St. Louis Post-Dispatch from St. Louis, Missouri on November 3, 1981 · Page 13
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4A Tues., Nov. 3, 1981 ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH people 1 '"I &JltL First Step UPI MAUREEN REAGAN, the 40-year-old daughter of President RONALD REAGAN and Oscar-winning actress JANE WYMAN, officially announcing Ms. Reagan's campaign Monday to defeat incumbent Sen. S.I. HAYAKAWA for the Republican nomination to the U.S. Senate from California. Her campaign began in embarrassment when her staff was forced to retract a long list of people said to be supporters, admitting that it contained numerous errors. HERBERT VON KARAJAN, 73, conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic, was SEIJI OZAWA's teacher 20 years ago. Now Ozawa, 43, conducts the Boston Symphony. Both orchestras are appearing in Tokyo this week and Ozawa said Monday of his mentor's group, "I still feel like a student, particularly after hearing them in rehearsal the other day." Film and television star ROCK HUDSON is expected to spend the next two weeks in a hospital after heart bypass surgery, described by his manager as "an unqualified success." Arteries feeding the heart muscle were bypassed in surgery Monday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. "His heart is . functioning perfectly on its own, with no signs of any complications," said the personal manager for the 55-year-old actor. "We're lucky they caught it this early. The doctors said he could have had a fatal heart attack within a month." "When are you going to stop making my life a total misery?" PRINCE CHARLES snapped at a posse of press photographers when they outfoxed him on a fox hunt Monday near Ewen, England. In an effort to duck publicity, Charles passed up an expected appearance at a hunt at Tetbury in the County of Gloucestershire for a place in the White Horse Hunt at Ewen, about 10 miles away. But photographers and spectators were waiting for him at Ewen after four hours of hunting. Looking miserable and dejected, Charles decided to call it a day and left for home. Actor ED ASNER of the "Lou Grant," television series has been elected president of the 50,000-member Screen Actors Guild. Asner, who defeated incumbent WILLIAM SCHALLERT in balloting Monday, was active during the four-month actors strike, which crippled the entertainment industry last year. PUBLIC AUCTION U.S. CUSTOMS ENTRIES 81-4258080 S 1 0-88907 FROM WHOLESALERS IN LONDON, ZURICH AND NEW YORK HAVE IMMEDIATELY RELEASED INVENTORIES TO FULFILL THEIR FINANCIAL DEBTS. 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The commander in chief of Sweden's Armed forces, Gen. Lennart Ljung, said at a news conference that the Soviet government also had) agreed to an inspection of the sub's navigational equipment, charts and duty lists. Swedish officials said that the aged, Whiskey-class sub had been fitted with special intelligence-gathering gear. Ex-Official Recalls Disgust On Internment WASHINGTON (AP) An official who unwillingly played a role in the uprooting of 120,000 people of Japanese ancestry in the United States during World War II says the experience was a wretched one. Laurence I. Hewes was director of the western region of a small New Deal farmers' agency, the Farm Security Administration, when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor in 1941. Shortly thereafter, he was assigned the job of moving Japanese and. Japanese-American farmers from California to 10 resettlement camps in the interior. "There is something Kafkaesque in the evil of such an assignment," Hewes said in testimony prepared for the Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians. fSS! After barring Soviet salvage ships from rescuing the sub, the Swedish goovemment said Swedish tugs would not refloat it until the government received a satisfactory explanation of the grounding. But a storm blew up while Gushin was being interrogated. "The submarine sent Mayday signals over the radio and fired emergency red flares and asked for assistance," Rasmussen said. "The rough weather threatened to break up the submarine." Despite 90-mph winds, two tugs completed the salvage operation in less than an hour, and the submarine was anchored about 10 miles from the Karlskrona base. "The submarine is safely secured and blocked, with no possibility to break loose and escape," said Cmdr. Lennart Forsman, commander of the naval base. A navy spokesman said Swedish engineers would go over the ship to determine whether it was still seaworthy. Gushin and his navigation officer were returned to the sub, accompanied "Everything was so quiet and orderly. A field office in an Exclusion Area (which the evacuees had to leave) had the outward appearance of normalcy. Evacuees sat quietly beside desks, soberly answering questions as an official form was filled out. "It was heartbreaking to witness the cooperation of , human beings in preparations for their disposal," he said. "Loud expressions of rage and despair would have been a relief. The quiet acceptance of injustice was unnerving." Hewes described the mood in California, where 110,000 people of Japanese descent lived, in the days after war broke out. Nothing happened at first, he said. Bofag what wed When you're doing business in the West, let American take you there. We have convenient service throughout the Western U.S., inctoding Hawaii. 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But Foreign Minister Ola Ullsten told reporters Monday the Soviet officers were "guaranteed personal immunity and will, of course, not be detained against their will after the questioning." The skipper had refused to leave the submarine or hand over his log for inspection unless he got permission from his government. Soviet Ambassador Mikhail Yakovlev informed the Foreign Ministry Monday that his government had approved the But when word came that a unit of the California National Guard had been wiped out in the fighting at Corregidor in the Philippines, public opinion took a sharp turn. "Practically all political leadership Girl Wounded Thrice A 17-year-old St. Louis girl was reported in critical condition today after she flagged down a van on U.S. Highway 40 Monday night and was found to be bleeding from three gunshot wounds, St. Louis County police said. 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The Foreign Ministry . announced Saturday that the Soviet ambassador had delivered his government's regrets that the submarine had ."entered Swedish territorial waters and , a military restricted one." ,r , ' '. Meanwhile in Chicago, Luis Kutner, chairman of the Commission for International Due Process of Law, said he had asked Swedish officials Monday to detain the submarine crew until the Soviets make public information on the imprisonment of Raoul Wallenberg, a Swede who led hundreds of thousands of Hungarian Jews to freedom during World War II. The Soviet Union has refused to make public information on Wallenberg's imprisonment, although reports from former Soviet prisoners in Siberia indicate that he was alive several years ago. Of Japanese joined the anti-Japanese crusade," Hewes said in his written testimony. "One after the other, they competed in vocal support of those who claimed that our Japanese neighbors were a clear and present threat." Flags Down Motorist shot her when she fled from his car. Police said she was discovered about 9: 10 p.m. when she ran out in front of a van in the westbound lanes of Highway 40 about a quarter-mile east of Clarkson Road. ' She had been shot in the back, buttocks and arm, police said. She is hospitalized at St. Luke's Hospital-West, 232 South Woods Mill Road, Chesterfield. I " t " wnen n be til," hy '

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