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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 6, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Otlar Tucs., Ausust 6, 1UT4 "Serious WASHINGTON t A P Here is She text of a written statement issued Monday by President Nixon: I have today instructed my attorneys So make available to tho rommit- toe, anil I am makji-; public, the transcripts of three Con- versations with II. R. Ilal- demar. on June 23. 1972. I have also turned the of these conversations to proces- of my compliance v.'hh the supreme court ruling. On April 29. in annoum-ing my decision to make p'.iblic tiif original so: of White House transcripts. I Mated that "as far ,is v.hat the Pres- ident personally knew and did with regard to Watergate and the cover-up is concerned, these materials together with those already made available will tell it all." May Review Shortly after tha1, in May, 1 made n preliminary review of some of the 6-1 taped conver- sations subpoenaed by the special prosecutor. Among the conversations 1 listened to at that time were two of those of June 23. Al- though I recognized that these presented potential problems, I did not inform my staff or my counsel of it, or those ar- guing my case, nor did I amend my submission to the judiciary committee in order to include and reflect it. At the time, I did not. realize the extent of the implications w hi c h these conversations might now appear to have. As a result, those arguing my case, as well as those passing judgment on the case, did so with information that was in- complete and in some re- spects erroneous. This was a serious act of omission for which I take full responsibility and which deeply regret. ISaudis Want To Decrease Price, Oil Chief Says Senate Probe Doubts End to Vietnam War the transcripts be m: able immediately to i-iary committee so can be reflected in rantee's report, and included in the record to be considered by the iiuiise and senate. In :i forma! written state- ment May 22 of last year. 1 said that shortly after the Wa- tergate bivakin 1 became con- cerned about tiie possibility that the Klil investigation ther of unrelated covert activ- ities of the CIA, or of sensitive national security matters that the so-called plumbers unit at the White House had been working on, because of the CIA and plumbers connections of some of those involved. "Alert FBI" I said ihnc I therefore gave instructions that the FBI should be alerted to coordin- ate with the CIA, and to en- sure that the investigation not expose these sensitive na- tional security matters. That statement was based on my recollection at the time some 11 months later plus documentary materials and relevant public testimony of those involved. The June 23 tapes clearly show, however, that at the time I gave those instructions I also discussed the political aspects of the situation, and that I was aware of the ad- vantages this course of action Cyprus Truce Signinq f i Delay' Fighting Flares By United Press International Turkish and Greek Cypriot forces exchanged fire along Cyprus' embattled northern coast Tuesday and Turkey said) its forces repulsed a Greek ar- mored assault west of the key northern port of Kyrenia. As the fighting flared, mili- tary representatives from the two sides postponed the signing of a breakthrough agreement on 'tentative cease-fire lines. A U. N. official said Greek delegate delayed signing ceremony for nearly two hours to receive last minute in- Turkish delegates postponed the signing and began a new round of talks. The new outbreak of fighting occurred in the area of Kavaras and Lapithos, two towns on the island's northern coast where sporadic fighting has enipted over the past week. In Ankara, the military head- quarters said Turkish army units on Cyprus repulsed a Greek Cypriot armored assault west of Kyrenia, the northern port, where Turkish forces es- tablished a beachhead during structions from his government. the July 20th invasion. New Round U. N. sources said Greek and Anger at Cyprus Exclusion Implied In Soviet Article The announcement said the Greeks attacked behind a bar- rage of artillery and mortar fire, but were turned back. "Our units have stopped the Greek it said. "The cease-fire is once again in force on Cyprus." Not Implemented MOSCOW (AP) The Soviet! In Nicosia, Turkish Cypriot Union Tuesday called on Minister Osman'Orek U.S. to abide by its the second round of the to work with Moscow in settling Geneva conference on Cyprus international military conflicts, i would not start as scheduled There was a suggestion that the i Thursday because provisions of Kremlin was miffed at being July 30 agreement had not nored during the Cyprus crisis, i been implemented. i The note of dissatisfaction! The agreement seeks not only j over the working relationship! the establishment of U. N.! between the White House zones but the freeing of the Kremlin came in a thousands of hostages held by analysis of President Nixon's'both sides. Moscow summit meeting this "It is not practical to start po- stimmer with Ixwnid Brezhnev. ,nijca] with half the Turk- The article contained lengthy ish Cypriot population held as praise for past Soviet-American political hostages." Ores said, efforts to resolve crucial inter- druve 'hrea'ciied national problems such as the to boycott future full scale nego- war in Vietnam, the West Berlin issue and last October's Middle East war. The Cyprus crisis was not en the list. Instead, the leading Communist parly daily merely declared the Soviet government li.vl been "true to its prin- cipled'1 policy and demanded i he return to pwer of Archbish- op Mnkarins. whose ouster as i'vprus' president precipitated the crisis on the island. The analysis said: "The U.S. must net in conformity with the Snviet-1'.S. communique, which placed on record that the USSR and I'.S.A. have set themselves an important join! goal of con- tributing to the elimination of the exislinp and the prevention of the emergency of new seats of military conflicts." The Soviet Fnion previously expressed displeasure' the West's handling aid. In tiie absence of an outside jefiert, the investigators saw no end in sight to I'. S. military and economic aid ;is long as the1 nuiinteiuuice of the South Viet- namese government remains a I'. S. policy objective. The report of staff invesliga-i tors Richard Moose and Charles Meissner, based on inspection in: Saigon in May, was made public Monday by Committee Chan- man Kulbi'igiit (D-Ark.l. They vnd at least 80.WM Viet namoe weie killed in uminJued lighting in despite a luc ili I'ai'L- in January. 'the imo.stigaior.s I. S. .-.ee no (ui.is- out tile S. military aid program, expected M aiii> un! to billion this year. I'. S. I'ri'Udrs They said the S. provides equipment used by tiie million- man South Vietnamese military. They said the million proposed by the Nixon adminis- tration economic aid this year basically is a continuation of the policy of supporting the Vietnamese economy with nut- side resources to fill fiscal and trade deficits. "With a few they slid. "South Vietnamese of- ficials tend to view their eco- nomic problem as a luncnon UIMI- e-mivu.i lire viola- sulely of bow much assistance by the South Vietnamese the I S. couun-.i will provide." investigators The report accused the I S emlia-sv m of i toward'the South Vietnamese Mai.ai, I S. ymbas- erniiieir and sometimes sadnr in Saigon, told the corn- sii'.inlicant intonna- mittee at a hearing 25 that t.on in rctxa'ts to Wash- sometimes is delet- ed in slate department reports "On.- consisu-ii! paiieni if it already has been reported luiich eineivcs from a .-.Uii. of through defense department and these reports is the embassy's C 'e- ia.-k of confidence and integrity signed from I'lfice. in the President. Meanv told neusiiieii .Monday Meany he thought labor i! would be better for the nation could get along with Ford. if .Nixon resigned rather than wait for impeachment to nm its VKA1LS AGO Premier course because a possible sen- Polish coalition ate trial would aggravate an :il- government was reported to readv bad economy. have the approval of Stalin. OFFER GOOD DURING AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER ONLY Your choice 30 Styles of Colorful Deluxe choose a Free Check Book If you already have a Free Peoples Checking Account, introduce a new customer to us and you will both receive 200 free checks or we will give you credit. Get Both Free Checking and Free Checks as a special Closer to You get acquainted offer from Peoples...Your "one stop" Financial Center! bank AND TRUST COMPANY CLOSER TO YOU Pooploi Downtown Peoplai tail at Town and Country Pooploj Woit at Mayi City Pooplos In Nowhall Member FDIC
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