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Tuesday, November 18, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Tuesday, November 18, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Federal judge postpones Pat
Hearst's trial until Jan. 26

SAN FRANCISCO -A federal'
judge yesterday postponed the'
start of Patricia Hearst's bank1
robbery trial until Jan. 26, andF
her attorneys said the delay,
gives them the time they needc
to prepare.l
Defense attorney Albert John-
son said U.S. District Court
Judge Oliver Carter agreed tol
change the Dec. 15 starting date
at a meeting in his chambers.-
Hearst was not present at the;
session. 1
JOHNSON told reporters after-I

ward that Carter based his de- process if she were rushed to
cision on last week's ruling by trial.
the 9th U.S. Vircuit Court of Johnson said the defense was
Appeals. The court said a judge generally pleased with the new
could exempt time spent in psy- trial date, which he said was
chiatric testing from the 90-day close to the last availagle date
limit set by a new federal law for trial, even exempting the 51
for bringing a defendant to trial days Hearst spent in psychiatric
after arrai rnment.

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U.S. Atty. James Browning
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meeting, said the government
acceded to the defense request
for a delay because it feared
Hearst might be denied duie

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"WE CAN be ready for trial
Jan. 26," Johnson said. "We felt
that a period of time very close
t to that now set would be neces-
sary to bring the defendant to
1 a point where she could aid in
her own defense."
Asked about his client's men-
tal state, he said, "Her condition
has improved to the extent
where I believe the additional
time provided by the court will
enable us to prepare an ade-
quate defense."
Carter's decision came only a
few hours after another judge
refused to delay the Dec. 15
starting date for Sara Jane
Moore's trial on charges of try-
ing torassassinate President
Ford here last Sept. 22. The
Moore case had prompted the
appeals court ruling allowing
judges to exclude psychiatric
testing from the federal Speedy
Trial Act.
U.S. District Judge Samuel
Conti stressed at a hearing that
he would tolerate no delays in
Moore's trial. But her attorney
said he still would seek a later
starting date.
Carter set Dec. 11 for a hear-
ing on pretrial motions in the
Hearst case. He gave 'he de-
fense until Nov. 24 to file sich
motions and the prosecutions
until Dec. S to respond to them.

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The First Ever and Greatest of All

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An Open Letter to the
University Community
On the night of November 10, 1938, the Nazi Party staged a pogrom against the
Jews throughout Germany. This night has come to be known in Jewish history as
KRISTALLNACHT-"Night of the Broken Glass," for the moon glistened in the streets
on the pieces of glass from the broken windows of synagogues, Jewish homes, and
places of business. This is a day of infamy in Jewish history. On the same day, thirty
seven years later, November 10, 1975, it is evident that little has changed. It is
ironic that on this day the General Assembly of the United Nations voted to designate
Zionism as a form of racism. The coincidence of dates should not be lost on us. The
commonality of purpose is the same.
The resolution of the General Assembly has ramifications beyond the current situation
In the Middle East. This resolution makes a simple statement, namely, that irrespective
of the issues of borders, interim agreements, Palestinian claims, Israeli claims, disen-
gagement, etc., etc., the Jewish people have no right to a national liberation move-
ment, to national self-determination, and what is even more odious, that the Jewish
people have no right to collectively define themselves as a nation. This resolution
reminds us only too well of that oft spoken statement, "To the Jews as individuals
everything, to the Jews as a people nothing."
This is the first time since the late Middle-Ages that the ugly and obscene spectre of
internationally approved antisemintism has dared to raise its head among the com-
munity of nations. The implication of the equation of Zionism with racism is qute
simple. Namely, that in the view of the United Nations there can be no resolution of
the problems of the Middle East until the Jewish people surrender their historic and
legitimate claim to a state in the Land of Israel. This is a terrifying expression of anti-
semitism.
The Jews are, with the exception of the Chinese, the oldest self-governing nation still
active in history. The Jews are the only people in the Middle East still practicing the
religion, speaking the language, and self-identifying as they did in that very same
land and country, Israel, thousands of years ago.
The U.N. resolution gives a hunting license to every antisemite-whether in the Soviet
Union, Latin America, Western Europe, or elsewhere. It tells him that one of the oldest
peoples in the world has no right to exist as a people-to speak its own language, de-
velop its culture, and live in its homeland. Denial of the right of Jews to exist as a
people is but one step away from denying- Jewish people the right to exist. On the
anniversary of KRISTALLNACHT that point should be clear.
The antisemitic vote of the U.N. cannot alter history. We the undersigned faculty at
the University of Michigan deplore in the strongest terms this resolution of the U.N.

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Prof. Albert J. Silverman (Psychiatry)
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Dr. Stephen P. Bloom (Pediatrics)
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Dr. Barbara A. Threatt (Radiology)
Dr. Robert A. Green (Medical School)
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Prof. Raphael Ezekiel (Psychiatry)
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Prof. Sheldon Siegel (Social Work)
Prof. Deborah Keller-Cohen (Linguistics)
Ms. Ziona Kopelovich (Near East Studies)
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Prof. Rachel Kaplan (Natural Resources)
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