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Friday, September 7, 1973

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

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Detroit's
LANSING (UPI) - Attorney Cou
General Frank Kelley said yes- ruli
terday he has filed a petition in t
with the U. S. Supreme Court othE
asking for an immediate review the
of the Detroit school desegrega- K
tion case. ruli:
The case is expected to set bus:
a precedent on the issue of cross- tr-i
district busing. Ian(
witl
IN THE PETITION, Kelley was
asked for an immediate Supreme dec

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decisi
busin
t 'review on grounds the
gs in the Detroit case are
onflict with the decisions of
r federal courts as well as
Supreme Court.
lley said the lower court
ig requiring cross-district
ng in the 1,952-square mile
ounty area of Wayne, Oak-
and Macomb counties was
out precedent. He said it
in direct conflict with the
sion of the U. S. 4th Circuit

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asked
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case

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Methaqualone busts
illegal, Kelley says

AP Photo
Boyle charme. 'with murder
Former United Mine Workers President W. A. "Tony" Boyle is escorted by FBI agents in Washington
yesterday after he was taken into custody and charged with murder in the 1969 slayings of Joseph
Yablonski and Yablonski's wife and daughter. The Philadelphia district-attorney's office said the
charges were filed after a former UMW official had "opened up" about Boyle's role in the slayings.
Yablonski's death came after he mounted an unsuccessful campaign against Boyle's union leader-
ship in a national UMW election.
HOSTA GES UNHARMED:
Palestinian terrorists remain
in control of hijacked airliner

CAIRO (P) - A Syrian plane
carrying Palestinian gunmen
and Arab hostages landed in
Cairo last night, refueled, then
took off for an unknown destina-
tion, authorities reported.
(Reuters News Agency quot-
ed Cairo Airport sources as
saying the Syrian Airlines
Caravelle was heading for Da-
mascus, but said that this
could not be officially con-
firmed.)
The plane touched down here
after a 2,200-mile flight from
Paris, where the gunmen held
the hostages in the Saudi Arabian
Embassy for 27 hours.
SOON AFTER the plane land-
ed, its lights were turned off,
apparently while the pilot waited
for the refueling to begin.
Steel -helmeted police, with
clubs could be seen guarding
the plane, and top Interior Min-
istry officials arrived at the air-
port.
The pilot requested that no one
approach the plane except those
actually involved in the ref uel-
ing.
THE FRENCH government,
which backed down on its earlier
stand not to let the terrorists go
unless they surrendered their
weapons, gave them safe pass-
age once they freed -two French
women who had been threaten-
ed with death at the barricaded
embassy building.
The French handling of the in-
cident, during which the terror-

ists seemed to have realized vir-
tually all of their original de-
mands, quickly came in for cri-
ticism.
The official Algerian news ag-
ency, in a dispatch from Algiers,
quoted an official source as say-
ing, "It was learned that 'the
Saudi government expressed its
disapproval of the French gov-
ernment's decision to allow the
Saudi hostages to board the Sy-
rian plane and warned it about
the consequences of the deci-
sion."
THE POLICE at Le Bourget
airport said there were five gun-
men on the Syrian Arab Airlines
Caravelle jetliner and five or six
hostages, Airport officials gave
the number of hostages as four;
the French government radio and
Paris' afternoon newspapers also
had conflicting figures.
Mrs.' Francois Goussault, the
Saudi ambassador's secretary
and mother of the earl of Shafts-
bury and Lady Frances Ashley-
Cooper, described the long siege.
She said, "It was not an easy
proposition at all. They behaved
like gentlemen, but there were
moments of terror."
The gunmen broke into the em-
bassy around 10 a.m. on Wednes-
day and held 13 persons there as
hostages. One Saudi Embassy of-
ficial jumped from a window but
was not seriously hurt. Another
Saudi diplomat was released yes-
terday morning because of an in-
jured leg.

AFTER SETTING deadline af-
ter deadline and then agreeing to
extensions for more talking, the
gunmen finally at midmorning
accepted a proposal by President
Hafez el Assad of Syria to let
them use a Syrian aircraft for
their escape.
A bus with green shades im-
provised to protest the Palestin-
ians' identities was driven 'in.
front of the embassy and two of
the gunmen, armed with a ma-
chine pistol, inspected it. An
Arab diplomat, who had volun-
teered as a driver, installed him-
self behind the wheel and the
hostages, shackled at the leg and
their hands bound at their backs,
were herded into the bus.
The French and Tunisian wo-
men were released at the em-
bassy entrance before the bus
drove off to Le Bourget airport.
There three more hostages, plus
the Iraqi ambassador, who had
agreed to become a hostage a
few hours earlier, were released.
After a close inspection of the
aircraft and its crew, the Pales-
tinians and the hostages boarded
the plane and it took off without
filing a flight plan.

LANSING (UPI) - An attor-
ney general's opinion . issued
Wednesday could mean several
dozen persons arrested in the
state since March for possession
of the depressant drug metha-
qualone are being prosecuted
under an invalid state law.
Attorney General Frank Kel-
ley, in a letter mailed to all
county prosecutors, said the
State Board of Pharmacy "act-
ed improperly" last March in
adopting by telephone a rule
making the drug a controlled
substance. State law requires
such action must be taken in per-
son.
KELLEY DID NOT specify in
the letter whether the prosecu-
tors should drop all pending
methaqualone cases or rectify
arrest records of those involved
in the cases.
In an unannouncedy meetin
Tuesday, the pharmacy board
voted unanimously to re-adopt
the rule. The emergency meas-
ure was signed by Gov. William
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Milliken and became effective
immediately.
Milliken's office Wednesday re-
buked the board and its super-
vising agency, the Department
of Licensing and Regulation, for
the error.
THE BOARD acted last March
in response to a growing con-
cern by law enforcement agen-
cies over the use of the drug,
which is said to be highly ad-
dictive and potentially lethal. A
permanent rule requiring a pre-
scription to take the drug, which
is marketed under the. brand
names "Parest" and "Quaa-
ludes," takes effect in Michigan
Sept. 14.
A police spokesman in De-
troit said at least five metha-
qualone possession cases went to
court between .April 25, when
the invalid rule took effect, and
July 31. It was estimated sever-
al dozen othercases were still
in litigation across the state.
"The real problem is with
those cases already. adjudicat-
ed," said Assistant Attorney
General Gay Hardy, counsel to
the licensing department. He said
it was conceivable that charges
pending against others arrested
for possessing the drug before
Tuesday, when the valid rule
went into effect, could be drop-
ped.

Court of Appeals in the Rich-
mond, Va., case, which was af-
firmed by an equally divided
Supreme Court. Because of the
tie vote the case did not set pre-
cedent.
"A nation committed to rule
of law cannot abide one rule of
law for the fourth circuit and
another rule of law for the sixth
circuit," Kelley said.
"REVIEW by the nation's high-
est court is in order -to consider
this proposed unprecedented ex-
pansion of federal judicial pow-
er over public education," he
said. "This case affects almost
one million children and their
parents. It is an important le-
gal issue which must be resolved
as soon as possible."
A federal court judge nearly
two years ago found the Detroit,
school district and the state of1
Michigan guilty of permitting
the operation of segregated
schools in Detroit and ordered a
metropolitan remedy that could
involve more, than 800,000 stu-
dents.
The rulings by U. S. District
Judge Stephen Roth were up-
held in a 6-3 decision of the
U. S. 6th Circuit Court of Ap-
peals in Cincinnati, Ohio, but
the 'case was ordered back to
Roth for a rehearing on tech-
nical grounds. The appellate
court indicated suburban dis-
tricts involved in the cross-dis-
trict busing plan which Roth en-
visioned had not been given their
day in court.
KELLEY FELT "There's no
point in sending it back to Judge
Roth for a rehearing at this
point," a source close to the
attorney general's office said.
"He wants the Supreme Court
review now."
Kelley took the action on the
heels of an NAACP motion in
Roth's court seeking to establish
a September 1974 target date
for implementation of the cross-
district program. However, he
had earlier indicated that he
planned to seek a Supreme
Court ruling.

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