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Hopes are dimming for Mideast peace - Red Bank Register Archive

Hopes are dimming for Mideast peace - Red Bank Register Archive

Hopes are dimming for Mideast peace - Red Bank Register

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Oae problem with teg the old standards It findiag new ones to ate tat fraaaeat propoaal calli for linking pre- Consumer report • t new ayftem of telling rale* would beaefU tome driven - people uader tt would BO longer pay higher price* Jut became of then- age, for example - tt would taw mean aa increase la premium! for those who now get Regarafeas of the nting system in use in your state, you •can save money if yon shop around and learn what to look for. Compare rates from several companies The variation fnm one Arm to another can be substantial The dealer you hay your aato from may suggest a particular Qnn, but you doa't ail—tartly hare to follow all or her rtcommeada Ota. CoatMer catdng down on your coverage by increasing the dedactiate amount you pay yourself. Suppose, for eumple, you have t collision policy with a t» deductible aad you are to aa accident invotnag (MO worth of damage. You pay the 8* and the insurance company pays the rest If you an willing to pay mare la the event of an accident. your premium goes dawn. A switch from a» deductible to a pt rtujnrtihfr can save you nearly H percent; increasing the deductible from tM to UN cuts the bill by II to M percent Don't buy coverage that you don't need. Collision coverage which protects yew car against damage may net be needed on an older car. It makes little tense to pay f tH a year tor a car that la worth only $M0 The amount you would get from the Insurance company probably would not The Daily Register VOL.101 NO. 215 SHREWSBURY, N.J. MONDAY, MAR6H 5, 1979 15 CENTS insurance pay tor repairs ttoee the moat you can collect, an matter what yoar coverage, is the current market value of (he car Remember: U yen Hernia deductions, you can deduct any fire, theft or co(Uo» Iota above flat oa yoar federal income tax return. That eats the vane of the Ion • Bay a cheaper ear. The cheaper the ear la to repair and Ike tower the price of parti, the lower the premium for hajaraaca. Look tar dltcoaau. Docs your Insurance company offer lower ratet tt yon don't tmoke? What about a "good Undent" discount for younger driven or a multi-car discount tor families with mare than one auto? Can you save by joining a carpool? ' Try to pay your premiums for the full period of the pohcy. It COM more to pay on the Installment plan Notify yoar totarer if your annual mileage goes down or tf someone who aormaUq uses the car leaves home, to get married or go to school, for example. Hopes are dimming for Mideast peace _JL _ The Israeli press published markedly optimistic reports on the~ ures and . would not lead to a larger U.S. presence in the Middle - 1 WASHINGTON (A?) -— President Carter's latest bid to salvage Mideast peace prospects is keeping dimmed hopes aave, but barely more than that. At Carter's marathon weekend talks with Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin appeared near collapse Sunday, the president gave Begin new suggestions described by an Israeli official as "important and interesting." "What happens next Is too soon to know," said a V S official who briefed reporters on condition he not be named: • A secrecy lid was Imposed on the substance of the new American, suggestions for resolving Israeli-Egyptian difference! over a long-awaited peace treaty la Jerusalem, the Israeli Cabinet began meeting today In a special session to consider the suggestions forwarded by Begin Trapped in a cave They warmed their soup over candle and joked LAFAYETTE. Ga. (AP) — A cave wise professor and ttx students - trapped beneath t mountain for 21 boon by flash floods - kept warm with calisthenics, warmed soup over a candle and traded Jokes until rescue divers reached them The stranded party emerged bedraggled but chipper Sunday night after » hours in a large underground cavern When the first diver finally pulled his way against the force of gushing Water through a 2-foot high. M-foot long tunnel to reach the stranded spelunkers at about I pm Sunday, the cavers were preparing to make their own way out "Two minutes later, we would have met them all down the cave," said Warren Moore, a 25-year-old student at Georgia Southwestern College. The first to slog from the watery cave was Cheryl GiUis, II, who collapsed into the ' arms of her mother. Canolia Gillis of Macon, one of several anxious parents who krpt a fireside vigil at the cave mouth in remote northwest Georgia "Thank God she's safe," Mrs. GiUis sobbed "The first 200 feet was comparatively easy." said Larry Bean, the diver who first reached the party Then Dream! suggestions Begin was quoted in one as saying the ideas "are important and are a change for the better ' An Israeli official, who requested anonymity, said Begin hoped to have a reaction from Jerusalem before his anticipated midweek departure from the United States The US official emphasized, however. that Carter and Begin have no plans to meet again He said Israel's reaction likely would come "through more routine means" — perhaps through the Israeli Embassy here This went far toward dispelling any speculation that a negotiating breakthrough was at hand He said the U.S. suggestions did not involve security meas- came the tO-foot underwater struggle Once he found air on the far side. Bean shouted. "Is anybody home'" "They started yelling. Hey, we're here! We're here!" he said He said the group was high and dry about 1.500 feet from the mouth of the cave "They were standing together on a bank In a large-sized room," he said Bean carried a spare oxygen tank and made seven trips, guiding one caver through the water after another They told Bean that during the ordeal. "They hud- See Trapped, page 4 East. Carter, after meeting with Begin for the fourth time in as many days Sunday, talked briefly by telephone with Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and met with a bipartisan congressional delegation. Sen. Jacob K Javits, R-N.Y , later told reporters the U.S. suggestions "may be the cement that binds this treaty." He provided no details. '' . -» Sen. Charles Percy, R-1U., was less hopeful after the meeting with Carter. "I am not optimistic," he said "I think we're on the verge of a breakdown in these negotiations A miracle could happen, but I don't see it." INSIDE CAVE — Or. Barry Beck, left, and five students, from left. Warren Moore, Mary Faye Smith, Cheryl Gillis, Steen Madden and Dennis Hudgins, were photographed yesterday by a sixth.member of their party while they were trapped in a water-filled cave. Bachelor's state scholarship beauty contest plan arouses ire Jjr DORIS KULMAN One bachelor's dream of a beauty contest has aroused the interest of the state Division on Civil Rights and the ire of tome state employees and Honmouth County feminist leaden. Some state officials apparently have authorized use of the states lntra-officemail to publicize the contest, although its one acknowledged sponsor says he doesn't have the scholarship money being offered as a prize yet, doesn't know how much it will be. and Isn't sure where he's going to get it. Robert A. Giangrasso, a 27year-old rate analyst with the state Department of Insur- ance, is inviting applications from 17 Io-I6 year old female and never married state workers tor what is billed m the Miss New Jersey State Employee Scholarship Pageant, although he candidly admits that he doesn't have any scholarship money to award yet What he does have, Mr Giangrasso said, are 17 requests for applications in the two weeks since he announced the pageant, interruptions at work, and the conviction that "when the governor gets the vibrations he will see this is a good thing for the state." In the meantime, the state Division on Civil Rights will be asking questions about the announcement of Mr Gian- The Inside Story THE WEATHER Rah tartagh tomorrow tonight and ptsslblly lato Iwiwrraw. High today near M. Low loalgal 41 tt 45. CeastJete weather report page 2. 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The division also has some questions about the use of the War Memorial Building in Trenton, which Mr. Giangrasso said he has booked (or the pageant's May 13 finals, Ms Musicant said The 25 employees of the Red Bank office of the Monmouth family Center, angered by announcement of the pageant In the internal bulletin of the state Division of Youth and Family Services (DYFS), are complaining to the New Jersey chapters of the American Civil Liberties Union and the National Organization for Women (NOW), according to a DYFS worker there Attrition Keillors Don't miss our monthly Parade of Homes, Sun., March 11. Deadline, Thurs., March 8. Call Classified Display for your reservation, 542-4000 AtlaaUc Ctasi SaUboal Show March 711 Convention Hall, Asbury Park. 1-10 Dally, 1-7 Sun. Clab Spaaky - Chan Party Tonight Follow the Flight Of The Phoenix Tues.; Charlie Roberts' Disco Too! Ocean Ave., Long Branch. Wit a Trip l» the Triplet! 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"We all plan to apply for the contest, and expect to be rejected on the grounds thai we are too old. too married, or too masculine,' the DYFS worker said A spokeswoman for the state Department of Human Services, of which DYFS is part, said the contest announcement was okayed for dissemination by the chief of the bureau ol personnel at Mr. Giangrasso's request Asked If an attempt had been made to check out the scholarship or any other details of the contest, she said, "not that 1 am aware, of " The notice in the DYFS bulletin says "The Miss New Jersey Slate Employee Scholarship Pageant is the first ol its kind in the state of New Jersey and in the country...It will provide an opportunity for the winner to use the scholarship prize for additional education courses to help her in her job, or for travel to expand her knowledge of the world." "I don't have any scholarship money now, and I don't know how much the scholarship will be." Mr. Giangrasso acknowledged last Saturday "1 will definitely have it established by the end of this month. I want to bang'that out right away. I will meet with Trenton merchants to discuss the appeal the pageant has. I also will ask unions and various state officials to support it by word and with money. And we'll have ticket sales, and ads in a souvenir program book...Oh. there will be a scholarship, that's definite. It's just a question of how much." The announcement in the DYFS bulletin identifies Mr. Giangrasso only as "executive director of the State Employee Scholarship Pageant Committee." And, although the only address it gives for him Is a post office box in Lawrenceville, Mr. Giangrasso said "there is a slight problem" with the telephone calls he's getting at work about the pageant. "I assume anyone who works for the state will get my 'phone number," he said. "But I'm going bananas! It's tremendous! One day a week ago, I got 25 'phone calls at work...I felt like having a recording to give the information about the pageant. I try to give the best answer possible and get on with work...For two days, I was taping the hearings on auto rates, so 1 wasn't at my See Beaaty, page 4 Can love endure it all? By LINDA KRAMER Associated Press Writer SALEM, Ore. (AP) - Tacked on the wall of John and Greta Rideout's sparsely furnished apartment is a hand-lettered sign: "Love can endure all things." But the Rideouts, who captured national attention when wife accused husband of rape then stunned everyone by kissing and making up, are still having their problems. Greta Rideout says the couple has yet to visit a mar- riage counselor. "We should," she said. "Things aren't peachy keen around here." The couple has other loose ends untied. After the trial, Mrs. Rideout said she wanted to do volunteer work at the Women's Crisis Center, the hotline for battered women which counseled her after the alleged rape. She has yet . to report. When they reconciled, the Rideouls spoke of a new religious Interest. Mrs. Rideout said they haven'— joined any church, although they read the Bible together at home. It was almost five months ago that Mrs. Rideout called police and accused her husband of beating and raping her. The young'couple testified against each other at what was believed to be the nation's first trial of a husband charged with raping his wife Rideout was acquitted. Then, within two weeks of See Cat love?, page 4 "Percy said he thought Carter had gone "the last mile." But Sen. Richard Stone, D-Fla., said, "I think the president Is still trying." In Cairo. Sadat met with U.S. Ambassador Hermann Eilts who briefed him on the progress of the talks. Afterward, Sadat said he was not asked by Kilts to visit Washington. He said he planned to respond to Carter's message after meeting today with Prime Minister Mustafa Khalil and Vice President Hosny Mubarak. "I shall have lots to tell you after the meeting," the Egyptian president told reporters. Hanoi: China aims at Laos BANGKOK, Thailand (AP) - Hanoi claimed today that China Is planning to broaden its war with Vietnam by invading Laos, Vietnam's ally to the West, to give it a "springboard for attacks on the western part of Vietnam in coordination with attacks from the north." Vietnam also reported new fighting around the captured northeast border town of Lang Son despite a report from Peking indicating China was preparing to pull out its invasion force. Japan's Kyodo news service, quoting sources in the Chinese capital, said some Chinese troops had ceased (ire and were returning home. "According to many sources, many Chinese divisions have been moved to the Chinese border area adjacent to Laos," said Hanoi's official Vietnam News Agency. "The Peking leadership, while brazenly intensifying the agressive war again Vietnam, Is preparpring to realize its scheme of invading the Lao People's Democratic Republic." Vietnam reportedly has up to 40,000 troops in Laos helping the Communist government fight rebellious mountain tribesmen The news agency claimed China was using 60,000 men and hundreds of artillery pieces and tanks in attacks around the provincial capital of Lang Son, 11 miles from the border, which Uie Vietnamese abandoned some time last week. Hanoi reported "fierce battles" still going on in the area. The Vietnamese claimed 42,000 Chinese killed and 259 tanks Chinese tanks destroyed in the first 13 days of the war, up to last Friday. Western analysts considered this claim was probably highly inflated. „ The Vietnamese government put its people on the alert for more fighting. The Communist Party Central Committee said "every village in Vietnam should be a defense post, every province a strong wall" against the Chinese. Kyodo quoted Chinese Vice Premier Li Xiannian (l.illsiennien) as saying in Peking: "We have already decided to withdraw from Vietnam. Our purpose has been almost achieved." But he did not say when the pullback would take place. - ' f Blaze destroys old farmhouse By CAROLE FORTE LONG BRANCH - Fire this morning destroyed much of an old grey farmhouse here that a former West Long Branch fire chief was "almost bom in." Sam Pandure, West Long Branch, stood quietly smoking a cigarette as city firefighters smashed the windows of the house he called home for the first 20 years of his life. Mr. Pandure's parents, Mr. and Ms. Salvatore Pandure, still owned the vacant, twostory frame home that their son describes as an old farmhouse and one of the oldest houses in this Italian neighbsrhood. What Is left of the house still stands at the corner of Vanderbilt and Tabor streets. The Pandure family moved out in 1(51, their son said and the house was rented after that, but he didn't know how long it had been vacant. "Maybe it was kids smoking in theje Maybe one of them dropped a lighted cigarette" Long Branch Fire See Fire, page 4 1 John, Jenny and Greta Rideout

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