WASHINGTON - John Ehrlichman yester-
day filed a motion for either a new trial or
acquittal in the Ellsberg breakin case on the
grounds that the presiding judge made "facial
expressions and other "gestures" that reflect-
ed unfavorably on Ehrlichman's credibility.
Lawyers for Ehrlichman, formerly President
Nixon's domestic adviser, also claimed U. S.
District Judge Gerhard Gesell improperly in-
structed the jury which in part led to his con-
viction on conspiracy and lying charges.
WASHINGTON - A federal judge yesterday
refused to overturn a presidential restriction
barring former Teamsters chief James Hoffa
from returning to union office. U. S. District
Judge John Pratt said President Nixon acted
within his constitutional powers in commut-
ing Hoffa's prison sentence in December 1971
on condition that the former Teamsters presi-
dent not participate in union affairs until 1980.
WASHINGTON -- Government attorneys
rested their case against California Lt. Gov.
Ed Reincke yesterday after reading sworn
testimony indicating he earlier lied about the
date he first talked with John Mitchell about
an ITT offer to help finance the 1972 Republi-
can National Convention. U. S. District Court
Judge Barrington Parker also denied a second
motion by defense attorney James Cox to dis-
miss the perjury trial. Reinecke is charged
with lying to the Senate Judiciary Committee
about the ITT offer with Mitchell, who then
was attorney general.
DECATUR, Ill. - A string of tank cars ex-
ploded and burst into flames in a Decatur rail-
road yard yesterday, injuring more than 100
persons, causing extensive damage and wide-
spread evacuation. Hospitals said 120 persons
were treated for injuries and 15 victims were
admitted. There were no deaths reported.
Windows were shattered several blocks away
and some houses were damaged. A high
school gymnasium under construction col-
The weekend weather looks good. Today will
be sunny with a high in the 80's and a cool
and overcast night with a low in the 50's. To-
morrow will bring more of the same changing
to scattered showers by Monday with a high
again in the 80's and a low in the 60's.
Marilyn Young and Janet
Goldwasser will speak and show
slides about women's liberation
in China at 8 p.m. in the As-
sembly Hall of the Union. The
program is sponsored by US-
China People's Friendship As-
For free music and dance,,
stop in at "Lighthouse," at the
first Presbyterian Church on
Washtenaw between Hill and
South U. The special feature
this weekend is theatre read-
ings. The activities begin at 8
p.m. and last until 11:30.
Today at 3 p.m. WCBN, 89.5
FM, broadcasts Clyde Belle-
court's, American Indian Move-
ment Leader, speech before the
Third World People's Solidarity
Conference held at the Univer-
sity in February.
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And those baby fawns, rabbits, Follow all the rules of safety and
squirrels and trees need a safe, happy caution-just like any other place where
home. They need a place where they can there are children at play.
grow up strong and healthy.
Like babes everywhere.:
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