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Thursday, August 1, 1968

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Reservists
challenge
activation
BALTIMORE ())-A group of
Army reservists from Ohio, claim-
ing a call to two years active duty
violated t h e i r constitutional
rights, will be given a court hear-
ing today.
Judge Frank A. Kaufman of
U.S. District Court will hear ar-
guments on whether the 113 men
should be released. They contend
their enlistment contracts were
violated without due process of
law undef the equal protection of
the laws provision of the Fifth
Amendment.
ACTIVATED LAST MAY
'he men were members of the
1002nd Supply and Service Com-
pany on inactive duty in Cleve-
land when ordered tyoactive duty
effective last May 13. Three days
later, the unit moved to Ft.
Meade, Md., as the 1002nd Com-
bat Support Company.
Contending the action was
"void, invalid and without legal
effect," the Ohioans brought suit1
last week against Secretary of De-
fense Clark Clifford, Secretary of
the Army Stanley R. Resor;
Harold K. Johnson, Army chief of
staff and the commanding of-
ficers of Ft. Meade and the 1st
Army, headquartered at Meade.
NO OBLIGATION
The petition to the court says3
each of the men enlisted in .thei
Army reserve before Oct. 15, 1966,
with an obligation to serve six
years of inactive duty, and no
more than 17 days a year on ac-
tive duty, after serving on active
duty for training.
Otherwise, it said, they may be
called to active duty "only in
time of war or national emergency
declared by Congress or , . . by
the President after Jan. 1, 1953."
The Ohioams contend the law
makes a distinction between re-
servists called up as a unit, as in
their case, and those called up as
individuals. It "credits individual
reservists with previous active
* duty for training, but does not so,
credit members of a unit so or-
dered," they said.
The court is asked to order
each of the 113 released from ac-
tive duty and placed back on in-I
active duty "within a reasonable
commuting distance from his res-
idence."

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