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Page 2-Tuesday, June10, 1980-The Michigan Daily
Miami crowds hurl'
stones at Carter's car

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But at the same time, he warned,
"burning down a business cannot
create any jobs."
"Violence cannot breed justice," he
said. "Hate can onlypoison and ultima
tely destroy our hopes for the future."
ALTHOUGH IT, WAS not a major
purpose for the trip, the problem of the
Cuban refugees was not ignored by the
President.
Carter took time to speak to the
refugees on a Spanish-language
television and radio network, and
arranged for interviews by the Spanish-
speaking press.
Aboard Air Force One en route to

Florida, deputy press secretary Rex
Granum said Carter wanted to meet
with state and local officials before
deciding exactly what to do in the way
of federal assistance.
Florida congressmen have estimated
the federal support needed for the
Cubans at about $200 million per 100,000
refugees, but that pfogram has not yet
evolved either.
Dr. Vivien Fuchs, a British explorer
and scientist, completed the first
overland crossing of the Antarctic con-
tinent in 1958.

Keeping the University of
Michigan informedfor
over 90 years

Drake 's reunion
If you or an acquaintance were a student in Ann Arbor anytime from
1940-1955 and a customer of Drake's Sandwich Shop, you are invited to a
reunion at the well-known gathering place on Sunday, August 3.
Refreshments will be served and the store will be closed to the public. Ooooh,
maybe they'll serve parisian mints. We love 'em. Q
Option to buy
Now the man or woman who has everything can buy a place to put it.
For only $68,000, you could be the proud owner of your own island. The half-
acre treasure chest sits in the middle of Lake Parsippany in exotic northern
New Jersey, and the seller says it's a bargain. Real estate broker Albert
Harbula describes the property as "just a vacant island waiting for a
house." Harbula's firm is selling the island for its unnamed owner, who
bought it several years ago intending to build a house there. So far, not many
prospective buyers have responded to a newspaper ad, Harbula said.
"People tend to pass an island and not really think of its possibilities as a
building lot," he said. Maybe Quadrium Corporation would be interested. Q
Key to a Stairway to Heaven
Most of us can only shop on the first three floors of Aldo Gucci's Fifth
Avenue store in New York-if we have the money to afford the "bargain"
items located there. If you are one of a precious few, however, who hold a
golden key to the "Gucci Galleria," you can zip skyward via an exclusive
elevator to the upper level of the store and shop for precious gems, objects
d'art, and assorted creations in gold and silver. But will they accept your
American Express card?
On the outside
Unseasonably cool weather continues today with partly sunny skies
and a high expected to reach only the mid-60s. [
Happenings
FILMS
AAFC-Trouble in Paradise, 7 p.m., Ninotchka, 9 p.m., MLB 4.
MISCELLANEOUS
Comite Latino Americano-presentation on El Salvador, 7 p.m., Inter-
national Center.
Ann Arbor Medieval Festival-open meeting and play auditions for 11th
Ann Arbor Medieval Festival, 7:30 p.m., Union Kuenzel Room.
Ann Arbor Council for Traditional Music and Dance-meeting for
anyone interested in helping with the organization, 7:30 p.m., Union
Pendeleton Arts Center.
National Organization for Women-NOW monthly meeting, meet
candidates for state NOW offices, 7:30 p.m., 1917 Washtenaw.
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Volume XC, No. 23-S
Tuesday, June 10, 1980
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