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Page Twelve
Nixon warned
of disloyalty

THE SUMMER DAILY

Friday, May 25, 1973

THE SUMMER DAILY Friday, May 25, 1973

contis n frcim Poge1>
In another developmeot. Sec-
- retary of the Treasurg George
Shultz announced he was accept-
ing the resignation from the
Treasury Department of John
Caulfield, who has testified he
offered executive clemencv to
Watergate defendant lames Mc-
Cord Jr. in return for his si-
lence.
At the hearings of the Seiiate's
select Watergate committee, one
of the men who broke into head-
quarters of the Democratic Na-
tional Committee last June 17
said he took part in the opera-
tion because he believed it was
a matter of national security."
Bernard Barker, brought from
jail and testifying under immun-
ity from prosecution, also said
he had helped in the 1971 break-
in at the offices of the psychia-
trist treating Pentagon papers
dians
blockade
U.P. road
tcontiuned from Page 3)
the validity of the arrests, since
the arresting troopers said the
youths were on the roadway at
the time of the arrest.
THE ARRESTED youths were
held in the Chippewa Cointy Jail
for several hours before they
were released on bond.
Hanna said there were "no
plans at this time" to arrest any
of the Indians involved in the
blockade.
In April, 1971, the Michigan
Supreme Court ruled that the
state had no jurisdiction over the
fishing and hunting activities of
the Indians on lands coded to the
federal government cinder a cen-
tury-old treaty.
THIS WAS widely interpreted
as giving Indians unrestricted
fishing rights throughout most of
the state. White sportsmen raised
a storm of protest, receiving a
sympathetic ear from the Mich-
igai Department of Natural Re-
soirues, which claims fishing re-
sources would be exploited by
Indian fishermen.
The Supreme Court then clari-
fiei its ruling, saying it only ap-
plied to a small group of L'Anse
Chippewas living near the Ke-
weenaw Bay in the western Up-
per Peninsula.

defendant Daniel Ellsberg.
Also at that hearing, Gerald
Alch, the lawyer who accused
James McCord of lying, offered
to submit to ui series of lie de-
teclor tests to determine where
the truth lies in dispites of fact
b-twien liiiseltf and McCord.
At the White llouse, Deputy
Press Secretars Gerald Warren
repirted that despite the Watek
pile scand'ls the adicinistration
'is having ino trouble recruit-
ing people" for government jobs.
In fact. Warren said, the White
tose is 'still getting more of-
fers of assistance than we can
handle.' lie s-iid that on execu-
tie and sub-Cabinet posts, va-
cancies were running about nor-
mal or below, although he said
the number of ambassadorial
posts vacant was higher.
THE WHITE HOUSE also said
that President Nixon would at-
tend Friday morning's swearing
in ceremony for the new U. S.
attorney general, Elliot Richard-
son.
As he moved over from his last
post as secretary of defense to
take up the oft-passed reins at
the Justice Department, Rich-
ardson took a verbal swipe at his
two predecessors in the attor-
ney general's chair.
City rights unit
suggests new
ad guidelines
(Continued from Page 3)
Representatives of The News
said they believe the ordinance
is unconstitutional and therefore
the newspaper has no legal obli-
gation to comply with its terms,
according to the report.
The report further indicated
the paper has assigned elimina-
tion of discriminatory advertis-
ing a "relatively low priority."
The News reportedly asks any-
one who places an ad judged to
be discriminatory to rephrase the
objectionable wording. If the
person refuses to change the ad,
it is accepted and published with-
out alteration.
"It is clear . . . that the News
was not going to let the ordi-
nance interfere with their profit-
making activities," the commis-
sion said.
The commission will consider
final approval of the recommen-
dations at next Thursday's meet-
ing. If approved, the report and
recommendations will be submit-
ted to City Council.

ANrrhoto
SENATOR SAM ERVIN (D-N.C.), Senator Howard Baker (R-Ky.), and majority counsel Samuel Dash
confer yesterday during the Watergate hearings on Capitol Hill. The. discussion arose after witness
Gerald Alch requested lie detector tests for himself and his former client, James McCord to dis-
cover who was lying in the bugging case.

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THIS WEEKEND:
Two American Classic Comedies
by FRANK CAPRA
TON IGHT-May 25

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or. Mr. Tony's delicious
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I Offer Good May 25 thru May 31, 1973 ,
Offer ood !-r pickup, dine-in or
I FAST!!FREE DELIVERY!'
Offer good for Pickup or REE DELIVERYP
at 1327 S. University location only.

MR. DEEDS
GOES TO TOWN
Starring: Gary Cooper, Jean Arthur, Walter Catlett
Country yokel inherits a fortune he
doesn't want and tries to give it away.
" along comes MR. DEEDS to astound with its unexpected
warmth and indubitable sincerity of purpose."
ROBERT STEBBINS-New Theatre, 1936
Saturday: You Can't Take It With You
8 and 10 P. M. ARCHITECTURE AUDITORIUM $1

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