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20 GatetburgrUflislef*Moil> Galesbura, 111, Wednesday, July IS,. 1973 Nixon Tapes May Offer Chance To Clear Up Watergate Scandal fir By BUGENE v. RISHER WAiBffiOTON (MM) - 47«yeaf4hl ex-Aif Force colonel hit laid it out before the Senate Watergate Committee: The flpportunity exists to clear up the question of any involvement by President Nixon in the Watergate scandal. A[H.R. Haldeman, his friend and former boss. New Statement Upcoming The White House confirmed that nit the President's meetings and conversations in the Washington Window Alexander P. Butterfield disclosed for the first time listening devices were installed in 1971 to record all conversations Nixon held in his Oval Office, the Cabinet room, his private hideaway suite in the Executive Office Building on the telephones he norm; uses in the White House and at Camp David. Butterfield, a second-level White House aide who ran Nixon's daily schedule until he was made head of the Federal Aviation Administration months ago, said the President ordered the system established in order to provide an historic record of his administration. He seemed genuinely surprised that the Watergate investigators had not learned this in their conversations withiseridusty erode the ability of|mlse the Jnve*ti§atort had suggested -to disclose specific documents that would substan White House since the spring of J^'anfiS 8t atf be and unanswered ally done 1971 had been recorded Nixon's Watergate lawyer, J. Fred Buzhardt, promised a "more detailed statement" on the practice soon. Left unanswered was whether the President would produce the tapes and thereby clear the cloud of suspicion hanging over his presidency. Also left is why he had not so earlier. So far, Nixon has taken a hard-nosed attitude toward the Senate investigators prying into his personal papers and communications. In a letter to the Watergate chairman Sen. Sam J. Ervin, D-N.C, on July 7, Nixon said he would not permit access to papers "prepared or received by former members of my staff." Compromise Rejected To do otherwise would the President to conduct the duties of his office, he wrote, and 'would jeopardize the |tiate or refute specific claims, fundamental constitutional role of the presidency. "Formulation of sound public policy requires that the Presi remain confidential," he said. He also rejected a compro- "Such a course, t have concluded, would inevitably result in the attrition and the eventual destruction of Hie indispensable principle of confi able to communicate among denUality of presidential pa themselves in complete candor pers/' Nixon wrote, and that their tentative judgments, their exploration of alternatives and their frank comments on issues and per-. . „ sonalities at home and abroad dential conversations during It remains to be seen whether this latest disclosure that a full and complete record of presi this critical period exists will cause him to change his mind. four committee Smith Appointed to Agency WASHINGTON (UPI) - Victor L. Smith Tuesday was appointed to the U.S.-Canada Boundary Commission by President Nixon. Smith, 67, resigned as Illinois GOP chairman after 14 years of service so he could accept the appointment on the commission. Smith is the editor and publisher of the weekly Robinson, 111., Argus and succeeds Eugene W. 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