THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Thursday, October 17; 1974
THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, October 17, 1974
HOUSE SESSION TODAY
Ford to testify on pardon
Another loophole in the
tion lies in voters' abil
cast ballots in the wrong
stituency. Students must
only for certain candida
determined by housing
school, and class level.
But poll workers have n
" jWASHINGTON (Reuter) - Senate Republican Leader
Vice President - Designate Nel- I Hugh Scott, a committee mem-
son Rockefeller yesterday was ber, later issued a statement
turned down in his efforts to ob- charging that Cannon did not
elec- of effectively monitoring the tain an immediate reopening of consult any of the four Repub-
ity to voters to make sure they cast his Senate confirmation hear- licans on the nine-member com-
g con- ballots in the proper races. ings, in a party-line decision mittee before announcing his
vote threatening a new partisan con- decision.
tes as THUS NOTHING prevents a troversy. SCOTT said he was extremely
unit, candidate from having a group However, the Senate Rules disappointed in the rules com-
of people vote for him or her Committee later announced it mittee action and he wished
io way even if they are not entitled to will reopen hearings November that Rockefeller "had been
because of the constituency re-!13, the week before the rest of honored with the quick action
quirements. the Congress returns from a he urgently requested in order
The Daily learned yesterday montth-long election recess. to put an end to published alle-
that at least one student had SENATOR Howard Cannon gations without a decent and
bribed poll officials to vote in a (D-Nev.), the committee chair- early opportunity for him to
constituency other than his owa- man, said the committee's ex- balance the grossly unbalanc-
"I live in a co-hp but want amination of Rockefeller's in- ed public accounts."
to vote for the apartment (can- come tax returns and large gifts A
didates)," he said as he handed to former aides was incom- An aide to Cannon said the
a dollar bill to the election offi- plete. Senator had receive a letter
cial. The official then marked Hie told reporters that the Tuesday from the four comn-
I the ballot sothat votes could committee therefore felt it mittee Republicans asking for
be cast for the apartment con- could not grant Rockefeller's hearings so he was well aware
lo stitueTh " e";sin"Cou i g request to reopenhearings this of their views.
Tepoll worker said nothing, week in order to air the con- Rockefeller said in a state-
- troversies over the gifts and a ment issued in New York "I
1970 election campaign book regret that I won't have a
I critical of a Rockefeller politi- proper forum for at least an-
aW e Plovers ;cal opponent. 'other month."
(Continued from Page 1) ,
The hearing will center on 14
questions raised by Reps. Bella
Abzug (D-N.Y.) and John Con-
yers (D-Mich.) intformalsreso-
lutions direciting the House to
seek the answers from the
SUCH questions are normally
answered in writing or by the
appearance of subordinate of-
ficials. Ford's first response was
to bundle up his previous state-
ments about the pardon and
send them to chairman William
Hungate (D-Mo.) with a letter
saying there was nothing more
The reply irritated subcom-
mittee members, and Hungate
requested that White House
Counsel Philip Buchen be sent
to Capitol Hill to supply more3
information. To Hungate's as-
tonishment, Ford sent word that
he would come up himself.
Ford's decision is seen by the:
two senior Democrats on the;
subcommittee as a shrewd poli-
tical move designed to over-
come the generally unfavorable
public reaction to the pardon.
"HE IS trying to extricate
himself from the effects of whatI
was obviously a hasty decision,"'
said Rep. Don Edwards (D-:
Calif.). Rep. Robert Kasten-
meier (D-Wis.) said the hearingI
shoild prove to be a political
boon for Ford.
But both Edwards and Kasten-
meier said they did not expect
the hearing to produce anything
new about the reasons for
Ford's surprise pardon of Nixon
last Sept. 8.
The White House has advised
Hingate that Ford will have to
leave the hearing about noon.
By the time subcommittee mem-
bers have made opening state-
ments and Ford has given -his
detailed version of events lead-
ing up to the pardon, the nine
subcommittee members will
probably only have about five
minutes each for questions.
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