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Page Ten

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, June 8, 1974

~oge Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, June 8, 1974

Hearst vows to fight on'

Gesell alleges contempt

(Conutinued from Page 1
SLA slogan, "Death to the fas-
cist insect that preys upon the
life of the people."
"The name Cujo means 'un-
conquerable'," she said. "It is
the perfect name for him. Cujo
conquered life as well as death
by facing them and fighting.
"Neither Cujo nor I ever loved
an individual the way we loved
each other, probably because
our relationship wasn't based
on bourgeois values, atti-
tudes and goats.
"I WAS RIPPED off by the
pigs when they murdered Cujo
-ripped off the same way that
thousands of sisters and broth-
ers in this fascist country have
been ripped off of people they
tote.".
She talked fondly of her SLA
comrades. Of DleFreeze she
said, 'Cinque loved the people
with tenderness and respect-
They listened to him when he
talked because they knew that
his love reflected the troth and
the future.
"Cinqte knew that to live was
to shoot straight. Iie longed to
be with his black sisters and
brothers, but at the same tuIne
he wanted to prove to black
people that white freedom fight-

ers are comrades in arms.'
OF CINQUE, she also said:
"He taught me virtually every-
thing imaginable but wasn't
liberal with us. He'd kick our
asses if we didn't hop over a
fence fast enough or keep our
asses down while practicing.
"Most importantly, he taught
me how to show my love for
the people. He helped me see
that it's not how long you live
that's important, it's how you
live, what we decide to do with
our lives."
Of the "combat unit" she and
the other two voices on the
tape identified as William and
Emily Harris, said they had
formed and named after the
slain black nationalist leader,
Hearst said, "The Malcolm X
combat Unit of the SLA was a
leadership training cell under
the personal command of Gen-
eral Field Harshal Cinque.
'All of us were prepared tN
function on our own if necessary
until we connected with other
combat units.
'The idea that we are leader-
tess is absurd as long as any
SlA elements are alive."

(Continued from Page 1)
jury materials but the docu-
ments themselves had already
been forwarded to the Supreme
Court as part of the evidence it
is reviewing in a dispute be-
tween Nixon and the special
prosecutor over whether to re-
lease scores of White House
tapes.
Reports published Thursday
said Nixon was named by-the
grand jury as having a role in
Air conditioner
power reduced
(Continued from Page 3
Commenting on the Univer-
sity's air conditioning economy
measures, one student said,
"It's all right with me, as long
as Fleming, Overoerger, Pier-
pont, and the rest of those guys
aren't living at 68 degrees."
"If more of the schoo's build-
ings had been built without seal-
ed windows," remarked another
student, "the cotbinatiot of
Ann Arbor's prevailng winds
nid some fans would keep peo-
ple cool at a fraction of the cost
of air conditioning -"

the cover-up, but not legally in-
dictable for various reasons -
including his role as the na-
tion's chief executive.
In other Watergate - related
developments yesterday:
-Chief U. S. District Judge
George Hart sentenced former
Atty. Gen. Richard Kleindienst
to a month in jail and a $100
fine, both suspended, for fail-
ing to answer questions before
a Senate committee regarding
the ITT case;
Mideast troo
(Cotioned from Page 3)
Israel has denied earlier
claims of mistreatment and
said the Arab prisoners were
handled better than required by
international law.
RETURNED SYRIAN prison-
ers claimed they were hand-
cuffed, blindfolded, beaten and
kicked during the first day of
captivity. They also said they
suffered solitary confinement in
small cells for up to three weeks
during periods of intense inter-
rogation.
A Syrian pilot, who com-

)I

-A White House spokesper-
son denied reports of a special
fund to pay the legal expenses
of Ehrlichman and H. R. Halde-
man; and
-Ehrlichman's lawyers said
that subpoenas have been is-
sued for the appearance of Sec-
retary of State Henry Kissinger,
White House counsel Fred BTw,-
hardt and chief of staff Alexan-
der Haig, at his trial, and that
Gesell denied another subpoena
for President Nixon;
ps start split
plained of a spinal injury so
painful he could hardly walk,
said he was in a hospital for
only eight days during which
time a doctor saw him only
once. "That was all the medical
treatment and examination I
had in the nine mouths of my
captivity until 20 days ago
when a doctor saw me briefly,"
he added.
lussin Mahle, an army pri-.
vate, said his leg was in a cast
for nine months but the frac-
ture never mended. He said the
leg was put in plaster "without
a proper examination for fur-
ther treatment, no X-rays,
nothing."
He claimed he was slapped
and cursed in Arabic several
times a day by hospital order-
lies throughout his captivity.
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