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Page Twelve

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, October 18, 1968

S WELFARE SIT-IN:
Students win4

equal vote
nnoaird

Court finds protester guilty

By RICK PERLOFF

V11 > V1iaIn the middle of being cross ex-
(Continued from Page 1)tamined at yesterday's welfare
h chrecentlmed membership1trial, defepdant Charles Thomas
which recently made membrshipasked prosecutor Thomas F. Shea
voluntary, is no longer a govern- a question;
ment for the residence halls.'="Was Eric Chester in the build-
In other action, SRC continued ing, man? I didn't see him." This
consideration of the report of the flustered Shea, a bit, but that was
University-Police Relations Sub- the story of the entire trial. Thom-
committe which proposed the cre- as defended himself in a rather
ation of a campus precinct of the out-of-the-ordinary manner.
Ann Arbor police. There was no jury and visiting

insisted that in waiting for Har- trial was already prejudiced be-
rison he was suddenly informed he cause of the press.
was under arrest. After presenting a file of stories
Shea pointed out that the wit- about the welfare trials from The!
nesses had testified Thomas was Daily and the Ann Arbor News,
in the building after 5:30 and the Thomas demanded a change of:
issue at hand was refusal to leave venue. It w a s denied by Judge
the building after closing t i me Rogers.
when having been requested to

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- Although there was no clear con-'
sensus on the recommendations
of the subcommittee, SRC mem-
bers agreed that some of the basic
philosophy statements made in
the report added nothing to the
conclusions and could be deleted.
Knauss said the report would,
probably be forwarded to the Sen-I
ate Advisory Committee on.Uni-
versity Affairs - when SRC action

judge Chandler Rogers found'
Thohas guilty of trespassing in
the County Building during the
Sept. 5 welfare mother's sit-in.
Shea used the same method in
prosecuting Thomas as he h a d
with earlier defendents. William
Delhey, county prosecuting attor-
ney a nd Lt. Wayne Muihanney,
both testified they saw Thomas
after the 5:30 closing time in a
nntwatctioo tehil n

leave.
. Thomas countered by saying he
was near the door of the Super-
visors' office and couldn't hear the
order to leave because of the noise
made by nearby children.
Thomas also claimed that the
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Wa cmlee.inortneast wing o me Dunang.
There were several objections to They recognized him from the
the report's recommendations. photographs Shea presented as
evidence. Delhey said he saw
Prof. Arthur Mendel of the his- Thomas again a little after 6:00
tory department said he seriously: from an office window walking
question'ed whether the campus with policemen to the vans.
precinct proposal was not a case of Other witnesses included Lue -
overcompensation. He said in- la Smith, Washtenaw County
creased protection might be pro- clerk, William Day, county ,build-
vided by bolstering present secur- ing superintendent, Marlene Ja-
ity operations. cobson, a clerk in the county of-
There was some agreement.i fice of records and Robert M. Har-
among committee members that a rison, chairman of the Board of
student - faculty policy - making Supervisors.
body should be constituted to Thomas claimed he was in the
handle extraordinary situations building after. closing time be-
such as politically-oriented dem- cause he had previously arranged
onstrations. a meeting with Harrison to discuss
some of the problems encountered
at the mothers-Board meeting
DAILY CLASSIFIEDS which ended around 5:20 p.m.
BRING QUICK RESULTS Harrison testified he couldn't!
: remember any meeting. Thomas.
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