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Solzhenitsyn
rejects second
govt. summons
MOSCOW (A') - Alexander Solzhenitsyn, the target of bitter offic-
ial attacks for publication of his book on Stalinist labor camps, re-
jected yesterday a summons to the Soviet prosecutor's office. He said
he would not appear for interrogation.
The prosecutor's office had delivered a second summons to the
apartment of the author's wife, and Solzhenitsyn said he refused to
acknowledge legality of the summons.
FOLLOWING a furious campaign of official press denunciations
of Solzhenitsyn and his book, "Gulag Archipelago," the prosecutor's
action could be the start of an attempt to silence the author by arrest
and initiating charges against him.
A summons was delivered on --_-
Friday, but Solzhenitsyn's wife re-
fused to accept it. A new docu-
ment was taken to her apartment
yesterday and Solzhenitsyn then
issued a defiant statement to the
prosecutor.rel
"In a situation of general illeg-rebel tow n
ality which for many years has

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Rex is ready to roll, he is only guarding his master's car until she returns.
POST-SKYLAB LAYOFFS:

S$pace
CAPE CANAVERAL (W) -
When the Skylab astronauts drop-
ped into the Pacific Ocean Fri-
day after 84 days in space, 1,816
employes at the Kennedy Space
Center saw their jobs come to an
end.
They joined more than 13,000
aerospace workers at the cen:er
who have lost their jobs since
1968, when 26,000 persons were
employed during the height of
America's space program.
BY JUNE 30, the work force
at Kennedy will be about 9,450,
said a spokesman for the Na-
tional Aeronautics and Space AJ-
ministration.

jobs dwindlE

The latest group to receive pink
slips worked mainly for contract-
ors such as the Boeing Co., Gen-
eral Electric Co., and Interna-
tional Business Machines Corp.,
handling launch support facilities
Some will spend their last two
weeks on the job moving the Sa-
turn 1B rescue rocket back to
the Vehicle Assembly Building,
where it will be taken apart and
modified for possible use dur-
ing the 1975 Soviet-American mis-
sion. After that, there will be no
more Americans in space until
perhaps 1978 or 1979.
'LAYOFFS WILL take place

in all skilled categor
ing some managemen
gineering and somet
sonnel," said Al Even
ing's personnel staff.
Boeing, which launc
3 last Nov. 16 with
2,150, was down to
by the first of the ye
McDonnell Douglas
tic-s Co. said that by
February it will ha
its work force at Ker
590 last NovemberK o
J. P. WEIDIG ofA
administrative staff sa
those losing their jo
known since before C
Chrysler Corp. is
payroll here from 3
vember to about 150
McDonald, a Chrys
man, said that by '
company will havet
calling some employ
on the linkup progra
Russians.
Bob Winchester, per
ager for Rockwell, sa
pany has arranged tr
many of the workers
brought in other co
interview them for jo

existed in our country - and the
AP Photo personal eight-year campaign of
slander and ;harassment of me -
I refuse to acknowledge the legal-
like Argus ity of your summons and will not
come for an interrogation to any
state organ," the statement said.
THE SUMMONS, requesting his
appearance at 10 a.m. today, did
not say why the procurator gener-
al's investigative division wanted
to see Solzhenitsyn.
The Solzhenitsyn statement, re-
leased to Western newsmen, con-
tinued: "Before asking legality
ies, includ- from citizens learn how to observe
t, some en- it yourself. Free the innocent from
hourly ner- confinement.
sou Ee- "Punish those guilty of mass
t of Boe- executions and false informers.
Punish the administrators and the
ched Skylab special organs which have per-
a staff of formed genocide exile of peoples.
about 2,000 Remove from local and regional
ar. satraps today their unlimited pow-
,s Astronau- er over citizens, the ordering
the end of about of courts and psychiatrists."
ve reduced SOLZHENITSYN apparently
.nned v from views the shifting of certain na-
a about 427. tionalities from one place to an-
other in the Soviet Union as a
Mal:)ony ll'form of genocide.
aid many of The office of procurator gen-
)bs "h a v e eral in the Soviet Union bears
hrstmas." some similarities to the attorney
cutting .its general's office in the United
00 last No- States and has broad powers to in-
I. But Tom vestigate and prosecute crimes.
ler spokes- However, the action against
October the Solzhenitsyn would not have been
to start re- taken without a high-level Com-
es to wori| munist party decision since the
im with the procurator's office is under party
,, control as are all other public of-
sonn:l man- fices in the Soviet Union.
li the com- SINCE SOLZHENITSYN has re-
ransfers for fused to comply with the sum-
s and h a d mons, the prosecutor's office may
)mpanies to decide to forcibly bring him to
bs. the office.
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PREMIER
turing-
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destroyed
MANILA (' - Thousands of
refugees fled yesterday from burn-
ing Jolo town in the southern
Philippines, where air f o r c e
planes bombed and strafed as gov-
ernment troops battled Moslem
secessionists, reliable military
sources said.
About 6,000 refugees, most of
them Moslems landed by boat yes-
terday 100 miles north of Jolo in
Zamboanga city on Mindanao, the
southernmost main Philippine is-
land, according to government so-
cial welfare officers. Officials
were seeking urgent shipmentof
food, clothing and medicine for the
refugees, who were being housed
in school buildings.
MAJ. GEN. Fidel Ramos, com-
nmander of the Philippine constab-
ulary, told reporters that govern-
ment forces had pushed the invad-
ing rebels three to six miles out
of the town.
However, other reliable military
sources reported fighting was con-
tinuing in at least five pockets in
Jolo. Other well-informed sources
said the attack on Jolo occurred
simultaneously with attacks on at
least two towns in Zamboanga del
Sur and in some areas in Cotabato
and Lanao del Norte provinces on
Mindanao.
The government described the
rebels as "Maoists" but the dissi-
dents said they were fighting to
set up their own nation in the pre-
dominately Moslem areas of the
southern islands.

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Fighting erupts along
Iraq-Iran border
BEIRUT, Lebanon (P) - Iraq Arab state equipped mainly with
and Iran were reported moving up American weaponry, announced;
troops to reinforce their common that 41 Iranian soldiers were killed
border yesterday after a territor- and 81 wounded in Sunday's bor-
ial dispute erupted in heavy fight- der clashes with the Soviet-
ing. More than 140 casualties were equipped Iraqis.
reported. The Tehran announcement came
The border hostilities Sunday about 24 hours after Baghdad re-
raised fears of a major collision ported one Iraqi officer was killed
between the two military powers and 22 soldiers were wounded in
of the wealthy Persian Gulf area, the fighting.
source of much of the world's oil. The clash ended a four-month
But official sources in Tehran, truce between the two countries,
the Iranian capital, said the fron- which have been vying for domi-
tier was quiet yesterday. nance in the gulf since the BritishE
Baghdad newspapers claimed forces withdrew in 1971.
Iran was rushing in tank and in- The Tehran government state-
fantry regiments opposite Iraq's ment charged Iranian losses re-
Badra border region. Reports in sulted from an attack by Iraqi'
Beirut newspaper said Iraq also ground forces on the Iranian fron-
was hurrying in extra troops. tier post of Mehran and a bomb-
IRAN, a Western - oriented non- I ing raid on a nearby dike.

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