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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuegdoy, December 7, 1976

Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Peace march follows bombs,
fire in Ireland over weekend

Inmates

illnesses untreated

LONDOND E R R Y, Northernstroyed 16 stores and damaged
Ireland (AP) - Bombs wreck- I six others. No one was injured
ed Londonderry's downtown
shopping district Sunday a few DAMAGE WAS estimated a
hours before 10,000 Catholics $1.65 million by the local Chain-
and Protestants marched for ber of Commerce.

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I IUJIAu.'ILJM.yk 5 1 the cause of peace in Northernd
Ireado group claimed responsibili-
sreland. ty for the bombs, believed plant-
213 N. Main Ann Arbr t63-7758 The bombs and resulting fires ed during busy Christmas shop-
early Sunday in Northern Ire- ping the previous 'day. But a
land's second largest city de- spokesman for the hardline
Protestant Vanguard Unionist
Party blamed the guerrillas of
There IS a difference!! the mainly Roman Catholic Irish'
Republican -Army (IRA). The
IRA is fighting to end British
MCAT - LSAT - DAT rule in the Protestant-dominated
" GMAT " CPAT * VAT " GRE " OCAT . SAT province and join it to the most-
K.n~3~nIAE aflwEr o n T R ARDfS ly Catholic Irish Republic.

allow the security forces to g
on the offensive against the
IRA," a Vanguard spokesman
said.
IN DROGHEDA, 30 mile
across the border in the repub
lic, peace marchers from both
sides of the border prayed an
wept together in freezing weath
er at the site of the battle 28
years ago that divided Ireland
The marchers clasped hand
on the Boyne River bridge an
prayed for an end to the relig
ous war. American folk singe
Joan Baez sang a peace song
The Protestant armies of Wi
liam of Orange defeated Kin
James II's Roman Catholic for
ces near the banks of the Boyn

P H I L A D E L P H I A (R) and in a small jail in Washing- diana, Maryland, Michigan,f
- There is a high percentage of ton state, 15 per cent of the Washington and Wisconsin. r
untreated illnesss among jail prisoners who were examined "The ultimate objective of
0 inmates, a survey by the Ameri- .had positive X-ray readings for the program," the AMA said,
e can Medical Association (AMA) TB. "is information to be used forE
n of about 1,000 inmates at 30 -In a jail in Georgia, 65 per the development of a national
jails across the country shows. cent of the inmates had ab- certification system for jail
"Although these are only pre- normal urinalysis tests. medical programs, using ap-
s liminary findings," the AMA -In a Wisconsin jail, 27 per proaches similar to those ap-
- said, "they are indicative of a cent of the inmates had abnor-, plied to the certification of hos-
h high percentage of undetected mal readings for hepatitis. In an pitals and medical schools."
d illnesses among the jail popu- Indiana jail, 21 per cent had The federal grant followed a
- lation of the country." positive hepatitis examinations. 1972 AMA survey of jail medi-
6 cal facilities "which showed a
. THE SURVEY, reported at THE AMA SAID six state shocking lack of manpower and:
s the AMA's 30th clinical conven- medical societies are involved service throughout the coun-
d tion, showed: in a pilot program to improve try," the association said.
i- -Of inmates examinted in an medical care and health serv-
r Indiana jail, 15 per cent had I ices in correctional institutions THE 1,000 PRISONERS in the
positive tuberculosis skin tests, I in their states - Georgia, In- most recent survey were given

physical examinations and their
medical histories taken. In ad-
dition. jail facilities were sur-
veyed, the AMA said, with these
early findings:
* Only 37 per cent had medi-
cal clinics.
A Routine nhvsicals for all
inmates on admission were giv-
en in only 13 per cent of the
isils.
0 Routine physicals !or such
srecial categories As nrisoners
assie-ed to kitchen duties were
eiven in o"ly 37 per cent.
* Treatment facilities for
mentally ill offenders were
available in 43 per cent of the
fails.
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