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Pooe Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, July 22, 1977

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!Friday, July 22
THE KING OF HEARTS
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REEFER MADNESS
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Originaly titled "Tell Your Children," this anti-marijuana propa-
ganda flme -een today is a hilarious camp comedy. The weed is
descerhed at "the new drug menace which is destroying the Youth
of America!" With THE MYSTERY OF THE LEAPING FISH (John
Emetron. 1916), the classic "Cocaine Comedy' with Douglas Fair-
banks, Sr., as detective Coke Ennyd-y-a parody of Sherlock Holmes.
Scenario by Tod Browning, supervitsed by D.W. Griffith.

Spanis
convicts
MADRID, Spain (t') - Riot
poice blasted about 500 rebel
clnvicts with a five-hour bar-
r-ge of smoke grenades and
rttbber bullets yesterday, then
bttrst into cellblocks at Ma-
d'd's Carabanchel prison and
crlished the prisoners' four-
dry rooftop mutiny.
The news agency Europa
Press reported several inmates
ere injured in the final police
assault. Police gave no figures.
THE REVOLT demanding
amnesty and better conditions,
spread to 15 other prisons
aramnd Spain and threatened
to take the. luster off King
Juan Carlos' address today to
the country's first freely elect-
ed parliament since the Span-
ign civil war.
The Carabanchel inmates
took to the prison roofs on Mon-
day, saying, they would not
give up until Premier Adolfo
Starez or a top aide came to
hear their demands. The pri-

Ipolice blast rebel
with rubber bullets

soners, servijpg long terms for
non-political crimes, were not
included in an amnesty granted
to 6,000 common inmates last
sumimer.
No government officials came
to Carabanchel, and with food
and water running out in 90-de-
gree heat, the prisoners asked
police for safe passage off the
roofs yesterday after the offic-
ers moved in and took three of
seven cellblocks held by the
rebels.
POLICE, who said they en-
coantered resistance in a sin-
gle block, began transferring
prisoners from the shambles of
tl.e red brick prison after
searching them one by one.
Ladder fire trucks moved
into the prison compound were
not used after convicts stoned
police trying to put a ladder
,against a wall.
An estimated 300 police, hold-
irg positions on the roof of a,
nearby prison building and in-

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side the compound, opened their
b, mbardment at midday after
regotiations between the pri-
soners' lawyer and authorities
broke down, and the inmates
ignored a surrender ultimatum.
' R I S O N E R S shouted
"Police assassins," hurled back
bricks and stones and threw
some of the smoke grenades off
the roofs, which were obscured
by the dark pall from the gre-
nades.
Traffic was diverted from the
prison on the Spanish capital's
cutskirts, and mounted police
chased away reporters, photog-
raphers and prisoners' rela-
tives at gunpoint.
Some reporters said police
fired live rounds. Police denied
i .
E -A R L I E R, police had
reported several injuries, in-
cluding a convict who under-
went surgery after a smoke
grenade exploded in his face.
The Justice Ministry report-
ev5 that the wave of sympathy
ttrikes and rooftop*demonstra-
tions in other prisons appeared
to be fading yesterday. Offic-
isis reported a maximum of 2,-
SYr inmates had been involved.
New revolts were reported at
Bilbao, Granada, Murcia and
Palma de Majorca yesterday
butt prisoners returned to their
cells at half a dozen other pri-
sons, officials said.
AT CARABANCHEL, a pri-
soier's note wrapped in a rock
and thrown to an Associated
Press photographer two hours
cfrer police firing began said
prisoner morale was high.
"In this moment, in spite of
hunger, thirst, sun and our
weak condition, morale is high
aid we have just taken the last
cellblock left," the note said.
"What is life worth if we are
oppressed and exploited. Isn't
it better to die like men than
lie like rats?"
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