrasts. A t all ko ni 
centimeters (3 inches) high, is decorated with head of the goddess Hathor in so-called Egyp- flask from 8th- or 9th-centuiy Syria, admirable 


Fake Old Masters Are Seized in Padiia 

The Assaeiaied Press 

VENICE — Twenw painungs falsdy attrib- 
uted to Van Co^ D^as, Manet and other 
masten were in an apartment in Padua 
on Friday, police rep(nie(L One of the txigiis 
Degas wtnks bad been nnected by a coramisaoa 
of experts when an an (haler tr^ to exhibit it 
at the Venice Antique Show last October, p^ke 
sauL The owner of the Padua apartment and an 
antique dealer were reported to have been 
picked up for quesDooing. 


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Degas Prints in London: Bluminations in Black and White 





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/lUenutioHa/ ifonU THiine. 

P i ARIS — Itcrixrt Ddaonay was 
bom ia Pads in 1885 . and was 
bna^t iq> 1^ his mothei; Ocxmt- 
ess de Ri^ becanse his prats 
divorced iitai be was slOl ve|y 
young. So^ Stan, also beat in 
1885, but in the UIcniiD^ lost ha 
parents and was a^teo by ha 
uncle Henri Tedc, a ^ ^losbuig 
lawya. 

Sonia b^antravdhu in Enrape 
the age of 17; stun^ art m 
Gomany and thm in Tiance. hi 
1910 slw met and marikd De- 
launay, and ihdx hame-in Paris 
became cne of the city's artistie and 
intellectual centers. 

man an entbusiast tnrJmrif tn°he 
choleric, and be scans to have 
found t^ ^ needed in Ac 
steady, energetic personality (tf Soh 

nia. 

Both weresmmg^ycaocaned.^ 
the manifertations ctf modoniQrin 
art. To Robert Ddannayi tins 
meant incoiporating into hss p8^-. 
tags such B^'calora of modernity 
|i the EifUToiBaJbaifbtdl W 

'tind tte - .» 

Tlrii paiaontQribe'l^^Tim 
was wide^read in Ac artistic soci- 
ety the Doamiays moved in. The 
towa amieais prominenUy in the 
poetry or OudbutDe .t^ioIUilaire. 
and when Robert Ddiupay vna 
asked to paxnt Ae portnit of the 
poet Philippe SoupauU (co- 
lounda, with Andii meoxi, of Ac 
Surrealist movement and coauthor 
of “Les fi>aHiipB M^nSiiijnes,’' an 
epocb-mal^ oqienment m auto- 
matic writing), he ^te natnraDy 
placed him beside^jt window 
through winch one could see the 
lowa, treated m a stifidn^y pa- 
sond Cufcustic iAom. ' 

The Sffd Towa pamtiug* are 
probably Robert's most memora- 
ble and soisftrmg aduevoiimL 
A the 19301, Ac Ddaooays de- 
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L ondon — Most (tf the mdor 
/French paiatas of the wc 
19A and the eaiiy 20A «v«hiri^ 
tamed iheir hands A pritumaHn^ 
but in tile oeuvre of 
tile of paint ^"4 prim were 
interwoven A an enraadi&aiy de- 
gree. 

The Museum of Fine Arts (tf 
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tiative that mta-reladcaship — 
“Edgar Dffias: The Pamia as 
Prictmaka. vdiich laia travded 
A the Pfaikdelpi:u Museum of All 
The Arts Cfaiflril of Great Britain 
has DOW brougju it A the Hayward 
Galteiy in Looden, and augmented 
the sh^ with an adAtional galkiy 
of 26 Tkm monotypes; and sop- 
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catalog wiA a small weD-illustrated 
catalog of monotypes, wiA a fore- 
word ■% the Amenm-bom, Lm- 


•dOD-based painter R. B. Kitq and 
an essay by Anthony GrifOtlis. 

Uke Rembrandt D^ seems A 
have had the c^iaciw A suggest m 
monochrome, usually Mack, on 
one-colored papa, every nuance of 
&gbt and shade color, (even a 
quarta of his most coknfol pastds 
have a mono^pe base). No woo- 
da. tho, that he is on record is old 
age, as Kitaj reminds us, "If 1 could 
have my life again, I should do 
nothing but bla&ahd whiA" 

Degas: The FcuUer as 


Spoleto U,S,A,: A Festival's Problems 


aniimo«BtimiB6<tf pure color and 
of jntentionallynpmtive gemna- 
zie forms, .nhich seem A reflea 
Sort's faocnUaiiiy vnA the Rn^ 
siah avant-garde. Ddaxmay 

(tied ra IMl -r he was 56 — and 
Sonia devoted Ae 10 yra fttfloa 
mg his 4/nirti to 105 

reputation, vriudi tiien not all 
that it has smoejbeocifDe. Only thoL 
at the ^ (tf 65, (fid Ae cebtm A 
-ha own wnriL She was active in 
many areas, *«v^tn<fnig mtoior d^ 
sipi, costmnes, ddtiiiBs and xnatai- 
al^ and died in 1979 at ihe age <tf 
94. Ibe show at Ae Mns&e drAxt 
.Modecne de la .VEk de Puis m- 
dodes IWitemsmwhkbboADe- 
lanoays are equ^repsesented. 

“Rotor Gwf Soda DrtamepT 
hiwe ^An Modpna da la VlBede 
Paris, 11 Awm du Prirtdem Wil- 
son, Paris 16 , 10 & 

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Caedonia and its cqriial, Baioe- 

nei EMBH *n m»Mgtlif»iT y W 1 - 

jhieaoe on Ae cvotaAoB of art in 
-the 2PA oentuiy, as 'Tfooes Cata- 
lane^** an at Artcurial, 

•shows. Pkasso,'Ddraad-bfir6hail 

fr r y p ACT^ aS do BU im pmtqy g 

tosta of nnpoctanl artists les 
kikNm A die goiaal public: Pabk) 
GargnlA. JhfiD Gcozakz. Joaqinm 
Tons^jiaiaa and, more, recently. 
Modest Qnnrt, Anttmi Tipa 
andJos^Giuiuivut 
. The asoendanqr of Barcelona m 
the SpaniAui wodd b^ms m the 
19A oeatury, lAea tiiea^ became 
one of the centos of indn^. Art, 
Irtoatnie and the theata ilout^ 

and ax Ae turn cC Ae ooitaiy 
the city was marked by the work of 
the architect Antonio GandL More 
reooatly, ah^ craftaman fike J(n 6 
Uoreos Ai^^ coDabanted wiA 
sadioQDeagtfesasMii6,Triiilepar- 
1ns own degant ud kwHcejr 


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•The Aaodaud PTttt 

C HARLESTON, SooA CsnBr 
na —The amittEti SpoleA Fes- 
tival U- S. A. transfomis ln« - 
toiic SouihCT each ^mng mA 
a kalddosccye <tf Ae 
arts, but behmd & scenes tbefesth 
vaTs ba(has are mestiii^. wzA 
quesikms about its Gn^ngfii mu] 
artistic futnccL 

On the balmy days of late siH^ 
festivalgoers are busy emoying 
«4iat is mlled as “the worid^ most 
eonqmhensive arts festivaL* 

At dusk, a brass qmntetsomds a 
rfaeA«al fanfare the 
pours Aa tile hisAric Dcek Stiea 
Theata A watch 'Toit Meom^** 
a eorne^ about Southern reUgjous 
faimtiriCTii. ACTOSS tOWn, thC OpOU 
crowd — m formal gowns, tuxedos 
and blue Jeans — trb^ mA the 
modOT GmHoil Mnmd^ Aodi- 
torimn for an cvemng of rncciiri. 

Relief from tenq^tores (tf 100 
degr^ FaAeaheit (38 dfsgrees 
Centigrade) can be found on Ae 
sunny lawn' of an AAky Rtva 
pi«Tit«rinn, where axd jazE can be 
soaked (A wiA a variety of atecAtA- 
ic concoctions. 

The festn^ whidi opened M^ 
24 and continna thnn^ Snndqr, 
was founded by tiie Pufitza Prize- 


Ait &)(AeA has its Snaocia] wor- 
ries. the seascfi (^aied, tbe 
$3.1 -ixbI^ budget was nmnmg 
S30Qj)Q0 in the ^ Word of the 
duntfall camejnst wedts afta last 
season's $250,600 defidt was final- 
lyretnaL 

Howeva, commosity leaders 
ralHed A SpcAeA's aid, rionating 
mate thmSllODOO by Ae tine tbe 
festival was half ova. 

MesioA uM a news confereace 
ai the b^mmig of tills year’s festi- 
val he was not &out A sacrifice art 
for a few more box-oB^ sales. 

If the ohgea were singly A sell 
tickets, he said, Ae Testrval could 
sti^ “Tbe £mg and r or stage “a 
circBs or someAmg.** 

Mayor JosqA P. Rik^ Jr., who 
was instnxmaital m biiiigtog Sp(y 
leA A ChaiiesAD, said Aefest^ 
bad pimnpred “an eacplosion oi in- 
terest arts” m the dry, add- 
ing: “If thoe u anyone ai^where 
U& qnestiais tin mmortance of 
tile arts A a d^, have Aon cone A 
CharlestcaL** 

Pedims the chaDenge 

festival iTthe future a- 
tistic diraction of Spoleto, which 


unA now has been MenottTs pre- 
rogative. 

Four years ago. howeva, he an- 
nocmced that he was Uxtiong for a 
successor A assume artistic re^cm^ 
sibitities for boA the Ttniion and 
American festivals. Bm he said he 
had not beoi able A find a suitable 
candjdaA “oouvenant whh boA 
Italy and Amoica** and at the same 
time “knowledgeable of all the arts 
anrf 5 good adnunistrahw.** 

Menotti acknowledged the diffi- 


euitia (tf Ae job, adduig that afta 
birthday 
woold have A think i 


his 75A 


next year, he 
seriously about 
passing on the festival leadecriiip. 
‘'The important thiiig is that ^pole- 
A not Ae," he said. 

A third Spetiem festival is sched- 
uled A beffo in Australia m 1986 
unda MeoDtti's artistic (firection. 
He has also 1^ offers A stage 
%>oleA festivals m otha UR. cn- 
ies. MeanwhOc; he insisted tbe 
Gharleston festi^ wcnild cootinoc: 

“You have one thing that assures 
you the festival is gating A stay 
here,** he said. “You have Cbajies- 
toD. Fve been uvhed to many 
places and Chariesttm has a charm 
that is unique m country." 


nocD mne yem ago as a compan- 
k» A bis Festival of Two Wodds 
m ^xtfeto, Italy. 

gram i^^ti^debiU as an opera 
AnecUE (tf (he Anstralian 
Brace Bernard, “Iciit Meeti%” 
and a dance series feamring mt 
{Knomisiog U. S. (xniAanies. 

In aS. %)oleA and the (^run 
festival called Pioxtio 
offer 6QQ perionrsmcca, 
featuring 1,400 perfrumos ova 17 
days. 

^xileA anmially affinal about 
100,000 festralgo^ who pon^ 
about $40 milfion imothe eocooniy 
of Charleston, the port ciQr where 
the CSv3 Wa b^an. 


New Display at Wmiamsbu]^ 


Omtedhto Inlentatiesel 

W ILLIAMSBURG,' Vuginxa 
— The (^oiiiig (tf an onda 
gronral mtuaim ana. study centa 
on sate (tf the Uniied StatesY 
first insane a^lnm win make WS- 
liamsboig a earmr for scholarship 
ffl the decoratiw am. 

Tbe new DeRfia Wallace Deco- 
rative Arts Galkry, which cipau 
June 10, osspletes the educational 
aspect (tf wiiliiamsbui& a 

living mnewim hegnn the late 
John D. K^efeOa Jt. 60 y^ 
aga It displays for Ae first time 
one of Ae bet colleciions of its 
kind m United Stales, indndmg 
fnmituie, tactfles, ceramics, sSva, 
penua, prints, prinrTng<_ weapems, 


miteteal and wamtific 

merhftwiwtt objects 

The siting of tlie museum pre- 
sented s(ane problems since acce»- 
sibtli^ dictaled that it be within tbe 
173-acre (TO-hectare) hisAric dis- 
tiict, where new stractmes mnst be 
bnilt on old foon^tions. 

Kevin Roefae; a Connectient- 
based aidiiie c i . desig!^ a “non- 
buQdm^" (tf 10 g alleries h iiilt un- 
dageound, entoed throu^ the 
retAnstrncted PnbUc Hospital, 
nrigmalty buQt m 1773. 

Ten yew and $17 millloD lata, 
Ae Public Ho^tal has beoi re- 
built A boose displays (tfhw men- 
tal patienls were tremed and aa as 
a gateway A the museum. 


Printmaker." Hayward Gallery, 
South Bank, SEl to JuJ}> 7. 

O 

Tbe colorful and symbitfic as- 
pects of laie 19th-ceat^ and fin- 
de-si^e European art is A be seen 
at Whitford and Hives's mqor 
annual eidulutioa, (bis ye^ on the 
Aeme "Moments ei Fetfies de la 
Femme Fatale.'* These extraordi- 
nary lempnesses range frum an 
evocation of Flaubert's “Sa- 
lanunbO" 1^ Adrien Henri Tanoux 
(1865-1923) and Ae lush nude of 
“Le Rivefl*’ by Alfonse Eugene F^ 
Hx LecBdre(18^-1^S) A the Lo- 
lita-like adolescent (tf “Noonday 
Rest** by the neoclassical John Wil- 
liam Godward (1861-1922); tiie 
ice-nym^ “Heart <tf Snow“ bv Ed- 
ward Robert Hu^es.(185I-f914). 
a nephew of the Pre-Raphaelite 
painta ArAur Hughes; the win- 
some children “A an Orchard“ by 
Ae Scottish artist Edward Atkin- 
son Hornel (1865-1933); a fey im- 
age of the Parisian ladies of Ae 
n^t. “La Joueuses," — they are 
playing al Ae card t^la of a casi- 
no — by Ae Austrian Raphad 
Kiidma (1876-1917) who ^ his 
most glamorous work for the maga- 
zine La Vie Pariaenne; and Hd- 
len'a endianting “Portrait of 
Stuart 'Diylor m Board Ae Yacht 
Etoile.’' Miss Taylor «'as evidently 
a most successful femme fatale, for 
soctt afta this p<mrait wasj^t^ 
she married the Prince CniA de 
BiletA. 

‘‘Momsnts et Folies de la Femme 
Fmol^'* Whhfard & Hugho; 6 
Duke Street. St. James's. London 
SIVi to midJune 

□ 

The importance of London as a 
tmta for exhibiting and deahr^m 
Oriental art cannot betta be exeoi- 
p^ed than m the progr^ of Es- 
kmazi Orioiial Art, whicb cele- 
brata the 2SA anniversary of its 
London gallery wiA an exUbition 
from June 12 A July 12 of “Rare 
Ounese Works of An,’* wfaidi coD- 
8St of indent bronr^ aitd 
tnliiid bronzes, diva, jade and ee- 
nmics. 

One of ihe most important fea- 
tures of an Eskenazi exhibtticm is 
tto scholaly, wdl-Ohistrated cata- 
log. “Eskenazi: 1\renQr-five Years” 
is ecceptional even by the gall^s 
high standards, for every exhilnt is 
iUustnted m c61or, and the aruient 
bronzes are mtroduced a magis- 
toial essay by RfiUiam Watson, 
emeritus {lessor of Chinese art 
and at phaenlng y m the Universly 
of London. 

.There are six archaic bnmza in 
the show — two large wine vessds 
of the forms Air and yu, tbe forma 
open-topped, the latta wiA a cov- 
er, and a bandit mding m buD- 
hMd tannnals and decorated wiA 
dragons; a ritual waia bowl, pan. 


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inscribed in the centa of the bowl 
“Cast tile Grand Guardian,** 
wto was presumably one of the 
court nobles \riio supervised the 
moral probity of the eiqieror at the 
end of the 12th century B. C., the 
time (tf the bowTs makio& Otba 
exhibits include two food vessels 
with handles, the rectangular fang- 
£ng on four legs, and the ci^a 
b'-ang on three; and a quite beauti- 
ful and uncomnxm tulu — a color- 
bolda with four boUow cylindrical 
tnba made for bolding the inks 
with whicb were drawn the ritual 
questi(Mts to be ask^ ctf the oracle. 

More mundane uses were to be 
made of the siiva and inlaid gQi- 
bronze <^ects — dai&a — bdt 
buckles and a belt hook, decorated 
with stylized animals in hi^ relief; 
bronze crossbow fittings with 
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dragon. Oiba gjli-bronzes include 
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Otha beasts, natural and myihi- 
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cal beasts are a pendant in the form 
(tf a stylired dragon; and a croudi- 
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“Twen/y Ftse Years,” Eskenazi 
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Lata Qnnese woks (tf art are on 
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arts of Japan feature in a 
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whirii prepays a flmhl of herons 
ova a stylized windblown riva, bv 
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plum decorati(»; and a particular- 
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material mura favored in the Mo- 
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No Policy for Nicaragua 


Reagan’s yearloog hagoUng wiih 
over ^ lo aid the rebeKSeking 
Nicaffagiia continiics. The Senate has voted for 
a hnmaaitanan" subsidy: the balkier Home 
vote again Tuesday. And how. 
oral, poiuding ihe table for emphasis can ail 
Jw ^liticians ever agree on the tri^ de- 
ls^ oI foreign pc*cy? Good question. 

Dut wfaat policy? Heniy Kissing er, whose 
comtesaon tried to guide the administration, 
IS bafflra: “It is absolutely imriea r to me how 
a vital interest can be served by a xia- miiiinn 
piqiect. If that were aH there is to it, you could 
go to a foundation and get the money.” 

_ That $14 nrinioD was the aid Che administra- 
tion deemed essential to preserving a 15,000- 
man army tolerating in and against Nicaragua. 
If Congi^ refuses the money, warned Secr& 
taiy of State George Shultz, it may hasten the 
day when it has to consider direct military 
actKXL What drama for Band-Aids. 

What needs to be asked, calmly, is vriiether 
the administration has feasible nnffl ps to a 
plausible end. Its objectives have so far been 
denned by a vague and negative slogan: 
No more no more Vietnams. Pnsum- 
ably. that means no quiescence in the cre- 
ation of a second Soviet dependent and base 
for subversion in the AmOTcas, but also no 
frontal attack by uA troops that would de- 
generate into a long ^leirilla war. Hence the 
attractiveness of attacking Nicqgua with a 
CIA-run army of Nicaraguan dissidents. 

Yet that army is politically compromised 
many of its members' past associatims, and it 
lacks the power lo unseat the Saodinisis. The 
’’contra" marriors have probably in^cted 
costly damay but th^ attach have also been 
used to justify denials ctf freedom that the 
United States dqilores. The clear desire (rf 


Congres has been to disband this army, or at 
least retire it, to give diploma^ a chance. 

Tbe trouble is that the choice of tactics 
presu p poses a set of clear objectives. But, as 
Mr. Kissinger complained in an interview in 
tbe Los Angles Times, the administratioo has 
fmled both in its military and its dqtlomatic 
exertions to spe^ what it aims to achieve. Is 
it guarantees against Soviet and Cuban bases, 
and the withdrawal of Cuban advisers from 
Nicaragua? Or is it a more profound transfor- 
mation of tbe r^me? If that, is it enough for 
the Sondinists to permit some democra£>' and 
opposition, or are they to be overthrown? 

From a weD-wishing insider. Mr. Kissii^er’s 
puzzlement is dev astating : think there IS no 
precise rd^emship between the rhetoric we 
put forward and the steps we are takuig . . . 
I do not fully understand which of the many 
possible otgectives ... the rhetoric is sup- 
posed to accomplish. Secondly, it is not clear 
how the measures that have been ^ut forward 
will achieve even the minimum obiectives.” 

Another former national security adidser, 
McGeorge Bundy, has told the House of Rep- 
resentatives that CIA supped for the "con- 
tras" might have been us^ in preventing the 
export of revolution or in presring the Sandin- 
ists for an acconunodauon. But be now be- 
lieves that the operation wiH cmly shed blood 
on all sides and "simply will not work." 

Cemgress, indeed, should not second-guess a 
president as be administers an agreed and 
delicate policy. But there is nothing irresponsi- 
ble about wiihbolding suppon for an impulse 
to violence without purpi^ Let the Rragan 
adminis tration state its aims and thcir UMy 
C05L Then let Congress choose amemg them 
and get out of the way. 

— THE HEW YORK TIMES. 


General Motors Adapts 


As an example of industrial renewal. Gener- 
al Motors is now the most interesting company 
in the United States. Its quisitimi of Hughes 
Aircraft, which makes missiles and advanced 
dectronic equipment, is one of a series oi 
ventures by which GM is not only broadening 
its business but — much more difficult — 
changing its internal structure and character. 

Buying Hughes is not merely a matter of 
obtaining technology. A company as rich as 
GM can buy whatever it needh in the way of 
patents, blueprints and pet^Ie who know bow 
to use them. GM is trying to go much further 
and turn itself into an organization that, de- 
spite its size, can absorb new technology fast 
and put it to work effectively, llie people 
running GM see in Hughes not only a high 
degree of engineering dnlity and some profit- 
able defense contracts, but also a style of 
managenqt that has been successful at en- 
coura^g innovation and applying it to a field 
in which products rapidly b^me obsolete. 

Fifteen years ago GM was a rigidly hierar- 
chical company, set in its ways and s^-confi- 
dent to the point of myopia, ^en a company 
has made as much money as GM had made for 
as many years, its management fmds it bard to 
think that it may not have all the answers. 
Then the shocks began: the rises in gasoline 
prices, the tightening environmental r^ula- 
Uon, the customers' i^i to smaller cars and. 
above aU. the loss of one-fourth of ^e'maiiret 


to imports. GM spent enormous amounts of 
money to adjust, but its labor productivity is 
still not up to Japanese levels. 

Finally, GM seemed to lose its temper. With 
the corporate jaw grimly set it evidently decid- 
ed to do whatever was necessary, however 
radical to r^ain its position. 

It went into a joint venture with its chief 
rival Toyota, to see whether Japanese produc- 
tim methods — meaning labor relatimis — 
could wOTk in an American factory. It bought 
a large data processing company, Hectronic 
Data Systems, wbm the incentives are de- 
agned to encourage employee to take risks. It 
embarked on its Saturn proJecL founding an 
entirely ae«' company withm GM to build a 
new car. (Why not ^ve Gievrolet build it? 
Because GM’s management wants it buflt dif- 
ferently, with a disr^ard for tradition and 
etablished practice t^t Gievrotei might find 
difficulL) Now GM has added another large 
subsidiary with experience in suddenly chang- 
ing technologie and markets. 

GM's experiments in industrial organiza- 
tion are gtwg to have a powerful influence on 
the American economy, and it will be an 
influence for tbe better. O^er companies, un- 
der amilar pressures, alternate between blam- 
ing the govenuDieai and blaming imports. GM 
has embarked on a more vigorous re^nse. 
Tbe audacity of its strat^- co mman ds respect 
— THE WASHINGTON POST. 



t 


More Party Switching 


Are we beginiung to see the rationalization 
of American politii^ parties, as long foreseen 
and sometimes advocated by political scien- 
tists, with conservatives clustering in an en- 
larged Republican Pans' and tbe last ronain- 
ing Republican liberals leaving for the 
Democratic ranks? Well maybe. Certainly we 
are seeing something unusu^ 

Former Massachusetts governor Edward J. 
King got up early Mon^y morning to go to 
town hall in Winthrop and switch parties. Tbe 
prospect is that Mr. King will ran for governor 
as a Republican next year against the incum- 
bent Democral Michael Dukakis. 

That will not a novel experience. Mr. 
King heat Mr. Dukakis in the 1978 primaiy 
and then, after four years in oftice, lost to him 
in 1982. They stand for diametrically opposed 
policies in theory, although tb^ have con- 
verged in practice; Governor Dukakis will be 
campaigning on the buoyancy of the Massa- 
chusetts economy, which many of his backers 
will concede is due in large part to tbe tax cuts 
championed by Governor King. On cultural 
issues, however, they remain far aparL The 
glib Dulrakds and the pai^uUy inarticulate 
Mr. King personify the longtime split between 
gown and town in New England politics. 

At the ^^te House tbe conversion of for- 
mer Governor was bailed as a sign of the 


strength of the Republican Party. There is a 
real possibility that In four of the 10 largest 
states holding gubeniatoriai elections next 
year — Texas. Horida. Michigan and now 
Massachusetts tbe Republicans mO be run- 
ni^ a former Democrat mth a good chance to 
In Massachusetts. Mr. IGng may even 
have former Democrats running as R^ubli- 
cans for lieutenant governor and attorn^ gen- 
eral. Former Democral Ronald Reagan must 
be cheered at the prospecL 

The Democrats' initial response has been to 
grumble that the pary switchers are, as the 
Democratic c hairman in Massachusetts. Ches- 
ter Atkins, said of Mr. King, "self-serving and 
opportunistic." Of course they are, but then 
bow many politicians don't serve themselves 
and take aiNantage of opportunities? 

Mr. King and the rest Gt plausibly enough 
under the Republican umbrella. The Demo- 
crats would do better to boast t^ tbe Repub- 
licans produce so few talented politicians that 
they must raid the Democratic farm dubs to 
fill titetr big league slots. But this is mostly 
inside baseball The party switching, at thie 
least, wiD enliven some important political 
races in 1986, which in turn may tell us wheth- 
er these switches are symbolic of more general 
shifts among the voters tbemsdves. 

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1910: Ma^ Revolt in the Yncatan 
NEW YORK — Telegrams from Vera Craz. 
Mexico, report that a serious uprising has 
occurr^ in the Yucatan. Thousands oI insur- 
gents attacked Valladolid. Many persons are 
Slated to have been killed. A de^teb from 
Merida says that 5,000 Indians attacked and 
sacked Valladolid [on June S], killing all the 
prindpal Government employes and the chief 
of tbe police. They then $d^ all the rifles and 
pistols they could lay their hands on and 
instituted a rdgn of terror. Many inhabitants 
of Valbdolid have fled Tlie Maya Indians 
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The Presidency Again: Time for Common Sense 


P ARIS ^ An article of mine on 
this page (A/qv coDceniiog the 

impoial trappings and overbeuing 
security measures suiroonding the 
American presidency has provoked 
enough comment to justify a few 
more words on tbe suqect. 

Tbe threat lenxxism. most often 
cited in jostiGcation of tbe present 
anangements, clearly is an imjxvtant 
oonsiaeration. However, the last seri- 
ous political attempt upon an Ameri- 
can president's life — if we put aside 
conspiracy theories coDcentiiK Lee 
Han^ Oswald — was the nieno 
Rican nationalists' aitenqit to kill 
Harry Truman in 1950. 

Ihe present security arrangements 
are worthy of wartime. They would 
be appropriate if tbe threat ro Presi- 
deot Reagan were that of a quasi- 
nulitary commando operation. But is 
that really the case? 

Obviously, such an assault up<m 
Mr. Reagan and his guards is possi- 
ble: Almost anything IS possible. The 


By William Pfaff 


three presidents and several other 
mqor American political Ggores who 
have been attacl^ since 1960, how- 
ever, have been the victims of cranks 
and psychopaths — the obsessive 
Amencan "loner.” It is not necessar- 
ily vrise lo let the standards of Ameri- 
can public life be dictated by the 
worst-case analyse of the Secret Ser- 
vice. an organization with an institu- 
tional interest in wost cases. 

The question is whether the effort 
today put into tbe president’s protec- 
tion r^y increases his to a 
degree that justiGes tbe political and 
psychological costs that are paid. 

Is tbe preadent, with these troops 
of aimed men, tbe armored cars, boi- 
copieis and fortress White House, 
that much safer than the Prince of 
Wales, guarded by his single detec- 
tive? The Prince of Wales, moreover, 
does confront a serious terrorist Olga- 
nization »ith an interest in killing 


him. the IRA, wfaidi aliea^ has 
kflled L«d Mountbatten and British 
cabinet ministers and has tried to IdD 
the prime minister. 

Is the American preadent safer 
than the presidents of Italy or of 
France, or tbe West Gennan dianceK 
lor. or the fanaHiMn prime minister, 
smne of whom are or have been under 
much more serious and speciGc ter- 
rorist threats? Yet they are protect 
without tbe gigantic and obtruave 
apparatus of the U.S. Secret Service. 

The American system, for all its 
machinfr«un-bearing bodyguards, its 
wallde-taUdes, metiu detectors, anti- 
aircraft gmis on tbe White House 
roof and dragon’s teeth tank tr^ 
outside, could not st^ John w. 
Hinddey Jr. from shooting Preadent 
Reagan in the middle of downtown 
W^i^lon in March 1981. 

It dio not two different wmn- 
en from tr^ng shots at Preadeai 


Ford in Sntember 1975. 
[r. Ford I 


America Should Have a Youth Corps 


N ew YORK — Despite eco- 
nomic recovery. America's la- 
bor market seems to have shut 
down for young people. WhOe it is 
estimated that five to six million 
part-tiine jobs will become avail- 
able this summer, this fails for short 
of demand and wili have only a 
limited effect on the mounting 
year-round jobless rate for youth. 

While total national unemploy- 
ment hovers near 72 percent, youth 
joblessness stands at 16 percent for 
white, 24 percent for Hispanics 
and 43 percent for blacks. 

The reasons for failure to absorb 
y<qg woiicers are familiar. Indus- 
trial and technological changes gen- 
erate fewer entry-ievel jobs; manu- 
facturing bas fled tbe inner city for 
suburbs and now, increasingly, for 
other shores; many youngsters are 
not adequatdy tau^t workplace 
skills and attitudes. 

This summer, before more teen- 
^ers are abandoned to the ranks of 
the unemployable, let us renew tbe 
idea of national youth service. 

Pn^xments of such a program 
share tbe conviction that young 
people represent a vastly underused 
resource that should be encour^ed 
to (rffer itself in tbe service of soci- 
ety, the economy and national de- 
fense. They beueve a ^stem of 
youth service mi^t help dainpen 
the incidence among youth of onig 
and alcohol abuse, crime and vao- 
HaiiCTi, unwanted pregnancies and 
other symptoms of Venation. 

Most importanL imtional service 
could be more than a repair sbe^ 
for social danu^ or a way to keep 


Bt Franklin Hiomas 


youngsters occupied. It could help 
them sort out their identities, build 
lifetime principles and develop 
more respect for self and society. 

Congress last year passed a bill 
that would have created an Ameri- 
can Consen’aiion Corps to put 
youngsters to work in parks and 
public lands. President Rea^ ve- 
toed that bill The strongest leader- 
ship on behalf of youth service has 
come from states and mimidpaJ- 
ities. Consider these examples: 

The New York D'ry yobmieo' 
Carps. Many panidpants in this 
dty-funded organization are high 
school dropouts. Members earn S80 
a week staffing a shelter for tbe 
bomdess. rebabiliiati^ dty parks 
and taking oral histories from resi- 
dents of a geriatric center. Hiose 
completing the 12-month program 
are awarded cash and educational 
vouchers to provide free schooling. 

The California Conservation 
Corns. Assignments for tins $35- 
millioo-a-year program funded by 
California's Natural Resources De- 
panmeni range from repairing 
dams to clearing salmon streams to 
assisting forest-fire brigades. 

77ie Northwest Ymuh Coqis. In 
this summer-only environmental 
program in Eugene, Oregon, crews 
of young workers are hii^ directly 
by private businesses for stort-teem 
assignments. The logging industry 
has used the corps to rqilant 
forests after timber harvests. 

In all more than 30 such pro- 


grams are taking shape around tbe 
country. Whfle some, such as Penn- 
sylvania's year-old Conservation 
Corps, are toigeted at the ecracHni- 
cally disadvantaged, oth^ like the 
California ccNps. recruit from a 
wide speetzum of sodal and educa- 
tional backgrounds. One notable 
effort, the Ywih Action Project in 
the East Harlem section of New 
Ymt Gqt. sp^ically seeks sod- 
ety's most diiGcull youngsters and 
helps them devise tiuir own com- 
muoiQ' service programs. 

Not only do these programs help 
develop valiies and attitudes that go 
with r^ponstble adulthood. Studies 
also show that went oqmence ~ 
even pan-time jobs — tt^tber frith 
general education and sluQ training 
can signiGcanily inq^rove a young 
person’s long-term employment 
and earnings prospects. 

The fed^ gpvenuneat should 
study the sucressful examples of 
local youth service programs to de- 
sign a natinna] pro gram 

Clearly, a number of concenis 
would have lo be considered — 
program desi^ the extra costs im- 
pose on a deGdt-burdened tmd- 
get, the effect on mililaiy recniit- 
meot, rural vs. urban settin g s , 
attitndes of organized labor, etc All 
the national service is a omn- 

pelting idea that merits trying. The 
important point is making tbe com- 
mitment More youth imemplqy- 
meni rate gel even worse. 

The HVT/er is preadent of Ae Fwi 
FounJation. He connibu/^ this 
nwimenr to The New York Times. 


Meantime, C^o Ahead and Be Shocked 


B oston — So you made a 
commiuiient whra you were 
young that you would never, ever 
become tbe son of adult who 
turned purple at the sight of Elvis's 
pelvis. Nor would you ever ask a 
Beatle. ‘What do you call that hair- 
cut?" You would stay cool. You 
would, at any cost, understand. 

Up to now. all things conridered, 
you've done pretty well When your 
daughter bought the S30 rippra T- 
shirt. you did not cut off her allow- 
ance. All you said was. "Do you 
think that's your best color?” 

When sour son came borne with 
a pierced ear. you did not go into 
your mother's fainting routine. S'ou 
offered him rubbing alrahol and 
then stayed awake all nigfai trying 
to remember which ear meant gay. 

And when the lOtb grade En^ish 
class you tau^t went punk, you dd 
not ban the Mohicans. You went 
ahead leachi ne "Romeo and Juliet” 
to tbe girl in the front row. just as if 
she did not have pink hair and a 
safety pin in her left nostril. 

Indeed, at no time did you ever 
utter a threatening or btifniliating 
word to a skinhead, although you 
practiced your yoga breathing a 
good deal. You and your friends 
would tell each otber'tbai behind 
every mace bracelet was a fragile 
adolescent ego searching for identi- 
ty. The worst thing you ever did was 
utter the parenting mantra of the 
child psycfaolo^is: "f love you. but 
I don t love w hat you are doing," 
So whdi did it eei you? What was 
your reward for all this understand- 
mg? You got Madonna. 


By Eilen Goodman 


Madonna of the belly button. 
Madonna of the "rir^” T-shirts. 
Madonna of the blonde hair and 
black roots. Madonna of the black 
lace bras under see-throu^ shirts. 
Lillie Madonnas to the right of you 
and tiie left of you. 

Now you ask. where did you go 
wTong? Well don’t look for an an- 
swer in the stars. Look for iu if you 
must where I found it, in tbe movie 
"Desperarely Seeking Susan." 

I promise you this is not a de- 
mented teen fllm. It is a terriGc 
farce about a ber^ housewife, Ro 
bena. who fantasizes herself into 
the amor^ anarchistic, sleazy life 
of Susan. Susan is played by Ma- 
donna. who is playing herself. 

This movie is more than a vehicle 
for the rock scar, it is a subtext for 
the whole Madonna phcoomenoa. 
The heroine. Roberta, feels about 
Susan the way a groupie feels about 
Madonna, which is the way a mid- 
dle-class adolescent feels about the 
rebel She is in awe. There, are you 
beginning to gei it? 

Roberta, standing in for every 
good girl is the delayed adolescent 
whose naughtiest act is finishing a 
binbdav cake after her husband 
(ells her not to. By contrast. Susan- 
Madonna is pure ego. unencum- 
bered by guilt, fainiiy, conscience, 
and certainly unencumbered by 
class, middle or otherwise. 

If vou studv this subtext. Madon- 
na's black lace bra and white lace 
stockings become the 1985 female 


version of Brando’s leather jacket, 
Riogo’s bangs and Elvis’s bun^ 
The middle-aass life that is being 
mocked is updat^ but the theme is 
an adolescent da^: one ^nera- 
lioD rebelling against its elders. 

This is vraere you TmH the truth 
about the cunent plague of Madcni- 
na groupies. Tbe same old adoles- 
cent aeed to rebel has run up 
amtinst an esealatnig adult ck 
tmerance. The more acoqjting the 
adults, the more outrageous the 
young. These are the frraks 
evolve wbo^ou raise the freak-out 
threshold. Think about it 

Think dxRit bow hard ii is for 
Idds to shod: 'the sort of elders wlx) 
once played in coU^ productions 
of "Hair.'' Imagine rebelling 
against today’s parents who acofflt 
rebellion as a normal sUm of liie. 
Tiy bdng outrageous in Grait of a 
teacher ^0 rdtises to notice that 
you have waxed your eyebrows off 
and wear black bpstick on tbe up- 
per lip and vriiite on the lower. 

The results of all this are that you 
are left to grind your teeth and 
suppress your hisrror while the ter- 
minally iad:y young talk like h^ 
um addicts 'and wear black laoe 
training bras to the breakfast table. 

Tbe one thing you misunder- 
stand is how the young long to be 
misunderstood. $ 0 , the next time 
you see a ^1 jiggling her belly 
button down the s tre e t, take toy 
advice. Stand stiH look her straigju 
in the and scream. Go ahead, 
fake it ii you have la It's all fw tbe 
sake of the children. 

Washington Post Writm Groap. 


Don’t Shout 
At Romania 
In Distress 


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Gerald 

What saved Mr. Ford from Lynette 
"Squeal^" Fromme, a Qiailes Man- 
son fan, was that she had not discov- 
ered that a Cdt automatic does not 
go o& merdy by pulling the 
but has first to be anneo; and 
Jane Moore had her lastol knocked 
asde a quidc-witied bystander. 

The Secret Service’s measures £d 
not save John F. Kennedy from a 
determined rifleman. 

The sad fact is <hat the Hamger of 
assassination comes with the 

On the evidence, an American 
preadent is in a lot more danger from 
the Sejoeakys and dean-cut Johnny 
Hincueys aiixi a-marine Lee ~ 
Oswalds than From Moamer 
or Ayatollah RuhoDah KTnWini 
The danger to lum can be miinmized 
by so^e {secabtions, but it camiot 
be dixDmatra other tium by total iso- 
lation of the preadenL tbere is a 
point cm the security curve where 
precautions do more harm to tiie 
preridenqF than good. In my view 
that pdnt was pased long am. 

A^resident is servam of me peo- 
ple. He is not a monaidL He does not 
embody the ctmUiniity or legitimacy 
of the state: He is replaceable^ and 
indeed is r^ulaily replaced. Ifpmi 
bis death in off^ vio^ or otoer- 
wise, the Coostitutioo bas provided 
anotiier afGdal anuunatically to as- 
some fats reqxHisibilities. 

Is a refonn of security possiUe? It 
is ima^nable, A brm presideDt 
could sinmty refuse to be guarded 
like this. Congress would gp akmg. 
He could inast upm the prndem fam 
uttobtrasive security measures that 
other chiefs of state Gnd adequate: 

I myself would thisk Ranald Re^an 
a man c^iaUe of mai^ such a di^ 
sion. Wlutever the dispute over bis 
polides, his courage and common 
sense are indiqKitablc. 

A second mono that can and 
should be carried out concerns press 
coyeram of the presideaL There IS no 
ratkmu purpose served Ity more than 
2 (n rtporiaspius hundi^ of 
nidansfoDowmg the president eveiy^ 
where he goes. Thor presenro hm 
been a nujoT foroe in the impeciafizft- 
tion of the presidency. 

it has beexme a niaA of conp^- 
tive status for a newspaper b) have its 
own man or woman m the pruden- 
tial entouraBB. Most would admit.- 
that they peamm no useful Amotian 
listenine to statements pofectly wdl 
iqxxted by news agencies, wnness- 
iug ceremonies beoer waldied on 

lefevisi pn^ ’an d w riting th e saim* wtqv 

ty stories as th^ cdtoffles: 

Ihe pn^ job of . a white House 
correqioaaait is to tqiort vriiai is 
gang on inade govemment, ai^. if 
he or rile is good, to wlty. Inat 

b not served by dqg^ng the pR& 
dent’s footstm throi^ countries 
ihai tile WamtngfQ n writer osoally 
kneran Utile or nothing about, writing 
on econonic or di^raiatic qnestiais . 
usuaDy better handled by ooneqxn- 
dents stationed abroad or by qwcial- 
ists bade in the Untied States. 

By sensible poed anangements, the 
piem could make an immense cemoi- 
butiem to the disintnTifBtrion of tile 
presidoicy. The current obsessive,-, 
iwieeaginp attention to presidential 
personahty and fovor, to every move 
tbe preadent makes, every one of hb 
remarks.- every slip of me tongue^ 
every tiff amoig aHtairfanfa god 
jealooty in hb eotoiuage, has heavily 
contributed to turniii| tiie <2 
the dikf magbtrmea the American 
iqnibUc into what sometimes seems 
the soagUo of an empire, and of a 

riafttining wf fhat 

^ 1935 William pfiiff. 


By Flora Lewis 

UCHAREST — The roses 
b ] on"""S deliciously along tne 
main aveoues. With iIk warm 
er, people look good enough mbng^t 

dothes. There is ^ flair in ^ 
thb dty, wfaidi once took pnde jn ^ 
hrinp Mtied the "Paris of the East. ® 
But it b misleading. Romania is in 
bad shape, perh^ the 
Communist bloc in terms of people s 
lives and hopes. The economy ^ 
run down Iw more than a generation 
of bis mistakes — crarii inv«im»t 
in wy conceived industnalnation 
ibe usual burdens on agn- 
cuimre of riod coUeciMzanon, then 
incaxieaKe a huge Western debt 
bncolae Ceausescu. the supr^ 
and unchallengeable leader sina 
1965, was detenmned to retire me 
debt qukkiy so as to maintain oa- 
tionaldbowioom-Thal might sound V. 
like orthodox capitaUst poUcy, but it 
isn't It b bdng done to iMUcmg 
living standards so shartny. euumg 
everyday coosunqition so drasticaUv 
rhaf the polky could not be followed 
in a socMty with any chac& 

Nobody b starving; ihb b not Af- 
rica. And DcAody b shooting or 
trampling people; tms b not Beinit or 
a sower wtaiim in Brussels. In fact 
there b a drudging calm. But 
life b very difficult with hours and 
hours of aanding in queiMS just 10 
Bnri iwinngh food tO flu StOmacbS. 

There b a "second economy.” an 
elaborate, wnnf fidal qrsten of toner 6" 
and txadioE favors to ease the rough- 
est edgem inmosed austerity. There 
was a benrit^ winter with practically 
no beat, and even now tiiere b scarce- 
ly wny after nlg^tf aH Tdevirion 

broadcasts for only two hours so as ro 

save electricity, and then it b mostly 
die^ pxope^toda boasting of fito 


barvsts aiidTat cows when there is 
nothing in the shqs. 

Romanians, vdio always lotticed 
down on their Bnlgarian neig^re 
as rather badnranl and ooostricted. 
now watch Ruipnan tdeviaon be- 
cause tiuty Gna it so mudi livdier. 
“Imaging,'*' said One, "we’ve gM to 
the poim vriiere we envy Bulgarians, 
theyre better off now.” 

lliat b a lenectkn on the acmal* 
inqiaet of a poGrty of rdative autono- 
my from the Soviet Union, ftrlgaria 
b Mceoow's most devoted alty. mnee 
the iirid-19S0s the Romanian r^me 
has Gunied popnlattiy, at home and 
in the West, by occaaonalfy thumb- 
ing its nose at the Kremlin, ft seemed 
to wwk at 61 ^ but Grom the puke's 
. point of view it b no substitnte for a 
reasemabie (Sa and Imathipg room. 

The cunent ecoonme poli^ toids 
to increase dqmidcoGe on the Sovir 
et^ in any case: Soviet energy siq>- 
pUm are agamriai and more and 
more they hare to be paid in "hard 
good^” b, food ara products tit 
demand on tire domestic market 

Tbe. phrase b. somewhat nev^' 
extending the distinetkm between 
’liard cmrency’* and Into destiaUe 
nooccBivertible edoict to a £stino- 
doc of gpods tiiat find an eager mar- 
ket from those less leadfly aconted. 

'Xlun b no sgn of senons Soviet 
di^deasme witit Rmuania’s foays 
into a more indqiendeiit forest pat- 
icy, such as attending the Los Ange- 
les Olvnmics when a& other Soviet 
allies bad to boycott, or beizig die 
only Warsaw Paa inentiier to main- 
taia rdatioos with Iscad. 

Netiber b there aity sign of moves 
for reform m Romania, mch as those 
that hare stirred other Eastern coun- 
tries. Ibb remains a Striiziist syst^ 
no dtitUenge at aH 10 the srod^est 
idedogues ffl hteoow. 

To ^ etioit, the blast let loose 
by U.S. Ambassador David Fnntor- 
boric just after he reined last mon A 
was groimded. The Ronaiton rqjnie 
sbowol its pigue with a peculiar ges- 
ture of dumpme a ibotemd or moe 
would-be hm^res to America in • 

Bedin during the last two wedcs is 
May. Itwasadefiantwityof sa;^ngto 
Washingtoo, "If yajt in^ on riiout- 
ing about hnniBn rights and emigra- 
tion, trice these.” Mr. FuDdertnuk 
caQed it a "mini-Marid.” 


tor It has quietly aided. 

But Mr. ruoaeriMnk's outburst 
was not caity nn^Aomatic. Ifis can- 
itiaint that tire -Smte Department is 
too soft on Romania was a ininre 
example of the futility of dumty- 
noisy coofrootatim in itodgn policy. 

Thoe b no need to vrear bOndeis 
to wtut b g(m% on hoi^ to cheer tbe 
.Rgjnre.beonse h does not TKularly 
echo the Sovia fine. Ndttor Soes ti 
serve an American purpose to make a 
fuss. FoGi^ requires nuance^ a 
of what it IS posaUe for Amerind 
influeDce and of what b beyond the 
reach of U.S. decisioiOL 
It b necessary to be as weD in- 
focmed as possible about other coun- 
tries that riiare the oie and only 

Earth, but that b not eaou^ There 

js also a need for srijtle uMOstand- 

ing of vriretcan be done to nudge the 
wnld rieng toward the satisfaction 
(d commra human needs. 

Ihe New York Tbnes. 


IJETIERS TO THE EDITOR 


A Pretext in Ulster 

ReganSng the newsfeatare **Ubter 
Divisions Too Strong far a Protestaa 
Mbiiaer’* (Mi^ 24): 

Gmunent b called for cm Jo 
Tboma^s report atmu! the Reverend 
Da^ Aimstroi^ dqnxture from 
Northern Irelana The Sefirioos di- 
visions that uudeipm the pwtical di- 
risions” are nownoe as stmpKstig as 
hatfed between Catholics anh Protes- 
tants. You do not seeCathriiCjpiiests . 
ostracized forfzieDdship with notes- . 
tants. A agnifleant pail of the Proies- 
tant-Unionist popolatkm has takdi 
to anti-popoy m vriiat seems to be an 
attempt to cover the pofitical aspects 
of the Irish problem with indevaot 
reli^ous sectarianism. 

It b a tragedy ttot Mr. Anns tw mg 
bas suffered at the ol these 
peof^ but if hepieael^ tbe import 
tance of loving Cathedies, he should 


have st^- true to hb beliefs and 
stay^ m Limavady to show that Irish 

pec^ -would not tond to prejudice. 

HILARY HOUSE., 
Loodai.'/i 

Ranking Giban Power 

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TURKEY 


A SPECIAL REPORT 


SATURDAY-SUNDAY, JUNR 8-9, 1985 


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By Uli Schmetzq: 

ANKARA r— TUckcys bpiid te- 
fonns, often cdtiozed 
the rid tidier and the poor poor^ 
face their Best mqw test tiffi ' 
■whh theiepaymeatof S33 bi 
in interests and.-serrices on 
counoys foreign debt. 

. In fact, tfaU year’s reco r d 
- meats (of wiiidi S1.5S billioa : 

• v is interest) and another $ 3.^11111100 
V; payout in 1986, are viewed at h(Hne 
.•« and abroad as the hattirfiM ob 
which Prime Minister Tnfgnt 
^ ; Oal’s IS-nunih-cU gn wn n i ' na^t 
Y may Stand or iaH ... 

' ' ' . Even the IntematicDal M one- 
tary Fond, vrindi ^loised the Qzd 
^oims to year, is aentejy aware 
of the political fiaanriarl mylK- 
eations of the ddt commitments. 
In May, it granted Ttirk^ a stand- 
by agreement fbr the next three 
months ’’to put its honsein order.* 
When he was dect^ Mr. Qzal 
embarked on a cradi cooise, mmr 
ing a pimn^ statfroontFoOed 
.eooQoa^ intoaneo-mat]Get.ecoDO- 
my alon^ West Emopean fines, ^ 
pd^r stunnlated escorts, fixed re- 
alistic exchange into in- 

vestments «"« twfHig hf a flidd o n 
flood of wealth to tndem and. 
banks. 

But thenewiidheshawnot.& 
tend down to the majority ci the 
popuUtitm, sqneemd a domestic 
austerity program that &ed vrages 
far below the mflationaiy rate ^ 
made the price goo^ shoot iq> 
by at least 10 pei^t dtme in me 
to mcmihs amx'tbe government 
applied vahie-added-tax measures 
to build cqi levenoe to a bw^ 
defkit tunnmg at 5 penent of gross 
national procmet 

Ahlini^ die ban OH im pnr ts 

■was lifted cmly the affluent can 
affmd to Imy eqiensive foreign 
goods in a boontiy where the unem- 
ployment rate runs at an offidBl 
16J pefceut (witii no anenndoy-. 
-taeot oene^X ioflaticiH A 5Zper- 
S^t and avoage animal iarxiroe 
'to year was ~ ■ 

The brunt (tf all ansteriiy mea- 
sures has been bome by the lower- 
middle and wodong^dasi whose 
real wage eannngs over the tofiVe 
years were eroded ^ more than 50 
percenL The question icmmis how 
long a tt^twoal]^ pasrive walk- 
ing dass (mnsaled by an official 
tr^e uxDOo) can be Gq>ected to 
bear the burden of an econopuc 
pc^ that has seen Ihri^ 
good credit rating tibtoad 
eting the standto d Irang at 
home. 

Still there is noammoiis confi- 
(Continoed on Page 9) 



Seeking New Trade Role 
As the East- West Bridge 


By Mustafa R. Gursel 

ANKARA — Prime Minister 
Tuigut Ozal has been travding the 
wmid, spreadiim the word that all 
roads to the Mddle East can go 
through Tbrkey. Hb message: 
-Tm)^ has a uniqne geographical 
and cultural portion in the Imddle 
EasL Come and invest here, for we 
can act as a bridge between East 
and WesL" 

For years, Turkey had wooed its 
European allies, seeking to become 
a fuU memter of the Eunqxan 
Community and an equal partner 
in Euto^ Under Mr. Ozal’s lead- 
errii^ there are signs of a change 
tom that approach. 

Turkey’s rdationship with some 
of its European allies, with some 


WiCnpei nanttawt 

In Cappadooda: Qrdurds and fidds in &ont dwdings carved out of die Idls. Inset: a peasant fmnily’s bMne. 

The Cappadoeda Area: A Fantasy Land 
For Tourists^ Rich in Religious History 


Bf James Dotsey 

UGU^^ — A fantai^ Wd ris- 
ing tq> in sandy cones a gainst a 
barren background, cmtiai Tnr- 
k^s n^oQ of Cq^Mdoeda is de- 
servedly one of the wonders of the 
worid. 

Pyramidal, pointed soft-roc^ 
diimn^*’ with protectire 
nHi^roomjike caps, dot a r^km 
vdiere Quistians once dug out ref- 
ugestn 

structures frcKn 
lem invaders. ' . 

The unpre£ct^ asd pecu^ 
rock formations mur mu^s im^- 
nation to roam tnnm^ a tegum 
Miose histdiy is atill iniacL 

Cupadoeda can be toured m a 
d^ tom the Ttiridsh capital of 
Adcara, bitf it deserves two or three 
ds>ys-. . 

Tim central c^ of Ugnrb, with 
its dean, jqodexatdv priced holds 
and vast nmitber of carpet shops, 
serves as a tonist base. . 

In the qpset vfilage of Gcaeme, a 
20-miDUte drive fronl Ugnrb 


tfait>agh the heart of C^qiadocda, 
the small Saksagan hotd built mio 
the rocks gives guests a taste of life 
in ancient times at^ a n^i to a 
doable room, vdiile in the nearly 
Kr^ hotel tite r^n’s wine flows 
out of the uq) in &e guest roomsL 

Goieme, a loosdy defined area 
bordered in the south by the road 
KnMrig Ugmb tO the anriMiT rapj- 

udofNevesliii; a dly- with a popu- 
lation of 200 , 000 , which now gov- 
ons die province to whiefa it has 
lent its name, and in the noiih by 
dm Kiril totkk Rzvei, owes 
its beau^ to die enqimia of several 
volcanoes, whicb scatte^ t^ 
vdeanie dust, ashes and lava in die 
sunoundinglakes and valleys. 

Over the past 3,000 years, succes- 
sive erosions h^ial sna^ the myr- 
iad rode forms in wefa early 
f>migrian 8 caTved vdude dties. 

An open-air mnseum, a section 
of Goieme dosed (£ fay the gov- 
eminent to protect some of the fin- 
est exanqito of the t^oo^s struc- 
tures, offers visitors the 


op p wtnni^ to visit somle-vaulted 
seventh- and el^th-centnry 
churches with fr^coes ranging 
tom poznitive d^ toms to de- 
tailed Byzantine icons, monaster- 
ies, donniunies and dining rooms. 

With idi^ous zeal — and as pro- 
tection tom persecution ty the 
Romans and others — the Chris- 
tians hid cot in the soft rock. The 
doors to their chnrdies and private 
quarters were eften bandy nolice- 
^le from the outade, and narrow 
entrances provided pn>. 

tectum. 

Many d the hdlowed-out fairy 
chimneys, whicb punctuate the 
landscape, served as iponk ee% 
and one-room residendes. 


nan tradition of mnnaoiriem and 
famfly and cominonal fife in xsola- 
tkn. 

Pediaps the most stuzmifag rock 
jMnnaelft fafmatinna are locatCd in 
Fasab^ on the road lead^ nmth 


from Goreme into the Zdve Valtey, 
oftm described, as Cappadocoa’s 
Pink Realm. 1>vo pmalld canyons 
extend ride ^ ride into a narrow 
and deep valu^ vdiose flanks are 
podrmaraed with the eutrances to 
homes and diordies. 


ly vnth the ^ can be desetmed as 
’’cooT if not ‘TrozexL** The EC has 
been critical d the new democracy 
founded in Tui^ in 19K3, and 
some EC countries have been call- 
ing 00 tbe comnxuniiy to keq> Tur- 
k^ out because, from their pmnt 
view, this democracy d^ not 

matrli up tO EutOpean gtwn<t«rriB 

Apart from pofitical eri ridsm, 
the EC is also rrfusiog to rriease 
around S400 snlfioa of aid prom- 
ised to *nirkey in tbe late f970s. 
There are also ^uota restrictions 
imposed on certam Tbridrii exports 
to the commum'Qr like textiles. 

As a resnli, the idatkmsliip be- 
tween Ankara and Brussds is 
riiaky. Although the aim is stiD fidl 
manDeirim m tte community, 
Tbridsh i^eiailg anH hiwfnftacTTiwi 
alike are tq>set over the Eunqiean 
attitiide. 

Mr. 0^ during his visit 
to Washington, strong criticized 
the Eun^iems. The prime minister, 
a tecfariocrat wtm b more interested 
in economic than political ties, is 
promoting alternatives to Ttirit^ 
and seems to be fed up with Eu- 


rope. 

Mr. 


OzaTs virit to Washington 


had already been labeled a success. 
Saying that ”1 have been preaching 
and practidug Reaganomics in 
Turk^ before Mr. Ronald Rea^ 
came to power himsdf,'’ Mr. (to 
appeal^ to American bu^ess en- 
toprises to come to Turkey. In- 
st^ of coDcenirating <»ily on in- 
ermsed mililary aid. he empbarized 
jdnt ventures and increased trade. 

The chmrman of the U.S. House 
Armed Sendees committee. Repre- 
sentative Melvin Price, leading a 
24-iiian delation to Ank^ and 
Istanbul, said in his departure 
statement on May 31 : ‘’As legisla- 
tors we ^ do our best to strength- 
en Turidrii-American rations and 
to help you to continue to develm 
ihrou^ joint business ventures and 
eeonoDuc assuiance.” 

Mr. Price also said that he was 
gr^ to mggest to the Reagan ad- 
ministration to formally invite 
President Kenan Evren to visit the 
United Slates. 

There are rqxirts in Ankara that 
a ‘’free-trade agreement*' between 
Wasbinmon and Ankara is being 
prqmid Such an agreement, if it 
becomes a reality, would further 
push Tbrk^ out of Europe and 
mio closer ties with the United 
States. 

Mr. (to, during a trip to Jmian 
in May, ma^ tbe same appeal to 
Japanese firms. Acoompamed by 
73 Turicisb businessmea. the prto 
minister promised spedal priri- 

toTtrade zt^^^reveral Turkish 
ports and be stressed the prorimiiy 
of Ttirkey to Middle East maricets. 

Turkey started entering the Arab 
market as e^ as 1973, esped^y 
in construedoo projects. The initial 
omcracts won a smaD numberof 
Turkish firms were mc^y in Lib- 
ya. During the first seven years, the 
value of all contracts won in the 
Middle East' and North Africa 
came to around S12 billirm. The 
best year was 1S181, when Tur kish 
companies won contracts that 
amounted to more than ^ bOUon. 


Today, there ore almost 300 
Turkish companies involved in 
construction ventures abroad. 
However, the boom is over. As a 
result of the oil ^ut and the effects 
d the Iran-lraq war, the m^et 
has begun to shrink. 

Nevenhetess, the opemn« has 
been made and 10 ^rs* experience 
has been gained. Turkish compa- 
nies have joined precis in Saudi 
Arabia, am there is an increasing 
development in relations between 
the two countries. W'heu Mr. Ozal 
virited Riyadh in April, there were 
signs of a g^ing consensiLs for 
cocqieration in milTiary industries. 
It was also announced that the &u- 
dis had ^reed to provideSl 10 mil- 
lion for develi^ment projects in 
Turkey in addiuon to million 
in the form d a standby crediL 

Another Turkish success in the 
area has been to keq) a neutral 
attitude throughout tnc Iran-Iraq 
war. As the only country that has 
continued a dialogue with both d 
the neighboring ccMintries. Turkish 
trade with them has almost quadru- 
pled since the conflict b^n five 
years ago. The hcq>e is that when 
the war finally comes to an end and 
the massive rebuilding in both 
countries starts. Turkey will be re- 
warded for its neutrality aod will 
ggi p^erential treatment in con- 
struction projects and trade. 

Although Tuikqr is a secular 
country. 99 peremt d Tu^ are 
Mosle^ and this obviously has 
been an added advantage for 
in doing business in me Middle 
East. 

If Mr. OzaTs expectations are 
realized and foreigD capital comes 
to Ttirkey, the ccamtiy might in- 
deed once again bccow a bridge 
between East and West lie signal 
he is luring Europeans now is that 
countries like the United States 
and Japan might be given a prm- 
leged place on this bridge if Europe 
continues to give Ttirk^ the cold- 
rimulder treatmeuL 


An Interview With Prime Mmister Ozal 



i-S 


r-« 


steering bis count^ throi^ a i 
cult p« Tk^ of transitioa fi»n» inifi- 
taiy to paitianientaiy rule. 

Although fiis Anavatan Pardsi 
(Motherland Phrty) gained an alv 
solute majcmQf .of 211 seats out of 
400 in the November 1983 general 
•dections, three oppootioa partto 
were not allowed to partic^te in 
the polls. 

Pot the last three decades, to. 
() 2 al has cfaaizuntmed a fseMoinlcet 
econonqr toto county as a mem- 
■ber of various adnunistratiems. 
From 1971 to 1973, he worked at 
the World Bank in New Yoil;.fhen 
as a senior managis in the Saiband 
noup, the second largest mdustiial 
j^omerate in Ttiikqr, where he 
earned out the modemaation of 
medium indnstties. - 

Mr. (to, an engineer and prac- 
ticiag Morion, is pn»d of lus luial 
roots. After an interview last 
month, he walked out into the rain 
to his waiting linymrin*, held his 
■face towarOmsl^ and riiouted: 
’’This is gold for Tudrey." 

The prirpe nunister hu inherited 
from drifian and mP**— ” 

deeessors a number of 
that continue to cast riiadows over 
his successes in rdnvigoiatins Thr- 
k^s ecodon^. b to fc-. 

excerpts from an interview with 

gri inv>f 7 «’ and Mtoafa R. (3msd 
he discusses the new democracy's 
chalienges, partieidarly in the area 

hiimnn nghtS. 

QUESTION: to. Prime Mn^ 
ter, it is often said that your couDr 
tty is a ’’guided demoma^ and 
that the iiSueace of to mifitaiy is 
still for too Beat How do.yon see 
to future ofyour country’s democ- 
racy? 

ANSWEat: 1 think tiiese are all 
lies madeupbvemmfr'kft groi^ 
in Europe. Ftfsl bf all, siy paiQr 
. was dected hy to peo^ We weie 
not preferred by to notary and if 

the ii^tan' lum that pow^ they 
'iji^d probably have pm anbtor 
pwQr in power. 

(totainly, we have had m prbb- 


to cf anardorin preidons periods. 
Thereto^ we are. very caiefiiL 
When yon talk about human Tights, 

wehamtn lft^ at rtiftliniwiinng TitB 

d the sfient mqocily, not a small 
groiqi of pecqile vdio want to do 
emydnrig by tomsdves. I remoxt- 
ber fbo^ fiw yens agc\ nonnal 
plain per^ GOiud not go out in the 
streets 8nei-9 PM.. Tins was a 
inudi more Afflcult case to hu- 
man zigjbts. Today, those people are 
quite hmpy. TTKOxy penile are no 
longer lollM erixy d^. m order to 
. readi rids sta& we to to inmose 

gftmenwrtwl 

pfinn It was neoessaiy. Now we are 
removing three me by one. We 
have reduced to dmatun of anest 
from 45 to 30 days and we have 
diedted our psisoiis and 1 can tdl 
you very de^ ihoe is not much 
(fiffoeoce betwm ourptisons and 
European prisons, and ahbough 
Tmi^ is a poor Dountiy, we ^end 
too mneb m prisons compared to 
StudentSm hipier gdaeatinn. 

Will kfl parties be allowed to 
partiematein toiMxt deaim? 

A. Yes. fit to.recent dectioos, 1 ' 
mean in to local all of 

than participated. All six <rf them. 

Q. You have <rftai ^xiken of the 
poreiU&tyof an aiimreiy. Do yon 
' envisuB atL 'amnes^ in to near 
futur^ ■' 

A. We have passed a law wbidi is 
bong s^nerinow. We caniuM give 
anmi^ to. those who acted against 
tosttue. Thatis tofaiddai % to 
eonsdtutioB. -What we have dme is 
that we have said' to those who 
rqicst and ^'dues about ihdr 
-organnadon' tot. we will reduce 
3 R»r aente^' and a some cases 
we wifi nbc »tdKe you. Now, to 
toprisboBRi^nhuged ^th as- 
ardqr, wewiS trytostn^ dus sum-' 
mera^eto arDnesQr..^it is very 
du 8 eaoQt. 1 t you.knim that every 
tiiQB^ have- an amnesty, those 
pew cauKyou more promuis. 

. (a You said duiiBg your virit to 
the United; Stato March] tot 

there are nb. pditical piisonera in ' 
Thifcey, . 01 ^ tenorists. It is ditfi- 
enh to undenttnd members ' 

to Peace Assodatioii orBISK (to 
ondawed CenCedesUim (rf fto- 



Priaae MGboisUar Trirgnt Ozd 


Cmrp^ 


gresrive Itoe Umons (rf Thrk^] 
are considered lecroristSL 
A. In to United States, to 
Coouaunist Party i$ not tobidden 
but yoii have someiuks thai Com- 
piimiy ta cannot be in adnnnistra* 
tim or have certain jobs. In our 
case^ Communism is forindden I 9 
law. If you make Comaninist mo- 
mwda, you trill be jaQed. The 
DSK people have bem tried on 

this Hb« 

Q^ And the Peace Assodariou? 
A On to rameLbaas: Codudii- 
nist propaganda. 

Q. But SQiehr it fr difikuh to Si^ 
how nmA a person bdieves m is 
influenced by Communist ideokh 
This leaves a very gray area to 
to law. - 


A There are cases vriien you 
dedm yon are a social democrat but 
you are really a Conmruidst, just 
poring as a social democraL Take 
to ex anyle of to DISK: The 
fnmtiMri (h^ activi- 
<ie& But 'i^ is for tbe conns to 
decide. 

(}. You have taken more cases of 
tonareipooQndnringyoaradxiiin- 
istiarimi than uypoe More ]mu. 

A Some officials may do som^ 
thing, but there is no zegular tor^ 
tore. In cases vriiere fiiree are 
datim. diCT are being studied and 
thereare 100 poBcemen in jail right 
now, convioled of sudi practices. 

(Contiiwed on Page Ip) 


A PORTRAIT OF 
AKBANK 



Balance sheet as at 

ASSETS 

U.1985 

VSS 

Ca^ and due from banks 

610.397 796 

Reserve requiremeats 

242,847.011 

Treasury Bonds 

122,315.999 

Loans 

581.051,147 

I^icipanons 

S8.047.803 

Bank premises and equipment 

54,777.112 

Other assets 

162.926.106 

Total assets 

1.832.362,976 

TXAWTT.TTtBfi 


Deposits 

Central Bank 

Other liabiltttes 

1.450,687.973 

4.481,582 

22^^.264 

Total liabilities 

1.678.993.819 

STOCKBCXiDERS’ EQOirr 


Capital 

33.898.305 

Reserves 

119.470.852 

Total stockholders' equity 

153.369.157 

Total liabilities and 
stockholders' equity 

1.832.362.976 

PROFIT FOR 1984 (after taxes) ITS S 52,524,542 
CmjtalhashcfntncTcaacdtoTCSllSiirilUon 

asof MarciildSS 


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INTERNATIONAL HERALD TRIBUNE. SATURDAY-SUNDAY, JUNE 8-9, 1985 


A SPECIAL REPORT ON TURKEY 






In die Horn srea: Tbe Bosporus brU^ built iu 1973. 


Istanbul Regilding the Golden Horn Area 


ISTANBUL — TTie GoWcn Hora do longer 
ftinifc And if Mayor Nevzat Ayaz has his way, it 
will soon be as blue as before. At a cost of S8S 
miDioa (a credit from the World BankX Istanbul’s 
dty administration is demolishing “eyesore^" con- 
structing a new sewage system and remodeling the 
‘’old of the Bosoms.” 

Gone already are buildings such as docks and 
open markets that gave the Horn that decadent 
derelict look, which loven of tbe city called 
-chamL" Gone, too, will be the old fish, fruit and 
v^etable markets along the waterfront, where 
traders from Genoa a^ Pisa held concessions in 
Byzantine days. (The markets are to be relocated 
on the outskirts of the city.) 

Bulldozers and cranes have razed hundreds of 
KiniHingc and gutted wardKMises to clear a 22- 
millioo-square-meter (23.7-mMon-square-foot) 
space on toe Eyu pend the Halicf Golden HornX 
Tbe general secretary of the city, Atanur Oguz, 


says the oew face of tbe Halic will be determined 
by a wt^dwide projea competition, to be bdd this 
year. But oobcmy doubts that the 20tb<century 
kN^ with glass-bouse office blodcs, undeigrcamd 
garages and tbe occasional green spot, wiQ come to 
the ancient city that stradles £ur^ and Asia. For 
a siarL at least, the idwBding win be restricted to 
the Eyup districL 

Also to be retired are the smdte-bdcfaiw fer^ 
tramps that diug across the Horn. Tbe tot 10 
catamaran sp^ boats, each sealing 400 passen- 
are amving this year, of a fleet of ISO 
similar vessels that will ctKistitute a new waterway 
tran^rtadon system. 

With a second Bosporus bridge already financed 
by a joint Turkish -Japanese company (tbe first was 
completed in 1973), old Istanb^ the dty of the 
seven hills, is suddenly b eing catapulted into the 
20th century — sad news for many admirers of its 
leisurely Old World charm. 

— UUSCHMETZER 


Ethnic Kurd Populaaon Persists in GmrnOa Var 


ISTANBUL — ‘’Haroy is he 
who calls hifflsdf a Turk. 

When Kenoal Atatuik coined 
that phrase, be might have bra 
^|^inl^ng of the bMt of elluuc 
groups he inherited from the shriv- 
el^ Ottoman Empire and on 
which he bad impq^ like it or 
not, a Turkic idoitity. 

None aS these groups have aven 
ihe Turks more trouble at home 
than “the sons of SBladin," the al- 
most mythical l6ud leadv of die 
Crusades vrito inoculated his peo- 
ple with that fierce spirit (rf nadoa- 
aii^m and indomitable indepen- 
dence that still diaracterizes most 
Kurds today. 

Twice, in 1923 and 1930, the 
Kurds rose against the Ataturk re- 
frxms that turned them into Thrics 
and suppressed their langiay and 
customs. Twice th^ were defeated. 
But tl^ did not a^e up. 

Id Tmkey’s southeastern prov- 
inces, near the Euphrates River and 
around Lake Van, pockets of 
Kurdish rebds (officially known as 
“separadsU'O today ccmtiDue to 
fight a guerrilla war for an auton- 
mous state. Their stnigde is as 
stubborn as that of feUowKurds in 
Iraq and Iran. 

Over the last 15 years, acoording 
to Kurdish sources, 2S0 Kurds have 
been executed for thdr part in the 
rebeliion. Thousands are in jail. 
(No Kurd has beeu executed in 
Tuiki^ since 1^, Turkish c^- 
cials say.) 


Almost every other day. Turkish 
newsp^rers rnoii the draihs of 
soldiers (main^ members of anti- 
-guerrilla muts) and separatists 
during skinnishes. Tuik^s smith- 
east. around ti^ dw of Dryarbaldr, 
where 80 percent a an esumaied 7 
rniilioD Kurds live, remains under 
martial lav. 

Tbe government says that in tbe 
lost nine months alone, 38 security 
ofOdals. both militaiy and dvQian. 
were Id^ in fis^fing around six 
dties in tlu southeasL In the same 
clashes, 6S aimed “sqiaratists’' lost 
ibeir lives “when ih^ refused to 
surrender,” a government flidces- 
man said. He added that 30 by^ 
slanders were also killed ”by the 
sqiaratists.” 

In the past, in Kurdish villages 
where people only spesik. Kurd 
(heavy pri^ pe^ties are im- 
posed for distributing printed ma- 
terial in the language ), tritot Odds 
are sdn tilled by hand, girls arestill 
”boii^t” fnm their parents and 
transponadon is by ox wagon or 
don^, the rebels could alwsjs 
temporary rduge and food. 

But that has chaimed. Journalists 
who have visited tfie area say re- 
lentless puisuil by the Ttul^ 
Army has coherent revolt im- 

possible and only scattered guerril- 
la of four to six members make 

noradnimi giiiieg The times are 
gone vriwn rebels tolerated in fatsis, 
or “liberated zones.” 


“There is no coordinated resis- 
tance left in Turkey, though the 
Kurds fi^ on,” a Kunfidi repre- 
sentative Europe adnutied. 

Fortunately for their opponents, 
the Kurds have always tended to 
form splinter movanents, caused 
not so mud) by differences in ideol- 
ogy but by squabbles over leader- 
ship. Outside powers have fre- 
quently used the Kurds as 
instruments to destabilize the re- 
gion. 

In dismantling the lingering 
pockets of resistance, tbe Tbildm 

Array has also been aided by a tadt 
agreemect with Iraq. Under the ac- 
cord, TUiiish troths hat^ at least 
twice, penetrated deep into Iraqi 
territory (acrora an uaguarded bor- 
der) in pursuit of Kurdish rebds, 
who often seek refuge in Iraq. 

Last week. Interior Minister Yil- 
diiiffl Akbulut said: “DiscussiODS 
are taifine placg to make it posable 
for Ttiri^ to have a {nulitaiy) op- 
oation into a ndghbming coun- 
try." 

It was tbe first time a Tbrkish 
government official announced 
that Turkey was n^tiating for tlw 
right to conduct a imnitive expedi- 
tion across the Iraqi border in pur- 
suit ctf Kurdish rebels. 

Ugur MtuDcu, a writer and an 
wt p or t on guerrilla warfare, says, 
bowe^ that Syria has recently 
trained Anneniao and Kurdish 
bets in a joint canq). A booklet 



Areas of Kurfish guemUa acimiy 
available in London clmtns the vw there were iatenaarr 

ethnic groups are fighUDgwgcinCT the language is very san. 

”'^cially. there are no u-ve the same comptesion 

■nirkcy. Sometimes, oma^ rrfff goveraon and 

totheraas-TnoemtamTrafo ^ whom wx never say yw 

soioe distinguish between qudil. JJT^Kurd or a Turk. It doaa’t 

Kurds" (those who hwc^uitegrat- 

ed) and “terrorist Kurtfe M Jh^of the Kurdish probteo ^ 

When the gov^r in ihc fnidalistie and -rf; 

eastern province almost entolyra ^ spulheasi, one of the 

habited by Kurds (to whom he i^ws^ baiwaid te- 
speaks through an inlcroreter) ^ Middle Ea»t s most oaowaro re- 

Kcently about the Kurdish gi 
problem, he shrugged his 

said: “There are no Ki 

my province, just Ti^" gJlQlInrnKSi 'of a 

There is no disatnunatitra if a aw « . 

Kurd adapts. In a recent interview, incited ^ ^ 

Prime Mmisier Turgui OzaL born „ 
in tbe southeast said: “Lei me K^ash,uroi 
you that the are not 


Civil lights Become a Rallying Point for Dissidents and the OffieUd Opposition 


IST.ANBUL — Eighteen months 
after the return to a paiiiamentary 
govenunent Turkey's leaders are 
still reluctant lo ease the restraints 
on dvil rights. Instead, they prefer 
a “linuted” democracy, safeguard- 
ed by the aimed forces. 

^ the end of May, 23 of the 67 
Turkish provinces w'ere still under 
mai^ law. including the biggest 
dries, Ankara. Istanbul and Izmir. 
I^tical parties are still sutgecl to 
offidal approval, as are trade 
unions, wmeb use their r^aioed 
coDective-bargaining power rather 
sparing. Newspapers still receive 
orders from the censorsL although 
less frequently. 

It is hardly surprisi^ then that 
in this period of transition the issue 
of human rights has become a rally- 
ing pdm fM^ both muzzled dissi- 
dents and the (tfficial opposition. 
The topic has not bra as popular 
in years — and that in a countiy 
wfam abuses have often been de- 
scribed as “an institutionalized 
malady” inherited from an imperi- 
al past. 


Despite the call for more liber- 
ties. however, there seems to be no 
obvious alternative to the current 
semimilitary rule if Turkey does 
not want to revert to the dsn days 
of the 1970s when armed poliiic^ 
gangs muidered an avera^ oi 20 
persons a day. 

Still even some government ofO- 
dals that there is a need for 
vast improvements in human 
rights, which tend to be trampled 
under the pretext of national secu- 
rity. 

But the official reaction to the 
problem often seems Irizarre: To 
placate growing demands for an 
amnesty, the government has ap- 
proved a law reducing sentences 
and even granuqg immunity from 
punishment to those vriio “repent 
and collaborate” with the security 
forces. 

Gamor fcH* the abolition o( mar- 
tial law has been met with a legisla- 
tive p^kage that will give the po- 
lice virtuaUy the same powm 
phone-tapping, seardies without 
warrants, arrest on suspicion, cen- 


sorship and the use of guns — now 
applied 1^ the militmy-senmty ^ 
paratus undn martial law. 

When 92 percent of the Turkish 
dectorate voted in favor of a new 
constitution in 1982. they also vot- 
ed for tnaintaming Kemal Ata- 
lurk's 63-year-old law prohibiting 
COTUDunisi ideology. This law per- 
mits politi^ (^ponents and dissi- 
dents to be arreste<l charged and 
sentenced as “Conununists” — a 
crime equivalent to being an “ene- 
rziy of tbe stale.” 

“Our constituticHi defends the 
state against individual rights rath- 
er rban vice versa.” said a member 
of Ttirkey’s proscribed PeaM Asso- 
ciation. He prefers to remain anon- 
ynmis so be caimot be accused of 
violating article 140, which punish- 
es those making derogatory le- 
marW against the state and the 
ctmstitution. 

“What you call liberal in Ameri- 
ca we calf ^mmunist in Turkey,” 
a former Turkish ambassador. 
Mabnut I^ckerdem. said. “In Tur- 
key, Geraldine Ferraro would be 


consideted left because dw 
a petition for homan rights in 
key." 

Amnesty International in Lon- 
don said it had no figures available 
but the h»™in rights organization 
quoted a Turkish government offi- 
cial who said in Aug^ 1984 that 
there 


Allhough a number of ocHnmis- 
aons have been able to inspect 
Tuildrii prisons in recent months, 
conditions in some jaSs, particular- 
ly militarv institutioiis where the 
hard core of so-^ed torori^ are 
held, remain Mow human dignity. 

On the other hand, reeeotly re- 


fer owning a Gie Guevara poster, 
another, for read^ what vras de- 
scribed as leftist Uteratuie. 

In the recent trial of Peace Asso- 
dation members, the prasecution 
accused the Pendants (tf helping 
the Soviet Union to implement Pe- 


ter the Great's dogma: “Russia can 

se were 7,300 political prisoners leased intellectuals said that they only survive if she controls the 
in tbe country, western diplomatic had not been tortured. Bui they straits (tf Turkey." 

sources say the real figure may be said they were b^cu/fed in twos 

and cham-shacUed in a group. 

Many inmates refuse to see rela- 
tives to avoid undei:|mng debaaitg 
body checks that mclude being 
stripped naked and examined in 
in tima te parts. The same procedure 


Istanbul mayor and leading mUi- 
tary ofilcials. 

“No one is safe," said i former 
prisoner. “One day my cell mate 
ran up to a new man in the prison 
yard ond hn gyri him- Thc new- 
comer had been tbe director of a 
miltary rail on the Black Sea, my 
frig’s last prison abode." 

The prison director’s crime was 

• _ _ VU 


Undoubtedly, however, there 
have been changes lor tbe betten 
Last m onth newspapers quoted a. 
member of parlioroeni. Cunwi 
Canver. as saving: “The law hai 
ermvoted Turkey into a polioe 
state in which avil liberties wilt- 
remain as a naked concept devoid 
of context" 

have published the 


two or thm times more. 

And although accusations of 
abuses proliferate. Western diplo- 
mats and independent sources 
agree that the grovdng pressure, 
abroad and at home, has paid divi- 


dends — aithougb it has failed to is often applied to the viator 
improve the seesaw game of courts Such ‘precautions" appear su- 


, . ^ . Newroapers 

Evidence against them included keeftingaposterof ^loPicsso's shout of prisoners from the docks 
diarges of rratting Geo^ Diim- “Guenuca" in his room. ^ “1 ha\« bra tortured; look at ^ 

troy's books and of having oiga- since fundamental rights have myarm”— andpubtisfaerssay tfae^ 
nized a memorial Mebratioo for a been suspended for reasons of sa- aiuDbtfofc^!st^'thecensor(pro- 
Turkish poet who fled to Moscow lional security, trade unions cannot publication of a certain 

under the Atatrak gpvenimenL support pedit^ parties, new»^ statement) have diminished. 
“Conununist" roundups have in- pes jnay not mibush cenain enti- nmod of nreirial 

' paints cannot promote pmou p 


that are empowered to acquit and 
retry defendants in what seems an 
eiemai judicial merry-go-round. 

Over tile last five years, llOsecu- 
rity pfncials have bren sent to jail 
for “inhuman” treatment of pris- 
oners; over the same period. 8^ 
complaints of torture were filed, 
and there have bra convictions in 
only 46 cases so far. 


Straight Talk 
about Investing 
in Turkey... 

The broad &cts >^30 may already be aware of. 
The country's unique geographical location as a 
bridge betten Europe and the Middle East, the 
lower operation and transpioitation costs, the 
plentiful raw material resources and the rapidly 
increasing domestic market... all offer substantial 
returns to the investor. 

But what you may still need is detailed, 
accurate infonnation about specific, 
investment-related topics. 

The Istanbul Chamber of Commerce, a 
103-year-oId, non-profit public organisation, 
which counts among its 100,000 members 
representatives from ever>' trade and industry’, 
hi published a series of free, informative 
booklets in English of special interest to the 
foreign investor. In these publications you will 
learn about: 

►The recently-created, centrally responsible 
Foreign Investment Department w'hich now- 
streamlines the application and appro\’aI process 

►The USI 50 million limit up to which the 
Foreign Investment Department can appro\’e 
foreign capital particip^ions on its own initiative 

► The opening of all fields to foreign capital with 
the same incentives offered to domestic firms 

►The resolution of the foreign exchange crisis, 
w+iich means that transfers of earnings are now' 
put through within a period of tw-o months 

►The high rates of depreciation on foreign 
investment as compared with domestic ones; 
generally 30?6 per year and up to 60*^^ in less 
developed areas 

► Exemptions and deferments of customs duty' 
on all imports of machiner\\ plant, equipment 
and other materials for forei^ investment 
projects. 

Also of interest to you may be the Istanbul 
Chamber of Commerce's bi annual Economic 
Repon on Turkey. Just send in the coupon. 

If you have specific questions or need 
contacts within theTurkish business 
community, 
we are also 
at your 

service. Istanbul Chamber of Commerce 




ICOC 


Td; T?)e Scerrary Gcncnl, ( iTO ) Isunbul Chamber of 
Commerce, EminOna. Isunbid-TUrkcy Td:(>)S26621$ 

I'd like 10 knooi' more about fbmign tnvesrment in Turkey, please 
send me, &ee of chaije. ihe fkMicnjocis Indicaied below; 

□ Bmign Capital Regul«ion$( 1984' I?) 

□ Encoucagemeni of Expon ( 19&t ' 19 > 

□ Labor l 2 ws in Turkey I IWSl) 

□ Economii; Repon (November I9U ) 

□journal of the Istanbul Chandjer of CommeKe 1 Quanerfy ) 

TWe 

AAlrPct 


perfluous if one remerabi^ that a 
prisoner and a visitor can only 
communicate telephone ihroum 
a glass partition. During the 
lO-minute viat the prisoner is 
fianked by two guards who unplug 
the plKMie if thm is talk of prison 
conmtions. 

Cells holding 30 persons are 
searched ^oradically. and prison- 
ers wbo refuse lo evacuate them are 
beatetL 

A former prisoner recounted 
how his fdlow inniates, two smug- 
^ers, accused each other of cow- 
ardice under torture. "You 
squealed after three minutes; I only 
stoned afier five minutes," one at 
themboasted- 

A prominent pubUsher, who was 
impnson^ earber. said that bmu- 
ings and lornire were so much part 
of prison routine in the 1970s that 
prison staff became immune to 
their 9gni£cance. 

After be had been beaten on the 
soles (rf his feet, be was taken to the 
coloael's office to sign a confes- 
sion, be said. “As we sat down his 
foot nud^ mme acddeatally." he 
recalled. “ ‘Sorry,’ he said immedi- 
ately, quite unaware how ridiculous 
su^ an apolo^ was after what had 
just been done to me.” 

The evidence gainst “Commu- 
nists" is often a little far-fetched. 
One was jailed for three years 


eluded former government minis- an<i 
ters, ambassadors, the wife aS an thdr 



Sar%ai.Spa 

Keban Dam, Turku’s iimst l^droelectric coniplex. 
The gOTenunent is semig shares in the project 


arrest 

(there is no habeas corpus) was 
reduced from 45 to 30 davs, and a 
law allows those unlawfully arrest- 
ed to be indemnified. More than 
1,000 trade union members of the. 
proscribed Confederation ct Pro- 
gressive Trade Unions (DISK) 
were released from jail. 

SiHiietimes, a ray of beams 
through the ol restrictions. 

On May IS. at the Thnbay 
1^ in central Ankara, an exhibi- 
-don of 90 paintings attracted ar^ 
unusally large number of presn 
w4u> 0^ in from all over tbe coun- ' 
try. Not many ionmed the crayon 
paintings on exhimL Most came to 
dononstiate thdr solidarity with 
thc painter Orhan Tayl^ a mem- 
ber of the Peace Association. w4k) is 
still bdng hdd in Istanbul’s S^- 
maldlar dvilian prison. 

Surprisingly. Mr. TayUn, 45 
years dd, who during bis trial said 
that he bra tenured, was not 
only allowed to paint but fais wife 
ooidd also take his paintings away 
and cuganize an exhibititm. 

The most damonms of recent . 
trials has been that of the 28 Pe^ 
Association members, aO intdlec- 
tuals, accused of ^reading Cbm- . 
munist pn^Kganda. 

Sentokced to terms ranging from 
five to d^ years, all tHit six of the 
ac cu se d nave been released, pend- 
ingretiiaL 

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'rrilln IT 


A SPECIAL REPORT ON TURKEY 




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. , ISTANBUL win be a 

|| dpculiyearXorlbilEey’ssQbil^ 
f program ot Jan. H ' ^ 980 . 
vpidi centers on two kw issoes: 
ii^atioQ and exports. Oitics, how- 

' eto, alihfmgh yyqrting theimptM^ 
tf^ice of two iwBifta; tlwng Tit 
problems a*** as- growdi, TtUgfTV 
plcqrment and inorane.tSstnbotioa 
were objected. 

program was soco^fnl in 
mcreasng eraorts^ wbfdi rose fran 
SZ.9 bmioQ m 1980 to $4.7 hiffinn 
id 1981 and SS.7 WSoa jn 198Z 
They remained steady diroiigh 
and TOW to ^3 unionim 
^84. Tbe target for 19S was stt at' 
mJ bflBaa, bat firstHpmter fig-, 
ores are not proiniang at alL 
Even if this tazget s'adueved, 
trade defidtwinieach $2.6 lal- 
— 1 and thecmrat-acooimt deficit 
wffl be SU'bflIiQin. Tbe'd^ bnr- 
dim is cacpecl^'tb drc^ $33 tal- 
hmi ($1.9 binioa aiid$L4bi!SoaxD 
ihtoest). 


above 16 Hie introductioo 

alt the vatDoadded tax in Januan 
poshed the rate up. Ba^ food- 
stu^ wjbidi an 1 ^ ooveied by the 
valne^edded tax, are to be incuded 
in the summeTt whidb’wiD send tte 
. mfladon rale up 'even xnoie. 

In die deputy pQ™! muds- 
ter add that year's inflatiOB 
rate win be than last year's,** 

indirect^ IwntiT^ that the target 
has bii^ rev&ed. 


TIm» ramp gtTf faiflarinn k hmtin g 




K.- 




t/lafladon, to^ has been wcssro- 
ing. FoQowing the 19^ pnoe in- 
creases — almost 100 percent — 





fMmtion 


i982 

apd 31 percent in 19U. In 1984^ it 
readieaS2peroea^ socpassingtbe 
_ __ tazsetof2SperDentsetfortheyBar. 

s , ^Thetargetfor 1985. was agm set 
Vt2S percat, tlm devdopntmts 


of the first monllis moved t& to be 
Tlieral 


highly unreaiisdc. Tlie rate fte die 
first four was already 


• -"■s: 7%e HrAer u on ossociatt .pro/hs- 

, V sor of eeonondcs and^ 

, ' -=‘^>r.rr!- tailjumbufUahenity. 


wbe heavily reduced at the ousel 
of the stabmzatioix program. Last 
year, the average real wage was less 
than half <rf inat.of 197/. Hie new 
goveniinehr.has' Imsted the eco- 
nmucand^ticalsttoigth oflhe 
uBoas, suiqF'-unicsn^ b^eve, 
that under die pce^ k^sladon a 
sufte ^ not oe to die advantage 
of AeworiucL CSril servants, too, 
who haveno rqneseotative mgani- 
zatj^ -Jiave abo suffered hrovy 
los^ in real mcome: 

The stabilization pim^ram is 
basedoalowred mges, higb inter- 
est rates and condnuons deviiiia- 
iksL-IEghiinBrest rates and eiqwn- 
siye inqKnls have poshed'iq) die 
costs in manufactniiiig.iiidnstries. 

High intqiMtratet for &pngts and 
die ineffidency the bfmldng sys- 
tem make cremt. expense^ Never- 
thdess, faUhig'xed. wages and ogt- 
lopoli^ madsls with mark-up 
pacing have produced Ingh profits. 

' AWiriig ti ' the government has 
bea ^csesUmg inflation as one (rf 
the most, important economic 
proUems,-mie might rosSy cen- 
dode thai'the anti-inflationaiy 
monetary pcfey is not every deter- 

fiiinati arno 



Transport System Reyamped for Transit Trade 


By Nick Terdre 


ISTANBUL — TUAct is in the 
grip of transit-trade fever. The 


country’s transport systm is now 

Undersoins a wmlriminiftruHnUar 


Export cargo bemg loaded fbe Port ttf Izmir. 


A maior contribotonr factor to 
the high IS the oodg^ def- 

icits, caused by insoffident tax rev- 
enues. In the 1970$ risng real in- 
comes and inflatiott poshed 
tarqpai^ into higher bzadre^ in 
the 198(^ tax dana en were intro- 
dneed, aimed at imidiig the con- 
tributions of certain sections, 
mainly busmess entmpiises and 
cqntiuist investments! Int^tives 
for investments and exports were 
also extended. Taxm for wotkers 
and cfv3 servants were lowered as 
wefl, bu this was cembined wiib 

high mflariftn ftrol fittle OT OO illr 

crease in gross incomes. 

Hie decie^ in real value of tax 
revenue Barits gpvetnnient eicpea- 
ditures cm tfaie one hand and in- 


botxQiwmg on the other. PabBo-seo- 
tor bonowing is increased thibi^ 
govemmetu bond^ TVeas^ b& 
and “ r e v eo u e-diaAig ceniDcale^ 
of certaia inftasiruuture invest- 
ments or divertriig an mcreasiiig 
diare of central bank credits to the 
public sector. All of these factors 
o wi p ete with dwnandg hom the 
private sector and podh the interest 
rate up. 


overhaul dsigoed to pioride a 
id, efndeni and econmDical senice 
f<x goods en route fK» east to west 
Rud vice versa. 

With its strate^c location link- 
ing Eun^ arid Asia, TUzkey has 
always been an importani trade 
route between die two continents. 
Li recent times, howew, a dedme 
in investment in transport and lack 
of busmess initiairve have rdegated 
the transit sector to a wwiginai 
tivity. 

In a few short years the war be- 
tween Iran and &u] has twanged 
all that, setting in motiem a transit- 
tiade bonanza that has played an 
huportant nde in the counhys eco- 
nomic resurgence. Treasury 
sources say that transit trade fig- 
ures are coofidentiaL Nit one lea^ 
mg trucker estimates 1984earnipgs 
at about $800 w»Uir« fw a volume 
in excess of 10 mOHcm tons. 

But having eaii^t the hi^ the 
government now has wider amN- 
tions. When Iran and Iraq finally 
put down their weqxms, Ankara 
inteods to have established its 
daim as a major trade route for 


eastbound goods to the whole of 
the hfiddle East, as well as west- 
bound traffic for Europe, North 
Africa and the Americas. 

On his visit to the United States 
in April Prime Minister Toi^l 
Ozal strmsedTiifkey*spoteQtiaras 
a transit point for American goods 
to the Middle E^L Hie count^s 
poBdcal sta ^9 in a cmflict-nd- 
doi rqgion is one of its leading 
anractions. 

Meanwhile the govenunent is 
keen to add another riice of iranat 
business to its books wfih the de- 
vdopment ol a series of free-trade 
zones. 


The boom really took in 


1980. As Iraq’s — and many of 
unsafe or 


Iran's — ports became 
unusable, both Tdiran and Bagh- 
dad b^an to lodt increasingly to 
TUik^ as the route to ihdr vital 
hirports and exports. 

Goods of neaiiy aO lands — but 
not annamais, v^ch are banned 
— have crossed Tiifkqf*s easton 
borders, frmn masave sfaqiments of 
construction and prtgect material 
to bulk grain and other foodstuffs, 
timber, medical suppUes and so on. 
Meanwhile, vast quantities of 
crude oil and products have bea 
eiqiortedfromuiei 
Turkey. 


I two countries via 


Turkey, however, was Ol-pie- 
pared to the huge volume of busi- 
ness thrust upon iL Pons becanm 
congested, ro^ ciumUed and the 
railroad’s rolling stock proved in- 
adequate. 

Fearful of losii^ the gplden ^ 
so neariy in its grasp, the govem- 
menl diw op a lO-year transport 
master plan, and with the encour- 
agement of the World set 
about organizing the mastive in- 
vestment effort reriuired to mod- 
ernize and expand the country's 
facilities. 

The system is now workjng much 
mme smoothly. In the main transit 
trade piorts—Merrin andlAcnd^ 
ran on the Mediterranean coast, 
and Sanisun,Habzraand on 
the Black ^ — new cargo-han- 
dling equipment, pr^cul^ to 
containers, has \3eea instpiieri, new 
berths built and sion^ areas ex- 
panded. 

The rail system is being upgrad- 
ed and modernized, wiu double 
tracking. dectriCcation and new 
signaling equipmenL The rolling 
stodc is bdng expanded and re- 
newed, not just by purcharing fr^ 
foreign suppliers, but to an incceas- 
ing extent^ building under license 
in the ramoad authoii^s own 
wmkshops. 


Key sections of the highway sys- 
tern are also being upgrad^ A 
SSSl-million contract was awarded 
in April to a Jqianese-led collSO^ 
tium to build a second toad bridge 
ovff the Bosporus, as part of a pim 
to insiaO 400 Idloineters (248 nutes) 
of motorway on the main trunk 
route from the wesL 
New regulations on companies' 
iwinimiTin haiii^gg e^jacity havc 
helped to put the truckiim sector 
onto a more stable bMiit 
procedures at tbe brokers and in 
the ports have been simplified and 
streamlined. 


Ir^ depends partioilarly on the 
TUrkiro route, which carries virtu- 


ally an its oQ siupments. A con- 
struction tender has bem for 
a second crude pipeline, with a 
capacity of 35 milli on tons a year, 
from I^’s Kirkuk fields to the 
CejAian lernniial on Turkey's Med- 
iterranean coast. Tbe first pipdine 
was recently boosted to cany SO 
million tons. 


Iran is also interested in expand- 


ing its iMd sl^ments of crude 


through Black &a pons. It has 
been expeiimenung mtii plastic ii> 
flaiable tanks thu can be mounted 
on trailers — thus supplying a 
cargo for trucks that generally re- 
turn empty. 


Another aspect of tiw Fcsrot 
eamomic program is tbe pricizig 
thesta] 


Foreign lavestment Has Green Li^t, but With Caution 


ci the state enter- 

prises. These concenis are gradual- 
ly puriied into cooqiethive market 
conditioos. but their profaqtivigr is 
stiD generally low, and in order to 
avoid losses, they fiequenily raise 
pricesL 




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V.' "i • 


dhncethatHnk^m 198S and 1986' 

srin manaa p fO tbc Bon’S 

^tain rtf $20-mI&{III fmeigii 
%ibL The ddit 'was rescheduled 
over seven years in 1979 after the 
cdimtiy, to the third conseentive 
year, I^ failed to mto Its ccnamil- 
ipents. 



^'Ahbcmgh tbe 1987 export toe-, 
ckst is to $8.7 MIlioD, ai|>oits over 
tike last two ffloaths' tore declined. 

p h en o menon explained by the* 
pidual pbaamg pUt Ol OqXHt- 
-Giaked tax rdmt^ vdndt pronqit- 
e8 maity cooqlanies to iiiQaie ttoir 
invoices last year. 


can be reached, but the dqmty 
enior of tiie central bank, Zekeri^n 
YBdicim. £e^ thal tbe fignre is 
feasible if mie takes into consider- 
etioD the nqndly growing transit 
tradetoHnxey'snewtradngpart- 
nem in the Kfi^e Ea^ partio^- 

ly Iraq and Tntn 

On pqier die futnre lodes a 
healtl^. exp(M>4nakiDg c^»dty of 
37 peroem of the ford^ <&bt, 
whim increased 42peroeot over 
the last five years wtile revenue 
increased 1:^ 43 perceoL 


coi^umies and private banks 
tvily involved in Middle East 
trade, vnfawnlMliQr is Ix^ bm 

gtamina may hft 

Lztiye is badly behind in the re- 
payments of S3 NBioa worth of 
amtracts. 


But tto 

headadie at die moment is to satis- 
fy the International Monetary 
Fund, amdous about the boi^ 
defidi and eager to see a stop to 
further investmccrt loans and a curb 
oainflaikaL 


reserves were 


loo; today, they 
— $3Jba- 



Many ecoodonsts are Aqmcal 
r frat the alltoportant esqxxt target 


In 1979, 
down to 

amount to $15 l^ca 
Ikn if one m chid es the vahie of 
gold m the central bank. 

Wtdi of the fledgling ex- 


. The foiid has recommended that 
Turkey this year Binit its borrowing 
to .the SS(X)-imIlion l^biid loan 
signed in Aprfl. Raised by the cen- 
tral bank as a mnl^le purpose 
loan, it was underwntten by the 


United States. Twenty foreign 
banks, along with one Tmdrii, par- 
ticqiated. 

At the same time the prime min- 
ister said his govenunent did not 
•intend to jettismi or deh^ any ai 
Turieey’s magor devdopmeot pro- 
jeets.HiesemdndetheAtsnnikhy- 
droeIecti3cdam,theseoraidBaqx>- 
ras bridge, a ffiicilear plant and the 
Istani^Ankara nol and road pro- 
jecL- 

There is httie doobt thal Mr. 
OzaTs lefonns have ushered in an 
era of gennine oqionsioa and given 
Torirey a good credit rating on the 
mternatiraial miHietyy markets. In 
the end, however, his strat^ wQI 
be jutted by his country's ahD% to 
meet its heavy dd>t-seividiig com- 
nntmems in 1SI85 and I98& 


By David Tonge 

ISTANBUL — A sieiimg cere- 
mony in Istanbul in mid-May con- 
firmed to tbe government ofnime 
kfinisterHitgul Ozal that two of its 
eoooomicxxwes vrere be ginning 
to pay 0 ^ tbe encouragement of 
foieiga investment and tto opeoij^ 
to tbe Arab w^d. 

Alc^ with Mr. Ozal offidals at 
Ttmitia and of Kuwait’s Petndeum 
and Indtiaiy KGnistty came to- 
gether to seal a plan to build Tur- 
key’s badly neetod fonrth fertilizer 
conmlex, a $230-iid]liQa venture. 

Not surpr^ogly, the ^ivern- 
ment has Hnicwt tbeinvestment 
Arab wBcies together. Resnlts so 
far indude agreement with Kuwait 
and Saudi /^abia to set i^ joint- 
stock investment ermpamrs with 
nominal c^tals ol r^wetivdy, 
$100 imllioa and $150 unuioa. Tvro 
Arab finaocing institutions have 
opened their doors in toanbnl 

Tbe rovemment has also turned 
to the West and Jiman. 

The overall resiuts at the most 
detetnuned effort in this century to 


opm Hiikey to outride c^tal are 
limited. In 19^ the Foreiga 
Investment Department of the 
Sinti- Planning OigimxzaticMi ap- 
proved $271 itiiTlinn of new invest- 
ments but the actual foreign-coi- 
tal inflow was around S 1 1 3 million. 
Hus year, the government is ex- 
$150 nuUion, a smaD 


for digital telecommunications, 
which require the companies to at- 


tract foreign investment to Turkey. 
/ Mr. Kito 


cur- 


iction of Hukey’s expected c 

“ offe.7bniion. 




The writer is director of Intam- 
timal Business Services, a consuh- 
ing firm /or foreiffi oivesrorr and 
traders in Turhy. 


rent-accoont deficit of 

Many Turks are surprised that 
tbe pace at such mvestmeni is not 
quitW. Foreign trade nnssuns 
regularljr virit Istanbul Ankara 
ai^ Jmnr Hie outcT o^e of Ke- 
mal Kilic, head of the ForeigD In- 
vestment D^iartmenl is full of in- 
vestors sed^ his siqiport, vriiich 
is readily ^ven. 

Viating burinessmen say they 
are inmimsed 1^ what th^ see; 
Tuikey K rich resource base, pi^c- 
ularly in agricnlture and tourism; 
the solid domestic market r^te- 
sented by a population of 49 mil- 
lion; the coanttys convenient kxa- 
don for eiqiorting to the Mid<Be 
East; the cntr^nenoirial attitude 
d Turkish business; the cotmliy's 
pditical stataBty, a^ the prrHii- 

AIso^etc are the results expea- 
ed from the deals rigned with Gen- 
eral Dynamics, forf-16s, and ITT, 


AO this e^Iains vdiy 

insists that investment is about to 
enter a takeoff pjsriod. Yet, the fact 
is that bead-onice perceptions of 
Tuikqy have been tal^ time to 
diange, particularly during a peri- 
od When Third Wmd investments 
as a whde have been under surval- 
lanoe. Also, there are several prob- 
lems that invesuxs stiO have to 
face. 

The main problems ^ring from 
the slate of the economy — infla- 
tion of aroond SO peceni, tto 
matching depredation of tbeHnk- 
ish lira and mterest costs for nor- 
mal bank credit of a mrnimmn 
70 pooent to 75 peroenL Hiere is 
an addirinoai problem if, as has 
been the case to foreiga banks, 
foreign c^tal has to be converted 
into Tloifci^ Bra. 

Paralld with this runs tbe key 
question of fining the right local 
partner, who wifi matdi m^agwial 
skills with available capital 

Hiis said, the serious investor 
Who can offer not only tecImoliOOT 
and funds but also marlffftrngslfiife 
eqpo^y in the case of an oqxiri- 
oriented or tourist project, is guar- 
anteed a warm wdcome. 


Procedural matters are rdativdy 
simple. The fmdgn investor ap- 
* plies to tto Foreign Investment D^ 
partment for a permiL At the same 
lime, he can apply to a docuiirat 
emitBng him to a wide range of 
investment incentives. 


Exports on a Downturn 
After 5-Year Increase 


ISTANBUL — One Of the pfl- 
lars of tbe ecoamnic plan adopted 
in January 1980 vras to increase 
^>orts to provide Tuikqr with 
badly needM foreign currency. 
Aided by a rational exchang^rate 
poUcQr, subridized credits, tax ex- 
enptrons and rdiates, exports rose 
from $236 bflBon in 19^ to $73 
fafiBoain 1984 

Hns year, however, tto rituation 
has diAna ed According to the 
State Statotkal Institute, esqwits 
in Fdiruary 1985 were 17.5 percent 
down from Fdntuuy and 25.8 


percent from Janua^ 1985. 
Coatractiop wedd tra^ the rise 


of ptotectiom^ the saturation of 
T\i^eys traditional export mar- 
kets a^ a stremger doDar h^ con- 
tributed to the downturn. 






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Start at the top 


when choosing aTuikish bank 




The Bank is i§ Bank 
Ask any leading bank or 
corporation in the world and 
they.will tell you: 1§ Bank is by 
to the strongest bank in the 
private sector and by any 
measure Turkey’s leading 
commercial and industriS 
mvestmerit bank 

They will point to I§ Bank’s 
paid-up capital and reserves (the highest) 



and 1§ Bank’s experience and volume of 


foreign business — the widest and largest 

make 


{Bank also tos 
mottboncheSkat 
home and abtoMl 
anal 0(901 


as foreign currency inflow figures 
clear. 

i§ Bank has been in business since 
1924 when the young Republic was 
largely without banks and with no 
industrial base. Tlie Bank shouldered 
the task of providing sound banking for 
the economic development of Turkey. 
This meant loans, equity participations, 


with 1§ Bank helping set up v^4iol e 
industries over the years 
and today owning equity 
in well over a hundred 
blue-chip companies. 

Business in Turkey 
means i§ Bank, your 
knowledgeable inter- 



Coaqjuter-lbiked Ibrall opcHianswlth 


national banker will teU 


you. Every published 
figure confirms it. 


fiofrigpdqsanniea Istheta^to, faBRcHes 
Ae mos buefawss (and even Idod) and 
bas tobigM number (10%) of 
coneapoodm banks. Kning outgromn 
Us fcftor qanoa, the fiiRlgn bM office 

in isanbul a nomr in new piemises. 



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AnidBi 'fiiricey 

Htod Office^ 

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Tlx: 181481 Bdibd 


Bandira in the 

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ito 57123 tub Ik 


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A SPECIAL REPORT ON TURKEY 


Opposition Parties Develop in a 

A JT ... , Tic True Path li ■ L - 



ANKARA — In' the Ian two 
yean, a onique pditical sitoation 
has emer^ in whoe die 
governing party does not redly 
face any o^oatiMi m psriiament 
and the majn GpDOadtA 
r emain omridit mytiamiwt 

The generals vdko had run Uw 
country Erom 1980 to 1983 set up 
an elaborate system of dedding 
who was goii^ to be alioved to run 
in the first ttnerai decdotts (tf No- 
vemba 1983. As a result, only three 
parties, the hfothecland Pai^, the 
Nadooaiist Demeera^ Pany and 
Uw Populist ParQr succeeded in get- 
ting peisnsaon to mn ca ndufates- 

However, the results at local 
elecdODS h^ only half a year latec, 
in March 1984, presented a vay 
differsit picture than die oatcome 
ol the penoai Sections. Wuk die 
SovemxQg parw was sdU the dear 
and undi^ptitea winner, the opposh 







ntcwed to be almost noneostent. who 

oppositioii party be- for 10 vears by die 

ca^t£»c3WraoyP^^ SSiSaS tSeJTNIr Of- 
j23.4!Hca.toftteJ^fe oi.lv as "iIk 

r, Eidd honn, bad been ve- 


toed ^lier by the geoe^ Mr 
f ho*^g h a newcomer tt active pwi" 
tics, laonu has oevettiidflSS 
spent a detune behind the scenes, 
me is the son of Attcuik's succe^ 
sor, Inoan.) The True Path 


mird, mentioned only 


prowd 
oftheparty. . 

On the let 
noiinced that a 
Democratic 


has been m- 
ip called the 
:y is gpini w 
Aug. Iv. 



sition parft, widi its tei^iwaiy Tiis par ty ^ pnme 

leader.^^rim Awi capturing 

aroundlSperccBtofthe^. for 10 

Devdopments since the local also temw wm pou 
decrioos are a dear sign that, con- 3*?** su- 

STdtcoppositkSrcwntsare 






Ozal and the Peaty: 
Shewing of an Ideology 


ANKARA — To atianpt an 
evaluarion of the Mothedand Party 
government is to attest a pei^- 
a! evaluatioo of P ria ae Mmister 
Tuz^t Oz^ Tiis is not finely 


and "gkeri lobe 
wasvriiat 
The seconVi crisis alM 
from within Mr. Ozal's i 


— which 


OzaL _ ^ . 

laicmfl a bribe from a shipping 
magnate and was aidxd to resign by 
the prime minister at the bq^pning 
oCUms year. Mr. OBto|M‘r resigned. 


„ . - _ . aide. This one involwd the 34- 

becaise Mr. Ozal is the kader a yeax^d minister of state, Izmail 

the party and bend of die ^jveny - - - a,— »*_ 

ment bin becansefewTbdashpdi- 
tidans have dnminatfttt rhrir party 
and government in the w«nm»r tx 
Mr. for quite some tune. 

ICs <tnminanfle is imdeistand- 
abte. The mliu Motheilaxid ParQr 
is his creatksL The idea was his, the 
ideology is hir. once he received 
pamissioo bom the DnHcary nileis 
10 fonn a party In the spring of 
1983, he haeidfsdeed not only the 
apper-eebelQa cadres but also the 
local leaders. 

The pool from e/txh he made 
the selections was rather small: 
many poijticiaiis 

been banned bom politics, others 
been indmidated, still others 
Many conservatives 


leader. , . l 

In a recent internew w* 
IntematioDal Herald Tribu^ 
Ecevit said that what mate the 
new parw different from other 
dal Siocratic parties is ite ou 
party is bong founded by the pe^ 
pie ihemsdvm*' rather than by i»i- 
Xddans. Mis. Ecevit claimed that 
there were already more than 
403)00 pecgile around the country 
ntnrlring fOT thc pafQf. S*® 3150 

sp ess ed that the party wants to 
draw a distinct line between it a^ 
-^-y j V. other elements of the left in the 

; liked and trusted by Mr. coansry ** to ensure th^ do not 
.OadaglmwasacQ^ of infatr^ our ranks.” 

While it is too early to predict the 
reactkni tiie former notary 

ers to the indirect appearsuccs of 

but beta bmiplodim Ids iimo- 

saying he vrasffamed for pohtical Uncial 


jate 


bribe-taking aoeusation has been 
invest^gaieo by a parliamentary 
oomniittee and was sent by die Na- 
tional Amembly u> the Suprentt 
Court for iniDeachmcnt 


social democraDc potential in the 
oountry.” 

Both of the parties seek monber- 
sfaq) in the Socialist International 


in^ Mr. Ozal could snffer fftm once die new party is founded 
dam^ should Mr. Ozdaglar be is August, the pwtira arena U 


AiD 


NEWS ANALYSIS 

preferred to throw in thar lot with 
the NatioiaM Democracy Party, 
then the favorite of the mifitaty. 

Others, under instxnctioDs from 
former Prime Mmister Sileyman 
Demird, deeded to wait out for a 
while. Qqrfy, Mr. Ozal could not 
be very ptd^. He used his past 
connections and persua^ po wers 
to forge a brand new politicm parQr 
in a matter of a few wedts. 

Asa result, some old-timers have 
coiueinptttouriy called his pa^ 

“the third of the Tuitiw 
right.*' Mr. Ozal disagrees. First. 

he il»»nk* h« faatm hi not sn 
bad; secmidly, because beloeOus 

thc “ri^ttisT labd- He has been _ 

arguing for the last iw yeai^lhat quite smooddy widi the genoals a 
such labels as ''righiist-leFiist are dior wsmmmn hiw ttnn until hi 
ootdated and that his par^ is the 
livisg CTamp le oS pCppie f(^ 0 «^ 
supposedly cannicting ideologies, 
peicefully coexisting u^ether. He 
has called them the Tour tendoi- 


Bcquitted. 

Political pundits esqiected the 
prime minister to have sokus 
problems with Piesideni Kenan 
bvreotwiiosetennejqmln 1989. 
These were unfound- 

ed. Everymm in Asakan knew 
from the beginiimg that the success 
of the transitional ^tean that was 
set up by the militaty depended 
upon the idationshi^ between 
resident Evteai and Pnine hfims- 
ta OzaL Mr. Evien, as the feader of 
the coup, has the foil suppmt 
of the militaty, in addition to nold- 
ing expanded constitutional pow- 
ers. Mr. Ozal on the otiier hand, 
has emezged from the ballot box. 
Both meo are popular with the 
crowds, tho^ in Cerent w^: if 
Mr. Evtbi is a feared and rewttl 
fad^ Sgnie, Mr. Ozal is more like 
a bdoved-mi^ fignm 

The fri-ninhdiip has had its 
rot^ mooieats. Mr. Ozal woiM 


bound to get hotter. The Social 
DcDiDCiacy I^rQr. meanwhile, has 
called on foe Pc^ulist Party in par- 
liament for a meigier. The question 
win be taieeo up at the Populist 
Pai^s coi^tess. 

However, most cf these devefop- 
menis in tte o^zoation are taking 
{dace without public oposuie be- 
cause of the RStrictions of the 1982 
constitution. Tlie state-controUed 
radio and tdeviaon ban polttical 
parties that are not lepremted in 

paritamenf fiQm piCmting ihOI 

views. 

Par^ coop e ration with workers' 
indicates or with professkmal as- 
sociations are also banned by the 
constitution. These testiictiotts are 
seen as malmqt it eqiecialb' dilE- 



Advertisang for Ae BHh 
jor for^D pid)6cntton$; 
at n kiosk in IstaiM. 


cult for soQol democratic par^ |o 
establish a sound base. 

Pdhkal observers in Ankara 
fieve that the fonber division of ^ 
kft plus the emefBence of a scoog 
setxM cooservaDve party means 
that the win be m power for 
some time to coox. 

-- MUSTAFA R.GU1K^ 


dfis” — nxaniBg the rdi^oQS light, 
the nationalistic right the center 
and the left-of-center. 

De^te Mr. Ozal's exhonarious 
to the contrary, there was some 
jodceying feu supremai? among at 
least two d the four tendeodes — 
the rdi^ous and the nationalistic 
factions — until the party congress 
early this year. Mr. Ozal denied the 
edstence of any sectarian stiu^ 
imriT the last moment, but 
threw hts wo^ on the side of the 
mare moderate etaDents and at the 
expense of the ultra-nationalists. 

There were sesne cries of anga, but 
things have been calm ever anen 
Heocn it would be an exagger^ 
non to ^xak of an intenial o^xd- 
tion to Mr. Ozal within the govern- 
ment or the parft. One hears 
occasional grumbtes, enxdBlly 
while be is on one of his uetraeni 
foreign u^s, but once Mr. Ozal 
sets foot in Ankara all returns to 
DonmU. Mr. Cfaa! has a great deal 
of confidence in his powers of pff- 
suasion, and where tiiese fad 
be does not dty awn 
ingro other oxens."' 
a Ughly re s p ecte d 
parhaineat and sister of Vural Ari- 
ican fmmer minis ter of Rnanc^ (fo tbewfaole,Mr. Ozzdbasimda 
was eqidled from the pax^ for rdativdyeasytitneasprimeminiS' 
making critical remarks to the press tm. The paihamentaiy qipoatiem 
about a hi^rankhig pat^ amnin- has been weak and deoaoialized; 
istzaior. Her broths, once a power- the extrapartiamentaiy (^position 
M and popular figure in^the party has lacked the means to make iis 
and a close assodale to the prime voice bwd; the labor muons have 
minister, found hmaetf aii^tad been in disarray, (he untvetsities 
Erom the par^ leadaship and he sikait, the press timid and apditi- 
eveatuaOy reagoed in May. caL The sense of istumdatira re- 
Over tne past 18 months;, Mr. suiting bom years of tmbnleace 
Ozal's tightly run govenuoBZt has has peiristed. As the solitieis grad- 
been thakm by two crises. In the ually witiidrew into th^ barracks, 
first case, Mr. AzOran publk^ ao- Mr. Ozal has found more elbow 
cus^ the mhuster of interior, Ali room in whidi to exetdse lus au- 
Tanriyar, who is also Mr. OzaTs tbority. b the process, he has be- 
tnother-in-law, of partialis in a gun to look lem and kss like the 
invesU^UioiL The econooiics minister of a military 
problem could not be hurixd up. In uiveniment and more and more 
the Mr. Ozai asked for the uke the beat 
reigoatioas of both. hfr. Tanriyar nxnt _ 

complied, but 1^. Arikan tefosed ^ MUSTAFA R. GURSEL 


as 
his 

resignation in 1982. His was one of 
the three parties allowed to take 
part in the geoeraJ electiona, 
though not the gpunls* favorite. 
This was no secret Two days be- 
fore the voting Mr. Evren made an 
nneqxcted radio and tdevisiaD 
speedi, and in essence; arited the 
vraezs to disregard Mr. QzaTs 
proonses and cast ihrir votes lor 
dx Nationalist Decxxnqy P; 

(rf Ibigut Sunalp, a retired gem 
Neverthdess. Mr. Ozal won by a 
large mat^ 

Mr. Ozal and the pzcadent em- 
braced at the pieaoential palace 
after Mr. Dial's coovmciag victoiy, 
and Mr. Evrm asked Mr. Ozal to 
form the new govenimenL Duimg 
the first few un^ mmiths every- 
one looked for signs a rift Tb^ 
were disapponnt^ 

Mr. said his idationship 
with the preadent is agood one. Me 
praises Mr. Evren for (he careful 
way m which he exerdses his ooo- 
stitutional authority. Mr. Evren's 
views on the issue are not known. It 
is true however that there have 
been no vuible strains between tix 
two over the past 18 maoths, partly 
because tbqr ooocur on many mat- 



Anlntj&i^ewWWidw Prime Mnis^ 


{Omtiaaeiftm'Pa^T) 

Q. In your cao^^ platfonn 
yott prootised to G^t inllatioa and 
the eroaiHi of real eantings. Not 
much progress has been made in 
this area. Does this not promote the 
danger of sodal unresn 

A. I am a prime mimster dose to 
the people, i know their situation. 
Thmgs hm dianged in Turkey. 
Qothmg has r-fiangett. cities are 
cleaner, people are sioQxag, the 
shops are there is no scasdQT of 

any item available in Europe. Five 
yeais ago this not so. 

It is true that inOatioo has 


come more difficult than we had 
originally estimated. From the 
miAng St last year there was a 
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by the ednuany. this year, I esti- 
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35 peroeat O' wbieb is quite an 
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T ‘ ISTANBUL ^ If Ht is indwid s 
I xn ed i u i n of universal ivwnwinnM«g- 
. tion, Ttailwy htt been at its xeoeiv^ 
mg cfld for a thna 

' plays, fihns and other vodcs of art 
. produced in the have usually 

' made dieir into Tudc^ quic^- 
I ly- Veiy little^ oa dte other nand, 
. n»enie in tlu opposite direction. 
I laere are signs ftar this imbat 
^ *ance^^ bedtai^Bg. Aiuunbtf 
' - iof Tbikish artists haw mattf? SDi> 

,'CB 8 sfulincniSK»s into Western ter- 

K .'ritoiy. lYnks are being nmiced aa- 
.artists. 

' In tins process, a cmumgent of 
Ulymmg fim-mafcerft.MT l^Hitig the 
■:v^. The mmiigi poin^p^aps, 

' was a film scdpted a^em- 

led hy the late YBmaz Gunn and 
isfaot fay his. dis^l^ Serif Goten. 

shared- the^to pi™ with 
'“hfissin^biy Co^-Gavias at die 
Omncat nhn Festival in 1982 and 
,put Tbddril rfnemM qq fiiQ hi m 
- ever anc^ pii'/e^ and.accdades 
jhave been accnnmlaiing. - 

- Erden Brat^ “ HaMcarT Hg Wr 

^ .'Mevsiin** Season in Hakkatj) 

- 4 ;.. , won the SKOod prize at' the Berlin 

:: ■. '.Him Festival in 1983, and TaA 
‘ ^ .. 'V'^gjAkan, the actor ^jed the 
of ^ tr^ic hero^vidim- m 
*. ! “Yol,” was leccimzed this year in 
‘f-*’ ; Beriin uith a g)ecial award for his - 
: iro)Bm'?difivan*’nheWrestl^ 
^ M } According to AiQlaDof^,fibi 

leritic of the newspaper Cmihur- 
!iyet, there are jtrjbngpaidldsbe-- 
/ ''^^1 'tween tite recent Western interest 
Bf * jin Latin y^nerican and 

7 ^; . - -.«JB , itheincreastrarecogoitioaofibik- 
'i'^Kr 1 !i^aiMnu*tiiehtitcr also presents. 

Western audiences a'la^ of 

M amt -rfiarar^^f^ ■ 

• s : I unhke the overwoded themes and 

. -f ( <characters found at hmne. 

W. ^ • Bmitsattcaetionisnotlmiitedto 

' iits exotic material. These films as- 

: ^^lyu -toflish people- with their scope; 

dq^ sndi harrii oontradio- 

itions — feudalism versus ca^tal- 

' .isBo, dxy veisns com^, Easton 

r --’ .oM;;;?! puii^ ;cultnreversnsWesteQicultnre,seo- 
inlarontkx^versns Iriannc faith— 

_ ‘aUmtesmimgleda^fightiagitoDt 

to one sodety,*’ Mr. Donay says. 

. i. The same deuients may account 

. . -.i ' 'for novdist Yashar KetnaTs stngiir 
.-.r .i JarsttccessmtheWestFourteenof 
... '.T ■ tax hnrtlcs have been tT imdBtBil mtn 

. ']]other laogpa^ and his dtree-volr 
; ■ imoB saga, ** 110 ^ My Hairic," has 
' ' > •*.. 1 'tqq>eared in 33 langnagcs. lifr. Ke* 

... 'inaTs most attractive feature jftt 

'i!'i io- high^ industrialized 


ebuntdes wsiy be Ins sensitinty to 
nature and tnii enviiomiKiit. 

He ays'lb^ while most other 
•noveSwts k>oh;al nature mere^ as 
deem, ‘Tfatme has always been 

. ime of .flW p i iiieipal dunUCten. 1 

m 'the' folds fm c 4 iht yeaxs, 
-day in day eni. I know that eadi 
pfain,"'ea (9 flower has a different 
. posttu^.- T tiy. to xieOea this in 
my writing." - ' ' ■ . 

OtiierpiDimneBtTnddsh writers 
(dMn Eemairs jeberadott such as 
icm«J Tdnr, Cutan Remal and 

• Alillai TOwn , iHia ’pnets PmbT Hnfinu 

Daglaxca,' Bifat and Mdih 
Cevdk Aoto.nave'iiot done as 
wdl Tbricey. Tbridsb is a 

' member of the UmBoAltaicfanuly 
of laDguagRS,- inmotdy rdued to 
F nmiA a^ Hiwganan, and nOt 
of the Xado-arpoean f aimly. 
There ais few qniffified translators 
vdK> win take toe time arid tfort to 
rento a cr^oito work of an into 
another Is^ute 

TfaSda Yariiar KemaTs 

wife, is sudi apecson and has made 
tzanslaizhg her berijand's wodr into 
EngfishbervocarioL Aceoidittg to 
Mr. 'Eeowl^ -bad Tlnkish been a 
more acoessibie.langoase, two art- 
ists would have nuuQBd.amoug the 







'nnUsb faunfies at a market in West Beifin. 


ISTANBUL — Nearly a quam 
of a minion Ihridsh Gast^fdier 
have returned home from West 
Gennany ova* the last two years. 
Their return was pimipted mtr 
empl^ment, an increasingly hos- 
tile atmosphtfe and finanoal.in- 
eentives to leave a oonney where 
most had liv^ aid workra ance 
the eaify 1970s. 

A total (rf 1.1 oullion have re- 
turned out of tile 1.4 "Wllinn -who 
set out to make their fcfftimes in the 
seventies, when the West Ger man 
labor market, hungry for woikers, 
'became a new meeca for Tbrics. But 
with incseasing automation in the 
late 1 970s and early 19^ the need 
for unairilleri labcff qnicldy dis^ 
peared. 

This double moveuieni of labor 
has created sodal and economic 
proUems for .both countries, an 
identity crias for most of the mi- 
giant Turks emt > w . rimin)iri«n< qq 

both sides. 

‘The Tknk has deme his du^, the 
Tbzk can With tins tadt motto 
in miiut. West German l^irialots. 


pressured by a growii^ unemploy- 
ment rate, pas^ r^vlatkms that 
made it incieasingly difficult for 
Turks to find re-emplt^nnent once 
‘ tbqr were laid oEL New laws limit- 
ed the age cf famfly memhers vdio 
could jom Turkish wm-kers in West 
Gennany. 

These rules were coupled with 
“go hom^ incentives, sndi as a 
$3,000 bcmus for Ttirics iriio left 
innnediately mice tfa^ were laid 
off. Smu dues evai paid thdr 
moving costs bade to Tuil^. The 
government paid out pendon fund 
contributions, ihoud not the share 
paid in by the enppym Graffiti 
^peared on street ‘Turks 
ool“ 

It was a far ciy frmn the days 
vriiea Turkish workers were wel- 
comed with flowers and brass 
bands. 

But the return of the Gastar- 
bdters was not appreciated at 
home. After all, they had sent an 
average 1 .8 million Eiutsche marks 
(about $590,000) hnne a year, 
which hdped boost foreign cunenr 


cy reserves vital to the servicing of 
Tuikey*s $2)-billioD debt 

And th^ came badt to a labor 
market with five millioD unem- 
ployed and no unemployment 
benefits. They found the same sus- 
pidon that *^u are lal^g away 
jobs" they ud encountered m 
West Germany. 

“In Gennany. 1 was always a 
Ttirk.'* says Alt an Istanbul taxi 
driver vdiO retunied seven mouths 
ago, “now Pm always called ‘the 
German'.” 

Mustafa Kakmli, minister for la- 
bor and soda! services, said eadi 
retumiim woiker costs tiie state 1.5 
mtllioD ura ($3,000) in soda! secu- 


where workers can legally retire af- 
ter 5,000 wodc days, the equivalent 
of 25 woikmg years. 

“We do not import the retura 
policy," the minister said, “but we 
caimot dose our eyes to the fact 
they are returning. We must take 
stqis for the future of these people. 
But we must ask the (jermans to 
divide this responalMlity. 

For a Stan, Turkey wants the 


West Germans to pay the German 
emplc^ers' social securin' contri- 
butions into the Tuikirii social se- 
curity fund (the Swiss ak^y do 
this.) 

Turkish-German coUaboration 
on the problems of returning wick- 
ers has made progress over the last 
year. The Germans have promised 
not to coerce Turkish wickers to 
retuin home. Councils have been 
created to advise the workers on 
thdr rights. Projects to train than 
for skills required at home were 
instituted and the Germans have 
agreed that Tuikish woikers’ sav- 
ings for home construction can 
now be transferred to Tuikey. 

Peihaps the most encouraging 
devdopment is on the educational 
front. In a jdnt venture, a SIJ- 
milliMi complex has been complet- 
ed in Istanbul where 2J)00 Turkish 
workers can be unined for skilled 
jobs that are in demand. Gennan 
ceacbeis with donated German ma- 
chinery vrill staff the coizqilex, 
which includes a hostd where 200 

can board. 

— UUSCHMEIZER 


Reagan Assures Ozal on G)ntinued U.S. Aid 


-i !Rl<a 5 


Ktera t nre: NazmilSkmet, thepoet, 
vAoqieot-Uyeatsin jail for bong 
a Owmnuniw riad died in. Moscow 
in 19^ and Sail Faik, the sbort- 
stciy writer, vriio led a poetic exis- 
tence atanoct eatiEehr vrithin the 
Uimlg of the city of fghwitwl tmtil 
his deafh in 1954. Mr. Kemal be- 
lieves tiiat thdr works, sice bis own, 
reflectcertaBimivBsal vahies that 
are the essence of aU great Etera- 
.tore. - . • ^ 

Zutfulivan^ apqpnlar znns- 
dan. at home and aixoad, dso oc- 
plains his soxess in Ibe West in 
terms d nniveisal values. He has 
petfamed to .full houses in sdo 

concerts or witii Maria Faiaiulou^ 
the wdl-knowh Gredc smger, in 
several Eiiropean odes, and his le- 
eordshavewonaimiriberafhuer- 
natiooal awards. Me. Uvandi plays 

the -My, the TUglminwit 

(itfTadQd)'b 8 id& 

T base on songs on Anatdian 
ballads,^ Mr. livandd says, “And 
Analog ba&ads beat a strOdog 
rcsemUance to Irish ballads. That 
is why my moac does not sound 
strange to Enropean ears." He is 
not the only popular naisidanv^ 
has sought fame and fortune ontp 
aderdlbiiOT, but he is dearly the 
most successral ancL 


By John M. Goshko 

WASHINGTON — Current 
U.S. rdations with Tbilxy have re- 
vived the ddrate about bow the 
United States dionld treat a strate- 
^ partner mid North Atlantic 
Treaw Orgamzaikii ^ whose 
standards of democratic nactice 
are unto fire for aB^eo^ not 
meeting Westeoi nann 
. That was ^maisit in the differ^ 
ent reactions ™i greeted the vnsh 
here Bdnie hfinister Qzal 
in eaojy i^niL Pieadent Reagan 
and lay ptdicy advisers made 
dear that thN are strongly sjnqia- 
tiiirfir. to- Turkey’s nuEtary md 
quests and unabashedly admiring 


of the bee-market econonic 
des that a seniw adnmus- 
tratiott official to describe Mr. Ozal 
as “a real Rm^anhe in econonic 
terms." 

Bat Mr. Ozal also ftnmd bimsdf 
the target of dcDDonstiations by hn- 
nran-ngbts advontes charing that 
r^ihtswiises stiQ perast in Tukw, 
that the Tbdisb armed foroes stfll 
retain too ""v* veto power over 
the new and fc^le Gxviuan goveni- 
ment and that T^^ continues to 
vidate intemationai law through 

Al5o**S[iaSw^u™blc^m*Ae 
dioras d critic&D were charges by 
Greek Americans about Tmkqr’s 
aEeged hostEe intentions tawm 


Gresce and by Armenian Ameri- 
cans who remain btner at Turkey's 
firm denisl that it committed geno- 
cide against its Armenian pqpnla- 
tion be tw een 1915 and 1923. 

This ambivaleooe has been re- 
flected in Congress’ response to 
Mr. Reagan’s b^i^mority goal oi 
shoring up Tnttey’s alnEty to con- 
tribute to NATO Hefenmf by 
ernrzirig its aimed forces. 

When Congress corqEetes its 
foreigtHud qjimquiatioDS for next 
year, Tbricey wm be outraDked 
only by Istw and ^[pt as the 
lai^ reemient ot UisT notary 

tiott pleas for aid to te detennmed 


by real need rather than “artificial 
formulas," Congress refuses to 
break uith its piacUce of decreeing 
that for every $10 given to Tu^, 
Greece must receive 
To maintaffl this 7-to-lO ratio. 
Congress seems certain to cut Mr. 
Regan's reqi^ for $785 miEion 
in fordgn mOitaiy sales credits for 
Tbrkey to $715 rmEion, vdiile giv- 
ing Greece $5(10 miUion. That ges- 
ture to Gredc sensibflities, coo^rid 
vrith revival of Booves in Congrms 
to pass resolntimis siq)portin| the 
Armertian genocide acens^ons, 
seems Ekeiy to fud Ttuldri) resent- 
Dient oi American intrasion into 
matters that Turkey considers irrd- 
erant to U.S.-Tliriadi biendriup. 


Uk wU# 

PapandrwuJlctorY (hiM Herald a NeiJcDeiente Bid 

md his n- A J 


By Andciana lerodiaobnou 

4 ATHENS— In theory, Andreas 
^randieoD's sweqang J ^2 gcQ- 
.etal dectioa vkA^ in Greece 
could herald a phase of dfitente in 
AfhenS'Ankma idatimis^ in the 
view of Western ^ooiatic observ- 
ers. 

Mr. Papendreon's Pan-Hdiemc 
SodaEst Movement onetged with 
an nneiqrectedly dearlecui of about 

5 percent over the nnniexs-iq>, the 


conservative New Democracy Par- 
ty. ^fh fiiatirifid of aoqtie natioiir 
a! mqori^, dipknnajs say Mr. Par 
pandreou has a lot of room fot 
maneovar cm key issues oi fonagu 
or ocoaoaac pwey — induding 
Gredt-Tinkish rdukxts. 

Now could be the time for an 
opening to Ankara, acconfing to 
someof them. . 

However, a Giedc-lbikirii rfq>- 
prodieniem does not seem to be on 
Mr. P^rai^reou’s agenda. During 


the dection canpaigo, the Greek 
prime nmoster often had occasion 
to r^eat Iris eovtxnment’s poation 
oa a GieekTmktsh dialog — 
that it cannot haipen nnl^ and 
until Turitidi tnx^ md ^dr 1 1- 
year mflitaiy occupation 37 per- 
cent of the territory of Qrprns. 

The Sffonnil Gnxk is 

that TuikCT must dnp datiTK m 
continental shdf, aii^ace contnd 
and other rights in the Ammn Sea, 
which are seen as a chunmgp m 


Greek soven 
Thus, the 


in (he r^ion. 
iists* poEcy to- 


appears to promise “mote of (be 
same.” This is Ekdy to mean a 
continuation of the pdky of 
cotting exerdses the Nmth At- 
lantic Trea^ Organization in the 
Aegean Sea untO the alliance agrees 
to mclnde the nOTthein A^an in- 
land of Lemnos — wdrich linkey 
tnaantfliiw Greece has no tight to 
mifitar ™ — 10 maneuver plflTt< 


coimmuFORS 


JAMES DORSEY, United Press International's chief correpon- 
dent based in Athens, legulariy r^rts from Turk^ and the Middle 
East 

JOHN M. GOSHKO is a Washii^too-based dplomatic reporter 
for The WashingtOD PcA 

MUSTAFA R. GURSEL is an Istanbul-based journaEst who 
costiibuies loThe Waririnmou Put TheOnaidian, theToremto Star 
and the International Herdd Tribune. 

ANDRIANA lERODIACONOU is an Athens-based journalist 
uho contributes to the Financial Times and the Dfr. 

HAUJK SAHIN, fonneily a professor of jcNirnalism at the Uitiver- 
sity of Maryland, is a reporter and chid editorial writer for the 
newsweekly Ncricta. Mr. Sahin recently published a collection of his 
essays entitled Tt Is Not Easy To ^ A Turit" 

UU SCHMEIZER, a jounalisi l»sed in Bonn and Rome, writes 
about European affairs. 

I BURHAN SENATALAR is an associate professor of economics 
and public finance at Istanbul Uiriveirity. 

NICK TERIHfE, a London-based journalist, is a member of the 
Hdix Agetu^, a group of freelancers who qpedaUze in reporting on 
devdofring countries. 

DAVID TONG^ fotineriy a diplomatic oone^ndent with the 
Fmandal Tillies, is director of Internatiotud Bnaness Services, a 
consulting firin for fewagu investors and tratto in Tnikey. 

AYDIN ULUSAN, a business omsultani and fonner economics 
professor at Bogazici Univend^ in Istanbul, also contributed to the 
reporting for 1iu& qiedal rqxvt. 


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The Leading TUrkish 
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VlTith hitemational 
Reputation... 


Now one of Tuik^'s laigesl pi'vate 
enterprises, ftie Boitisan Group has 
dev^oped from a 'welded sfee^ ppe 
manuiactunng -company set up in 
1958. Today, witii twenty speoaEst 
companies and seven independent 
production iinilsi, Borusan patxiuces 
and maikets hundreds ol items, 
induding industrial tubes, water and 
gas pipes, stainless sted tube^ hot and 
odd idled ccdls and sheets, AH line 
pipes, galvanized steel sheds urid all 
types of electro-plated sled strip The 
Borusan Group meds ^ nee^ of a 
whole variety of trades and indadnes 
worid-widk hi fact more fiian half of 
Bonisan's 1984 output was' exported - 
to toe Middle East, to Western Euitpe 
and to toe USA: - so its intexxiatidnal 
reputation is wdl and widdy based. If 
you axe interested . in quality, 
ooixipetitive terms and impeocable 
service, Borusan can yoii; tod 
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details of Bbrnsan's prodiKtis, for a 
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BUSINESS/FINANCE 


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WdOHOUKSiCIEU 

Soviet Union Pays Price 
For Ne^ecting Oil Seardi 

BytEONABDSEJK 

New Yerk TIma Serwke - ' 

EW YORK. — While »li» fIrgpwiTaiMvn nf Pwfmaraim 
Bepottiog Countries is triuig to pn.pressiire <m its 
members to hdd p^nctiooas^ the wodd's biggM 
ml producer, the Soriet Umoa^ is strngg^iu to maiD- 
OQtpnL Soviet oil prodnetkm beaked at l£3 mawnn 
barrels a day in 1983. Its daityon^pQtdeeuiied 0.6 percent in 1984 
and 4perceot during the first four months cf this year, according 
to omdai Soviet somcm. Russian pumnait hw soo^ a £ 
percent increase in oil productiem for 1985, hut they now seem 
bound to that tar^ widefy. 

Bade in 1977, theCentr^ TutrfKggnr^ Ageiuy pr^icted that 
Sovin di output would readi a peak some rime bettreen 1 978 and 
1982 — a orediction that was _ . 


Hie Sovietleader has 
looked to somebody 
to take die fan for 
die faded pidkj. 

. steeper this year, 

for^ deeltn^ to bepoblished in 


liucap. 

F 



^ dieted some U.S. «T1«I- 
' lysts of Soviet foagy prob- 
lems. But the CEA. bas proved - 
to be basically cocrect, tf a iMt 

ahead of sdiednle. Soi^ (A 
oo^t, after rapid growth in 
the 1980s, b^an to stagnate 
from 1980 to 1983, xeacSed a 
peak in late 1983, slipped in 
1 984 and appears hea^ for a . 

In an ananas of the reasons for 1 
the forthcoming issue of the journal Soviet Ecoimmy, Hiane 
Ou^$on,'diieeitor of the Sen^ Studies Fto^am at Geooegdown 
University’s Center for Stiat^^ and Iriteciadonal Affairs, says 
the chief cause was a n^jlect tk oil espkniioa.ffl tmdevdoped 
areas. 

L977_ until the Soviet kadeis staved off a 

available 
ibcoa. '’That 

ptoyed," Mr. Oustafsonoondudes, “they 
now face essenliaify fhe sama proldem thn did in 1977: Hght 
more years of mlmtion have not SDCceedM m (fiscoramg riie 
< reserves that wilikeep West SflKarian oogwit gowiag. Even more 
important, the nnoertainty over the region’s Uniterm proqiects 
~ has not b^ dispelled.** 

^ Be firuls many ailprits fttf the fmliire. Skerian eagdoratioa 
t^mg faflfd veatme outsde fjwwiKpT Ttw. M i mgtt y (j{ , 
Geology in Moscow was rioeptical that the norriieciiDOSt meas 
Tyimen Bovince; the oil-piioducmg ngion in West SSbeda, 
avMijd yidd more oQ and did not support emlorarion riiat. Ihe 
^ Mittiaiy of Oil was alan Sihghn TMervei^ amd 

the State Hanning Agen^ remftfced its bias againh eaploratioo 
and toward devdopment by driving ootpat targets tetenidessly 
r.A^u^bei. 

3 , The Uame reaches to the Politbaro: Even 4liou^ some Soviet 

geologists and plannets were wdl aware of the kog-term prob- 
lem. and atgoM for a strategy based <» greater and wider 
; eiqplorariott, me top leaders, fearing a ooflmse of oQ on^nit in die 
older rojums, ddt^ the transfa of e^&arioo efforts to new 
areas. Ibey were ea^ to get sh^-teem increases m ompot lest 
oil shortages cause bottieneda diat woohl choke off econoirne 
growth and xednoe ford^i-eKGhsnge earnnig g ^mn off. It has 
; been hard for the Soviet leaders to accept a ffowdown in off 
productkin becanse the Soviet Uniaa deri^^ about 60 percent of 


mpsy for imxKte of gcam and advanced mdnstrial 

But year alter yestr a risk avoidaxice, Mr. Onstafsoo finds, has 
ptodu^ a prematm^ aged off industry with uncertain pros' 
pects and inadequate lednialogy, costs out of control owing to an 
unbalanoed eScA sluBt bg r pyiny , anti n prodncdoii crias in 
West SiboEia that leqmres constant fir»rigfating. The ahortsigfat- 
tad he says, means ihat'*'tfae sdudons.and 


stives are still not reai^~ e^pedally on the cdnsuirqrtiab 
nde. vriuue Soviet energy cfiideiicy Is stffl the lowest of any 
indnstriai nation.** 

The Soviet leader, hGUiail S. Ooibadlev. has indeed around 
for sQindx)dy to take the M for the failed policy. He has 
disrmssed the off nmustec, Nikolm. A. Maltsev, Tcpucmalnm with 
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GNP Fen 
In Quarter 

Borni to Report 
ADeclinedfl % 

By Warren GetJer 

itamatuHol HeraU TrSme 

FRANKFURT— Gemtt- 
Q/s groM oatianai prodnet fdl 1 
percent in the first quarter from die 
fourth quarter d 19^ accoedng 
to govenuoenl officials in Bom. 

Measured gainst ^ first three 
months of 1984, the West German 
ecooony grew just 0.4 percent in 
the first quarter, the sonroes sad. 
The Fedecal StarigHei Office in 
Wiesbakn is schednled to release 
Monday a drtafled aewtement d 
first-quarter perfoanance. 

privately, the 

said the drop in fiist-qnfaer oot- 
put was laii^ than bnt 

was attributable less to weakness in 
the eeonony to the effects of 
ediat one official *‘ri>e har- 
shest winter we've seen in 22 
yeois." 

"Oe^tethesetback.weeonlffi- 
ne to pn^ real growth of at least 
2.5 percent for 1985,*’ an offidal 
sad. O fy>a* narirtnai pfodoct mea- 
sures the value of a ccnntry*s out- 
pot <tf goods and services, indnd' 
ing income from operations 
abroad. 

On an *»w*"*tfy*H h— f. 
pmeat in first-quarter 

GNPfram the final qna^ of 1984 
dunm the economy at a 

44eeomt nte for the entixe year. 
Tnus, die eeanomy would have to 
grow an avoage 1 .2 percent in each 
d the nect tmee quarters to meet 
Bonn’s target of 25-perceat ^owth 
for the year, -analysts note. 

News of the marked first-tputte 
deefine in ONP comes at a senridve 
dme fm* Chancellor Hdimit Kohl 
mnA TiU centef-cight coaliiiott. 

Mr. Kohl has onwig mww shaip 
eriridsm in recent weds, nadoding 
from widm. his own coalxtion. for 
faifiiQ to make progress in tadtUiK 
tme^loyment. vduch totaled 119 
nuDin in or 8i percent of 

theworitfoice. 

The govemmoit has thar 
uncmplOTmoii coidd be cut by 
lOO/nO tf the GNP grows IS per- 
cent in die current year. 

Norbert Walter, chief eoemmnist 
at the Kid Insritute for Werid 
Eponan y , the first-quarter 

GiV results do not tinmen die 
goreihineoYs prqjecbdn of 2>per- 
cent grofwth. aldionghEia institote 
conttnuia to project full-year 
growth doser to 2 peroeoL 

'Tlqsardless of Mietber GNP 
growth is 2 or IS pereent cm dte 
. year, we see Ugto — not lower— 
unemploynient in 1985,” he said. 


The Dissolving Saecharin Market 


Cnmberlaad 
Sees Solutipn 
In Diversifying 

New YaHi Timet Senin 

NlWYORK-WhenWorid 
War n ended, Beqjamin Eisen- 
stadt and his two sons started a 
packaging business, Cumberiand 
Paddng Carp., first te mar- 
ket sn^ in small paper enve- 
lopes ua tabletop use. But h was 
not itndl they started packagmg 
the sugar substitute saccharm in 
envdopes that the company en- 
joyed real success. 

‘'We named h Sweet *a Low, 
because that was my father’s far 
vodte sm^** said Manin Eisen- 
stadi. who shares die executive 
vice preadency with his brother, 
Iza. The envdopea were cdored 
pink, be said, “So tt would stand 
out in the stigar bow).” The 
brothers’ father, Benjamin, 
serves as preri^t of the small 
fannly-owned coaeon. 

Sweet *a Low has remained 
Paulas througfa dte sugar sub- 
stitute indosliy's hi^ and lows 
sioce its mtn^cuoti in 1958. 
But three years ago. the lotro- 
ducrion of aspartame, a natural 
fructose sugar substitate, b^an 
to iqwet Cumberiand's market- 
share 

It has not been easy for the 
Broedd^ New York-based com- 
pany to stand up to major indus- 
try dian^ Analysts say they do 
not give saodiarin much ehinw 
of compering with aspartame. 
Indeed, the ccxnpany has diveisi- 
lied into butter substitutes and 



IheNwYtakrii 

Murin ESseostadt, co-executive vice presutoat 


salt substitutes, although it has 
remained Ic^ to Swm 'n Low. 

“We are so tborou^y en- 
trenched. even the lar^i com- 
panies can't knock uai” said 
Marvin Pi«enc taHL He said a re- 
quirement to print a health 
warning on e^ pink packet, im- 
posed after the Food and Drag 
Administration raised q^tions 
about saccharin's caremo^tue 
potential did not harm SwM '0 
Low's salesL Indeed, be cites sta- 
tistics that his family’s product 
still is the preferred tabletop sug- 


ar substitute of most consumers. 

But it is aspartame that has 
created a new pool of consumers 
and expanded the sweetener 
maritel mto a $900-iniDion in- 
dustry, oe^y (^ble its 1982 
Aiqiaitame is manufactured 
by G.D. Searle & Co. under the 
brand names Nutnsvreet and 
Equal And although it is more 
expenrive Sakhalin, it is 
sev^ hundred times sweeter, 
and now every m^or diet soft- 

(Gontnmed on Fse^ IS, CoL 3) 


Argentina Says 
It Has Debt Pact 
With IMF, U.S. 


U.S. Jobless Report Boosts Dollar 


Iha Aaedaud fra 

WASHINGTON — The Labor 
DoiaitxDeDt said Friday that the 
U.S. economy created 345,000 new 
jobs in M^, and the unexpected 
employmect pins drove the dollar 
hi^brT on the currency markets. 

The chdltan uneoqiloyment rale 
held at 7J percent of the labor 
frace, orSA mUinn people, for 
foatlh straii^ month, ihe Labw 
Dqiartment saui U was the longest 
st^iant period in the jobless total 
for at least 14 years. 

Emplo^nect in manufacturing 
industries fril 28,000, the fifth 
gf rai^ f monthly Snee the 

start of the yrar, some 163,000 
tnamifaaiirmg jntn have been losL 

Most of the jobs gained last 
month were in ihe service sector 
and about 111^100 were in bealtb- 
or busisess-fdated fields. 

The doQtr rose to 3.082 Oent- 
sriie marks Frid^ in New York 
trading from 3.056 on Tbursdsy 
and to 249J!iO Japanese yen fiom 


248.70. The British pound dipped 
sUgbtly to $1 JI72 from S1275. 

Many cunency (mleis had sold 
the dollar, tin^gh eco 

nomic growth in the Uml^ States 
that wotild push American interest 
rales lower. Bnt after the unem- 
pk^remmt fi^irBS were rdeased, 
iraders scrambled to buy dollais to 
cover their diort posiDons. 

The While House spokesman, 
Larry ^xakes. called the jolxre- 
aiion n^rre “a significant finding 
and ... an indicaior of coniinueff 
sr^ gains in employnieni and 
growth in Ihe overall economy.** 

Michael Evans, vdio beads a 
Washingop-based econouiic fore- 
fem , caiiiwH the gain in new 
jobs ‘^«y and said il over- 

shadows the drop in maiuifactiiiing 
enqiloyiiiettL 

. Evans also noted that Fri- 
day's repon showed an increase in 
the lea^ of the average factory 
workweek and said that hkdy wQl 
keep the Federal Reserve Board 
from again lowering the disconnt 


rate as a spur to the economy. The 
rate is the fee charged by the Fed 
on Ifrane tO banlfg 

He said fmaneiat nwtri rett h»H 
been rife with ramras that the Fed 
mi^t cut the loan rale later Friday, 
as it did several weeks ago, if a lai^ 

dlt^ in nmniifaetnmg em ptry - 

ment was coupled with a drop m 
the length of the factory woricMxk. 

fThe chief econiHnist at Salomon 
Brothers Inn. Henry Kaufman, 
a gf F i ' d there is less of the 
Fed cutting the T.S-poceni (Cs- 
coont rate ftdlowing the iob report, 
Reuters reported from New York.) 

In additim, the Labor Depart- 
moit rqxrrtod that the overall un- 
employment rate among yoong 
men. traditional^ one of the stnxK 

rose in M^ The joblcss^te^ 
those aged between 20 and 24 years 
rose 1.2 percentage points to 12i 
percenL 

As for teen-agers, the rate rose to 
18.9 percent from 17.7 percenL 


The Aesodaed Press 

BUENOS AIRES — Prerideni 
Radi Alfonsin said Friday that Ar- 
gentina had readied agreement 
with the Imernaiional Monetaiy 
Fond on ideasiii^ a S1.4-UlliMi 
loan hdd up in a mqnxie over eco- 
nomic aiisteri^ measures. 

Mr. Alfonsfn also said the Unit- 
ed States would h^ vnth another 
loan to prevent domigrading over- 
due payments on Argentina's 
S48.4-biIlion intematic^ debt 
Such action would force U.S. banks 
with loans tb Argentina to set aside 
bigger re s er ^ ^^ainst loan losses, 
cutting into their profits. 

But in'Washitt^n, Robert Le- 
vine. a Treasury Department 
^lokesman, said final agreement 
has not yd been reached on a 
short-term bridge loan. 

“I do know definitely that we 
have not extended any loan 
to Argentina yei” Mr. Levine said. 
"We're wqrlang on one, we're ne- 
gotiating iL we’re gett^ aO the 
paperwrak ready with sevm other 
countries for a total of between 
$300 minion and $450 niniioii.’' 

However, he said, the loan must 
await a formal ^reement between 
Argentina and the IMF ca an eco- 
nomfoiecovery program. Despite 
Mr. AlfcM^'s statemenL it was 
unclear Friid^ ni^t wheUier that 
agreement had actually been 
readied. 

The VS. Treasnry incmded a 
$500-mniicm Ixidge loan in Decem- 
ber 1984, when At^iina reached 
a previous accord with the IMF. 

The far-la^ Ihff loan, which 
was deagned to help Ai^tina 
make ddit uymeats, was suspend- 
ed in Maiu because of the coun- 
hy's failure to meet fund-imposed 
inOation-iednctioD targets. 

Ai^tine officials &ve been in 
Washingum n^otiating with the 
IMF on what new austedQr mea- 
sures should be taken to caarb infla- 
tion, which is now imining at an 
anniiMl rate of 1 jXX) percent 

Saqaension d the loan also put 
oi hold a refinancing agreement 
with creditor banks woridwide that 
was to provide $4.2 tafllioii in hcdi 
credits during 1 985. The banks said 
the credits would be provided if 
Argentina agreed to new bdt-tight- 
ening measures. 

In a Ud 10 gain IMF dearance, 
the Argentine government 
launched what it cued a “war 
economy,” slabbing goyeniment 
speod]^ fieoing public bii^ 
and linntzng monthly wage in- 
creases to nme-toiihs of the rate of 
inflatioo. 

DescriOring Argentina’s meetiitg 
in Washing to p with the IMF and 


creditor banlu, Mr. Alfonsin said 
Friday that "it hu ended in a satis- 
facto^ manner.'’ 

Spiking in a televised interview, 
he said Aigeniina bad obtained a 
bridge loan "from the United 
States, several European and even 
Latin American countries.’* 

He did not say bow much the 
bridge loan was for. bnt the coun- 
try was known to be seeing up to 
$500 millira to help bring its oiha 
loan payments iqi to date. 

The bri(^ loan and at least $400 
minion from the country’s reserves 
would be used to pay overdue obli- 
gations cm the country’s fordgn 
debt before a Monday meeting of 
creditor banks to assess th^ .Ar- 
gentine loans. 

Mr. Alfonsin did not identify the 
ot^ oouniries t^t would p^ci- 
pate in the bridge loan, but it was 
reported that ihqr woe Colombia, 
Venezuda and Spain. 


MarnottQnpo 

EndsTaBtson 

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Reutea 

WASHINGTON — Marri- 
ott Corp. said Friday it had 
ended discussions about the 
possibility of aconiring Howard 
Johnson Co. from Imperial 
Group PLC of Britain. 

Earlier in the day. a Marriott 
spokesman, Robert Soners. bad 
said: “It’s no secret that we are 
one of a number of oompanies 
that have been involved in talks. 
We have been for weeks." 

Bill Trainer, who follows the 
indust^ for Merrill Lynch & 
Co., said that Hime Motor Inns 
and a private investor group 
had hem rumored as bei^ in- 
vtdved in the talfat 

He died repo:^ of $300 mil- 
lion to $400 n^on as the price 
bring discussed, but did not say 
what he thought the value of 
Howard Johnson might be;. 

Howard Johnson, known for 
its orange-roofed restaurants 
across the United States, was 
Bccpiired Imperial Group for 
$600 orilliM in 1979. It oper- 
ates more than 600 restaurants 
oauonwideL In additimi. there 
are 480 Howard Johnson botris 
and motor lodges, a quarter of 
whiefa are coiii{mny tmerate^ 
and 225 Ground Round restau- 
rants in a separate diviaon. 


EC, U.S. Reach Agreement 
On Steel Trade, Ebqioils 

By Steven J. Diydcn 

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BRUSSELS — The Eoiopean 
Comnuiaiiy agreed Friday to talks 
whb the Umied States 00 two sted 
issoes in otdu^ for.an allowaooe 
on EC sted eiqiorts, crannm- 
□hy nfftwai* said. 

TBe agreen^t eased several 
months ra teodem over sted trade 
between Brassds and Wadungton, 
but the two commercial partuo 
still face several months of diffienh 
EC and U.S. offioals 

said. 

RTUydeOacq, tbeECcommis- 
aoner for extenial rdatioDS and 
trader said that file agreement 
beaded oR a “major trade cria^ 
while allowing the connmnnty to 
protect its interests. 

Referring to ofiier poinis of ^ 
pate between the EC and the Unit- 
ed States, sodi as ^licaltDre trad^ 
Mr. de Qeicq said he hoped file 
game “^ixt ot coocffiation" WOlild 
be ai^ued to dforts to resolve 
those proUema. 

Mr. de Qereq oondnded the 
staff agreement last .wedteod in 
Wadiiimtbn with Commerce Secre- 
taty Kfikobn Baldri^ but ap- 
prnyH did not come frmn all 10 
nations until Friday. 

Under the agt ee i ne nt,'theUinted 
States will allow inqiortatioa of an 
extra lOOJXX) tons of sted 
from EC piodocos for a Te 


lifrania pqidmeL The sale will per- 
il^ the oomnumity to exceed the 
quota limiting its 19U e9q>orts to 
7.6pereeat of the U.S. markeL 
Ine United States M resisted 
the uoaimuuity's axgaments chat 
increased sales were peemined on- 
der a clause the K'U.S. p^ 
freeman fiiat jxorides fen extra 
eaqrorts if Amaican prodocers are 
in^le to srq^iy the needed sted. 

The comnzsmty iwyt thrMtiiniifi 
letaiiatiCD if otha prodneen were 
allowed to provide the. pmehne 
sted affix it became dear, the EC 
said, that American pr^noers 
could not provide the pqres. 

In wndiange fra the extra sales, 
the community agreed to a seriea of 
ngjotiations on the extension of a 
1982 EC-U.S. sted accord and Sted 
prodnos not covered by that pacL 
The United States has com- 
plmned thm EC piodnceis have 
boosted sales of the other sted 
products, whkh include semi-fhi- 
idied sted, allc^ wire rod, black 
plate and tin-free sted, to avoid 
restrictions in the 1982 agree m euL 
Total sales of those products m 
die Uinted States rose Doniy ihiee- 
Md firom 1981 to 1^4, acconfing 
to U,S. trade 

The communiiy, which refused 
U.S. demands earSki year for 
restcaiius rai the products, has ar- 
gued that nmcb of the oqxxt m- 
crease was due to file hi^ value of 



U.S. Farm Land Falls 12% in Value 


WlBydeOerai 


the dollar and the quality of the EC 
steel 

Under file new agreemeoL talks 
on those other steel products 
should be conduded by Jnfy 15. 

UB. in Brassds said 

that if the community does not 
agree to emhs 00 thorn products, 
the Umud States would unOatetal- 
ty limit impoits. 

Talks on revision of the 1982 
sted ^re g n mt . wbkb expires at 
the end of the year, are to ra em- 
duded by the ^ of October. 


The Astodaed Pita 

WASHINGTON — The value 
of U.S. farm land plumme t^ ]2 
percent in the past year — the larg- 
est ofte-year oedine ance the Di^ 
pressioa, the Agricolture Dqmit- 
mest said Friday. 

Land vdues dropped fra the 
fourtb straight year, drivira Ity 
farmers' oedii proble^ low com- 
modity prices, high inieiesi rates 
and maity farms Oooding the i«nrf 
markei according to a researcher 
for the dqartmcDl Bin Hoiriieny. 

’There's an awfol lot of land on 
(he market ri^ now,** Mr. Heiw- 
beny said. There are auctions 
wtoe the land doesn't seff because 
the sdler isn’t wining to take sudi a 
lowpriceL" 

The 12-petcest drop in the year 
ending ^^iril 1 foDowra 12-month 
dedmes of 1 percent in 1984. 6 
percent in 1910 anri I pereeot in 
1981. wfaich was a peak year for 
agiicaltnral land prices. Hmoric^ 
ly, the steepest one-year drop was 
19 percent m 1933. 

Factrains in the 1 


effect of 4-per- 


cent inflation, the real value of land 
was off W 16 percenL the depart- 
ment saidC 

The Com BelL Great Lakes 
states and tbeNorthera Flains were 
hardest hit in the past year, suffer- 
ing losses of 20 pereeot or moieL 

Six New England states — 
Maine, New Hampshire, VermonL 
Massacbnseits. Rhode Island and 
Connecticut — fared besL actuaUy 
gaining 14 percent in vdue and 
reflectmg land demand for residen- 
tial or oukt non-farm uses. 

The annual assessment of farm 
land values is eomi»led through 
survtys of farmers. lenders, real es- 
tate agents, apprriseis, farm man- 
agers and otbess invoh^ in farm- 
Imid markets. 

This year’s report had been 
scheduled fra rdease a week earli- 
er, but was delayed in part because 
the latest figures were so extreme 
that department analysts wanted a 
ehana> to dooble-dim them, Mr. 
Henebeny saicL 

Natkmwy, farm land averaged 
$697 an acre (0.4 hectare) on April 


I, the rqiort said, down From $782 
lut year. 

The lamest percentage dedine 
came in Iowa, the be^ of the 
year’s farm finandal problems, 
where values were eff 29 percenL 
Nebraska was dose behind with a 
28-petcent drq). Irices were also 
dora 27 percent in Illinois and 26 
percent in South Dakota. 

This conTirms what people have 
been saying." said Mr.Henebeny, 
referring to surveys by the Federal 
Reserve Banks in the Nfidwest and 
by universilies doouneniiiig the 
trend. 

Fanjiig land values add to the 
fin an d al squeeze on farmers be- 
cause ffiudi of the money tb^ bor- 
row to operate is bacM by ih^ 
land. The lower the value; the shak- 
ier their financial poriiioos and the 
less they can bonw. 

Cash rent prices for farm land 
also droigied, but not as rapidly as 
land values, the nqxnt said, admng 
that probably was due to increased 
cranpelilion among farm operairas 
for 1^ to renL rauer than to buy. 


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2 . To npeowe the belenee eheet and &e profit end loee eceeat 
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esi Soles Prev. Soles 4,*00 

Prev Dov Ooenlnl. 39 77' ub23 
COKNICBTI 

5.000 bu minimum- donors per bushel 

3JI 177 Jul 2.7» 2.7T 2.7A. 2J«^> — .OO'^. 

121': £i53i. See 161 US’.. U3 — OCPk 

145 ISI Dec 156>. Zi8 236 157k— ODli 

3.10 3M Mar 2ASk l6<k l65'. l66k — 

3.71'« 2.63'^ MOV 3.A6>tt 170': ZOI’a ITD'-i —51 

186 164' r Jul look 170 IMVs Ipek —.00k 

2Jlk Sep 256 157 1S4 256 —51 

Esi.Soies Prev. Soles i«533 

Prrv.DavOpenlnl.10D.474 oH 1,416 
SOYBEANS ICBT) 

5.000 DU minimum- aellors per bushel 

7.44 554'.: Jul 5.76 SSTV; 5.75k S56k -654 

756 S53V, Aue 570 550'.v 1641V SSO'- +03'; 

6.71 5 44'; See S641: S74"V SL64 174'v +013 

6.69 5.49': NOV 55+ 178 168 S.77V; 

6.'» S5tk Jan S.TS'v 554 

762 564 Mor 554 S«S' 

7.74 S77 V5v 149 6.03 

658 583 Jul S«5 404 

ESI Soles Prev. Sales 34.45D 

Prev. Dav Open Inl. 66587 oH 1.104 
SOYBEAN MSAL<CBTI 
100 lons^ dollars eer ten 

14650 11740 Jul 121 U 13250 12050 131.40 —1.10 

AUB 13460 174.40 13140 134.40 — I.IO 
See 127 JO 127 jp 12450 (7750 — I.W 
Oci l»J0 13150 134.10 130.70 —150 
Dee 13550 13650 134J0 13650 —1.10 
Jan 13850 13850 137J0 13850 —1.10 
Mar 14350 14450 14250 16450 —150 
MOV 14450 144.00 14750 14850 —50 
Jul ISIJn 15150 15050 ISIOO 
Prev. Soles 10503 


170 55S'Y — 5I'+ 

558 5.4S'm —51k 

5 «41V 453 —53 

5.45 654 _.0l 


18050 
17450 
18050 
184 00 
16300 
30650 
16350 
167.00 
Est.Solcs 


12060 
133 45 
13650 
>3150 
13450 
134.10 
14100 
147.60 


CERT. DEPOSIT lIMM) 
, similiion-BlsallOOecl 


COPPEE CCNYCSCEt 
37500 lbs,- cenis eer ib 

144 40 13150 Jut 14750 147J0 14130 14130 

14853 177.00 Sea 14850 1055 144.45 14140 

14852 13655 Dee 14850 14175 I4T5I 14753 

14745 I2U0 Mer 14750 14750 I44J0 14640 

147 13 13150 Mqv I460S 14655 14655 US63 

14550 13550 Jul 14450 14400 14450 14400 

14300 13225 See l«7S 

E5i.Sel6« Prev. Seles 3573 

Prev. Dov Open ini 13J7B ue >36 



«*s 

175 

Jul 

263 

260 

17* 

263 + 0S 

4.75 

365 

Scp 

1*0 

2«$ 

3.90 

1*1 +64 

• D$ 

1*4 

Oel 

363 

107 

199 

3JM +.05 

7.7S 

3.41 

Jon 

3.41 

141 

341 

840 

«a 

5.76 

Mar 

3 01 

363 

3 75 

160 +63 

7.15 

400 

Ma> 

4JI3 

405 

3.9* 

4 01 — 01 

*69 

423 

Jul 

4.3+ 

4 37 

4a 

425 

AJO 

4.«6 

4.TA 

4a 

Sea 

Del 

46* 

466 

433 

+41 +.?3 

464 -sOI 

E*i. Soles 


Prav. Salas 0.4*1 




It? Of impel. 
49 Jun 

*123 

«2JD 

•121 

93X 

+66 

0463 

Sop 

9167 

91.97 

9164 

9I.9S 

+.15 

0460 

Dec 

91J7 

91X7 

91 JS 

91JA 

+.17 

84.10 

Mor 

90.94 

9IJU 

«at3 

91JR 

♦.14 

A»n 

Jun 

406* 

90*0 

*067 

•e+s 

+.17 

0?W 

Spp 

4025 

90J4 

•OX 

•oa 

+.16 

S7.X 

Doc 

04 46 

4065 

X.*A 

9063 

+.16 

07*4 

Mar 

09 JS 

X60 

092$ 

8925 

+.16 


Prev. Dev Open inl. 4550 0« 83.844 
COCOA (NYCSCE1 
lOmeiric lcns*Secr Ion 

2400 1448 Jul 3011 2112 

2415 l«B7 Sep 2045 2045 

2337 1445 Dec 2020 2045 

3190 1455 Mar 2028 204; 

3130 1960 ASOi 

7110 1440 Jul 

EsI Seles Prev. Seles 2503 

Prev. Dov Open ml 20.715 ofiiu 


3181 

3041 

2020 

9020 


3110 

3064 

3CU4 

3043 

3043 

3050 


*34 

+34 

+18 

+14 

+14 


1046S 

1XX 

Jul 

144.75 14620 14360 14660 

+1.10 

IBUW 

I36J0 

Sap 

141.90 141*0 140.75 143.90 

*40 

10160 

13*60 

Nov 

14060 14160 I40K I4IX 

*20 

moo 

l3A.n 

Jan 

14060 I40X 1MX IA.7S 

+60 

17760 

13A.X 

Mar 

134.90 14060 IW.n 1X60 

+6S 

IO260 

i3A.n 

MOV 

14025 

+60 

IS7X 

I41X 

Jul 

14025 

+X 

1X60 

179.7S 

Sap 

Now 

IM7S 

14025 

*JO 

*to 


+50 


Prev. Dev Open mt 5TJ4e 'joT? 
SOYBEAN OILiCBTI 
60500 lbs- dollars eer 100 lbs. 


32.73 

R.70 

Ji/I 

31.13 31.75 

X.*B 




7?U- 

4ua 

VM XX 


3023 

+J4 








:ej? 

22.H 

Oct 

27*5 xa 

3160 

aa 

**? 



□ac 

26*3 37X11 

3«X« 

XJS 





36.09 36 U 




9.60 

34.40 




26J5 


r’.4s 

2420 

.May 

26.90 25 10 




35.15 a9S Jul 34 « 3465 

34 70 24.T0 Au9 

Esi Sole? Prev.Soles *684 

Prav Do* Dean Inl S0651 up^ 

34X0 

3-LB5 

M6S 

+JS 

+.15 


seer bushel 


OATS ICBT) 

S5Ubu mlnimum-dolli 
1.7S--: 

I 79 
I 02': 

1 67k 
163 

ESI. Soles Prev Seles 136 

Prev. Dor Open inr. 2564 up 25 


I.4TL 

Jul 

163 

I63'v 

161'-, 


1477; 


1.-I9 

iJ9kk 

IXOk 

1X91. — .OOIY 



ia 

164 



168''; 

IxO 

Mor 

MOV 

1677-j 

1577: 

167'Y 

1681^ 

1X0 —61 


Livestock 


CATTLE (CMS! 
40500 lbs.- cenis err ib. 


*960 

Mx3 


61.M 

6160 

U60 

U.9S 

+a 

a?xT 

X.4S 

hue 

6260 

6320 

Al4S 

63.17 

+XII 

65*0 

60.10 

<»ct 

6265 

63.17 

6325 

6367 

+a 

6165 

6160 

Dee 

63x2 

6420 

63X3 

6467 

+xa 

*7.45 

62.10 

Feb 

64a 

64X0 

54.15 

6425 

+ 40 


•360 

Apr 



65.10 

6S20 

+.15 

5*J5 

65.x 

Jun 

65X0 

65X0 

55X0 

6525 

+33 

ESI Salas Prev. Salas 13x64 

Prav. DayOoan Inl. 48.*31 offSAS 
FEEDER CATTLE (CME) 

44600 ibS" cents per lb. 

7170 64X7 Auo M.I5 68X5 

57.«0 

6857 

+ X 

7360 

64.40 

Sro 

6760 

ABJO 

6720 

6820 

+a 

72a 

i4JS 

Del 

6760 

68.10 

67X0 

6810 

+a 

7320 

Asa 

Nov 

68X0 

40.90 

6820 

68.R 

+33 

XXO 

TOX 

66X0 

M.I0 

Jon 

TOM 

7060 

»n 

7065 

7060 

+20 

+.15 

70.« 

TOM 

Apr 

7060 

70JM 

7060 

7060 



Prev. Dev Open inr. S560 ell 13 


Metals 


655$ 

0855 

5450 

82.10 

8A2S 

8450 

8050 

7400 

74.40 

70.40 
70J0 
7190 
67.00 

ESI. Seles 


6058 

5750 

5450 

5750 

5850 

5460 

$460 

61.10 

6150 

6250 

6450 

6&30 

4650 


Jun 
Jul 
Aue 
Sep 
Dec 
Jen 
Atar 
Mev 
Jul 
Sep 
Dec 
Jen 

Mor 
Prev.Seles 


405S 
40 40 


6355 4335 43 10 


■men 

4050 

4155 

4I.7D 

43.75 

6350 

636S 

63.40 

64J0 

4450 

6150 

6550 

6140 


+50 
+ 30 
+50 
*50 
+5S 
+55 
*55 
+.25 
-» 
+ 25 


Prev.DevOeenint. 02540 up2S3 
ALUMINUM (COMEX) 

40500 lbs.- cenis per ID. 


4*2S 

46JS 

Jun 

4845 —65 

s*xe 

45X5 

Jul 45X5 
AuB 

4570 4545 45X5 — 10 

45*5 —.10 

74X 

4620 

Sap 4425 

4&JS 44.15 -SaJS —.10 

raxfl 

47X5 

Dee 4720 

4720 4720 47X0 —.10 

7620 

51.75 

Jan 

47.75 —.10 

73x0 

4820 

Mor 

445 —.10 

6a2S 

a.*5 

/wav 

A.1S -.10 

6145 

54X0 

Jul 

4aa - ID 

52.10 

SIX 

Sap 

Oec 

Jan 

Mar 

ass —.10 

51X5 -10 

52.00 — 10 

5220 — 10 

Esr.Sotes 

Prev, Soles 

342 


15300 


.7301 

.7260 

5141 

5322 

5204 


PrrV. Dov Cecn Inl 3.903 ell 93 

EUROOOLLAAS(lMM) 

SI mliiii 
•iS9 
9356 
«T.a: 

91 43 
»l 07 
90 78 
4053 

«0 30 — - - 

ESI Sale Prev.Seles 35550 

Prw.Der Open Inl.l 24533 up654 
BRITISH POUND (IMMI 
Seer pouna^ I Point eeuels 305001 _ 

1J3M 1.0335 Jun 15630 15460 IJ57S 15^ 

I.44SQ 1.0200 See 15470 15515 I54S i5M 

15900 10200 Dec 15380 15410 15340 15M 

1.3800 15680 7Aar 15330 15230 15230 ' - 

1530S I.I4CS Jun _ 

Esi.Seies Prev.Seles llliD 

Prev. Dev Open im. 4S574 pfllOM 
CANADIAN DOLLAR IIIAMI 

Seer dir- 1 point eauaisSD5001 

.7S3S .70S4 Jun .7784 5X1 5280 

7MS .7029 Sep .7344 5214 .7247 

7S64 .7006 Dec .7230 5340 .73M 

.7504 6991 AAor 

.7350 5070 Jun 

Esi. Seles Prev.Seles 1,143 

Prev. Dev Open inl. 11.141 atl443 
FRENCH FRANC(IIMM) 
Sperlranc-lpeinteeualsS05BHl „ 

.11030 544IC Jun .10415 .I041S .10400 .104X 

.10440 5«4« See .10445 .10S4S .10544 .1IW 

.I04IS 07670 Dec .lOSM .10500 .lOSOO .lOSIO 

ESI. Seles Frev Seles 3 

Prev. Dev Open Inl. 746 
DERMAN MARKIIMM) 

SPer morli. i eelnl eeuels 905001 
5733 5704 Jun 5234 5247 5S3 5341 

3545 5430 S«P J2S2 52M 5351 5M0 

5410 5771 Dec 5373 5204 J273 591 

J415 5040 Mer 5304 

EsI. Seles Prev.Solei 34571 

Prev Dov Ooenlnl. S267i ue34 
JAPANESE YEN lIMM) 

Sper von. I ppInieeualsOOOOuODl 

IKU4SO .003936 Jun 604001 JB4007JKm6 503*47 
004150 603870 Sec 644014 604024 JB4013 604014 

00050 643405 Dee 604041 604044 604040 604034 

004140 60AI35 Mor 604061 

ESI Sain Prev.teles 7.28* 

Prev OovOPcninr. 27633 dllell 
SWISS FRANC (1MM1 „ 

speriraiK.iPoinieeuaisX.OOOl „ 

6400 543* Jun 5043 5843 5843 58S4 

.48n 5480 See 5870 5M4 5867 5078 

4360 5531 Dee 5400 5*13 5*00 5406 

.4028 5835 Mar 5941 

Esi.Sai-TS Prev.Seles 16434 

Prev. Dav Open ini. 37.436 oll2.<01 


—X 

—X 

—X 

—15 


+18 

+18 

+18 

+14 

+31 


+X 

+1S 

•6X 


Industrials 


Prev. Dov Open ini. 2560 ell 13 
SILVER (COMEX) 

S600 Irov OL-centsper trov oi. 


Esi.Seies Prev Soles X6 

Prev. OdvOeen Inl, 8611 up 77 
HOGS(CME) 

10600 lbs., cenis per lb. 

58.40 44.40 Jun 47.45 4850 

55.77 47.05 Jul SOiS 5160 

5457 4757 Aus 505S 5067 

SI .75 4550 Oci 4760 4750 

5065 46X Dee 4157 4860 

SOW 4655 Feb 4455 50.10 

4755 4450 Apr 4650 4170 

49.05 4140 Jim 4655 4850 

47.75 4755 Jul 4750 4460 

Esl. Soles S.la0 Prev.Seles 1147 
Prev. Dov Open IIP. 23581 ua23 
PORK BELLIES (CME) 
XODOIDs-ctnlsperib. 

0147 61.>2 Jul 486$ 46.40 

6065 6050 Ave 6610 6150 

7120 6115 Fob 7340 7365 

7560 MAO Mer 7355 7125 

7560 miO AAOV 7165 7455 

7100 64.70 jul 74J0 74je 

Eii.Seies 1727 Prcv.Saies 1513 
Prev OevOeeninl. 11527 eH265 


4755 

5053 

5050 

47.15 

4855 

4722 

4100 

4855 

4750 


*760 

73.15 

7360 

7165 

7460 


4117 

9065 

5060 

4762 

46J2 

5060 

4*65 

4863 

4465 


*IJ)7 

7173 

7135 

7455 

7465 


+67 

+.10 

+.15 

+.10 

+52 

+65 

+.75 

+53 

+.15 


—50 

+.15 

+J0 

+.45 

+55 

+65 


Currency Options 


PHILADELPHIA BKCHANOB 
Opliea B StriK* 

Unetrivino Price Celis-Losi 
Jun See 0«c 

I2JD8 Erihtii Peunes-ctnii Mr unit. 


June 11 


Puts— LOSl 

Jun Sep Dec 


BPbuna 108 

12134 119 

I3pJ4 1)5 

17651 i:9 

17*54 135 

12*54 136 

13134 lU 

90600 CeneOien Deiiars<entt per unil, 
COalir 71 1.4$ 

77 162 


:iJD 

1458 

ti 

0.10 


6.05 

SJO 

3.79 

165 


6.48 

460 


OJO 

3.70 


015 

0.70 

150 

3.15 

555 

145 


UO 

r 

5.40 




7363 73 r 

0.70 

r 

0.20 

161 

r 

7303 74 r r r 166 

62X00 West German Marks-csnts ear unit. 

1.64 


DMarV 30 4J3 

r 

r 

r 

r 


324? :* 323 

r 

r 

r 

r 


»X? )I 1.4) 

1*7 

r 

r 

020 


J142 n 04; 

1.41 

1.40 

06? 

oa 


23X3 )J 804 

O.M 

IXS 

r 

ia 


324? 34 r 

057 

107 

r 

r 


7147 3$ r 

oa 

877 

f 

2.74 



115600 Freneh FrencS'lOitis el e cent per unll. 
FF'one 100 r r B.IS r 

10*44 105 >55 r r r 

10644 115 r 060 r r 


fiTV'^'f Jnnaneae Yen-ioonit e( o coni per unit. 
jYcn h r r r r 

0)0 

4062 

a 

?oa 

r r 

r 

020 

4062 

]• 

160 

r r 

r 

r 

40 07 

40 

010 

160 r 

0.11 

062 

4803 

41 

r 

0x0 0.49 

r 

r 

6U00 Swiss Frana<onts per uml. 
SFranc 35 3J3 r r 

r 

01a 

3824 

3? 

f 

r r 

r 

028 

3854 

a 

02a 

IR 221 

805 

r 

a54 

J4 

0.06 

1 14 167 

02a 

1.63 

924 

40 

061 

02: 1X4 

r 

r 

3821 

4l 

r 

023 106 

r 

r 


158 

165 


Totol cell vol. 1776 Coll open Ini. 23S537 

Tetal pul vel. 5657 Pul open Int. n45C6 

r— Not troeed. &— No opilsn offereo.o-^ld. 
Los' is premium leurchose pricei 
Sajrec: AP 



5986 


6302 

6302 

6202 

6152 

+2 

14616 

5610 

JUl 

Aug 

6116 

6346 

6176 

617.7 

621.4 


11816 

5736 



*372 

6346 

*25.7 

+.1 

13306 

13156 

5906 

5956 

Oec 

*302 

+446 

4376 

*37.4 

6414 

*x 
+ 4 

11910 

10486 

9456 

4076 

6216 

6380 

Mar 

MOV 

Jul 

66+0 

oLAtn 

6S46 

ASOJ 

694J 

66*2 

*2 

*X 

+.7 

9406 *416 

794.0 6*76 

789.0 7256 

7706 70*6 

Est. Sabs 

Sep 6*15 6822 

Dec 

Jai 

Mor 

Prev.Sdles 14242 

*812 

6746 

6*5.3 

7084 

7111 

+6 

*1.0 

♦12 

+14 


Prev. Dov Open Inl. 77558 oHTSJ 
PLATINUM INYME) 

SO Irov OL- dollars per troy oz. 

30760 35160 Jun 2*140 

444J0 34160 Jul 361S0 :**i0 2*290 36490 

3*160 25060 Oct 2*068 m.OD 24160 264.10 

37190 24060 Jon Z7Z90 27560 37290 774.10 

32490 27550 Apr 37750 ai50 37750 779.10 

Esi.Sdles Prev.Soles 2644 

Prev. DovOeen Inl. 13521 up 14$ 

PALLADIUM (NYME) 

100 Irov oz-dof lors per e: 


•rl50 

+50 

+60 

+60 

+60 


IS4X 

4460 

JlXI 

*5.75 

9AX 

*520 

46.45 

+J5 

14125 

43X 

Sea 

43.TS 

4*20 

44.7$ 

9$.*$ 

+65 

14120 

4360 

Dee 

45X5 

4620 

«<20 

4*65 

+65 

IZ720 

9420 

Mar 

4560 

9725 

4560 

9*65 

*65 

11460 94X 

Ext.Sdloi 

Jun 9625 
Prev.Seles 

9720 

1SS 

4825 

4aJ0 

*85 


Prev.DayOpcnInt. 19X ail36 
GOLD (COMEX) 

100 trev oL- aellers per trev oa 

5)060 TBOa Jun 31160 31550 31360 31160 —50 

31650 31350 Jul 315.40 -50 

eOfJM 3*1.00 Aup 31100 31170 HeJM 311*0 -JO 

4nj)0 3476D Oct 32060 321X 32060 33050 —50 

48950 XI50 Dec 13350 32*60 33168 32450 —50 

40950 XIOO Feb 32*60 33050 334.X 338.70 —50 

4M60 314.» Apr 332.40 —JO 

■0550 3X5D Jun 33750 —50 

42L4e 9160 Aup 34250 —50 

50170 31560 Oel 34760 34760 34760 34758 -.34 

3*in 34260 Dec M7-W —50 

3*450 34100 Apr 3*3 40 -50 

Est.Soles Prev.Seles 25,77* 

Pr*v.OavOPcninM2ll42 UP444 


Finonciai 


U8 T. BILLS (IMM) 

61 million* ptsaMOOfKl. 

•Ill 6**4 See 4175 4162 

4l.'^9 8937 04K 4242 *146 

4364 0160 Mat 4265 4112 

411* 8761 Jun 41.74 

41.41 6660 Sen 

4165 044S Dec 

•154 >458 Mer 

Eit.Solos Prev.Solei *.430 

Prev. Oev Open Ini. 32651 ol«970 
10 YH. TREASURY ICBT) 

$100600 Drln< el9 A 32nd9 oMOO net 


*172 

•354 

4369 

9157 


*27* 

•249 

42.10 

•1.74 

4154 

•132 

91.13 


+.04 
+.10 
+64 
+ 10 
+64 
+64 


04-18 

70.9 

Jvn 

07-9 

00 

r-2i 

(7-30 

♦15 

HI 

75-11 

See 

■•65 

■7-3 

86-20 

B6-2I 

*1? 

87-13 

75-13 


Bs-r 

36 

85-71 

BS-31 

+17 

as-31 

85-7 

15-14 

74-30 

Mar 

Jun 

B+S 

852 

B+U 

85-2 

6+4 

♦)6 

*1* 

Esi. Sales 

Prev.Soles 12615 





Prev. Day OMn Inl. Sl.*e3 up 135) 
US TREASURY BONDS (CBTl 
(0 Pd^SIWBOI+pIs 1 3}n09 el 100 PCi) 


80-11 

57-S 

Jun 

78-9 

?8-a 

1»X 

1G14 

+M 

79-12 

57-10 

Sep 

776 

77-23 

77-7 

77-a 

*19 

78-13 

S7X 

Dee 

7+13 

7+X 

76-a 

7+21 

+20 

77-13 

57-2 

Mor 

7+12 

75-27 

75-11 

7+24 

+71 

7+« 

56-34 

Jun 

7+15 

7+a 

7+12 

7+29 

*34 

7521 

56-74 


73-20 

74-5 

R-lfl 

1+3 

*34 

7+24 

56-25 

Dec 

R-31 

73-11 

73.JI 

73-11 

+37 

7+15 

5+77 


72-13 

R-3D 

73-13 

T3-» 

+3* 

73-11 

63-i: 

Jun 

n-3J 

71-30 

71-20 

71-30 

+39 

R-27 

63-4 

See 

7) 

71-M 

71 

71-10 

+(1 

R-18 •3-34 

EN. Sales 

Oec 70-17 70-33 
Prev. Selesld8l7l 

70-10 

nt-is 

*11 


Prev.Oo*OP4nlni504,n alli6S7 
GNMA (CBT) 

5100600 prln- pl9 & JDidb of 100 Pd 
77-4 57-17 Jun 74-3 7*.14 

761* ff-13 Scp 75-14 75-a 

7SCS S*-4 D4C 

796 M-X Mor 

74-U SBU Jun 

lS-31 65 Sep 

Ell. Soles Prev.Seles 45* 

Prev. Dov Open int. 4J17 oHX 


7* 

7H 


London Commodities 

June 1 1 


Close Preylous 
Hipn Low Bid Ack Bid Ask 

SUGAR 

Sierlino per meiriclon 
Au9 40*0 £8 4& $4*0 3460 87 80 X DO 

Ocl 4260 4100 4)-:0 4U0 48.60 9080 

Dec 48 SG 4760 44 iO 47 JQ ?e 00 47.40 

Mor IQ168 16670 106:0 I064Q :CS50 10690 
May 11180 !i:8C 11360 1136? I136D 11160 

Aue >;090 i:c>» ii4-:o TI440 imoo i;060 

Del I2SC0 I2&HI 17458 i:4*i) l3J.in 1^60 
;6l'jme »*?! ic!5 of 55 ten^ 

COCOA 

Sierline per melrte Ion 


Jiv 

Sep 

Dee 

Mer 

MOV 

JIV 

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VoNme: 3 jW la!s of 10 Tiini 

COFFEE 

Sieriiap per metric Ion 


Jiv 

Sep 

siov 

JOII 

Mor 

Moy 

JIV 


AbO 

Sen 

Oct 

NOV 

Dec 

Jon 

Feb 

Mer 


2644 2670 2675 
3,116 2.131 3.133 
2157 1155 2 158 
:.I<S 7163 2154 
2.140 ;.l» 2.165 
7580 :.|70 MSS 
:2DD 2.160 2.160 


3685 :?6S 26*8 
3.138 3.I1C- M17 
3 173 ;.l$3 2.154 
2.302 2.131 3.141 
2 143 2.1*: r.i?i 
H.T. t;7. 2.176 
ST M T. 2.TM 
vplume. IA21 le's cl i Ions 
GASOIL 

U S. dollors per metric lOP 
JIV 7135? 21?76 31250 71025 210.75 

:i200 2V> 75 2I0A5 310 75 20* M 20«.7S 
3i; 75 3I12S 311.75 21100 31150 211 J5 
216 00 21350 3UC0 31450 31350 314 08 
NT N.T 31500 :i7.50 3156 0 31700 
NT NT 317.25 731 0? 314 00 225 00 
NT rl T 7173 * 323 0CI 7IS00 775(» 
ST N T 3i«.0G 37360 21SOO»S.OO 
NT. NT 71306 32600 No^w llev; 
■jglgme* 1.481 lot^ Of 100 Ions. 

SsLir'Tes PtvMnana i.ortae'i Per-ofeum £■• 
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S&P 100 Index Option.^ 

June 11 




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London Metals 

June 11 


PrevlMS 


Bid 


Ask 


827.00 

658.0C 


Close 

810 Ask 

ALUMINUM 
steiiino Per metric Ion 
SPOI 82186 822 00 825 00 

forward BJ5X? BJS5C 84450 

COPPER CATHODES (HIph Grade) 

Sierlinp per melric Ion 
spal I.I2S60 1.12*68 1.12100 1.12460 

farvyard 1.14300 1.14350 1. 14200 T.T4350 

COPPER CATHODES (SianOorai 
Sierlino per metric ion 

SPOI I.IIS'M 1,11*80 1.11108 I.II7X^0 

lormerd MSI.OO 1.13150 1.12708 I.I34CQ 

LEAD 

Sierilnp per melric Ion 
•iPOf 30260 3U 00 300.00 30&50 

Icrwerd 30360 30250 30360 30250 

NICKEL 

Slerlifip per melric Ion 
seal 451500 462500 4 aOO.DC 44IC04 

lorwora 4J7060 4675.00 4Jg569 46«0.06 

SILVER 

Pence ncr Irov ounce 

seal 48660 467.00 48150 48750 

forward 50100 30300 4*700 4*800 

TIN (Slenaord) 

Slerlinp eer metric ton 
seal 45*000 '}47i).i» rsitui e.*SiiX 

forward 455500 456000 4540.00 454S'X 

ZINC 

Sletiino Per metric ion 

»ol 58000 581 00 582 00 M3W 

lorwerd 5fU0 S4I.D0 5*200 S43C0 

SJurce.' AP 


Company 

Earnings 

Revenue ■and profits, in millions, 
are m local cur.-ences unless 
otfseryyse indicated 

Britain 

Guinness (Arthur] 


7+8 

+15 

CBT; 

CME; 

IMM; 

7+20 

+15 


7+30 

♦15 

NTCSCE: 

74-12 

+15 

NYCE; 

7+34 

+15 

COMER; 

7+17 

+15 

NYME: 



KCBT: 

NYFE: 


LUMBER (CMEl 
1X000 Dd. II.- Sner l60Dbd. ft. 


23050 I24X 
1*758 13S50 

186.10 13790 

18760 144*0 

14560 15090 

17*60 15360 

IX.« 1T140 
Esi Seles 
Prev. Day Open ini. 10A44 un44 


Jul 1*160 1*250 19660 157JB —SJO 
See <6140 14450 151.10 194J0 — IM 
Npv 1*269 1*110 15850 16060 —100 
Jon 16659 1*350 1*350 16960 —160 
Mer 171 X 171X 14860 16*50 —150 
Man 17*60 17*60 17660 17U0 —156 
Jul 16160 19160 13456 181.40 +160 
Frev SolM 1506 




Jul 

*173 

6260 

6113 

6135 

— XO 




6160 

6165 

6120 

6127 

—30 

13 00 

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Qec 

61.95 

6160 

6125 

61X0 

—21 

7*25 

41.40 

Mar 

6360 

6360 

6157 

0163 

—26 

7060 

612* 

MOV 

4320 

6320 

6100 

6360 

—24 




*365 

*365 

6350 

6153 

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eSxa 5920 Oct 60X5 4020 

Es> SoiA Prev.Soles 1207 

Prav.DovOpen ml. 1+264 oHB4 

60X5 

60X3 

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HEATING OIKNYME) 


75 20 

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Jul 

*665 

6850 

67J0 

67.95 

+ 37 

7520 

66X0 

Aue 

*725 

*720 

47M 

67.10 

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*7.75 

67.95 

6720 

6725 

+39 

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Oct 

6870 

6870 

6860 

6860 

+M 



Nev 

*425 

6*25 

64X 

6960 

+.15 

7825 

4920 

Dee 

7800 

7020 

6925 

69.75 

*25 

7* 90 71.40 Jar 7875 70.75 

Esi Solas Praw.Sdles 6.113 

Prav. Do* Open ini. 30.1*8 ue204 

7875 

783S 

+M 


CRUDE OIL INYME) 
1600 bbl. dollars oerBbl. 


2424 

2A10 

Jul 

27X 

2710 

34J7 

36.97 

+.16 

2*27 

?42S 


36.10 

^634 

3663 

3*68 

+ 1? 

2920 

34 08 

See 

3564 

2562 

2526 

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+ 07 

2*20 

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3165 

2528 

2528 


3930 

24X0 

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2535 

25X6 

35.35 

7AY4 

+m 

TtJO 

2L«d 

Dec 

25.16 

2524 

2565 

2115 

+J9 

2950 

:46f 

Jan 

2561 

2561 

24.95 

34.95 

+ IK 

2946 24X5 Feb 2A«a 2A*0 

Est.Sdlec Prev.Soles 17x93 

Prev.Oov Ooenlnl. *3.11$ up 1208 

24.98 

34.90 

+62 


Stock indexes 


SP COMP. INDEX ICME) 

poinnandcenl* _ _ 

171.95 15*10 Jun 18465 1*065 ia8«0 IW5S —60 

145*0 i«a.00 Sn> I41M I43J0 l«260 141W —59 

144.10 17550 Oec 147JH 14765 l«450 14965 —50 

X:23 14810 Mor 3MJS 30055 14760 2UX —65 

ESI. Soles 9C.ZU Prev Sole* 475*3 
Prtv.Oov Ooenlnl. 80,772 uoi.tio 
VALUE LINE(KCBT) 

pointsondcfnn „ 

21460 17300 Jun l«468 1+445 19865 i«ax —1.10 

31259 13575 S«n 20195 30360 3021IS 2E5a -169 

:i:00 73960 Pec XniC 20(50 X*X 20*70 -169 

Esf. Soles prev Seles 3554 

Prev. Oo' open inl 8697 atf533 
NV$E COMP. 1N0EX(NYPBI 
pcInKonocenf* _ 

111.15 4060 Jun 104.45 11060 10455 10460 —55 

11360 4155 See 11130 11259 11160 lli.es -58 

IlSiO 10150 OfC 114X 114X n‘450 11460 —X 

11750 104X Mor 11*50 11450 11873 11*69 -X 

Bst.sales 11514 Frev.SoM 8773 
Pr4...Oav0Mninl. 13547 atl303 


Cornmodity Indexes 


Moodvs_„_.._._ 

Rpulera. 


Close 
908.60 < 
1,778.30 
N51. 
NJL 


OJ. Futures 

Com. Resear cn Bureau. 

AAooCv's : bose 100 : Dec. 31. 1431. 
o • areiiminarv ; f • finol 
Reuters : base 100 : Sea. 1B. 1931. 
Po\Y Jones : bose 100 : Dec 31, 1974. 


Previsus 
913..10 1 
1,774.70 
131.15 
73360 


Morket Guide 


Chico+o Board of Trod* 

CMcaso Mercanllle Eatfionpc 
Internoiionol .SDonelarv Morkei 
OI Chieeoe .V.ergerille Entfirntp* 

New > erk CooM. Suoor. CoHee Ekchcrtpc 
New York Coiion S.(Clianoe 
Cemmoditv Eyoienpe. New York 
NSW YgrK Mereeniiie Etenonpe 
a.onses Cilv Board of Trade 
New York Futures Eacfcnpe 


Asian Commodities 

June 11 



HONG-XONG GOLD FUTURES 
U69 PCr ounce 

Ci*M! Previcui 
Hion LOW Bid Ask Bid Ash 

jun _ NT N T. j:::! :i4«i :i:o? 3 :jk 
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Dec _ H.T N.T J218{- :2SC-? 322.-:? 32J3g 
Feb . N.T NT 33" PC 227 1; ::*.■» .-isao 
API ... 332 60 321C0 231 SC 123 81) 321 00 KJX- 
Vsiume* 73l?!sol 100 o: 


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INTEIUNATIONAL HERAU> TRIBUNE, SATURDAY-SUNDAY, JUNE 8>9, 1985 


Page 15 


BUSHiESS RfNINDUP 


COMPANY NOTES 


^Resoiis Inteioiatioiial 
Seen Bidding for TWA 




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.By jotm Cmdele Mian^ Rorida. Officials » TWA 

ffete York Sariee in Mear Ynrir rfAffTtni^ in ennnnBit , 

NEW YORK — Reseats Inter- In addition to putting the airiine 

aational Inc, the boiel and casino np for sale, TwA omdids have 
operator, hasjoined the bidding for been trying to hlcdc the aqcnmula' 
Trans World Airlines, according to lion of more of its Stock by Mr. 
Wall Street sources. lewiin 

^ 'Tbe50Drces.wlx>a5kednottobe TWA has also asked-fbe Depart- 

' named, $&d Thursd^that Rkohs meatofTranspMlatimtohaltMr. 

was oonndered <me oS the prime Icahn's moves untiT ah investiga- 
candkfates to acquire TWA, wtqch can Hoarding his 

is trying to avoid a takeover by Carl nmesaioittnan airibe. - 

C. Icahn, a New York Snander. 

Texas Air C(^, adiich owns 
Cmtinental iUilmes. is also be- 
lieved to be vezy interested in 
TWA the sources said. But Eastern 


■ En5teniBid*UiiH^ 
Eastern Ah lines sad h is now 
“unlikdy” to pmsuea merger with 
TWA because ■**lhe and 


Airlines is said to have to conqrlexities involved qrpear to 
the possilM^ of lintrino its (IcM <’*icw^8b the posAle^benefits of 


T. 

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whh that oi TWA Anrhuer option 
under sturb' is a managemeat-led 
leveraged biqrouL 
But the sources said all options 
4p^t be i)ut on hold tenqwrarily, 
espedalN if TWA can continue to 
stynue Mr. Icahn’s takeover efforts 


any sd(A oombinai^'* Reuters re- 
ported Friday from MiamL 


Reuiei^Insdnjei: 

IXscussPlathase 


Jtauers' 

YORK — Renters 
Hddinf^ PLC said Fndn that 
it was in prdiminaiy mscu^ 
ski^ with tnsrinH Cotp. IQ ac- 
quire about 20 percent of In* 
stinet's common stock at S2S 
per share m a proposal vidued 
at $30 million lo $35 
It said the prqxrsd wdudftt 

the right to annflier 3] 

ftercent at $32 per share. A por- 
li(Ml of thepUFChase price may 
conast of Jrenters securities. 

foatinet operates a oompnta 
Q^stem nduch prorides' market 
information and automated 
trading of eqidiies other 
S tm i l ar fifunwal ingt nmmtg. 
Reuters provides fcmifimic anH 

Bnanctaf in formariem tO bus- 

nesses and news organizations. 


Dutch/ Shell Group Oaims 
Victory in Bid for Shell Oil 


The Astodaua Pms 
NEW YORK — Ihe Royal 
Dntch/Shdl Gnnp s^ that by 
the dose of business Friday, Shdl 
Oil Col would become a wholly 
owned subsidary, ctm^leting a 
SS.7-bilIkm acqidstiai bid thu 
gan over a year uo. 

A Certificate of mjerga-, elective 
at the end of the btirii^ d^. was 
filed Friday with the seem^ <tf 
state d D^war^ where Shdl OiL 
s meorpwaied, iiKigmg SheD into 
SFNV Holfin^ Una, anenher Roy^ 
al PtHdi/ Shan subskliaiy. 

Rtpral Dntch/Shell, based in 
Britam and the Netheriands, is the 
woritTs second-largest oQ ctxrqiaiiy 
after Exxon Gem and has hm a 
mmority of Sbdl tMTs sto^ ance it 
heqi^ form the oooqtany in 1921 
The group earned the eqisvakmt 


nearly $4.9 UDioo on revenue of 
$86.7 tnBioQ in i9g4. 

Shell 0^ bas^ in Houston, is 
the seventh-latest oO "0"» p» ny in 
the United States, with earnmgs 
last year of aloHasi $1.8 billion on 
revenue of S20.9 bfilioiL 


Royal Dutch/Shell already 
istou 


SovieteSeek Saccharin’s DissoMngMm'^ 


New: Oil Finds 


souri Siqneoie 
quest by Mr. Icahn to lift a low 
court order that, tenqxvaxi^ bars 
him frxnn buying mme IWA stock. 

‘ I ^ Word of Resorts' interest in 
; TWA qrparen^ leaked out to 
s' Wall Street Thursday. One nimor 
1- was that Resorts, an (9>erator of 
caanos in Atiantic Giy and the 
BahamaSi was wilfing to pay in the 
low $205 a dure for the airiraeL 
^ i^TWA diares ctosed at $I9J0 
-^ridsy on the New Yak Suxtic Ex- 
•ji' change iq> SO cents from Thursday. 

Traders said it was a ^ifigflnf 
tbat the airfinds stock was hover- 
'* ing above the $18 a share bring 
ered by Mr. This m«»ns 
that pnrfesacmals thinfc- there is a 
real posdt^Qr (tf a, new bidder 
' !. emerpng, they srid. 

TWA n domestic and inteina- 
tibnal carrier, was pat iq) fev sale 
' ' t last month in an effort by its man- 
agement to off a takeover l»d 
from Mr. -Icahn, vriio owns 32.71 


(Condnoed fiim Page 13) 


(Continued from P^ 13) soda, wQl awrinm to equate Cum- 

drioJe maker uses some bl^ the beda^ with efiet i^odtuts. 

, < , , • Butter Buds, a powdered magar- 

n Whue Sweet n Lov^s volume igg gmj bntter si&titute hmwIa of 

c^bas calledforasbaJcenpoftte shm of the market has remained restnictnredbuttcrfatandcomsvr- 
oil bureancraey ^ tightening the stable, Mr. Eisenstadt. adcnowl- ^ and introdDced five ^ 
oigui^ticm and management of edged hs shrinMng suiket diaie. ^ ‘ ~ - 

oilfidds. In the second quarter of 1983, he 

said, his cooqui^ c aptur ed 72.8 
percent tiie axofiriu sweetener 
maritet ^ the q»isg quarter of 
staffer 


the West SRMxian 
And r the Soviet kaderahip is 
starting^ comet its lUst faOine to 
pay sufficient to esqjlora- 

tion: Mr. Gnstafeoir said that the 


1 984, its share had been cat to 66.2 
new five-year plan' for 1986-90, pezeenL Aqianame had 21.6 per- 
which is to be adopted next Febru- cent the market In the qnsu 
aiy by flie 27fli CSo mmuni St Party quanercfl984,andothercoiiq)eti- 
c(»gress,wfll cdlfor a40^>er^t tots had ll2 percent, 
ovei^ ihciease in dl exploration. Bat indnsciy analysis do not 
witii a ^percent increase in Sbe- sluue the Bsemtadts* frith in sac- 
riaand'adniltinigtrf’oKhoieex- diarin's hold cri die mariceqrlace. 
ploratUMi, the biggest riiare of ‘*Most growth in the mriivrtriiti 
whi^ wiH be in me Barents Sea, maiket is anartam^'* said Arnold 
of the Arctic Ocean north of Snider of Kidder, Peabody & Co. 
Eunqiean part cf Soviet **My guess is the bnDc wnr-harm 


has increased CDnibedand*s sales 
by 25 percent Ihe Eisenstadts in- 
trodneed Nu-Salt 10 years ago, but 
Mr. Bsenstadt acknowledged that 
the artificial salt market was veiy 
small, because no (me has dev^ 


a product that ta^ like salt 


.Salt aoconnts for 2 pereent of 
Cumbertand* s resknue. 


Unkm and Noriray. ! 

*^Qdrbadiev is detennined to go 
ba(5c to the Andropov energy po- 
licy based os conservation — and 


t- 


arifs 


lercent of TWA's sto^ He recent- 
y threa 


ly threatened to withdraw his $18- 
Brshare Ud. 

Resorts International nffiri»k . 
not remm tdephooe calls toihe 
ermapany’s headrpiarters in N(^. 


be riowed down,” said Mr. ' 
son, who recentiy r e tome d from 
Moscow. 

Fal^ wodd o3 prices have ex- 
aeeriiated tiieprobl^ of using (A 
to earn fofriga_ciirrea^. 


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erages. ”Our egqiaiise is tabletop 
sweeuDos,” he saidl "We're limit- 
ed in nhat we can da We give them 
advice, but let them do it.” 


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fieation from his experience 
cyriamales were buireeH in 1969. 
Siodium cQnqxntads with an ex- 
tremely sweet taste, (ydamaies 


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owneci 69.4 percent of ShriTs 
when it offoed to buy the remain- 
ing shares on JaiL 24, 1 984 for $55 a 
riiare. It later raised the rid to &8 a 
share, and thca agreed to pay an 
ad£tk»a] $2 a share to settle 
darms tw scane minority sharo- 
holders that the (^er was imfrirly 
low. 

Royal Dnuh/Sbdl now owns 
94.6 percent of S^'s stock, and 
once the mags is co^leie will, 
imder Delaware bw, gaio 
eoatrol without having to sew the 
(xmsent d the hewers d 16.7 mD-'’ 
lion minority shares. 

It said that (mce the merger takes 
effect, each share rtniemnHing pQ] 
be converted instead into a ri^t to 
receive the mwia p^ment from 
Rc^al Dutefa/ShdL 

Some disadeat ritaiehoilders be- 
lieve the axDpany's stoch is wexth 
op to $1 10 a share. Under. Dela- 
ware law, those sharriiolders mas 
ask a court lo set the value of tbeff 


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Roam 

TOKYO —Mitsubiriu Elec- 
tric CQrp.pbttS to set up apbnt 
in (he United States to produce 
car triqibones, color tritons 
and conqmter dispbys, Mcmya 
Suki, the ooovany's president- 
dect, said Frid^. 

He said the oonqiaity is abmit 
to compete the pmoase of a 
rite in Atlanta for (he new 
plant, vdiidi vrill be vAoDy 
owned by bfitsobisfai Qectiic 
America Iho, the coinpany’s 
U.S. snbsiifaiy. 


Bmzl PLC said it had raised its 
bid for hammer PLC to £134.7 
millioa ($171 million), or 450 pence 
per ordmaiy share, on a sbare^er 
baas. Bunzl said its offer would be 
withdrawn if Bramma^s pnqiosed 
Bcqdsition of Eneigy Sovi^ ft 
Bectrorucs PLC proceeds, Bram- 
mer shares rose SO pence, to 408 
pence, after the announennenL 

anna Clays PLC said it 
plans to raise about £86 j millkxi 
through a l-for-4 issue of 
40.6 mtiiinn new ordinary shares at 
220 pace e^ The craipany srid 
would be used to (irouce 


Metal Box S^pore Ltd. said it 
propc^ a l-for-4 bonus issue on 
its existing issued capital of 33.31 
million shares. The new shares 
would not quality for the final divi- 
dend of 12 percent fw the 

year ended March 31, it said. 

MoMl said its Mobil Ch^ 
one BV unit had agreed to sell its 
marioe-coatings plant in the Neth- 
erlands to a unit of Grow Group 


Inc. for an undisclosed price. S^- 
CbemicaiC 


Beneficial to Sell 
WestemAuto 


Raaers 

WILMINGTON. Ddaware — 
Benefidal Corp. srid Frid^ that it 
had sigued a tetter of intmt to seD 
its Western Auto Siq^ Co. sub- 
riifiary to Wesiay Capital Cc^ fm 
about $300 siilfioiL 


stock, but they liric bring awarded 
be$(»4 ■ ■ - -- 


tess than the S60-a-share that Shdl 
^promised. 

Meaondule, by completing the 


fflerger_btfore Mond^, Royal 
" be aUe to 


Dutch/SheD will be aue to save 
$835 million in dh/idend p^ 
mats. 

Sh^ had earlier declared a 
c^ular quartesty divideod of SO 
cats a snare but said h woi^ be 
to shares of record as (tf next 

ly- 


Beneficial said the man^ement 

Western Auto, a merdtandiser 
of automotive paiis, would partici- 
pate in the agreemat, but it did 
not elaborate. BeneficiaL a diversi- 
fied finanpfai b(ddii^ Company, 
said it had dedcM to ooncatraie 
resources on its consumer nnandri 
service operations. 

Wesray Capital, a private invest- 
ment bsnldng firm set iq> in 1981 
by VfiDiam E Sinum, a former U.& 
Treasury Secreiaiy, has acquired 
14 cMwpflTiieg with comUned reve- 
mies in excess of $6 bOIi^ in 1984. 
Last month, it agreed to 
Wilson %x)iling Goods frran 
siCo Inc. for more than $150 
Ikm. 


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Flat SpA said its Fiat Tratiori 
unit had signed an agreement with 
Qiina valw at $90 milljoa to 
build tractors in f^anghai and the 
central Chinese city ol Luqyang. 
The factories are expected to start 
production in 1987, using Otinese- 
built engines and Hat-supplied 
parts, the oompimy said. 

Fonoosa PbBRics said it had been 
asked by the Taiwan gpvernmenl to 
boy Cathay Investment ft Trast 
Co^ one of Cathay Group’s two 
finanginiiy troubled banks. Wang 
Ju^-Qung, the oon^any's chair- 
man, said^ had rgectM the re- 
quest 

Honda Motw Co. \tin be listed 
ao the Paris Bourse <m June 20. a 
craqiaiiy ^lokesman said. French 
investors’ holdings of Honda now 
total about 4 imllioD shares, he 
added The listing wflj raise Ihe 
number of overseas wr*anyy on 
which Honda is listed to sdl 

Lotas De w lopn m ti Corp. said it 
entered into a definitive agreement 
to acquire Daiaspeed Inc. l4)tus 
srid it would pay holders of Data- 
speed’s 2.36 million common 
shares outstanding $1 .55 a share in 
cash plus up to 44 cents a share one 
year after the merger. 


lately, Mobil CbemicaT Co. said it 
srid its coatings business m Mexico 
to R^io Efflpresas S.^ for about SS 

rmllinn 

Pfai^ Mraris Inc. will apply this 
mcEitb to li&t its shares on the 
ItyO Stock ^hanK, Daiwa Securi- 
ties Co. said as lead underwriter. 
The shares would be listed under 
the name of a new holding compa- 
ny, Philip Morris Cc^ he said. 

Toronto-Doainion Bar* said it 
had agreed to acquire Euro-Pacific 
Finance Crip., an Australian met^ 
chant bank with assets d $398.5 
nwTitftn Terms were not (lisdosed 

lliHted Airiines said it will add 
right roundtrip flints daily be- 
tween San Fiandsco and Los .An- 
getes, Srattle and Portland Or^u 
on July 1 as it continues to rebuild 
its struce-impaired route structure. 
The carrier said it would be operat- 
ing 237 nights drily. 


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ingMudbyi 


For our head office in Amsterdam we are 
looking for an 


International 

Controller 


TTiis posti(Mi will repc^ directly to the 
Corporate V.R Rnance and will oversee 
all aspects ol the control function, 
business analysts, finance and treasure 
in aU our 24 operations in 7 diflerent 
countries. The individual who joins us 
will also be actively involved in our 
international acquisition program and 
planning activity. 


As the person who Joins us will spend 
the fiist year in Amsterdam and then be 
transferred in the same function to our 
Boston office, hefehe needs to have U.S. 
nationality. Furthermore we are looking 
for someone with a multi-nationai pro- 
duction oriented comply. The posses- 
sion of a MBA or equivalent In 
Accounting of Rnance is highly 
desirable, and a willingness to travel is 
a musL 


Our compensation package including 
fringe benefits, is competitive. There 
also are definite career growth oppor- 
tunifiea 


If you are interested in a job with poten- 
tial, please write in confidence stating 
your salary requirements to: 


J.W. Lamain, Personnel Manager, 

N.V. Indivers, Building 72, ROlBox 775St 
1117 ZM Schiphol (Amsterdam), 

The Netholanda 


Audit senior 


UN GRAND GROUPE AMERICAIN, leader 
mcMidial dans ses acthdt^ offre une possibilite 
de carrtere Internationale a un Audit Senior. 


Base a Paris, il exercera ses fonctions sur plu- 
sieurs pays d’Europe, pour des filiales industriei- 
les etyou commerciales et. selon les missions, il 
pourra avoir d encadrer une equipe. 

Ce posts conviendrait d un candidat ayant un 
bon niveau universitaire et une experience reus- 
sie de 3 ans ou plus au sein d'un cabinet d'Sudit 
(ou comme audit interne d'un grand groupe), par- 
faitement bilingue anglais-frangais. 


Lo reussife dans ce poste parliculierement for- 
moteur )ui ouvnra de larges perspectives d'ftvo- 
lution de carriere. 

. Le condldot retenu b6n6ficiera dune formation 
I preaiable de o semaines aux USA. 

■ £ci1i 

A Disc 


Retire sous refer. DT 480 AH 

Discretion absolue 


4, rue Massenet 
75116 Paris 




















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INTERWATTONAL herald TBIBUWE, SATDRDAY-SUWQAY, JUNE 1985 


j.- A: 


ACROSS 


ACROSS 


ACROSS 


1 Good-natured 
exchan^ 

7 Alaska 

12 Final touch 

17 Word with 
share or sole 

21 Salad 
ingredient 

22 Ava friend: 
Fr. 

23 Waterwheel 

24 Byron poem 

25 Directors are 


55Spit<»’|^ 
follows 
56 Travail 

58 the face of 

59 Forms a lap 
60{>nnbus 

61 Ambit 

62 Rock salt 

63 Skater 
Babilonia 

64 Dowsers are 


27TogM 

kindling,— 

29 Word With 
apart or amiss 

36 City in Utah 

31 Par — (by 
airmail) 

33 African worm 

34 Site of many 
VanC^h 
paintings 

35 City maps 

36Ei^gedlass 

40 AfTixM 

44 Coitiadict 

45 Lassie and 
Astaare— 

46 Spiny 

47 Another look is 

a 

49 In medias— 

50 Sprawled 

51 In Hades 

52 Kentish 
freedman 

53 Poilu's weapon 

54 '* Irish 

Rose" 


67 Saltwater 
springs 

68 Anglo>Sa^ 

freemen 

70 HeatfacUfTs 
milieu 

71 — Mai. Thai 
city 

72 A biblical 
language 

74 Medieval 
bards were 


76 Finance man: 
Abbr. 

79 Moon valleys 


80 Apples, e^. 

81 West 
namesakes 

82 Synagogue 
83Westeniski 

resort 

84 At 

(uncertain) 

85 Factory 

87 Flinch 

88 Bandleader 
Kenton 


89 Songbird 

90 Vogue 

91 Run 

92 Mountain on 
whidi Aaron 
died 

93 A couturier's 
display is 
a— 

96 Chaise 

occupant 

97 All 

99 Fraternal- 
order member 

100 Long pillows 

191 Foxy fellow 

102 Obloquy 

103 comedian 
MUtO) 

194 Black bird 

105 Harsh light 

106 "We're off 
— >.tbe 
Wizard” 

107— ensc^ 

111 Marionettes 
are — 

A15 Artists' studios 
are— » 

118 were 

(seemingly) 


You Mi^t SayTliaL.. bysaii-ycoyie 


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119 Advantages 

120 Arbitrated for 

the Cards 

121 Dine in public 

122 Humdinger 

123 Tedious 

124 Old hat 

125 Gag feeder 


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1111 1112 1113 I 


whata 

17UM3 

M/eriT y 


O New Yerfc Tones, edised by Eageais lAdeduu 


DOWN 


DOWN 


DOWN 


DOWN 


DOWN 


DOWN 


DOWN 


1 Kind of man or 
seller 

2 Pier of a sort 

3 Miim. neighbor 

4 Buster 
Brown’s dog 

5 Curie, 

daughter of 
Marie 

6 Taped 

7 lizard 

(Gila monster) 

8 Suffixes with 
suffer and 
utter 

9 Actress 
Madeline 

0 Scottish uncle 

1 Reject 

2 Provoked 


3 Small salmtm 

4 Goffer 

5 Pinch 

16 Feature of the 
Gay Nineties 

17 Flexible 

18 Varnish 
ingredient 


37 Air fare is 
a— 

38 Recluse 

39 Ascetics of 
yore 


49 Finally 
41 Exaggerated 
fear 


51 Wall Street 
optimists 
53 Sp^ 

55 Street for 
Pedro 

56 Bitter 

57 Furze 

58 Part songs 


19 Mork’s planet 
26 Existed 


26 Existed 
26 Eyed 

provocatively 
28 Make croutons 
32 Worthless 

34 Writers 
Edwards and 
Sexton 

35 River of the 
Southwest 

36Mbssback 


42Avlctbry 
celebration is a 


43 Mr. Gardner's 
namesakes 


Johnny!" 

61 Pumps. e.g. 

62 Minute 
distances 


44 CariJlon item 

45 Actress 
Keatoo 


47 Asian goat 
antelope 

48 Spills over 


64 Wednesday’s 
eponym 

65 Moslem 
prayer leaders 

66 Money in Peru 
67Apaneof 

stamps 


66 President 
Arthur's wife 

71 Davit, e.g. 

72 Uninvited 
attendee 

73 Water-soluble 
protein 

74 JagorCQg 

75 Dumbfound 

77Shipoffidal 

78 Edits 

86 Consisting of 
flaky layers 

82 Dwarf 

84 Get of 

oneself 

85 Catch, in 
Cannes 

86 Rustic road 

87 Pickled pigs’ 
feet.e.8. 


89*iypeoflight- 
. veisequatrain 

90 Locked 

91 Bryant and 
Whittier 

93Model-T 

adjunct 

94 Lotion 

95 Kind of cream 
or dough 

96 Scicoloni on 
the screen 

98 Scholastic's 
phrase for 
"existence 
realized" 

100 By 

102 Wood for catn- 
network 

103 . . Amateur 
Hour" man 


165 Cuckoo 
106 Bugle call 
167Marquand 
sleuth 
108M 

199 Self-righteous 




T WAS HOT, THE STEAK 
WAS 

. WAS AAV BLIHP pats 



ANDY CAPP 


116 Family of 
Ercolelll 


111 Palais social 
event 

112 Baton Rouge 
hist. 


113 "Black gold" 

114 Noted painter 
of birds 

116 Training insL 
at Woolwich, 
Eng. 

117 Marmot's kin 


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PeSCENb, 

'^AUNT J 
FICRRIE?, 


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WIZARD of ID 


REMEMBERING AMERICA: A Sandler 
of the WPA American Guide Serieo 

Edited by Archie Hcbson. 391 pp. S24.95. 
Columbia Unh^ity Press, 562 W. II 3th Street, 
New York, N. Y. 10025. 


BOOKS 


Reviewed by Jonachgn Yardley 

T he FEDERAL WRITERS PROJECT was es- 
tablished in 1935 to create worit for writers, 
which it did, but it accomplished a gieat deal more 
than that. In the yeus of the project’s exis- 
uace, the writers laboiug for it, many of vdiom 
later became quite prominenL produced 53 
"guides** to American states and cities. These hef^, 
densely packed volumes made splendid companions 


special treat to have the generous selection from 
them that is provided in "Remembering America.'* 
h contains more than 500 brief passa^ from the 
guides — most are only a paragraph in kmgth — the 
mmnlaTTw effect of is Doth to provide 
suarive evidence of the quali^ of the mdes ana to 
offer glimpses of an America tbat^ now has 


for motorists, automobOe toming having come 
^te tborou^y into vogue ^ the late I» 0 s. but 
th^ also made splendid reading for anndtair trav- 
elers;, viio could md in ilxm a remarkably detailed, 
evocative portrait (d! the United States. 

Over the years the guides have aoquiied a certain 


l^end and mystique, all the mme so as copies have 
become more and more difficult to find, so it is a 


The passages are arranged ^ general sutgect 
matter rather than states ra re^ons; the gmpiia^ijs 
tends to be on yarns, anecdotes and folk histoiy 
rather thflM scemc descr^on, thou^ some of that 
is included as weD. The canvas is Inoad: a vivid 
description of Coney Island on a crowded sommer 
day, synmtfaetic dejncticats of southern mill vil- 
ifies and California aspat^us pidters, hymns to 
the might and reach of railroads, a brief history of 
the Hmfields and McC^s. 

The style is casual wiy, attentive but detached. 
The books were Curst and foremost guides, but tb^ 
were written by men and women many of whom had 


DENNIS THE MENAGE 


Sohitioa to Last Week's Puzzle 


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more on tbdr minds than the routine desa^uoD of 
locd landmarks or the dry radiation of state histo- 
iy- 

No b^es are attached to the guides, but trften 
you hear an individua] voice: "An expan^-e mood 
ts one of the most fannliar and sometimes costly 
first responses to a Florida winter sun. The person 
noted for tadiunuty in his home community often 
becomes loquadous, determined that those about 
him shat! know that be is a man aS «fnhgancg. This 
frequently makes him an ea^' piqi to ancient cc^- 
dence games; sometimes leatu to unpremeditated 
matrimony, almost ineritably results in the 
acquisition of si^wifluous buildif lots.” 

"An outstanding instiniutni of early Kemmerer 
[Wyoming] was the saloon of 'Preaching Lime* Hlg- 
gins, who daimed that he never served a drink to a 
man already 'under the influence.' Ch’er the mmor 
bdimd the bar hung mottoes: *Don*t buy a drink 
before seeing that your babybas shoes'; 'whatei'er 
you are, be a good one’; ‘nil tte mouths the 
t^dren rirsL* C^e painm rtrfrked that kc liked 
Preadung Lime's place becanse he could repent 
while anning and ‘get the whole thing over at 
once.'” 

Delights ^ifh as this abound in "Rememb^iK 
America": Archie Hobson has made a wise, varied 
often suipriring seiection from the guides, and Bill 
Stott has tied it all together with brief. iUuimnating 
imrodoctions. 

In <me of these he remarks: "The guides are 
preoccupied with fortune. Tbdr riew of America is 
of a fortuitous, that is a random, land And tbdr 
wannest sympathy goes to the vast mtyori^ of 
Americans whose fortune, in both senses of the 
word has been mediocre at best” 

That is in evi^ respect an accurate description of 
the guides, and it goes a long way toward ei^laining 
why they lem^ a half-centuiy tfter tbea incqi- 
tion, so pertinent and readable: the land b^ 
changed, to be suie, but in the United Stales of die 
1930s we can still see ourselves. 








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SPORTS 


Page 19 




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Wilander, Lendl Oust McEnroe, Connors 


* * ■ .•* '• •— 


Lany Boira, die Od)^ shorts 
Lezomo slid in wHb a doDbl& 


made 'tte tag but widiont the bal as die Pir ated SSwtn 
won the game , 3-2, in 12 innfaigB llnnsday wiffr*. 


r-^' ■. HJST I 

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Key Loses Nb-Hitler in 9th, 
But Jays Beat Tigers in 12l]i 


By Gteg MacArthur 

The Aaodated Pros 

PARIS — Two fonner chan^ 
008, Ivan Lendl of Ceecboslomia 
and Mats WHander ^ Sweden, bat- 
tled thdr WOT Friday into the men's 
cmglftg final of thc French Open 

f#!nnU ehamn in fuhTpft, ending OflCC 

again UAncm of winiui^ die 
crown for the £cst dme sinee 1955. 

WHatukr, tbe 1^2 winner and 
seeded fomlh thia year, upset 
seeded McEnroe, 6-1, T-S, T- 
5, after i^wn the defending eham- 

pirtn «nH MO, 2 , riimmirtM - 

tl&d'Seeded T imm y Connors 6-2, 
6-3. 6-1. 

By contrast, Satnrday’s women’s 
finaT at Rcdasd Gaira Stadina 
win feature two Amezicans, top- 
seeded cfaanipicin 

Martina Navratilova and five-time 
winner CStris Evert Lloyd. 

Ihe last Amerkan to win the 
men's singles ai this day coert 
Grand Siam toomament was Tony 
Trabert, 30 years a^. Last year, 
MeEaroe wcxi the mat two sets 
before faBing in five sets to LauB 
in the title mutnii 
After losing the first two sets 
Friday, McEnroe appear^ to fi- 
nal^ find hia rhythm, taking a 5-1 
lea£ But he sqnandend two set 
pomts as WQanoer won six straight 
flWTiM to rW^ Ont the matpJi 
mianda trtfally sorprised the 
left-handed New V oricer by his ag- 








CompOed ty 0»r Su^ Rem IX^taidm 

TORONTO — Hie Tofonoto 
- ~BlDe Jays and the Detroit I^ers; 
contenders for the American 


BASEBAIi. ROUNDUP 


^ left-handed New T oricer by his ag- 
._ gresns« plw and tmehararrmstie 

l|^ char^ to the set. 

Ul ^ After holding serve in tbe opeo- 

y ing game m Tvyn the mafph, 

.. KuEnioe lost the next six games to 

■ Bg-L. dn^thefifstscL Jonmy CoDDOis, left, poodei 

^ 1.1 1 Moving forward and taking the 

ball eariy, WHander was able to • . - ^ . . . 

, prodSsOmC ^rmnmg tn rnnma P®®* Wth blflliant pBS^ ShOtS 

•1 had <» nqr ni^ I wasgobjB SS^and^S^MdS i*“,.***S, T?™* 

aa ^as^ was,"saidPWfy.^ rocSto making ^ ball bm oaM o^ 

said to nqwlE. Tta imt go^ to The A^Si’s serve was bro- “ake contact with tbe nm of Im 



Jonmy Connois, left, ponders 6-2, 6-3, 6-1 loss to Ivan LmulL Jcdm McEnroe is unstrung by Mats Wflander, 6-1, 7-^ 7-5. 


pcrittt with brilliant passing shots (fidn*t think I was gomg to have to Connors held his serve for S-2 
down the fines. Twice Mc&uoe go oat on to the court so soon. and sav^ two set points when 
reached the ball but could ooW T ate too dose to the match and Lendl saved for the seL But the 
make contact with tbe rim of his 1 oofy got hoe 20 to 25 minutes Chech elliMAed it after 35 minutes 




i 


thou^ h was ^yed in eariy Jonei 


12«h, Buck Martinez hit a two-nm make it easy on him.’ Fm going to ^ j. ^nd sevoith Another pass gm Wi- before. I thcu^t I had more time, with an ace on his third set poinL 

League East Division tide, ;dayed a boae run to ^'b Toronto a 2^ beathim. eamm and. fav^ end the ooen- hmda hia second nmtdi point, and But there's no excuses. When you Lendl broke Connors’ serve on 

game Thmsday night dial baseball vietoOT.iisMtii in its last 16 games. “it «« nm jtwt anothw loss. We he finished the 2rhoor, 41-mmute pliqr the second match, it's always a the seventh and ninth games of a 

Ians win long remember, even "Thafs best game Pve ever gave them a message that we’re nra oaua his esTne Sit match with a single winner after guessing game.” more closdy fought second set Tbe 


The Bine Jays* Jimmy Key wound op the winning pitcfao. 
intdied a no^utter for erght in- “It was the biggest game of my 


seen,** said rdieverBm Acker, vriio somg to play hard right in their 
wMmd no ihewnmineuitcha. p3ik,nomatierhowlnKalead*'thB 


nings, but coiild not outund the ure,'*saidKqr.“AbiggaiDeina 
V Tigers* Dan Petry. Findly, in die setiea I was really ponqied up.' 


game of my BliieJayshaveinthem^oa.*The 
gameinalng mes sag e to the Jays is, *¥00*^ 
omedup.*’ good, but wCre good ton”* 


stai had not gotten his game goang, 
i&Enroc mally found his to^ 
in the second set and showed signs 
iso^ ine that tbe match could swing his way. 
a. Toure hc won some spectaailar «- 


match with a g»tnpi>> winner after game.” 

McEnroe could ooly a Connois’ bid to reach bis first 

blocking shot from midconiL Fiendi Open final in vriiai could 
McEnn^ trim appeared to have be his last appearance at Roland 


Connois’ bid to reach bis first pattern continue of Lendl makiog 
Fiendi Open final in vriiai could fewa erroi s . 


SPORTS BRIEFS 

Eternal Prince to Ron in Bdmoiit 


Orioles 
714. Tb 




hoot Mdi time md soneodeied 


have lost seven trf their last 10. 


the set on his own serve in tbe 12th 


. NEW YORK (AJ)- Tbe smpriseentiy of dK speedy cdtEtci^ ^* 

!^baspiovided&tDiday'sB(4omStakawh^ pl^ loose shots and allowSS 

. inthnmmng. * ./ Swodcio cteen back into dm scl 

Only two odieriioisam the race have been to tbe otha two legs ^ Tbem 

-ibaroti#bicd aciDg^s Ti^ile Crown: Ottfs Crown, the beaten favorite Lm«to h^ whai WDanda broke McEiroefS 

• . in dmlist two legs, and Tank’s Ftospect, the Fteakness winner. rftaripIaangK^wrhow^ 10 

> Etonal Pdnoe set bla^ ftachons in the Freakness 0119 to have allowed ^ hits. baitl3fa?^ set ooints in the 

Chiefs Qownovcrtala him at the quarter-ixdc. Tank’s ftoapect caught Blue Jays b^ nmnos m ^ wnnjS? wmw. fm 

:ChieraQorart the wiie in record timn ^ 

1 Ihigsday, the New YoA Radna Assocumon’s oddsmato. Don La- and lOih, but Rstiy, wto wait 10 ew *«/4/** 

posted ChieTiLioimaBto 5^ mam^escai^ un^^^ Setoff 

1' *iiisidei»8tp6ationfor1helK-nnleBelaMmtTaid^Pr(qpect,SteiW*s _.^J*8P»^hd^Mahitunfl ajimj fj.11 anurt in thr 

1 : OayB5»aCraoeTi*hcwcIlsled«3-l. Tom Biooto led off ^ 

- With a sin gle- He was b^w^?«vT to t'hh game 01 the set, and when he 

' '^nnmW IWns Sharp. TLS. I^olf T«iH ^ 


of die speedy cdt Eternal 
IS widi a new dement for its 


George Ben with a tSl One onl , TiaO nig by 1- 5 m the dmd, TC- 


McEnrt^ «4io appeared to have be bis last appeaiaitt at Roland Coonors completely cnimbled in 
trouble the wmd during his Gama, was sa^ aside in the wind the third set, dropping his serve in 
serves, blamed Us poor pmor- and rain. The 32ryear-Qld left- the fourth and sixth guies, and 
manftft O n tbft waalhar and thft mi- fnnr rimftt » ewnifinahit whming Only f^pointS in the final 

expected rwidi^ with adiidiLeaidl had his attacking game blnntcd by fivegames. 
polished cm Connois. the 25-year*oId Lendl Comors remained someadiaide- 

‘OtwasveryveOTwind^ontthae Althou^ he started ctmfidently. fiant in diefeaL 
and the first mat(£ went a lot faster taking a 30-15 lead on Lendl’s serve ’’The weather here for the last 12 


■old Lodi C^ors remained sometriiaide- 

I he started ccmfiidently. fiant in defeat 

IS lead on Lendl’s serve ’’The weather here for the last 12 


nor game with the conditions.” 
Lendl be said, “didn’t do anytUng 
out ihat. He just hit the ball back.” 

Lendl agreed that the sudden ^ 
in temperature and the slig ht rain 
slowed the court and said, “But I 
think my game is more suited to 
day than his because 1 hit very high 
and he hits everything low a^ on 
the lines, vriudi means he’s going to 
tnaif^ mexe mistakes.” 

There is little personal warmth 
between tbe two. Bat Lendl doiied 
that beating Cemnors so badly gave 
him any special satisfaction. 

“1 didn’t come here to settle ar^ 
penonal accounts,” ^ said. “I 


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into the left fidd bleadieis for ^ 
lus fourth boma tins season. ^ 
Acker worked an inning in rdief. 
G^Lavdlehadphchca the 11th ^ 
afterzqiladngKcy.'whoworl^ 10 
inmny aod tWO hits. 

The Blue Jays bi^ nmneis in 


phyhQ loose shots and allowed the 
SwMc to creep laelr into the scl 
T here no real Ann^er 

wbai Wila^a brdte McEnroe for 
5-3, cRiedally wfaes the Arnedcas 
bauleo for two sel points in the 


scacingpositianiiitbefim.secoDd Bm Wflanda (m op 

imh T«ir Pk>Hv whn wMt in with two service wnmos and nit a 


than I thou^l and I jnst wasn’t on the third game of the set. Con- days has been hot and tbe court came here to win the match and get 
ready,” MaBnioe sai£ “Also, I non won 009 three of the next 22 was fast, he said. Tod^ the condi- into tbe final and that’s all I’m 
thoQ^t it was going to rain a^ I pointsasLcn^iai^toaS-Ilead. tiems d^gad, but 1 wui't dumge going to say alxiut tiiat” 

IOC Assured East Will Not Boycott Seoul 

By William Drozdiak icU reasons.” he said. “If every- sence diplomatic rdadons with the Olynmics is so strong that the 
WaMagtim Peel Seniee thing is normal then I am sure that Seoul and the adamant opposition Soriet UmoD and its »ni«^ will ne^ 


By William Drozdiak 

M'at/iiagmi Peat Seniee 
EAST BERLIN Tbe presi- 
dent of the International Oh^jMc 
Committee, Juan Antonio Sanwr . 


thing is normal then I am sure that Seoul and the adamant opposition SorietUraon and its allies will need 
everybody will participate. Maybe of tbdr Communist ally. North an ovowhdming rationale to Iw rk 
we win ^ve ptobleans again- but Korea. out 

“ wcaiegen^ i^loiL" ; , J)ui^ a meciii^ of lop sports The IOC ako announcol -nnir*. 


Odyoqf and Crane Fni^ woe fisted at 3>1. 


: are gett^ used to tL” ' During a meeting of top sports 

Tbe Soviet Unkm and 14 oiha oftidals from socralui countries in 


':(^nmlez, Borns Share U.S. Gdf Lead 


anch. says be has received assur- ^ ana w oina cniaais irom soaausi oounines 10 

ances ihai East Bloc Commonisl C^unat^ines re^ to at- last Octcba.amn^ to 

nations wDlDaitidDate in the I98K wkI the I W games m Los Ange- diplomats m East Bcriin, the East 


*r'i ! : -ij ii . 

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HARRISON, New York (U^ — RookkproEnneGaDzale^vrtiohas 
survived die cut ooly twice in 10 toarnament^ sank fom king fandie putts 
ou the badt mne Tnorsdqr to rinre tbe opeamg-rouiid lead with George 
■ Burns in the Wesldiester Gasac gptf tonroamait 

Althood he Idt Us dzives to forbiddiDg ^ots on tbe course, Goozala 
amtimia]^ rescued hnnself with bis pn^ lo shoot a 5-under^ar 66. 
Kmis. too, T^ed oo his puner, one-putting ^fat times for his 66. 

Woody Bladcbnrn, demote three coosecurive bogqis to start his bade 
nine, saiA a 2S-fooC Iwdie putt on IS, bar^ mused on e^ on 16 and 
was third at 67. 


got Alan Trammdl and Kirit Gib- ® 

SCO to eroimd odl ground m emst 

WaWcJtoDbi^Str^ 

wOTalnl’*saidKey, *1 just smi IOC produced a bnllianihalf-vcrfley «*- cow Olynroics in protest of the So- 

*There it goes, and concexitrated winner under pres s ur e before hit- Samaranch, attending tbe 90tb m>nmn of /uehanistatL Four 
cmnotloongthegame.” ting a smash Jong to allow Wi- IOC session, said lliiirsday that wsearlier many Afti^ nations 

It was toe secemd time in thc las^ to tic tbe set at S-S and East Gennan/s bead of stale. ^ ,ni ^ tbe MonUeal Games over 
team’s faistoiy a phctiCT for the Blue Wilaada hdd Us serve for 6-5 to Erich Honeefcer. and its ^orts mm- aNew Zeala^ lueby team’s tour 
Jays had takm a no-hitter into the put McEnroe back on the defen- ister, Manfred Ewald, had in- of gootb Africa. ^ ^ 


it to the 


The IOC also announced Tbuis- 
day that several new n^MEsenui- 
lives win be added lo its 89'mem- 
ber board and that a major 


nations wDIpaitidpate in tbe 1988 board and that a major 

Sommg Olympics although they ^ ostenabty beca^ rf lax reoi- Gennu ud Czetb spor^ min^ restructuring of the organization 

do not ma i n ta in (hplomatic ties ii “P ^ wflltakeplaccfollowingiheresm- 

wiih the host country, South Ko- nation of Monique SSlioux, ifie 

rea. led a Western boycott of ibc Mos- North Korea’s call for sooabstsoli- onea-nowerful diraemr whn w- 

ctamnninrh flttmHinp th«i oiifh P'WK* “» pTOtest of ihc So- daiiiy iu boycoiiiDg the 1988 aeDaTwSnesdav after a bitter 

C3to and emphasned the deter- pSS smiggle with &SLaiidi 
scston. sao^ inursnay uai years earber, many African nations mina&oD of their national teams to ^ . 


Jays had taken a no-hitter into the put McEnroe back on the defen- 
mnth and lost h to the first batter, ave. An aoe save McEnroe a 40-30 


Jim Clancy lost his on Sept 28, lead, then 


1982, agaiast KCimesoia. 


when be 


oDed to deuce 
a volley and 


^edtbe’MSntredGSS^ gomS^ 

c a New Zealand lugby team’s tour A subsequent eoconoter here be- 

of Sooth Africa. tween Ew German and North Ko- 

foriDM him that the Bloc jbe prospect of a boycott in rean foreign ministers failed to 


powa struggle with Samaranefa. 

gam^raneh said a special oom- 
misrioD would explixe “bow to run 
the IOC in tbe bat possible man- 
ner'* and would mue public its 


Team Seeks Replacement for Flulie 


NEW YORK : The New Jersey Genenls of the U3. FootbaD 

Leegie, who loa quaitcriiack Doi^ Fhnie to a broken left damde last 
Satmday, have contacted New Yoric Giants quartexback Ptifl Smms and 
New CMeans Saints qoarteibadc'Richard Todd about jobs. 


tdiver, and last year's lea^ most 
valuable player and Cy Yonim 


ARP 

Baaeball | [_ 

llmrsda^s Lmeseores 


Tennis 


AMBKICAN LOAiOOe 

SMiN* natNN^i s 1 

OLrtlMid NsaNiife-eus 


PaaNCH OPEN 
womnv DouWe* 

Saranaali 

/WBrtlnaU M V HJ Biwu ufl J P oinSlirtw.UA 
dcL Bttnr Nosttai one Aim WMta. M 


Youns, iLThdnni (S) m Kwitev: Bhi»- KCtaiidta KeM*-KII)4i.Wm 6ei'«nony ^ 


wtnWitfVirnian.W^-BhrlivM.4«.L— Ybm 
4 . 7 , HR— Owilcmd. JOCB&V III. 

New rent M Mt s 1 

Milwaukee ■NMKta-Sttl 

WMtemif Shirley (51. Amslnne (5) and 
w n ieaer»‘PofwkianeMoore.w D orwlas- 
4. L— Whileea 1-«b HRs— New York, Bovler 
(U). MUwoukae;. Aiieiliar (5). - 
Detrott MtONNINS-d * 1 

Twwife tN«NMin-a t 1 

' (13 JnniMel 

Petnr. Hei iwndt (11).1.8Pei (12) end Por^ 
iWi; Kev.LMUemi.AdMrn3)cndWlim. 
Mortmei (10). W Arlieri M. L Lapw. IK ' 
' A— Terenia M u ni im t«U 
jatBom fitanN»-«-« •- 

TWOS aitieeii— > s o 

Bonnlater. Hehon (H. Jiuna (■) and Fbfc; 
MasNw HorrlB (7), St on wri (VI and SloaNit 
w— emimr, 4^4 L-Moien, ««. av-^Joime 
(lll.HRe-CMcna, Kittle U). Tens. Pormii 
( 7 ). 

NATraNM. LBACUe 
PHUh Ofl l i «Hiwaio»-4 t • 

mitfoe aMMOMom-s • i 

in innhst) 

Reuscheb Guonie (t). Coodilvta (SI. HM- 


Helm Sulmw aedwriovomr del. eUm 
B urBln.U.S.'anaMGreaTWnea<rarl. Hunso- 
ry. 7A 

. Mbwd Oouhlw 


lend<ttUmttm;6efceniev,FontMiW(f). en fraM--iaanHnd of Nw lntereaHaml 
Bruosiw ini oBd Dsvik 'N— Bruntor, l-l. tmne. 


Flutie to a biuken left clari^ tiwt Award winner, imnvated a back -vidli 

Giants quartaback Phil Smiins and uquiy in tbe lltbmnmgand will offonasg 

hard Todd about jobs. imss an mdeCnite^eriod - - - 

_ With one out. Garth loig was at 
first aod Lloyd Mosdy Dipped Op 
^ a sacrifice attenqit. Hernandez 

V fgi- tjie bell-canghl h, and 

' ■ ^ I finiabed tbe moins. 

Tennis Ihu i en 5^ Yanues 1; In bfit- 

— i waukee, Paul MdfiiorhouKied and 

NRUKH ORBN doublcd and Danny Darwin 

womenk Douwes pitched a thiee-faitter to beat New 

del nitnrrlntwnnnfwinnnnvmitr inji Brmen won t(X tbe lOtb time m 

M.CtaiidtaKende-Klleq|i.Westeennanyand T**T‘r^”** BA"*"* 

Helm SidM aedHClovoklii, def. eUm O 1. RmcA Ja- 

eurm. us. m AnGreu TMnMvorl. Hunoo- mTOH ^ WWin® 1. DTw* Jtt- 

ry,A<7« oobymt a two-nm bouKT and Bren 

. MbM Douhlw Bulia wnd Jufio FianCO ehw 

Moritai NoviiSirus- m Hem ^m^™diiringaseven-ra 
GunttiaiWl, aotfierland. del. Sobrlm Golee ogbUl iniBllg ffl devaanU that 
and Coren Pmlc Yaooaiaifla. *-l. downed Sealtfe. 

FkMli Schedule: mulo Smttn. US. m m w .. e_ ^ »» /-■>.;_ 

Frandico Owaalii. Pwoouar. vo. MavTOW- r®* ^ 

teua c inrttmdi • - go s RoD Kittle, hiUess m 11 

. MeMk DouMee eiraioht at batS and bimr|T P_ OOlV 

PlnalsSdmilcsMakEdRMmenandKIia ^ t 4^ nl. 

Wonulek.AvstraHa.wi.HaRsSlRaissen.Swe' -154, brOKC Open a 1-1 game m 
den. and SUone OUdoMn. lemeL AriingtOO, TeUS, With a UUCe-nm 

■r -. boma in tile sbe^ Ibe White Sox 

' , • — "n had lost right stiaighi on. the road. 

Transition iheRangershadwonsxstraightat 

J houw. 

. > nt tanT.L ^ Pbntes 2; In the only 

• iimrim i ineiii National League game, Leon Dor- 

1^**^**^ .v<Mae vwier wetee. wwti- hum doubled hciDe Jody Ltaris 
. iritM'UMiw from sect^ base with two out m 

. ATLANTA necotted Lorry Owen, eotdi- (be bottom Of the 12til tObeStHttS- 

w^ - waimend nf the iimrwHmi buigh m Chicago. (UFI,AP) 


MdEaroe saved WBanda's first 
match poim wHb a beautifully exe- 


cuted vt^ and bad tiiree chances 
of fordsK the set into a tie bieaka. 


counme^cager^ wiDingto jpgg loomed when Moscow ex- bridge the differing posidons, the reconunendatioDS next year. 

reservations about diplomals said. As for Beriioux, who sat in stony 

thence of Seoul as the site for Although there is lingering con- silence next to him on the podiui& 
iteOlympia cem ihat Socialist comjirics could Samaranch duly noted to the 

.Zf5^ meeiiag this announce their withdrawal in the IOC“rec(Kn^bavaliiablecon' 

^ ^ prior to the Seoul Games. tSiitiSwSe oje Wl 


Gunttiaidl, a w tiw l im d, del. Sobrlm Ool« 
and Conn Pmlc YuoMlnulo. (■A *-l. 

FMi sdHdulK' Paulo smttn. us. m 
FrofielKD Oonsatab Pwoouny. vc NavraH* 
)Dua.Gwrthardl '■ 

. MMft DOUWRS 

Finals SdHdNii Mart; EdmomoR and Khn 


dM. and SUniiq QlldoMn. IwneL 


Transition 


OAKLAKn nud wdttsr wstss. shHl> 
dec 

, . MdiDMl'LMRH 

. ATLANTA— Rsentlsd Larry O w n, eotdi- 


Bnt the Swede saved e^ ^me 

^pinksRetains 

TTdebyaNase 

CeeifiiUlgfOrSuffFrwiDlfauia 

LAS VEGAS — Michael 
^nnla onfcashed a strong left 
hand Thnnday night and 
stmped JsD MacDonald ^ 
1:30 of the eighth round to le- 
tm Ins li^ heavyweight title. 

Refoee ^vey Peail baited 
tfacG^itwfaai tlte ringside pby- 
soan, Douald Romeo, tiiout- 
ed, “Step h, Dav^.** 

MacDonald said be s uffo e d 
a harirne ftactnre of bis nose 
two weriu ago and Spinks lein- 
jured it eariy in tbe After 
a ri^ bnxi^ blooo from bis 
nose in the o^tb it was “ritber 
go down or get h taken off c^r 
I face,” MacDonald said. 

Carios DeLam defoided his 
I Wodd Boring Cotmdl ouisa- 

I WQ^U with a imanimn ns 

12pioond dedaon ova Alfoozo 
RatSff. (UFIAF) 


be ruled out 

“Boycotts always occur for polit- 


have riven positive signals about East Bloc analysis fed that the do- 
ibe 1988 Olynqncs de^te the ab- mestic yearning to participate in 


mem” over many y^ but “life 
must go on.” 



Italian-British Match 
Goes Without Incident 


Thursday held under tiriit securiw. 
Italy won on a penalty kick in the 


CempUai bt Ow&^ fnwi iii^cher (rfficeis Stationed cvciy blodL Po- 

MEXICOCTTY — Awedrafter lice aUo stopped some cars en route 
their fans clashed m a deadly riot in to the aatm and seardied ih«n_ 
Belgium. Italy defeated Enriand, 2- Riot police patrolled inside and 
1. in an exhilintion socca gi^ outside the stadium. 

Thursday hdd untkr tiriit securiw. To ease tensions, the teams en- 

Italy won on a penalty kick in the tered the stadium together, tbe 
last minute, but tbe outcome was British wearing bladt armbands, 
overshadowed by tbe May 29 tr^ie- and observed a moment of aleoce 
dy in Mussels when Enriiah fans for the Brussels viciims. (UPI, AP) 
attacked I talians before the Euro- ^ - 

pean Oiampimis Cui^ leaving 38 ■ Ban Temporarily Lifted 
dead and hundreds iquied. Tottenham and West Ham will 

Mexican authorities imposed be aUon^ to complete their mniri] 
strict security measures for Thurs- programs briore tile interoational 



Jim MacDonald lost blood and boot m tbe ei|^ roioid. 


pean Oiampimis Cui^ leaving 38 ■ Ban lemporarOy Lifted 
dead and hundreds iquied. Tottenham and West Ham will 

Mexican authorities imposed be aUon^ to complete their mniri] 
strict security measures for Thurs- programs briore tile international 
day’s game, a tuneup for the 1986 ban on English professioiial iftwmg 
Wold Cup, but there were no ind- playing abroad taka efteci. United 
dents. A crowd of only about 8,000 PtasIntematiQna] reported frrai 
watched the game at tbe 1 10,000- Trmdon 
seat Aztec Stadium. Tottenham is to play a toiuna- 

Spectators had to run a gauntlet meot final in Mdbo^e on Sun- 
of tiriit police seeurity b^nnme day, whUe West Ham is playing in 
three rnila ftom the stadium, with Jiqian. 


L-HoUand, M. 


M^or Leagoe StandhigB 


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ByJoThocoas case, homver, Pedroza refused to gp to going to say wfaal Fm gpuna do became is one item not normally found in a Protes- CoDnoQy,a]oDgtiine(iiaidsaid,“Heisibe 

maemSSltxjeme NewT^TinmSertke N«tfaen Ireland. when you grt m there, it aD changes. tant pub in the North. town at the momenL" 

<ANSAsaTv^^sMMaicArmantn)iit, LONDON— Sucb IS the q^oTBaiw None^^ for A reported 81 mOlioo “You do what allows you to do. You The McGuigans are Chtbolics, and Bar- “We’resittmgon tbe border,” said Bren- 

. ly McGuigan, the Irish boxer who fights P4y“y»«droea was pereuade^oaDc to try one plan, and if t^t doesn’t wexk, you ry and Sandra have what is called bere a dan Jeitians. a butcha. “There nsed to be 

Ftocdtickw. jtonwckiDiu'eSSSvt under the slogan “Let McGuig^ui do file «»(^^»reaa^of^,000will^th- try miou^. If that doesn t ^k, you try mixed inairiage. To many in this town, ax roads to tbe NortL There's one left.” 

^ ^ firiiting,” that 12,000 fans firom both rides ^ “iider me op en sjym the (fteens Park anotha. If that doesn’t wodc, you gel on their happiness and their celebrity show The destruction of the border crosana 

^ni i of the border are eomini from across the *J“Sas»a««adira and ra It (Joe your Dikt that the sectarian differences that have by the British Army for security iSsons 

washwctow lanT iLuiMtef iririiSeatodieerhunhereSatiiid^iiiriR It is csqpected to be the richest match in {^aguedlidand can be overcome. A hand- left Oimes isdateiL Busmen: HriMl im 

f w ^b i MwcWrai Fwvor Fononnet as he tfus 10 lake the world featheTwciriii ll coontnes win noi be postponed. Britain’sbc^histoiy.withaSUmillion written poem from one of McGoigan’s fans Jobs disappeared. Then came McGmaarL 
(toBRNATimAL^Swtc (TOM title froffi Eusebw Pudnsa of Panacoa. Ttecfaam^lstaller— 5fert9incbes gat&Rii^deseais, 19rowsatS130eadi, is tucked behind the bar and says, in part: Eveiy bonding in town seems to& 

tc f- FW Nitt fSkTai- “IheCloBe$C^claDe,”asheiskaownm (i-73metas}toMcGmggn’sS-6,aodthOT were sola out before tideets woe pimtel “Itwouldmakeusansoproud— Tohveas sporting a new con of oainL Tdevidn 




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■v ilify in tiie Irish Raubfic^ kBograns). Pedroza, ai 3^ is 8 years oUia, 


Soccer 


were sou out betote Qdeets woe pimt^ 

. . . After hfeOnigaD’s last victoty, tie tmy 

Coun^ in tie Irish Rqiubfic^ kBograns). Pedroza, ai 3^ is 8 years oUia, bar at the Lenmud Arms in Cooes S(tid 

□ hiAds b^ the British and ^ European McGnigan’s Panamanian apaixfog 1443 pint glasses of beer. Jim Mea^, 
featherweight titles. ^ he has never paftosss^tb^figore that the ^leng- whose daugbter, Sandra, is married to the 
fought anyone of Pedroza’S exodleace..^ cr*s edgs in yonth triQ probably be bal- riiallenger.isihepropci^.ODWedDes- 
droea has hdd the Wodd Bm^Associa- aiicedbypBdnsa’saperienoe.McGoigan, he was superviring the installation of a 

don featherweigbt title for seven years, and th^ tmnk, is more aggresrive. Pedrosa, new ftoot door, with a pair of boxing 
has made 19 successful defenses. they sqr. knows every trick. gto^ io the glass. 

As Harold Wesum Jr., the matchmaker, McGcdgan was Micad if be had fband The pob at the Lennard Anns has a 
hiw put il not onW has Pedroea ^heaiCB aqy weaknesses in Pedretza. “I haven’t,” he mlWrinn bm far rnthriKe »^iHi 

p ■ everyone thejtVe put in front of lain, h^s mid. *Tve lodted u him may (Cffeceot nught not seem unusual excqit for the fact 
jntn their hometowns to do iL” In tins times. Fve waoiud him for we^ Fffl not that the Meal^ are ftotestants, and tl^ 


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Vortiputii Ow l^lnah BanBen us. 


happy as tins crowd. 


crews qipear. Cones is once again in touch 


From the Front ol the Lennard Arms withtheworid. 

Clia a blue flag with a white dove, the Down the street, the ehallaiger's aster 
“peace flag” under which McGuigan has Sharon, was cutting h^r beautv 
chosen to figbiio preference to the flags of salon riie owns wit^cGmgan’s wife. And 
either Ixelaud. where he was born, or Brit- was tiying to keqi calm. “No matter how 
am, whose dnal cirizenship he assumed so you try to keq> out of it," she said, “vou 
he could figbt for a wider range entities, don’t talk ^ontanytlW else:” is imt 
McGuigan was bom in Cones, in the going to London, butso manv thro,"”: 
Sowlh,bulirowUve6afOTmafisaw8y.just of others are ibal die cannot IceeoSSS 
tpross tlte boniCT ffl C^iy Ferman^ about the wonder of h. “It’s tittfeS 
But to the people of Cones, as Midiad exodus since the famine," she said. 







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PfrEKHATIONAL HERALD TBIBDME. SATDBDAY-SUNDAT, JUNE »9, 1985 


ART BUCHWALD 


BomrAgain Nonsmoker 


W ASHINGTON — When 
someone oves up smoking be 
or she wants tw wiiole worid to 
hear about iu I know yon weien*t 
ready fw this, dear resder, but i 
have given up dgars. I am a bom- 
again nonsmcdcer — a ocnfessed 
sinner who can now walk bto aiqf 
crowded room without stinking np 
tbejoinL 

Don't go away. I want to tell you 
the story of nw 
conversion. It 
doesn’t do any 
good to slop 
smoking if no 
one will listen to 
how you did iL 
Fust, I have 
to give credit 
where credit is 
due. I couldn’t 
have done it 



After 1 went cold tnrk^ [ had to 

face tte prospect of earmig a liv- 
ing. I could smoke a dgar witimut 
writing, but I couldn't write wi^ 
out Mnnlring a tigST. lU the b^tu- 

oing [ just stared at the paper. To 
get g ftiTig I tried mring exerdses 
such as ’’Now is tte time for all 
good men — all good men — 
for all good men ~ for all good 
men to Ibht up a Monts Cristo 
Havana 3." 

My would wMk in curious 
ways. 1 would want to write about 
the MX "n«glg system, and the 
only thfag ^ ^ 

the Magic Dragpn.'' The song 
“Smoke Gets in Yonr ^es" 
droned in my head, and the Marl- 
boro Man 1^ riding across my 

computer screen. 

□ 


alone. I got 


BndmaU 


some help from that Big Nonsmok- 
,er in the sigr. 

It all bttw 9x months vdien. 
after li ghfmg up one of the six or 
seven cigars*l smoked every day, 1 
suddenly heard loud coupling in 
the heavens. Then a thundering 
voice boomed, “PUT OUT THAT 
DAMNED aOARr 


I didn’t pay a^ attearian 
cause I was sure He wasn’t talking 
to me. Afta all 1 bad been smdr- 
ing for more than 40 years and He 
never raised any otgecrioos before. 
So I continued for another week. 
Then my chest started to feel lousy 
and 1 became hoarse. 

1 looked up and said, ’’What’s 
going on?" 

The VQXS came down and said. 
**1 THOUGHTIMADE MYSELF 
CLEAR. WHAT KIND OF MES- 
SAGE DO I HAVE TO SEND 
YOur 

“Okay," I said. "Fm wflling to 
deal. Lei's just say I cut down to 
two or three a da^' 

He would have none of it ‘THE 
NUMBER rs NON-NEGOTIA- 
BLE" 

“How about one petit cotona. af- 
ter dinner?" 

“DON’T YOU UNDER- 
STAND ENGLISH?" the voice 
said. To make His point He shoved 
a hot coal dowo siy throat and 1 
started to gasp for air. 


Anally, in desper^oo, I looked 
up to the heavens and sa^ "How 
do you es^ect me to Ic^ this 

upr 

The voice came down, “TRY 
CHEWING GUM." 

I was skepticaL but the first time 
I sbo^ a stick of gum in my 
mouth it worked. I fonml out if you 
have to keep moving jpur jaws aU 
the ume, you don’t mss having a 
wet sto^ between your Gps. 

Well, ifs been all qibni ance 
th^ After deoMDpFe^oa peri- 
od I disoovered the beautiful world 
of nonsmoking. My lungs are now 


desert and my brain cells seem to 
be rdieved they don’t have to ab- 
sorb soot from mMning until night. 

What is even better is I am now a 
member of that band of brothers 
and risten who can walk into a 
restaurant or get on ao airpfsne 
and say loudly to the hostess, *^40 

■m yUfin g SCCdOU, plcaSC!” 


Yes. He was r^oosiUe for my 
quitting but He didn’t 


’tgivemethat 
much he4> once I gave it up. 


I have to admit that Hke all bcun- 
again noosmokers I kxk down on 
those who are stiU booked. I don't 
M angry uith but I do some- 

thing worse. 1 bore ifa^ 1 tell (hem 
my story from b^jmung to end — 
b<m 1 was once a seven-a-day Dun- 
hm man, but yhwvigh thc interven- 
tion of a hi^er ^iiit became a six- 
pack Doublemint gum fan. Then I 
want them that we noosmokers not 
pniy rtnfidrf<y outselves holier Jh*** 
th^, but believe we have a Tm«inn 
to either convert all smokers, or 
persecute them mdl we drive the 
tobacco dwnnnis dlOT SQUls. 


The $5- Wedding Assembly Line 


By Williafxi £ Gdsc 

y<nr York Timet Serriee 

N ew YORK — The bride wore leotards. 

The brid^room was resplendent in a 
“Lets Go Mets“ T-shin. The couple were 
bound in matrimony in 58J secam, a re- 
spectable time indeed for the New Yoik Oty 
Marriage Uoense Bureau, conadering it is so 
early in the June wedding Season. 

T know,” the bridegroom said whh a smile 
as he step^ out the door marM Room 257 
Marriage Qxapel, “1 should have on a suit, or 
a tineda But we love eadi other. ThaFs what 
counts, isn't it?" 

Tbe young couple walked down the hall- 
way in tbe Muai^ial BuBdiog at 1 Caiier 
Street mth their anus arouna each other, 
then down the st^ stopping on tbe suurwdl 
for a loss and a momenl al^ before going 
out into the world 

Herbert Ry^ tbe frzst dep^ dty dak 
who was manying people off this day, pushed 
the hn7J*r on me podiiun in the clmpd, 
ri gnflliflg the derk m the packed waitmg 
room to send in tbe next couple. On busy 
days like this one, his tedmiqoe is to hh the 
buzzer for the next couple as he heads into 
the dosing: T do by the authori^ vested in 
me . . ." 

The Maniage License Bureau was jammed 
as tbe tradiri iwai June rash h^ n Maniage 



marriage license 

BUREAU 

APRJCATIONS 




Jeta SeMmw/Uw N«« YM limw - 

Dawn W<^, Bmoe Greenfield intermpt applicafioa for a maniage Ikense. 


may be more popular in the d ^ now dian m 
xthcli 


any time since the boom after Worid War IL 
The number of liomses issued 

this year may well surpass mat of last year — 
76,3ti — which was an inoease <x SJOOO 
from the 1983 total and among the highest 
since dte postwar peri^ The number ^ 
Ucenses issued by the dty has been r^idy 
climbing each year since a record low in 1 977. 


And never has tbe dty perfomted so m^ 
tbe couples obtaiiung 


mairi^es. About half 
Ucenses from the dty are dinrtdng the S5 
marriage service offoed across the hall — 
“that's over in Sdemnizarion," one ai the 
desks t^ a bride-to-be. 


By conqiarison, about I in 7 coi^les receiv- 
ing ucenses were maiiied by the aty 20 yean 
ago, and only about 1 in 10 during the record 
manias license year of 1946. 

“We couldn’t afford a big wedding," said 
Bo Elfv^ a 22-year-oId man diesM in a 
vdiite suit and poring for a photograph in the 
hallway srith lus bi& of w seran^ Janis. 
who wore a siizipleuUte dress adorned widia 
red rose. 

“This was so New Vnk," said one of the 
Qfving’s brideanaids, Krissy Carlisto, of 
Gkjversrille, New York. “It was so fast, like 
an a^embly Ime." 

The bride, Janis, who seemed uncertain of 
just what her last name was at that poiot said 

n V.J .1... u-SA 


unda these si^ conditions to pve couples 
the persnai atteadm they deserve. 

“We try to aeeommodale," he said. “When 
someone on the door after you close 
and they have aM«ne iki^ for tomorrow’s 
flight to Rio fer a honeymoon, yon can’t just 
turn them awi^." 

About to retire after 2S years in the deri^s 
office — the last nine performing msrri.Ygif!S 
— he has mairied about BOJXIO couples, 140 
on his busi^ day. 

He has just about seen it alL One couple 
todt off en<iK in the dtapel and were 
nude. He married them, altbou^ his concen- 
cratioo was brdeen and he lec^ saying “to 
Uve to^rher in the state of Massachusetts" 
jt ypfiaA of “the state of matrimony." 

He has manied orieMdes and a axiple on 
roller He has waited tbiou^ many 

pFdooged sileaces after asking the big “WiU 
youta& . . . ?“ question. And be has heard 
ttwwn fi flatly answer, “Not" and, ‘’What am I 
doing?" before running (»l 

So many tangnagas are ^ken here that 
understanding is often a problem. Ryan 


‘ They ydled at eadi other for a 

n stood ifflpatieiitb^, looking at 


be marned 


speaks Spanish French, wfaidi is particu- 

beiween 


Ryan had directed the bcid«F0om to 

)f the state statute. 


the bride,’’ as if it was jian of 
Ryan cmicedes it is somedmes difficult 


larly usehil for the many tnartiaghs 
immigrants from Haiti and Spanish-speaking 
countries. 

He has also learned a few key phrases — 
‘join hands," for example — in Chinese and 
Rusrian. In one ea-« he asked the aU-impor- 
tant question, and there was rilence buore 
the tmde impariently her Pakistani 

brid^Qom, “Say, ‘1 do,' stupid." And that is 
exactly wfaai he said. 

Somedmes marriages ^ off to a rough 


’start. “One time the groom forgot the ong^’ 
he said, "and tbe bride slapped him. He 
slamied her." T*— * 

wmle as Ryan l 
his watch. When thqr 

them. 

Mary Odom, the derk at the wizu^ in dm 

Ui-Mi» .Ap pHcatifinR dquutment. issues li- 
censes at such a furious pare these days that 
hand aches from staoqang all the forms. 
She looks over the forms, tells perale to raise 
their right to swear that all they have 
filled in is true — T can’t hear you, Thomasr 
she says to one "*8" who may nave mumbled 
Tes" or “No" — and takes their SIO. 

Danid and Alice ran in late, after the 4:30 
P. M. anrf pleaded widi Odo^ wea- 

ry after a busy day, to take their applicatimi. 
The Qrpists ydtod at Odom that th^ were ntt 
about to ^pe late again this day. Tim supervi- 
sor said it was sinq>ly not possible. 

“FU do it," Lacy CI^ one of the ij^nsts, 
said meddy. The others looked at her as if she 
was a litde crazy. 

“What can I do?" Qaik said. “This is a 
very special day for them. I lanember wiy 
own wedding day." 

Tbe fiuorescent ceding li^ts began going 
out around the office as Qark QrpetTever 
faster. 

“That's nice of you, Lucy." said Odom, 


who had stayed around to stamp tbe form. 
“ rft wito thanked 


She hand^ it to tbe couple, — 
them ami ran out gleefully. 

“Best wishes!" Odtm ydled. “God bless 
you both!" said Clark. 


people 


Stacy Keaci 

Saa Kredt star of the Mike 
HmSSr retevirion 
J^^Sased from jail tn Bniam 
Thurtday and fkw homc^ to ^ 
United States after s«nnng » 
months of a M'S 

for cocaine 
riTic! Freedom 
*r worid." Ke«h 
boarded a flight f" 

London’s Heathrow A>rp«t. W“JJ 

on charges of 

S3j)00 worth of cocaine packed 
into a can of sharing cream. 

□ 

The boxer AreWe 
some nasty punches 
year career, but a swarm of bc« 
^him down for the 
Sbout 50 S 

been defeated like this ^ 

Moore, 72, who w^s 
a hospital in San 

“For the first few daw. I couldn i 
remember a thing." Moore, “ 
ateur bedceeper, was slimg 
when one of thc hives in the baA 
yard of his hone broke t^pen as he 
went to mm'e il “The were 
very disturbed," Moore says. I 
tiitpir thev thought I *'®*lf**-|? 
fight them." Moore fought -31 
from 1936 to 1965, winn^ 
196 bouts, 143 b>’ knockout. M 
won the light hea\’ywdght title in 
1952 and h^ it for nearly a <Je- 
ca^ 

□ 



fliaay. and that ts 

done “ But Fkwn said^ that w u 

April 2 1 trio 

nSle it clear that 
of hi^ decision wytai ri- 

though ^ ^ she sugggol ttai 
if h?Sw make thc vwi. the wimth 
sbouM be laid "io^hoaer nttJie 
future of Germany." . 


Paid McCartney h^- u 

‘exchange with “ 

rrideeting to so^ sraou. 

5^ Thunsday- Tbe former Bttde 
was taking his 6-yeaf-old.^ 
Janes lo school near ha wtoiy 
home in southern EngUad bn 
We^esday when he aowfilcred 
three pickets. Acoordwg to. one. 
Brian Mos«^ McCanocya^: 
“Werey^ KachersoASUKcy^ 
vDu were at scboolT He fte said 
to his son: "Take a good jWl 
thev are striking teasers. 
said he handed McCann^ a leaflet 
ecplainuig taOm' d^ 
nuinds. which McCartneyreadru# 
then tore up. MeCartAey. C lobf 

the Oail>' “* VS W 

in this diretoe irsuettB». 
cent whoare suffering— 4 hek^ 1 
don’t disagree with the toKhecs’ 
pay clmm mit their lidu^is unfar 
on' pi^iib riiting exams.” 

D 



Presideiit Ronald Reagan bos 
sent a letter to Flom, a 13- 
year-old gtri he misquoted during 
bis trip to Ktburg. west Ge rma^ . 
ap ff l ^^gmng for any embarrassment 
he have caured her, the girl’s 
sdiool principal said Tlmrsday. 

MoUan. principal of the 
ilbo 


KGddle Sdiool in Marlboro. New 
Jersey, said the IVi-page letter 
“quite exctiing" for an eighth grad- 
er in a “little town." Flom told The 
Daily Roister of Shrewsbury on 
Wednesday that the presidait used 
her <*<7ww»gnMi out cn context after 
hU controverrial virii May S to the 
cemetery where 49 Waffen SS 
troopers lie among the ^ves of 
2,000 German sddieis. During a 
spredt at the U.S. Air Base in 
mtbuxg after the wreath luring. 
Reagan said: “One oS the many 
who wrote me about this %'iat was a 
young woman who had recently 
been bat mitzvahed. She urged me 
to lay the wreath at Bitburg ceme- 
tery in honor ^ the future of Ger- 


Umda RndeL tbe nudow of «e 
of Nazi Germany's top F^ter ^ 
lots, Hans-Ulrich RudA failed 
Thursday for a second time to biiv. 
ti j M-i ^ her husband's 7 moat disti^ 
pu ivh ^ medal citatiOQ, Sie 
IlCMXK) (about $12,700) ftf the^' 
tation. signed by Adotf fsU^'but 
it went for £15,000 than Uflidauh 
fled buyer at an auctioii in Lmdoa. 
The g^-Uned velluth citttkm ac 
conmanied the award in I942of die 
Knight's Cross of the Iren Czem to : 
RuddL who became a hero flyi^ 
Stuka dive-bombers on tbe.lUi^ 
from and died in 19^ It wv 
bought at auction tS fiioBths igp . 
by the London impieskrio iW : 
pa ywMiJ for £2(XOCN3 for his pri* ' 
vateb' own«i Theater of War muse- 
um. On tlut occasion Mrs. Rodd ' 
bid £1 1,000. Mra. Rudek a fomxr 
nurse now resident in Attstria, wv ^ 
represented by a buyer at the Uif-f- 
Tm two^y sto of Worid War ff " 
memorabito to raise funds for the 
near Trafalgar Snun ia 
Londim. fetdied £^j!)00i Riy- 
mo^said. 


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6a aiiV FpOhoiBe BeodtUy duBtod 
on Q hSndn. Mixrfdn A kde uina. 2 
beAMiiw 2 botoi. lo^ MBtig fona, 
dning, f - f*" 2 ilu r uj e m 
lock-up gn cy L App uM iief y 


bvm 74 njn. tora u oe area, 
me SFSSOjOaO. Rtencing oaoilabk. 
Sdk to farm^an poniUe. WJl Gen- 


ordboL fttofodi 19Q, 8937 Zurkh. 
Pho^l.312 34 31 


IME GB4EVA - MOFITiaiX. Fcr 
seto to fij raiipw^ 4 Hocl Id a view , 
droedy from tuAda, no soles osaienm 
* 00 . body July 19AS. L a efc w ei^ 
wdud faniong cnoUiie. Gnlad: JB 
IMUOBILB na de BowolZ, 
1003 laBom. Saaiearlond. TB:^1} 
2 D 9 l(l 7 .TkMQfiAa 01 


USAOIVEXAL 


TEXAS Rod EMe Iw mi liiamL Cemv 
na nju L CffioB 6 Apvtoanr BM- 
e^ Mkaraina 31 00.000. CoiMertiii 


Stow StovrwL Niamey. World 
~>tor,P.O.BQn5H6l.Mcto 


Trade Carter, 

TX 75258 U5A Tdi (BIT) 
ibu 794839. 


USA BESIDEZ4TIAL 


AUSTBI. lEXA^ 8J9 ocrcL 3 bed- 
room home * garage opminart on 
Boo Cm BcBaTgojiSL Td 512 
3374331 / London 


REAL ESTATE 
TO RENT/SHARE 


GREAT RRITAIN 


KB4SIN6TGN 5 STAR FtAT, 1 umak 
time shmw 30 fMT kcM. Tak (DBM • 
36421 MT 18 tdaada. OMW! 


REAL ESTATE 

TO RENT/SHARE 

REALEST.ATE 

TO RENT/SHARE 

GREAT BRITAIN 

FRENCH PROVINCES 

HAItfSIEAD UJNDON NWS. Seev 
hfril end elMore frr^ flcB a ^aar 
meat. Hoa Evga wdfad garden. 3 
double Old 1 bedreens nuh 25 

ft spodow frmng roam, famliiden 
wUh oB inochnei 2 brthraon end 
ovrtnU hot waer. ainrd heoiirp to 
US tonfank. On areal pgi&a, 
£450 per umak. (fas heoMg. hfa 
aQem.Tanora«Mitionr<i& I4miine. 
Tmrotmne 435 1177 a Tekx 26)509 

CAFaMS S MMUTB SEA. BMifal 
eStot, vay pnvato, 2 ha. 5 reams 
overtodkng garden ond pod. dnwr. 
ing room ofniing on lerrea, vaw 
over boy and Euerd. FefiibJity wo- 
terskm ID reiU week'isond) from 
Jdy 1. tel: nadm (93) 48 67 4l 

HOLLAND 

Renthouse International 
02{M4875l (4 lines) 

Nadarhovan 19-21. Atmlenkju 

EXECUTIVE SUITB MAYFAflL Luxu- 
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rased, Mty serviced. seuetuiJ^reiei 
fbdikto €430/030 per week. 3 
mortts to 2 yean, Mourtux im 1 Morv 
egerrarU IM Lmdoo 01 49) 2626 
kCu 299181 

DUTQt HOUSING CBOUE AV. 
Dafuxe rerfab. Vdenusdr. 174, 
farmer dan. 020^1234 a 62B27. 


PfrIB BSUM MAHaJlARDU 
tofl Mmamg Sir rina Eaifak 
ABtmdnTd: 030-768023. 


ITALY 


CYPRUS 




REAL ESTATE 
TO RENT/SHARE 


ITALY 


VENETO - FRIULI 


m 6a baouNid Mb of Fnii 
Magn ak art 19* aadwy oRa 


fiAy farrahad 

far me (mnawa a i 3 nondd- 


far mfan aMem: Zuridv Swiladaid 
Hoa: 01/221 28 29. lie 812 IQ or 
pivaa pfvnaE 0I/2S2 59 66 


Wfan ai fama: 
PALAZZO AL VHABRO 
Ewnry aprnlmart hoiBe wrth fariadad 


ftto. que d efak far 1 Maafrond more 


Fhena 6794325, 6793451 
WHto; Via fiVddjro 1A 
OOWfPflK- 


REALEffTATC 
TO RENT/SHARE 


MOROCCO 


MBnaOUWM M mrmn/yn 


Ftimb ao rtBxt Sna 80 In TeW' 


gtov Mf/Au^Sat. 6<aan hand 
rioMoiMaadbe 


tonooL^mSc 
debfaUi 


ISipMrieUB fin Inia. GoR, tonria. 

'WS33£B49Fto«. 


PAMS AREA FURNISIIED 


MVAUDES; 


nn 

iq.nL 


n your hat. 143 
anm nOJXB net per north BKhns 
2 hour moaJ mm da3* 

PIACE DCS VOSGBTIiOO o) fa 
faeoulifiil toumhw, 130 iqm M. 
faina 3 badhtom. HofiOB 
oabcrpASTcxai 

IWAinmican R boB W ik fWi 

(8) 052 92 29 or (1) 293 60 50 


POKTOfWO. for rent hnurioaB Mb 


onatedang— gaa lfa r wifi i o By,4 
doubfa benoomi, 2 beefcoono, 
uMfuou on sea jviranjiaiy mn 


Jdy. Augirt. Tok Ifrdjr 

from B to 11 on wd frwo 4 to 6 pm 

lloiia6w.ldtoVPa64GAIBL 


PAMS IfFTBAliC at Ndra IW 
BemdUhr nunodded hnidad penl- 
houao. 3i0 n. n. 3 bwk oom^ 4 
boio, knTi Hldaa lAm. snog 
laonx. Itaef tanaee. SASaTmDRddjr 
V S200 dedy. 1 aaOR nrtaam. June 
ISAi ^ 31. Ju ne Dunn Bar 2150 
Son liiaakraL CA 94126. 

0660 naddwi 94 


415433- 


now frnrihauM. Easy day ufaa to 
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BUSINESS 

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JUNE 17<h ISSUE 
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Qympics. 

• The Hard Driving Boss 
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Around. 


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NEWSSTANDS. 


FOR SAIE nussas 250 m. ham EEC 

44tar botaL Cortlruciad 1980. 42 

roami, im6i rtdf. Nice 6F4S Bilien 
*l- iDortgoge tFB imn^S^ Bou 
23^ HtfSd Tribune, 92321 
<~adw. Franca 


BUSINESS 

oppoRTia>irnES 


CHINA 


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hmm fuilhw* hsfm 


Ch drk I 


^ ^ ^ A Syoi t 

TfQ^IQ Ceiporuliuii in Fnhou fa 
done bminaB am (Mr 20 caurPim dl 
ow 6a aorld. 
la non produBb nduda; 

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raua Gwarowr. A gdd madd nuaar 
•I Oaim, 

Z The YC Sara Sngk ftne Baeric 
Muar. A hisNy p r ai ad qusity 
oraduel. 

3. Cowing AC Badrk Motor, dern» 
tor, JmI g ermatoig sd, p a u or ^ted 
md o6m da^HcGV poduUs from 


WholeidUn & rahden ora 
eentad ua at: 


Wndong Bedrk 
import A Export 
TraiEng Corporafion 




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euured ra- raiy, onriy yean. Caa 
on rnnaaiiyia mid Bones. Mdach 
d cn^dw in Gdiuoa 

Contodi 

OUMiFlANSA. 

Av Mnitea 74, 

QviOOS loaana, S ai la i kaU 
TeL pi ) 22 35 12-Tk; is 1 BS MBiS CH 


AOCmVFS FOR WEAR 
AND FRlCmSN ISUCnON 
RASBONmON 
(hitdi 00. toota fw ddributon worid- 
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duwid mariok. Own devaiopnan* & 


pradudioa My attod by '^eftnrt 
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lauird iisiiiuta and ful redxicd *j» 
port by monuroowa. For ijd it dae 

bv tortii eooperg i pn pkow ontod; 

8V P.O. Ba SS, 


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Td.: {0) 192.16377. T> 2366 


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BUSINESS 

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COfNMaKM AOBfTS 


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poice A oa ty a mj i nafada i^i. _ 
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be raid vw iue damomlrBfan to lamg 


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uduuiilarfc bomneeseri ^ d/F 
prefcaaenaA to nmias 


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TdrOI 6385 m 


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neXAnd ndajahb m 
daoreno & eonaainaRiDiW itord, 
ovicniaA 

svmilee 

jaTW- 

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mi dl<ah bidns 6 k< osi eon yw 
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lyeem from $9500 • $2^500. 

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6000 Mnliurt/vy. Gemunf. 

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unxae or ' " 


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eraaneun. 


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Gor^ 3 noty biOnrk 
wTatm Ad nadbes & frod & 


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24 hours survcdbito. Fra mw 

yea / nar*. (212) 679 50 64. Leone 

m g aa g aoiiqnaiwfing madane. 


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WANTED/EXOLWGE 


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fitoort pneto dna fren fodory. 

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0 arena, FO Boa 266, awe 1309. 
13>0 BRMak. Tdi 322 / 218 28 83. 

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"MIBMATIONAL FOSITIGFB" 
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EMPLOYMENT 


EXECUTIVE 

POSmONS AVAILABLE 


PROWCIION MANASBI 
Cdre, Bwt wtfait a w piad.Rrf 




toimnncnEurapawtcaw- 
acBd & faaetedy of ArtAle 

taaguege a phk Mnenum 6* 5 to R7| 
yoemaimm i i aifB apiorkikB H iBamia 
w fa afak aca adoar ^ 

cMtoiaa of vie fehto- 


liinilil luma tinmiikilya nf 

BO BC|0IBfllfiRR 

f IniifaiaR Uas from 
MaWfa/Sahertand 
1 Straedfaa ortuouniD A aaemeire 
n miJ aas ham Cortnanc/Rcir 
& Drowra Medwai. H amidr f 
WadCaeramiy 

A HoddDyuOO afaufcr dfayi (Aa 
loeal hcCdeyt 

c fafa fay- . ■ 

atocotiOB oRaamoRi named 
kauawaa A coHyicaiy cor 
iX Two year coraoet 

Ftaae mal raana toe 
AnancM kdekr i d Wl be. 


7775 Coew Reed 
tOH4S 


CmomA OH 4S242 USA 
Tdau n/4442 AMUNC- 


EBOinVE POSniON 
ARAl GROUP heaet ~ 
.panmgmnniWirfaB . . . 

uw aae id dfad n a a bwyer, fam fcu 
wvdi Rendi / fiantai Law maelio 

Rumat AIR8K7BiaJSH / NIBIC 

prefarably JerdonuL Egyptian a 
dasiiniaa FHD ft Gdreaeriaea 
would be on cmat. Resuee wHh ar6fa 
ertaa, rcfarencB ft aefary reguramea 
wR be Ireded writ) arid eenModah 

WIrite Alto Mr. ABUL frIOCM 

PCM 26555, SAMT, KUWAIT 


EXECUilVE TO orgenoe our e gwrts 


in USA ft mmaga eur bmning oOer 
hdanloi^u^ 


ee. in Frmh V 

t ap t awto di Send renme / 
de i ifed to SonOrac • SP 105 • 
Sard Qmn France. 


executives AVAILABLE 


SWISS MANAGRIG DUBCrei 
42 yea dl 18 )««i HhlBH ffKrtet- 

ng.ond soles eaperiance, prowan imer' 
nolfa ne i sueam recon' 
spnri, Geimoru Fiadi 
to startwes. 


Iked 


SEBS CHAUBIGINO POSmON 

J5« ®9jHerdd Tetany 
92521 NatOy CedK, Frm 


ADMMMnunVR ASSSTANT. W 

m irt I. oMnatrafaq, 


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nwdi & cemeuier flueru, wel hov. 


tte^ & cenauiar fluen 
el^aem 11^ VMgrId exparienem 
me^.D aodrt Cddar. ffStrfS 
gJ^SJjjKJOTOOSUSA. 


general posmoNs 

AVAOABLE 


Raidi PhUdar 
is todeng far e 


READBf 


Fkae wrfte i 


who vnB fanverd. 


AMBICAN.tlB^ W PAWSaeab 




Miwnad o naaiaq, jQ 


e"g* **^ n wp Qr ^ ' uTStfe 


Autom ala n 

rdwnir rmane oiel 


eio emanhd. 


PnAmne. 


EMPLOYMENT ; " 

general posmons -!' 

AVMUBLE - ■ u 


Wl AK tOQNMB Ml Nan «* 


wiitai mreidMi wfaatowWiBfa 
aewo.b idwi / todm t artk 

Ml / fe^falMtotMpito nbciqi 


ft.eemMik gimBa.petoj^l^ 


yfa dto URtoin^ — 

iBaerteta N B*d. Su« i w ii to CBt6 
pkied mmiga on mdipeid ad 

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ir.^lKST^ 

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CWMEAftNNtlMHft. Hundreds I 

pMtmitoi fat 4 eocuBdani fra 

dilaii Qaemaet Eniiky m i iy So- 

Cr IWIBb * 0|Qfa UBiQBs toMi 

K3P3C7. ■ 


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' wemmdirtipM 

. /odarlenOtoips* 

..v—a etorprtfar&cenpaaiH 
Baepi&Grwu. ARrsparaapn 


csStSss,'; 

rransi eraoBanr t 

edeagaifaiMerp 




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■ — Meiddllr 




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GENERAL 

POSmONSWANIED 


GBMAFfrAMBUUN - 
Qm aga6& ado beriietar.iA 
brf JelmK finaneeiy aakon 
- ..faSngud, wfan to refacok/ 
iravd, M> retired a n Uflu rd wa md 
ktortc k wid corporoaimL Vtfat - 
Garmany. Am seddag poaM of top 


pe,ad« H re ap er ^/ Mg 
oddrasp^ 


cBBslant with parrnnnt « 

on^ eubide the Fedaid fapafa. 
y/m eo u sner ehilen6irepie o j uda, 
Own rafrekii ev. 

Ufale in emfrdanea to 
KT. Ben 2182, Aadr^. 15. - 
MOOO Frat6Afa/Mfa. 


SEAMASIBt, 51. DYNAMIC 
ar marana in ^'s eon 
brtinass iru a nfaranae. eorGo* 
■rturenasft datia port fligm 
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mnd^CSermai, Mon. Sums 

Good ei human rakiionk difa fa' 
send miua, Senb didkn^ pem 
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maganqrrjV.i 


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(2 mSon aroitalni^. MStG to trof 

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OfaSOHenmlvTi 


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W haud. TafeWhmri 3611S 



MnW BUSINEB lADT. eoly SO'l, 


unih esmarfana in JepoiM mafa" 
ond euMc lulmini B . Rnani Sofa 


eg ond ralalief& Ruani Spofr 
^.naht qidfandng po el an n W1 
kumw related fifaL FYepored » 
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wirtifa Frafa ledy. Good ortocls 
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