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Page 8-Friday, May 25, 1979-The MichiganDaily
Citizens oppose south
side development
that time there was no opposition from need to come up with a plan that still
neighborhood residents. makes economic sense and still gives
However, because of recent citizen housing," said Martin.
opposition to the plan, Martin said, "We Residents in the south side are also
are evaluating a possible reduction in concerned about possible icrease in
the amount of units-somewhere in the traffice volume and inadequate school
area of 30." accommodations. According to a report
Even if Martin proposed to lower the by the Ann Arbor Public Schools, Clin-
total number of units by 30, area ton School-which would be called on to
residents said they still prefer a 5-unit assimilate the new pupils moving into
per acre density. However, one resident this development-already is nearing
said, "We will be happy to sit down with capacity.
the developer and negotiate." Breed said even though the field
ACCORDING TO Martin, the ten unit where the project would be built has
per acre density problem is "absolutely served residents as a "really nice
not" at issue. He said the existing apar- nature preserve complete with
tment complexes already house ap- pheasants and rabbits," she did not ob-
rnyiminitpl n i2tunitc ne racre "Wp ie tosnmpecnnstruction in thearea,

AROUND 100,000 IRANIAN demonstrators protest a U.S. Senate resolution con-
demnin Iranian executions at a rally yesterday in Tehran.
Iranians protest by U.S.

Embassy, six
TEHRAN, Iran (AP)-Iranians
staged an angry march past the U.S.
Embassy yesterday and later heard a
religious leader say the hands of U.S.
senators "are stained with blood."
State radio reported firing squads
killed six more persons in Iran.
An estimated 100,000 persons par-
ticipated in a well-organized parade in
front of the embassy, demonstrating
against American criticism of
executions ordered by Islamis
revolutionary committee. Some of the
protesters shouted slogans like "death
to Carter" and "death to America."
The march was followed by a mass
rally in the Iranian capital.
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more killed -
A major speaker at the rally was
Ayatollah Hashemi Rafsanjani, a close
associate of Ayatollah Ruhollah
Khomeini, Iran's spiritual leader. Raf-
sanjani is reputed to be a member of
the Islamic Revolutionary Council, a
secret body that exercises the highest
authority in the nation.
THE HANDS of U.S. senators "are
stained with the blood of peoples in
South Africa, Vietnam and hundreds of
other places around the world," he
said.
Rafeanjani called both the United
States and Soviet Union murderers,
saying, "Americans helped killers here
in Iran. The Russians have helped the
Afghanis kill the Moslem people."
Iran's revolutionary regime has been
hostile to the Soviet-backed Afghani
government, which is attempting to
put down insurrections by Moslem
guerrillas.
ANTI-AMERICAN sentiment surged
in Iran following a Senate resolution
last week sponsored by Sen. Jacob
Javits (R-N.Y.) that warned of a
deterioration in U.S.-Iranian ties unless
the executions abated.
There was no indication whether the
anti-American mood would spill over
into other actions against the United
States. There has been no immediate
effect on U.S. citizens in the coun-
try-about 1,500 are here now-or on
American business interests which are
slowly returning.
The deaths brought to 222 the number
of known executions by revolutionary
tribunals since Khomeini's forces
ousted the monarchy in February.

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