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Friday, November 14, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Gunman flees. with 'Ore ship
$100,000 ransom believed

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'Democratic Union' clericals
win in bylaws controversy

Au .1l x U t j j - tn an Saran afterwards, police saui (Continued from Page i) tween the factions in time for( proposed bylaws have not yet;
abduction operation that took Ms. Zedan was driven in her 0 1 1 time officers would lose contact the local officer and steward been voted on by the local. But
only about 30 minutes, a gun- car to Zedan's car and freed un;f o u n d with their constituency. elections ahead.; both sides consider the four
marl fled yesterday with a re-' harmed. TE MEIN to rrv clauses passed last night to be
pre$1000rno exotd Police said they had no sus- CLEVELAND (;' - A Navy OeUiyCuu upre the most crucial in the struggle
from the manager of a Manu- pcs u adte r ekn ln on htmyb h expressed displeasure at the should be a very good one, saidbew nthm
factitr~outcomonaloBfthbrameeting, saying, IWeeks. It'll help tie up loose
ftrrsNtoaBakbnc.a slim man in his early twenties; wreckage of the ore-carrier Ed- "Only one percent of the mem-! ends and insure that the region- The Unity Caucus might, how- eodsuhic-?wthafl er. on izealwihsn
debt involving the bank in 18 besi istruhths et lbracrt tyoto o ver, try to amend the bylaws
das IIA xoto ceeMonday in the stormy waters Eigs fthsi cal busins. etospse atngti
das IIA xoto ceejof Lake Superior with 29 crew- ns f hsi democracy, I'd mes"scin ase atngti
IN THE LATEST case, a gun- occurred Oct. 27 when gunmen ;men aboard, U.S. Coast Guard rather have a dictatorship." however Jean Jones, former:I such a way as to make them
man invaded the Grosse Pointe invaded the home of another officials said yesterday.I Bob Dale, another Unity Can- head of the Union's local bar- fall in line with their positions.
Farms home of George Zedan Manufacturers National branch cus member, indicated that gaining team and a supporter { But should the group do this,
about noon, seized his wife and manager, R i c h a r d Bachman, The crew of the P3 aircraft supporters of his faction might of the Unity Caucus position,I they would run the risk of fur-
telehond a ansm' dman toand demanded $200,000 in re-, spotted debris and a slight oil consider dissolving, or decertify- expressed uncertainty about to- ther alienating union members
tehisoned asm eadt turn for the safe return of hisj slick some 1.8 miles from the ing h no.Imro n h oedsatwoarayaeuhpywt
"He said he wanted $I mil- wife, daughter, a 'niece and a last reported position of the ig h nomro n h oedsatwoarayaeuhpywt
Hy nephew."IF THIS continues, I'd prob- future.i both factions of the lengthy andi_
lion," a police spokespersonnehw Fitzgerald about 13 miles westaby sg a derticio "I don't know where we're bite dspt
said. The gunmen left after Bach- of Coppermind Point. cr~ adDl."fw o' going from here," said Jones. p _
Zedan told police, the man man paid about $65,000 taken °' A Ca ur pksesndcriy ~dokwl rb~"What can we do? We're in a I
ordredhimto eav th moey romtheban an let i inanin Cleveland said confirmation ably tell us to decertify- he vacuum, we're told you can't'ASCAINO
in his car, park it in front of a! alley in suburban Hamtramck. would be attemptedtdywntwn satrti. take authority, but you can't: EIHGA.SUET
chrhtobok frm hs Five men and one woman through the use of sonar equiip-~A meig wt e take the steps (passing bylaws)
bank, leave the keys in the igni- have been arrested in that case, me odok eadg ofitheonardGWd Bru
mert.Wodcckhed f heUA ito give the authority to some- I G a . B u c
tion and walk away. and the FBI said it recoveredboyes.E"
ZEDAN obeyed. more than 550,000: The spokesperson said the with bath factions of the clei- bodyESe.inso he U . O .1
O O- - -_- vessel may lie in about 370 feet cats union, is scheduled for to-!NMRU etoso h U . O .1
owae.;day. - ___11 A.M.
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An earthquake at Antioc'h,
(Continued from Page 1) STUDENTS attending the4 Syria, caused the death of 250,-
000 in 526.
rael, by writing legislators and demonstration seemed to echo;
newspapers. It's the dluty of all!'this point of view.
Jews, he said, to inform them- One commented that the ral- Nov. 26-27, 1703, a great storm
selves on this issue. ly had aroused in him an aware- swept England, killing 8,000.
ness tat"w're going tohv'._
A student speaker, Barryj to stand tbywourselves." tLoIGhaveALI-SE
Bennet. admitted that he had LTGNUM17AISE
had questions in his mind about lHe added that "this is the cmratns a fountain pen ive
the validity of Israeli border first political thing I've been tot p
claims, but he saw the impli-I for Jews." (I .tahce nibs, andjstuC601
cations of the UN resolution as: Others at the rally professed n<' ma L d< fronfy $5.00...
separate from any political; to have done little investigation At art rnattri £f &pen shops .
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"This resolution' has nothing!
to do with pulling back on -
boundaries," he said. "This has
to do with the legitimacy of a
national liberation movement.
This says that the Jews cannot
be a people."

One woman wanted to know ex-
actly what it was.
Another student said the vote
was "the result of Arab eco-
nomic pressure."
"I think it's abominable," he
added..

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