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Page Eight

THE SUMMER DAILY

Fridoy, June 8, 1973

Haldeman says Dean made
no formal Watergate probe

(Continued from Page 1)
arate in the past four years, told
reporters he would work to fos-
ter close cooperation among fed-
eral, state and local law enforce-
ment agencies in order to mount
"concerted attacks on crime."
He said he thought crime could
be curbed without sacrificing
"human rights and dignities."
Kelley also had kind words for
the press, saying he believed the
news media "forms a strong bar-
rier against repressive law en-
forcement."
KELLEY'S ZEAL for providing
the Kansas City police depart-
ment with the latest in law en-
forcement technology has caused
him to be likened to comic strip
cop Dick Tracy.
A 61-year-old g r a n d f a t h er
whose only hobby is occasional
jogging and weight-lifting, Kelley
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has had only one serious prob-
lem during his 12 years as chief.
There have been persistent ac-
cusations he has handled rela-
tions with the black community
badly.
Kansas City was hit by rioting
after the assassination of Dr.
Martin Luther King in 1968. Six
persons were killed. There were
charges from the black commun-
ity that there had been police
brutality during the riots. Some
said the riots were sparked by
indiscriminate use of tear gas by
police.
THERE WAS never any admis-
sion of police misconduct, but
Kelley did say there may have
been some errors of judgment by
police during the riots.
There have also been com-
plaints that there are not enough
blacks in the department.

Dr. Girard Bryant, a retired
educator who was the only black
on the Kansas City police com-
mission from 1964 to 1968, said
that during the first ten years of
Kelley's term as chief, no black
was promoted above the rank of
sergeant.
BRYANT called Kelley "pretty
unpopular in the black com-
munity."
In 1969 it was revealed that
Kelley had released about 100
confiscated weapons to Maj. Gen.
Carl C. Turner, former provost
marshal of the Army, who later
sold them for profit. Turner was
later sentenced to three years
in prison for soliciting arms from
the Chicago police department.
No charges were ever brought
against Kelley.
P~ally Official Bulletin

HERBERT PORTER, scheduling director for the Committee for
the Re-election of the President, listens to a question yesterday
during his appearance before the Senate Select Committee on the
Watergate in Washington. Porter told the committee that he gave
false statements to the federal grand jury and the Watergate
bugging trial.
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a test-ban committee in the
sixties and speaking for "peace
candidate" Lyndon Johnson dur-
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When one woman asked him
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pediatrics anymore, Spock an-
swered that there weren't many
American mothers who would
listen to him anymore. He added
that the sale of his book on baby
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during the past few years.
"WHAT WAS the use of bring-
ing up healthy children to live
through an insane war and other
terrible things in their society?"
he asked,

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