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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, August 1, 1974

l~oge Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursdoy, August 1, 1974

Ehrichman sentenced to
20 months to five years

Turkey violates Cypriot truce

(Coatinued from Page 1)
"You were duped by high
government officials," Gesell
told them, "and your good
names have been tarnished. You
already have served time for
similar conduct and the court
feels you have been adequately
punished."
LIDDY WAS legal counsel for
Nixon's 1972 re-election cam-
paign and former aide at the
White House and the Treasury
Department. His new sentence
will overlap the 20-year Water-
gate term and is unlikely to
mean any additional jail 'ime.
The plumbers unit broke into
Fielding's office on Sept 3, 1971
in quest of the psychiatrists
files on Ellsberg. It occurred
after Elsberg had leaked the
Pentagon papers on the origin
of U S involvement in Vietnam
Dairy head
admits guilt
in bribery
I on itt f imPre].
NORMAN SHiEMAN for
mer vice presidential press sec
retary to Huimphrey, was
charged on Tuesday along with
his partner John Valentine with
aiding and abetting the $82,000
donation.
Sherman and Valentine were
partners who ran the computer
mail firm that received the
money and supplied the political
lists.
Nelson faces a possible maxi-
mum penalty of five years in
jail and a $10,000 fine on his
guilty plea.
A LAWYER, Nelson also
stands to lose his license to
practice law, although he has
not been a practicing attorney
for years.
Nelson, 56, of San Antonio,
Tex., was released without bond
in the custody of his lawyer, An-
thony Nicholas.
Nelson's second - in - com-
mand at the cooperative, Da-
vid Parr, pleaded guilty last
week to a single felony count
of conspiring to donate corpor-
ate money to several federal
candidates, including some of
the donations that figures in
Nelson's guilty plea.
BOTH NELSON and Parr
were stripped of power in Jan-
uary 1972 by the farm group's
board of directors, who were
unhappy over their extravagant
spending for such things as
lavish political dinners and jet
planes.
Named as part of the con-
spiracy with Nelson were Parr,
Lilly, Jacobson, Robert Isham
and Stuart Russell. Russell, an
Oklahoma City lawyer who
works for the Milk Producers,
has denied that he knowingly
took part in the Milk Produc-
ers complex scheme to hide
donations through the use of
phony legal fees.
Isham, former comptroller of
the Milk Producers, was given
immunity at the same time as
Lilly and has given damaging
testimony against his one-time
bosses.
Daily OfficiaI Bulletin
Thursdav, August
Day Calendar
WUOM: Panel discussion, "Na-
tional Energy & Environmenta
Needs," with Sen. E. Muskie &
Chief J. Sawhiu, Federat Enegy

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and before Ellsberg went on
trial for releasing gover:ment
secrets. Ellsbergs case was d&1-
missed when the burglary of his
doctor's office by government
agents was revealed.
Former W h i t e House aide
Charles Colson had been a co-
defendant in the Fielding break-
in case but pleaded guilty short-
ly before the trial to a reduced
charge of trying. to influence
Ellsberg's trial by disseminat-
ing derogatory information
about him. Colson said Nixon
urged him to do it.
At the White House deputv
press secretary Gerald Warrei
said, "We don't feel it would be
appropriate to comment" on the
sentencing while Ehrlichman is
appealing his conviction.
if
you
see
news
happen
call
76-DAILY

(Continued trom Page 3)
square-mile w e d g e stretching
from Turkish Cypriot section of
Nicosia to a 15-mile beachhead
along the northern coast on
both sides of Kyrenia.
The drawing up of mutually
acceptable cease-fire lines was
an integral part of the Geneva
agreement signed by the foreign
ministers of Britain, Greece
and Turkey on Tuesday.
The accord also provides for
an indefinite partition of the
island under Greek Cypriot and
Turkish Cypriot administrations,
the indefinite presence of the
Turkish invasion force and cre-
ation of a buffer zone around
the areas controlled by the
Turks. There was stilltsoagree-
ment on the size of the buffer
zone.
GREEK CYPRIOTS strongly
ROSE LOVERS
CHICAGO UPI - The rose
was chosenrnatinal flower in a
Chicago Tribune putt, leading
the marigold by a -better than
2 to 1 margin. Of almost 1,500
readers who voted, 43.4 per
cent chose the rose, compared
with 19.5 per cent for the mari
gold.
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criticized the pact because 'hey
claim it allows the Turks to
keep all the territory taken
since they invaded, while it
forces the Greek Cypriot na-
tional guard to give up Tusk sh
Cypriot enclaves and villages
captured during the fighting,
Clerides so far has remained
silent on the accord saying he
wishes first to study it com-
pletely.
In Kyrenia, the windows of
many shops were smashed and
Turkish troops were still taking
what they w a n t e d. Turkih

Cypriot officials in the city be-
gan a cleanup campaign sweep-
ing broken glass and olter
rubble from the streets.
U.N. peacekeeping fto r ce s
were working with the Interna-
tional Red Cross to try to aid
civilians caught in unfriendly
territory. Large concentrations
of Greek Cypriot civilians were
isolated in Kyrenia and smaller
cities under Turkish control.
Some 1,500 Turkish Cyprlets
were being held in a football
stadium in the Greek Cypriot
town of Limassol.

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