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Nixon office bugged says aide
(Coninaed ftran Pages, when someone began speaking edge none had ever been tran- Democratic Party headquarters, provide for the legal defense of
as to what the President knew and on the telephone, when the scribed. or taking part in planning the the Watergate Seven and'support
and when he learned of Water- receiver was lifted. cover-up or acts of campaign
gaete oeru ad teri- hrews ssemtattas- KALIt3ACH, who had been oe-po cso pin of their families.
gate, the coer-up and other in- There was a system that flash scheduled to testify when Butter- sabotage or unethical activity.
idents brought out in the seven ed in his and Haldeman's office field made his surprise appear- There has been testimony that "My actions," he said, "were
weeks of hearings. to show where in the White House ante, said in prepared testimony Kalmbach raised money to pay prompted in the belief that it
"If one were therefore to re- complex the President was at that he raised money for the con- for the silence of the seven men was proper and necessary to dis-
construct the conversation of any any given time, Butterfield said. victed Watergate conspirators on who pleaded guilty or were con- charge what I assumed to be a
particular date, what is the best That system, in turn, would put orders of the "No. 2 and No. 3 victed of the Watergate bur- chrge wh ha a d tbes
way to reconstruct conversations the individual recorders in stand- men on the White House staff." glary and wiretapping. moral obligation that had arisen
in the President's Oval office?" by position, Kalmbach denied any advance THE LOS ANGELES attorney in some manner unknown to me
asked committee counsel Sam Under questioning by Sen. Her knowledge of the break-in at acknowledged he raised money to by reason of earlier events."
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"In the obsinus manner, obtain
the tape and play it," Butterfield
PRESUMABLY the committee
will now request the tapes from
the White House.
Nixon has already said that he
will furnish no documents to the
committee nor will he testify
personally. A meeting on the
matter had been scheduled this
week with Chairman Sam Ervin
(1)-N.C'. but the President's hos-
pitalization put off the meeting.
"So if Bean, Ehrlifhnan, Ial-
deman and Colson had a particu-
lar meeting with the President,
there would be a tape recording
with the President of the full con-
versation?" counsel Dash asked.
A. Yes, sir.
tein was voice actuated-the re-
cording devices would go on

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field said there was no warning
to telephone callers that their
conversations were recorded.
"WERE SENATORS, congress-
men, governors taped?" Tal-
madge asked.
"The device would not dis-
"There was no warning signal
your conversations were being
taped-senator, congressman or
Mr. Plain citizen?"
"No, sir."
"Do you know whether or not
the attorney general approved
"I have no idea, sir."
not think that Ehrlichman or
[lean knew that the devices
existed. He said the tapes were
kept by the Secret Service in
a closet in the Executive Office
Building and that to his knowl-

Council names administrator;
mayor asks changes in rules

Murray wilt begin as adiniis-
tratar on Aug. 20 at a salary of
$32,000 per year. lDeGrieck claim-
ed the salary was far too high
and for that reason alone could
not support Murray.
"TIRP believes people shold
be paid according to need and
approving Murray's nominatioti
would contradict this stand," Ge-
(rieck said.
IN A DAILY interview yester-
day, Murray said the biggest
problem he inmediately faces
as Ann Arbor's administrator is
the size of his staff. Ann Arbor
is nearly two and a half times

larger than Inkster and the city
government staffs are of com-
parable proportion.
Murray also indicated he would
like to see closer cooperation be-
tween the University and the city
in facing municipal problems.
There are valuable untapped re-
sources within the University,
according to Murray.
HE SAID HE was for the most
part unaware of specific prob-
lems facing the city and would
have to do "a good deal of re-
search in that area."
Thomas intimated that there
may have been "an ulterior mo-
live" in the Republicans' selec-

tion of Murray. "I hope the Re-
publicans dedicat!sn to black peo-
ple extends beyond the symbolic
step of naming a black adminis-
Stephenson said the choice of
Murray was in no way promtipted
by his race.
pation time last night, Jim Peli-
kan of the Medical Comsittee
for flumtan Rights (MCHR) at-
tacked the Ann Arbor N 'ws for
a l I e g e d I y participating in a
"coter-up" of all the facts sur-
rounding St. Joseph Mercy lIos-
pital and its relocation in Su-

Mitchell, Stans claim
fair trial impossible

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contribution from fugitive finan-
cier Robert Vesco in return for
exerting influence on his behalf
during a Securities and Exchange
Commission (SEC) inquiry into
his affairs.
They are also accused of try-
ing to cover up the contribution
during an SEC' hearing that even-
tually led to a civil slit against
Vesco. The money was eventually
returned to Vesco who has been
charged here with conspiracy and
obstructing jstice, but not with
Itsjasking Gagliardi to dismiss
the case, the defense 'wrsers re-
called that special Watergate
prosecutor Archibald Cox had
urged putting off the Senate hear-
ings, in tain.
Cox was quoted as fearing that
the hearings would "prevent fair
trials from ever being held."
"It can be no answer that Mr.
Mitchell may never be tried,"
the Mitchell lawyers wrote. "Mr.
Cox himself foresaw precisely
that possibility. The Senate was
warned, and given the choice of
no trial or an unfair trial, our
Daily Officill Bu letin
Tuesday, July 17
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system of justice must mean
there will be no trial."
"Indeed, this must be the re-
sult if government is to keep its
proer place. Surely it is im-
tenable to believe that our gov-
ernment can deliberately destroy
a treasured right and then profit
from an unfair conviction."
Another defendant is New Jer-
sey lawyer Harry Sears, a former
top leader of the Republican
psrt' in that state.
Mitchell, Stans and Sears have
all pleaded innocent.
LAWYERS FOR the former
Cabinet members, later leaders
of the Committee to Re-elect the
President, said they could not be
ready for trial Sept. 11 largely
because of their preoccupation
with the Senate hearings.
Defense lawyers asserted that
under laws intended to provide
impartial juries, Mitchell should
not be tried by jurors exposed to
publicity about "those crimes
called Watergate."
"It is obvious that the govern-
ment by its deliberate conduct
with regard to Mr. Mitchell, has
violated established principles
and has worked the forbidden re-
sult," the defense pleaded.
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