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Nuclear Parity Sought With Russia Before Freeze W A speak to a meeting of the Utah Air Force Association. He said the Reagan Administration is still going ahead with plans to develop and deploy the MX intercontinental ballistic missile, but he said it is "very unlikely" the administration will recommend basing the MX in Utah. The Air Force had originally planned to locate 200 HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah (UPI) Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger says he and President Reagan both favor negotiations with the Soviet Union to freeze their nuclear weapons arsena's, under two conditions. Weinberger said Tuesday the Reagan Administration would first want nuclear arms parity with the Soviets, by Dec. I," Weinberger said, adding he wouldn't want to "second guess the president" on the site or basing mode." He also said the "dense-pac- k mode," to concentrate numerous MX missiles in buried and hardened silos, "is not the preferred basing mode at this time. We still have several options under consideration. "We don't have a decision as to what will be the MX mode of deployment. And, until that is known, we won't have a site. After we have the missiles among 4,600 shelters in desert areas of MX and then the ability to verify the number of weapons in the Russian's stockpile. "After you achieve that, full verification wiih parity on both sides, then it's fine to freeze," Weinberger told a press conference. "But, if you freeze now when you're in a position of imbalance, then you're freezing that imbalance into permanence and taking away any incentive for the Soviets to negotiate." The Defense Secretary was in Utah to present an environmental award to Hill Air Force Base officials and to Utah and Nevada. But, following strong opposition from the LDS Church and Utah Gov. Scott Matheson, the Reagan deployment mode settled, Administration scrapped the "shell-game- then it will be possible for the president to recommend a " mode. Weinberger said, however, Utah has not been totally ruled out as a site for other deployment modes since no site or other means of basing the missiles has been selected. site." The defense secretary said "Utah had certainly done its share" in national defense, but that needs of the nation are an thing. g Weinberger also com6 mented on the supersonic jet fighter, based at Continued on Page 3 F-1- . "President Reagan will make a decision on the MX lr ?t mJk it ti a., Mrb AndVrtoa J Pholo Weinberger inspects aircraft maintenance bay at Hill Air Force Base. swedes Will Woof fer Sub S urfeoee T Sweden (UPI) -Swedish officials calculated a suspected Soviet submarine trapped naval base must near a come up today for fresh air, warning otherwise it would be forced to the surface. Officials estimated the submarine could remain submerged for a maximum of five days without replenishing its air supply. "We cannot rule out that they can have replenished their air supply," said Commander Sven Carlsson. "But ... such an attempt would probably be seen." STOCKHOLM, top-secr- et In Washington, intelligence sources said if the sub is a diesel of the Golf class, it would have to resurface sometime today for air and to recharge its batteries. The craft, the ninth to violate Swedish territorial waters this year, has apparently been submerged since Friday. If it did not surface today, Swedish Supreme Commander Lennart Ljung said all possible resources would be used to force it up. Throughout Tuesday, the navy dropped depth charges near the underwater vessel in an effort to 109TH YEAR, NO. 56 force it to surface, bringing to 18 dropped since Friday. The sub was spotted and trapped naval base at near the Musko, 20 miles south of Stockholm, Carlsson said. The hunt for the sub began when a periscope was sighted during a Naval and coastjoint 3,000-ma- n guard exercise around the naval base Friday. The navy frigate Smaland, a submarine and several smaller ships were searching Horsfjarden Bay Tuesday where the submarine was believed trapped. top-secr- et Both exits from the bay were blocked off, boxing in the sub between the Musko naval base and the mainland, 10 miles from the open sea. The Berga Naval School d opposite Musko dispatched helicopters. sonar-equippe- "We have put up barriers," said Press International Gemayel, in an interview with Al Yamama newspaper, said he the into moved troops southern Beirut today in an expan- was concerned by the large number search of Palestinians without residence sion of their for weapons and Palestinians with- permits in west Beirut. The Palestinians who do not have out proper residence documents. The United States confirmed that it proper papers must leave the counhad complained to Lebanese Presi- try because Lebanon can not carry dent Amin Gemayel about the the burden of the Palestinian problem by itself, the president said. treatment of the Palestinians. Lebanese soldiers entered several Gemayel also has said he wants southern Beirut neighborhoods at all armed men in Lebanon didawn, checking the papers of resi- sarmed, including remaining Palesdents before allowing them to go to tinian guerrillas and their Lebanese work, while Italian troops from the allies. force The independent Lebanese newsmultinational maintained roadblocks. paper An Nahar said 453 people As soldiers stopped cars and were detained Tuesday by the army checked pedestrians, Israeli jets after a sweep of west Beirut, but recon- army sources said only 143 people flew several had been picked up. naissance missions overheadBy United Lebanese house-by-hous- the submarine to escape. A naval spokesman also confirmed radar and hydrophone contact with the submarine Tuesday. e peace-keepin- g high-altitu- - defense staff spokesman Bertil Lagerwall. "It will not be easy" for ment was so notable that moderator Ted Koppel of ABC News reConWASHINGTON (UPI) "I've been operating on gressional military experts from marked, y both parties agreed Tuesday that the convention that a debate brings out disagreement President Reagan should rescind sanctions against allies helping the between two teams." The two sides, Texas Sen. John Soviet Union build a gas pipeline to By IRA R. ALLEN - Western Europe. noted Harvard educator and journalist says the future of the U.S. steel industry will not mean competing on an international level with other countries, but A They also agreed, in implied critiof President Reagan, that cism nuclear-freez- e using the resources and power of the American economic system to its advantage. See his comments on Geneva Steel on Page 3. Two Sides to Lebanon Story Media reports on Israeli actions in Lebanon and what actually occurred are two different things, says Reverend Robert J. Smith, pastor of the Valley Assembly of God Church in Salt He Says Fallout Protection Wrong A scientist has testified that the U.S. Government fallout dent is one of three across the monitoring system was inadequate during the above-groun- d atomic bomb tests in the 1950's and 60's. A Utah State University stu periment placed aboard the country chosen to have his Page ex- meaning" but wrong. House Democratic leader Jim Wright of Texas WASHINGTON (UPI) The Commerce Department Tuesday proposed establishing "a common slapped sanctions on four West fund for humanity" with the Soviet German firms which have sold Union to divert military dollars to equipment for the European-Sovifeed the hungry. pipeline. The two Democrats and two ReThe sanctions were similar to publicans debated defense and those imposed earlier on French issues in a Capitol Hill and British firms which provided et forum sponsored by the League of equipment for the pipeline in violaWomen Voters. tion of President Reagan's order The lack of partisan disagree banning such sales. lafferty: V ..r , , , xTo many weeks. Utah To north. Temperatures fell into the 30s at many spots this morning. The mercury dipped to 26 degrees at are on 5. Blanding, 29 at Cedar City and Orem reported a low of 34 de- grees. The forecast calls for increasing clouds tonight; not as cold, with lows tonight in the mid 40s; a chance of showers and cooler Thursday with highs in the low 60s; southerly at 10 to 20 mph tonight; probability of showers going to 30 percent Thursday. Here's Where to Find It All 23 National-Internation- Arts 20 Obituaries Opinions Sports Today Business Classified Ads Comics Community Notes Crossword 21-2- 2 46-5- 1 34 27 33 Travel Utah-Region- al 6 4 35 al 4 17-1- 9 39 5 in the 3,400-ma- n peace-keepin- g force complained to Gemayel about poor treatment of hundreds of Palestinians arrested in the last two weeks. The State Department officials, speaking on the basis they not be identified, were unable to discuss Gemayel's reaction to the complaints about the manner in which the Palestinians and others were CENTS But a Lebanese army source said the three ambassadors all agreed to the crackdown after being consulted by President Amin Gemayel. In Tel Aviv, Israel pressed for U.S. assurances that Palestinian guerrillas will leave Lebanon along with Israeli and Syrian troops but warned the pullout also depends on Syria's release of captured Israeli soldiers. In Washington, President Reagan was to meet today with special U.S. envoy Philip Habib, just back from g tour of the a Middle East, to discuss plans for a withdrawal of all foreign troops from Lebanon. arrested and treated. A formal Withdrawal is a crucial initial statement on the arrests was being step of Reagan's new Middle East prepared. Tower and Alabama Rep. Jack Edwards for the Republicans and Georgia Sen. Sam Nunn and Wright for the Democrats, did dispute the necessary level of conventional military strength and whether defense or domestic spending fueled the two-wee- k, fact-findin- peace initiative. current economic crisis. "The cat is out of the bag on the pipeline," Nunn said, suggesting that Reagan "retract our position ... and at the same time our European allies ought to go along with ... not subsidizing trade with the East." The statements came as the Commerce Department was announcing expansion of the pipeline sanctions, imposed by Reagan in retaliation "The terms of today's temporary for suppression in Poland, to indenial orders are identical in scope clude two West German firms. The to the denial orders in effect sanctions prohibit American techagainst John Brown Engineering nology from being shipped to the European firms supplying equipLtd. (Britain), Nuovo Pignone S.A., ment for the n gas Dresser (France), and Creusot pipeline to Europe. Loire S.A., which are also under Edwards conceded he disagreed investiagtion for shipping pipeline turbines contrary to the act," the with Reagan. "We have many readepartment said in a statement sons why we should not have obTuesday night. jected to the pipeline," he said. Trans-Siberia- Dan Lafferty, 32, write-i- n candidate for Utah County Sheriff, was arrested Oct. 4 when he attempted to escape from a Utah Highway Patrolman after speeding along in Orem. Several stories relating to the Tylenol deaths and subsequent drug scares across the country are found in today's Herald. Stories are on Page 2. Amusements Most of the those arrested had expired residence permits or had entered the country illegally, the army said. In Washington, the State Department said U.S., French and Italian envoys representing the nations A Provo chiropractic physician who believes as an LDS Church priesthood holder he may have to sacrifice himself to save the U.S. Constitution, defended himself in Eighth Circuit Court of Orem this morning on charges that may send him to prison. maMmjmJ,0' Get Dark Skies, More Rain Utahns enjoyed sunny but cool fall weather today. However, another Pacific trough is heading for Utah and should pass through the state Thursday, producing cloudy ikies statewide and scattered showers in the 25 Defend Constitution' Tylenol Updates Told Jurors for the trial of the Teamsters Union in Chicago were chosen today with the judge expecting the case to take MONTH-PRI- CE Germany- Sanctioned foreig- 4. coming Space Shuttle. Stories and picture advocates are "well n-policy Lake City. Smith will speak at a banquet sponsored by the Freemen Institute Thursday evening. See story and picture on Page $6.00 A Drop Ally Sanctions, Says Panel occai-sonall- Educator Talks on Geneva Steel 1982 Crackdown Continues PLO the number of such charges PROVO, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, Steve Heiner Photo Lafferty is led into courtroom this morning. Two of Lafferty's brothers told The Daily Herald that Dan will go to any length to save the U.S. Constitution from Communism. "My brother knows only LDS priesthood holders can save the Constitution," said Tim Lafferty. At the preliminary hearing, UHP Trooper Les Langford testified he had attempted to arrest Lafferty after Lafferty refused to sign a speeding citation. Langford said, "Lafferty fled from officers four times and until troopers were able to arrest him, traffic on Interstate-1- 5 had stopped completely. Lafferty is charged with a second degree felony escape, third degree Another trooper was injured felony assault by a prisoner, speedwhile attempting to arrest Lafferty ing, evading an officer, and driving a vehicle with no inspection sticker. when Lafferty rolled up the car window, pinning the officer's arm At the preliminary hearing this while driving away, Langford said. morning, Lafferty told Judge JoLafferty challenged Langford's seph Dimick that he has a right to defend himself. right to arrests him, however, saying, "The U.S. Constitution has several also given only judges and magistrates challenged Lafferty jurisdictional areas of the court, the power to issue summonses." and said several of his rights had Lafferty attempted to argue judibeen violated at his Monday arcial refused processes with the witnesses, the when judge raignment but Judge Dimick told him those to hear his motions. arguments are to be saved "You Dimick, however, told Lafferty may make all the arguments you the court will entertain any motion wish to, and you may argue to high he cares to make. "You've lost heaven at the proper time. Dpn't nothing in the process, Mr. Laf- draw your arguments from ques" tioning the witnesses." ferty, Dimick said.