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Page 2-Saturday, May 9, 1981-The Michigan Daily
No motiveD
in Oregon
shooting spree

SALEM, Ore. (AP)-Motive
remained a mystery yesterday in the
hail of bullets fired into a crowded rock
'n' roll tavern by a silent gunman who
witnesses said reloaded his weapon
twice. Four people were killed and 20
were wounded.
"Thesshots range out so fast, faster
than you could register and all you
could see was the hand and the gun and
then people lying all over the floor. It all
happened in about a minute," said
James Helton, owner of the Oregon
Museum Tavern, where it was Ladies
Night during the Thursday shootings.
LAWRENCE MOORE, 25, of Scio,
Ore., was wrestled to the ground by
nearby customers and arrested by
police.
Moore, about 5-foot-10 with a beard
and shoulder length curly brown hair,
revealed little when he appeared
yesterday afternoon in Marion County
District Court. A preliminary hearing
was set for May 15 on four counts of
murder. The court agreed to appoint an
attorney when Moore said he was in-,
digent.
Marion County District Attorney
Chris Van Dyke said there is no bail in
More IRA
vow to hun
From AP and UPI-
BELFAST, Northern Ireland - Street
battles broke out in West Belfast and
Londonderry yesterday and IRA
prisoners, incensed by the death of
Bobby Sands, said they would go on
hunger strikes "one by one" until Brit-
tam grants them political status.
Police announced that Desmond
Guiney, 14, who was critically injured
when rioters attempted to hijack his
father's milk truck in the Roman
Catholic New Lodge area Tuesday, had
died in a hospital. His father, too, was
critically injured in the attack by
rioters who wanted the bottles for
gasoline bombs.
GANGS OF UP TO 50 youths hurled
fire bombs and stones at police and
British army troops in Catholic areas
yesterday. Trucks were hijacked and
set afire, blocking streets for hours in ,
the Lower Falls Road and Anderson-
town districts. Troops fired plastic
bullets to break up the gangs.
In Londonderry, eight vehicles were
hijacked and burned, police said, and in
Glasgow, Scotland, three firebombs
thrown at a British army building over-
night caused slight damage.
Sinn Fein, political front for the Irish
Republican Army, said a fourth
prisoner would begin fasting on Satur-
day to take Sands' place.
"THE SITUATION HAS not ended
with the death of Bobby Sands," said
Sinn Fein vice president Gerry Adams.
"Another hunger striker is there, and

Oregon murder cases. Moore has being
held in the county jail.
POLICE HAD not determined how
many rounds were fired in the tavern
Thursday night. Witnesses said the
gunman was able to reload twice,
although customers jumped him before
he could fire the third clip. Van Dyke
said the 9mm semi-automatic can hold
up to 14 rounds per clip.
Van Dyke said authorities would in-
vestigate to see if there was nay, link
between the shootings and the disap-
pearance of a young woman from the
same bar 12 weeks ago. The body of
Terry Cox Monroe was found about a
month later in the Willamette River.
Police said she was the victim of a
homicide.
THREE PEOPLE died on the floor of
the tavern as customers grabbed bar
towels to help the wounded. Police said
a fourth person died on the way to a
hospital and several other victims were
reported in critical condition.
Bar owner Helton said a local band
called Jenny and the Jeans was playing
when the shooting started. About 100
people were in the tavern at the time,
with about 30 on the dance floor, mostly
in their early 20s.
risoners
ger strike
there will be another and another and
on and on."
Adams said an as-yet-unidentified
volunteer had already been chosen to
replace Sands, who died Tuesday in the
66th day of his fast at the Maze prison to
press demands for concessions for IRA
convicts.
THREE OTHER IRA hunger strikers
- Francis Hughes, in the 55th day of a
fast, and Raymond McCreesh and
Patrick O'Hara, both in their 50th day
without food - were said to be
deteriorating and suffering vision
problems.
The prisoners were, in effect, war-
ning Britain's Prime Minister
Margaret Thatcher that she "will have
to kill 440 hunger strikers before they
will give in," Adams told reporters at a
West Belfast hotel. The prison has 440
IRA prisoners.
Also at the news conference was Ber-
nadette Devlin McAliskey, a leader of
the campaign on behalf of the IRA
prisoners, who said, "There is noway
the prisoners can reduce their
minimum demands" even if more die.
IRA prisoners are demanding the right
to wear their own clothes, do no prison
work, associate freely among them-
selves, and receive more visits and let-
ters than common criminals are
allowed.
IRA leaders appealed for calm after
Sands' death, and the widely forecast
explosion of violence has not taken
place. A Belfast policeman was shot to
death Wednesday and a man was killed
as he prepared to throw a bomb at
security forces early Thursday,
authorities said.

Today
Today's weather
Increasing cloudiness with scattered showers and highs in the 60s.
Happenings...
SATURDAY
FILMS
AAFC - Take the Money and Run, 7 & 10:20 p.m., What's Up, Tiger Lily?
8:40 p.m., MLB 3.
CG -Close Encounters of the Third Kind (Special Edition), 7 & 9:30 p.m.,
Lorch Hall Aud.
Cinema 2 - Rock and Roll High School, 7,8:40 & 10:20 p.m., MLB 4.
MISCELLANEOUS
Sailing Club - Open membership weekend, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Ark - Concert, Jim Post, 8& 10:30 p.m., 1421 Hill.
SUNDAY
FILMS
AAFC - Lady and the Tramp, 2,4,7 & 9p.m., Michigan Theatre.
GC - Oliver, 6:30 & 9 p.m., Lorch Hall Aud.
MISCELLANEOUS
Sailing Club - Open membership weekend, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Ark - Billy Novick, Guy Van Duser, 1421 Hill, 8 p.m.
Cross Currents - Festival Chorus, "Te Deum," Donald Bryant, 3:30 p.m.,
Hill Aud.
MONDAY
MISCELLANEOUS
Christian Science Organization - Open to public: MSA chambers, 3909
Union, 7:15 p.m.
Bible Study Group - Meeting, W5603 Main Hosp. Nuc. Med. Conf. Room,
12:15-12:55 p.m.
Concert - Telluride Cowboys, 9:30 p.m., Rick's American Cafe.
The Michigan Daly
Vol. XCI, No. 4-S
Saturday, May9, 1981
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