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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday; November 2; 1976

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Sabotage cause of Cuban plane crash?

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CARACAS, Venezuela (AP)- tage thus far is based largely
Were bombs aboard the Cuban on the pilot's radio report o'
airliner that crashed into the explosions on board just before
Caribbean on Oct. 6? Were Cu-I the crash and a phone call to
ban exiles involved? Was it part I The Miami (Fla.) Herald ir
of a plot involving terrorist acts which a group calling itself El
in the United States and other Condor claimed to have placed
Hemisphere countries? a magnetic bomb aboard the
These are some of the ques- aircraft.
tions facing Veneuelan Judge Cuba and Guyana claim the
Delia Estaba as she hears testi- United States was involved in
mony to determine if their is the disaster and Prime Minis-
sufficient evidence to try some ter Fidel Castro has said Cuba
or all of nine Venezuelans and is renouncing the 1973 U.S.-Cu-
Cuban exiles in connection with ban air piracy treaty for what
the alleged sabotage of the he termed CIA involvement.
plane on Oct. 6. ALTHOUGH reports abound,
A DC8 JET, operated by Cu- hard facts concerning official
bana de Aviacion under lease investigation of the crash and
from Air Canada, plunged intoI the suspects are scarce.
the sea 12 minutes after leav- . One Caracas newspaper has
ing Barbados, one of its stops reported that security agents
en route from Guyana to Hava- have turned up evidence of an
na. All 73. persons aboard, in- international terrorist plot in-
cluding Cubans, Guyanese and volving right-wing Cuban exiles
North Koreans, were killed. and accomplices in other coun-
The officials suspicion of sabo- tries.

Police and government offic-I
als have declined to confirm2
>r deny the report, which'alsot
laimed that the plot involvedf
lanned , terrorist acts in thet
Jnited States, Venezuela, Trini-
'ad-Tobago, Barbados, Guyana,e
?anama and Colombia.t
ANOTHER NEWSPAPER re-f
,orted it has learned that pass-
engers aboard the ill-fated planel
included Cuban, -Guyanese and
North Korean explosives ex-
oerts en route to Havana. There
was no official confirmation of
this.
The Venezuelan connection toI
the crash came Oct. 7 when1
Trinidad police arrested Vene-
zuelan photographers Freddy C
Lugo, 24, and Herman Ricard%
Lozano, 21. Both flew from Ca-c
racas to Port of Spain on Oct.C
S and took the Cuban flight tot
Barbados, where they got off,
later returning to Trinidad.
Lugo and Lozano were re-1
turned to Venezuela on Oct. 26
after the Trinidad-Tobago gov-
ernment declared them "unde-
sirable immigrants"'Theynare
under arrest and are giving
testimony in closed sessions.
VARIOUS NEWS reports from
We know about t
all the otherf
games, and
BILLIARDS I
is the one
at thee
UNION

Trinidad said one of the Vene-';ledo.
zuelans has confessed to put- THE INTERIOR Ministry said
ting two bombs aboard the agents had found "proof con-
plane, but once they reached serning the connection between
here both denied making any the Venezuelan citizens arrest-
confession. The Venezuelan gov- ;ed aboard and the detective
ernment is now studying an un- agency as well as documents
disclosed Trinidadian official re- and equipment related to the
port. case."
Agents of DISIP, a Venezue- Lozano and Lugo claimed they
Ian intelligence agency, announ- had gone to Barbados to buy
ced on Oct. 14 the arrest of camera equipment, thinking
seven persons in Caracas for that prices were lower there,
questioning in the case. but neither is known to have
They included Dr. Orlando made any purchases. Lozano
Bosch, an anti-Castro Cuban also was found to be using a
exile leader, who police said passport lost by its owner sev-
had entered tke country with eral years ago and subsequent-
a false passport, and Luis Posa- ly recovered by police. He ac-
da, Cuban-born intelligence ex- knowledged use of the passport,
pert who once worked as DISIP describing it as "childish," but
operations chief and more re- did not say where he obtained
cently operated a Caracas de- the document.
tective agency. Othes arrested Lozano also denied a report
were Oleg Rodriguez, 26, a that he called the Barbados con-
Venezuelan; Cuban - born Wil- trol tower to report a bomb
liam Figueredo, about 50, and aboard the Cuban plane as well
Venezuelans . Godofredo Perez, as a report that he called Posa
Francisco Vallejo and Celsa To- da from Trinidad.
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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THE BLUE FROGGE
m4 IRL. N C T

GEORGE
DEMOCRAT for
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
A TOTAL COMMITMENT to the job of
prosecuting attorney is absolutely necessary.
The present prosecutor is only half committed. He con-
ducts a regular, active, private practice on the side. He
divides his loyalties and time between individual clients
and the people of the county.
The prosecutor is paid $33,000 a year plus fringe
benefits to be the people's attorney and no one else's.
GEORGE STEEH is dedicated to giving us the total com-
mitment we deserve.

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Tuesday, November 2, 1976
DAY CALENDAR
WUOM: Louis Harris & George
Gallup, Sr. at National Press club
-to discuss pre-election results & the
science of poll-taking, 10 a.m.
PAIC: "Music at Midday," John
Hood, string bass, 2nd fl. Union,
noon.
Ecumenical campus Ctr.: Lunch-
eon, Gonzalo Castillo-Cardenis "Co-
lumbian Indians, Western Power &
the Cultural Crisis," 921 Church St.,
noon.
Ctr. Cont. Ed. for Women: Nancy
Conklin "Looking at the World
Through Southeast Asian Languag-
es," & brown bag lunch, 328 Thomp-
son St., noon.
Behavioral Science: Gayl D. Ness
"Social Organization," 231 Angell,.--1
p.m.

I Studies in Religion: David N. Free
Studies in Religion: David N.
Freedman "Ancient Ebla," Aud. 4,
MLB, 3:10 p.m.
Great Lakes/Sea Grant: Patricia
Braden "Research Economics: Does
the E in Economics Stand for Econ-
omist of Engineer?" White .Aud.,
Cooley Bldg., 3:45 p.m.
English: Poetry reading, Dabney
Stuart; Pendleton Rm., Union, 4:10
p.m.
Ctr. Coord. of Ancient, Modern
Studies, Shaw Livermore "150 Years
of American Democracy," William
Porter "Observations on Democracy
'Near & Far," Kuenzel Rm., Union,
7:30 p.m.
Yoga Ctr.: Miki Shima (acupres-
surist) "Ancient Chinese Art of
Healing," 500 Miller, 8 pfm.
Summer Intern Program: Mass
meeting, Rackham Aud., 8 p.m.

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POLLING PLACES
F ECT IVE JUNE 28, 1976
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Location
Mary Street Polling Place
South Quad
West Quad
Michigan Union
YM-YWCA
Miller Manor
Community Center
Community High School
Northside School
Arrow Wood Hills Center -
Mack School
Forsythe Jr. High School
Wines School

Address
926 Mary Street
600 East Madison Street
541 Thompson Street
530 South State Street
350 South Fifth Avenue
727 Miller Avenue
725 North Main Street
401 North Division Street
912 Barton Drive
2566 Arrow Wood Trail
920 Miller Avenue
N 1655 Newport Road -
1701 Newport Road

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East Quad
Angell School
Stockwell Hall
Mary Markley Hall
Mosher-Jordan Hall
Community High School
Brook Side Apts. Com. Rm.
Bursley Hall
Fire Station No. 5
Village Green Clubhouse
Traver Glens Clubhouse

701 East University Avenue
701 East University Avenue
1608 South University Avenue
1343 North University Court
1425 Washington Heights
200 South Observatory Street
401 North Division Street
1513 Jones Drive
1931 Duffield Street
1946 Beal Avenue
1819 Village Green Lane
2400 Lancashire Street

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Stone School
Allen School
Scarlett Jr. High School
Pittsfield School
Pittsfield School
Tappan Jr. High School
Bader School
Angell School
King School
Huron Towers East
Green Briar Center
King School
Clague Jr. High School
Thurston School

2100 Crestland Drive
2800 Stone School Road
2560 Towner Boulevard
3300 Lorraine Street
2543 Pittsfield Boulevard
2543 Pittsfield Boulevard
2551 East Stadium Boulevard
2775 Bedford Road
1608 South University Avenue
3800 Waldenwood Lane
2200 Fuller Road
3615 Green Briar Boulevard
3800 Waldenwood Lane
2616 Nixon Road
2300 Prairie Street

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Pioneer High School
Lawton School
Pioneer High School'
Track and Tennis Building
Burns Park School
Cultural Arts Building
Burns Park School
Track and Tennis Building
U.S. Army Reserve Building
Stone School
Clinton School
Mitchell School
University Townhouse Center
Burns Park School
Fire Station No. 2

601 West Stadium Boulevard
2550 South Seventh Street
601 West Stadium Boulevard
1150 South State Street
1414 Wells Street
1220 South Forest Avenue
Baldwin Avenue at Wells Street
1150 South State Street*
1980 South Industrial Highway
2800 Stone School Road
2935 Birch Hollow Drive
3550 Pittsview Drive
3200 Braeburn Circle
1414 Wells Street
1510 East Stadium Boulevard

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2135 Runnymede Boulevard

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