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The Michigan Daily

Vol. XCII, No. 13-S

Ann Akrb- MAichiann-Fridav. Mav 21. 1982

Ten Cents

Sixteen Pages

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Falklands talks dead
Britain approves plan
to attack, reports say

From AP and UPI
Britisn Prime Minister Margaret
Thatcher declared yesterday there was
almost no chance of settling the
Falkland Islands crisis peacefully and
reportedly gave the British fleet the go-
ahead to launch a series of commando
raids on the Argentine-held islands.
U.N. Secretary-General Javier Perez
de Cuellar said last night he had given
up his efforts to mediate a peaceful
settlement.
ON THE Falklands, Argentine troops
braced for an invasion that the official
Telam news agency said would be
"suicide" for the British. No fighting
was reported around the South Atlantic
islands yesterday, following reports of
a British bombing run and shelling of
targets on the islands Wednesday.
Perez de Cuellar announced in New
York that he had given up after 12 days
of separate talks with British and
Argentine diplomats and an urgent ap-
peal Wednesday night to Thatcher and
Argentine President Leopoldo Galtieri.
At a brief new conference, Perez de
Cuellar made public a letter to the
president of the Security Council, Chin-
ese Ambassador Qing Ling, saying he
believed his efforts "do not offer the
present prospect of bringing about an
end to the crisis, nor, indeed, of preven-
ting the intensification of the conflict."
ARGENTINE Foreign Minister
Nicanor Costa Mendez held a news con-
ference in Buenos Aires at the same
time, declaring that Argentina still
wants to avoid war, but Britain is "ob-
sessed" with "maintaining colonialism
that has no rational explanation in
today's world."
Be said Argentina showed flexibility
in the talks, and blamed Britain for
their failure.
Earlier, Thatcher said A:rgentine in-
transigence put the crisis in a "new and
even more serious phase."
AFTER A briefing for British
military correspondents, Press
Association reported that the comman-
der of the British task force "has been
given the go-ahead or a series of lan-
dings and hit-and-run raids on the
Falklands.
"The British grip.on the islands will
now be tightened 'quite steeply and
quite quickly,' it was being said
tonight," Press Association, Britain's
domestic news agency said, quoting

Still waters
A Dearborn river seems suspended in time yesterday as seasonally high temp-
atures signalled the approach of summer.
Defense protests jury
seleetion in Kelly trial
By GEORGE ADAMS less than 4 percent minority jurors," he
A jury was decided upon yesterday said. "We have to see whether or not
for the trial of Leo Kelly, the former there is some exclusion of black
University student accused of killing jurors."
two fellow students last April, but, Waterman said in court that his
unlike the usual procedure, was not dissatisfaction with the ethnic com-
sworn in. A challenge by Defense At- position of the jury stems from
torney William Waterman regarding Prosecuting Attorney Lynwood Noah's
the jury selection process caused the liberal use of peremptory challenges
delay. against black jurors.
The jury, which will be sworn in "GIVEN THE equality of everything,
Monday if Waterman's motion fails, there is not an adequate number of
was determined only after all perem- hlacks on this jury, Waterman said.
ptoy halenestopotntaljurors'had "I think we have to come to the
ptory challenges to potential jrosctd inevitable and inescapable conclusion
and defense, who are allowed 15 and-20 thtit is absolutely impossihle for a
respectively. black to he a member of a jury like this
WATERMAN'S challenge to the one," Waterman said after another
selection process (array) came after a prospective black juror had just been
series of complaints he has made con- excused by a peremptory challenge
cerning the scarcity of blacks on the from Noah.
panel of prospective jurors. "Given the very nature of perem-
"This country has 20 percent or more ptory challenges, I don't think we
inority, population, and we've seen See JURY, Page 11

Perez de Cuellar
... gives up mediation efforts
government sources in London.
Stormy 15-foot seas, high winds, rain
and poor visibility decreased the
likelihood of an imminent massive
assault - although officials did not
flatly rule it out.
UNDER THE British military com-
mand structure, naval headquarters
outside London radios the Falklands
armada commander that he can
proceed with raids, and then it is up to
him to give the final orders.
Britain's U.N. Mission released a
statementsaying Argentina's response
Wednesday to final British peace terms
represented a hardening of position and
"amounted to a clear rejection of the
British proposals. The present round of
negotiations is therefore, now at an
end."
Jorge Herrera Vegas, an official at
Argentina's U.N. Mission, read a
statement contending that "the British
side has broken the negotiations with
the 'no's' Mrs. Thatcher put to each
Argentine proposal. Britain did not -
want to negotiate. Britain wants to
restore by force the colonial regime on
Latin American soil."
See THATCHER, Page 4

Senior pin-ups
If you thought the calendars that appeared last fall featuring male
University students were an innovation in the monthly pin-up
craze, wait until you see the latest fad for senior citizens. See
story, Page 5.

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