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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, May 21, 1974

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Student tries to forget ordeal

Hearst pursuit intensified

(Col im dfr(II o Pa 2 .
Described as in 'good physi-
cal condition but emotionally up-
set" by authorities, Kubinski
returned home the next day
with his father and brother, who>
flew to Arlington to be of some
comfront to the young man.
Since then, "I've been relax-
ing and trying to put on a few
pounds," Kubmiski said. "After
it was all over I was very, very
tired and just wanted to rest."
Currently Kubinski is making
East Lansing-
mayor visits "U'
"'on l ifed Crome Pa - '
BROOKOVER said he chose
to come to Ann Arbor because
of its similarities to East Lan-
sing.
One similarity is that both
cities have recently passed
marijuana laws which set pen-
jdties at lower levels than state
laws.
East Lansing may carry the
issue even further and push for
legislation on the state level
when the fine-member city
council meets tomorrow to con-
sider a motion to back the
Michigan state marijuana initia-
tive.
Although Brookover said he
was uncertain as to what the
result would be, he did say he
would probably vote for the
proposal.

up the school work he missed
while being victimized so that
he may officially graduate from
the University
"I've talked with my profes-
sors and now I have my exams
to take and a paper to write,"
he explained, but added that he
does not plan to return to the
campus.
Even now, Kubinski has 'p-
parently not cared to learn
many of the details surrounding
the con game used to bilk him.
And he has equally little in-
terest in the woman who work-
ed that flim-flam almost to per-
fection.
"You know I don't know much
about the woman, I don't even
know her real name," Kubinski
said. "But I never wanted to
make a big deal about this any-
way."
Of, Merrella, an escaped con-
vict with a record including 17'
arrests and seven convictions
on fraud charges, he would only
comment: "She was very re-
markable . . . a very brilliant
woman."
He went on to speculate that
"perhaps anyone" could have
been victimized by her.
Merrella has been returned to
the Colorado federal prison from
which she originally escaped
and will face charges stemming
from that breakout and her sub-
sequent con artistry.
Kubinski, since his return, has
been doggedly pursued for his

account of the matter, but un-
derstandably has no desire for
the public spotlight.
Although he does not have
any formal plans for the fall,
Kubinski commented that it
"was possible" that he will be
returning to graduate school at
the University.
Right now, however, he just
desires to go back to his life
before the frat house phone
rang on that day late in March
when the call was for him.
City- Council
OK's rate
hike on cabs
During an otherwise unevent-
ful meeting, City Council last
night unanimously approved an
ordinance to hike taxi cab rates
10 cents for the first fraction of
a mile.
Maximum rates of fare were
increased from 50 cents for the
first one-fifth of a mile to 60
cents for the first one-sixth of
a mile.
In other action, Council also
approved, 7-3, the site plan pro-
viding for another branch of
Huron Valley National Bank to
be located in the Wolverine
Towers, which is currently in
the latter stages of construc-
tion.

(Continued from Page 1)
Previous estimates had placed
membership in the mysterious
and multiracial terrorist group
at around 25.
One of the reports of a pos-
sible sighting of the trit came
from a Los Angeles landlady.
She said three persons-one of
them a young woman who she
said looked like newspaper pho-
tos of Hearst--came to her door
Sunday night and offered sev-
eral hundred dollars to rent a
room for the night. The other
two were black men, the land-
lady told police.
She said that When she told
them she had no vacancies, one
of the men slashed at her wvith
a knife, then all three fled in a
car.
"WE DIDN'T come away with
any information that would in-
dicate they were involved,"
Morrison said, referring to the
three fugitives.
Emmy Brubach, Hearst fam-

ily cook for eight years, said
she saw Hearst driving a red
Volkswagen van on U.S. High-
way 101 Sunday night, south of
San Francisco. She said the wo-
man she believed to be Hearst
was with two other persons, one
of them a bearded white man.
She said she gave the van's li-
cense number to the FBI.
In Jacksonville, Fla., FBI
agent W. It. Alexander said he
had received a report +hat a
woman resembling the fugitive
heiress had been seen at a mo-
tel in Pensacola y e s t e r ] a y
morning. "We are trying to de-
termine if it was she," he said.
HAGAN SAID police were re-
ceiving many tips from citizens,
many of them crank calls. It
was just such a tip, from - wo-
man who reported seeing a
white woman wearing a Jun in
a house, that led officers to the
six SLA members.

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clude:
-Diane Hall, 29, who hopes to
capture the 14th District seat
now held by Democrat Kathleen
Fojtik. Hall said she wants to
"do away with the boss-peon re-
lationship that exists in coun-
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