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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, September 17, 1975

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ORM. SPECIAL!

Sinai pact faces delay

Judge cuts Fromme's bail

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(Continued from Page 1)
ernment."
Ford had asked for Congress'
approval by the end of this week
of committing 200 U.S. tech-
nicians to monitor the Israeli-j
Egyptian peace in the Sinai
Peninsula.
BUT Rep. William Broomfield
of Michigan, ranking Republican
of the House International Rela-
tions Committee, said yesterday
that no full House vote is now
likely until week after next.
Broomfield joined a group of
committee members pressing
for full disclosure of the U.S.

commitments before they act'
on the Sinai technicians but said
he believes there is no question
Congress will approve the com-
mitment.
Some-members of the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee al-
so are asking for full disclosure.
BROOMFIELD disclosed that
he turned down an arrangement
last week under which he and
House Committee Chairman
Thomas Morgan (D-Pa.) would
be the only House members to
see all documents involved in
the Mideast peace accord.

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"I told Doc (Morgan) I didn't
want to be the one to get this
information and have to assurel
every other Republican that
everything was all right,"
Broomfield said.
Other members said the House
committee was briefed last week
on .a provision of the accord
published by the Washington
Post yesterday that promises
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Israel.
MEMBERS said the commit-
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But Chairman Lee Hamilton
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tee, said the committee mem-
bers now want details on what
those agreements involve.
"'Fully responsive'," said
Hamilton. "That's pretty broad
language."
The House committee and the
Senate Foreign Relations Com-
mittee were briefed on the
agreements by Undersecretary
of State Joseph Sisco.

SACRAMENTO, Calif. () - A
judge reduced bail for Lynette
"Squeaky" Fromme, who is ac-
cused of attempting to kill
President Ford, from $1 million
to $350,00 yesterday after she
pleaded to be set free on her
word.
"Before the world at this time,
my word to myself or anybody
is my life," the 26-year-old
Charles Manson disciple said
from the witness stand. She
promised to appear in court
whenever asked.
U.S. District Court Judge
Thomas MacBride rejected the
defense attorney's request to
release Fromme without bail.
He agreed with the prosecutor
who described the attempted
assassination of President Ford
as a "heinous" crime.
"The nature of the criminal
charges is extremely serious, a
heinous crime to say the very
least," the judge said.
FROMME was indicted by a
federal grand jury last week for
"willfully and-knowingly" point-
ing a pistol at Ford during his
Sept. 5 visit to the state capital.

drink or take drugs, but Good
THE MODIFIED order allows said they occasionally used
Fromme to speak to anyone- marijuana. Miss Fromme, asked
including the press-on any sub- when she last 'took the hallu-
ject except the attempted assas- cinatory drug LSD, replied:
sination of President Ford. "The last time was about a year
Outside the courtroom, From- ago." Asked how often she took
me's roommate, Sandra Good, LSD, she replied, "Maybe about
told reporters: "We don't have once a year"; and
that kind of money ($350,000). Fromme feels she was "sland-
Anybody out there who has that ered" by the book "Helter Skel-
kind of money, she needs your ter" written by Manson trial
help." n tn VincentRBu linsi.

plea Friday, when MacBride
said he would listen to questions
regarding her request to act as
her own attorney.
MacBride also modified what
he called the "silence" order
against comment on the case by
anyone involved in the case.

tions from friends;
-Fromme has taken public
assistance in the form of food
stamps and received a $1,100
student loan to attend Sacra-
mento City College about eight
months ago;,
--Fromme said she does not

She is scheduled to enter a "about $30" a month in dona-

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Fromme, a diminutive red-
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in a calm, naturally high-pitched
voice that she would need free-
dom to talk to witnesses and
prepare her own defense.
TESTIMONY of Fromme and
others disclosed;
-Fromme, Susan "Heather"
Murphy and Good lived on
Good's $200 monthly checks
from a trust account from an
undisclosed inheritance. It de-
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