Independent from Long Beach, California on February 27, 1964 · Page 14
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BAKER AIDE ) but No Earful- on Stand \: . · ' ' · C By STEVEN GER5TEL ; ·WASHINGTON (V(PI) '.-; Brushing away a tear, beauteous Nanqf Carole Tyler swore Wednesday - she. wu irioctnt of any wrongdoing but refused to tell Senate Investigators about her connec-, ticnj with former Democratic aide Robert G. (Bobby) Unf CMt, Tfen. Ft*. P. 1M4 A-if .The 24-year-old brunette, stni Baker's secretary, also appealed to the public to keep aa open mind lest her repuU tion suffer further injury. She sard she feared she was still going to be summoned to court despite her denial of any DIegal or immoral acts. The hazel-eyed Miss Tyler, giving the Senate Rules Committee an eyeful but scarcely an' earful, based her refusal to answer 22 questions on the constitutional ground that the senators were invading her privacy--and that any an swers might tend to incriminate her. · * · * COMMITTEE counsel L P McLendon said after the 45- rainute nationally televise hearing that it was possible the committee might cite Miss Tyler for contempt. The same threat har.gs over Baker who refused to answer some 125 questions Tuesday. Like Baker, Miss T y l e r charged that the inquiry had no legislative purpose and went beyond the powers giv eri the U. S. Senate by the Constitution. Among other things. Miss Tyler refused to say whether she occupied Baker's modern istic Washington townhouse; whether she performed any 'private duties while sen-ing as secretary to the former Senate Democratic aide; anc whether she ever delivered any currency in her Senate job. MISS TYLER, who comes from Lenoir, Teno, and was "Miss Loudon County" of 1957. resigned from her Senate post about the same time that Baker bowed out last autumn. But she still serves as his secretary in a capital law office. Smartly dressed in a white wool suit with large black b u t t o n s , plus long black gloves, she began by reading a statement in which she said the purpose of the hearing -seems to be to bring down upon me and others the violence of public reaction because of my alleged past associations. "I deny I am guilty of any legal or moral wrongdoing, but I am availing myself of this constitutional privilege in view of my reasonable apprehension of even unwarranted prosecution." she said. -I pray that the public win keep an open mind regarding! me in order to insure that no! further irreparable injury results to my reputation," she! added, · · · · AT THAT, committee counsel McLendon took over. When the chic witness refused to give her address or say whether she ever was Baker's secretary, McLendon reminded her that she was not on trial and that no criminal accusations had been made against her. "There is no evidence before the committee that you have committed any crime against the federal government," McLendon said. He added that the committee joined her in hoping that the public would reserve judgment about her. It was at this point that a tear welled in Miss Tyler's rye and she raised s {loved hand to brush it away. She was composed and smiled occasionally throughout the rest of the hearing, but again appeared on the verge of tears as she walked from 'he committee room. The questioning of the young woman was soft by] congressional standards and: in noticeable contrast to the interrogation g i v e n Baker Tuesday. 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