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The Michigan Daily

Vol. XC, No. 5-S

Ann Arbor, Michigan-Wednesday, May 14, 1980

Ten Cents

Twenty Pages

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FromAPandUPI Nebraska and Maryland, but Bush
President Carter and Ronald Reagan skipped the Cornhusker state, whose
rolled up primary victories in primary Reagan also won four years
Maryland yesterday. Reagan also cap- ago. Kennedy worked particularly hard
tured Nebraska and Carter took a in Maryland, which ended a string of
strong early lead there, primary victories for Carter in 1976.
The hopes of Democratic Sen. Ed- With 23 per cent of the Maryland
ward Kennedy and Republican George precincts counted, the primary returns
Bush to waylay the president and the read:
former California governor were " Carter 42,596 or 53 per cent. He led
dashed as soon as the returns started for 32 delegates.
coming in with big margins for the fron- " Kennedy 25,684 or 32 per cent and 21
_trunners. delegates.

,just friends
Independent presidential candidate John Anderson kisses former New York
Congresswoman Bella Abzug at Saturday's Equal 'lights Amendment rally in
Chicago, as TV talk-show host Phil Donohue looks on. Abzug, who said yester-
day she is a staunch supporter of Democratic candidate Sen. Edward Kennedy,
explained she does not support Anderson, but considers him an old friend.
Illinois House legislators are tentatively scheduled to vote on ERA today.
Tornadoes kill 7 in
Kalamazoo storms

From UPI and AP
Tornadoes raged through Kalamazoo
at the evening rush hour yesterday,
sparking scattered fires, knocking out
utilities, killing at least seven people
and injuring dozens of others,
authorities said.
Officials said the twisters, among a
rash of tornadoes that hit Michigan and
injured scores of people, caused an
estimated $20 million damage. There
were no reports of deaths outside
AUTHORITIES feared other storm
victims might be trapped in the rubble
of several buildings demolished by the
storms, part of a severe weather

system that raked southwestern lower
"We're having a search and rescue
attempt," a city police spokeswoman
said. "We're going from building to
building in the downtown area, sear-
ching for casualties possibly trapped."
MAYOR EDWARD Annen declared a
state of emergency and called in all
available police officers to patrol the
sealed-off downtown area. A 9 p.m. to 7
a.m. curfew was imposed.
Gov. William Milliken declared the
city a disaster area, mobilizing 200
state police troopers to assist local
authorities and placing 200 national

Senate panel
OKs draft plan
Details inside, Page 12

TORNADIC WINDS RIPPED this back section off the rear of the largest
department store in downtown Kalamazoo yesterday afternoon. At least 7.
persons were knownkilled and scores injured after storms battered ,the area.

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