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Argus (Newspaper) - December 21, 1970, Fremont, California The Argus Page 4 Fremont Newark California monday december judge 9s ruling could Hurt radicals disrupting trial Paul Anderson Tacoma Wash. The Seattle conspiracy trial is Over for the moment but the Legal implications of its Sud Den end May strongly affect future trials where disruptive courtroom tactics Are employed. . District judge George Boldt s declaration of a mis trial and his ruling that the defendants must serve their contempt sentences before a new trial can be held May chill the Hopes of radicals who plan to use the courts As a political platform. But the Boldt which the judge said came As an answer to his daily Pray must first be upheld in the Appeal courts. In essence the Boldt doctrine involves calling a mistrial when the actions of the defendants have in the opinion of the judge prejudiced their own Case with the jury. Then the judge would sen tence the defendants for contempt of court and uphold the beginning of a new trial until the contempt terms had been served. If disruptions continue to occur in subsequent trials the procedure could be repeated apparently endlessly. Not Only could the use of such a plan have a direct effect on limiting courtroom outbursts but it would deny Radical defendants news exposure and fund raising appearances Between trials. In Short Boldt s plan has considerably upped the Ante for those defendants who con Sider their strongest defense to be a direct attack on the court the court room itself. However attorneys for the seven defendants charged with conspiring to damage Federal property at a feb. 1 demonstration at the . Courthouse in Seattle have already started vigorous a peal. Attorney Michael Tigar said he knew of no Case where a mistrial had been called on such grounds. Tigar a Law professor at Urcla said it was possible there never will be another trial for the Seattle seven. His Appeal will attempt to show the mistrial order was not justified and a second trial would be double jeopardy. Boldt called the mistrial dec. 10 after the six male defendants held up the Start of the court session for nearly 30 minutes to protest part of the overflow crowd of spectators being forced to wait outside in the rain. Yanks Rescue Viet Cong slaves Saigon up Ameri can soldiers recently rescued 10 vietnamese most of them children who said they had been held As slave labourers by Viet Cong for almost a year army spokesmen said sunday. Spec. 4 James Baker Pasa Dena md., one of the soldiers involved said they were in such bad shape they could t walk. They had Jungle rot All Over their bodies and were shrivelled up from malnutrition. The pilots of a troop carry ing helicopter spotted the seven children two women and one Man on the Banks of a River about 55 Miles Northeast of Saigon. The helicopter dropped onto the Riverbank and the soldiers carried the emaciated vietnamese to safety. Last monday when the judge announced the con tempt sentences of six months each for the male defendants Susan Stern the Only female defendant insisted on addressing the court even though illness had prevented her from being in court when the disruption occurred. The judge warned her that if she spoke during the con tempt hearing she too would be found in contempt. She spoke anyway and a near riot broke out in thei courtroom when Deputy marshals attempted to physically Curt Short Here emotional 2 speech. The Brawl resulted in additional contempt sentences for All male defendants except Michael Lerner who was held in his seat by a defense attorney during the 15 minute Melee. Mrs. Stern also was cited for contempt. In All defendants Marshall Jeffrey Dowd Michael Abeles Joseph Kelly and Roger Lippman were sentenced to a total of one year in jail on two separate contempt charges each. Lerner Anc mrs. Stern were sentenced to six month jail terms on one charge of contempt each. Bonus buys eff Tive till Sun. Dec 27 Dubcek backers punished Prague who kept his Job has lost his Hon or he who kept his Honor has lost his behind this grim Little epigram lies the reality of hardship for hundreds of thousands of czech slovaks caught in the purges which have sliced through this nation in the past year. Men who once stood at the top of their profession have been dropped into manual la Bor or enforced unemployment All because they approved the 1968 reforms of Al e x a n d e r Dubcek or condemned the soviet led in Vasion that ended those re forms. Victims among the victims Are some famous names. Emil Zatopek a four time olympic Champion Tours the Countryside with a surveying team. Jiri Hochman a leading journalist does manual labor in a provincial factory. Frantisek Kriegl a prominent surgeon and former member of the communist party s ruling politburo is an old age pensioner even though he is Only 62 and in Fine health. Dubcek himself the for Mer Leader of the no Job at All. He lives in Idle Ness in his summer House near Bratislava. Honor to have been victimized like this is a Mark of Honor with Many czechoslovak. But it makes life no easier for the victims. The purge of the communist party has ended now. More than of the 1.4 million party members lost their cards. Membership of Many others was suspended. Some suspended Mem Bers have kept their jobs. Ousted members have been Lucky to find manual labor. A second stage of the purge is beginning now. It is aimed at no party members who must undergo a close screen ing of their politics. Questions typical questions in this screening include do you assess the 1968 military intervention of the Warsaw pact countries have you done since 1967? give details. You go abroad in re cent years. If so Why and where you have Contact with foreigners Are your friends this purge of non Par to members has hit especially hard in education and the mass Media. Seventy professors at Prague s Charles University have been fired be cause of reformist lean Many factories refuse to accept purged White Collar workers for fear of their bad influence on workers. Therefore Many leading Pra Guers who do not want to go to the provinces Lake a Job on the Prague subway construction Sites. A joke Here says the subway is being built entirely by intellectuals. New problems loom. A Law is expected Early in 1971 which will give factories right to keep workers from changing their jobs. That will mean that purged reformers now working As factory hands would be unable to return to their former jobs when times improve. Boston facility Hospital gives in Between service Boston Massachusetts rehabilitation hos Pital the newest hos Pital in this City of top notch medical centers probably is one of the area s most unique facilities. In Short Mph is designed As an in Between Hospital bridging the Gap Between acute Hospital care and at Home treatment. The Hospital is designed for Thi patient on the Road to recovery who is not yet enough to go Home. We re geared toward one objective getting the patient Back on his said Sher win z. Goodblatt medical director of Mph. When the hos Pital opened this fall it was the first built in Boston in 17 years. First Mph is designed As the first solely rehabilitative hos he said emphasizing the facility s Middle name. We re within a three mile radius of 15 other Hospi tals and there Are 31 in metropolitan Boston. We Deal Only with daily room rates at Mph Are about 40 per cent below most othe r general hospitals. Mph charges in the Vicinity of per Day. We Don t need costly surgical or obstetrical equip Goodblatt explained so that s one major expense we Don t have to Cope clinic the clinic and treatment facilities including a Ray therapy and pharmacy units Mph ground leve1 with administrative offices on the first floor. Nine floors of patients rooms Rise Over these facilities and offices. The a shaped Hospital has 318 Beds and expansion capabilities for goo. The facility was constructed in a Way to provide for expansion of two More wings on ils 2 site finishing off an a in design patient floors Are wider than most for easy transportation and Are Shorter so nurses can provide close supervision. Closed circuit Tele vision scans each room. Solarium floor also is equipped with a solarium room at each end and each floor also has a dining room and Kitchen unit. With the dining Goodblatt said patients Don t have to eat in their rooms. This is important to their All rooms Are private or Semi private and there Are four color schemes. The High Cost of Medica care was getting to the Point where something had to he Goodblatt said. We feel that we Are making in roads into this problem. Mph is one instance where some thing is being done not merely talked ii finance Pun office Center in the Loans up to More on real estate furniture or salary Stop in or phone today Brookvale shopping 35650 Fremont blvd. Phone 797-6444 John l. Griffiths manager other budget finance plan Bay area offices Santa Clara Hayward san Leandro East Oakland Mountain View san Bruno Daly City so Francisco 40900 Grimmer blvd. To our Many Good friends our greetings and grateful thanks for your loyalty and Confidence Young tender 17 to 22 ibs. 100% fresh Norbest Grade a with pop up timers hens 5 9 to 13 ibs. 16to22lbs. 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