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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, October 2, '1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, October 2, 1974

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WATERGATE FIVE REUNITE
Trial stars top brass

WASHINGTON 0P) - J o h n
Sirica looked over the heads
of men who once ran the gov-
ernment and spoke in judicial
tones to 155 plain citizens who
had filled up most of the cav-
ernous courtroom.
"We are here," he said, "for
selecting a jury in a criminal
case."
WITH THAT, Sirica, 70, began
the trial of United States vs.
John Mitchell, et al. Some say
it may provide the final and de-
finitive telling of the Water-
gate story.

While Sirica admonished the Court House, a dozen young
prospective jurors that the trial Yippies had greeted Ehriishman
may run through Christmas, and his wife Jean as they ap-
former White House domestic proached the door. A heavy-set
affairs chief John Ehrlichman young man in a blue denim
practiced a talent learned in the jacket chased after the Ehrlich-
17 months since he left power. mans, and spit upon the right!
Looking over Sirica's head to sleeve of Ehrlichman's g r ay
the four statues of Justinian, business suit.

Moses, Hammurabi and Solon,
Ehrlichman sketched busily with
a ball-point pen. The four fig-
ures surely were part of Ehr-
lichman's education as a law-
yer.

OUTSIDE the U.S.

District

Senate reaffirms
Turkish aid cutoff

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WASHINGTON ( P) - Ignoring
pleas from President Ford and
its own leaders, the Senate re-
affirmed yesterday its vote to
end military aid to Turkey and,
added a similar cutoff to Chile.
Despite a threatened veto, the
Senate rejected 59 to 29 a mo-
tion by Minority Leader Hugh
Scott (R-Pa.) to strike the ban
of aid to any country using
U.S. military equipment for oth-
er than defensive purposes.
THAT PROVISION, aimed
specifically at Turkey, w a s
first adopted Monday. The cut-
off of some $12 million in mili-
tary assistance to Chile was ap-,
proved in a separate vote ves-
terday.
Scott was joined by Majority'

Leader Mike Mansfield (D-
Mont.) in unsuccessfully urging
a reversal of the Turkey amend- '
ment. Both it and the Chile re- I
striction were attacned to a
broad resolution needed to ex-
tend beyond Sept. 30 the spend-
ing authority for foreign aid and
other federal programs for
which regular money bills have,
not yet been passed.
The continuing resolution was
then passed 72 to 16 and sentj
to a House-Senate confernce
committee, which will meet lat-
er in the week.
President Ford announced his
veto intention if an amendment
cutting off military aid to Turk-
ev survives a Senate-HIusa con-
ference. -

When the young man attempt-
ed a second assault, he w a s
chased and briefly grabbed by
one of Ehrlichman's lawyers.
Pausing before he entered the
courtroom, Ehrlichman was ap-
proached by a U.S. marshal.
"DO YOU have a ticket, sir,"
the defendant was asked. Ehr-
lichman appeared confused.
The question came again, "Do
you have a press pass?" The
former presidential adviser said'
quietly, "I'm John Ehrlich-
man," and was ushered into the
wood-paneled courtroom.
Inside, there were handshakes
all around, a reunion of sorts.
Among the three principal de-
fendants, H. R. "Bob"' Hade-
man came last, passing briskly
by Mitchell to greet Ehrlichrnan
and kiss his wife.
REALIZING he had overlook-
ed Mitchell, Haldeman retrac-
ed his steps back across the
room to shake Mitchell's hand.
They were not such frieads in
the days when both were serv-"
ing the presidency of Ri nard
Nixon.
In comparison to other Water-
gate trials and congre sional
hearings on the scandal, only
40 spectators lined up to watch
the begining of the tedious jury
selection process. One man,
George Paduda of Washington,
said he had also attended thel
conspiracy trial of Mitchell in
New York last spring. "History
in the making," Paduda said.

Cover-up
trial
heyrns
(Continued from Page 1)
ly 100 witnesses the defense may
call or the 44 expected to testify
for the government.
THE JUDGE asked the pros-
pective jurors whether any had
worked for the House Judiciary
Committee, or the U.S. Attor-
ney's office, or the Senate
Watergate Committee or the
special prosecutor's office-all
of whom have investigated some
phase of Watergate.
The judge asked about prior
jury experience, about prior in-
volvement in any lawsuits and
whether any potential juror was
unable to accept the law in its
entirety or had any "moral,
ethical, philosophical or reli-
gious" reason for not wantinig
to sit in judgement of others.
Finally, Sirica asked: "Is
there anyone who cannot pre-
sume that the defendants who
stand before you are innocent
men." None of the panelists
stood in answer to that question.
THE THOROUGHNESS of the
proceeding made it certain that
no jury will be empaneled be-
fore Friday at the earliest since
the individual questioning us-
ually proceeds at the rate of
eight or 10 an hour.
Sirica has not said how many
challenges-without-cause he will
permit the government and the
five defendants, and the final
pool depends on that decision.
There will be 12 jurors and six
alternates for the trial.
The judge admonished the po-
tential jurors to stay away from
news accounts of the day and to
refrain from discussing the case
at home, anytime, "You have
a very sacred duty to perform-
perhaps one of the most im-
portant in your life."

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SPEAKERS

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360.00
450.00
190.00
160.00
260.00
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200.00
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299
349

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180.00
98.00
219.00
156.00
276.00
240.00

149 New
89 Demo
179 Demo
114 Demo

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120 New
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189 Used
105 Used
199
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2 Expander Kit $69)
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120.00
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TAPE DECKS

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CARTRI DGES

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PIONEER TP-222
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PIONEER TP-777

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199 Used
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169 Demo

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