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ning from a 15-year exile and leading
his revolutionaries to power.
The document, on three pages, was
marked "top secret," with instructions
to "deliver during duty hours." Huyser
wrote of various efforts the military
could take to restore order in the coun-
try, hut then said, "If that fails then my
guidance to them is we must go to a
straight military takeover. As you can
see, the planning is the same whichever
way we go. We are working this plan-
ning on a high priority, 24-hour-per day
basis," the message said.
In Washington, the State Department
said that the delegation of 10 applied for
permission to travel to Iran but it was
denied for fear of seeming to endorse
the Tehran conference. One
spokesman called the conference a
"hanging judgeand hanging jury."
The travelers could face penalties
ranging up to 10 years in jail and $50,000
in fines but no decision will be made un-
til they return, the spokesman said.
Witness to Jordan
shooting talks to FBI
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to describe any of those people."
LEONARD SAID he was confident
Coleman was in no way involved in the
shooting but acknowledged that the
police investigation was not limited in
"I'm sure at this point they're not
ruling out anyone. If I were in charge of
the investigation, I certainly wouldn't
rule out anyone," he said.
Leonard said Coleman contacted him
from the hotel shortly after the
shooting, but he said he was not allowed
to see her for 12 hours, until she had
been questioned by police. Coleman
then went into seclusion.
MAYOR WINFIELD MOSES said
that before her interview with police
Thursday morning, Coleman made a
written waiver of her right to have a
lawyer present during the questioning.
"There is no record she ever asked to
see an attorney," Moses said.
Leonard said investigators had told
him that "their inability to further
question her at this point has not im-
peded the investigation."
On Sunday, Coleman submitted a
statement to police intended to answer
any urgent questions, Leonard said.
Coleman's seclusion drew some
angry weekend protests by about 40
people who called themselves Black
Youth in Action. One placard read,
"Bring Forth Martha Coleman."
Group spokesman Gary Hatch said,
however, that the blacks were angered,
mainly by claims of clergymen and
others, "saying there is no racial ten-
sion in Fort Wayne. There is a whole lot
of racial tension," Hatch said.
Because elephants digest only 40 per
cent of their food, they may consume up
to 500 pounds and 60 gallons of water a
Bare vs. Bikinied x nr
A battle over advertising an all-over tan has forced an Orlando, Fla.
sign company to begin painting bikinis on billboards featuring two nude
sunbathers, but a Miami-based company has protested the action, saying
nude is better. The advertisement illustration features a pair of nude women
sunning themselves on their stomachs at a beach plus the caption "How the
French got more tan out of the same sun." Peterson Outdoor Advertising
Corp. on Friday began topping off the sunbathers with painted bikinis-top
and bottom-after getting complaints from residents and an Orange County
commissioner. But officials of Sun Systems Promotions told Peterson to halt
the brush work. About 30 signs are up in the Orlando area, and 12 have had
bikinis added. Sun Systems spokeswoman Sherry Welch said there had been
no adverse reaction in southern Florida, where the billboards have been up
since February. "The whole idea is to get people's attention," she said. "The
idea is not to turn people off." The two companies are trying to work out a
way to keep the billboards and satisfy unhappy residents. C7
On the outside
Skies are expected to remain cloudy today with a chance of showers
and thundershowers in the afternoon. The high temperature should be a
very reasonable 80'. n
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