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September 25, 1975 - Image 10

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, September 25, 1975

Page Ten THE MICHiGAN DAILY Thursday, September 25, 19Th

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Fromme wins one
hour per week to
interview witnesses
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (R) - Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme,
charged with attempted assassination of President 'Ford and
given permission to defend herself at her trial, has been granted
one hour each week for interviewing witnesses in the county jail.
Calling the arrangement "totally inadequate," Richard Walk-
er, a public defender appointed to serve as Fromme's co-counsel,
said yesterday that it means Fromme will have only about six
hours for interviewing witnesses before jury selection begins
Nov. 4.
SHERIFF DUANE LOWE met Tuesday with U.S. District
Court Judge Thomas MacBride and agreed to the extra hour,
each week for Fromme to interview witnesses in addition to the
normal one-hour Thursday night visiting privileges allowed jail
inmates.
Fromme had maintained that the normal visiting hour should
be considered time for personal visits with friends and news
media interviews.
Lowe and MacBride also agreed that Fromme would be pro-
vided a table, chair and writing materials for her interviews
with witnesses.
Fromme, 26, a member of convicted mass murderer Charles
Manson's so-called family, was arrested Sept. 5 by a Secret
Service agent who said he grabbed a gun she was pointing at the
President from two feet away.

Feds bust
dope ring,
arrest 20
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cottage with several pieces of
furniture strewn across the ov-
ergrown lawn. Last night the
makeshift curtains were pulled
tightly shut and no one appear-
ed to be at home.
A'NEIGHBOR said
he thought Pena andthe
Weills' had lived there only a
few weeks.
"There's traffic going in and
out of that driveway all night
long," he said.
At least nine of the people in
custody last night were Ann Ar-
bor residents.
Arrests were also made in To-
ledo and Bowling Green, Ohio.
Two carstparked in the drive-
way of the Broadway house
bore Ohio license plates.
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thru
SHORT or LONG
HAIRSTYLES TO PLEASE
DASCOLA
STYLISTS
ARBORLAND--971 -9975
MAPLE VILLAGE-761-2733
E. LIBERTY-668-9329
E. UNIVERSITY-662-0354

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PUBLIC LECTURE

A Comparison of
Syrian Attitudes
Since the Yom

Egyptian and
Toward Israel
Kippur War

Speaker: PROF. MOSHE MAOZ
Director, Truman Research Institute
Hebrew University, Jerusalem
THURSDAY, Sept. 25th-8 p.m.
at HILLEL
1429 HILL ST. 663-3336

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Thursday, Sept. 25, Noon - 5pm.
Friday, Sept. 26, 10am- 5pm.
Saturday, Sept. 27, .10 am--4pm.

IN THE BALLROOM.
THOUSANDS OF 'EM.

This sale will be upstairs in the Union Ballroom, 2nd floor of the Michigan Union.
(no kidding) All .at least 50% off retail list prices!

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