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SST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (/)
a planned program of fun activities include;A man who lived for 46 years
GAMES SNACKS without guessing that he was
born out of wedlock went into
FILMS CRAFTS ' a blind rage and killed his moth-
er after learning the truth, po-
lice said.
"We had an argument about
my birth, Richard Michael
1289 JEWETT Laury said in a lengthy police
(close to Michigan Stadium) statement read during a pre-:
liminary hearing Wednesday.
769-4511 ANYTIME "I came across some papers.
I was born 3 years before she
was married. I got a gun and]
shot her in the back of the

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rocking chair when Laury con-
fronted her, according to the
statement. He walked away
when she refused to discuss the
matter about his birth, and re-
moved a gun from a wardrobe.
According to his statement:
Without saying a word, he
walked to his mother's rocking
chair, stood behind her, took
aim and fired the one fatal
shot. He took his mother's gun,
left the house and climbed into
his mother's car. He knew she
was dead when he left the
house, he told police.
Laury lived in motel rooms
and the car during the two
weeks between the murder and
his arrest. He told anyone who
asked about histmother that she
had gone to New York on vaca-
tion.

Smith

to

reveal rule

plan

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The sources said Vorster had
threatened to squeeze or cut
Rhodesia's t r a d e lifelines
through South Africa, which are
now this country's only means
of survival. Government econo-'
mists say privately that Rho-
desia could survive for only
about three months without'
South African support.
"In these circumstances, the
Kissinger package was an offer
we couldn't refuse," a govern-
ment official said.
THE WAR between black na-
tionalist guerrillas and the Rho-
desian government forces con-
tinued, meanwhile. Government
officials announced that Rho-
desian security force killed 18
more black nationalist guer-
rillas, bringing to 27 the number
killed in the past five days.
A communique said three
white - owned homesteads were
attacked by guerrillas but there

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opened fire in central Johan- "They were trying to get into

nesburg. Johanne
THE YOUTHS came to the city them ar
from the nearby black township said. "'
of Soweto. But when police rea- in thei
lized that blacks were gather- Soweto
ing in the center of the city,
they moved in on railroad sta- HOW]
tions in Soweto. At one stage, said po
they were reported to have other st
opened fire on a group of youths waiting
trying to reach Johannesburg. city. Bu
A senior police officer in So- firmed.
weto said his men dispersed a
crowd of youths at a township Black
railroad station. hannesb

esburg but we stopped
nd sent them home," he
There were no casualties
incident and the rest of
is quiet."
EVER, blacks in Soweto
lice opened fire at an-
ation where youths were
to catch trains into the
ut this could not be con-
reporters said the Jo-
burg . demonstrations

were an
convince
strength

organized attempt tc
whites of the enduring
of black power.

This was backed up by the
sight of placards discarded b3
demonstrators who fled fron'
police.
The placards said "Vorster'
time is over," referring t
Prime Minister John Vorster
and "Release our people" -
reference to the continued de-
tention without trial of students
arrested in the first Sowetc
riots last June.

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THAT WAS on Aug. 10, Laury
d. Two weeks later, his
ther's*decomposing body
s found propped in her rock-
chair, according to the state-

Harrises plead innocent;
Hearst hears sentence today

ment.

DISCO DANCE
tonight
People's Plaza
(the one with the cube)

Investigators had gone to the DEFENSE attorney James were no casualties and only
apartment searching for Laury, Denhardt and Asst. State Atty. minor damage was reported.
who was a suspect in a tavern Doug Crow disagreed whether Rhodesian troops claim to
holdup. Instead, they found the Ldury's statement showed have killed 1,609 guerrillas in
remains of Tangeline Respeita. enough premeditation for a first the last four years while losingI
In his statement, Laury said degree murder charge. Den- 163 soldiers. The deaths of 5081
that learning of his illegitimacy hardt said it should be man- civilians, including 42 whites,
and his mother's refusal to dis- slaughter. since December 1972 have been
cuss it drove him into a "blind ( blamed on the guerrillas.
rage," and caused him to be- Bail was set at $10,000. The! IN JOHANNESBURG yester-
come "frustrated, angry and case was to go to the grand day, 400 blacks were arrested
confused." Jury. Until a grand jury makes and one was shot to death after
a decision, Laury faces charges crowds of placard - waving
RESPEITA was sitting in her of first degree murder, robbery, students streamed through the
carrying a concealed weapon, j central area of the city, smash-
Sarmed robbery and aggravated ing shop windows and shouting
robbery. "black power, black power."

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FREE ADMISSION TO HEAR

C o 1 . Jefferson Bufor(
armed expedition into Kans
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Johannesburg general hospi-
d's tal said six whites had been ad-
as mitted with stab wounds after'
y's encountering demonstrators

BERKELEY, Calif (iP) - The The Alameda County Grand She faces sentencing by U. S.
cross-country drama of Patricia Jury is scheduled to begin hear- District Court Judge William
Hearst returns to the college ing evidence Monday against Arrick Jr. for armed bank rob-
community where it began, as the Harrises - including the bery and the use of a firearm
William and Emily Harris ap- testimony of Hearst. Officials in a felony. She was convicted
pear in court charged with kid- said yesterday they planned to by a jury last March 20, then
naping her 2 years ago. install partitions on the second- sent to the San Diego Metropoli-
Their arraignment yesterday floor grand jury wing of the tan Correction Center for a psy-
on a 19-count complaint came county court house to shield the chiatric evaluation for use in
just before the newspaper 45 scheduled witnesses from sentencing.
heiress herself today goes into public view. I HER SENTENCE could range
federal court across the bay in from a minimum of jail time al-
San Francisco to be sentenced A GRAND JURY indictment ready served and probation up
for a bank robbery conviction. would replace the original cri- to amaximum 35 years in pri-
minal complaint and send the son.
THE MUNICIPAL Court site case to Superior Court with no Hearst, after being dragged
of the Harrises' arraignment is preliminary hearing. The dis- kicking and screaming from her
a few miles from the apart- tinction is important to the Har- apartment, later announced
ment where Hearst, then a 19- ris defense because witnesses through tape recordings that
year-old sophomore at the Uni- can be cross - examined at a she has joined her captors in
versity of California, was kid- preliminary hearing, but not at their revolutionary cause.
naped by members of the ter- grand jury hearing. Most of her new comrades
rorist Symbionese Liberation The Harrises have been! were killed in a fiery Los An-
Army on Feb. 4, 1974. transfered to separate jails in geles shootout with police in
Attorney Susan Jordan said Oakland from state prisons the spring of 1975, after which
she would ask Judge Wilmont where they are serving 11-year-, she hid out in California, Penn-
Sweeney that the Harrises, both to-life terms for kidnaping, rob- sylvania and other states. She
avowed SLA members, be giv- bery and car theft in a Los An- and the Harrises were captured
en a preliminary hearing in- geles crime spree. Hearst is in San Francisco on Sept. 18,
stead of being subject to grand also charged in that case but 1975.
jury indictment has not been tried. The 19 - count complaint
- against the Harrises includes
---____ -- _.- -charges that they kidnaped a
man and used his car as a get-
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24 8 P.M. aw vction that t theassaute
The Distinguished Faculty Series begins with Hearst's then-fiance and a
neighbor and that they fired
DR. FRANK H. T. RHODES ! several shots as they fled.

GUS HALL
Communist Party Candidate for PRESIDENT
A founder of the United Steelworkers union, active as a Communist
since his youth, Gus Hall spent eight years injail as a victm of the
Smith "thought control" Act. HE WILL SPEAK ON:
"THE STRUGGLE AGAINST REPRESSION"
For Black-White Unity Against Racist and Political Repression, for a
People's Electoral Alternative.
FRIDAY, 3EPT. 24-7:30 P.M.
HILL AUDITORIUM
SPONSORS: Young Workers Liberation League,
Friends of Hall & Tyner, The Marxist Forum
paid for by the Marxist Forum

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Strange exhausts and a water tower grace the profile of the Jackson Road Logging
Company's facility on Jackson Road just west of I-94. The wagon full of logs in front
of the building is being held in reserve until lumber production is resumed sometime
in the indefinite future.

The Jackson Road Logging Also on the menu are "Kenne-
Company . . . is gracious and beckers," delicious fried mush-
amiable, simple and warm, and rooms, zucchini, cauliflower or
very much alive. In the eve- onion rings at $1.75 for a great
big basket of your choice. Not
nings disco music energizes the only are they succulent, they're
pleasantly robust loggers' per- good for you. Other items on the
sona of this establishment. The list are spaghetti, steak, fish
JRLC (as they abbreviate them- filets and "Chicken in a Log,"
selves) is really a special spot, deep fried with busicuts and
much to be desired for the honey at $2.95.

Then, for a desert, you couldI
order up two large Crepes filledj
with ice cream and topped with!
stauteed bananas and whipped
cream, a dish that would do any!

"Everybody is welcome whether
in tux or jeans," he emphasized.
The Jackson Road Logging
Company, on Jackson Rd. near
I-94, and part of the Ramada

(during the cocktail hour)
205 W. Michigan Ave., Ypsi.

485-4375
483-1771

485-2753

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And then there is the disco, originally designed building, fea-
seven nights a week. Cover is tures mostly what you'd call
a dollar but only on the week- no-nonsense food and entertain-
ends. Draft beer comes in 16 ment, no gimmicks. The food is
ounce s e r v i n g s. Drinks are super, and the disco is always

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