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'Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, February 20, 1976

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, February 20, 1976

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PIRGIM calls for Hearst remains silent
safernuclearplantson alleged 2nd robbery

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PIRGIM has lunched a state-
wide campaign to put a nuclear
safety proposal on the ballot in
November, officials announced
yesterday.
Richard Conlin, PIRGIM pro-
jects director, explained, "We
are proposing logical, business-
like standards (that) every repu-
table business should meet."
FEDERAL agencies want to
build 50 to 100 nuclear power

plants in luugaii . m u
sists, however; that "before we SAN FRANCISCO (I)-Patricia
permit that vast expansion, we Hearst invoked the 5th Amend-
think some of the unanswered ment 19 times yesterday as her
safety questions should be ad- lawyer sought to bar questioning
dressed." that he said could lead to her
The petition, requiring 212,000 indictment for other crimes.
signatures by June 9, calls for Calmly obeying instructions
nuclear plants .to: from F. Lee Bailey to remain
containand dispose of naz- silent on the subject of her
ardous radioactive wastes ef- travels during the 12 months be-
ardous . df fore her capture, Hearst re-
ficiently; . peated again and again, "I re-
-test emergency core cooling fuse to answer on the grounds
systems which prevent an ex- that I might incriminate my-
plosion in case a reactor loses self."
cooling water;
-carry full liability incur- EARLIER, under cross-exam-
ance. ination by U.S. Atty. James
Browning with -the jury in her
If passed, a nuclear reactor bank robbery trial present,I
would have to receive a "certifi- Hearst said she was not sure
cate of reliability" from the she was in fact brainwasned by
Michigan Public Service Coin- the Svmbionese Liberation Army
mission, which would then Save (SLA)-"I'm not sure what hap-
to be approved by the State tened to me," she said.
legislature. Michigan's three re-, She also said she had felt
actors already in operation and abandoned by her parerrs-a
those now under constru'tion comment that brought tears to
would not be affected.A

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argued, sometimes bittrly, be- Q. But didn't you say you
fore U.S. District Court Judge developed a high regard for
Oliver Carter. At issue was the him?
government's efforts to tell the A. No . I said I had a
panel about dates and places strong feeling for him.
that might link the young de- Q. What type of strong feel-
fendant to a Sacrament-area ing?
bank robbery and apparent A. I couldn't stand him.
mlans for others.
After Hearst five times re- THE JURY was ushered out
fused to answer Brown ng's of the court after Browning in-
questions, Carter upheld her dicated his intention to bring in
right to remain silent in re- the disputed evidence.
snonse. to direct queries. Urged by the judge to ask
But he agreed to rule later on any questions which might not
whether she could be reaoired be permitted with the jury pres-
to identify otentially incrim- ent, Browning began showing
inating documents t 3ken from Hearst a pile of documents that
her last fugitive hide nut. were hauled out of her last
fugitive hideout in San Francis-
HEARST became agit ted co.
when asked to renest dpt&V: of As he showed her each one
her rare by two SLA cantnrs idiVidlally-manuscripts, note-
n's Browning sought 't? establishi books and diagrams of buildings
that she had deveload an emo- -she reneatedly stated her 5th
ti-al attachment. Amendment claim against self-
R e h e a t i n g Hearst's t.-e- incri-ination .nd refused to
recorded words declaring her identify the items.
love for "Cio," the name
-donted by SLA -nember Wil- "'M SATTSFIED as a rea-
linnm Wolfe, Browning asked. .'onably exoerienced criminal
"Did you in fact have a strong 1Nwver," Bailey said, "that an
feeling for Cujo?"- answer to any question about
"In a way, yes," Hcarst re- her whereabouts after Septem-
nlied with some heat. hr 1974 would be used by the
0. As a matter of fact, did U.S. government and other
you love him? governments to institute a pro-
A. No . . . ceeding against her."

"If nuclear power is as safe
and efficient as its proponents
claim, it should be able to meet
the criteria we propose. If it
cannot meet those criteria, then
we should seriously queation
whether it is at all useful t9 our
society," Conlin said.

ner mot er s eyes.
She conceded that perhaps she
"should have taken achance"
and availed herself of an offer
by her captors to walk to free-
dom, even though she doubted
their sincerity.
WITH THE jury out of the
courtroom, Bailey and Browmnng

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Ford job bill veto upheld

(Continued from Page 1)
it would cost $25,000 for every
job created by the bill.

the jobs created by the Demo- more veto confrontations are
cratic bill to be available. expected this year.

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Alternative measures were HOUSE Speaker Carl Albert
filed by Republicans in the (D-Okla.) said, ''This is the
House and Senate. Their spon- most ill-timed veto in the last
sors contended t h e y would five years."
create more jobs faster and at Albert said the first jobs cre-
a lower cost. j ated by the bill would be avail-
During the House debate, Re- able in three months.
publican minority leader John On the House vote, 56 Repub-
Rhodes of Arizona voiced ad- licans combined with 263 Dem-
ministration arguments that the ocrats to vote to override. Six-
bill would spend "tax dollars = teen Democrats and 82 Repub-
for leaf-raking jobs." Rhodes licans sided with the President.
added it would take a year for
- -------~~--- F'ORD'S VETO was his 45th
::o>><::>e<jc>f< >> Y since he became President.
j Last month, Congress over-
! THURSDAY, FRIDAY rode his veto of a $45 billion
AND appropriations bill for social
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President Ford has made
control of government spending
a key issue in his election
campaign. Democrats have said
they want to increase federal
spending to stimulate the econ-
omy and cut unemployment.
The Senate vote could give a
big lift to Ford as he began a
30-hour campaign swing through
New Hampshire in preparation
for the state's presidential pri-
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