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July 16, 1974 - Image 8

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The
Michigan
Daily
OFFICE HOURS

U.S. MARSHALS crouch behind cars last nignt at u.s. District court wnere two a
victs attempted to break out through the building's air vents. The convicts surrende
fully last night after the unsuccessful escape attempt.
D.C. convicts surrender

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WASHINGTON (/P)-Two arm-
ed convicts who held seven hos-
tages in a cellblock for three
days surrendered meekly last
night, ending a 105-hour reign
of terror at the U.S. District
Courthouse.
Frank Gorham, 26, and Rob-
ert Jones, 24, were driven to
nearby Andrews Air F o r c e
Base, Md., and put aboard a
two-engine government jet for
a flight to a federal penitentiary
in Atlanta; Ga.
Justice Department spokes-
man John Russell said the men,
who at first bargained for a
flight to freedom in Africa,
would be placed in maximum

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security detention.
The surrender came after the
men chopped their way into an
air vent with axes in an attempt
to escape from the 'asement
cellblock.
Russell said they were ;arced
back into an enclosed area next
to the cellblock after a's ex-
change of gunfire and a burst
of tear gas.
They surrendered to Deputy
District of Columbia Pclice
Chief Maurice Cullinane, part
of a combined force of police
and US.mnarshals won took
possession of the cellblocex.
Cullinane said he persuaded
the men they would not be shot
if they came out.
"I was just talking ,o them
through the- door," 'it said.
"Just rapping with them."
Norman Carlson, director of
the Bureau of Prisons, sai.d it
was his decision to send the
prisoners to Atlanta. He said
the prisoners, who earlier at-
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tempted to bargain far their
choice of federal prisons, had
no say about it.
The 14seat Coast Guard air-
plane took off from Andrews
about 11:30 p.m. The man were
ushered aboard the plane about
SO yards from where President
Nixon normally boards his pres-
idential jet.
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Art fair to
be biggest,
br'ightest yet
(Continued from Pes3)
Many local artists look for-
ward to the fair with mixed feel-
ings. "I love going to the fair
to see what kind of stuff peo-
ple are doing," said a Univer-
sity art student. "But it makes
me feel sort of jealous that I
don't have my work together
enough to exhibit.
"Of course there's a lot of
cheap, commercial-looking stuff
that's made just for the money.
But there's really some quality
stuff also," she said.
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Including: Mountain Music, by Sherry and John, Wed. 6 and 7 p.m.; Jazz entertain-
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Extension Circus for children, 3-3:30 Sat.; Gemini, Wed. 4 p.m. Th-Fri. 6 p.m.;
Rachel, Folk singer, Wed. 5 p.m., Th. 7 p.m., Fri. 2 p.m., Sat. to be announced; David
Bernstein, sneak previews of the medieval festival; Your Heritage House Puppeteers,
3 p.m. Wed.-Fri.; Michael the Mime, Wed.-Th. 1 p.m.; Percy Danforth, Rhythm and
bones, to be announced; Ann Arbor Squares, square dancing, participatory; AND
MORE!
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