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Declassified in Part - Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2012/02/24: CIA-RDP91-005 11 L'lV 1Ui%A_ 1)11101 J --' . The committee also decided to turn over allegations of a re- ported plot, by-the White House to kill columnist Jack Anderson. The -Washington Post. reported that E. Howard Hunt, a former CIA agent and Watergate bur- glar, told friends that - he, had been -ordered to kill.--Anderson, who was printing, classified information in his column - The files deal with allegations that Helms committed perury in February 1973 when he told the Senate Foreign Relations Com- mittee that the CIA did not try to overthrow the government of the late- Marxist - President Salvador Allende of Chile.. '- Break-in At Photo Shop - The break-in- investigation centers on a photography shop, which wa.1 operated by a former Cuban propaganda official a few miles- from -CIA headquarters in si turban Langley, Va. CIA, aided by Fai?ifax, Val po- lice, allegedly broke- into the shop because the Cuban was dat- ing a parttime CIA employe. Ju tice - officials are trying to determine if Helms approved the break-in. 21 January 1976 By JOSEPH VOLZ Washington, Jan. 23 (News- Bureau) The Senate Intelligence Committee voted today to give. the Justice Department its files on former CIA Director Richard M. Helms, who is being investigated on perjury and break-in -charges: Justice Department officials' -have contended that they could not continue their probe ofi Helms,'_ now - United- States] assba sador to Iran, ? as long as the committee refused to turn over its records.. saying that he was told to drug 0 Anderson but not kill him. Hunt -said no plans. against Anderson were ever carred out. - - Meanwhile, CIA Director Wil- liam E. Colby, making his last congressional appearance as the agency's. head, accused Congress of being such a sieve that "every Calls Congress A-Sieve - Hunt has denied the account, one of the new projects has! leaked into the public domain." Congress passed a law two years ago ordering the CIA to report 1 its covert -operations to several House and Senate committees. Although there'is some sent!-- ment in the Senate to delay any major reform of the CIA, Colby said that quick action is needed in setting up a joint Senate- House Intelligence Committee. But Colby said that the panel should not be told in advance of covert operations He said that such a requirement. "would con- flict with the President's consti- tutional rights." Declassified in Part - Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2012/02/24: CIA-RDP91-00561 R000100090062-4