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December 12, 2016
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October 2, 2001
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March 26, 1972
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SHE W'AAPW0Qd1 TrRW8ate 2001/11/01: CIA MI 714E2 lhW2OO1l E Zk q ein lT14{/air ~uor SABNTIAGO, Chile, March newspaper columnist Jack An- u2rson, in his allegations about a conspiracy between the CIA and the International Te'ephone_ nd Telegraph Cor-1 Approved For Release 2001/11/01 : CIA-RDP74B00415R000300020012-0 NEW Yi7RIF SRelease 2001/11/?A-RD7~}?Q10,5Rf30002 PAGE State Department Denies, Any - Move to Block Allende By TAD SZULC Special to 'The New York Times WASHINGTON, March 23-- Th State Department said to- day t at h' 1a 3 ra- tjpyl, had "firmLSC, i01P my of he inau ura- + alvaM en e os- en of Chile in 1 17 ~1~?~.R: f A w- ~ -"t]" Ail yy shim. The 'department's statement was the first public comment on letters and memorandums attributed to the International say and opinion" and said he was "not going to get into a dissection" of the communica- tions between Washington and Santiago during that period. Copies of the letters and memorandums, which were said to be from the internal files of I.T.T.; were made available to the news media yesterday by Jack Anderson, the syndi- cated columnist, after he had based two columns upon them. This material, it was re- ported from Chile, has proved a political windfall for Dr. Al- lende, with the Government press and television contend- ing that the documents con- firmed left-wing charges of Telephone and Telegraph Cor- poration that purported to show the company' sought the cooperation of the United States Government in prevent ing Dr. Allende, a Marxist, fused to deny specifically an assertion in n one of the memo: ridums that the United States Ambassador in Santiago ad. received the " eenli ht" from m on to do ing,11 possible s or of mi i ary inter- slcntion "to keen Allen rom tgkia"pwe ' Charles W. Bray 3d, the de- partment's spokesman, de- 1970 of United States involve- ment in a plot against the President. ' [Page 6] she Senate Fprel cpaainn for tomorrow morning o ld to decide whether it' should h a l er of Senators, ntu eeste u nui