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Thursday, May 20, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Thursday, May 20, 1971 THE M1CHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

RENOVATIO
Judges hit V
(Continued from Page 3)
The sheriff and commission-
ers were given 21/2 years to meet
these requirements, which
means totally reconstructing the
ail facilities or building a new
jail.
"We recognize that instant
compliance with overcrowding
laws could result in the release
of roughly half of the prisoners

Terms set
(Continued from Page 6)
Seven American airmen are
listed as missing in China, and
the Pentagon says two h a v e
been identified as being prison-
ers. The Pentagon lists 263
Americans missing in Laos but
says it has confirmed only 3 as
having been captured.
In battle action Tuesday, al-
lied forces claimed killing 132
North Vietnamese a n d Viet
Cong in small clashes ranging
from the southern end of South
Vietnam to the edges of the A
Shau Valley in the northern sec-
tor. Allied losses were listed as
10 killed and 24 wounded.
Monsoon storms closed in on
the Ho Chi Minh trail in south-
ern Laos yesterday to hamper
North Vietnamese movement of
supplies.
No new fighting was reported
in Laos and only scattered and
4 small encounters were reported
across South Vietnam.

N ORDERED
/ayne Co. jail
now confined," the judges wrote.
Sheriff Lucassaid the ruling
"would have to mean a new
jail."
"Practically, such complete
renovation of the present jail
couldn't be done. It would be
close to impossible," he said,
adding that to renovate the jail
in accord with the judges' order
"would be just as expensive as
to build a new jail."
The cost of constructing a
new jail has been estimated at
anywhere from $25 to $35 mil-
lion.
The judges issued the decision
upholding a suit brought be-
fore them Jan. 25 by several jail
inmates on behalf of the entire
jail population.
The judges, who visited the
jail twice during the suit and
heard weeks of testimony from
inmates and experts, are reserv-
ing jurisdiction in the case in
order to consider the plans they
ordered submitted to them. They
also said they reserve the right
to appoint "monitors" to s e e
that the court's orders are car-
ried out.
The county commissioners are
expected to appeal the decision.
ORGANIZATION
NOTICES
All organizations that will he meeting
tis summer, please contact she Oie
of Student Organizations, Room 335,
Michigan Union, 662-4431 ext. 335,
Scottish Country Dancing for men
and women. Always open to beginners.
Instruction provided. Every Thursday,
7:30 p.m., WAB Gym.

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
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official publication of the Univer
sity of Michigan. Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN FORM to
409 E. Jefferson, before 2 p.m. of
the day preceding publication and
by 2 p.m. Friday for Saturday and
Sunday. Items appear once only.
Student organization notices are
not accepted for publication. For
more information, phone 764-9270.
THURSDAY, MAY 20
Day Calendar
American Heritage Night: "Land of
Lakes," Mich. League Cafeteria, 5-7:15
p.m.
Scottish Country Dance: Coedin-
struction, Women's Athletic Bldg. on
Forest St., upstairs, 7:30 p.m.
General Notices
History Make-Up Exam: Will be held
Sat., May 22, 10-12 a.m. in Sm. 429
Mason Hail; please consult your In-
structor and taen sign list in History
Ofo., 3601 Haven Hall.

FRANK ZAPPA
and the MOTHERS OF INVENTION
with LIVINGSTON TAYLOR and
IIAMBU
Saturday, 29 May 1911
8:30 P.M.
Oakland University Outdoor Pavillion
$5.00 General Admission
TICKETS AT J.L. Hudson's
Head West in Rochester & Birmingham
Marshall Music in Lansisg'.
LITTLE THINGS IN ANN ARBOR
TOWN HALL PRODUCTION
a5 X-7 :A7 ;r . : . ....:k",-R**

RADICAL L ,.E.o
INDEPENDENT
PARTY
OPEN COMMUNITY MEETING
ON SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION
Discussion and debate with candidate Bob Hefner on
R I P's radical program for the schools
7:30-THURSDAY--MAY 20
Angell School-1608 S. University

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