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15-B Sunday, May 4. '75 DETROIT FREE PRESS V That Old Watergate Gang ;. ,4 id What They're Doing Now WASHINGTON - (UPI) Watergate look-out Al Baldwin is teaching seventh grade in New Haven, Conn. Former ' .Attorney General Richard G. Kleindienst has ' made seven trips to Algeria on behalf of a client. Sally Harmony is a top secretary t the Marriott , Corp. Watergate figures V have fanned out across the country. They have little in common these days, little contact with each other. A few are in jail. HERE IS A rundown of the personnel, their former positions, and their present status in the wake of the scandal. John N. Mitchell, attorney general brief In his appeal in Watergate cover-up trial due Aug. 1; lives in New York, no longer practices law and is separated from wife, Martha. Maurice H. Stans, commerce secretary awaiting sentencing after pleading guilty of campaign finance misdemeanors, lives In Washington. Kleindienst practicing law alone sirice getting suspended sentence of 30 days probation. Represents Indian tribes in his native southwest and nation of Algeria. ' John B. ConnaUy Jr., treasury secretary one of handful to be cleared of charges, now vacationing at his P i c o a s Ranch near Floresville, Tex. H . R . Haldeman, While House chief of staff sold an interview to CBS for a reported $25,000 to $50,000 and is working on a Watergate book for which as yet he has no publisher. Cover-up appeal pending. John D. Ehrlichman, White House domestic affairs chief-spurned In attempt to spend his sentence as a land-use lawyer fbr Indians in Southwest, he has gone there anyway, grown a beard and sought to avoid reporters. His wife has J10,000-a-year state job in Seattle, Wash. Plumbers and coveMip Appeals pending. John W. Dean III, White House counsel after college lecture circuit, he and wife, Maureen, living in a new home in Hollywood Hills, both writing Watergate books. He served four months. Charles W. Colson, White House special counsel part-time with prayer breakfast movement and part-time writing books on his religious experience and former President Richard M., Nixon. Served seven months. Jeb Stuart Magruder, White House deputy communications director and Nixon's deputy re-election director wrote Watergate best-seller; his wife, Gail, now writing. He served seven months. Dwight L. Chapin, White House appointments secretary -working for Chicago millionaire insurance executive W. Clement Stone. Appeal pending on dirty tricks conviction. ; Egil (Bud) Krogh, White House plumbers co-director taught at alma mater Princi-pia College two weeks, spoke at other schools, now awaiting Washington State Supreme Court's disbarment ruling. Served four months. Herbert W. Kalmbach, Nixon's personal lawyer disbarred from prestigious practice in Los Angeles, refuses to comment "on what he is doing. Served six months. Robert C. Mardian, assistant attorney general associated with family construction business in Phoenix, Ariz. Cover-up appeal pending. Frederick C. LaRue, White House consultant and Mitchell's key re-election aide began six-month sentence April 1. Oil and land developer in Jackson, Miss. Kenneth W. Parkinson, reelection lawyer acquitted in cover-up trial. Resumed Washington law practice. Herbert L. Porter, Nixon's re-election scheduling director associated with his father-in-, law's home construction company in La gun a Niguel, Calif. Served three weeks. Donald Segretti, so-called "Dirty Trickster" a lawyer who once studied at Cambridge, awaiting outcome of state bar hearing and living with his father, a hotel chauffeur, in Marina Del Ray, Calif. Served three months. Gordon Strachan, Halde-' man's political aide law clerk in Salt Lake City pending admission to Utah bar. His wife teaches at University of Utah. Prosecution dropped. Hugh W. Sloan, Nixon's reelection treasurer and one of first to resign in protest of Watergate assistant to president of Budd Engineering Co., Troy, Mich. Robert A. F. Reisner, Ma-gruder's administrative assistant director of policy "vJ f SAM.ERVIN mixes retirement with TV commentary. development at Department of Housing and Urban Development. ; . Robert C. Odle, Nixon's reelection director of administration HUD's deputy assistant secretary for. housing management. Steve King, re-election security agent who helped subdue Martha Mitchell after Water-g a t e break-in Agriculture RICHARD KLEINDIENST has some time for Algeria.' Department's congressional liaison. Alfred C. Baldwin III, lookout at Howard Johnson Motel during break-in at Watergate taught seventh grade math and science at Troup School in New Haven, but has been given, as1 were all first year teachers, termination notice. E. Howard Hunt Jr. and G. Gordon Liddy, White House plumbers, and James W.Mc-Cord Jr., re-election security chief burglary appeals exhausted, returned toprison. Mrs. Harmony, Liddy's secretary at re-election committee secretary to the corporate vice-president of . Marriot Corp., Washington. Anthony Ulascewicz, Kalm-bach's courier during Water-g a t e blackmail payoffs a retired New York policeman, living in Saratoga, N.Y.. Indicted April 27 on two counts of filing false income tax returns. Sen. Sam J. Ervln Jr., chairman of Senate Water-g a t e committee r- retired from Senate. Lecturing and serving as part-time television commentator. Sam Dash, committee's chief counsel returned to Georgetown University as di rector of Institute on Criminal Procedure. Henry E. Petersen, assistant attorney general with overall responsibility for original Watergate investigation retired Dec. 31. Earl J. 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