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Page Ten

THE SUMMER DAILY

Wednesday, July 25, 1973

CONTRADICTS NIXON
E L N Ehrlichman testifies

t ronted triom
monv that a provision of the
U. S. Code was sufficient author-
ity for the break-in of Ellsberg's-
psychiatrist's office.
TIlE CHAIRMAN argued that
the pros ision of lass' pertained
onl to wiretap disclosures and
has nothing to do with bur-
glary."
Ehrliclhman and his . attorney,
John Wilson, argued that a for-
eign intelligence activities clause
could permit the burglary.
"The foreign intelligence ac-
tivities had nothing to do with
the opinion of Ellsberg's psy-
chiatrist about his intellectual or
e m o t ion al or psychologi-

cal state said Ervin.
"IIOW DO yott know that, Mr.
Chairman?' Ehrlichman asked.
"Because I can understand the
English language " Ervin re-
joined. '-My tmother taught me."
As the day's session ended, Er-
vin told Wilson he'd agree to lis-
ten today when Ehrlichnman re-
sones his testimonv to further
argttments on hosw the provision
of law cstld embrace the burg-
lary.
IN ANNOUNCING that the
President wilt challenge sub-
poenas demanding relevant tapes
and documents, Deputy White
louse Press Secretary Gerald
Warren refused to prornise that

Skyjackers captured
after 5-day journey

Nixon isoutld respect any siPecific
court ruling enfarcing the sub-
ptenas.
"TIhe President abides b the
Ia,'' Warren told newsmett, but
said, "I an not gaing to get into
any hypothetictil discussion on
this particular case because we
are at a particular stage in a
versvcomplex legal sitaution."
'ihe legal sit'atiion, possibly
the nost critical and complex
crisis in the historv of the gov-
ernmetnt, arises from three sub-
poenas served on the President
by Ers-in's committee and spe-
cial Watergate prosecutor Archi-
bald Cox, demanding that Nixiut
release White Ilouse documents
and tapes related to Watergate.
NIXON HAS until 10 a.m.,
EDT', tomsorrows'tInrespoted isote
three subpoenas, i s s a e d last
night.
Warren said Nixon would re-
spond by that time and that his
response would be consistent
with his past refusal to produce
White House material.
IN OTHER Watergate develop-
ments, a federal judge yesterday
gave Nixon's campaign fund-
raisers until Sept. 28 to submit
a list of secret contributors to
his 1972 re-election campaign to
the clerk of the house of Repre-
sentatives.
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The city police have released this composite sketch of a suspect
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20-25 years old, five feet eight inches tall, and weighs about 210
bs. Persons with information should call the police at 769-6311.
VIA goes bankrupt
amd legNhal hassles

(Continued froii t Ii t )ge
Abdul Wahab Santani, governor
of Benghazi, said the hijackers
were being interogated. But he
declined to say what action, if
any, the revolutionary regime of
Col. Moammar Khadafy might
take.
Libya in the past has given
shelter to Palestinian hijackers
and is a leading supporter of the
guerrilla movement.
Htowever, in Beirut a commni-
que by the Palestinian news
agency Wafa said an investiga-
tion would be made "to unmask
those who stood behind the inci-
dent and their motives."
It said, "This incident, hav-
ing no nationalistic justification
whatsoever and serving none of
the goals of the Palestine revolu-
tion, harms the struggle and the
prestige of the Palestinians."
A woman with the hijackers
was killed accidentally at t h e
outset by a grenade she w as ca
ri l her handbag.
The iontan was described ho
ces- iemisters as a bloside it
about 30 ho apparently spoke
no English. They expressed be-
lief she was a latin American,
Throughout the ordeal the pas-
sengers were not told ihere tle
were going oir s-hat the guerrilla
wanted. The goevrillas reportedly
demanded the release of Japan
ese terrorist Ko-o Okamoto, now
in prison in Israel, and a ran-
si" of $2 million.
'They talked and talked about
Israel, about imperialism, about
the Japanese 'red army,' the

Jews, the United States, the Jap
anese " said Itolgar Gauger, a
Gernen businessman from Brus-
sels.
But the hijackers apparently
never defined their aims, In
Tokyo Transport Minister Torasa-
buro Shintani said his govern-
ment made every attempt to find
out the hijackers' demands but
could learn nothing. No condi-
tions, such as ransom, were de-
manded, he said.
Many of the passengers suf-
fered cuts and bruises as they
ran to safety through the prickly
shrubs at the edge of the run-
way, but none was seriously in-
jured.
All of the hostages appeared
worn out by their ordeal as thev
assembled in t Benghazi a i r
terminal to be driven into the
city

(cmirtinuied fr(.m .Pag r;,
but to complicate iatters f ist
the. the ne IIproiissed trip
wais $16 chener er stdents thuns
th oriil Jarnaica star, f-li
itesti the cass hsI alreits
]?aid.,
VtA is-ie 'a r' i--cs te
differs' i ' sets si n ree'?
to tie N 5s55,l lye " 'r'ssen't, -'d
to retrn t's f'l -ist Is s 1ens
whI chose n lt iss"
1loweier, r, ,cc r ingt 1(;┬░llcr.
1 olnes er cis' int ' lstev
neiti' hets'sn the st''dets
and th VIA is-is'ininroi ltive."
X-HF'OFiSON Geltr ard the
students filed sit i iiOakland
Co'ent- Circuit I(irt.
TheI 1s firm of Ilives and
Goldstein .wich fortiirly renre
sented VI A in the stidents' slit,
rn s11s i Ist hsas terminated its
relatioinshini i th lt Is agenscy,
even thou"" 1 the'"uitnit-e dssm-
ages" and t"me-natlssguish" ele-
ments of the suit have not been
settled.
Geller is the athr of one of
the students involved,.
IF VIA WINS its b-stkrssotcv
bid, it will apparently be relieved

of responsibility for any further
damage clains aris ing from the
The 5rav- agenco s checkered
hiso y s- es realed in a Laitly
ins estigstiiin published in May'
VIA aroused the ire of the Uni-
versit Activities Center (UAC)
when l the travel agency raised its
f r 410 per student on a UAC-
spIn (n)ored flight to Acapulco the
d;s before departure.
WIHILE THE price incsease
WaI s legal under a contract
cliise allowing for increases on
flights not filled to capacity,
UAC President Chris White com-
plained that her organization
sh is i t dhave been consulted
about the move.
UA', which had previousl- ar-
ranged many flights through the
VIA, suspended its relationship
sith the travel agency about a
mthsago.
Nicholas Vartaric, VIA treas-
lrer, and other spokespersons for
the agency could not be located
for comment on either the law-
suit or the financial collapse of
their organization.

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