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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, January 16, 1973

Four more Watergats
defendants cop pleas

(Continued from Page 1)
Barker said he was first con-
tacted about taking part in the
Watergate affair by Hunt. The
others said they were contacted
by Barker.
But whenever Sirica pressed for
details about their recruitment, in-
volvement, and contacts in the
Westgate caper, the four reported-
ly cited the words of the indict-
ment read to the jury. They said
that the government's allegations
were all true but avoided filling in
further details.
The first of the seven defendants
to plead guilty in the Watergate
case - named after the office
building where the Democratic
Party has its headquarters - was
Hunt, a former White House aide
and writer of mystery novels who
was said by the prosecution to be
a ringleader of the attempt to car-
ry out political espionage against
the Democrats.

Hunt, after changing his
from not guilty to guiltyc
charges against him last
broke silence on the case an(
reporters that to his per
knowledge no-one high up i
Nixon Administration or th
publican Party was involved
bugging.

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WHITE HOUSE SPOKESMAN Ron Zeigler announces President Nixon's decision to halt the bombing
of North Vietnam.
Bombing halted amidst peace rumors
(Continued from Page 1) now awaiting approval at the top. The compromise struck here last
Florida White House here to return Well informed sources said the week is also understood to allow
to Washington. two chief negotiators had agreed the supervisory body a certain
Mines already laid along the on the size and functions of an amount of freedom of action and
North Vietnamese coast will re- international control commission movement, the sources added.
main there for the present, Ziegler which is to supervise the cease- The cancellation of the raids ap-
said. They are being dealt with in fire. pears to be part of a system of
the peace negotiations. The proposed commission will in- military escalation and de-escala-
"In agreement with the North clude about 2,500 men from Can- tion used by Nixon along with the
Vietnamese, we are not discussing ada, Poland, Indonesia and Hun- Paris talks to obtain a settlement.
these negotiations," he added. gary, the sources said. But the added importance of
Diplomatic observers said South Originally, North Vietnam had yesterday's decision is underlined
Vietnamese President Thieu's posi- wanted only 250 members with by the fact that this will be the
tion regardig any ceasefire agree- practically no means of transport, first time since 1968 that there
ment was still a major factor in and the United States had asked have been no U.S. military attacks
concluding a final agreement. for 5,000 men. on some part of North Vietnam.
Thieu said in an interview pub-'
lished Saturday in the New Re-
public magazine that the war would
go on as long as North Vietnam
tried to impose a communist gov-,
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Kissinger and Tho, in their in-
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