The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, September 04, 1979, Image 9

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Cen- took away his “First Circle, kid Split Apart,” and the three lumes of his best-known work, dag Archipelago. ” Svetlana Alliluyeva, daughter of elate Soviet Premier Josef Stalin, salsobanned from the fair by cen- iswhotook away her “Twenty Let- to a Friend,” and “Only One Autumn garden of gold A butterfly gets the Midas touch as it settles on the richly colored orange and gold mari golds growing Gardents. Texas A&M’s Floral Test Battalion photo by Lee Roy Leschper Jr. 3 I ar. White Night,” a memoir by Is- sli Prime Minister Menachem ailinghis years in a Stalinist Rudder lorcam P’ was a ' so taken away by Soviet authorities, as was “My mntry and the World,” a book by ibel Prize-winning Soviet dissi- nt Andrei Sakharov. Jeri Labor, an official of the As- liation of American Publishers, bed the Soviet censors confis- lethe books and said, “It s an in- idible process.” Random House had 15 books coll ated, the most of any American blisher. Among the other books taken ay by the Soviets were “Adven- esin Living Judaism,” “An Ulus- ted history of the Third Reich,” a book dealing with Mikhail ryshnikov, who defected in 1974 m Leningrad’s Kirov Ballet and performed in New York ever World briefs United Press International TOKYO — Vice President Walter Mondale concluded Monday Japan is a democracy because of the way cameramen and politicians get along. Still and television photographers shouted to Mondale and Japanese Prime Minister Masayoshi Ohira to shake hands for the camera again, and again, and again. They did. “The test of a democracy is when the cameramen tell you what to do,” Mondale joked to Ohira. “This is a democracy. MAHABAD, Iran - Government forces Monday entered the Kur dish stronghold of Mahabad, Iran, under the cover of F-4 jets, forcing Kurdish rebels to retreat into the hills. A column of troops led by armored personnel carriers and heavy trucks moved into the city from the northeastern side and prepared to launch a “clean-up” campaign against suspected Kurdish insurgents still hidden inside buildings. But most of the Kurdish gunmen holding the city fled into the mountains, carrying their weapons with them. The town ofBaneh, west of Tehran, was also being evacuated. There was no word on the whereabouts of Kurdish leaders Sheikh Ezzeddin Hosseini and Abdor Rahman Qas- semlou, who moved there from Mahabad last week. TOKYO — Lan Lan, the 10-year-old panda adored by millions of Japanese children and symbolizing renewed Chinese-Japanese ties, died Monday. An autopsy disclosed she was pregnant with twins. Lan Lan’s death was announced at tear-filled news conference, and Japan’s former Prime Minister, Kakuei Tanaka, sent condolences at the death of “the idol of Japanese children.” For two years, millions of animal lovers in Japan and the world rooted for Lan Lan and her male companion Kan Kan, 8, to produce offspring. They mated June 4, 1977 and again in the spring of this year. Lan Lan, groaning, collapsed in her air-conditioned cage Friday afternoon and went into a coma. Sunday, 38,000 children, crying openly, went to Lan Lan’s cage. “Poor Lan Lan, don’t die,” they prayed. Welcomes Back All the Aggies and Bea Ayala and Dawn Marie to their staff PROFESSIONAL PERSONALIZED HAIR SERVICE FOR MEN AND WOMEN Michele Thompson Owner 301 Patricia College Station, TX 77840 behind the Dixie Chicken 713/340-7401 Key IRA figures hunted hy gang United Press International BELFAST, Northern Ireland — Belfast police said Monday they are treating seriously a warning by one of Northern Ireland’s most de adly Protestant killer gangs that they will murder prominent members of the Provisional IRA. The threat was announced to re porters who were taken blindfolded Sunday to a west Belfast hideout of the Ulster Freedom Fighters, a tiny radical Loyalist group closely con nected to the outlawed Ulster Volun teer Force, that has been responsi ble for the sectarian murders of do zens of Catholics in recent years. In the hideout, the journalists aotian refugees flee home in U.S. ww ipany pi it six tests >r in ftirtk ectromyoj muscle tel United Press International iance is«LAKEWOOD, Colo. — Thirty- patterns I) ir Indochinese refugees, most of Effectivi m children, have been sleeping a tile floor in the basement of a mispherei arch for two weeks since fleeing a otionaln mver housing project in the wake ispheretl confrontations with Mexican- lerican neighbors, commerci file refugees fled Denver’s South ibviously acoln Park housing project when usinessai ig-simmering tensions between arvey sail em and some Chicanos exploded meralfieli :oa night of bottle and rock throw- rainmenl is not all the Chicanos who used us trouble, said Neng Lee, head of one of three related nilies who fled the project. “But it Jtsobad we feared them as much as feared the communists. VVe mldn’t go out of our houses at night Jess there were two or three of us, ideven then it wasn’t safe. ” The refugees, all from a Laotian mountain tribe that fought alongside the United States in Southeast Asia, have been living at the Green Mountain United Presbyterian Church because they haven’t found private apartments. “It is not very good here, espe cially for the little children,” Lee said. “VVe may be here another two weeks because it is hard to find hous ing with so many kids. There are 20 children among the group. Lee said although the church basement was cramped and the chil dren had to play in a small yard next to a busy thoroughfare, his relatives at least felt safe. “Even in our country, the church was a place people didn’t cause trou ble in, " he said. “They come there to pray for God. VVe don’t want to fight. Maybe the church can help us find a house and we can have a good future here. were shown weapons that masked UFF men said would be used in at tacks on Provisional Irish Republican Army men. Most of the guns were automatic self-loading rifles used hy British soldiers in Northern Ireland or German-made pistols issued to local police. At their impromptu news confer ence, the masked UFF men pro duced a “death list” of 95 names of people they said were key IRA guer rillas. The UFF men said they decided to begin their assassinations again because both the British Army and the police were incapable of defeat ing (he IRA using legal methods. A police spokesman in Belfast said they are treating the threat seriously and are now hunting the UFF men and their arms cache in West Belfast. 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