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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, June 11- 1975

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In the news today...

International
LIBREVILLE, Gabon - The Organiza-
tion of Petroleum Exporting Countries
(OPEC) has agreed to put off until Sep-
tember any final decision on raising oil
prices, Venezuelan Oil Minister Valentin
Hernandez Acosta said yesterday. The
current chairman of the 13-nation o ii
cartel told reporters "some adjustments
will be necessary" after the self-impos-
ed OPEC price freeze expires on Sept.
30. "We want to be very responsible
and make fair decisions," Hernandez
Acosta said. The oil producers maintain
they need a price raise to compensate
for losses due to worldwide inflation.
VIE'NTIANE, Laos - U.S. officials
sought in vain yesterday an official ex-
planation why Laotian police have held
a 36-year-old American woman in a
ramshackle police station for the past
week. "I am a prisoner, can you help
me?" Rosemry Conway, a wild-eyed
expression on her face, asked a report-
er through the window of a Vientiane
police station. "I don't know why I'm
being held. They haven't told me any-
thing." She said she had been locked in
double handcuffs for six days and has
been sleeping on the floor of the wooden
station in a room with several other pri-
soners with only an army blanket to
shield her from swarms of mosquitos
at night. A U.S. official said Conway

is being held on "unspecified political
charges."
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. - Three
life-term prisoners continued to hold 15
hostages "on death row" yesterday in
a small storage vault at British Colum-
bia Penitentiary, officials said. T w o
staff members and two intermediaries
requested by the prisoners met with the
inmates who are demanding free pas-
sage to a foreign country, said J i m"
Murphy, regional director of penitentiary
services. There was no word on the pro-
gress of the negotiations to end the
seige, which began Monday. "I don't
have any of the cards, except time," said
Murphy. "If we say anything that upsets
the people there, we may run out of
time." The prisoners have threatened
to kill the hostages if their demands are
not met.
National
WASHINGTON -- Sen. Henry Jack-
son said yesterday that Alabama G o v.
George Wallace is a major threat in next
year's race for the Democratic presi-
dential nomination, but he predicted Wal-
lace would not end up on the party's
ticket. The Democrat from Washington,
who is also seeking the nomination, said
neither Wallace nor any other candidate
should be required to take a loyalty oath
promising to support any candidate the

Democrats nominate. "That puts you in
a situation where you're called up to
suport anyone in advance," Jackson
said. "You don't know who he is, what
his program is, or what he's going to
offer."
State
LANSING - The state Department of
Education says voters who rejected
school millage increases and bond issues
can expect to see the same proposals on
their election ballots soon. "A lot of these
districts are strapped, really strapped
for money," said a spokesman yester-
day. "I think it's safe to say school
boards will put the bonds and millage
increases back before the people."
School boards may reintroduce defeated
proposals within 50 days but there is no
firm guarantee they will. In school board
elections across the state Monday, vot-
ers defeated all but four of 39 major
bond issues. As in Ann Arbor, Michigan
voters generally approved millage re-
newal requests but turned down propos-
ed hikes of millage rates.
Weather
Today should bring recycled M a y
weather: the skies will be mostly cloudy
with a 40 per cent chance of rain. Highs
will reach the mid- to upper-70's, while
lows will sink to the barely tolerable
50's.

Daily Official Bulletin
Wednesday, Jne 11
Days Calendar
WtOM: Nat' Town Meeting -
Live coverage, panel discussion,
"where Is Environmentalism Head-
ed?" with Sen. Gaylord Nelson (D-
wI) & John Quarles, Deputy Ad-
ministrator, Environmental Protec-
tion Agency, & moderator Jim
Bishop, Environmental Editor for
Newsweek, 10:30 am.
Bicycle Club: 20 mi. ride, meets,
Diag, 0 pm.
Women for Cultural Ctr.: Meet-
ing, Conf. RmS, 3rd Fr., Union, 8
pm.
A CHALLENGING
GAME
POCK ET
B I LLIARDS
at the UNION
OPEN 11 A.M. MON.-SAT.
1P.M. SUNDAYS
THE DAILY C
make
interesting
reading

Captured prison escapee vows
e will attempt secondbreakout
DETROIT (UPI) - D a 1 e world's largest walled prison U.S. Magistrate Barbra lack-
Remling, who pulled off one and plucked him away. ett on the charges.
of the nation's most spectacular With him in federal c o u r t Bond was set at $50,000 f o r
prison escapes, smiled his way were five of his seven alleged the other defendants atsd a June
through a 28-minute federal accomplices, all accused of air- 20 hearing date was set for
court apearance yesterday and craft piracy and conspiracy, each.
told reporters he is going to try All five earlier were accused No bond was set for Rem-
to get out again if he gets the in a Jackson district curt on ling, who already had been plac-
chance. other offenses under Michigan ed in isolation at the Southern
But asked when he thought he law. Michigan Prison, where he was
would get that chance, the 46- serving a 7- to 1-year 'erm
year old Southern Michigan Pri- REMLING was recaptured in for writing bad checks.
son inmate just smiled and a bar 15 miles from the prison
shook his head. Saturday and, as he did earlier THE OTHER defenda-iss in
when confronted by reporters, court included Jalyne C o n n ,
REMLING was arraigned yes- seemed affable and confident. 31, of Haslett; Joann Van Pat-
terday on feder air piracy At one point while FBI agents ten, 21, of Oak Grove; Susan
charges stemming from a 30- were escorting him in handcuffs Hill, 20, also of Oak G r o v e;
hour escapade that began list into the federal building, re- Calvin Woodbury, 19, of Web-
Friday when a stolen helicopter porters asked Remling if he bervile; and Donald Hill, 23,
would try another breakout. of Howell.
dropped over the walis of the -
"Under similar circumstances, Charged with conspiracy and
I would do it," he replied. still sought by the FBI are two
other suspects, Morris Colosky,
REMLING and his alleged 20, of Weberville; and G e r-
For confederates stood mute before trude Woodbury, 43, also of
- Weberville, who was named as
Remling's chief ally in the es-
cape plot.
They were last sean ii Swan-
ton, Ohio, one day after the es-
cape.
THE FEDERAL gavernment's
Hunters complaint said 'Jan Patten told
FBI agents that eacn defendant
played a key role in the bizarre
breakout and that Colosky hi-
jacked the helicopter under the
A ENTO guise of renting it for a busi-
ness trip.

Tv
tonight
7:50 2 CBS News
4 2 News
9 Beverly tHillbilles 1W
11 Family Affar
13 Days of Champions-
Profile
pe-ski raer Jean Paul ill,
pea gleerArnold Palmer n
retired race-car driver Jackie
Stewart,
20 Ta Tell the Truth
24 Mod Squad-Crime Drama
30 Ohio Outlook
50 Hogan's Heroes-Comedy
56 Wman-Disussion
57 The Somagnols' Tae-
Cookng
7:30 2 13 Truth or Consequences
4 Masqurade Party
7 11 Name That Tune
9 1oom 222-Comedy-Drama
20 Voyage to the Bottom of
the Sea
30 Book Beat
Career of Judy Garland are ex-
ptored by Gerold Frank in hi
biography "Judy."
50 Hogan's Heroes-Comedy
56 House Call
52 Liias, Vga and You
-Instruution
8:00 n 11 Tony Orlando and awn
-Variety
4 13 Little House on the Prai-
rie-Drama
724 That's My Mtma-
Comedy
9 Excuse My French
315650Feeling Good
A high school's attemot tos s
teen age drug abusers isrec-
amined be host Dick Cavett
5 Merv Gr~iin
Glora Sicnem
8:10 7 24 Movi-Comedy
"It Colrn't Happen to a
Nicer Gy." A real - estate
salesman who is raped at
gtOPOi'iby a batiful sco-
ran. (Repeat; 0 mi.)
9 News
20 Danie l one-Adee
30 57 tDoblt e Rd-Musc
6 Romantic Rebetion
Enlish ainter John on-
stable
9:001 2 11 Caoin
4 13 Lucas Tanner-Drawma
9 Canadian Boaing Test
30 56 5 Markheim-Opera
nw
9:30 205 00Club
50 Dinah!
10:002 nest of Magazine-eport
4 13 Petrocelit-Drama
7 24 Baretta-Crir-e rama
9 Arctic Four-Documentar
11 Windos ohe World
Functions of internatol
banking.
10:10 30 56 57 Films
A profile of an 87-year-olS e-
attle actress: and a study o
an artist who specialies I
coloring ood, ,with cw,,ii.'.i
on a feast he prepared for
the Henry Art Gallery of Se-
attle.
10:30 30 5 tRenoi-Profile
57 Frank Wakeield
ii:00 2 4 1 513 24 News
9 CC News
20 Charisma
30 Janaki-Exercise
50D ealer's Choice
5 It's our Turn
57 Ohio This Week
11:20 9 News
11:30 2 11 Movie-Western w
"Gold of the seven Sains
4 13 Johnny Carson
7 24 wide World Special
"Not Now Norman"
50 Movie-Comedy BW
"The Jackpot."
50 7 ABC News-
1200 9 Movie-Western
"Lawof the Lawless."
1:00 4 Tomorrow
7 13 News
1:25 2 Movie-Comedy
"Beach Bal."
11 News
2:00 4 News
2155 2 News
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Volume LXXXV, No. 25-S
Wednesday, June 11, 1975
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