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Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, February 16, 1987
Jury finds Pursell

By STEVE BLONDER
A jury found the remaining
defendants in the "Pursell 118" case
guilty of trespassing on Friday.
Judge George Alexander gave the
108 convicted protesters a choice
between paying a $40 fine,
performing 20 hours of community
service, or working one night at the
Ann Arbor homeless shelter before
April 24.
The charge will be deleted from
the defendants' records if they
choose one of these alternatives. If
the defendants refuse these choices,

they must appear in court for
alternative sentencing on April 3.
The defendants are meeting
tonight to determine whether or not
to file an appeal.
LSA Sophomore David Austin,
a defendant in the case, feels that
Alexander's sentencing options do
not constitute a penalty, since the
same options were offered to each
defendant before the case went to
trial last week.
According to juror Ralph
Stephenson, the videotapes shown
by the prosecutor of the protesters

protesters
being arrested was the decisive i
evidence in the case.1
Prosecuting attorney Bob I
Cooper's case revolved around those l
videotapes which showed building
owners John Seeley and Doug
Roberts asking the demonstrators to 1
leave.
The defense based its case on the
good character of the defendants and
the notion that people of good 1
character are not likely to commit at
crime.
Molly Reno, an attorney for the
defense, raised the possibility thatI

guilty
the third owner of the building,
Phil Bowen, may have given the
protesters permission to be there.
Nancy Francis, another defense
attorney, said the building does not
officially close at the end of normal
business hours so the protesters did
not have to leave.
The defendants were arrested over
a four-day period last March while
prostesting U.S. Representative
Carl Pursell's support for President
Reagan's plan to send $100 million
in military and humanitarian aid to
the Nicaraguan Contra rebels.

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think that all of our rights could be
better protected with the civil court
system," said Blake Ringsmuth, a
student member of the council.
"I really want to make sure that
no one is ever expelled for political
protest, and preserve that right" said
Nicole Diller, the student co-chair
of the council.
The council is supposed to
consist of three students, three
faculty and three administrators.
Only the students have been fully
represented at each meeting. Both
Diller and Livermore drafted a
request for two more administrators
to Vice President for Academic
Affairs and Provost James
Duderstadt last week.

IN BRIEF
Compiled from Associated Press reports
Kremlin arrests protesters
MOSCOW - Three Soviets were kept under house arrest yesterday,
after sending a protest to a Kremlin-sponsored peace forum,and the
official media said Jews demanding emigration rights were trying to
"poison" the meeting.
The peace conference entered its second day yesterday with a star-
studded guest list of about 1,500 Soviet and foreign artists, film stars,d
writers, politicians, scientists and other participants.
A group of Soviets who want to join relatives abroad were kept af'
home by police yesterday after sending a telegram to the forum in
which they said the protesters seeking Begun's release were beaten by
security agents. '
Shamir claims U.S. raised
Israel to official ally status:
TEL AVIV, Israel - Prime Minister Yitzbak Shamir said yesterday
the Reagan administratiornhas elevated Israel tomhe status of officia"
ally.
Shamir said on Israel Radio, before flying to the United States on a'
10-day visit, that the new relationship would put Israel on a par with
non-NATO allies like Japan, Australia, South Korea and Egypt.
"Israel is considered for the first time, officially, an ally," Shamir
said. "There is much significance to this declaration, above all political
significance.",.a
The United States has raised the profile of its military links with
Israel in recent weeks as tension rose over a spate of kidnappings ofd
foreigners, including three Americans, in Lebanon last month.
Shiites might have Waite
BEIRUT, Lebanon - Druse militia chief Walid Jumblatt said'
yesterday he believes that Terry Waite is held by Iranian-backed Shiite
Moslems and appealed to them to free the missing British hostage
negotiator.
Jumblatt's plea came hours after his friend, leading Christian
politician Jean Obeid, was released unharmed after four days in the
hands of kidnappers.
Jumblatt charged publicly for the first time that Waite was being
held by the Shiite Moslem Hezbollah, orParty of God.
"I strongly believe Waite is with Hezbollah. Some of the kidnappers
thought that it was possible to squeeze some money out of his
abduction," said the Druse leader, whose militiamen provided initials
security for Waite in Lebanon.
House panel blasts Reagan
WASHINGTON - President Reagan was poorly prepared for the
U.S.-Soviet summit meeting last October and the two-day meetinge
ended with "an astonishing degree of confusion" about potential nuclear -
arms control agreements, the House Armed Services Committee said'
yesterday.
The report by the Democratic-controlled panel was sharply critical of
Reagan and his administration, citing confusion and disputes among
U.S. officials about the wide-ranging arms control proposals discussed
and almost accepted by Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev. ;.
"With the value of hindsight, it is possible to suggest that the'.
Reagan administration was ill-prepared for the negotiations it
participated in, and consequently, would have been ill-served had its
product been accepted," the panel said.
White House officials denied comment on the report, saying they had
EXTRAS >
68-year-old professor travels
cross-country on bike, skates
BERRIEN SPRINGS, Mich (AP) - A 68- year-old college
instructor plans to lace up her walking shoes this month and walk,
bicycle, skateboard and roller skate her way from California to South'
Carolina.
Charlotte Hamlin, an assistant professor to nursing at Andrews
University here, said she wants to show that age is no impediment to
taking on big challenges.
"I'd like to help other people see that quality of life is possible a a all
ages," she said. "It's important with the high cost of medicine today
that people learn to live healthful lives."
She plans to leave Capistrano, Calif, on Feb. 24 and 'arive in
Charleston, S.C. sometime in June. She anticipates traveling 35 mile
daily, six days a week.
"But I'm not going to count hours. That would take the fun out of

it," she said.
Hamlin plans to ride a bicycle across desert regions and alternate
between walking, roller-skating, and skateboarding. She'll be
accompanied by a companion driving a 21-foot motor home.
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