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Page 4 - The Michigan Daily -Friday, July 20, 1984
PFS'N rallies for peae

in Central
(Continuedfrom Page 3)
niversary of the Nicaraguan Sandinista
revolution, supplying added in-
spiration for the group to "dedicate
ourselves to thinking of what it would
be like to be (in Central America) and
have the U.S. supplying arms which are
used to kill people," Marx added.
MARCHER Liz Johnson said "it's
easy to hop in a car for a 45-minute ride,
but walking, you have to think about the
(Central American) issues, because
that's what you're marching for."
"I think people will join us - we'll
gain momentum and elicit support for
the (Central American) issue," John-
son said, who is marching as a "sym-
bolic gesture to show support" 'for,
peace in Nicaragua and El Salvador.
PSN - which has employed some
drastic moves in the pastto air their
views such as staging sit-ins at resear-
ch labs to protest nuclear research -
began their march absent of much fan-

fare yesterday evening, with a couple of
picket signs and a few well-wishers.
FOLLOWING the less-than-
ceremonious send-off at the Federal
Building on East Liberty, the marchers
began their trek toward the Kern Block
in downtown Detroit, stopping last
night at the campus chapel at Eastern
Michigan University, and resting
tonight at a friend's home in Dearborn
before reaching Detroit on Saturday.
The small group of marchers, who
are walking down the shoulder of Route
12 with picket signs and flyers to pass
out to curious people in cars, hope "to
draw attention to the importance of the
rally," said PSN member Naomi
Braine, who is not participating in the
As the rally-bound group began their
journey, the mood was not yet reflec-
tive. They had to sing "Happy Birth-
day" to a friend first.

Explosion and fire kill one
at N.D. natural gas station

HEBRON, N.D. (AP) - An explosion
and fire at a natural gas measuring
station yesterday killed one worker and
injured five others, one critically, of-
ficials said.
The explosion occurred about 12:30
p.m. about 10 miles -northwest of
Hebron, said Jana Martin, a
spokeswoman for Northern Plains
Natural Gas Co. in a telephone inter-
view from Omaha, Neb. Hebron is
about 60 miles west of Bismarck.
THE EXPLOSION and fire damaged
two of the three buildings at the site,
she said, adding that the cause of the

explosion has not been determined.
The station measures the amount of
natural gas received from or delivered
to the Great Plains plant from the Nor-
thern Border pipeline, she said.
The measuring station is owned by
Great Plains Gasification Associates, a
consortium of five energy companies
which also owns the Great Plains coal
gasification plant near Beulah, Martin
said. Northern Plains Natural.Gas Co.,
which owns Northern Border Pipeline
Co., operated the station, she said.

Compiled from Asscated Press and
United Press international reports
Communist Party excluded prison here, said Warden Dennis
from French Cabinet Luther.
Moon was to surrender at the
PARIS - Socialist Prime Minister prison today. U.S. District Judge
Laurent Fabius formed a new gover- Gerard Goettel denied several
nment yesterday that excluded the motions Wednesday to reduce or
Communist Party and cleared the change the sentence.
way for a controversial plan to Moon was in Irvington, N.Y.,
streamline inefficient state-owned yesterday, meeting with Unification
industries. Church leaders to make
The Communist Party has been a arrangements for the ad-
junior partner of the ruling ministration of church affairs while
Socialists since the left came to he is incarcerated, said church
power in 1981 and had four ministers spokesman Noah Ross.
in the Cabinet of Prime Minister Coleman continues to
Pierre Mauroy, who resigned elude FBI
Tuesday.eud FB
Armored car robbed DETROIT - FBI agents disagreed
yesterday over fugitive Alton
UKIAH, Calif. - Six to eight Coleman's likely whereabouts.
masked men with automatic Coleman, a suspected serial mur-
weapons stopped a Brink's armored der, and his companion Debra
car ina rural highway yesterday and Brown have eluded law enforcement
fled with 15 bags of currency after officers across the Midwest since
spreading nails along the highway, late May.
authorities said. John Anthony, special agent in
The robbers opened fire on the charge of the FBI's Detroit office,
armored car from the rear of one of said Wednesday there is a "strong
two pickup trucks in the robbery possibility" that Coleman is trying
around noon near Redwood Valley, to return to the Detroit or Toledo
about 120 miles north of San Fran- areas.
cisco, said John Holdford, an FBI "He was successful in eluding ap-
spokesman. prehension in Detroit and Toledo...
Discovery may speed and there seems to be a growing
AIDS research belief that he will try and return to
those areas where he's felt comfor-
BOSTON - Scientists have lear- table in the past," Anthony said.
ned how a leukemia virus comman- Delaware to investigate
deers the genetic control of blood
cells, and say this may help unravel charges against Chrysler
the workings of related viruses that WILMINGTON, Del. - Delaware
apparently cause AIDS. Labor Secretary Dennis Carey said
In three papers being published he will investigate union charges
today, researchers speculate that that Chyrsler Corp. laid off sick or
these viruses all subvert the injured workers rather than pay
machinery of key white blood cells them with company-financed
and either grossly speed up or shut workers' compensation.
off their ability to multiply. Reagan denounces
The work, conducted at the Dana- Nicaraguan elections
Farber Cancer Institute and the
Harvard School of Public Health in COLUMBIA, S.C. - President
Boston, focuses on two versions of Reagan yesterday denounced the
the human T-cell Leukemia virus, upcoming Nicaraguan elections as a
known as HTLV-1 and HTLV-2. Soviet-style sham, but told Carib-
Moon to move church bean leaders the U.S. invasion of
sto prison Grenada last fall signaled that the
headquarters p hemisphere's "tide of the future is a
DANBURY, Conn. - The Rev. freedom tide."
Sun Myung Moon said yesterday he Speaking on the fifth anniversary
will move the headquarters for his of the revolution that toppled
Unification Church to a federal Nicaraguan dictator Anastasio
prison while he serves an 18-month Somoza, Reagan said the leftist san-
sentence for tax evasion. dinista leadership has 'worked
But the Korean evangelist will be systematically to establish a dic-
barred from trying to convert other tatorship firmly allied with Duba
inmates at the minimum security and the Soviet Union."
Member of the Associated Press
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