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Page 10-Sunday, January 27, 1980-The Michigan Daily

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ATLANTA (UPI) - The hijacker
who commandeered a Delta Airlines jet
to Cuba was bound for Iran to spread
the asties of his deceased younger sister
on Moslem soil, his wife told one of the
passengers aboard the plane.
Samuel Aldon Ingram, 28, was taken
into custody Friday by Cuban
authorities after his hostage-
passengers escaped while he was
negotiating for another plane to take
him on to Tehran.
CUBAN AUTHORITIES said yester-
day Ingram and ,his family would be
detained until it was determined
whether they violated any Cuban laws.
Others aboard the hijacked plane were
permitted to return to the United States
Friday night.
Ingram, his wife, Lorelle, and two'
daughters, aged 13 months and three

years, boarded the New York-bound
Delta flight in Atlanta and used a Dick
Tracy comic strip ruse to slip a .25-
caliber pistpl aboard in a metal baby
carrier.
The plane, a wide-body Lockheed L-
1011 with 53 passengers and a crew of 12
aboard, was hijacked over Greensboro,
N.C. and diverted to Havana's Jose
Marti airport, where Ingram spent 11
hours negotiating for another plane..
AS AT ALL major airports,
passengers boarding in Atlanta curren-
tly are screened electronically for
weapons, and all carry-on baggage is
searched. Ingram's success in sneaking
a gun aboard triggered an investigation
and officials at Atlanta's. Hartsfield
Airport said yesterday some changes
may be made in the near future.
UPI learned that Ingram smuggled
his gun aboard the plane by hiding it in
his baby's metal seat carrier, which
would have triggered the electronic
monitor anyway. Such a trick was

em hijacker bound for Iran

detailed in a recent "Dick Tracy"
comic strip.
Bobbie Grier, a missionary from
Homewood, Ala., was standing directly
behind the Ingram family when they
boarded the plane. Mrs. Grier, in a
telephone conversation she later had
with her husband, Rev. Roosevelt
Grier, said she found Mrs. Ingram a
"pleasant" woman and chatted with
her the entire time until she found out,
the plane was being hijacked.
MRS. INGRA M said her husband
"wanted to sprinkle his sister's ashes
on Moslem soil," Mrs. Grier said. The
sister, Mrs. Grier was told, recently
died of a brain tumor.
During the hijackihg; officials said
Ingram claimed to be a Black Muslim,
but Abraham Pasha, Atlanta regional
Imam of the World Community of Al-
Islam in the West, said Ingram was not
registered with the church. Pasha said
the group ceased calling itself the Black
Muslims years ago.

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Black Muslims is the popular name of
a sect founded by, Elijah Muhammed,
but is now officially known as the
Nation of Islam.
INGRAM'S BID to get to Iran started
coming apart when he became so in-
volved in negotiating for an airplane
that he forgot to keep his eye on the*'
passengers.
Stewardesses sneaked them to safety
by loading them one-by-one aboard a
dumbwaiter that normally is used in
putting food aboard the plane.
The pilot, Donald Vickers, then con-
vinced Ingram he had lost his leverage,
and Ingram gave himself up.
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A hand grenade thrown at two Israeli
soldiers in the occupied Gaza Strip
marred the first day of normai
relations between Israel and Egypt
yesterday. The grenade missed its
target and exploded near a group of
Arab women, wounding nine of them.
A spokesperson for Israel's military
command said the two troopers were
sitting in Gaza's busy Palestine Square
when someone threw the grenade
toward them.
THE INJURED women were repor-
ted in fair condition in a Gaza hospital.
No arrests were reported and no group
claimed responsibility for the attack.
In the West Bank of the Jordan River,
a commercial strike closed all stores
and offices in the occupied West Bank's
major towns. Local Arabs protested the
establishment of normal ties between.
Israel and Egypt as provided by the
peace treaty signed by both countries
last March.
Stores in the Arab sector of
Jerusalem also were closed, although
some shopkeepers stayed open in
Jericho, Tulkarm and Jenin.
IN GAZA, stores stayed open despite
calls by West Bank leaders for citizens
to join the strike.
A spokesperson for Israel's military.
government in the West Bank said
there were no incidents and that the
area remained calm all day with
municipalities and stores closed.
Egypt and Israel are in the process of
working out an agreement on the extent
and nature of autonomy that will be
provided for Palestinian residents of
the Israeli-occupied territories.
The Palestine Liberation
Organization in Beirut, Lebanon
meanwhile pledged to escalate the
Mideast conflict. .

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