Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on July 8, 1976 · Page 12
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 12

Phoenix, Arizona
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Thursday, July 8, 1976
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July 8. 1fl7fiOThc Arizona Republic 2 doctors confirm William Harris'' flu Associated Press 1 <\S AKC.ELES - Two 'docii'vs agreed Wednos- ,l:r that William Harris has ilie flu. but they split nn \t hcther he is too sick Mo i-onie to court. '. \ Mil doctor said many ,. other prisoners manage court appearances while . :..ufforing with flu. But a ., private doctor said Harrir, is seriously ill and • should stay in bed. • -Superior Court Judge Mark Brandlcr. who c.x- ' pressed doubts earlier 'about whether Harris was •really sick, conceded : ' Wednesday the 31-year- 'old defendant obviously is •ill. He postponed the trial rf Harris and his wife, .'. Hinily. until today and , told prospective jurors he hadn't meant to imply '.< \irlier that he doubted .. Harris' illness. Meanwhile, in Harris' " r.bscncc, the defense team • launched a new effort to expand their questioning of prospective jurors on attitudes toward Patricia Hearst and the Sym- bionese Liberation Army. Chief defense attorney Leonard Weinglass cited a new U.S. Supreme Court decision — Nebraska Press Association vs. Stuart — concerning rights of defendants in high - publicity cases. "Just over a week ago, the justices of the Supreme Court . . . expressed strongly worded sentiments that defendants in heavily publicized trials should be given substantial leeway in questioning prospective jurors as to possible areas of prejudice." Weinglass said in a legal brief. Harris and Mrs. Harris, 29, avowed members of the SLA, are charged with kidnaping, robbery and assault in a case involving Miss Hearst. Liquor firm is accused of payoffs Los Angeles Times WASHINGTON - Foremost - McKesson, Inc., the nation's biggest wholesale \vinc and liquor distributor, gave retailers illegal payoffs nf cash and free merchandise totaling $6 million during the past five years, the Securities and Exchange Commission charged Wednesday. Without admitting or denying the charges, the San Francisco-based firm accepted a consent decree in which it agreed to a court injunction barring future securities law violations. Tlie SEC civil complaint, filed in U.S. district court here, said the firm gave out money, free wine, and liquor to "induce" retilers to buy products it distributed." It was the second such major case involving domestic corporate payoffs. The SEC's investigation of bribery by American companies abroad is now expanding to include -dnjaoo ssamsnq orjssuiop tion. •e tests ordered for Patty United Press International SAN FRANCISCO - A • federal judge granted on Wednesday an additional 00 days" of psychiatric tests for Patricia Hearst before sentencing her for robbing a San Francisco bank with the Symbionese liberation Army. The extension means she will not be sentenced until October at the earliest. Judge William Orrick .;.!;•. granted the request l-ltv.m the California Bu- •Ii'cim of Prisons, which •;asl:cd f o r the further ;.st;:dy of the 22-year-old • newspaper heiress at the •-federal correctional facili- ; ty in San Diego where she ; is being' held. ; Miss Hearst was con• victed of the April 15, '. 1974, robbery last March : after a two-month-trial. : The trial judge, Oliver Carter, gave the heiress a tentative maximum sentence of 35 years on the two counts, but ordered the further mental tests and said he would reduce the prison term substantially ;;fter they were completed. Carter signed the original order April 12, turning Miss Hearst over for the psychiatric examinations for at least 90 days but saying he would allow up to 180 days for a full study. Carter died of a heart attack June 14. He was replaced by Orrick. The first 90 days of tests expire July 11. Wednesday's extension allows the studies to continue until Oct 11. Orrick ordered t h e extension without comment. Limited time! Fire destroys <•« . * 2-story home; arson is hinted '• Fire wept by strong • winds destroyed a large > two-story home at 2300 W. : ; Washington Wednesday .• night, Phoenix firemen ;eported. An arson investigation ; was ordered. The occupants were not ; at home at the time and - Fire Department officials " hod not determined who ' owned the property. None -, of the 24 firemen who '.• responded was injured. Loss was estimated at •.'i-35,000. The house was engulfed in flame when fire units • arrive*:!. Firemen concen- - I rated d forts on preventing the blaze from spreading. • HOLIDAY CREATED WASHINGTON (AP) — Mother's Day became a public holiday M a y 9, I r fl4. 8x10" Color Photo. Thurs. Thru Fri. Full price! Children only at Chris-Town, Valley West Adults, children at Maryvale, Thomas Mall • Price is per person. Limit one special per individual or group-hurry! • Fast delivery and courteous service! • Extra photos available at low price! • Backed 100%-you must be satisfied! We aim to please. PHOTOGRAPHERS HOURS: THURSDAY. 10 A.M. TO 1 P.M.-2 P.M. T0£ P.M.' 'FRIDAY. 10 A.M. TO I f.M'. — .1 P.M. K) 7:10 P.M. . SATURDAY. 10 A.M. TO I P.M. — 2 P.M. TO 5:00 P.M. spirit value £76 USE WARDS CHARG-ALL- THOMAS MALL 44lh ST. AT THOMAS RD. PHONE 959-2100 MARYVALE B300 W. INDIAN SCHOOL RD. PHONE 247-2353 CHRIS-TOWN 1751 W. HETHANY HOME KD. PHONE 249-1212 VALLEY WEST ABIh AVE. & NORTHERN Cl.ENDALE PHONE 934-3451 5 probe of gift-taking reported Associated Press PITTSBURGH - The Internal Revenue Service is investigating allegations that its auditors accepted gifts from Gulf Oil Corp. while reviewing that company's taxes, a source said Tuesday. The IRS began a review of Gulf's tax reports after revelations that the oil company maintained a secret $12.3 million slush fund for payments to domestic and foreign officials. The IRS Inspection Service has been questioning some of the 290 auditors here about free liquor, dinners, golf outings and trips they may have accepted from Gulf, the source said. No Gulf officials are being Investigated in connection with the alleged gifts, the source said. The IRS declined to comment on the reported inquiry. IRS agents criminally convicted of taking gifts could face a maximum penalty of five years in prison and a $10,000 fine. THERMAL ROOFING TR 501® Thermal is a remarkable space-age material* that waterproofs and insulates any existing surface and greatly reduces heating and cooling costs! t uun^inw.^.)* 4209 N. 12th St. I COMMIT, MC. Pho»nix,AZ.850H 277-0305 Read Paul Dean. A MAGNIFICENT COLLECTION FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC AT DISCOUNT PRICES! 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