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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

I

In the news
National
MIAMI, Fla. -- Sen. Edward Gmrne, an.
nounced vesterday that he would not seek re-
election because his first priority is to at-
tempt to clear himself of bribery, perjury and
conspiracy charges. "There is no sensible or
sound way to conduct a statewide political
race and prepare for, and go, through a major
trial," the Florida Republican said in a writ-
ten statement telephoned to Miami by his
Washington office. Gurney, a member of the
Senate Watergate committee, was indicted by
a federal grand jury in Jacksonville on July
10 in connection with a $233,000 secret fund
collected from builders seeking influence with
the Federal Housing Administration. He has
pleaded innocent.
WASHINGTON - California LT Gov. Ed
Reinecke today denied that he decided before
entering a Senate hearing room two years
ago that he was going to protect former Atty.
Gen. John N. Mitchell. Reinecke's trial testi-
mony conflicts with Mitchell's testimony two
years ago before the Senate Judiciary com-
mittee about the details of an ITT financial
pledge to the 1972 GOP National Convention.
Mitchell testified before the committee that he
did not learn of the pledge until after an out-
of-court settlement of several ITT antitrust
suits.
WASHINGTON -- Blacks have regetered
gains in education and elective office, but
their economic situation has deteriorated, the

this morning
government reported yesterday. In the latest
Census Bureau annual report on the social and
economic status of America's blocks, t h e
gains in education were reflected in a higher
number of blacks earning high school degrees
and attending college. Black college enrollment
of 684,000 in 1973 represented a 31 per cent
increase over 1970 and a 41 per cent increase
over 1967, the report said.
LOUISVILLE, Key. - A federal judge yes-
terday ordered immediate merger of the Loss-
ville and Jefferson County school districts to
facilitate a major desegregation plan this fall.
The merger would make the district the ninth
largest in the nation with about 140.000 stu-
dents. U.S. District Court Judge J a m e s
Gordon issued the order after accepting a de-
segregation plan calling for busing 30,568 stu-
dents. Gordon named county school Supt. Rich-
ard Van Hoose to head the marged system and
said henceforth the Louisville Board of Educa-
tion will exist as an entity for the purpose of
appealing his order. In issuing his order, Gor-
don said, 'It's time to stop thinking in terms
of 'us and them' and start thinking in terms of
{we , a
Weather
It will be sunny today with highs expecled in
the upper 70's to the low 80's. Tonight fair,
partly cloudy with a low in the mid 60's.
Winds are expected from the northeast at 6-12
m.p.h. The probability of precipitation is 10
per cent today and tonight.

TV
toni g h t
6:00 2 4 7 11 13 News
9 Andy Griffith
20 Leave It To Beaver
24 ABC News-Smith!
Rteasoner'
30 The Naturalists
50 Avengers
56 Journey to Japan
57 sesame Street
6:30 2 11 CBS News-
WalteeCronkite
41 NBC News-
John Chancellor
9 1 Dream of Jeannie
20 Nanny and the Professor
24 Dick Van Dyke
3 Book Beat
50 Bayou City
7:00 2 Truth or Consequences
4 News
7 To Tell the Truth
9 Beverly Hillbillies
11 To Tell the Truth
sa What's My Line?
20 Rifleman
24 Dealer's Chsoice
l0Spcaking Freely
50 Untouchables
56 Detroit Black Journal
57 Electric Company-
Children
7:30 2 What's My Line?
4 24 sale of the Century
7 Ozzie's Girls
9 News
11 Treasure Hunt
13 Truth or Consequences
20 Rauers
5 sU.S. Industrial Film
Festival
57 Lilias Yoga and You
8:06 2 1t Tony Orlando and
4 Dora's World
7 24 The Cowboys
9 CFL Football
13 Chase
30 Potpourri
50 McHale's Navy
56 It's Your Money
57 Behind the Lines
1:10 7 24 Movie
"Scream, Pretty Peggy."
20 Judd for the Defense
30 Ohio This Week
50 Merv Griffin
56 Boboquivari
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Wednesday, July 24, 1974
Around A2
The AFSCME secretaries and
clericalseorganizing committee
will meet tonight at 7:30 p.m.,
at 611 Church St., Rm. 2029.
The Student Organizatims
Coalition will meet tonight in the
faculty lounge in the Union, at
7:30 p.m. The topic of the meet-
ing will be opposition to propos-
ed University regulations gov-
erning student groups.
The Audio-Visual Center pre-
sents a series of films n the
concerns of the aging, featur-
ing Woo Who? May Wilson. The
show starts at 7 in Aud. 3, MLB
and it's a freebie.
9:00 2 11 Cannon
4 13 Movie
"Great Northfield, Minnesota
Raid".
3a Toledo City Council
56 57 Hollywood Television
Theatre
9:30 20 Seven Hundred Club
20:00 2 11 Kojak
7 24 Doe Elliot
50 Perry Mason
56 Fanfare
57 Music of the People
10:30 9 tan Tyson-Music
57 Day at Night
11:00 2 4 7t11 13 24 News
9 CPC News-
lloyd Robertson
5i Night Gallery
11:30 2 11 SMovie
'-The Corrupt Ones" (1969)
4 13 Johnny Carson
N24NWide World Special
9News
20 Jimmy Swaggert
50 Movie
"Another Dawn." (1937)
12:00 9 It Takes A Thief
1:00 4 Tomorrow
7 13 News
1:20 2 Movie
"Lost Lagoon." (1955)
11 News
2:00 4 Shadows on the Wall
2:30 4 News
2:50 2 What's My Line?
3:20 2 News
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXIV, No. 47-S
Wednesday, July 24, 1974
is edited and managed by students
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Be carefui with fr
Rem ib ~ember: therebare
n woods.
And those baby fawns, rabbits, Follow all the rules of safety and
squirrels and trees need a safe, happy caution-just like any other place where
home. They need a place where they can there are children at play.
grow up strong and healthy.
Like babes everywhere.
So, please, be careful with fire when
you're in the forest.

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