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The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa · Page 22

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68 / DtS MOINES REGISTER • S«t., Aug. 30, 1979 KENNEDY FILES ORDER DENIED LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (AP)—A judge refused Friday to order the police commission to open its files on the 4968 Robert F. Kennedy assassination. Superior Court Judge Norman Dowds said he was barred from such an order by exempting law a state law enforcement of bodies from requirements public disclosure laws. The CBS network and Paul Schrade, a Kennedy supporter who was wounded at the Ambassador Hotel the night the Peru ousts ailing president; leaders vow to keep policies LIMA, PERU (AP) - President Juan Velasco's fellow generals staged a bloodless palace coup Friday, removing the ailing leader but declaring they would follow his "socialist revolution." Military commanders named Gen. Francisco Morales Bermudez to replace the 65-year- old Velasco, whosfi leftist regime had ruled for seven years. Held Three Posts Morales. 53, was named last February to the triple posts of New York senator "was" killed JP rlmC m\n\nler, arm y chief of had filed suit seeking public | staff and defcnsc "1'n'ster. disclosure of the commission's Manv observers speculated at the time that Velasco had personally picked him as his even- files. City Council The Los Angeles City Council recently joined a group of persons and organizations that contend that certain evidence related to the assassination may b e conflicting. Among the unanswered questions, they say is the number of guns fired in the hotel pantry. Evidence at the trial of Sirhan B. Sirhan, convicted of murder in the case, indicated that the suspect acted alone with a single weapon. Resist Efforts The commission and police officials have resisted efforts to make the files public, saying that some of the information could embarrass innocent persons connected with the case. Although Dowds refused to order that the files be opened, he commented that "the police commission and the police department could well adopt a policy of broader accessibility to the files." \ Attorney Howard Privett said j CBS' New_YorJLCity_flffice_will decide later whether to appeal the ruling. tual successor. Velasco has been suffering severe circulate- j was holding its concluding ses- ry problems since February sions . Velasco had a(WrCss ed «• « meeting of foreign a'nTb- and his tafed in dom'inal aneurism. A communique broadcast nationally said the revolt was supported by all the military -forces and police. Lima Calm Lima remained calm. The only military activity was at the presidential palace, which was sealed off by soldiers and police. Several thousand spectators gathered around the palace, but scattered when an army helicopter hovered over them. The coup came as a surprise ministers Monday. Morales was reported to be returning to Lima from Tacna. BOO miles to the south. Velasco was at his mountain lodge 25 miles west of the capital. The government said he was not being detained. Morales was a key figure in the generals' revolt in October 1968 that ousted constitutionally elected President Fernando Belaunde Terry and replaced him with Velasco. Police Strike Velasco's government was se- to hundreds of foreign delegates! yerely shaken last February by attending the week-long confer-!rioting orer a national police ence of nonaligned nations th*t strike. Army troops and tanks million to $500 million. smashed the policemen's strike headquarters Feb. 5 and looters swept through Lima for the next 24 hours. At least 800 per sons were arrested and police strikers claimed dozens were killed. The communique announcing the coup was signed by the commanders of Peru's five military regions. A national radio broadcast quoted the statement as saying the revolt was to achieve a "free fatherland' and eliminate "personality cults and detours that our institutions had suffered.'* No Shifts Seen There were no indications of any major shifts in Peru's political or economic policies. Gen. Leonidas Rodriguez Gonzales Figueroa, commander of the key Lima military region, said the new leaders would follow the principles of Velasco's "social revolution." Velasco had frequently declared that his government was "neither anticapitalist nor anti- Communist, neither capitalist nor Communist, but authentically homespun Peruvian . . Socialist, humanist and Christian." Morales is considered a mod erate leftist but a tough disciplinarian. He gained favor with conservative elements in the armed forces because of his record as minister of economy and finance from 1969 to 1973. In those five years Peru's monetary reserves rose from $60 AN INDIAN TRIBE STATE OF N UNDER AN 196? TREAT/ GOP finance chief quits in flap with Mrs. Smith sary in view of post-Watergate regulations on political fundraising. SOUTH BEND, IND. (AP) - O.C. Carmichael, jr., has resigned as chairman of the Republican National Finance Committee in a dispute with GOP National Chairman Mary Louise Smith, the South Bend Tribune said in Friday's edi tions. Indiana Republican Chairman Thomas S. Milligan confirmed i J» m thne . United . St * tes to ,. •j L. i and wor k as fishermen, the the report and said he and Car- we if are minister said Friday. michael would attend a meeting The U.S. Embassy confirmed of the national committee^s_ex-[the ajinpuncement but declined Uruguay to get Viet refugees MONTEVIDEO, URUGUAY (AP) — A number of Vietnamese refugees will come here ecutive committee Sunday, when Carmichael will explain his side of the controversy. Carmichael was unavailable for comment on the Tribune story, and his secretary said he "has gone on vacation and cannot be reached until Sept. 2." "Very Serious Situation 1 ' Milligan said the dispute between Carmichael and Mrs. Smith involved Carmichael's plans for a more formalized party fund-raising structure. Milligan described the break as "a very serious situation." A spokesman for the Republican National Committee in Washington, Buddy Bishop, said HONG KONG - The body of! Carmichael's resignation had not been received in writing at national headquarters and it fxTglve details. Uruguayan officials said the decision was a response to an appeal by President Ford for help to resettle refugees in other countries. Welfare Minister Federico So- neira did not say how many refugees would come to Uruguay, nor did he give a date for their arrival. Mausoleum built for Ho Chi Minh the late President Ho Chi Minh of North Vietnam is well preserved in a newly built mausoleum sited In historic Ba Dinh Square, Hanoi's official news agency reported Friday. was doubtful there would be any offical statement in the meantime. The Tribune said the resigna- It was in Ba Dinh Square 30 < Hon was tendered verbally to years ago that the late Presi- Mrs. Smith, of Des Moines. Carmichael, from South Bend, also is treasurer of the with Republican National Corn- year's national day festivities. 4 Iowa lawyers named fellows dent read Vietnam's declaration of independence. The mausoleum, built the- assistance of Soviet experts, but Milligan said Car- was begun Sept. 2, 1973, and has imirhael will remain in that been completed in time for this post despite his resignation from the finance committee. i | Next Meeting i Milligan said Carmichael's resignation probably will be accepted or rejected at the next full national committee meeting attorneys fellows have Sept. 8-9 in Washington. Carmichael was appointed fi- Four Iowa been named fellows of the American College of Trial Law- j nance chairman by Mrs. Smith, yers, officials of the organiza- wno assumed the party lead- lion said. The four are District Judge ership post last year. The Tribune quoted uniden- Robert G. Allbee of Des i tified sources as saying Carmi- Mojnes, Harold R. Grigg of chael has been unable to con- Primghar. Lex Hawkins of Des vince Mrs. Smith to approve Moines, and Robert C. Tilden of the procedures and committee Csdar Rapids. ] staffing he believes are neces- lowa couple wed at sea SANTIAGO, CHILE (AP) - A young Indianola, la., couple on a cruise has been married aboard ship by the captain while passing through the Strait of Magellan at the tip of South America. The wedding of the former Christine M. Hollinger, 22, and Danny Dwight Porter, 23, took place Aug. 23. It was confirmed by fellow passengers and Capt. Earl Hill of Ihe Prudential liner S.S. Santa Mercedes. Christine won a 51-day cruise of South America for two on a television show in Hawaii when she was on vacation. She asked her boy friend to join her. They decided to get married after several weeks of the cruise and asked the captain to perform the ceremony. CROSSWORD PUZZLE Edited by Will Wenf of Hie New York Time* tutoA fun* Unscramble these four Jumbles, one letter tn each square, to form four ordinary words. nnj& iv C) YOiWL ZARQUT :) LIK.UA n O a r > ^ S ACROSS 1 Ewe's offspring 5 "Poison," e.g. 10 Irish governing house 14 Australian bird 15 Tony of baseball 16 Form of an Asian country 17 Part of a suit 18 Neap and ebb 19 To-do 20 Music arrangement 23 111 at 24 "G.W.T.W." locale 25 Noise-maker 28 Yugoslavian city 30 Torments 34 Protective walls 36 Dollar often bet 37 Solar disk 38 Houston athlete •10 Italian city 41 U nto Caesar that..." 43 Yeast, for one 45 Cornered 46 Vigor 47 Fragrant 48 Hereditary . factor 50 Bye-bye 52, Weatherman's 'job 59 French trial town 60 Longlegged bird 61 Dies 62 Ounce, in Spain 63 Spooky 64 Like Sahara's reaches 65 Port of Yemen 66 Fear 67 Grafted, in heraldry DOWN 1 Son of Jacob 2 Word of approval 3 Confusion 4 Naive investor 5 Water lily 6 Foodstuffs 7 Tarry 8 Current —— 9 "Built to — lifetime" 10 Third cousin, for one 11 Against 12 Prefix for syncrasy 13 Desolate 21 Boarding stairs 22 Jason's ship 25 Take (disassemble) 26 Subsequently 27 Aromatic hydrocarbon 29 Plant fiber 31 —-time (formerly) 32 Certain people 33 Clever 35 Attention 36 Stole 39 Snakes, lizards, etc. 42 Biblical locale 44 Roman religious festivals 46 Annoy 49 Snooped 51 Pretended 52 Malay boat 53 Peeling 94 Soft mud 55 Spare or flat 56 Teheran's country 57 Kiln 58 Old musical note ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE aauaa aaan FKIFIH aaaoQ aaaa aaao uuuGiidi maun QQQQ aaa ana aaa niaanii UN IQIMlEll I uuau aaaa aaaaa aaaa aaaa aaaaa 1 14 17 20 2 i Now arrange the circled letten to form the »urprist aniwer. as suggested by the above cartoon. Pitt At SIWNSINSWEII here f ^L** ^ rfT\ Monrfa>) Yetltrday'i Jumbl.-.: ORBIT CHOKE PARODY LAUNCH Ajii»tn What a ifiimnn nitty t/o.-p to /ICT -A BROOCH 52 59 62 65 53 54 The Family Circus Charmers "Oh, boy! Horn* ogoin and NOTHIN' TO DO!" ThoWi/ardofld ' .'>! '^•'''fjr-" ^ ^"^^.r : ^,^sfo + ~ •*•*")* v Shartnf lightens every burden •no heightens every joy< SOUND THEflLflRMLTHE CHIMN6T! Judge Parker LOOK, DON'T JUST STAND T7 YES...BUT FIRST BREAK INTO PACE'S HOME THERE ASKING QUESTIONS! \J I NEED A GO IN THERE AND GET HER/jffl LITTLE MORE INFORMATION... Morgan, !»!,». I CAN'T SLEEP/ 7 HE'S PROBABLY I STILL THINK ' HE'D HAVE" THOUGHT IT'S RIDICULOUS , I KNOW ) NOTHING — BUT I FOUND /MYSELF./ ABOUT IT, AFRAID TO TELL KEITH "CA VALERIE/ THAT WE WERE ALONE ' PERHAPS MOT/ I'M, JUST TOO SENSITIVE ABOUT THE FEELINGS Or nruppc / : HOME AND IN BED-BtNOVV' THEV'PE SMOWIMQ "THE WOUND OP TMEBASKE8VILLES" DAISY IS WATCHING _ TELEVISION WMV WOULD A DOG WATCH. TELEVISION? LOOK AT THIS. Steve Canyon EASY TO V SAME PLACE WE ORPHAN PICKUP PATROL 5UCKERED.' - NOW WE GO TO NEUTRAL EMBASSY.. WENT TO DELIVER PAYOFF MONEY WHEN NOW BIG SHOT WAS LITTLE POPE SELLER! W FRIENDS YOURS FROM THE WHEN YO DN UPPERS] 8M HEH-HEY, 55* SISTER QU... THAT'S OUT, NIPPER I HAVE THE SAME TROUBLE IN THIS GAME AS I HAVE IN BASEBALL, The He tier Hair Smith ^f^^ r-fMJ i 3** "Next summer I'm going to the mountains to get away from it all. Mt all' is going to the beach." «-3e "I love thij time of year!"

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