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Page 4 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, August 9, 1985
City houses last beer drive-thrus

From United Press international

located on the corner of North Fifth
and Catherine.
More than 400 cars are estimated to
drive through each of the two stores
every day.
AN LCC AIDE said the ban on new
party store drive-thrus is a result of
the state's lack of success in enforcing
drinking-age laws.
Eaton agreed. "It was hard for the
police to determine violations of
owners selling to minors. It's hard to
observe when the youth is sitting in
the car."
"It was also more difficult for the
owner to see how tall, the build, and
other features of the individuals - of-

ten a clue to how old the buyer really stacked inside. "The majority of the
is," he added. time we have no problem," he said.
Eaton said he thought the ban was "The driver pulls up, and I retrieve
established because the LCC thought the item for him. But
that the set up was conducive to sometimes ...,"he said, shaking his
drinking and driving. "We get a lot of head. "We get everything in here."
people drunk through here, but they
don't wreck anything too bad," he Despite the hassles of a few drunk
said. customers, workers at the two stores
He added, however, that "we have say the drive-thrus are popular
to be careful where we stack our sup- because of their convenience. "Our
plies because we do get drivers who largest percentage of customers are
have difficulty driving through the women who stop in here at night. We
garage opening sometimes." also sell pop, milk, snacks, and
At the Beer Depot, the garage is cigarettes, and females feel more
shaped in a curve and owner Raul comfortable staying in their cars at
Perdomo said he has seen drunk late hours," Perdomo said.
drivers smash into his cases of non

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Missionary disappears
from El Salvador
SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador -
An American missionary and a
Salvadoran boy he adopted, disap-
peared two days ago in eastern
San Miguel province, police said
yesterday. There were unconfir-
med reports the American had
been killed.
Christopher Williams has not
been seen since he left his home in
San Miguel, 60 miles southeast of
San Salvador, on Tuesday after-
noon on his motorcycle.
Williams, 35, a member of the
Assembly of God evangelical
church, had been in El Salvador
for several months, working with
people near San Miguel Volcano
who have been displaced during
the country's nearly 6-year-old
civil war.
Terrorist car bomb
kills two Americans
FRANKFURT, West Germany
- A terrorist car bomb expleded
yesterday at the U.S. Air Force
Rhein-Main Air Base as ser-
vicemen arrived for work, killing
an American man and his wife and
injuring at least 20 other people,
including 15 Americans.
The bomb exploded at about 7:15
a.m., scattering parked cars and
digginga 4-foot crater between the
base headquarters building and an
adjacent dormitory.
Israel bombs PLO
base in Lebanon
BEIRUT, Lebanon - Israeli
warplanes pounded a Palestinian
commando base in eastern
Lebanon yesterday leaving a num-
ber of casualties and heavily
damaging the building before
streaking back to Israel.
The air attack, Israel's 10th this
year in Lebanon and it third in two
weeks, coincided with talks in
Damascus between Syrian leader
Hafez Assad and Lebanese Presid-

ent Amin Gemayel, who endorsed
Assad's latest peace plan for
Gemayel's war-ravaged country.
Reagan signs aid bill
WASHINGTON - President
Reagan yesterday signed the first
foreign aid bill passed by Congress
in four years but he complained
some of its provisions are disap-
pointing even though it restores
non-military aid to the Nicaraguan
Contra rebels.
He also presided at a Cabinet
meeting that got first word about
the fiscal 1987 budget, a week after
Congress approved a fiscal 1986
document virtually no one on
Capital Hill or in the White House
was happy with.
Spokesman Larry Speakes said
Joseph Wright, the acting budget
director, presented "general goals
and objectives" and an outline of
procedures for the 1987 budget
process, which is starting earlier
than usual this year.
Man shoots passenger'
on crowded subway
NEW YORK - A man arguing
over a seat on a crowded subway
shot a fellow passenger during
yesterday morning's rush hour,
seriously wounding him and set-
ting off a stampede in which five
more people were injured, officials
"You're animals! You're all
animals!" the gunman shouted to
the other riders after the
shooting, according to one victim.
One of the frightened, screaming
passengers pulled the emergency
brake cord, slamming the train to
a stop just outside a Manhattan
station, and the gunman managed
to escape, although how he did was
The most seriously injured in the
shooting was 20-year-old Junior
Besson, who was taken to Lenox
Hill Hospital with bullet wounds to
the abdomen and neck. Besson was
listed in guarded but stable condit-
ion in the intensive care unit.




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