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Tuesday, August 17, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Kelley asks Supreme Court to 0
review Detroit busing decision appeal
of offs
LANSING (UPI)-State offi- their 83000 students. An NAACP lawyer said during pendin
cials will ask the U.S. Supreme Kelley said that, if the ap- the weekend that cutbacks in enviros
Court to review a federal ap- peals court grants a stay of class time would amount to an seas d
peals court decision that called its order, Detroit will continue "interdistrict violation" that The
for a broad expansion of De- to receive its normal state aid would be grounds for cross dis- of Ap
troit's peacefully implemented payments. In addition, Kelley trict busing. lower
Hool desegregation plan. said he considered it likely that Ruling in the Detroit case in drilling
a briefs filed yesterday with the Detroit Board of Education 1974, the Supreme Court said it lying#
the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of will ask voters for an additional would permit cross-district bus- Long
Appeals asking for a delay in three mills of school tax in the ing in Detroit if it found evi- schedu
its order pending a Supreme November election. dence of interdistrict segrega- ned to
Court review, Attorney General VOTERS IN the district reject- tion. "WE
Krank Kelley said one part of ed a proposed five-mill increase, The NAACP believes that edu- case%
the appeals court ruling was forcing the board to cut the cation cutbacks in Detroit that Aug. 1
"unprecedented in the field of district's sports program and to are not implemented or re- will c
school desegregation law." ask the state for permission to quired in the white suburbs parabl
IN THAT PART of the ruling cut back class hours for some would fulfill the Supreme Court courts
the appeals court upheld an students. requirement. "On
earlier decision by U.S. District
Judge Robert DeMascio that the
State of Michigan must pay
half the costs of "educational
components" of the school de-
segregation plan-a figure Kel-
ley said was $5.8 million or
Kelley said that, because of
fiscal constraints, the state can-
not dole out that sum without -
hurting other programs or run-
ning up an unconstitutional def-
Meanwhile, Detroit school of-
ficials who have ordered deep
program cutbacks because of
voter refusal to approve addi- Business Manager: (313) 764-0560
tional school taxes say they are
preparing to ask DeMascio to
order the state to pay the entire
costs of the so-called educational
components. Dear Readers:
IN A RULING handed down
one year ago, DeMascio ordered Tomorrow, August 18th, is our last sumn
busing for 21,853 Detroit stu- will be back and ready to serve you again on Se
dents in a mild, Detroit-only
desegregation plan that left What this means to you, The Reader, is th
three school regions virtually
untouched. The judge also or- not done so already, or if you are not one of our r
dered beefed-up educational pro-
grams with the school district Please avoid the start-of-the-term rush,
and the state sharing the costs.
The plan was put into effect Why? So that you will begin receiving your Dai
last September with no violence, and begin home delivery. The rates are: In Ann
but the appeals court, in a rul-
ing handed down Aug. 4, ordered $12.00 for two semesters; Outside Ann Arbor-
DeMascei to come up with a for two. Subscriptions outside Ann Arbor must
new desegregation scheme in-
cluding the three regions and r't,,,~~+. -..,.t. .mt5 nr~ue I

Page Five
ii r'ghts sale approved

/ YORK -) - A federal
s court gave a go-ahead
day to the first-ever sale
shore Atlantic oil rights,
g a review of the entire
nmental impact of under-
rililng in the area.
decision by the U.S. Court
peals lifted last week's
court ban on the sale of
g rights to 876,000 acres
60 miles to the south of
Island. The sale was
led to go ahead as plan-
FIND nothing in this
which satifies us that the
17 sale, in and of itself,
ause appellees any irre-
e injury," the appeals
said in a brief decision.
the other hand, the na-

tional interests, looking toward
relief of this country's energy
crisis, will be clearly damaged
if the proposed sale is aborted."
The three-man court agreed
with the federal government
and the oil companies that the
sale of drilling leases would not
in itself affect the environment
along what is known as the Bal-
timore Canyon Trough-a crack
in the outer continental shelf
that filled millions of years ago
with sedimentary rock, thought
to hold a reservoir of oil.
It could be at least four years
before the first drop of oil flow-
ed from any wells that may be
developed in the area.
Congress established the In-
diana territory in 1800.

Student Publica/ions Building
Editors: (313) 764-0562

August 17, 1976
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Gangs hit
Cobo Hall
(Continued from Page 1)
ported both inside and outside
Cobo Hall, including one stab-
bing in which the victim suf-
fered arm cuts.
He said black youths attacked
one couple on the sidewalk not
far from the auditorium, strip-
ped the woman and raped her
repeatedly, and beat and rob-
bed her male companion.
A shoe storea few blocks
from Cobo was broken into and
windows were broken at anoth-
er business establishment, Nash
The incident was the most
seriousyet in a rash of teen-
gang violence that has kept city
dwellers on edge.
The first incorporated com-
munity west of the Rocky
Mountains was Oregon City in
Oregon. It was incorporated in
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