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The Michigan Daily

Vol. XC, No. 6-S

Ann Arbor, Michigan-Thursday, May 15, 1980

Ten Cents

Twenty Pages

offers sea,
for Cubans

AP Photo
Angle parking? A ht
Clifford Smith, 50, of Kalsmazoo, was driving downtown when he saw a funnel
cloud coming at him during Tuesday's storm. He turned the corner and his
car was lifted up and deposited near the federal building. He was uninjured.
See story, Page 2.
Bani-=Sadr:o Armed U.S.
aents kindled in Iran
ByTheAssociatedPress fort.
Iranian President Abolhassan Bani- THE STATE Department said it had
Sadr claimed yesterday that 96 armed no information about the two men and
American agents, led by Iranian sym- no comment on the claims made by
pathizers, landed in Iran recently on a Bani-Sadr.
two-week sabotage and assassination The Defense Department said the
mission. only forces the United States had in the
He spoke in a Tehran radio interview area were the approximately two dozen
a short time after the Iranian ships it has stationed near Iran. Among
prosecutor-general's office reported the ships are aircraft carriers from
the arrest and imprisonment of two which helicopters can fly.


WASHINGTON (AP) - President
Carter ordered an end yesterday to an
illegal seaborne influx of Cuban
refugees but offered to move Cubans
here by plane and large ships if
President Castro permits screening of
refugees on Cuban soil.
The proposal, which Carter announ-
ced personally, also would allow the
U.S. government to determine the
number of Cubans who would be per-
mitted to seek asylum here during the
next 12 months.
CARTER SAID he did not know
whether Cuban Premier Fidel Castro
would go along with the plan but noted
the Cuban leader "has so far refused to
cooperate with us."
Meanwhile, the State Department
said last night that 17 American'
diplomats and dependents, stationed in
Havana, were being flown to Miami

because of a "virulent and continuing
anti-American campaign" in Cuba.
The diplomats are assigned to the
U.S. Interests Section in Havana.
"It is simply prudent that the U.S.
mission in Cuba be reduced tem-
porarily to the minimum number of
people," said David Nail, a State
Department spokesman.
NALL SAID a chartered Eastern
Airlines Boeing-727 was leaving Miami
for Havana last night and would return
the Americans to the Florida city where
they are expected to remain until a
possible return to the island nation.
Nall also noted that Castro has called
for a nationwide anti-American demon-
stration on Saturday. Part of the
demonstrators' route in Havana is ex-
pected to pass in front of the waterfront
U.S. Mission, he said.
See CARTER, Page 13

American men for their alleged part in
last month's failed hostage-rescue ef- See BANI-SAIDR, Page 7

Divine guidance
In this day of numerous decisions, motorists in the area of Burnet, Texas are could explain how the advertisements on the billboards happened to be side-by-
advised they can seek guidance in their search for the right size brew. No one side.

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