Thursday, March 1, 1973
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the Watergate investigation. He did
not say who on his staff prepared
the letter which came to him two
days after the June 17 bugging was
The FBIs activities in the Water-
gate case arose during the first day
of Gray's appearance before thei
Judiciary Committee which is
examining his credentials to be
the permanent director of the FBI.
Gray, who has been acting direc-
tor for the past 10 months, was
nominated by Nixon for the per-
manent post on Feb. 16.
Gray gave assurances to they
committee that, if confirmed, the
V' m m;gryr
speeches for President Nixon dur-
ing last fall's election campaign.
Despite his statements, Sen.
Robert Byrd (D-W. Va.), a Demo-
cratic leader and committee mem-
ber, again said he would not vote
for Gray because he still believes
the acting director is too political
for the job.
"The politicalization of the FBI
is tantamount to setting up an
American Gestapo," said Byrd.
Gray said he first learned of the
Watergate bugging at mid-day June
17 while on the West Coast for a
"I was first told it was a robbery,
FBI Watergate files opened to Senate;
Director Gray denies political inference
agency would remain nonpolitical then a bombing, and then that
as he said it had been during the listening device was found," he
48-year tenure of his predecessor, said. "I told him (Mark Felt, the
the late J. Edgar Hoover. No. 2 man in the FBI) to go to the
He also denied he made political hilt and spare no horses in the
He said later in the day, he
learned that James McCord, a
former FBI agent and security co-
ordinator for the Republican Na-
tional committee, was involved in
the Watergate break-in and bug-
"I knew that we were in a situa-
tion that could have all kinds of
possibilities," he said. "I was not
a naive jackass that I didn't know
the integrity of the FBI was going
to be on the line."
He said he gave the Watergate
investigation the highest priority,
with no restrictions or limitations.
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N. Vietnam assures Sec. Rogers
POW release to be resumed soon
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on Vietnam. In holding up the
release, the Communists claimed
the other side was not abiding by
the cease-fire and was failing to
provide for the safety of the Com-
By North Vietnamese reckon-
ing, 422 American prisoners re-
main to be released.
Although a pattern of compro-
mise appeared to have emerged
on the prisoner issue, Robert Mc-
Closkey, spokesman for the U.S.
delegation, emphasized that Rog-
ers himself had made no bargain
with North Vietnam. Rogers was
given the North Vietnamese as-
surances on prisoner releases dur-
ing a 30-minute session with For-
eign Minister Nguyen Duy Trinh,
As the two were meeting, an-
other conference was taking place
-between the foreign ministers of
the two rival South Vietnamese re-
gimes, Tran Van Lam of Saigon
and Mrs. Nguyen Thi Binh of the
Viet Cong's Provisional Revolu-
tionary Government. McCloskey
said he did not know what was
discussed between them.
Rogers, Trinh, Lam and Mrs.
Binh came together at the Inter-
national Conference Center in
downtown Paris and discussed the
dispute that had led Hanoi and the
Viet Cong to suspend prisoner re-
Rogers was under President Nix-
on's orders to sort out the prisoner
issue before transacting any new
business in a 12nation conference
that is expected by the weekend to
endorse the Vietnam peace agree-
The endorsement is to be em-
bodied in an international declara-
tion being drafted by U. S. and
A committee of the whole con-
ference will meet today to look
at the document they have pre-
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