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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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BEER & WINE, FRESH MEAT AND PRODUCE,
DELI COUNTER, IMPORTED CHEESES, IM-
PORTED WINES.
Sgt. Pepper brings the price of meat down. We
are the STUDENT MEAT CENTER - Compare
our prices.
1 GALLON MILK (1/2 Pct.) ............99c
CHOICE ROUND STEAK. .... 1.49 lb.
GROUND ROUND STEAK .. .. 98 lb.I
FRYING CHICKENS 59 lb.
STEWING BEEF ....... .......1.29 lb.
CUBE STEAKS ....... 1.39 lb.
PORK ROASTS ............1.19 lb.
COLBY CHEESE 1.29lb.
MUENSTER CHEESE.. 1.39 lb.
IMPORTED SWISS CHEESE.1.79lb.
DAN NON YOGURT.............3 for 98c
8 Pk. Cans 12 Oz. COKE .............1.59 {
HALF-GAL. CHERRY HILL ICE CREAM .. 98c
HOMEMADE SAUSAGE ............89 lb.
BANANAS ................. ... 19 lb. c
LARGE EGGS ................... 79c DoZ.I
1 lb. DAIRY FRESH OLEO .............39c
Sale lasts from Friday, March 19
through Sunday, March 28

lent strike

I :q..4,

Hearst case reaches

Saturday, March 20, 1976
jUry

settlement near
The Ann Arbor Tenants Union rebate of one month's rent in
and Sunrise (Trony) Manage- the form of twelve eight per
ment Co. came to a tentative cent monthly cuts.
agreement Thursday night in The Sunrise rent strike is the
settling their four month-old first such tenant action here
rent strike. since 1969. when a massive

By AP and Reuter
SAN FRANCISCO-The ques-
tion of Patricia Hearst's guilt or
innocence on b a n k robbery
charges was placed in the hands
of her jurors yesterday after the
defendant's mother, overcome
by emotion, rushed from the
hushed courtroom in tears.
Randolph Hearst said later
that his wife, Catherine, saw
this first day of decision at the

celebrated trial as "the end of
the line" for her accused daugh-
ter.
AFTER FIVE hours and 15
minutes in the jury room, the
jurors ended their first day of
deliberation without a verdict
and returned to the hotel where
they are sequestered. They were
scheduled to resume their con-
sideration of the case today at
9 a.m. PST.

The terms of the agreement,!
however, will not be known un-
til Monday, when both are
scheduled to sign a settlement'
contract,
THE RENT strike against the
rental agency, encompassing
124 tenants, was organized in
November in protest of alleged-!
ly inadequate maintenance and

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tenant action enveloped nearly
2000 renters..
THE TENANTS union had no
comment yesterday.
Dewey Black, owner of the
management company, said yes.
terday, "I believe the proposal
which has been reached shall
be beneficial to all persons."j

security measures. The Cincinnati Reds won the
The striking tenants have al- 1975 National League West race
ready turned down one settle- by 20 games, beat Pittsburgh in
ment package offered in Janu- the NL pennant playoff, then
ary. It included, among other beat Boston in the seven-game
embellishments, a 96 per cent World Series-
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Israel agrees to
confer with PLO
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (k') Lebanon and last January on
-Israel agreed last night to Middle East and Palestinian
face the Palestine Liberation issues.
Organization for the first time Before the Monday meeting
at a U.N. Security Council meet- was called, Israeli Foreign Min-
ing-on unrest in the Israeli- ister Yigal Allon said in Jeru-
occupied west bank of Jordan. salem that Israel "does not
A press officer for the Israeli automatically stay away from
U.N misio sad istrctinsevery forum" to which the PLO..
U.N. mission said instructions is invited. Soon after the meet-
had been received from Jeru- .s
salem to take part in the meet- ing wa set, ress officer Tuva
ing, which key members of the Saar said, "We areconsidering
U.N. Islamic group requested appearing."
to defuse an "explosive situa- Libyan Ambassador Mansur
tion" in the west bank. The Kikhia, the only Arab on the
meeting is scheduled for Mon- council, and Pakistani Ambassa-
day. dor Iqbal Akhund, chairman of
the Islamic group's Jerusalem
ISRAEL, which calls the PLO committee, sent a letter asking
a terrorist gang, has boycotted the council president to call the
two council debates because of meeting. A Pakistani spokes-
PLO participation-last Decem- man said he thought there
ber dealing with Israeli air would be one soon.
raids on Palestinian targets in They said the council should

Federal Judge Oliver Carter!
told the jury it must decide if
Hearst was guilty of taking part
in a bank robbery staged by
members of the Symbionese
Liberation Army (SLA) here
on April 15, 1974, and of using
a gun during the crime..
The two counts carry a maxi-
mum penalty of 35 years in'
prison.
ALLUDING to her kidnapping
by the SLA 10 weeks before the!
robbery, he said: "Kidnapping
is not alone sufficient to absolve
her of any subsequent criminal'
acts."
Judge Carter instructed the
jury to deliberate eight hours a
day-from 9 o'clock in the morn-
ing till five in the afternoon,
with a break for lunch.
He told the jurors that to find'
Hearst guilty, they must de-
termine that she took part will-
ingly in the robbery. The de-
fense does not contest the
charge that she did help rob the!
bank but has argued that Hearst
was forced to do so under threat
of death and hadbeen "brain-
washed" by the SLA.!
IN A MAJOR concession to
the defense, Carter instructed
the jury how to interpret the
Sevidenceof brainwashing offer-
ed by psychiatrists.
The purpose of expert psy-
chiatric testimony offered by
the defense has been to attempt
to explain the effects of the kid-
napping, captivity and physical

and psychological abuse
Hearst's mental state at
time of the bank robbery.

Thus, the task of judging
Hearst was submitted to jurors
just six months after her cap-
ture here, ending a 19-month
journey through the radical un
derground.
HER CHIEF attorney, F. Lee
Bailey, admitted that the young
heiress' defense had been "ex-
pensive."
"I'm sure it cost. several!hun-
dred thousand dollars," he said.
But his opponent, U.S. Atty.
James Browning Jr, said the
government had spent perhaps
as much money and effort to
prosecute Hearst.
At a news conference, Brown-
ing answered suspicions that th
government might have been
going easy on the heiress.
"It's been a vigorously prose.
cuted case,". he said. ". . .We
didn't pull any punches."
CARTER SAID the fact that
Hearst refused to answer 4
questions about her whereabouts
during the "missing year" o
her underground life could be
considered by the jury in de-
termining the credibility of her
entire story.
The judge said she had taken
the Fifth Amendment but was
not entitled to do so.
"Intentional flight or conceal-
ment is not in itself sufficient to
prove guilt but it is a factor,"
he said.

on
the

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXVI, No. 133
Saturday, March 20, 1976
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