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Poge2-Tuesday, November 18, 1980-The Michigan Daily

Police
notes

N BRIEF
Compiled from Associated Press and
United Press international reports

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Woman abducted
Police are still searching for a man
who abducted a 29-year-old woman in
the Briarwood parking. lot last week
and forced her to drive to a rest area of
U.S. 23.
She escaped unharmed after
"elbowing her abductor in the groin,"
police said.
The woman was getting into her car
at the shopping center at about 8 p.m.
last Wednesday, when a man allegedly
forced his way into the car, police said.
The abductor, described as a man in his
20s, made the woman drive south on
U.S. 23 until they reached a rest area
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where they got out of the car.
The woman escaped, ran back to her
car, and drove away.
The incidentawas reported to the
police Friday.
Assaults keep police busy
The weekend was a busy one for Ann
Arbor police officers who responded to
an assortment of unrelated assault
reports.
Four men allegedly assaulted and
robbed a man who was walking alone
near the Mosher-Jordan dormitory
early Friday morning, police said
yesterday. The victim was approached
by four unarmed thugs and robbed of an
undetermined about of money at
Washington Heights and Observatory
sreets at about 1 a.m. The case is un-
der investigation.
Early Sunday morning on South
University Street, a woman allegedly
attempted to run over a man with
whom she had argued earlier. Accor-
ding to police, the victim said he was
walking down the street when the
woman drove up behind him. The man
was not injured and no charges have
been filed.
In an unrelated incident Saturday
night, a motorist on South University
Avenue noticed a car following him. He
stopped and walked up to the second
car whose driver allegedly got out and
threatened him with a pocketknife. The
man was not injured and the assailant
drove off. There are no suspects in the
case.
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'Gang of Four' trial
couldstart today
PEKING - Defense Minister Lin Piao wanted so badly to be China's top
leader nine years ago that he planned to ask the Soviet Union to help him
stage a coup after he assassinated Mao Tse-tung, Chinese officials said
yesterday in setting the scene for the "Gang of Four" trial.
Lin and five allies, all of whom are now dead, plotted to use flame
throwers, bazookas, dynamite or bombs to stop a train carrying Mao and kill
him in the ensuing confusion, the Foreign Ministry said.
The long-awaited trial of the Gang, led by Mao's widow Jiang Qing, and
the six members of the "Lin Piao Clique" could start today. The Chinese
press has said that execution could be the penalty for conviction of serious
"counter-revolutionary" crimes.
Brushfire winds calm
LOS ANGELES - Ferocious winds that drove flames from six brush
fires on a hopscotch path of destruction through five counties of Southern
California calmed yesterday. Evacuated residents.returned to weep over
their losses.
The weekend blazes that shot out of the tinder-dry canyons north and
east of Los Angeles charred 50,000 acres of hillside land, destroyed at least 61
expensive homes and caused $25 million in damages in Los Angeles County
alone.
Toxic Schock victim sues
DETROIT - A 29-year-old Detroit area woman who suffered Toxic
Shock Syndrome last spring filed suit in excess of $1 million yesterday
against two tampon manufacturers.
The action was filed in Wayne County Circuit Court against Kimberly
Clark Corp., manufacturer of Kotex tampons, and International Playtex
Corp., which makes Playtex tampons.
Peggy Crusan, who declined to say where she lives for fear of
harassment, said her husband, Roger, rushed her to Wayne County General
Hospital April 12 after she complained of severe flu-like symptoms.
Heavy casualties reported
in Iran, Iraq conflict
BAGHDAD, Iraq - Iran claimed its forces threw back the Iraqi in-
vaders of Susangerd yesterday, driving them into retreat with a wave of
tank-led reinforcements and helicopter gunships after three days of intense
fighting for the Iranian border town. Claims of enemy casualties from both
sides totaled over 1,380 there in 48 hours.
The Baghdad military command's evening communique did not mention
withdrawal, instead claiming successful helicopter and fighter raids on
Iranian installations at Susangerd. Earlier it claimed heavy damage against
Iranian land and naval forces there.
Fears that the two-month-old war between Iran and Iraq would spread
to other oil nations on the Persian Gulf mounted with Kuwait's formal
protest to Iranoversthe seond aerial rocket attack in five days on a Kuwait
border post.
Banks raise prime rate
NEW YORK - The economy's fragile recovery was threatened yester-
day by a surge in interest rates to their highest levels since last spring.
Banks raised the prime rate they charge top corporate customers to 16%
percent.
The increase, from 15%/2 percent, was in response to the latest money-
tightening move by the Federal Reserve Board. Economists predicted the
prime rate would reach 17 percent before leveling off or-dropping laterthis
year.
"The prime rate's going to have to go higher," perhaps as high as 17
percent, by "late in the weekor early next week," said economist Bob Sin-
che at the brokerage house of Bear, Stearns & Co.
L.A. officials 'optimistic'
for strike settlement
LOS ANGELES - City officials were optimistic yesterday that an
agreement was imminent in the five-day strike by municipal employees that
littered curbsides with tons of uncollected garbage.
City Council President John Ferraro, emerging from a morning meeting
of the Executive Employee Relations Committee, said he was "optimistic"
the strike would be settled within hours.
More than 90 percent of the trash collectors remained off their jobs and
garbage was piling up at the rate of 9,000 tons a day. Authorities asked
residents to take their garbage to private dumps or keep it at home in plastic
bags rather than leaving'it on the curbs.

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