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Page Fourteen

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, September 5, 197; 1

Page Fourteen THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday1 September 5, 197~

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FAMOUS 'SPY' CASE Arashi
)ME an ING FBI releases RosenberganS G. data b lo
i I n(WASHINGTON, (Reuter) - The FBI Wednes At the time he was working at the top secret. 1
Tday threw open a portion of its file on Julius government installation in Los Alamos, New m ay~
e s y of M c i a[and Ethel Rosenberg more than 22 years after Mexico, vwhere the first atomic bombs - in- i((,AJ see~
the couple died in the electric chair as atom cluding the one dropped on Hiroshima-were
n i ' hleespies. dvlpd
e iSI IUNothing in the 735 pages made available for Hetol th FB th arumet hsCsste an
inspection seemed likely to raise the hopes of develoed, g
brother-in-law used in persuading him to pass y ,,h
the Rosenberg's sons, Michael and Robert on secrets from his work was that the Soviet (P)-Saeisetr
MAE ET IN G & TFR'YOUT "S Meeropol, who sued to have the record opened Uno(wsfghig(lnsiethPnteItae)ayakGv.Mitelinentosk
in hopes it would prove their parents innocent, against Germany and Japan "and i therefore > fedralyiast o.Miernd o 1sflod
MUCH OF the package was made up of FBI enitedt.tefnfraton"ra ae d ounteswhered-
- .interviews with David Greenglass, Ethel Ros-; aaged eutieswclime dpamt$
enberg's brother and the person whose testi- WE H lee spy ring began to cram- 'aetmillionWedn esdpa
"aS p.8 73O .m mony contributed more than any other's to the ble with the arrest of Dr. Klaus Fuchs by Brit- h mlioby tedeekday. dsi
flR o- ihia no couple's conviction, s authorities and alleged courier Harry Gold Officials in counties hardest
R o - ihg n U inThe documents were said by the FBI to by the FBI, Greenglass said, Julius Rosenberg heisn obt the regndfoossion
rersn nyafraction - probably much less pleaded with him to leave the country and pro- with eclredisdo ssterrea.
T 011S" Sept 8 9 10 ~than 10 per cent - of the entire Rosenberg file. vided him with $5,000 to flee to Czechoslovakia MAWIE oeri
f ,Other chunks are to be released later. or the Soviet Union.MdeA nwhLetsmo reain
ITO S Se t 8,9 10The agency was ordered by the Justice D- Geegassaid he and his wife hd decided addnwthet oalreadyfloepatetoAuut1todsrgasmcinaantlavgbtddnttllRebrge-knaes.lngheMu-
flood e aererepalonte conj-
formation on the Rosenberg case as possible cause they feared members of the Greenglass tined to guard vacant homes
instead of waiting to have its hand forced by family might be harmed. and businesses against looers.
lawsuits under the Freedom of Information Act. In a separate statement to the FBI that was Health officials urged hme-
IN THE material released, Greenglass was among the papers released today, Ms. Green-jowesntodrkaerfm
ttthe Rosenbergs had recruited him as a spy because "this is our country, we want to stay . taminated,' especially in where
forth Soviet Union during the latter stages of hr and lv here and raise our children flodwaer have not yet re-
th L . F oWa r c eorded a eln B aet eetdythtw dseand.erIusbndhleced.o"say uli scels ta.m y hve be
_____ ____________Inspectors from the State Po-
ITH NIVRSIY ad CHRCHK~olclWar. ~ ~Pe~e.lice Emergency Services Divi-
~/~sin surveyed damage Wednes-
day in Newaygo, Oceana, Os-
of ~Rgtceola, Isabelle, Cae rnc
APRTETItrt O t t i rs W e o lase igtSaginaw~iln, Allegan, ;Kent, ecs-
U OR ROOM ta Wexford, Lake and Ottawa
!SELECTION OF: BY LISTENING TO thdipanne to compile
Dduce, MIlIk, Yogurt, Meat, Gro- Monday: 8:05 p.m. Mstislav Rostropovich and the U-M Symphony therlikndigsby epr todayMith-
roe od H ueae ncsTuesday: 12:00 p.m. The Noon Show (daily) with a U-M Feature Story mendation. If declared an em-
ze Fod Hosw rs SncsWednesday: 8:05 p.m. Opera Night-Smetana 's "The Bartered Bride"g
p WineadH at :5pm lasclmscb eusown ers, farmers, businesses
De r, andHelthan Thursday:8:5pm Clsiamucbyrqet call 764-9210 and local governments could
quliy fo federl aid.
Idds. Check out our 'Weekly Beer Friday: 10:00 a.m. Isaac Asimov on "The Science FictionDikBaCvldeneD-
Writer As Prophet" rector for Newaygo county,
ISe al.Saturday: 2:15 p.m. U-M Football-live from Madison, Wisconsin said damage in his county alone
I Sunday: 2:00 p.m. The Cleveland OrchestraiEtef More than $1 million of that, he
Ethel said, is crop damage..
I"There is no doubt they'll de-,
dare it a disaster or emergn-
CO IGcv or something," lc ad
Foret COMINGt Ic,[Theyre out looking at it now.
or s Fo d M r in .wu9 1 7to the Union it's just a real ms,
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