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THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five

ednesdoy, June 30, 1976

t' Iranian security agents
kill10 gerrillas in raid

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) - Se-
curity agents raided what they
said was a leftist terrorist hide-
out near the Tehran airport yes-
terday and reported killing 10
guerrillas as part of their crack-
down on antigovernment activi-
Authorities said the four-hour
shootout erupted after govern-
*< ment agents surrounded an
apartment building that was he-
i , ing used, as a guerrilla head-
quarters.
THEY SAID AGENTS quietly
entered the basement of the
building during the early morn-
ing and were helping a couple
and a boy who lived there to
leave when shooting broke out.
They said on one was hurt ex-
cept the 10 slain guerrillas -
eight men and two women.
Iranian security police have
killed a number of alleged guer-
rillas in shootouts this year, in-
cluding 10 during raids of three
reported hideouts on May 19.
Four passersby were also re-
AP Photo ported shot and killed that day
while trying to help police pre-
vent guerrilla escapes.
The Iranian government, tight-
es on the ly controlled by Shah Moham-
tpsil. med Reza Pablevi, has not
possible. made clear the nature of the
guerrillas or terrorists it is

trying t defeat except to de-
pict them as extreme leftiss.
SECURITY AGENTS snid yes-
erd:iy's raid turned up two So-
viet-made machine guns, other
weapons, shout $20,000 in U.S.
currency and documents linking
the group to libya and to inter-
national Communist organia-
tions. They did not explain what
the documents said.
One of those killed was identi-
fied as imid Aihraf, whom
the government had been seek-
ing since 191 for alleged urban
guerrilla activities.
About three years ago, the
Iranian government announced
that Marxist anarchists had
plotted to assassinate the shah
and kidnap his family. Seven
persons were sentenced to
death. Two were executed, and
the others had their sentences
commuted to imprisonment.
OFFICIALS SAID the motive
in the kidnap-assassination case
had been to force the release
of political prisoners.
A year ago, two American
Air Force officers - Col. Paul
Shaffer and Lt. Col. Jack Tur-
ner -& were slain as they rode
to work at the U.S. military mis-
sion here. A number of persons
were rounded up, and 10 were
sentenced to death.

Car pool
This Kansas City motorist awaits rescue Monday after a storm dumped two inch
city. 25,000 homes were without electricity and driving was in some cases im

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SCHOOL OF MUSIC PRESENTS
COMMUNITY TALENT
DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
A Series of Courses and Workshops in
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JULY-AUGUST 1976
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T & TH, Jul 13 - August
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$35 per nerson, 12 one-
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T & TH, July 13 - August
20. 7:30 um
$37 per nerson, 12 one-
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6-GUITAR FOR THE GEN-
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M & W, July 12 - August
4, 4:30 m
T & TH, Juls 13 - August
5, 4:30 m
$37 per person, 8 one &
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M-W, Jul 19-21, 3:00
pm--6:00 um $25 per per-
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DM
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M-F. Juts 19-23, 3:30
um - 5:30 um $50 per
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SONG WRITING, RE-
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$50 per person
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M-F, Jutv 26-30, 4:00
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MENT REPAIR
WORKSHOP*S
M-F, August 2-6, 4:00
urn - 6:00 um
$25 per person
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cessful completion of these
workshops,
For further information & re-
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The University of Michiqan Ex-
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Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48109;
Telephone (313) 764-5304.
Hours: 8:00 am to Noon and
12:30 pm to 4:00 pm, Monday
through Friday.

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