The Bridgeport Telegram from Bridgeport, Connecticut on January 9, 1975 · Page 17
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The Bridgeport Telegram from Bridgeport, Connecticut · Page 17

Bridgeport, Connecticut
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Thursday, January 9, 1975
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Judge Bars Commercial Use Of Nixon Watergate Tapes WASHINGTON (AP) - The White House tapes played at the Watergate cover-up trial cannot be made available for broadcasting and home recordings at this time, a federal juoge ruled wedne U.S. Dislrirl I,, A. Gesell said appl laneti to come up with a plan t< make the tapes public tha would prevent com 8H0P AT 8EARS AND 8AVE L SatujacitoA QuanMtti «K or Your Money B«* mercialization or undigniliedj use. • The three television , net-' works, the Public Broadcasting System and a record firm' had been told by the judge last Dec. 5 to come up with a plan "which does not permit over-commercialization of the evidence." In response, they submitted plans recently. ine proposals will not be 'I Searsl ; i — _ja 23 -pc. Metric Socket Set Regular *25.99 SAVE»30 Craftsman l| Bench I Grinder IQ 99 Regular $79.W Develops Y3 HP. Two bx%. wheels. Fully enclosed. Sears OA Handy Craftsman set is perfect for the mechanic with a foreign flair. Features 23 precision made metric sockets, chrome-plated to resist rust. OPEN DAILY lOiOOo.m. 'til 9;00 p.m accepted," Gesell ruled. Gesell said "the burden is upon the applicants to come lorwara witn a satistactory plan to be administered without profit by some agency or person prerequisite to any plan that commercialization of the tapes or any undignified use of the material be minimized. "Applicants have failed to consider these matters. 1 Craftsman 8-gal. Wet/Dry Vac 2749 Regular *54.99 Picks . up-1 bushel dry, 4 gallons wet. Automatic shut-off when picking up water. 6-ft. hose. M mm | 1958 BRIDGEPORT Lafayette Plaza ORANGE tiAM, aoaawx and 00. »o Boston fost Kd. At Issue are 28 White House ecordings played at the recently concluded trial of John Mitcneti, m.k. tiameman. John D. Ehrlichman, Robert C. Mardian and Kenneth W. Park inson. Former President Richard M. Nixon is one of the participants in all the conversa- Gesell had ruled iri December that while the applicants no constitutional right to the tapes, they had "come into the public domain and the' public should have the opportunity to near tnem. ' But he warned at the time that before the tapes could be released certain obstacles had to be overcome, such as remov ing material that was excluded from the iurv. Anticipating a heavy demand for copies, he said the -court clerk's office was not equipped SAVJEM GUARANTEED 3-WAYS Regular •9.99 GUARANTEED 5-WAYS Regular 1-Coat Latex Flat Paint •11.99 24-Colors HAMDEN 2301 Dixwell Ave. MANCHESTER Shopping Parkade 5 99 7 Gallon 1-Coat Latex Fashion Flat 99 Gallon Interior Paint Guarantee I ' I Spot I Mm No. Cotnrf.«t 1-Co.t >MlnHe Pnr»MUty 90005 «/ / / </ 5-Yra. 86005 / / , «/ EASTFIELD MALL Springfield s NORWALK* l| 90 Wall St with trained personnel and suggested the applicants suggest a "satisfactory mechanism and procedure." In his order Wednesday, Gesell said the applicants "sug gest no responsible agency or person io aaminister tne. pi and merely undertake to pla all of these problems back the court which is not equipped witn necessary lunds, tech nology or manpower." 0 0000 0 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ — ' — ' ^— ' v— -r f ^rv^vz^rvz^ wmilllll HI I HI MB 111 H II HI II 1 ■ ' HBSSn - * • 1 «t* : BRIDGEPORT TELEGRAM, Thursday, January 9, 1975 ell denied all pending ap plications for the tapes "with out prejudice" — meaning the matter can be raised again transferred the case back to U.S. District John J. Sirica, who was unable to handle the tapes applicat at the time they were warded because he was busy with the cover-up In their response to judge's original request, networks had said they tapes Involved. The Watergate special prosecutor's office has estimated the length of playing time at about 15 hours. mated there were 18-22 hours of [barrels a day YOU SAVE MONEY AT SEARS OIL OUTPUT DOWN CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Venezuela's dally crude oil production for 1974 averaged 2,-976.800 barrels a day through Dec. 25, the Ministry of Mines and Hydrocarbons announced. This was lli/2 per cent dawn from the 1973 figure of 3,364,8-15 Sale Ends iSat. 2 PRICE Imagine . . . $44 for a Craftsman 74 pc. Standard Tool Set SAVE ; % Regular •87.99 44 Now, you can. have a 74-pc. tool aet for a tremendous low price! Set features %-in. and ^-in. drive quick-release ratchets, %-in., %4n. ami ^•in. drive 12-pt. eocketa, a spark plug socket, a 10.pc. combfawtioa ignition wrench set, a 5-pe. magnetic insert kit, ■ 14-pc hex key aet. with blades and s sturdy met*) tool box. . . -v> Guaranteed Siih— 111 ha^awhaiwnaaanJnanalrytnMaataaitoali 11 ulaluli < wffatuui or return (or free repUewml. Uwe Sear* Eauy Payment Plan k *!=r>v- ■ " Guarantee*: fsB| W»sfiu <H«eled. II p«inli feu grt your x< tttrj xkhl- kttk. when applied atce nDfi fnfmrij fn^tn4 surface* WEST HARTFORD Corbin'» Corner ■ MIDDLETOWN* S22MainSt. WEST SPRINGFIELD 135 Memorial Ave. WESTFIELD* v * These stores close at 5t30 Tuesday, Wtdrmdoy and Serturdoy 44 Main St. WATERBURY $ Naugatuck Valley Mall f D ANBURY • 1M Main St. «-A 4 Claims Filed Against the City On Damaged Cars Four more claims of damaee done to private autos as a result of city employe action or official neglect have been taken under study by the Common'Council as part of a hew batch of damage claims received this week. ne, Richard Drury of 298 William street is claiming damages as a result of a policeman ordering his car towed away from was situated on Frank street, and it being conn ed in a junk yard. Mr. Drury says the car was worth $750, and the policeman failed to try Hard enough to find who owned It. : James L. Braswell of Marina Village is claiming $450 for damage done to his parked car when hit in the rear by a police car in front of his home. ,j Mrs. John Clarkson of 30 Clarkson street asked , for $101 for damage done to her parked car when it was hit by a city garbage truck. Mrs. Caryl G. Morgan of 26 Sims street asked for $352 to pay for damage done to her car in a collision blamed on a defective traffic light. It was driven by her son-in-law, Rohert Oraze.' another kind of case, Mario Guerrerra, of 219 Folino drive, asked for $200 to cover the cost of replacing a defectively in stalled city sewer line. All of the requests were assigned by the Council for study by its Claims committee, headed by Alderman Joseph . Mas-tronardi Jr., R-133rd. . ( UofH to Increase Tuition for '75-76 WEST HARTFORD (UP1). Citing "severe . inflationary pressures," the University? of Hartford announced Wednesday increase in tuition rates ifor the 1975-76 academic year. ■ University President ,A.M. Woodruff, said, however; full time students -who .enrolled during the current school year will face no tuition increase next school year. With the exception of a $100 increase at Samuel I. 'Ward Technical collcee, all other returning full time students who enrolled prior to the 1974-75 year will face a 5150 increase in their tuitions which currently 'range • Irom ji;iw to.^.auu. Incoming freshmen for the 1975-76 academic year, ■ plus transfer students, will be assessed next year $250 above the current full time rate of-$2,250 in the areas , of arts .and-sciences, business, education.' and engineering. .' .; •: 1 he scnool also lntroaueea a ;w tuition-credit plan 1 for .the 1975-76 year. . ! Full time students, enrolling for the first time, -may ' earn credits of $50 a semester Uor semester spent.-at college, credit, which would involve emesters all told, would be ed to the senior, year's tui tion in the amount1 of $300. Democrats Elect, Speaker in Vermont MONTPF.UER, Vt. fUPI) — Democrats overcame' a Republican majority in the Ver- House or Representatives Wednesday and elected the first Democratic speaker since tne Republican party was formed in .1858. nmotny 0. u eonnor, ot urat-tleboro, defeated Republican candidate Emory. A. Hebard.'of Glover, by a vote of- 77-63. Ten write-in votes went to Orrin Beattie, of Manchester, a liberal Republican who had lost the party's nomination to Glover. Gov. Thomas P. Salmon, a Democrat, said O'Connor's vic tory showed "the Democratic party in Vermont has come of Democrats elected their first U.S. senator in the tra-dionally Republican state last November. O'Connor promised to run the house, which has a small Republican majority, in a non-partisan manner and' in dicated Republicans would probably continue to have 'he ma- TOUGH TIMES ATLANTA (UP1) Newspapermen in the South suf fered along with the rest of the population aunng tne early aays ot Reconstruction. The editor of the Athens Watchman, a weekly, complained in print that he not only had to be his own. printer, proofreader, pressman and printer's devil, but he also had to rush out at noon and borrow a quarter for his lunch. STOP "SMOKING" The Easy, Inexpensive Way! MORNING & EVENING CLASSES IN MILFORD & FAIRFIELD c, 877-0690

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