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Page 12-Sunday, February 17, 1980-The Michigan Daily
Ghotbzadeh discourages hopes
for early U.S. hostage release

(Continued from Page 1)i
even though it has apparently
dropped that as a, condition for
releasing the hostages.
"The return of the shah still
remains one of our demands. No one
has said anything else . . .
absolutely," Ghotbzadeh said.
The Iranian refused to say who he
was meeting in Paris, saying only he
is seeing "various" people and
discussing the hostages. The only
announced meeting was with French
Foreign Minister Jean Francois-
Poncet yesterday. Government
sources said Poncet told
Ghotbzadeh thencontinued
imprisonment of the hostages was
"inadmissable."
Western diplomats in the Syrian
capital of Damascus said Syria,
which is on close terms with the
islamic regime of Ayatollah
Ruhollah Khomeini, was offering to
mediate in the crisis and that the
hostages may be turned over to
Daoudi once the commission
completes its investigation.
But Ghotbzadeh said Iran will not
negotiate "the question of the
hostages with any government" and
declared "no mediation will be
accepted by us."

AP Photo

IRANIAN FOREIGN MINISTER Sadegh Ghotbzadeh speaks to reporters
in Paris about the possibility of the release of the 50 American hostages in
Tehran. He does not expect their release within the next two weeks.

INTENSE PRIMAR Y ANTICIPATED:
N.H. candidates pushing hard

Investigation
eF
is underway
to determine
Abscam leak-
WASHINGTON (UPI)-A U.S.
attorney investigating who leaked
details of the "Arab scam" to reporters
has begun taking sworn affidavits from
FBI officials and federal prosecutors
involved in the undercover probe,
sources said yesterday.
Some of those interviewed said they
also are being asked to state their
willingness to take a lie detector test,.
requested.
THE LEAK investigation, ordered by
Attorney General Benjamin Civiletti, is
aimed at determining who was
responsibile for the premature
disclosure of the "sting" operation that
has implicated eight members of
Congress.
In the 18-month "Arab scam"
investigation, FBI agents posing as
bribe-paying Arab businessmen and
their associates allegedly gathered
evidence of influence peddling against
some 28public officials.
Federal law enforcement officials
have said that, although the probe had
"run itscourse," news leaks about it
forced theFBI to shut it down and
eliminated any options for carrying it
further.
CIVILETTI HAS said he wants not
only to catch the leakers, but to learn
their motives.
High Justice Department officials
have referred privately to the leaks as
"despicable" and "horrendous." But
most conjectured that they originated
from a desire by investigators to
dramatize the results of the probe
rather than any effort to bring it to a
premature conclusion.
One source said that if the leaks are
traced, the leaders will likely be fired.
SOURCES SAID Richard Blumenthal,
the U.S. attorney for Connecticut who is
heading the leak investigation, a,
expected to interview more than 100
FBI agents, bureau officials and
prosecutors. ,
The scope of his investigation, the
sources said, is believed to be limited to
leaks to NBC, the Long Island, N.Y.,
newspapereNewsday and to the New
York Times, all of which ,learned
details of the undercover investigation
while it was still in progress.
But law enforcement officials w
assisted other reporters by confirmin
details of the investigation that already
had been reported are not expected to
face disciplinary action, one source
said.
ONE INVESTIGATOR who was
questioned in the leak probe said he was
asked a series of questions and then
signed an affidavit saying he was not
responsible for any of the major leaks.
Blumenthal, who once was a reporter
himself, declined to discuss the probe
with United Press International-i
even to say how he came to be selected
to head it.
But Robert Smith, chief Justice
Department spokesman, said he and
Blumenthal were classmates at Yale
Law School, and that he had suggested
Civiletti give Blumenthal the
assignment.
Blumenthal said he wanted to keep a
low profile during the investigation. But
earlier, in appearances at a ne
conference and on a network televisiE
interview, he said he was not ruling
out any investigative
technique-including issuing
subpoenas for reporters' notes and
asking department employees to take
lie detector tests.

MANCHESTER, N.H. (UPI)-The
Kennedy and Carter camps are putting
on the biggest organizational effort
ever seen in New Hampshire prior to
the state's Feb. 26 primary
elections-and the most intensive one
An evening of entertainment likely to be seen anywhere in the nation
Concludin the first WCBN Arhthis year.
It appears both campaigns will come
close to their goals of reaching all of the
S 146,026 registered Democrats.
Syr r 7THE WAY THEY are organized, the
only voters missed are those who are
CB r m BY never home, don't have telephones, and
stay away from crowded areas.
"Our campaign is well organized.
PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT

There is almost nothing more we could
do if we wanted to," said Ellis
Woodward, Carter's New Hampshire
spokesman.
Kennedy's spokesman Jeff Petrich
also said his organizational effort has
done just about all it can-although
funds have run out and none of the
Kennedy staff is being paid.
AMONG THE Republicans, former
California Gov. Ronald Reagan
maintained his delegate count lead
yesterday as Arkansas became the first
state to select its full delegation to this
summer's Republican National
Convention.
After the Republican -State
Committee finished choosing the last
seven members of the state's 19-
member delegation to the convention in
Detroit, the count stood this way:
Reagan, seven; uncommitted, five;
Sen. Howard Baker of Tennessee, four;
former U.N. Ambassador George Bush,
two; and former Texas Gov. John
Connally, one.
Of the five total uncommitted

delegates, two were known to lean
toward Baker and one toward Connally.
IN NEW HAMPSHIRE, the rival
campaigns are going about their
personal contact programs differently.
Carter got started early, organizing
last summer, and is depending heavily
on telephone banks to talk to the voters.
Kennedy, who started late, is
depending on volunteers from
Massachusetts, Maine, and Connecticut
who are knocking on doors by the
thousands.
On top of that, there are at least 20
assorted Kennedy relatives out
knocking on doors, and the senator
himself is joining in.
The Carter campaign is not leaving
all the foot canvasssing to Kennedy,
however. Hundreds of Georgians,
dubbed the "peanut brigade," come to
New Hampshire this weekend and
next-just as they did on behalf of
Carter's successful effort here four
years ago.

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"Changing Role of the U.S. in
the Global Political Economy"
Lecture: Monday, Feb. 18 -7:30 p.m.
Assembly Hall, Michigan Union

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Geoffrey Albert
Henry Aldridge
Brian Allen
Lisa Altimore
Mary C. Anderson
Rita Anderson
Robert R. Anderson
Ted Apostoleris
Dorion P. Augus
Christos Banaval
Eloise Barrett
Loren Barrett
Marjorie Barrett
Lucile A. Barth
Leslie Bassett
Percy Bates
Kenneth J. Bell
Robert Bennett
Virginia C. Bennett
Charles Benton
Laurel Benton
Anne Bergen
Rose L. Berry
Peter Bilakos
Esther Bishopp
Mary E. Bishopp
Mildred Bjornstad
Phillip W. Bokovoy
George R. Bolly
Marie A. Bolly
Emily E. Boman
Dave Boyer
Katherine Bradley
Harvey Brazer
Marjorie Brazer
Wiley Brownlee
Phyliss Brownlee
Roberto Bryant
Cheri Bullard
Eunice L. Burns
Laurie L. Burns
Tamora E. L. Burns

Marion B. Coats
Debbie Coleman
Harry Cowen
Bonnie Lynn Crews
Thomas D. Cushing
Ann Dameron
Peter Darrow
Susan Darrow
Elizabeth Davenport
Jim Davies
Dana DeBenham
Gail Dew
Thomas E. Dew
Curtis Demaris
Florence Doman
Roy Doppett
Kevin Doss
M. E. Doukoles
Rubel Duran
Jennifer Elgee
Daniel F. Fantore
Helen Faulks
Edie M. Faye
Gerald E. Faye
Louise Forbes
Emma Ford
Dorr Fox
Roderick Fox
Clydie Frazier
Minor Fazier
Neil Freedman
Pamela Galloway
Lawrence Gause
Shirley Gause
George Gavas
Mindy Gellin
Susan Gervin
C. Paul Gilson
Isabel Giroux
Jack Gold
Harriet Goodrich
Pamela J. Gosline

Alma Hardemon
Shirley Horkless
William J. Hart, Jr.
C. Eugene Hayes
Rachel V. Hayes
Kemwyn A. Heinig
Harriet Helfer
Eileen Hizer
Walter Hizer
Mark C. Huck
Elinor Hunt
Ken Jakubowski
Glenda Johnson
Fred Jones
Linda Jones
Robert F. Jones, Jr.
Alex Kales
Theodora Kales
Dan Kaplan
Sadie Kelley
Vivian Kemeny
Nancy King
Scott Knutson
Mr. & Mrs. John P.
Kokales
Margaret Kraft
Basile Lagos
Helen Lance
James Lansky
Mary Lemke
Mary Li
Luann Lingle
Phil R. Love
Florence Lowery
Marion Jearr Lutz
Margaret E. Lynch
Mildred L. MacMitt
Elise Malefyt
Canny Malmberg
Terry A. Malmquist
Rick Manikos
Janice Margolis

Vernon Merritt
Dennis M. Mills
Patricio K. Mills
Lilia Milne
Michael Milne
Diane Mirages
Doris S. Miree
Thomas T. Miree
Bertha Mitchell
Walter Mitchell
Bruce E. Moore
Michael P. Moore
Lucille B. Myers
Dororthy E. Neff
Alice R. Newell
Kenneth Nicholls
Bessie Niemitolo
Ailie J. Nikkilo
Joe Oddo
Rita Page
Ernest Pappanastos
Kenneth J. Parsigion
Elizabeth G. Patterson
Dubois L. Patton
Thomas L. Pederson
William E. Pengally
Ida M. Pettiford
David Pike
Ethel K. Potts
Robert L. Potts
Emma Pritchard
Dave Pulsipher
Dawn Raymond
Natasha Raymond
Jody Rein
Martha Rogers
Noreen Sachs
Charlotte Sallade
George Wahr Sol lade
Ruta Sanford
Mary Hope Sawyer
Thomas M. Sawyer

Madison Singleton
Richard O. Singleton
Sharron Singleton
Anna M. Stark
Julie Stark
William B. Stein
Joseph Stern
Ann Stevenson
Barbara Stewart
Dorothy Stewart
Lowerence Stewart
Amanda Stone
Helen M. Storey
Violet Stratos
Craig Stuart
Alfred S. Sussman
Selma Sussman
Marjorie Sutliff
H. Swanson
Katerine Takahashi
Irene Tejada
Cindy Thomas
Joann R. Tompkins
Larry L. Tompkins
Bonnita L. Townsend
R. C. Trevas
Doris Truax
George Tsitipipis
Edward Tubough
Bud VanDeWege
Kay Wade
Janice L. Wagley
Carol Wallace
Michael Wallace
Robert S. Wasserman
Ida Moe Waterman
Nolan Wells
Agnes K. Westerberg
M. Wilber
Rodney Willess
Bernice E. Wilson
Debra T. Wilson

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