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I"HE MICHIGAN DAILY

uesday, February 20, 19-13

Page Two [HE MICHIGAN DAILY I uesday, February 20, 1913

Kerner found guilty

on

bribery, per jury
By AP and Reuters evasion.
CHICAGO - Federal Judge and former Illi- Judge Rob
nois governor Otto Kerner was found guilty yes- no date fors
terday of accepting bribes in the form of race free on their
track stock. Kerner, wh
The jury also found guilty Theodore Isaacs, who in the nation
was state revenue director when Kerner was officially ont
governor from 1961 to 1967. much as 83
Kerner, 64, opened his mouth in stunned sur- James Th
prise when the verdict was read before Judge prosecuted t
Robert Taylor. Isaacs, 63, displayed no emo- prison for K
tion. In a trial that lasted seven weeks and "When the
heard the evidence of 71 witnesses, the govern- not conceivab
ment had charged that Kerner and Isaacs ac- Thompson to
cepted bribes in the form of race track stock Among the
which netted them each $114,721. on behalf of
The 19 count indictment against Kerner also Westmorland
included charges of perjury, conspiracy, and tax Chiefs' of Sta

counts

ert Taylor of U.S. District Court set
sentencing. Kerner and Isaacs were
own recognizance.
ho is the first court of appeals judge
n's history to stand trial while still
the bench, could be sentenced to as
years and fined up to $93,000.
ompson, U.S. district attorney who
he trial, told newsmen he favored
Berner, 64, and Isaacs, 62.
time for sentencing comes ... it's
ble that I would agree to probation,"
ld newsmen.
e character witnesses who testified
Kerner was retired Gen. William
, former commander of the Joint
ff.

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TUES.
Westerns from
the 1930's:
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NON-UNION BUILDING SITES:
Weekend labor riot deplored

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"Last House on the Left"

EAST LANSING (UPI) - State
Police Director John Plants said
yesterday that he will not tolerate
the "dinosaur tactics" of the van-
dals who went on the rampage last
weekend at construction sites in
northern Michigan which employ
non-union workers.
In Kalkaska hundreds of, AFL-
CIO members, many of whom had
bussed in for the occasion, picket-
ed a proposed Shell Oil Co. plant
and overturned three cars.
Later six men were arrested
when almost 150 men ripped down
tool sheds and burned bulldozers

at a school site in Roscommon.
Plant said police responding to
the incidents would have been
within their legal rights to have
opened fire on the vandals, b u t
added, "I don't think it would
have been morally right."
State police put a 24-hour-a-day
guard on a gas pipe complex near
the Shell installation to prevent
sabotage.
State officials said the demon-
strations are apparently connect-
ed with a string of similar inci-
dents in Michigan and across the
country involving the AFL-CIO
building trades unions and the As-

sociated Builders and Contractors,
a contractors group that employs
non-union labor.
In a statement released Sunday,
Governor William Milliken called
the incidents an "escalation" in
the "wave of violence at Michigan
construction sites."
"Such outrages are deplorable
and cannot be tolerated," he said.
In Detroit yesterday a spokes-
person for the Building Trades
Council of the AFL-CIO said "we
have never condoned the use of
violence" and pledged to try toI
correct the situation "if indeed
our people were responsible."

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Arrests follow student
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DUSTIN HOFFMAN

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ATHENS, Greece (Reuters)-An!
Athens civil court yesterday sen-
tenced eight students to prison
terms ranging from eight to 11
months on. charges of insulting the
authorities.
The defendants were arrested in
Athens last Wednesday after
clashes with police during a dem-
onstration on the campus of the
Polytechnic School, Greece's main
technical university.

About 1,000 students had as-
sembled while the senate of the:
school met to consider the tense;
situation which followed approval
of legislation threatening students
with immediate army callup if
they boycotted classes.
Since last Thursday, the govern-
ment has called up 88 polytechnic
and university students for military
service and threatened to take fur-
ther action to check unrest. S

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