Milestones Mar. 1, 1999

FACING EXTRADITION. IRA EINHORN, 58, '60s antiwar activist wanted for the 1977 murder of his girlfriend; in Bordeaux, France. An appeals court agreed to a longstanding request from the U.S. for extradition on condition that Einhorn not be subjected to the death penalty. His lawyers said they would appeal the ruling to a higher French court.

POSTHUMOUSLY PARDONED. HENRY O. FLIPPER, the Army's first black commissioned officer; for an 1882 military conviction for conduct unbecoming an officer; by President Clinton; in Washington.

DIED. JOHN EHRLICHMAN, 73, pugnacious Nixon domestic-affairs adviser and leak plugger who was imprisoned for his role in Watergate;...

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