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Wednesday,;October 30, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Pace Three

Hunt c
WASHINGTON UP) - E. Howard
Hunt testified yesterday that the mon-
ey demand former President Richard
Nixon viewed as blackmail last year
was just an attempt to collect an over-
due bill.
"You don't consider your com-
ments to disclose seamy things you
did unless you got $50,000, $60,000,
$72,000 as blackmail?" the Watergate
break-in conspirator was asked at the
Watergate cover-up trial.
"NO, SIR," said Hunt.
"What do you consider it, an in-

lenies bi
vestment plan?"
"I consider that I was in the posi-
tion of a bill collector trying to get
those who had made prior commit-
ments," said Hunt.
Hunt underwent cross-examination
on this second day as a witness at the
trial of John Mitchell, H. R. "Bob"
Haldeman, John Ehrlichman, Robert
Mardian and Kenneth Parkinson, all
charged with conspiracy to obstruct
justice.
Hunt had testified that in March
1973 when he was about to be sen-

ackmail
tenced for his role as foreman of
the Watergate break-in team he had
word relayed to the White House that
he wanted $122,000 to pay his law-
years. He said he threatened to dis-
close other covert jobs
THE WHITE HOUSE tape tran-
script of a conversation former White
House counsel John Dean had with
Nixon on March 21 showed that both
Dean and the President viewed the
demand as blackmail.
"You don't feel you were selling
your silence?" William Hundley, at-

charge
torney for Mitchell, asked.
"No, sir," said Hunt, "that was a
different matter." Hundley asked if
Hunt considered it extortion.
"NO, SIR . .. it was neither extor-
tion nor blackmail," Hunt responded.
On Monday Hunt testified he had
lied at least a dozen times to grand
juries and had decided to tell the
truth finally after reading the White
House transcripts last summer. He
said he decided then that the peo-
ple he was protecting were not-worth
it.

Palestine issue may
Kirtihn rinan~o tnlls

................. . ...'V

RA/" " 1 G N W. lR'
MOROCCO u) - A decision
by Arab leaders to create an
independent Palestinian state
under Yasir Arafat's Palestine
Liberation Organization (PLO)
appeared yesterday to have
doomed the Geneva Middle East
peace talks, at least temporar-
ily.
In an Israeli radio interview
from New York, Information
Minister Aharon Yariv denounc-
ed the decision taken at the
Arab summit meeting and re-
peated Israel's vow not to hand
over territory to the PLO.
"THERE IS nothing to talk
about at Geneva," he said.
PLO spokesman Abdul Moh-
sen Abu Maizar said the Arab
summit's decision "is a big
blow against Israeli and Ameri-
can policy." He reiterated the
PLO goal to merge Israel into a
Palestinian state where "Jews
and Arabs will have equal
rights and obligations."
Israel's rejection of a Gene-
va conference involving the
PLO left any hope for a settle-
ment to the bilateral, gradual
approach proposed by U. S. Sec-
retary of State Henry Kissin-
ger. However, even this seem-
ed in question since Israel and

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Wednesday, October 30 pm.
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THE ARAB nationsWith se/eca Commitee (resume construction, methods of
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ence in preference to Kissin- ta. Rital flail. 1:30 pm.
Physics: J. Stamatoff, "X-ray
ger's step-by-step bilateral Diffraction Studies of Red Blood
proposal. Cell Membrane Structure,": P&A
Colioq. Rm., 4 pm.
Jordan had sought to repre- Museum of Art: Calvin French, A i
sent Palestinians in the peace "Japanese Paintings," Aud. A, An-
talks and to gain control over gel,, 7:30 pm.
Palestinian territory demanded pMusica Society: Slask, Power,
from Israel. sh Arts Festival: Workshop,FRO M

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tion or make an appointment.
AT TRILK.
4'T COME
A COW

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXV, No. 48
Wednesday, October 30, 1974
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Action speaks louder
than words ...
FOJTIK
COMMISSIONER
Nov. 5 Democrat Dist. 14
Paid for by Fojtik for
Commissioner Committee

AP Photo
Holding her own
In Cambodia, families often follow their breadwinner into
the combat zone. This Cambodian youngster takes charge
of the family rooster, two pet kittens and her father's rifle
at a marshalling point in Siem Reap province in Cambodia.
Her father was among reinforcements recently transferred
into the area.

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Elect RON STRAUSS FOR INFO-MARK, 663-9180
County Commissioner, District 14 START THE NEW YEAR OFF RIGHT
"The County Government is being polluted by BANFF SKI TRIP-Jan. 2-8
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ministration is in a shambles with no County
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matters thus putting us in debt; and having no lase, Mt. Norgucy, Lake Louise, Ground Transportation.
professional manager overseeing their affairs. FOR INFO-LISA, 665-7640; MARK, 764-6691
My Democratic opponent - Kathy Fojtik -
helped to create such a circus." NEXT MEETING
VOTE STRAUSS NOV. 5 THURS., OCT. 31, 8 P.M.
Brought to you by the Democrats for Strauss ASSEMBLY HALL IN THE UNION
Paid for by the People for Strauss
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336 MAYNARD STREET
We are havin r a reception for
CELEVELAND AMORY4
author of
MAN KIND?
Our Incredible W ar on Wildlife
Thursday, Oct. 31, 1974
1.15 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.
MR. AMORY ASKS WHY PEOPLE KILL ANIMALS. In explor-
ing the answers-for fun, for money, for revenge-he names
names and cites direct auotes. Even government agencies and
Cone to Centicore to ieet Mr. Amory a number of self-proclaimed conservationists and conservation
societies are taken to task, as are. those organizations that are
' who will be glad to autograph copies of his dedicated to killing for fun, such as the Southern California
Archery Association, the National Rifle Association and the
book. National Beagle Club.

Re-elect
Gil
"ursley
State Senator
Chairman:
Senate Education
Committee

State Senator Gil Bursley on Eastern's Campus

Sponsor:
STUDENT guaranteed loans and state scholarships
WOMEN'S credit; equal pay for equal work
EDUCATION reform: "The Bursley Act"
ABORTION law reform and clinic regulations
TRUTH in lending: retail installment and auto sales

.. .and over

100 bills enacted

into Michigan law. ..h..
Amfi..
Accomplishment
9{
Integrity
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