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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, August 11, 1976

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East coast cleans
up after hurricane

Witnesses testify at Postill trial

(COntitedfr -n Pus Ie
us sid Suffolk County .ect-
tive John Klein.
IN NEW JERSEY, Belle pro-
vided cootr for the first suc-
cessful escape from Trenton
State P'risorn in more than 15
years. A prison spokesman said
an inmate serving a life sen-
tence sawed oat of his cell, ran
across the roof of the prison and
jumped 30 feet to the ground.
The storm had knocked out one
of the lights on ja neurhy gurd
tower, ohscured vision sit made
so much noise that the guard
on the tower noticed nothing
even though the imonte must

have been no more than 8 or
10 feet away, the spokesman
said
In Paxtn, Mass.< a lrige tree
crashed through the roaf of a
trailer home and smashed a
crib where Joshua Mello, 1,2
was sleeping. Joshua wasn't
urI. His grandmother, Irene St.
Onge, explained that instead of
sleeping the way he usually
does--with his head at the bot-
tom of the crib-Joshua had
squirmed about, just out of the
path of the tree. "It's a miracle
he wasn't killed," said Mrs. St.
Onge. The rest of the family
also escaped injury.

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(c'niiuei from Pue ,
where he received Postill's
version of the incident.
"My understanding was that
we were just going to forget
about it and leave," Dexter
said, addressing Postill's attor-
ney Neal Bush.
Postill then returned to the
hall. "I heard a thud," said
Dexter. "t then turned and
saw the sheriff on the floor;
IBaysinger was kicking him."
THE DEFENSE later estab-
lished that Postill had been
kicked three times.
Senate to
invesigate
Rosell'i death
WAStIING;TON (1/P)- The
Senate Select Committee on In-
telligence aisked the Justice
Department yesterday to in-
vestigate the niurder of John
Roselli, a mobster who had told
Senate inves tig~tsrs about his
involvement in CIA plots to
kill Culban 'rime Minister Fi-
del Castro.
A committee spokesman also
confirmed that Roselli had
made a secret appearance in
April before Senate investiga-
tors probing the assassination
of President John Kennedy.
Roselli's body was identified
Sunday after it had been found
in a chain-wrapped oil drum
floating in Biscayne Bay off
Miami. Dade County, Fla., of-
ficials said Roselli had died of
asphyxiation and called it a
gangland-style slaying.

Dexter, a friend of Baysing-
er's for nine years, added that
he'd heard laughter while the
sheriff was being kicked.
Another witness, Deputy
Sheriff T'homas Spiss, testified
that he was attempting to calm
Baysinger upon his entry into
the hull after the initial fight
when Postill ordered him to
obtain Baysinger's identification
saying "lHe's under arrest."
'"I DIDN'T act, so he (the
sheriff) started tup the stairs
(in the reception hell foyer)
saying 'Basil you're under ar-
rest. --
Spiss said he was then shov-
ed nut of the room by someone
who told him, "'fhis could mean
your job."
At this point Postill left the
Idl, major witness Raymond
Fialkowski testified during his
honv-oig examination. The
sheriff was followed to his car
h F 1 ialkowski, Donley, and
irdXetp0R
'otned oPe U
nessee and Robert Dole of Kan-
sas and Govs.' Christopher
Bond of Missouri and Robert
Ray of Iowa.
FORD'S asking possible run-
ring mates for information is
the second step in his selec-
tion process, one that resem-
bles Democratic presidential
nominee Jimmy Carter's search
for a vice presidential candi-
date,
. Ford announced the public
portions of his selection proce-

William Peters.
POSTILL called in to the
Chelsea police station on the
radio in his car and requested
that they send a squad car,
according to Fialkowski. Ie
and the others who had accom-
panied him out side then re-
turned to the reception hall.
Donley grabbed Baysinger
around the knees while Postill
attempted to handcuff him,
Fialkowski stated.
Be then clarified Dexter's
testimony by relating his own
version of Baysinger's attack
on Postill.
"Baysinger said 'Leave me
alone' as Postill tried to 'cuff
him," Fialkowski said. "He
turned and punched the sheriff
in the mouth. Then the sheriff
fell against me and down the
steps, his mouth bleeding"
HE ADDED, "~exter took
him outside and then the police
came"
ds his vice-
dare after challenger Ronald
Reagan announced his surpris-
ing choice of Pennsylvania
Sen. Richard Schweiker as his
running mate.
Former Texas Gov. John Con-
nally has been prominently
mentioned as a possible rm-
ni ng mate for Ford. Ie as
discussed his prospects for be-
ing on a Ford ticket with the
President, but Connally has no
said he has been formally ask
ed for information.
B U C K LEY, the Republi
can - Conservative senator,
said throught a spokesman yes-
terday that he told White house
aides on Monday night he would
prefer to focus on his re-elec-
tion campaign, but that he did
not flatly reject any possibility
of being on the GOP ticket.
B u c k le y' s spokesman,
Tim Lanigan, said the senator
did not flatly reject the White
house overture.
"He said hefelt honored, but
that he felt he could serve best
by staying in the Senate," Lani-
gan said. "But he didn't ask to
be ruled out completely"
BR O O K E, the only black
known to be on Ford's list, told
White- House aides he was not
interested in anything but his
campaign to retain his seat
from Massachusetts in 1978.
Brock also rejected the Ford
request, saying he wanted to
concentrate on his re-election
campaign this fall.
Weicker spokesmen would
not comment on statements the
Connecticut senator made dur-
ing the Watergate hearings that
he is eligible for president or
vice president because he was
born in Paris France, to
-American parents.
The U. S. Constitution says
that "No person except a na-
tural born citizen . . . shall be
eligible for the office of presi-
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