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Star Tribune from Minneapolis, Minnesota • Page 14

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Star Tribunei
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Minneapolis, Minnesota
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14
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14 MINNEAPOLIS TRIBUNE Srpt. 21, lflfifi Judge Reprimands Woman for Silence I I U3 1 CJL3J U3 (Dm? (50103 MS Mill QHII THE MANHATTAN SWINGING SIX NO COYER CHARGE rfl jW. HID (SI iwoiwmnwr. mm MON.r SEPT. 26 PAT MORiTA Th.

"HIP NIP" IOTH ACTS IN CONCEIT TriONf GUTHII THEATftf SUNDAY. SEPT. IS A woman's refusal to answer a question concerning the state of her health won her a stern rebuke Tuesday in Federal District Court. The query, "Are you in fair was only one of the questions Mrs. Shirley Melnick, 1250 Brownie Road, refused to answer when she appeared in front of a federal grand jury Aug.

23. Mrs. Melnick also invoked the privilege against self-incrimination when asked how she was employed and whether she received "telephone calls." AND WHEN asked if she felt her answers to these and other questions might incriminate her, she replied in the same vein. U.S. Dist.

At ty. Patrick J. Foley yesterday asked the court to require Mrs. Melnick, a telephone operator, to show cause why she should answer questions put to her during her jury appearance. Foley described the questions as "patently inoffensive" and said his office had no intentions of seeking a criminal indictment against Mrs.

Melnick. FOLEY SAID Mrs. Melnick had been subpoenaed in connection with a grand jury gambling probe. Mrs. Melnick's attorney, Lee Johnson, contended that his client was justified in refusing to answer questions put to her, because, he said, her responses could form a chain of incriminating evidence.

He also said that U.S. Supreme Court's Miranda decision might be construed as guaranteeing counsel to a person subpoenaed to appear before a grand jury. However, District Judge Gunnar Nordbye warned against making a "mockery" or a "sideshow" out of a grand jury hearing. He termed many of Mrs. Melnick's objections "friv lous" and hinted that she might have to face sanctions imposed by the court should she continue to meet all questions by the same blanket reply.

Nordbye directed Foley and Johnson to agree on a pattern of questions that Mrs. Melnick could safely answer. Police Fire on Rioters CALCUTTA, India (Reuters) Police opened fire and wounded three persons Tuesday when 500 leftist demonstrators stoned a school where the police were billeted in the town of Ban-kura, officials Reported here. Associated Press ROBBER ROUTER Mrs. Freda Platteau, 210-pound postmistress in London, England, saw four robbers walk in, one carrying a shotgun, Monday night.

Mrs. Platteau reached for her club and swung. The robbers turned and ran. "He didn't know what hit him," she said Tuesday as she demonstrated her swing. NEWS AROUND THE WORLD DWEB trine ou rAtutous rtUj ill? TERrTAKJ AFTMTHIOAMl The COMPLETE 95 ORIGINAL OIL PAINTINGS Imagine Fine iriginals by talcntti young artists from all parts of the world.

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to 8 P.M. Pierre's AROUND NATION BEAUTY Gov. Edmund Brown was praised lavishly in San Francsico, 20 defense motions have been filed and in view of this the trials could not convene next week. DISPUTE Hans Tofte, disputing the termination of his contract by the per- taxes, faster income and corporate tax collections and a new sales tax to fight inflation and encourage savings. She also said that the economy's growth was not unsatisfactory despite tensions in the money, capital and labor a 1 i by Mrs.

Lyndon Johnson for what a 1 i fornia "has done in the field of beautifi-cation." She rated the used to be in the Capp Towers. Now it's in. CENTRAL Still the greatest for cocktails, dancing, fun. Nothing's changed except our name. Not even the address, son nel director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), declared that only Richard Helms, CIA director has the authority to fire ir Art Perri Carolyn Dahl IN 'SONGS OF MY HEART' Tommy Bauer ond the Aristocrats for your dancing enjoyment i Brown ner in the state a "front run-national beauty The White Tofte movement House maintained the trip hudson Nicollet at 13th.

We'll heap your plate with what are very probably the most voluptuous Sweet Potatoes, Corn on the Cob, Tomatoes and green, Green beans ever seen. All fresh from state champion vegetable grower George Sparks' Farm. If this isn't enough (all you ran eat), you also gel your choice of Roast Loin of Pork or Prime Ribs of Beef. For openers and fillers there are crocks of cheddar cheese spread and sweet butter, crackers and Irish soda bread. For closers there's Pumpkin or Apple Pie.

Mr. Sparks believes in eating. If you do, too, drop in at the Cheshire Cheese an evening or two during September. If you're hungry, this is the place. Complete Harvest Feast Beef: $475 Pork: $4.23 For Reservations call: 336-5711 SHERATON-RITZ Just across the Hudson Bridge on U.S.

12(1-94) 11th Si. Exit Phone 224-1325 ha use was nonpolitical but she quickly singled out Brown, who is engaged in a tough campaign against Ronald Reagan. TRIAL CHANGED The trials of 17 white men in Jackson, accused of The Savings and Loan League of Minnesota YLS1. him. The CIA said in Washington, D.C., that Tofte is a contract employe and can be dropped with only 30 days notice.

FOREIGN DUTCH INFLATION Queen Juliana, in her annual speech from The HAROLD W.GAKNW000, JR. fitsSent Simfs mi Lot' Itifui ll Mimtstlt NO DANCE TONIGHT (Prior Rental of Hall) NEXT WEDNESDAY SEPT. 28TH! HOLLIES! ULfi IhttUUNT OF DANCING TONIGHT THE TC. ATLANTIC! STARLINERS Netherlands throne, said in The Hague that her a I SIB and HARRY JAY welcomes you to the MINNESOTA and WISCONSIN Savings and Loan League Joint Convention in Minneapolis September 21-23, 1966 IN THE con spiracy i connection with the 1964 1 a ing of three i i 1 rights workers at Phila-d 1 i was postponed. U.S.

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xW- 1 MOVIE AS ANY AUDIENCE COULD ASK FOR!" "SO FANTASTIC AND EXPLOSIVE that it virtually pops right out of the screen! The best of the clowning is Peter Sellers!" Ntw York Timts WALL-TO-WALL SCREENS n'd and ak'pad Wy pdd tut I nn fn i i i i 11 i fteroviow i i mM i HtBHtaMkfF i m. XT pt'(t iir htm ny iat PPTPO QPI I POQ as Dr. Pratt MICHAEL CAiiUE ti i canunncry i ZS I in Hit Wildest Rot. 1 IV ff ARloGungeRY Joanne Woodward fl I Tnm IN MINNESOTA'S FINEST SHOPPING CENTER EASY TO REACH FROM ANYWHERE A hnt Ur aairtni vitw lhrttivc wrkt tKir nihbri. Painting! chntrf (ravcnlty nd ih hwinf tMirt oF.wolherlovttyChicki ff if A ll THE WRONG BOX WIST 44TH ST.

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