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May 23, 1980 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily-Friday, May 23,1980-Page 5
Gov't declares Miami disaster

area;
MIAMI (AP) - The fede
nment declared riot-wracke
disaster area yesterday,
eligible for special recovery
Two thousand weary Nati(
troops were sent home a
reopened peacefully w
classrooms half empty.
The disaster designation b
Business Administration
owners of damaged busines
and personal property throu
County can get low-intere
help rebuild from the fires a
that erupted Saturday in a b
borhood of northwest Miami
MEANWHILE, ONE of th
Dade County policemen a
charges in connection with t
black motorcyclist Arthur
was rushed to a hospital last
an apparent suicide atter

schools reopen peacefully
eral gover- said. SCHOOLS REOPENED with beefed- violence will flare anewc
d Miami a Michael Watts, 30, was listed in up security in racially troubled areas. Memorial holiday weekend.
making it critical condition in the intensive care Joe Fernandez, Dade County assistant "I would have to place some*
assistance. unit of Baptist Hospital suffering from school superintendent, said there was in the kind of information w
onal Guard carbon monoxide poisoning, hospital "not one incident." Attendance ranged ting," about renewed troubl
nd schools spokesman Robert Groover said. from 49 per cent to 98 per cent, he said. said. He recommended agai
'ith some SOME 104 businesses suffered a total "A lot of dirty looks. A lot of foul plete withdrawal of Nation
of $100.5 million damage during the two language, but what's new about that?" dsmen and extra state law enf
y the Small days and two nights when violence was a white student said at a predominantly authorities from standby duty.
means that at its height, the SBA estimated in black school.
ses, homes, Washington. As calm was reported for the third Two Dade County officers ,
ghout Dade In addition, 54 private homes suffered day, Gov. Bob Graham arrived in the upon in their patrol car about
st loans to a total of $290,000 damage, while 75 city to tour black neighborhoods torn by yesterday in the northwest
nd lootings organizations such as churches and burning, looting, and mayhem that triggering a 10-block high-sp
black neigh- charitable groups were hit with $150,000 claimed 15 lives. He also planned to for the gunman. Authorities a
. damage, according to the SBA in meet with community leaders to 21-year-old man on charges
e white ex- Washington. discuss rebuilding efforts. Graham said pted murder and aggravate
cquitted of County officials estimated the finan- he opposed amnesty for the 1,267 per- said police spokesman Tom BC
he death of cial toll overall at $2 million, including sons arrested.
r McDuffie factors such as lost salaries and tax GRAHAM MET with Dade County No one was injured, evenl
night after revenue and a potential drop in Public Safety Commissioner Bobby gunman had fired at a black
mpt, police tourism. Jones, who said there are rumors that during the chase, Banks said.

over the
credence
e're get-
le, Jones
nst com-
al Guar-
orcement
were fired
3:25 a.m.
section,
eed chase.
arrested a
of attem-
d assault,
anks.
hough the
bystander

THERE OUGHT TO BE
A LAW AGAINST
THESE MEATHEADS!

SAMUEL Z. ARKOFF presents A JEFFREY KONVITZ PRODUCTION
"GORP"
MICHAEL LEMBECK , DENNIS QUAID - PHILIP CASNOFF
FRAN DRESCHER - DAVID HUDDLESTON
Sto yy JEFFREY KONVITZ and MARTIN ZWEIBACK Screenplay by JEFFREY KONVITZ
Prouced by JEFFREY KONVITZ and LOUIS S. ARKOFF o ectea 5byJOSEPH RUBEN Color by MOVIELAB RESTRICTED &
UNDER 17 RE55IRES ACC5MPANR NC
A PICTURE BY AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PARENT DOR ADULT GUARDIAN

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