Week % Bug Hearing Charged With Drama $y UJGtNDA h, FBANKS United Vtm \mmmm\ Former Prej|d«ntlal Counsel 3<M W, Oaan lit told the Senate Watergate hearings that tfMldent Nlxort had taken part in the bulging cover-up (or aa long a* eight month* and had muled the nation m his public statements about the break-in at the democratic National Headquirterg b[ X1T; '.TinWeek In Review In one of the most dramatic weeks for Watergate revelations since the scandal broke, Dean, armed with a stack of documents and a startling ?46» page statement detailing hla and the rolo of others In the scandal, brought himself into SEE STATE JOE GORMAN Harold Wilson Realty 111) K, H«nd«non 343-9103 ttireol conflict with the White House. Among other incriminating document!, he released a list of "enemies" of the White House containing the names of $Q0 prominent journaiuts, actors, bualnesamen, and labor leaders, The enemies, including suoh figures as entertainer Carol Ghannlng' and QBS broadcaster Daniel Schorr, were sometimes singled out by the administration for harassment, Dean said. The White House counterattacked with a statement calling Dean the "mastermind" of the cover-up and his "patron," formor Attorney General John N. Mitchell, responsible for the burglary, Dean denied the allegations. Later, the White House said the statement should not be considered as originating from the President. By week's end, Republican committee member Lowell P Weloker Jr. had accused the administration of trying to intimidate him and the commit tee suggested that President Nixon make a formal reply, perhaps under oath, to Dean's oharges. The White House said Nixon had no intention of testifying either "voluntarily or Involuntarily." in other develeptfleflff! WASHINGTON ** The House and Senate, in its atfonges antiwar action, voted in a Wl which would have out off 81 funds for the bombing 0 Oambodia but Nixon promptly vetoed it, The bin, a W billion supplemental spending measure with the cutoff amendment attached, left it unclear how the government would be financed past this week, the end of thi fiscal year. Undaunted, House-Senate conference ap proved another bill with a cutoff rider but that too is expected to be vetoed. MONTEVIDEO - The president of Uruguay, acting under military pressure, abolished Congress and replaced it with a council of St8te ( ending constitutional government in the Latin American country for the first time in 40 years- DENVEIMtfartne flgt. Abel Larry Kavanaugh, who came home from five years in a Nopth Vietnamese prison camp only to be charged with aiding the enemy, was found Shot to death in the home of his in* laws, an apparent suicide victim. His death followed by weeks the suicide of another POW, Air Force Capt. Edward Allan Bfudno. WASHINGTON—The admin* istration ordered an immediate embargo on the export of soybeans and other livestock feed in an emergency effort to stave off domestic shortages of meat, poultry, and milk, Boat Safety Week Will Be Observed Next week has been proclaim' ed National Sale Boating Week by President Richard Nixon. fjlhie National Safe Boating Committee has relea&ad the following list of safety boating tipa to encourage safe boating during the week and throughout the yean —Fuel systems should be [checked for leaks, cracking or aging. 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