In Honolulu on the Fourth of July, five men, dressed in bright aloha sports shirts, and a drably dressed woman, Mrs. Eileen Fujimoto, climbed into a paddy wagon as gaily as if it were a station wagon on the way to a picnic. Communist leaders in the islands, they were on their way to prison. A colleague, Jack W. Hall, Harry Bridges' labor lieutenant in Hawaii, was out on $15,000 bail. Last month a jury found the seven guilty of a Communist plot to advocate overthrow of the government (TIME, June 29). Last week Judge Jon Wiig sentenced the six...

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