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THE MICHIGAN DA IL'Y

Tuesday, May 13, 1975

PageTwoTHE ICHGAN AIL Tueday May13,197

In the news today

. . .

I nternationalIwithout ex
to hear a
Israeli troops raided three Lebanese cisions tha
border villages before dawn yesterday and Kalan
and brought back five suspected guer- segregated
rillas for questioning, the Israeli com- tires dids
mand said. Lebanon said an Israeli next fall o
coast guard vessel entered its territor- cision. re
ial waters near Tyre a half-hour before metropolit
the raids, but that coastal artillery housing in
opened fire and drove the ship off. In
Tel Aviv, a fire bomb exploded on the
roof of a youth club, slightly wounding Sate
a 15-year-old boy, police said. A com-
mand spokesman in Tel Aviv said the JACKSO
"overnight antiterrorist operation" ing for an
started before sunrise and lasted into of a minoi
the daylight hours. ity prison
* ed. Officia
inmate, W
National from the,
of a mina
WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court inmates.I
yesterday let stand two federal court prison em
rulings designed to desegregate schools, Williams,,
but agreed to review an order aimed at of narcoti
segregation in housing. In brief orders group of i

planation, the court declined
ppeals from lower court de-
it school authorities in Boston
mazoo, Mich., had purposely
d their schools. But the jus-
say they will hear arguments
n a federal appeals court de-
quiring a "comprehensive
an area plan" for p u bl i c
n Chicago and its suburbs.
N - Authorities are search-
inmate who took advantage
r brawl at a minimum secur-
camp near here and escap-
ls at Camp Waterloo said the
illiam Marshall, walked away
facility Sunday in the middle
or fracus involving about 30
The disturbance began when a
ploye attempted to handcuff
who had swallowed some type
ic. Williams resisted, and a
inmates charged the employe,

heaving a large rock at his face. Dur-
ing the middle of the fight, Williams
slipped out of the door and walked
away from the prison, officials said.
Prison officials said an earlier report
that National Guardsmen had been
called in was not correct. Officials said
the report apparently was instigated
by an inmate who telephoned local
media.
Local
The former executive secretary to
Michigan Governor William Milliken,
William Hettiger, has cast doubt on re-
ported certainties that Fedele Fauri,
former University vice-president for
state relations, is under consideration
for the chairmanship of a state racing
commission. Asked if he had contact-
ed Fauri about taking the position,
Hettiger replied, "No, I h a v e not."
Hettiger added, "I have been introduc-
ed to Fauri; I did not interview him."
Commenting on an April 22 article in

the Ann Arbor News that indicated he
had been assigned to reorganizing the
racing industry, Hettiger remarked,
"Not true." He suggested that a "series
of misunderstandings" had been re-
sponsible for identifying him as chief
racing reorganizer. "I have no know-
ledge if Fauri is under consideration,"
remarked Hettiger. "The only one who
can indicate it is the governor him-
self."
Happenings ...
. . . are all but non-existent today.
The Aikido Association will demonstrate
their talent at 3 p.m. this afternoon in
the Wrestling Rm. of the IM Bldg. at
State and Hoover. Call 971-4332 for info.
0
Weather
The weather scene gets a little better
today: the day should be mostly sunny,
with highs in the upper 60's.

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Tuesday, May 13, 1975
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