The Michigan Daily-Sunday, October 4, 1981--Page 7
Daily Photo by PAUL ENGSTROM
It's in here'
Firefighters pr open the locked metal doors of a boiler room annexed to
Burns Park Elementary School around 7:30 last night. An Ann Arbor
Recreation Department ranger reported smoke coming from the area, but
the smoke was only steam from the boiler room. Maintenance workers were
notified of the damage.
end hunger strike
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LONDON (AP) - Prince Charles has
granted himself a $4,816-a-week raise to
offset the costs of married life.
The 32-year-old crown prince, who
exchanged vows July 29 with Lady
Diana Spencer, will now earn the
equivalent of $751,350 a year - all tax-
free - a 50 percent increase of $250,450.
THE ANNOUNCEMENT late Friday
came as the government curbs pay in-
creases in state-owned corporations to
four percent for some four million civil
servants. Raises so far this year are
averaging less than 10 percent, slightly
below Britain's rate of inflation.
Asked if the prince was aware of the
government's curbs, John Haslam,
assistant press secretary of Queen
Elizabeth II, said: "We are not
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popularity to Prof. Ed Rothman, who
introduced the course in the early 1970s.
"I'd attribute it almost entirely to
Professor Rothman," Woodroofe said.
"He conceived the course and totally
designed it. He also deserves credit for
being an excellent teacher."
But Rothman deflected the credit,
saying the course has become popular
through word-of-mouth advertising and
because other departments have drop-
ped their statistics courses.
Even though Woodroofe said he sees
enrollment in his department leveling
off and perhaps declining slightly,
Woodroofe said he is optimistic about
the future. "We hope to continue to of-
fer a strong enough program so that
other departments will send us their
students for their basic training," he
unaware of the other factor in the coun-
try at large."
The Sun, a conservative tabloid, said
the timing of the announcement had
embarrassed the queen.
ALTHOUGH THE announcement
made the front pages of almost all Lon-
don newspapers, there was no editorial
But opposition Labor Party legislator
and longtime royalty-baiter Willie
Hamilton immediately attacked the
prince and demanded the
nationalization of the Duchy of Cor-
nwall from which Charles gets his in-
Since 1969, when Charles inherited
the Duchy of Cornwall on his 21st birth-
day, the queen's eldest son has by right
received the income from farmland,
fisheries and other money earners in
the duchy - presently about $1 million
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die," he said.
Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher
was "delighted," her office said.
Thatcher, attending a meeting of
Commonwealth prime ministers in
Sydney, Australia, was awakened at 1
a.m. to be told the protest was over.
"THE PRIME minister is delighted
that the hunger strike has ended," her
office here said in a statement. "She
has been deeply distressed at the loss of
young lives inside sand 'outside the
The protest was begun March 1 by
Irish Republican Army guerrilla Bobby
Sands to try to force the British gover-
nment to grant what amounted to
political prisoner status to jailed
guerrillas. He was the first to die, on
May 5, and nine others followed.
Richard McAuley, chief spokesman
for Sin Fein, the IRA's political arm,
said the protesting inmates announced
their decision in a statement smuggled
from the prison's H-shaped cellblocks.
"WE THE 'protesting political
prisoners in the H-blocks and the men
on hunger strike have reluctantly
decided in the seventh month of the
hunger strike to end our fast," it said.
"We have been robbed of the hunger
strike as an effective protest weapon
principally because of the successful
campaign waged against our distressed
relatives by the Catholic hierarchy,
aided and abetted by the Irish
establishment, which took no effective
action against the British government
and did everything to encourage
feelings of hopelessness among our kith
"The success of this campaign meant
that the British government could
remain intransigent," the statement
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