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The Michigan Doily-Wednesday, January 14, 1981-Page 7

Iranian official says no

LIVONIA POLICE OFFICER Ken Marlow inspects a Total Armored Car Service van which was hijacked Monday night
by two bandits who made off with $600,000 in cash and $400,000 in checks.
iandits in arm-.ored car
heist. overlook$8,0

hostage
From the Associated Press
An Iranian negotiator in the hostageh
crisis said yesterday the date fora
release of the 52 American captives "ist
approaching," but that final agreementp
has not been achieved and there may be
further delays.a
The Iranian Parliament, meanwhile,p
postponed debate on two emergencyc
bills that would aid in resolving thea
crisis. But a parliamentary spokesmanf
indicated that the two measurest
probably would be approved today. b
THE OFFICIAL Iranian news agency
quoted Ahmed Azizi as denyingp
"rumors" that the hostages would bep
released on Friday, the deadline
Washington has set for an agreement
with the Carter administration.
In an interview with Pars, Azizi men-
tioned President-elect Ronald Reagan
in connection with the negotiations,
saying, "Obviously Reagan's threats
would not have a positive effect on the
normal process of this task."
Azizi did not elaborate and it was not
clear if he was suggesting that
negotiations might not be completed
before Reagan takes office, Jan. 20.
Reagan has said that if agreement is
not reached by Jan. 20 the new ad-
ministration would feel free to start the
negotiations anew.
THE U.S. TEAM headed by Deputy
Secretary of State Warren Christopher
held two more meetings with their
Algerian intermediaries but a top aide
to Christopher said, "I was skeptical
from the start and nothing has changed
that."
In Washington, the State Department
said Christopher had reported that
'progress continues to be made'
toward freeing the hostages from their
437 days of captivity but "cautioned
against optimism because fundamental
problems remain."
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agreement
In Paris, the French newspaper Le plan to exchan
Monde reported that complete Iranian assets
agreement may have been reached on States.
the contents of an accord and on Azizi, an of
procedures to be followed. minister's offic
THE PAPER, attributing the story to negotiations t
an unnamed principal negotiator, hostage impasse
presumably Iranian, said the United IN THE inter
States has agreed to return frozen quoted as sayin
assets estimated at $9.5 billion with a that the United S
first payment of $7 billion to be made been accepted 1
through the Algerian Central Bank nment covering
before release of the hostages. assets and nec
A U.S. negotiating team was in returning the as
Algiers maintaining contact with and his relative
Algerian intermediaries and trying to date of the rele
get Iranian agreement to an American approaching."

_ LIVONIA (UPI) - Authorities said
Wyesterday bandits who pulled off a well-
p ned, $1 million armored car heist
a arently overlooked a bag containing
a t $87,000. -
3I spokesman John Anthony said
State Police . crime lab experts
discovered the bag of money late Mon-
day, as they examined the Total Ar-
mored Car Services Inc. van for
evidence.
"ANTHONY SAID investigators had
few, clues in their search for the two
bandits who entered the van on its last
stop Monday in Detroit's suburban
Livonia, handcuffed the terrified driver
to e steering wheel and made off with
$1 million in cash and checks.
e heist was obviously well-planned,
Anthony said.
ormitori4
(Continued from Page 1)
W any students agree that the dorms
have distinctive reputations. "I asked
for Mo-Jo, Markley, and West Quad just
like everybody else, mostly because of
what I'd heard (about the atmosphere)
from friends," said Chris Sheridan, a
freshperson at West Quad.
"WE USED TO have'a reputation for
beng a real jock dorm," said West
Quad building director Leon West. "I
guess we have a reputation for being a
party dorm, but there aren't any more
parties here than anywhere else," he
said, quipping, "They're just better."
A student without any prior contact
with the University has to rely on the
descriptions provided by the housing
department, Salowit? said. He said
many-especially women-shy away
from North Campus because of its
location.
"Impressionistically, we relate that
to dating patterns," he continued,
* saying that taking a bus was less con-
venient than being able to "walk to a
movie, or a bar, or whatever."
J URSLEY WAS the eighth most
requested dorm this year.
Beaten child
buried in
*donated
gravesite
QUINCY, Ill. (AP) - Five-year-old
Alan Madden, a shy blond youngster
Who once came to kindergarten so ob-
viously battered that he could not be in
he class photograph, will be buried
today in a donated cemetery plot
0overed with flowers from strangers.
Alan was found beaten to death in his
hOme Sunday after police received a tip
from an anonymous caller. Adams
Cpunty Coroner Wayne Johnson at-
ibuted death to "extensive injuries to
the abdomen."
HIS MOTHER, Pam Berg, 24, and a
tbyfriend, James Crain, 26, were
(barged with murder, and were being
*4dwithout bond.

"They just didn't get up in thi mor-
ning and decide to do it," he said.
"They must have known the route and
known its last stop.
"ALSO, THEY picked a day when the
banks were closed, knowing that the
truck would be carrying more than the
usual amount of money."
Livonia Lt. William Collins said in-
vestigators were still questioning the
van's two-man crew, driver Anthony
Ingrao, 38, of Grosse Pointe, and par-
tner, Henry Barksdale, Jr., of Detroit.
Earlier, police revealed the van em-
ployes used rubber band devices to
permit them to open the passenger door
from the outside instead/ of only from
the inside.
INVESTIGATORS SAID the workers
told them the set-up made it easier for

yet
nge the hostages for
frozen by the United
ficial in the prime
e, has been involved in
o end the 14-month
e.
view with Pars, he was
g: "In view of the fact'
tates' commitment has
by the Algerian gover-
the return of all Iranian
cessary measures for
sets of the deposed shah
es . .. it seems that the
ease of the hostages is

them to make their daily pickups.
"The door was apparently not
locked," added Collins, who noted the
devices enabled one of the bandits to
enter the van and surprise Ingrao
before he could draw his gun.
THe holdup occurred when Barksdale
went into a bakery to pick up receipts.
He told police the van was gone when he
returned.
Authorities said Redford Township
police received an anonymous call
about an hour later from a woman who.
told them the van was parked near a
bar about five miles from the factory.
Police said the hijackers told Ingrao
they would "blow his head off" unless
he followed instructions but that no
weapon was ever displayed to back up
the threat.

Fol
T
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he Fourth
Inn Arbof
!k Festival
two shows
Sunday January 8
Power Center
2pm
Leon Redbone
Margaret Christi
Michael Cooney
he Henrie Brothers
8pm
Leon Redbone
Andy Breckman
Mick Moloney and
Eugene O'Donnell
Stan Rogers
Tickets are S8.00 for one show
or $13.00 for both. They are t
available at the Michigan
Union box office (11:30-5:30)
M-F sorry no checks ac-
cpeted), Herb David Guitar
Studio, Schoolkids Records
and CTC outlets. Series
tickets available at the Mi
Union box office only. A
Major Events presentation.
All artists fees donated to the
Ark Coffeehouse.

THIS
SUNDAY!

es rest on reputations

According to the housing division
statistics, preferences have not
changed much during the past decade.
"This place moves kind of like an
iceberg," Salowitz said. "Very slowly."
But there are some unusual requests
on housing applications placed. by
people who often have no particular
dorm preference.
"We've had people ask for a room
with southern exposure for their plants,
and there's one I'll never forget,"
Salowitz said. "A mother came in, up-

set because her child was living in a
blue room. She thought it would be
psychologically depressing. I told her
that our fine psychology department
would never allow us to furnish rooms
that would be depressing," he said.
"We can't please everyone, either
with roomcolor or with residence hall
placement," he said. "There are 7400
spaces altogether, and with an entering
class of 4400, not everyone is going to be
able to get exactly what they want."

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