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U.S. elections Nov. 4.
"We want the hostages to be freed before the
presidential election in the United States next
Tuesday," Khalkali was quoted as saying.
When he arrived in Rochester, N.Y., for a cam-
paign stop, President Carter was asked what his un-
derstanding of Khalkali's statement was.
"I think it would be better for me not to comment
until I see the exact statement on it," he said.
KHALKHALI SAID, "We know that the war with
Iran will be long. Many will die if the United States
doesn't give us the weapons we have already bought.
We need the reserve parts now."
"We want to free the hostages before the election,"
Khalkhali told Swedish Radio reporter Agneta
Ramger.
Many of the moderate members of the parliament

surrounding President Abolhassan Bani-Sadr also
want to free the hostages before the election,
Khalkhali told the radio.
It is not that all or a majority of them want to help
President Carter win, but rather they think freeing
the Americans would be in Iran's best interests, the
judge said.
KHALKHALI SAID details of the four condiitons
set by Ayatollah Khomeini for the hostages' release
would also reflect a moderate stance on Iran's par*
and would be easily acceptable to the United States.
But when asked if new conditions had been added,
Deputy Hussein Hasshemian said, "yes but, we will
make them public later." Several issues still were
unsettled, but "the condition of the shah's wealth
remains," he said. "We are debating on the
apology."

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*CLAIMS 100 IRAQIS KILLED IN GROUND AND AIR A TTACKS

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Iran: Iraqi bombers downed

From AP and UPI
Iran said yesterday it downed two of
Iraq's long-range Soviet-built bombers
deep inside its territory, one of them
near Qom, the home of Iranian
revolutionary leader Ayatollah
Ruhollah Khomeini.
Iran claimed 100 Iraqis were killed in
fierce ground and air attacks including
bombing of large refineries near Bagh-
dad and Basra. Iraq denied Iranian
reports of heavy damage at the Bagh-
dad refinery.
IRAQ, CONCEDING the loss of the
two planes, said they went down during
an attack "at Iranian military bases in
Kilan and Ahvaz inflicting damages
and casualties."
Baghdad also reported it shot down
one of Iran's U.S.-made Phantom jets.
Tehran admitted that one of its fighter
planes was hit and crashed and that the

pilot was missing.
Iranian and Iraqi leaders exchanged
defiant charges and claims. Iranian
Prime Minister Mohammed Ali Rajai
said his country would never sign a
peace treaty with Iraq even "if this war
lasts 10 years," and Iraq said it could
put an end to the Iranian regime of the
Ayatollah Khomeini.
AT THE UNITED Nations, the
Security Council debated the war for 70
minutes, but took no action. All eight
speakers urged cautious examination
of the causes for the conflict before the
council acts.
Bitter fighting raged for the third
consecutive day at a bridge southeast of
the Iranian oil port of Khorramshahr
and around Abadan, both sides said.
The Iraqis are trying to cross the span
and attack the northern fringe of

Abadan 10 miles south.
An Iranian communique said Iraqi
artillery a few miles east of Abadan
shelled the city and its giant oil
refinery, one of the world's largest,
which was still burning after weeks of
fighting. The communique said Iran's
troops attacked Iraqi positions from the.
east, and Iraq said its warplanes struck
Iranian positions south of Abadan.
Iraq claimed Iranian aircraft raided
civilian targets in Iraq but fled from an-
ti-aircraft fire. Khomeini had said
Tuesday that Iran would not attack
Iraqi civilians.
Tehran Radio reported a mass
breakout by 1,500 prisoners held in
Iraq, including some Iranian prisoners
of war. But most of the escapees were
from Iraq, Kuwait and Syria, the radio
said without elaborating.

Bond set for avowed racist

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From AP and UPI
TAMPA, Fla.-A federal magistrate
set bond at $1 million yesterday for
Joseph Paul Franklin, an avowed racist
charged in the slayings of two blacks in
Utah and wanted for questioning in a.
string of race-related shootings, in-
cluding the wounding of civil rights
leader Vernon Jordan.
U.S. Magistrate Paul Game set a
hearing for next Wednesday to deter-
mine whether the 30-year-old Mobile,
Ala., native will be sent to Salt
Lake City to face charges that he
violated the civil rights of two blacks
who were shot to death with a rifle as
they jogged in a park last summer.

FRANKLIN, WEARING dark
glasses, and with tattoos of an eagle
and the Grim Reaper showing on his
arms, showed little emotion as the bond
was set.
In asking for the high bond, U.S. At-
torney Gary Betz ticked off a list of
other crimes that authorities want to
question Franklin about, including the
wounding of National Urban League
president Jordan, the slayings of blacks
in four other cities, the alleged
defrauding of a Utah hotel, bank rob-
beries in Tennessee and Georgia and
use of fraudulent identification to ob-
tain a firearm in Kentucky.
Franklin denied any involvement in

the attacks on Jordan and the two men
in Salt Lake City.
"IT WAS ALL trumped up because of
my white racist views," Franklin told
reporters who crowded around him,
"They needed someone to pin it on," he
said. "I'm totally innocent."
Asked if he was a racist, Franklin
replied, "Oh, definitely. I'm against
racial mixing and communism."
Betz said there also is an escape
warrant for Franklin from police in
Florence, Ky. He added that Franklin is
a drifter who hasn't held a job for three
years and has used 12 aliases, wigs and
other disguises to avoid authorities.

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