,v veunesay, June), l/5 '
In the news this morning
cancef nearly two months ago, announced
er natI o nalyesterday that he would seek the Democratic
JERUSALEM - Israel security forces gubernatorial nomination. Cavanagh, 45,
erted another terrorist bloodbath by cap- made his announcement at a news conference
ing two Arab guerrillas inside Israel on at which he also released a statement from his
ir way to "make a slaughter," police re- physician, Dr. Richard Doar. The statement
ted yesterday. The pair, both 19, slipped said Cavanagh's "recovery from his operation
oss the border from Lebanon armed with April 11 has been entirely satisfactory. His
ns, grenades and explosives, police said right kidney was removed at that time be-
d then hid their weapons while they re- cause of a malignant tumor.
connoitered the area. They were caught at a
roadblock riding in an Israeli taxi. Israeli
frontier forces have been on high alert for
terrorists since May 15 when three Arabs took
over a school at Maalot and 22 hostage chil-
dren died in an attempt by rescue troops to
free them by assault.
DETROIT -- Former Detroit Mayor Jer-
ome Cavanagh, who underwent surgery for
As a slow-moving, weak frontal system con-
tinues its progress eastward we will remain in
warm humid air through tonight with the
chance of some showers and thunderstorms
especially at night. Skies will be partly cloudy
most of the day and night. Today's high will
be in the range of 82 to 87 with an overnight
low of 57 to 62.
Daily Official Bulletin
Wednesday, June 5
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It may take years for the
United States and China to de-
velop a regular program of
scholarly exchanges, but two
University professors who have
visited the People's Republic of
China agree that the results
will be well worth the wait.
Profs. Albert Feuerwerker
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the first bloom of China-U.S.
relations has wilted. They pre-
dict that scholar exchanges in
the next year will.. be less
numerous than they have been
in the past..
HOWEVER, they note, rela-
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have been firmly established
and they look forward to re-
turning to China sometime in
"There was an initial flurry
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ing the admission of the Peo-
ple's Republic to the United
Nations and President Nixon's
trip to China in 1972," Feuer-
werker, a history professor and
director of the Center for Chi-
nese Studies, says.
"Those moves were recogni-
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former friend (CLAUDE RAINS) in order to get the goods on a group of Nazis operatin
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