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(Studio) President Ford asks Attorney General Edward Levi for an accounting.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd
(DC) Kelley's acceptance of furniture made by FBI employees for him, and also other gifts from employees, plus reported recommendation by a Justice Department official that Kelley be fired causes President Ford to seek report on matter soon. Ford belief in Kelley assured by Ron Nessen. Levi quoted saying Kelley doing good job and that he (Levi) had accepted small gifts from his own staff. Democrats seem not to be making an issue of the Kelley matter. Kelley's retention of his job seems likely, at least through pres. election.
REPORTER: Fred Graham
- Graham, Fred;
- Mudd, Roger
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