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Page Ten
Magruder: Mitchell
approved bugging

THE SUMMER DAILY

Wednesday, June 6, 19 73
Cable TV manager
causes turmoil in
local station staff

(Contnnued Ifrom Page i)
prosecutors an account of how
the wiretapping h a d b e e n
pianed.
According to the Magruder ver-
sion, Mitchell approved the wire-
tapping reluctantly after more
elaborate schemes of political
espionage also proposed by liddy
had been rejected.
The approval n-as given orally
at a meeting of Mitchell, Magru-
der and LaRue in late March,
1972, the account went on. Mit-
chell also gave oral approval to
wiretap the Democratic conven-
tion offices at the Fountainbleau
hotel in Maimi Beach, Fla., and
the Washington headquarters of
Sen. George McGovern's presi-
dential campaign according to
the account.
"MAGRUDER described this
as non-decision," Ehrlichmann
said. "Really nobody was terribly
enthusiastic with the 'indertaking
but they had to i'i smething to
acquire general information about
the opposition and it was almost
decided by default is the impli-
cation."
Meanwhile yesterday, a White
House spokesman said there will
be a review of whether logs d'e-
tailing conversations between
Nixon and Dean will be made
available to Watergate prosecu-
tors. Deputy Press Secretary
Gerald Warren had said on Mon-
day the logs would not be made
available.
Yesterday, Warren said that
statement had been an erroneous
interpretation on his part of what
he had been authorized to say;
namely that the logs were presi-
dential papers and therefore not
subject to subpoena.
THE LOGS became important
after it was reported that Dean
was prepared to testify that he
had met with Nixon 35 to 40 times
to discuss aspects of the coverup.
The White louse has said re-
peatedly that the President knew
nothing of the coverup.
fO rfAICPKI!CrT

IN THEN]MEANTIME, a former
aide in the Nixon re-election
campaign told the Senate Waler-
gate committee that he put docu-
ments labeled "Gemstone"-the
code word for political espionage
papers- into a file intended for
use at - meeting with Mitchell.
Robert I eisner, at one time an
aide to Magruder, said the Gem-
stone material wvent into a file
of "things Mr. Magruder wished
to take up to Mr. Mitchell."
Reisner told the senators that
a copy of each paper that went
through him to Mitchell was
copied and the duplicate went to MITCHI
II. R. (Bob) Haldeman, Nixon's knew o
chief of staff. plans.
"We were working for the
President who was the candi-
date," he said, "so we were
providing the opportunity for
him to see any documents re-
lating to the campaign."
Eatlier, hiddy's former secre- CHIC
tary, Salty Ilarmony, told the people it
committee she typed memoranda citizeosh
from sources known to her only -
as Ruby fne, Ruby Two and Dale
Crystal. She said she did not from the
know she was typing wiretapped fro th
conversations. A secretary, she cago "ta
added, reads words, not content. problem
HARMONY DENIED it n d e r Chu
oath that she had told friends
that she lied or planned to lie to mayor
the Watergate grand jury, as tradition
was alleged in a deposition by a Each
fellow former employn at the re- fCi
election committee. And she said of Chico
she had not been given a trip to Dale
Florida as a reward for perjury. laughed
Before calling Harmony, the
twelfth witness, Ervin's commit-
tee met in executive session to
reply to a request by Watergate
special prosecutor Archibald Cox
for a delay of three months or
so in the hearings. GeMo
Afterward, E r v i n announced to bus
that the committee "unanimously denle.r
determined that its duty requires qualit
it to decline such a request." maior
Ala

(Continued from Page 3)
IDOMURAT, WHIO was Channel
3 news director and has worked
at two other TV stations, has
been described bv one local
newsman as "one of the most
competent people I have ever
worked with."
She disagrees with most policy
decisions that have been made at
the station and thinks the station
probably should have held off
with programming until they had'
more subscribers to cover costs.
"There are certain basics, just
in terminology, that you have to

ELL: Magruder says he
f the Watergate bugging

Daley extends honorary
citizenship to 16 Chinese
'AGO (Al- Calling Chinese-Americans the "finest family
n our city," Mayor Richard Daley extended honorary Chicago
ip yesterday to 16 visiting Chinese journalists.
y, speaking through an interpreter, told the 21-member group
People's Republic of China that Chinese-Americans in Chi-
ke care of both their young and their old. There's no welfare
in the Chinese community."
Mu-chil, director of the Hsinhua News Agency, presented the
with a five-foot-square silk brocade tablecloth, depicting a
al Chinese garden. Daley promised to hang it in City Hall.
journalist received a medallion showing the seal of the city
go and the individual journalist's name.
y said they now could vote in Chicago elections, and they

know about television," she said.
"Dolph doesn't have them vet
but he thinks he can just walk
onto the set and learn."
DOLPH SAYS he is satisfied
with the staff lie has working
now. "They are just beginning
to sork creati el ," he said. "In
fact, thee has-en't es-en really
begun."
"Network people have been
working for years to think up
new ideas," Doimurat said. "I
told Dolph the ftin gimmicks have
already been tried and thee don't
work."
Cable 3 presently broadcasts
two local shows, '(onuinit
Dialogue" and "Toay's Woman
in addition to the news at 5:30
sports events and meetings
THERE IS NO public access
channel available without ti to
week notice until Dolph recei-es
an indemnity 'ond front the city
assuring that the station cannot
be sued.
Dolph says "television has a
30 year history of being an
opiate" and that traditional forms
are not appropriate for a cable
system. But he is vague about
the creative programming he
promises to institute.
Al
FRI.-SAT.
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