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1960s
radieal
arrested
following
shootout

From AP and UPI
NANUET, N.Y.- Katherine Boudin,
a 1960s radical who vanished after a
bomb factory blew up 11 years ago, was
in custody yesterday, accused of being
one of a machine gun-toting gang that
killed two policemen and a guard and
stole $1.6 million from a Brink's car.
Boudin, 38, a member of the Weather
Underground, was arrested following
the terrorist-style attack on a Brinks
armored car outside a Nanuet, N.Y.,
shopping mall and a subsequent
shootout at a police roadblock in Nyack.
Two policemen and a Brinks guard
were killed and two others were woun-
ded.

ROCKLAND County District Attor-
ney Kenneth Gribetz said fingerprints
revealed the woman who gave her
name as Barbara Edson when she was
arrested after the bloody holdup
Tuesday afternoon actually was the
Weather Underground fugitive.
Boudin, another woman and two men
were seized and charged with murder
when their getaway cars were stopped
at the roadblock.
Two to four more suspects were
sought-among them were the men who
killed the policemen with a spray of
automatic rifle bullets.
THE GANG members who escaped
had to leave the money behind in six

bags, according to Chiefs Thomas Cof-
fey and Robert Schnakenberg, of the
Nyack and Clarkstown police, who
briefed reporters here.
"She kept yelling 'Please don't shoot
me!" said off-duty New York City
corrections officer Michael Koch, who
participated in the dragnet.
'They (her accomplices) shot them
(the two police officers). I didn't'," he
quoted Boudin as saying.
"THE BIGGEST thing on her mind
when I arrested her was that she might
get killed."
FBI and police officials told a news
conference yesterday the arrests led to
a raid on an apartment in East Orange,

N.J., that nettedt
police precincts
"bomb making
weapons.
Gribetz said he
about where Miss
past decade and
was no informati
case might be
terrorism, adding
it out."
BOUDIN HAD1
March 6, 1970,. w
Platt Wilkerson s
the blast-leveled
townhouse of Wil
father, James Wil

The Michigan Doily-Thursday, October 22, 1981-Pace 3
diagrams of six city The .wreckage of the accidental ex-.
a bomb manual, plosion revealed that the house was
materials" and being used as a bomb factory. It
yielded the bodies of two men and a
had no information woman, 60 sticks of unexploded
Boudin had spent the dynamite, 100 blasting caps and a keg
told reporters there of construction nails to multiply the
on about whether the killing power of any bomb. One of the
related to political dead men never has been identified.
: "We haven't ruled The other man and woman were anti-
war activists in the radical campus
been on the run since group, Student for Democratic Society.
hen she and Cathlyn Most of the money taken in the holdup
taggered naked from was recovered.
Greenwich Village BOUDIN WAS among the last of the
[kerson's vacationing Weather Underground members still at
kerson. large.

HAPPENINGS-
HIGHLIGHT
In honr of the 36th anniversary of the United Nations, the Ann Arbor
League of Women Voters and the Women's International League for Peace
and Freedom will present "The Importance of the U.N. to America and the
World," at 7:30 p.m. at the Ann Arbor Public Library, 343 S. Fifth Ave. The
program consists of a discussion with panel members Gilbert Bursley,
President of Cleary College and Political Science Prof. Harold Jacobson.
FILMS
Cinema Guild-Psycho, 7 and 10 p.m.; Lucifer Rising, 9 p.m., Lorch Hall
Aud.
Public Health-Noontime Film Fest, The Vital Link and New Pulse of
Life, SPH IlAud,12:10 p.m.
SPEAKERS
Great Lakes and Marine Environment-Sem., John A. Dorr III, "Lake
Trout Reproduction in Southern Lake Michigan," White Aud., Cooley, 4 p.m.
Jerome Lec. Committee-Lec., Brunilde Sismondo Ridgeway, "The Great
Sanctuaries," Kelsey Museum Classroom, 3:30 p.m.
Michigan Economic Society-Harvey Brazer, "Highlights of the Michigan
Fiscal Study," noon, Lansing Lounge, Econ. Bldg.
Chemistry - Sem., Dr. John W. Warner, "Dielectric Effects on the Spec-
tra of Condensed Phases," Rm. 1200, Chem., 4 p.m.
Vision/Hearing - Lunch Sem., Daniel Green, "Does Adaptation Spread
Within the Rod Network?" 2055 MHRI, 12:15 p.m.
Japanese Studies-Bag Lunch, Prof. Harold Stevenson, with James
Stigler and Shin-ying Lee, "Children at Home and at School in Japan and in
the U.S.," Lane Hall Commons Rm., noon.
Computing Center-Chalk talk, CC Counseling Stafifi, Fortran Debugging
with SDS, B120 MLB, 12:10 p.m., Lee., Steve Tolkin, "Introduction to
SPIRES II," 3040 Frieze, 2:30 p.m.
Hopwodfd Program-Ernest Sandeen will read from his Collected Poems,
Hopwood Rm., 1006 Angell, 4 p.m.
Union of Students for Israel--Talk, Meron Benvenisti, "Living Together in
a United Jerusalem," UGLI Multi-Purpose Rm., 8pim.
St. Mary's Student Chapel-Steve Kemperman, "Cults in America and my
3 Years' Experience with the Moonies," St. Mary's Chapel Lounge, 7:30
p.m.
Ladder Books-Dolores Ashcroft-Nowicki, "The Return of the Goddess:
Her Importance For Women and Men Today." Kuenzel Rm., Union, 7:30
p.m.
Spartacus Youth League-Tweet.Carter, "Building the Revolutionary
Youth Movement," Michigan Rm., Michigan League, 7:30 p.m.
MEETINGS
Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship-Mtg., Union, 7 p.m.
Sailing Club-Mtg., 311 W. Eng., 7:45 p.m.
Botticelli Game Players-Mtg., Dominick's, noon.
Campus Crusade for Christ-Mtg., 2003 Angell Hall, 7 p.m.
Wildlife Society-Mtg., Wallace Dominui, Social Behavior in Bluegill Sun-
fish, 2024 Dana Bldg., 4 p.m.
Washtenaw County Comprehensive Health Planning Council-Mtg., 555
North Zeeb Rd., 7:30 p.m.
Michigan Economic Society-Mtg., Harvey Brazer.
ACM-229 Angell Hall, 6:30 p.m.
Academic Women's Caucus-Mtg., 3050 Frieze Bldg., noon.
PERFORMANCES
School of Music-Organ Conf., Recital, Joseph Galema, DMA, Hill, 8 p.m.
Concert of the Month-Pianist Akiko Matsuo, Pendleton Room, Union, 8
Mr. Daniel Vice portrays Lord Alfred Douglas in Oscar Remembered,
Canterbury Loft, 332S. State, 8 p.m.
UAC Sound State/Eclipse Jazz, 8:30 p.m.
MISCELLANEOUS
Annual Halloween Costume Sale, 1528 Frieze Bldg., 9 a.m.
Ann Arbor Chamber of Commerce-Snail Darters, Supply-Side
Economics and Structural Changes in the Real Estate Industry, Bar and
Dinner, Briarwood Hilton, 6 p.m.
Washtenaw County Community Health Coordinating Committee-Health
Screening-Procedures and Philosophy, 1819 S. Wagner, Ann Arbor, 9 a.m.
Half-Ass Readings-Poetry, Fiction and Music, Half-Way Inn, East Quad
Basement, 10 p.m.
Dances of India School-Workshop on Footwork and Rhythms, 1355 Wyn-
nstone Dr., 7 p.m.

GEO-Discussion, Out of the Frying Pan: A Discussion of Budget Cuts,
History and Prospects, Guild House, 802 Monroe St., 4 p.m.
Michigan League-International Night, South America, 5 p.m.
Biological Sciences-Sem., The Nucleus in Self-Differentiating Tissue,
1139 Nat. Sci., noon.
Tau Beta Phi-Free tutoring, Walk-in, 307 UGLI and 2332 Bursley, 7-11
p.m.
Society of Women Engineers-Pre-interview Program, Intel, 144 W. Eng.,
8:30 a.m.; Pre-Interview Program, Amdahl Corp., 144 W. Eng., 1 p.m.;
Pacific Gas and Electric, 246 W. Eng., 7 p.m.; SWE Mtg., 229 W. Eng., 6:30
p.m.
UAC Soundstage, Univ. Club, Union, 9 p.m. Progressive Bar Party: The
g Count of Antipasto, The Village Bell, Rick's American Cafe, Good Time
Charley's, 5 p.m.
To submit items for the Happenings Column, send them in care of:,
Happenings, The Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard St., Ann Arbor, MI., 48109.
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Former University V.P. Fauri dies at 72

Fedele Fauri, former University vice
president and dean of social work who
in recent years served as state racing
commissioner, died Tuesday night at
St. Joseph Mercy Hospital following a
brief illness. He was 72.
Fauri was dean of the School of Social
Work and professor of public welfare
administration from 1951 to 1970,
university president for state relations
and planning from 1970 to 1974, and
state racing commissioner from 1975 to
1980.
Texas
We're hay
Grand-Or
all this weE
New Elect
And we're
with speci
Specials
for the kids

The Regents, when Fauri retired
from the University in 1975, said "Dr.
Fauri's accomplishments for the
University and society have been con-
tinuous since he earned his law degree
at Michigan in 1933.
"During his tenure as dean of Social
Work, the school experienced both
phenomenal growth and recognition as
one of the nation's best schools. His
long administrative and political ex-
perience, plus his unquestioned in-
tegrity and good humor made him in-

valuable in his role as vice president for
state relations and planning.
"Fedele Fauri's contributions to the
University will occupy a prominent
place in the history of the institution."
Fauri was born in Crystal Falls,
Mich., on April 28, 1909, and obtained a
bachelor of arts degree in 1930 and a
bachelor of law degree in 1933 from the
University.
In 1941 he was named as director of
the Michigan Department of Social
Welfare, a post he held for four years.

In 1947 Fauri went to Washington to
serve as senior specialist in social
legislation for the Legislative Referen-.
ce Service of the Library of Congress,
and held other major positions in
Washington.
Fauri was public assistance research.
director of the Advisory Council on:
Social Security to the Committee on:
Finance of the Senate. He was also:
social security adviser to the House,
Ways and Means Committee and they
Senate Committee on Finance.

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Friday, Nov. 27, 1981

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We'll be open Friday til 9 p.m.
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ends Saturday,

Oct. 24,

1981.

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