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Daily Official Bulletin

FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1980
Daily Calendar
English: Laurence Peters, "The English Teacher
and the Tape Recorder," 7th fl. Seminar, Haven,
noon.
CSSAS: Reginald Ray, "Buddhism in America,"
Lane Commons, noon.
Urban & Regional Planning: Manfred Kochen,
"Decentralization Theory and Planning," 2116-7 Art
& Arch., 3 p.m.
Women's Studies Program: Esther Broner,
reading her work, W. Conf. Rackham, 3:30 p.m.
Nuclear Engineering: Samuiel A. Werner,
"Gravity and inertia in Quantum Mechanics," White
Aud., Cooley, 3:45 p.m.
Center for Russian & East European Studies: Ivan
Sanders, "A Humanist's Nightmare-The Fiction of
George Konrad," Commons, MLB, 4 p.m.
Museum of Art: Alan Trachtenberg, "History
Lessons: Mathew Brady's Pedagogic Portraits,"
Aud. D, Angell, 8p.m.

HONORS CONVOCATION
The 57th Annual Honors Convocation recognizing
undergraduate honor students will be held at 10:30
a.m. Fri., March 28, at Hill Auditorium. David V.
Ragone, Dean of the College of Engineeing will
speak. The convocation address will be "Escape
from Entropy."
All undergraduate classes, with the exception of
clinics and graduate seminars, will be dismissed
from 9:45 a.m. until 12 noon for the Convocation.
Seniors may be excused from clinics and seminars.
The honor students will not wear caps and gowns.
Doors of the Auditorium will be open at 10 a.m. The
public is invited. A sign language interpreter will be
available.

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Italian financier convicted
NEW YORK-Italian financier Michele Sindona was convicted
yesterday of looting the Franklin National Bank of $45 million, causing it to
collapse in the biggest bank failure in U.S. history.
Sindona, the 13th former Franklin official convicted in connection with
the bankruptcy of the Long Island-based bank, was found guilty on 65
charges of bank fraud conspiracy, perjury, wire fraud, mail fraud, and
making false statements. He was acquitted on one charge of bribing a
former high-ranking Franklin National bank officer.
Sindona is wanted in Italy on charges that he illegally removed $225
million from two banks he owned in Milan causing them to go bankrupt prior
to the Franklin National collapse.
Committee approves bills that
would protect suing employes
LANSING-The House Labor Committee yesterday approved a pair of
bills protecting employees who sue their bosses for breaking the law.
Under the bills, both of which passed on 12-0 votes, a worker who is
fired could sue his or her boss for reinstatement, back wages and benefits,
court costs or a combination of all three. Burden of proof, however, rests on
the worker.
Warren Hutchinson, head of the Department of Natural Resources
criminal investigative unit, said much of the information gained by his
department comes from informants. "Lots of informants have lost-their
jobs because they've reported on their employers," he said. "We wouldn't
get a lot of our information except for them."
A representative of the state Chamber of Commerce spoke against the
bills, saying that if an employer fired a worker for reporting a law violation,
the employee could sue his boss under extortion laws.
Guerrillas attack'buses
TEL AVIV, Israel-Palestinian guerrillas attacked four Israeli buses in
the occupied West Bank of the Jordan River yesterday as tension mounted
over Israel's decision to build two schools in the Arab city of Hebron.
An Israeli military spokesperson said three 'masked Arab guerrillas
blocked a road near the village of Kfar Aboud, 15 miles east of Tel Aviv, and'
ordered Arab drivers out of their vehicles, which were on the way to pick up
Arab workers for jobs inside Israel.
The three threw firebombs in one of the buses, setting it ablaze, and
smashed windows of the three other buses but did not set them on fire, the
spokesperson said.
The Palestine Liberation Organization claimed responsibility for the
attack, in which no injures were reported.

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WASHINGTON-Surges in both the volume and the price of imported
crude oil and oil products helped push the nation's trade deficit last month to
a record $5.6 billion, the Commerce Department reported yesterday.
David Lund, a senior economist with the Commerce Department,
attributed much of the growth of the deficit to "one of the largest monthly
increases ever in the price of imported oil," and said that the deficit also was
influenced by a jump inforeign car imports and a drop in U.S. exports of
gold.
Rig capsizes near Norway
OSLO, Norway-A floating "hotel" platform with more than 200 North
Sea oilfield workers aboard capsized yesterday in gale-force winds.
Authorities said early this morning that 88 persons had been rescued by
British and Norwegian helicopters, ships, and divers who were fighting
winds of up to 80 m.p.h. They said many were injured or dead. Estimates of
the number on board ranged from 208 to 218 persons. Most were said to be
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LANSING-The state House, by a single vote, rejected a controvprial
resolution yesterday freeing up $950,000 for a preliminary study on a Detroit
subway proposal.
Fifty-five votes were needed for passage of the measure, which was
rejected by a vote of 54-41, following 31/2 hours of debate. A move to
reconsider the vote was pending, however.
Under the plan, the state would have paid $950,000 toward preliminary
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to the city's "New Center" area.
An aerial train system would have brought the route through Highland
Park and then to the northern suburb of Royal Oak by surface rail.

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Editor-in-Chief....................MARK PARRENT
Managing Editor................. MITCHCANTOR
City Editor ..................... PATRICIA HAGEN
University Editor ...................TOMAS MIRGA
Editorial Page Editors .-....... .. JOSHUA PECK
HOWARD WITT
Magazine Editors................ELISA ISAACSON
R.J. SMITH
Arts Editors .......MARK COLEMAN
DENNIS HARVEY
Sports Editor....................ALAN FANGER
Executive Sports Editors................ ELISA FRYE
GARY LEVY
SCOTT LEWIS
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