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*Thursday
Daytime Specials
5:10 HBO YESTERYEAR... 1927 Host Dick
Cavett guides viewers back to 1927, the
year Charles Lindbergh made the first trans-
atlantic flight, liquor flowed in speakeasies
and both the economy and job opportunities
were booming.
1O:OO ED BALLET, HOI This special explores the
relationship of dancers to residents of
remote farm towns, as well as the reaction of
townspeople to an art form far removed from
their exerience nd appreciation.
9:00 m HBO RICH LITTLE'S CHRISTMAS
CAROL The master impressionist plays a
multitude of roles, including Ebenezer
a Scrooge and Bob Cratchit. in an unusual
version of the Charles Dickens holiday clas-
sic.
':30 1)BELSNICKLING Residents go from
house to house wearing masks and must be
identified by those persons to whom they
are singing carols.
paytime Children's Show
0:00 © I PROVINCIAL SCHOOLS
Daytime Sports
5:30 0 SSPORTSFORUM (R)
6:00 HBO WIND RAIDERS OF THE SAHARA
*,, A fleet of bright-sailed land yachts takes a
crew of European, Canadian and U.S. sailors
on a 1,500 mile odyssey from an Algerian
S oasis to the Atlantic.
0 ® VIC'S VACANT LOT (R)
6:30 U SKI SCHOOL Tips for better skiing.
(Filmed at Killingtonr Vt.) (R)
S700O 90 SPORTSCENTER
S9001D® SPORTSWOMAN (R)
9:30© 5 WINTERWORLD
10:00 U0)SPORTSCENTER
x2:00 0 ® COLLEGE BASKETBALL Indiana
Hoosiers at Notre Dame Fighting Irish (R)
:00 O to PONY'S PEOPLE IN SPORTS (R)
:30 a11VIC'S VACANT LOT (R)
3:000 S® COLLEGE BASKETBALL Marquette
A Warriors at Iowa Hawkeyes (R)
Daytime Movies
:00 M *** "Elvis" (1979) Kurt Russell, Sea-
son Hubley. Elvis Presley rises from poverty
and obscurity to achieve fame and fortune
& as a superstar musical performer.
'7:00 m HBO ** "American Wilderness" (No
Date) A filmmaker's quest for record-size
I ' specimens of our kinds of horned sheep and
an 11-foot-tall Alaskan polar bear is
explored.'G'
8:30© m ** "Carnival Story" (1954) Anne
Baxter, Steve Cochran. Romance results in
tragedy for a young German girl when she
becomes a carnival high diver.
EM *** "The Hunter" (1979) Steve
McQueen, Eli Wallach Ralph "Papa" Thor-
son leads a dangerous life as a modern-day
bounty hunter. 'PG' -
9:05 y **/e G"Way, Way Out" (1966) Jer-
ry Lewis, Connie Stevens. A meek astronaut
is propelled into space with a pretty female
companion to operate a lunar weather sta-
tion.
d000 mHBO **Vz "Taps" (1981) George C.
Scott, Timothy Hutton. Military school
cadets take over their school to prevent
plans to turn the academy property into a
condo development. 'PG'
© m D*** "The Pirate" (1948) Judy
Garland, Gene Kelly. A lonely island girl falls
in love with a handsome actor who plays the
part of her hero, Mack The Black.
10:30 **1/2 "lijinsky" (1979) Alan Bates,
George de la Pena. Triumph and tragedy
punctuate the stormy relationship between
the great Russian ballet star and his Sven-
li-like manager. 'R'
12:00S HBO ** "Falling In Love Again"
(1980) Elliott Gould. Susannah York. A
man goes to his high school reunion in the
belief that he can relive the good times of the
past. 'PG'
PED G**VW "The Story Of A Woman"
(1969) Robert Stack, Bibi Andersson. A
married pianist falls in love with a medical.
student.
1:00W® ** "Ramrod" (1947) Joel McCrea,
Veronica Lake. So that she can have her
own way, the female owner of a sheep ranch
hires men to help her outwit her own father.
Q (D ® ** "Storm Warning" .(1951)
Ginger Rogers, Ronald Reagan. While visit-
ing her sister, a woman witnesses a brutal
killing by agroup of Klansmen including her
brother-in-law.
m *** * "Across The Great Divide"
(1976) Robert Logan, Heather Rattray.
Twoorphaned children set out alone across
the Rocky Mountains in order to claim a farm
in Oregon which they inherited. 'G'
1:05 3E **+h "Off Limits" (1953) Bob
Hope, Mickey Rooney. A fight manager con-
tinues his career even after being inducted
into the Army.
2:00 m HBO ** "American Wilderness" (No
Date) A filmmaker's quest for record-size
specimens of four kinds of horned sheep and
an 11-foot-tall Alaskan polar bear is
explored. 'G'
3:00 ** "Just Before Dawn" (1981)
George Kennedy. Chris Lemmon. Five young
people on a camping expedition find them-
selves in the midst of a bizarre family of ani-
mal-like mountaineers. 'R'
Evening
4:00 a ( EIGHT IS ENOUGH
© ® MOST ACTIVE STOCKS / BUSINESS
NEWS
o () THE JEFFERSONS
Q C) GOOD AFTERNOON DETROIT
m HBO RICH LITTLE'S CHRISTMAS

CAROL The master impressionist plays a
multitude of roles, including Ebenezer
Scrooge and Bob Cratchit, in an unusual
version of the Charles Dickens holiday clas-
sic.
® ARTISTRY OF...
MOD SQUAD
Q ED 0 PINK PANTHER
Q (10 ® PLEDGE BREAK
Q (D SUPERFRIENDS
Q m INCREDIBLE HULK
Q ®S DO IT FOR YOURSELF

Q ® p 4D SESAME STREET (R)
4:05Q ETHE MUNSTERS
4:15 Q3() SESAME STREET (R)
4:30 ©® FNN WRAP-UP / BUSINESS FINAL
O ® ALL IN THE FAMILY
®DUNDERSTANDING HUMAN BEHAVIOR
Q ® THE BRADY BUNCH
Q3ID SCOOBY DOO
D S®WHAT'S NEW?
CMMOVIE * "Modern Problems" (1981)
Chevy Chase, Patti D'Arbanville. A hapless
air traffic controller with numerous personal
problems is endowed with telekinetic powers
after being doused with nuclear waste. 'PG'
4:35 O m LEAVE IT TO BEAVER
5:00 6©3 MAUDE
p FREEMAN REPORTS
O ( BARNEY MILLER
p ) NEWS
ED HBO WIND RAIDERS OF THE SAHARA
A fleet of bright-sailed land yachts takes a
crew of European, Canadian and U.S. sailors
on a 1,500 mile odyssey from an Algerian
oasis to the Atlantic.
® IOWA WILDLIFE
mDDOCTOR WHO
Q ED® CHIPS PATROL
Q3EDPINK PANTHER
© m BUCK ROGERS
©D ® KING OF KENSINGTON
Q ® COLLEGE'BASKETBALL Virginia
Cavaliers at Duke Blue Devils (R)
Q ®Q 5m MISTER ROGERS (R)
5:056 © mTHE BRADY BUNCH
5:3063 C|D 0() NEWS
mDBECOMING FULLY YOU Perhaps few
persons understand the concept of love and
its importance in living'a fuller and richer life
than Dr. Leo Buscaglia, professor of educa-
tion at the University of Southern California.
® DARK SHADOWS
Q ®ED Q ® i© m 3-2-1 CONTACT
Q3m GOOD TIMES
©Di® CAROL BURNETT AND FRIENDS
5:3563 QED BEWITCHED,
6:00 ()0 3 C NEWS
Q ®t FINANCIAL NEWS NETWORK
m HBO EMMET OTTER'S JUG-BAND
CHRISTMAS Fifty new Muppets are intro-
duced in a heart-warming story about the
love between an otter mother and her son.
®DTHE SCENE
BQED ® MORK AND MINDY
Q ED ® WHO KILLED THE LINDBERGH
BABY? Trial footage, original evidence and
contemporary accounts are featured in an
examination of the Lindbergh kidnapping
and the trial of Bruno Richard Hauptmann.
63m WELCOME BACK, KOTTER
©6ID BJ / LOBO
Q m MAGIC OF OIL PAINTING
Q E DUNDERSTANDING HUMAN BEHAV-
IOR
I)MOVIE * * * 2 "Across The Great
Divide" (1976) Robert Logan, Heather Rat-
tray. Two orphaned children set out alone
across the Rocky Mountains in order to
claim a farm in Oregon which they inherited.
6:05 ( aD CAROL BURNETT AND FRIENDS
6:30 ©)CBS NEWS
Q ®DTAVI
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® MICHIGAN OUTDOORS
Q ED( 6 EDLAVERNE & SHIRLEY &
COMPANY
Q 60 OVER EASY
Qm BUSINESS REPORT
6:3563 ED BOB NEWHART
7:00 3 (Q FAMILY FEUD
4JOKER'S WILD
p C) ABC NEWS ET
m HBO CONSMER REPORTS PRE-
SENTS "Dollars And Sense Show" The
most effective pain killers and the least
expensive way to clean hand-washables are
examined.
®DQ0®ED (110 BUSINESS REPORT
® EVENING REPORT
BED0M*A*S*H
Q3mDBARNEY MILLER
4 m STARSKY AND HUTCH
QD ®HAWAII FIVE-0
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7:05Q Em GOMER PYLE
7:30 © ® )P.M. MAGAZINE
O @ TIC TAC DOUGH
oQCD PEOPLE'S COURT
mD HBO INSIDE THE NFL osts Len Daw-
son and Nick Buoniconti review highlights of
the previous week's NFL games and inter-
view key players and coaches.
ED Q ® MACNEIL / LEHRER REPORT
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O ED 0 THREE'S COMPANY
o E ® PLEDGE BREAK
Q30 THE JEFFERSONS
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7:350 ED a MACNEIL / LEHRER REPORT
Q3 EDANDY GRIFFITH
8:00 © CI MAGNUM, P.1.
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p ( JOANIE LOVES CHACHI
® PAVAROTTI: KING OF THE HIGH C'S
An in-depth portrait of this great tenor, both
at home in Italy with his family and in concert
during some of his most exciting perfor-
mances, is presented.
EDOPERATION BREADBASKET
o E MOVIE **A2 "St. Ives" (1976)
Charles Bronson, Jacqueline Bisset. A for-
mer journalist is hired by a wealthy film fan-
cier to rcover a set of incriminating ledgers
in exchange for $100,000.
Q3EDMOVIE *** "MiraclerOn 34th
Street" (1947) Maureen O'Hara, John"
Payne. An old man named Kris Kringle is
hired by Macy's to play Santa Claus in the
Thanksgiving Day parade.
T n MARCONI The 80th anniversary of
inventor Guglielmo Marconi's historic wire-
less message crossing the Atlantic is com-
memorated in a documentary including
interviews with two of his daughters, his sec-
ond wife and two biographers.
QUID NFL STORY: LINE BY LINE
Q ® THE SNOW QUEEN: AN ICE BAL-
LET Six Olympic skaters, including John
Curry and Dorothy Hamill, join the Jojo Star-
buck and other world-class skaters for a per-
formance of this delightful ice ballet based
on Hans Christian Andersen's classic fairy
tale.

Q m ALL CREATURES GREAT AND
SMALL II
S MOVIE * * "Your Ticket Is No Longer
Valid" Richard Harris, Jeanne Moreau. A
love affair develops between a fading tycoon
and a beautiful woman.
S MOVIE *** "The Hunter" (1979)
Steve McOueen, Eli Wallach. Ralph "Papa"
Thorson leads a dangerous life as a modern-
day bounty hunter. 'PG'
® ST. LOUIS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Celebrate the world premiere of a new violin

concerto by composer David Amram featur-
ing soloist Charles Castelman.
8:05 mE MOVIE ** "The Deep Six"
(1958) Alan Ladd, William Bendix. During
World War II, a Naval officer bred to pacifism
by his Quaker upbringing weakens at a vital
moment of decision.
8:10 3 E ® MICHIGAN OUTDOORS
8:301© O) STAR OF THE FAMILY
m HBO MOVIE **1/2 "Taps" (1981)
George C. Scott, Timothy Hutton. Military
school cadets take over their school to pre-
vent plans to turn the academy property into
a condo development. 'PG'
(p LEROY JENKINS
Q ® TOP RANK BOXING Live coverage of
the Louis Resto (D.C.) / Robert lawyer
(N.Y.) 12-round welterweight title defense
bout (from the Sands Hotel in Atlantic City,
N.J.)
8:45Q 0 ® WILD AMERICA
9:00 Q Q BILLY GRAHAM CRUSADE
Q @ CHEERS
o (D TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT
E A CHRISTMAS SPECIAL WITH LUCI-
ANO PAVAROTTI The Metropolitan Opera
star sings "Ave Maria," "0 Holy Night" and
other Christmas classics from the Notre
Dame Cathedral in Montreal.
® JIM BAKKER
QD®SORIGINAL SIX HOCKEY HEROES
Toronto at Detroit
Qm THE SNOW QUEEN: AN ICE BAL-
LET Six Olympic skaters, including John
Curry and Dorothy Hamill, join the Jojo Star-
buck and other world-class skaters for a per-
formance of this delightful ice ballet based
on Hans Christian Andersen's classic fairy
tale.

Scrooge and Bob Cratchit, in an unusual
version of the Charles Dickens holiday clas-
sic.
( D THIS OLD HOUSE
10:35 Q ED l.2a MOVIE * * * "The Sisters"
(1938) Errol Flynn, Bette Davis. Two wom-
en straighten out their own problems as well
as their sister's.
11:0063 D 0( 1 C )NEWS
(p SPIRIT OF DETROIT
Q 0 SANFORD AND SON
Q E SOAP
U 1 SPORTSCENTER
m MACNEIL / LEHRER REPORT
11:05 p NEWS
11:10 ® SECOND SEASON PREVIEW
11:20 Q ALL IN THE FAMILY
11:306 M)MADAME'S PLACE
o @ TONIGHT
SQ) ABC NEWS NIGHTLINE
m HBO MOVIE *** "All That Jazz"
(1979) Roy Scheider, Jessica Lange. The
tumultuous life of a professional choreogra-
pher is followed from success on the stage
to personal crises. 'R'
Ed (0PBS LATENIGHT
Q (@ BENNY HILL
6 E CHARLIE'S ANGELS
m THE PLAYMATE GUIDE TO AEROBICS
Q MOVIE *** "Elvis" (1979) Kurt Rus-
sell, Season Hubley. Elvis Presley rises from
poverty and obscurity to achieve fame and
fortune as a superstar musical performer.
11:35 Q HARNESS RACING
11:50 Q ®MOVIE *** "The Quiller Memoran-
dum" (1966) George Segal, Alec Guinness.
British Intelligence hires an American to

pair of determined bachelors meet a mar-
riage-minded young woman in Saigon.
1:30 ® ST. LOUIS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Celebrate the world premiere of a new violin
concerto by composer David Amram featur-
ing soloist Charles Castelman.
1:356 3HBO MOVIE ** "Falling In Love
Again" (1980) Elliott Gould, Susannah
York. A man goes to his high school reunion
in the belief that he can relive the good times
of the past. 'PG'
2:006 ©) CBS NEWS NIGHTWATCH
0 ® ROMANCE THEATRE
(8 A CHRISTMAS SPECIAL WITH LUCI-
ANO PAVAROTTI The Metropolitan Opera
star sings "Ave Maria," "O Holy Night" and
other Christmas classics from the Notre
Dame Cathedral in Montreal.
63 ED MOVIE ** "The Company She
Keeps" (1950) Lizabeth Scott, Jane Greer.
A woman and her parole officer become
rivals for the love of one man.
Q @UNFL STORY: LINE BY LINE (R)
m MOVIE ** "The Bitch" (1979) Joan
Collins, Michael Coby. After an extramarital
affair destroys her marriage, a high-living
woman searches for other sources of fund-
ing. 'R'
Q MOVIE ** "Nijinsky" (1979) Alan
Bates, George de la Pena. Triumph and
tragedy punctuate the stormy relationship
between the great Russian ballet star and his
Svengali-like manager. 'R'
2:15 ED MOVIE * "The Brainiac" (1963) Abel
Salazar, Carmen Montejo. An evil baron
burned at the stake in 1661 returns as a
brain-eating monster.
2:30 ED(® MOVIE * * "The Gatling Gun"
(1972) Guy Stockwell, Woody Strode. U.S.
troops seeking to keep peace in the post-
Civil War West come to rely on the Gatling
gn.
n SPORTSCENTER
2:45 B E®NEWS
3:00 ED ENEWS
3:100E A DREAM CALLED PUBLIC TELEVI-

SION The history and growth of public televi-
sion over nearly 30 years is chronicled;
Orson Welles narrates.
3:20 m HBO INSIDE THE NFL Hosts Len Daw-
son and Nick Buoniconti review highlights of
the previous week's NFL games and inter-
view key players and coaches.
3:3063 E (TOM COTTLE: UP CLOSE
O 5 TOP RANK BOXING Coverage of the
Louis Resto (D.C.) / Robert Sawyer (N.Y.)
12-round welterweight title defense bout
(from the Sands Hotel in Atlantic City, N.J.)
(R)
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3:45 (0 MOVIE * 12 "Something Creeping In The
Dark" (1971) Farley Granger, Lucia Bose.
A motley group of strangers seek shelter in a
country manor, unaware that there is a psy-
chotic killer among them.
Q ED MOVIE *** "Gorgo" (1961) Bill
Travers, Vincent Winter. After a baby sea
Monster is captured off the coast of Ireland
and placed in a London circus, its angry
father makes a shambles of the city to hunt
down his offspring.
4:00 (D PBS LATENIGHT
SED MOVIE * 11 "Overland Stage Raid-
ers" (1938) John Wayne, Ray Corrigan. A
cowboy stymies the efforts of would-be air-
plane hijackers who are plotting to seize a
gold shipment.
m MOVIE * * "Your Ticket Is No Longer
Valid" Richard Harris, Jeanne Moreau. A
love affair develops between a fading tycoon
and a beautiful woman.
4:20 S HBO MOVIE ** "Taps" (1981)
George C. Scott, Timothy Hutton. Military
school cadets take over their school to pre-
vent plans to turn the academy property into
a condo development. 'PG'
4:30 0® NEWS
1BMOVIE *** "Equus" (1977) Richard
Burton, Peter Firth. A psychiatrist attempts
to find the reason which caused a youth to
commit a violent act against a stable of hors-
es. 'R'

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Gays seek rights, securit
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The issue is civil rights."
Judy, a University employee who
asked not to be identified, said, "I'm
very closeted in my job, and that leaves
me with a fair amount of fear. 'If
anyone were to find out, I would fear
first for general harassment, and my
second fear would be for my job."
Mack said he experienced quite a bit
of discriminiation when he was a
freshman. "I was discriminated by
roommates and I thought it was my
fault - that I'd stepped over the boun-
ds."
BUT MACK said he had a supportive
resident advisor at Bursley who helped
him find a new place to live within the
dorm. "At the time, the concept of
having rights to live in the University
as a gay man just wasn't there," he
said.
Matt, a first year medical student
who also asked not to be identified, said

he felt that "at firsi,
just a written word, and that the rea
change won't come for a few years."
Silberstein said she disagrees. 'I
think people are going to be shocked at
first. After that, hopefully, people will
sit down and think. I'm hoping that
there's not going to be a violent reaction.
I think we should be prepared if there
is," she said.
"There is a definite boiling in this
town. The anti-gay bathroom graffiti is
just one example," Silberstein pointed
out. "Some nights I go home and cry. I
have -nightmares because I see my
sisters being killed abroad and here in
Ann Arbor," she said.
Matt said before the demonstration
there were a lot of people who hadn't
come out, who wouldn't be at the
demonstration, because of their fears. 4
"It's those people LaGROC is fighting
for," he said.

9:30 04 ®TAXI
13 ) IT TAKES TWO
O E @ MICHIGAN OUTDOORS SPECIAL
Q S THE ALL-TIME AMERICAN SONG-
BOOK Host Dinah Shore is joined by Judy
Collins, Sergio Franchi, Melba Moore and
many others for a musical tribute to Ameri-
ca's favorite popular classics from Tin Pan
Alley to Hollywood.
10:00 a D )KNOTS LANDING
O@ HILL STREET BLUES
0(CD)20/I20
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EDFAITH FOR MIRACLES
BE®©mENEWS
QD®STHE NATIONAL / JOURNAL
m MOVIE * * "The Bitch" (1979) Joan
Collins Michael Coby. After an extramarital
affair destroys her marriage, a high-living
woman searches for other sources of fund-
in. R'
MOVIE * "Modern Problems" (1981)
Chevy Chase, Patti D'Arbanville. A hapless
air traffic controller with numerous personal
problems is endowed with telekinetic powers
after being doused with nuclear waste. 'PG'
EDMOVIE *** "Barry Lyndon" (1975)
Ryan O'Neal, Marisa Berenson. A handsome
soldier finds action and romance in the 18th-
century British army. 'PG'
10:05 E A DREAM CALLED PUBLIC TELEVI-
SION The history and growth of public televi-
sion over nearly 30 years is chronicled;
Orson Welles narrates.
10:2063QED NEWS
10:30W HBO RICH LITTLE'S CHRISTMAS
CAROL The master impressionist plays a
multitude of roles, including Ebenezer

locate the headquarters of a Neo-Nazi
organization.
12:00 3) DIRONSIDE
3 C) THE LAST WORD
( NEWS
(JED ® THE THREE STOOGES
OUEE AUTO RACING Coverage of the
Syracuse Supernationals (from Syracuse,
N.Y.). (R)
Q MOVIE ** "Your Ticket Is No Longer
Valid" Richard Harris, Jeanne Moreau. A
love affair develops between a fading tycoon
and a beautiful woman.
12:15 ® MOVIE * "The Blood Of Nostradamus"
(1960) German Robles, Julio Aleman. A
vampire brags that his next victim will be the
police inspector.
12:30 0 ® ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT
E UNTAMED WORLD
Q3EDMOVIE * * * e"Moulin Rouge"
(1952) Jose Ferrer, Colette Marchand.
Amidst the cafe life of Paris, renowned artist
Toulouse-Lautrec struggles with the disas-
ters and rejoices in the loves of his life.
1:003 CI) SATURDAY NIGHT
o @ LATE NIGHT WITH DAVID LETTER-
MAN
Q CD MOVIE *** "Buster And Billie"
(1974) Jan-Michael Vincent, Joan Goodfel-
low. A popular young man falls in love with a
girl from the wrong side of the town.
(D PAVAROTTI: KING OF THE HIGHC'S
An in-depth portrait of this great tenior, both
atnhome in Italy with his family and in concert
during some of his most exciting perfor-
mances, is presented.
Ss r QMOVIE*** "The Road To Sin-
gapore" (1940) Bing Crosby, Bob Hope. A

Police kill man vowing to
blow up Wash. Monument

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Fla., who had a history of protesting
against nuclear war-the last few
weeks outside the White House gates.
"AS AN ACT of sanity, ban nuclear
weapons or have a nice doomsday,"
said a printed leaflet that served as a
list of demands. It warned that the
truck contained "1,000 pounds of TNT
that can be detonated four different
ways on automatic."
The siege had begun in the bright fall
sunshine at 9:20 a.m. Gunfire burst out,
under floodlights, at 7:35 p.m. It was af-
ter 9 p.m. when the body was removed
from the scene.
During the ordeal, nine people were
trapped inside the monument for a
time, huge government buildings were
evacuated and officials worried about
the safety of the White House, only six
blocks away.
A REPORTER was sent, at the man's
request, to receive demands. They
were printed in a leaflet which insisted
upon "a national dialogue on the
nuclear weapons question."
For much of the day, police had said
an accomplice was inside a large van
which purportedly contained the ex-
plosives and was driven to the door of

the monument.
A legend painted on the van said:
"No. 1 Priority. Ban Nuclear
Weapons."
NOT LONG before the van began to
move down the slope, from the
monument toward Constitution
Avenue, Shugart had said "we an-
ticipate we will be here for many long
hours before this event is terminated."
No deadlines have been set," Shugart
said. "We anticipate that we will be
here all night. We anticipate that th
negotiations will go very slowly."
The man, dressed in a blue jumpsuit
and wearing a motorcycle helmet that
concealed his face, had paced around
the van, holding the .radio control
device. He was not willing to talk with
police, but insisted that an unmarried
reporter be sent. I was chosen and
made five trips up the slope, waving a
white handkerchief of truce.
He was calm throughout. Th
discussions were unfocused, but his
pamphlet was specific. He demanded:
"A national dialogue on the nuclear
weapons question as the first order of
business on an agenda of every
organization in the U.S.A. Churches,
businesses, fraternal, unions, sports,
etc., no association excepted."

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meeting, Shultz implied the vote again-
st appropriation of $988 million for
production of the long-range missile
was a vote against the Reagan ad-
ministration's "dense-pack''
deployment plan, not against the
missile itself.

missiles in five West European coun-
tries unless the Soviets agree to reduce
the medium-range missiles they have
deployed against Western Europe.
A U.S. official who declined to be
identified said European opponents of
the plan may use the House vote t

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