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Page 2-Wednesday, March 26, 1980-The Michigan Daily
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El Salvadr in turmoil

From AP and UPI
SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador -
Terrorist bomb explosions rocked the
capital yesterday, schools closed, and
the government called for national
mourning for Archbishop Oscar Ar-
nulfo Romero, a critic of violence felled
by an assassin's bullet while he was
saying mass.
U.S. and Roman Catholic church
sources said there was one killer, who
had to be a sharpshooter, and they



suggested he couid be a right-wing
Cuban exile.
In other developments, U.S. ad-
ministration officials-said U.S. in-
telligence believes Cuba is using Hon-
duran territory to ship men and arms
for use against the Salvadoran junta.
Leftist and rightist extremists have
been waging war since early last year
for control of the nation. At least 1,500
people have died.
The 62-year-old archbishop of San
Salvador was struck in the heart by a
single bullet Monday night that sources
said was fired from at least 90 feet
away through an open door of a hospital
Spokesmen for both left- and right-
wing groups denied any responsibility.
Rightists accused leftists, saying they
hoped to create a martyr, and leftists
blamed right-wingers, saying, they
wanted to provoke an uprising that then
would be crushed by the military.
bombs exploded throughout the country
between 3 a.m. and6 a.m. EST, a dozen
of them in the Salvadoran capital.

Local radio stations said the People's
Revolutionary Army, one of a half
dozen leftist guerrilla organizations
claimed responsibility for the bombings
in anonymous telephone calls.
A police spokesman said no one was
killed or injured. The bombs heavily
damaged storefronts, business offices,
banks and factory buildings.
ROMERO, AN advocate of social
reform, established the Hospital of
Divine Providence for terminal cancer
patients. Sources said that hospital is
not equipped for emergency cases, and
Romero was rushed to the Policlinica
Salvadorena, where doctors reported
he was dead on arrival.
Both rightist and leftist groups have
conducted their own brands of
terrorism in the political strife that has
dominated Salvadoran life in recent
Leftist groups resort-to guerrilla-
style attacks, strikes, occupations of
public buildings and kidnappings.

Compiled from Associated Press and
United Press International reports

U.S. car sales still slow
DETROIT -TheAmerican automobile industry continues in its rut,
according to figures released yesterday by the manufacturers.
As a whole, the industry fell 15.9 per cent in mid-March from the same ,
period in 1979. Sales of U.S.-built cars in the March 11-20 period amounted to
249,998, compared to 264, 168 in the same period last year. Sales reports
showed that Chrysler and Ford Motor Co., buoyed by rebates and other sales
promotions, outperformed giant General Motors Corp. for the first time this
High court broadens
prisoners' rights

Michigan Student Assembly
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March 27, 1980-5:00 p.m.
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Dow Chemwal attacks
EPA's 'surveillance'
BAY CITY (UPI) - The Dow arose from a photographic flyover of
Chemical Co. yesterday accused the the company's Midland facilities Feb.
Environmental Protection Agency 7, 1978, by a company under contract to
(EPA) of using spy-like military sur- the EPA'S Environmental Monitoring
veillance for nine years to conduct and Support Laboratory in Las Vegas.
illegal flyovers of industrial facilities As a result of the company's amen-
across the country. ded complaint, the Department of
Dow, in an amended complaint filed Defense, Air Force, Navy, Central In-
in U.S. District Court, alleged the EPA telligence Agency and various private
usedinformation gathered through Air companies were added as defendants in
Force and Marine Corps "remote sear- the case.
ches" for its enforcement proceedings DOW SAID the EPA has employed
in violation of the Fourth and Fifth the Air Force and Marine Corps "on at
Amendments to the Constitution. least 50 to 60 occasions" to conduct
THE SUIT said the EPA has been and "remote searches" of several firms,
is engaged in a continuing program of presumably to collect information for
illegal search activities against Dow use in anti-pollution proceedings.
and other U.S. companies involving But Dow said in the suit the company
such highly sophisticated methods as believes the data "gathered secretly
aerial photography, thermal infra-red and indiscriminately" is made
scanning, multi-spectral scanning and available to other government agencies
light intensive direction and ranging. such as the CIA, National Security
Dow's original suit against the EPA Agency and Department of Defense.
Daily Official Bulletin

WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court ruled yesterday that prisoners
enjoy the same constitutional rights to liberty as other citizens when an
attempt is made to involuntarily commit them to a mental hospital. The
justices affirmed a federal district court of Nebraska case that prisoners
must be given notice and a hearing before commitment.
The case involved inmate Larry Jones, whome the court ruled must
have the minimum procedural safeguards of notice and hearing which must
be given regardless of what the state deems "adequate." Nebraska argued
that any procedural protections were satisfied once a physician or
psychologist examining Jones determined he suffered a mental disease or
Oil sheikh urges restraint
LONDON - Warning that global
oil reserves are being depleted "at
an alarming rate," Saudi Oil
Minister Sheikh Ahmed Zaki
Yamani proposed an urgent inter-
national energy program which
"could move our world away from
the edge of abyss."
Speaking at the annual meeting of
the British Institute of Directors in
London, Yamani expressed concern
that the situation is already so
serious "as to render the prevailing
problems insoluble.". He affirmed
that Saudi Arabia would maintain its
high output of 9.5 million barrels a
day, but warned that Saudi Arabia
cannot thwart a world oil shortage
alone. He stressed that "this
Yamani unrequited and sacrifical attitude on
. wn,,sits (Saudi Arabia's) part will not go
.. . warns of "abyss" on indefinitely.
California kidnapper
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MERCED, Cal. - Kenneth Parnell, who was charged with kidnapping
Steven Stayner seven years ago and Timmy White last month, has now been
charged with sexually abusing Staynor during the past several years the 7
youth was under his care in what has been called Parnell's attempt to build a
family without getting married.
Barbara Mathias, who lived with Parnell and Staynor in 1975 arid 1976,
said the two occupied the same bed at two different places where the three of
them lived. Merced police say that additional information that has come
from the youth in the past several days led to amending the kidnap charges
against Parnell to include charges of sexual abuse.
inmates take nine hostages
NEWARK, N.J. - A group of inmates at the Essex County Jail continue
to hold nine people hostage, including three guards, after an uprising
yesterday in which a corrections officer was shot.
The inmates, shouting obscenities, threatened to throw the hostages out
of the jail's 10th floor window. At one point, they briefly hung one hostage out
of the window.
County Prosecutor Donald Coburn was heading a negotiating team at
the site. There were unspecified demands.-
Evansville woman charged
with murder of ex-mayor
EVANSVILLE, Ind. - A woman accused in the slaying of former mayor
Russell Lloyd was charged with murder yesterday by Evansville's Circuit
Julie Van Orden, 35, had been held on a preliminary charge of attempted
murder, but Vandenburgh County Prosecutor revised the charge after
Lloyd's death.
"There is no way I can seek the death sentence," Circuit Court Judge
William Miller said at a news conference. "If I could, I would, because I
think that's how the public feels."

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