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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - June 29, 1973, Florence, South CarolinaWatergate i 1 a i continued from Page 1a civil suits asking monetary damages were filed by the democratic National com Mittee shortly after the break in. Dean has said lawyers were trying to delay the cases until after the november election to avoid Adverse Impact. Dean also said he had More than enough assets to cover the s4.850 in Nixon Campaign funds he borrowed for his personal use last october. The com Mittee had subpoenaed a Docu ment from Dean s stockbroker showing his account had a bal Ance of More than at the Lime. Elsewhere. Melvin r. The president s new chief adviser on Domestic Nixon will hold no news Confer ence while the committee s hearings Are in Progress. "1 would not think he presi Deal would want to be in a Posi Tion where he is responding to every single question before a congressional Laird said. This idea that he will not have news conferences to answer questions is an error. He will have them from time to the sequence in the hearing room went like this Ervin a written statement can be written to conceal As Well As to Dean that is absolutely Krvin you can t Cross examine a written Dean it was then that Krvin read article two of the Constitution thai requires thai the president take care that the Laws be faithfully Krvin. A former North Caro Lina supreme court Justice and a constitutional expert questioned Dean after the witness had spent 75 minutes replying to questions submitted by the White House. He look Dean Over plans made in the administration in 1970 for Domestic surveillance that included burglaries and eat us out of House and Home All you can fresh ii Mil Wii trimmings i Calabash style thurs., fri., sat. Treat yourself to a lot for a Little we feature a Complete selection o fresh seafood Calabash style to boy fresh seafood 2020 w. Palmetto is. Across from Florence mall phone orders 665-0761 that the president has said were rescinded after five Days because of objections by the late Fri director j. Edgar Hoover. Ervin also brought up the political enemies list revealed wednesday by Dean and so we h ave Here plans to violate the fourth amendment which was approved by the president according to h. A Haldeman. We have people being branded enemies whose Mere offence is enforcing the first that is Dean said. The first amendment guarantees Freedom of speech and Assembly and separation of Church and slate. The fourth guarantees the right of the people to be secure in their per sons houses papers and effects against unreasonable searches and the White House questions were read to Dean by sen. Daniel k. Inouye. A Democrat from Hawaii. Dean was tested As he was on wednesday by Republican sen. Edward Gurney of Florida on a meeting with Nixon last sept. 15. Dean said he came out of the meeting feeling the president knew efforts were being made to hide White House involvement in the june 17 Bur Glary of the democratic party Headquarters. Q. Is it your testimony that you cannot recall precisely what the president said to you a. You mean can i repeal the very words he used q. Yes. A. 1 cannot repeat the very . Sir. Q. Did you take any notes of this meeting a. No. Sir and 1 did not take notes of other meetings for a very specific reason. Some of the things that were being Dis cussed in these meetings i did not want to make records of senator. Q. Why sir a. 1 Houghl they were very incriminating to the president of the United Stales. Departing from the White House Lisl. Inouye asked what Sorl of re ply i have recalled most of in in my testimony regarding the conversation on clemency for or. Hunt. When the president told me that it would be no problem to raise a million Dollar for hush Mon i did not think documents like this should be around the White the while House questions were submitted by j. Fred Ruz hard a special counsel to the president Ervin asked Dean about a statement by Buzhardt saying Nixon wanted All the facts about watergate to surface earlier this year. I must testify to the con Dean said. He repeated assertions that the White House had tried to influence selection of members and Slaff of the Senate committee and pointed to Nixon s efforts to shield his aides from giving Tes Timony under the doctrine of executive privilege. Buzhardt later issued a state ment saying the memorandum furnished the committee does not represent a White House position. It was not reviewed by the president. Ii was based exclusively on the statements of Buzhardt added that the sole purpose was to facilitate examination of Dean As to matters on which others As Well As Dean testified or made state ments to the investigative Bod in the course of answering 40 or More and said he believed i was a restraining in Tomlinson s discount store u5n. Dargans. Ladies department two Tabus ladies shoes Reg. To now or. Men s department just received new shipment men s baggy shirts Long sleeve Large assortment of styles and colors. All latest styles. Specially priced from men s Bermuda shorts size 28 to 36 Only or. Ladies scuffs All with non skid soles. Sizes 3, a l. A value rubber now or. Ladies uniforms mostly White. Nylon and polyester blends. No Iron. Sizes 7 to 24 these Reg. From s7.95 to now one group mens shoes Odd Lois and broken sizes. These shoes sold for up to now Only or. Men s White handkerchiefs 97 a15 special Price Doz. One group men s shirts assorted styles in Cotton and knits. Reg. 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He was merely trying to make a Point As Many demonstrators do. By being arrested in a Public forum to make his Dean said Haldeman pressed him to make a Case against Dean said he let the mat Ter drop quietly because there was no Case. The witness denied he had leaked statements to the press to put himself in better Light before he testified and insisted throughout that his memory about the incidents he testified to is Sharp. Have you always Haci a facility for recalling the details of conversations which look plact Many months was one of the White House submitted questions. It was nol a regular activity for me to go in and visit with the Dean said. Kor most of the members of the White House Slaff it is not a daily activity. When you meet with the president of the United states it is a very momentous occasion and you tend to remember what the president of the United states save when you have a conversation with Good show Pittsburgh api twas a lonely convention for 93-year old Leidell. 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