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Yadollah Sahabi, Iran's minister of
state for revolutionary affairs, told
Tehran newspapers that a draft of theI
nation's new constitution will be ready
for public discussion within two weeks.
He said it will include a number of x
measures to ensure local control over
education, health, welfare and tax
receipts in the nation's provincea, th
scene of fighting in recent weeks bet-
ween the government and ethnic a
minoritiea seeking autonomy.
THE OFFICIAL Pars news agency .
reported clashes Wednesday in the
Iranian provinces that left two killed
and 12 injured, but said the army was 1
Pars did not elaborate on the fighting
but said one outbreak was in the
southern Iam province and involveda
dispute between members of the.3
Ivangharb and Gillangharb tribes.('
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Century celebration AP Photo
St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York stands "steady, sturdy and secure.. ." according to the pastor of the 100-year-old
edifice. To celebrate the anniversary of the "ecclesiastical side of the rock," as the pastor also describes the cathedral, a
Mass of Thanksgiving will be held Saturday. The crowd was part of the traditional Easter Sunday "parade."
Prof.'s work exhibited
Mon-Thurs 7:00, 9:00
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SAT-Sun 1:30, 3:15, 5:00
Do a Tree
University art Prof. John Stephenson
and his wife, Susanne Stephenson, who
is on the art faculty at Eastern
Michigan University, both have works
in an exhibition, "A Century of Ceram-
ics in the United States: 1878-1978," to
be held in Syracuse, N.Y.
The exhibition opened May 4 at the
Everson Museum of Art in Syracuse,
and will continue through September.
Later it is scheduled to travel to the
Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian In-
stitution in Washington, D.C.
THE SHOW WILL consist of 420
works by 160 artists, presented in a
John Stephenson will be represented
by two four-feet-high wall pieces, com-
pleted in 1978, and made from pit-fired
clay fastened to a wooden grid.
Susanne Stephenson will have two
works completed in 1977 and 1978, a
cupboard jar and footed vase.
ANOTHER Michigan artist featured
in the show is Mary Chase Stratton who
established Pewabic Pottery in Detroit
and also initiated ceramic courses at
the University in 1933.
The work of Sam Haile, an English
potter who taught ceramics at the
University in the early 1940's, will also
be included in the century show.