100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

June 14, 1973 - Image 3

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1973-06-14

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Thursday, June 14, 1973

THE SUMMER DAILY

rpge Three

Thursday, June 14, 1973 THE SUMMER DAILY Poge Three

U.S. signs new

Viet pact;

no provision for Cambodia

PARIS (UPI) - The four parties in-
volved in the Vietnam War signed a docu-
ment yesterday agreeing to respect the
Jan. 27 cease-fire, but Presidential aide
Henry Kissinger said it did not commit
the United States to end the bombing
of Cambodia.
Asked if the United States would now
end bombing raids, Kissinger told a news
conference, 'There is nothing that commits
the United States to cease such opera-
tions.
"IT IS OUR HOPE, and we will make
major efforts in that direction, to con-
tinue diplamatic contacts that will pro-
duce a cease-fire in Cambodia," Kissinger
said.
All that the new dtocitent contained
on Cambodia was a reiteration of the tt Jan.
27 call for foreign troops to leave that
country and Laos.
Kissinger said he had long disctssions
in his month of off-and-sn talks with Le
l)uc Tho cn Laos and Cambodia, httt ott
final decision was taken because "final
results depend on the sovereign decisions
of governments not represented here."
KISSINGER SAII) "we believe we have
a satisfactory agreement on points of in-
terest to the United States," but added,
"I am not naive enotgh to believe a re-
statement alone is enattgh to guarantee
peace."
le said both sides had nade "a real
effort'" in the talks and he hoped the
other side would "match the effort with
perforttiance " tle said the communique
is "an amplification and consolidation of
the original agreement. It is not a new
agreement."
The measures inclade a U.S. resumption
of economic aid talks and of removing
mines frot Ntorth Vietnamese waters, end
of U.S. reconnaissance flights, a return of
Saigon and Viet Cong troops to their
original situations and a pledge tIm
them strictly to observe the cease-fire.
SOUTH VIETNAM signed reluctantly
atd reportedly tnder U.S. economic pres-
stire, and a dispatch at night front
Saigon said President Nguyen Van Thieu
was disappointed that the new agreement
did not restore the I)emilitarized Zone or
require the North Vietnamese army to
leave South Vietnam.
Official sources in Saigon said the new
document gives even greater concessions
to the Communists than the Jan. 27 docu-
ments, and very little at all to the Thieo
government.
Since the original Jan. 27 truce war has
continued to ravage South Vietnam and
each side blamed the other for the thous-
ands of cease-fire violations which have
claimed more thousands of lives when
there was supposed to be peace.
PRESIDENT NIXON ordered Kissinger
back to Paris for more talks with The,
suspended mine sweeping of the N o r t h
Vietnamese harbors, broke off talks as
postwar U.S. economic aid to Hanoi and
mounted an intensive bombing campaign
in Cambodia. This time the agreement is
supposed to bring peace to Cambodia
too.

you're "It"!
Playground supervisor Kimberly Kabal is the happy target of Burns Park School third and fourth graders in a wild game of
tag yesterday noon. Kimberly, lucky guy, is it,
& Ehrllchma n said
4E2tuf B, : fljC/ULSIYX4 v A ,WN4 L

Busboy blues
Times are tough for protesters nowa-
days. Yesterday, University Club busboy
Neal Elkin decided it was about time the
club hired some male waiters, so he form-
ed a one-man picket line during the res-
taurant's noon rush hour. Elkin felt he
had been unfairly prevented from becom-
ing a waiter due to the club's alleged all-
female waitress policy. Does the club dis-
criminate? No, says manager Wiggo An-
derson, who has promised Elkin a waiter
position in September. He adds, "I've bent
over backwards to be fair to this guy."
Elks comments: "If he has to bend
over backwards just to be 'fair', he must
look pretty funny when he's standing up
straight."
Super Sewer clogged
Local opponents of the proposed Super
Sewer have some good news. A spokesman
for the State Department of :Natural Re-
sources says implementation of the plan
has been stalled and the entire project
tmay-have to be reviewed.
Happenings.. .
S are topped off today by the June
Regents meeting, 2:30 in the Regents
room in the Ad Bldg. The public com-
ments session starts at 4:00 . . . at 8 p.m.,
Gay Delanghe's dance, "Limb Literal or
Leg Technology versus Arm Technology"
will be presented at Barbour Gym.
A2's weather
Just as beautiful and sunshiny as yes-
terday. A nice high pressure center will be
sitting right en top of us, letting in
plenty of sun. Highs today between 72-77
with lows tonite 55-60.

e v tJ/A AJI Gam -in

WASHINGTON ()--Former White House
donestic adviser John Ehrlichman re-
portedly testified yesterday that he ap-
proved a proposal that turned out to be
the burglary of Daniel Ellsberg's psy-
chiatrist's office.
But Ehrlichman reportedly told con-
gressmen he did not recall there was
anything in the memorandum proposal
that referred to the break-in.
EIIRLICHMAN'S testimony at a six-
hour closed-door session by the House
Intelligence subcommittee was reported
to newsmen by chairman Lucien Nedzi
(D-Mi ch.).
"He did approve a proposal," Nedv
said. "The substance is not clear."
Ehrlichman, in a rare departure from

his usual willingness to talk to newsmen
after such sessions, had no comment.
"I DON'T want to admit or deny or
comment on anything just now," he said.
Nedzi said Ehrlichman testified he did
not recall learning of the break-in into
Ellsberg's psychiatrist's office in connec-
tion with the Pentagon Papers leak in-
vestigation until after it had happened.
"He did not clearly remember," Nedzi
said. "But he said there may have been
a reference to a trip to the West Coast
for investigative work."
MEANWHILE, Maurice Stans told the
Senate Watergate committee it was "pure
and innocent coincidence" that financial
records of President Nixon's re-election
See EHRLICHMAN, Page 1

Former prosecutor may have
istory of defrauding clients
By DAVID BURHENN PAUL BRAUNLICH, a Monroe attorney, former prosecutor revolve around th
An investigation has revealed that for- will conduct the prosecution of Williams same theme-that Williams used mone
mer assistant Washtenaw County prosecu- when his case comes to trial. Braunlich entrusted to him by clients for his ow
for Booker Williams, arrested on Monday :onducted an investigation into the affair purposes.
for embezzlement, may have had a prior at the request of Washtenaw County prose-
history of defrauding both his clients and cutory William Delhey, who felt there was Williams could not be reached for com
those of fellow attorneys. a possibility .of conflict of interest if he ment on the allegations last night.
Williams, now in private practice in conducted the probe.
Ypsilanti, was charged with embezzling One of a number of sources active in ONE SOURCE said,"He has given m
nearly $8,000 from a woman whogae ocleg afisndatdtt"tws checks on trust accounts, and the check
neary $,000fro a wmanwhogave local legal affairs indicated tat "it was have bounced. That indicates to me tho
him the money to pay off a mortgage on a matter of time" until Williams was he either stole the money or used it to
a house she was going to buy. His arrest arrested. "He just couldn't keep it covered
followed the revelation that only $1,000 any longer" something else. Just last year we won
of the sum had been paid. Most of the complaints regarding the See FORMER Page 10

e
y
a
n-
te
Es
at
a

,..., ...... s.. ... s . . X

Back to Top

© 2022 Regents of the University of Michigan