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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, January 30, 1969

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VOTE OF CONFIDENCE:
Parliament supports
North Irish leader

Trial begins over Algiers motel incident'

BELFAST, Northern Ireland (AP)I
r--Prime Minister Terence O'Neill
weathered his toughest political
test in six years in office yester-
day, winning an affirmation of
confidence from the Ulster Parlia-
ment for his handling of four
months of civil rights strife.
The confidence motion, ap-
proved without formal vote after
an amendment critical of O'Neill
was defeated 31-3, was expected
to enable the prime minister to
overcome any challenge to his
leadership of the Unionist Party,
The party, split by the resigna-
tions of four ministers from posts
in the O'Neill Cabinet, was ex-
pected to meet later in the week.
Cabinet defectors have wanted
Ffree Schoo l
organiz es
new classes
The Ann Arbor Free School
doesn't have teachers or students.
People with common interests get
together and explore any subject
they choose.
At the school's mass meeting
last night in Newman Center,
groups were set up to investigate
areas from science fiction and
witchcraft to politics and econ-
omics.
"We think the University's ed-
ucation system is wrong-we have
a better way to learn," said one
Fee School organizer.}
Someone asked how ten kids
could learn about a subject if
none of them knew a lot about it
"If you had the opportunity to
take a course in witchcraft, which
is itself very unlikely, the teach-
er would have the course com-
┬░letely structured before you ever
got there. You would be learning
what the teacher wanted to teach
-not' necessarily what you were
interested in.
"The teacher designs the course
because he says; he knows a lot
more about witchcraft than you
do, and he probably does. He ma:
have read every book ever writtei
on the subject; but he may hav
never met a witch in his life."
The Free School's witchcraft
group has heardabout a witch in
Grand Rapids whom they are
going to try and get. It's wha
they call resource material.

stronger steps to quiet the civil
rights dispute, which has led to
periodic violence between Prot-
estants and minority Roman Cath-
olics.
Northern Ireland's Catholics,
outnumbered by Protestants 3-1,
have demonstrated to protest al-
leged discrimination in jobs, hous-
ing, drawing of voting districts
and qualifications for voting in
local elections.
Earlier yesterday, police took
two top Protestant leaders extre-
mist leaders to jail. The two were
accused of inflaming the dispute.
The Rev. Ian Paisley was taken

MASON, Mich. (4)--The prose-1
cutor in the first, murder trial
stemming from the shooting of!
three negro youths during the
1967 Detroit riot asserted yester-
day that many of his own wit-
neses couldn't be trusted. He
sought the right, rarely granted,
to cross examine them.
"There has been out-and-out
perjury spread upon the record of
the examination (preliminary
hearing) in this case by Detroit
Police Officers," said Avery Weis-
wasser, Assistant Prosecutor.
Weiswasser said that in sup-
porting a charge of first degree
murder against former Detroit
police patrolman Ronald W.
August, the prosecution "is put in
a position where it cannot rely on
testimony of all of its own wit-
nesses."

main pending and, "I'll treat the admitting August's statements in- testified that Pollard and Temple
problems as they arise." to evidence. Beer ordered the se- were killed 'during a raid on the
Defense attorney Norman L. Lip- lection of the jury for the trial to motel by a number of uniformed{
pit won a hearing by Judge Beer begin May 12 in Lansing. The ac- police officers and members of
on whether four statements made tual trial will be held in Mason the National Guard. Authorities
by August to his superior officers at the Ingham county courthouse said Cooper may have been dead
five days after the incident can where is was ordered to take place before the raid occurred.
be admitted as evidence in the after the defense attorney had Witnessescharged that uni-
trial, claimed that a fair trial would formed men fired shots and
Thenl. stbe impossible in Detroit because threatened and beat many of those
The only statement admitted in of "community antagonism." among the eight Negro youths and
the earlier hearings was one in Weismasser said that obtaining two white girls who were in the
which August, after being in- Wesmsyeromsdmeatfothiningxwowhte moere i the
formed in writing of a constitu full testimony from some of the annex to the motel at the time.
tional right to remain silent, said prosecution witnesses would be! Witnesses said the girls had part
he shot Pollard after the youth difficult because some of them are of their clothing torn off by the
grabbed his shotgun and struggled involved civil and federal cases raiders.
with him. which resulted from the Algiers Judge Beer said that 'all hear-
Judge Beer ordered hearings to Motel incident ings would be kept open to the
begin Feb. 24 on the question of In pretrial hearings witnesses public.
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into custody to begin a thlree- Many of the witnesses in the
month sentence. His No. 2 man, preliminary hearing against Au-
Maj. Ronald Bunting, also was gust were Detroit police officers
arrested in a raid on his house. who either were with the 29-year-
Bunting got a four-month sen- old former patrolman or talked
tence. with him near the time when the
Wednesday night, nearly 1,000 three youths were found slain.
demonstrators gathered outside August, a father of two, is ac-
the jail where the Paisley was cused of the shotgun killing of
being held. Some tossed bricks 19-year-old Auburey Pollard of.
at a police truck. Others chanted, Detroit. Pollard was found shot
"O'Neill niust go." At least one to death at the Algiers Motel in
demonstrator was arrested. midtown Detroit along with Fred:
O'Neill's government has been Temple, 18, and Carl Cooper, 17,
praised by British Prime Minister also of Detroit.
Harold Wilson for attempting to Judge William J. Beer said that
steer a middle course between Weismasser's motion would re-'
Catholic and Protestant factions - -
and for introducing new laws to,
redress Catholic grievances and Read and Use
relax tensions that touched off
bloody riots in Londonderry last Daily Classifieds.
year.
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Or Restoration Drarra,or any other class
where you're missing half of what's going on be-
cause you don't get enough sleep and your eyes
keep closing.
Take a Tirend and stay awake. Just one
or two Tirend tablets help keep you alert and on
your toes when over- cramming or lack of
sleep makes everything a drag.
(Try the samples given out.) Or pick up a box
at the nearest drug counter.
And only nod if you agree.,

"What did you say
your name was.
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TENANTS I1
If Your Landlord is One of the following and you
not been reached by the rent strike, we need your

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have
help.

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Ann Arbor Trust Co.
Arbor Mgt.
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Misco Mgt.
BMR

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Campus Mgt.
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Call

662-9585,

There must be a safer way to meet
girls. Luckily for you, we put instruc-
tions on self-defense in every, package
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for
Registration
and
I nformation

OT Hal Karate mer wazve ani
Cologne. But even so, please be a little
careful how you use it. A good social
life is fine, but the way you're going
you'll be too battered to enjoy it. I
Hai Karate-be careful how you use it.

Our lists must be complete. Contact the Tenants Union of
your building has not been canvassed. CALL 763-3102,
1532 S.A.B.

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