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Saturday, August S, 1972



.a>~l''7FiveFjaile over

gu sale
Five New Yorkers have been
jailed because they won't talk
about alleged gun running for
the outlawed Irish Republican
The five are held for refus-
ing to testify before a federal
grand jury investigating re-
ported arms purchases in Dal-
las and Fort Worth. They will
be held until the grand jury
disbands Nov. 2 or they decide
to purge their contempt by
agreeing to testify.
This week, a three - judge
panel'of the 5th U. S. Circuit
Court of Appeals upheld the
contempt sentences h a n d e d
down by U. S. District Court
Judge Leo Brewster.
AP Photo Kenneth Tierney was jailed
June 20 when he declined to
talk even when promised im-
rs, arrives munity from prosecution. He
adrgt went on a hunger strike for
and right about a week, but jail officials
say he is eating well now and
in good physical condition.
Tierney is Irish.
Nine days later, Tierney was
joined by the four others-
Thomas Laffey, Daniel Craw-
ford, Mathias Reilly and Pas-
-'chal Morahan. Reilly and Craw-
ford are British subjects. Laf-
al training fey was born in Ireland but is a
ng on the naturalized U. S. citizen.
nrolled, he Sen. Edward Kennedy, (D-
Mass.), called on U. S. Atty.
e prelimin- Gen. Richard Kleindienst to get
contingency the men released. He dubbed the
emphasized. arms probe "a thinly veiled at-
is saying tempt to harass and intimidate
omen, what peaceful and legitimate activi-
how many ties by Irish-American individ-
uals . . . in support of equal jus-
tice for the Catholic minority in

Chinese diplomats arrwe
Hsiung Hsiang-Hui (left), the first ambassador from mainland China to Mexico in 25 yea
in Mexico City. At center is Jaimo Pofia Vers, an official of the Mexican foreign ministry,
is a member of the Chinese delegation.
Air Force school to go co

to IRA
that IRA symspathiz .rs had tried
to arrange gun purchases in the
Dallas-Fort Worth area. The
joint grand jury for the two
cities happened to be sitting in
Forth Worth at the time.
Brewster has built a reputa-
tion as a stern, non-nonsense
jurist and he took a predictably
firm line with both the wit-
nesses and their lawyers.
that $10 to $15 million was
spent on Welfare in Washtenaw
Co. last year?
Kathleen Fojtik
paid political advertisement
Beginning at 115pm
Boa Office clsses midnight
All seats $2.00-free coffee
tickets now on sale
FREE PASSES to all who
have the courage to stay
all night.
5 Edgar Allan Poe
classics featuring
1. Vincent Price in
2. Vincent Price, Peter Lotre,
Basil-Rathbone, Debra Paget
3. toy Milland in
4. Vincent Price, Peter Lorre,
Boris Karloff in
5. Vincent Price in

Colo. (A) - Authorities at the
nation's youngest service acad-
emy here are quietly making
plans to accommodate coeds by
Col. James Lannon, academy
chief of staff, said, however,
the coed ideas are "contingency
plans," in the event 38 of the
50 states ratify the 26th amend-
ment to the U.S. Constitution.
That is the amendment giving
' equal rights to women.
Lannon said it isn't known
how many young women would
be in the first class, but he said
there is "talk about tking in
two girls in each of the 40
squadrons - and perhaps a
few more to allow for attrition."
He said if the decision is made
to take in two women per
squadron - it is possible the
" academy would have 320 coeds
enrolled, or eight per squadron,
by the time the first coeds are
graduated in 1979.
He said there is no plan
Jean Arthur:
Fine comedy
(Continued froi Page 2)
fessors from UCLA and at the
University of Bennington).
Well, enough singing the prals-
es of Jean Arthur. As for His-
tory is Made at Night, I haven't
seen it. Directed by Frank Bor-
zage in 1937, the film is supposed
to be a weirdly entertaining com-
bination of screwball comedy,
romance, farce, melodrama, and
tragedy. American heiress rJean
Arthur, visiting Paris 'ails for
smooth French headwaiter
tCharles Boyer). One of Jean
Arthur's more obscure films and
probably one of her less import-
ant ones. But undoubtedly worth

to request construction funds for
a dormitory and other facilities
for the coeds, but there will be
"some modifications" required
in the two cadet dormitories.
Lannon said the staff also is
considering the type of uniform
coed cadets would wear and ap-
propriate physical training pro-
grams for the women. This
would reauiring the hiring of

four female physic
instructors, dependii
number of women e
"We're only in th
ary stages of thec
plan," Lannon
"What we're doing
that if we take in we
will be required and
we take in."

Fonda to be subpoenaed
folowngVietnam trip-
WASHINGTON A) - The would be totally looked into.
House Internal Security Com- Thompson said he received
mittee has been asked to sub- letters relating to Fonda's
poena actress Jane Fonda for broadcast from American service
questioning on her recent trip personnel in Southeast Asia, in-
to Hanoi.cluding tape recordings made by
Committee m e m b e r Rep.
Fletcher Thompson, (R-Ga.), U.S. servicemen. Also, he said,
who made the subpoena request, he has been told of at least two
said yesterday action is expect- attempts to sabotage U. S. air-
ed next Thursday. craft carriers shortly after her
He said the subpoenaing of
Fonda would be in connection broadcasts.
with the committee's investi-
gation of "attempts to subvert
American armed forces."
Earlier he asked the Justice
Department to investigate Fon-
da's antiwar activities and he
said he now understands that
such a probe is in progress.
"However, it is apparent that
the Internal Security Commit-.
tee's current investigation of at-
tempts to subvert the military
would not be complete without
thoroughly investigating Fon-
da's propaganda broadcasts di-
rected to American service per-h
sonnel in Southeast Asia," said
He said he hoped the commit-
tee would hold early hearings
and that "the entire realm of
Fonda's activities while in the
enemy capital of Hanoi and in
communist N o r t h Vietnam

Northern Ireland."
Although the five are all New
Tork residents the case went to
Fort Worth because of evidence

state representative
Paid Pol ''calAdv" tism ent"

Carroll McFadden
County Commissioner
14th District
Now teaching in Ann Arbor
Served 14 years as school custodian
Degree in Special Education

are due Wed., Aug. l6th*
Please bring them to the
UAC offices, 2nd floor Union
but we'd like them by Aug. 1Oth!

"Many people receiving social service aid, such as ADC, are
anxious to obtain training and education, and they should be
encouraged to do so without having their subsistence cut off."
"The present Sheriff must be removed from office and the
Sheriff's Department restored to citizen control through your
representatives on the County Board of Commissioners."
Pd. Pol. Adv.

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