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Saturday, August 4, 1973

THE SUMMER DAILY

Page Five

Saturday, August 4, 1973 THE SUMMER DAILY Page Five

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admits he read secret files

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(Continued from Page 1) them up in July 1972. form a mere political chore."
urned them and was concerned Gray said until April 6, "I be- Gray's call to Nixon, which
hat Dean had told Asst. Atty. lieved that I was acting faith- has been previously disclosed,
en. Harry Petersen something fully, loyally, properly and legal- came at one point of climax in
bout the papers. ly pursuant to instructions given the confusion over whether the
GRAY SAID he lied to Peter- me by top assistants to the Presi- FBI's probe of a Mexican money
en April 16 when he denied ever dent of the United States." angle of the Watergate affair
eceiving the files from Dean. BUT NOW, he said, he realizes would blow the CIA's cover on
The next day, Gray said, he his "acceptance of the documents any operations in Mexico.
Ad Petersen he had received the in the first place, and my keeping Gray recalled the conversation
apers but had not read them. them out of the normal FBI files, this way.
nd a week later, he told his old was a grievous misjudgment. "'MR. PRESIDENT, there is
iend, Sen. Lowell Weicker (R- My destroying them and resist- something I want to speak to
onn.), a Watergate committee ance - of disclosure only com- you about. Dick Walters and I
ember, that he had received the pounded the error . . . I per- feel that people on your staff
apers, not read them, and tore mitted myself to be used to per- are trying to mortally wound
Meat shortage bugs butchers

you by using the CIA and FBI
and by confusing the question of
CIA interest in, or not in, people
the FBI wishes to interview. I
have just talked to Clark Mac-
Gregor and asked him to speak to
you about this.'
"There was a slight pause and
the President said, 'Pat you just
continue to conduct your aggres-
sive and thorough investigation.'
Following this conversation I ex-
perienced no further concerns of
this kind.
Gray's differences with Walters,
who had testified for 2112 hours

before Gray took the witness
table, concerned in one respect
just what Walters told Gray.
GENERALLY echoing testi-
mony Thursday from former CIA
Director Richard Helms, Walters
told the committee he and Helms
were called to meet Ehrlichman
and top White House aide H. R.
Haldeman on June 23, 1972, six
days after the break-in.
There. Haldeman directed him
to tell Gray that CIA operations
in Mexico might be exposed by
the FBI probe, Walters said.

(Continued from Page 3)
comment on the meat situation,
but customers and meat cutters
alike wear harried expressions.
And a sign on the Vescio's meat
shelf reads, "Sorry. No ground

chuck. All gone."
Sergeant Pepper's self-styled
"hip butcher", Ernie Ajloumy,
echoes Roger Oman's beef about
the government's economic poli-
cies.

Transit plan readied

(Continued from Page 3)
the city. Two of these phones
have already been installed, in
front of Goodyear's on Main St.
and in front of Jacobson's on
Liberty.
The dispatcher will ask pas-
sengers where they want to be
picked up, where they want to
go, and whether they need to ar-
rive at a specific time. The pas-
senger need not know anything
about the system except its tele-
phone number.
AT A LATER point in the plan
many regular peak hour riders
will receive subscription serv-
ice. A bus will appear regularly
at the subscriber's door without
the usual telephone call.
Teltran services offered will
c h a r g e according to demand
patterns regulated by time of
day and day of the week.
For example, peak hour week

day service will run from 6:30 to
9:00 a.m. During.this period the
city will be divided into 11
zones, each one served by two
to four mini-buses which will act
as feeders to the larger express
line buses.
BETWEEN 9:00 a.m. and 3:00
p.m., service is to be oriented
toward shoppers and other more
casual riders. Six large zones
are to be established, each
served by three to five mini-
buses and containing at least
one major retail shopping facil-
ity. Door to door service will be
available within any zone.
On Saturdays the city will be
separated into four areas with
doorstep pickup and dropoff be-
tween 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
Evening service from 6:00 to
11:00 p.m. will use four zones,
with the downtown area includ-
ed in each one.

But Ajloumy isn't cowed by
the White House. "Would I re-
fuse to sell meat to Nixon?
Yeah, just to stick it in his ear!
He makes me mad as hell."
AJLOUMY SINGS the praises
of smaller independent meat mer-
chants (like himself) and takes
sis at the big chain stores:
"Those big guys, nowadays, with
the shortage, they'll sell you any-
thing. You don't know what
you're getting; it could be a pile
of shit dyed red to look like
hamburger."
At Ralph's, the man with the
meat cleaver is Al Batshon, and
he is one bewildered butcher.
"I think this thing over and I
can't figure out whose fault it
is. The politicians, I guess. And
ail these stubborn farmers . . .
I order two pieces of meat, they
send me one. I can't even afford
meat for my family anymore."
GREAT SCOTT meat manager
Jim Clark says he hasn't seen
a situation like this in his 13
years as a butcher.
"I think prices will level off
pretty fast if they lift the freeze,"
Clark predicts, "but who knows
how bad it'll get? What'll the
butchers do? Sit home and draw
some unemployment compensa-
tion, I guess."

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