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Page 8-Saturday, May 13, 1978-The Michigan Daily
Italian official injured in street ambush

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ting on the collaboration of little-known
clandestine groups of leftist extremists
who previously engaged in petty
sabotage and minor attacks.
OVERNIGHT, police reported bom-
bing attacks on a Justice Ministry of-
fice in Rome and a police station near

Turin. In Pisa, the car of a Christian
Democrat official was set ablaze. No in-
juries werereported.
Moro's family, angered by the gover-
nment's refusal to negotiate with the
Red Brigades to save his life, made
known they did not plan to attend
Saturday's memorial Mass. But sour-

ces said the Vatican announcement that
Pope Paul, a long-time personal friend,
would preside over it might prompt a
change in plans by the family.
Joseph Califano, secretary of health,
education and welfare, was to
represent the United States. Also ex-
pected were Belgian Premier Leo Tin-

demans, the justice ministers of France
and West Germany and Japan's former
Premier Takeo Miki.
Mausolus, who was satrap and prac-
tically the ruler of Caria from 377 to 353
B.C., is best known from the tomb erec-
ted for him by his widow, Artemisia.

French
(continued from Page4)
nection with last year's kidnap-murder
of Schleyer as well as the slayings of
Federal Prosecutor Siegfried Buback
and banker Juergen Ponto.
Rehmann, Germany's top terrorist
hunter, said Wisniewski took his
training in South Yemen under the
tutelage of guerrillas of the Popular
Front for the Liberation of Palestine.
AUTHORITIES SAID he would be
arraigned on an outstanding warrant
and was expected to face charges in-

catch suspected German slayer
cluding membership in a terrorist member of various anarchist groups in refused. The terrorists touched off a
gang, falsification of documents, theft the university city of Heidelberg before lightning chain of events by comman-
and concealment. he joined "comrades" in South Yemen deering a jetliner to push their drman-
Police sources described Wisniewski for training in the use of light weapons ds.
as a terrorist "fringe figure" and an and sabotage. The next day, three leading German
example of "the second generation" of He later returned to West Germany terrorists were found dead in their
terrorists following the late gang leader and joined the so-called Haag-Mayer prison cells. Authorities said the deaths
Andreas Baader and Ulrike Meinhof. band, a successor to the Baader- were suicides, but leftists called them
There was no official word where Meinhof gang. murders. Within hours, a telephone tip
Wisniewski was being held. Sources Schleyer, 62, was kidnapped in a led police to Schleyer's bullet-riddled
said he was at a prison near the south- Cologne street ambush Sept. 5, 1977 by body stuffed in the trunk of a car in the
western city of Mannheim. terrorists who demanded release of German border town of Mulhouse,
REHMANN SAID Wisniewski was a jailed comrades. The government France.

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