THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Thursday, November 1, 1973
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Watergate tapes reported lost
(Continued from Page 1) the conversation was being taped.
He said a federal prosecutor try- He said they discussed the Wat-!
ing the Vesco case in New York tergate affair and the President
told him by telephone that Buzhardt told him he had been joking when
had mentioned possible technical he made a previous comment about
problems with that tape. how easy it would be to get a mil-
lion dollars as "hush money" for'
COX SAID THAT immediately af- defendants accused of bugging
ter the April 15 meeting Nixon dic- Democratic Party headquarters.
tated a recording giving a sum-
mary of what took place. He said LATER, HE SAID, Nixon told
prosecutors also were seeking this him in a barely audible tone he
hnd been foolish to disciuss Hlem-
HE SAID IN a statement that
only his threat to resign from the
post he then held as deputy attor-
ney general resulted in Nixon
changing his mind and allowing an
appeal to be filed.
Kleindienst's statement followed
press disclosure - confirmed by
the White House - that President
Nixon had ordered the justice de-
partment not to press its case
The New York Times reported
the President had used a vulgar
word in a telephone conversation
with Kleindienst and said "Can't
you understand English?' The
White House called the press report
distorted but acknowledged the
President had given the order.
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The conversation with Dean took
place on April 15 and the former
!White House aide has testified the
President began by asking him
leading question, making him think
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ency for Watergate defendant Ho-
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The conversation with Mitchell
was in a telephone call three days
after the bugging of Democratic
Party headquarters in June lastj
In another Watergate develop-
ment yesterday, former Attorney KLEINDIENST IN his statement
General Richard Kleindienst said yesterday said that as a result of
he threatened to resign in 1971 aft- the leak he had been wrongly ac-
er President Nixon ordered him to cused of giving false information to
drop an anti-trust case against the the Senate Judiciary Committee at
International Telephone and Tele- the time of his nomination to be at-
graph Company (ITT). torney general.
Sadat issues terms
(Continued from Page 1) were well known to the Israelis and
will not accept the presence of to the Egyptians.
(Israeli) pockets on the west bank "We will not stand by but will
under the excuse that talks are take the appropriate measures as
under way," he said. dictated by the situation," the
He said the. Israelis had grabbed President said.
extra land in violation of the first He said a return to 'the Oct. 22
ceasefire called by the United Na- 1 ceasefire lines and disengagement
tions Security Council on Oct. 22. of athe two armies were essential
pre-requisites for the start of peace
HE SAID THE lines of Oct. 22 talks.
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Move. Sell all that junk and get
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AKADAMA MAMA EXPOSES
HER GREEN THUMB.
Dear Akadama Mama:
The other night I had a terrific
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When I asked what was in-it, they told
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. . $48.50
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The way I keep my cut flowers
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The Vodkadama is one of my
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Sen. William Saxbe (R-Ohio) flashes a broad grin as he emerges
from a meeting with President Nixon yesterday. Saxbe is expected
to be named attorney general, replacing Elliot Richardson who
resigned 11 days ago.
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