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Wednesday, November 13, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Wednesday, November 13, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

Kaimback testifies at trial

PLO officer arrives

(Continued from Page 1)
son, one-time lawyer for the
Nixon re-election, committee.
Kalmbach said that on June
28, 1972, eleven days after the
burglary at Democratic Na-
tional Committee headquarters,
John Dean, then White House
counsel, summoned him to
Washington for "a very im-
portant assignment."
Dean and Kalmbach met the
next day in a park a block from
the White House and Kalmbach
said the presidential counsel
told him, "Herb, so far as these
Watergate defendants, we've
got to help these fellows. It's
important we provide them with
attorneys' fees and family sup-
port. It's the humanitarian thing
to do."
DEAN PLEDGED Kalmbach
to absolute secrecy and was
quoted as telling him "this was
a CRP (Nixon re-election com-
mittee) operation."
Over the next three months
Kalmbach disbursed $220,000.
LiKalmbach said Dean had told
him it was "a one-shot opera-
tion," but after it had continued
for a month Kalmbach began to
feel uneasy.
RU', GEO
agree on
two points
(Continued from Page 1)
rEO ALSO met strong oppo-
sition to a demand that a com-
mittee be established to re-
view conflicts over course con-
tent and grading, a proposal
which originates in their orig-
inal demand for a voice in de-
termining course content.
The University rejected "lie
concept, saying it does not want
an outside committee involved
in its internal affairs.
"No matter how you cut it,
somebody has to make a de-
cision," University negotiator
William Neff said. "What we
are saying is that it shuld be
your boss-not some commit-
tee."
GEO is meeting today at 8
p.m. in the Union Ballroom to
set a contract deadline on the
talks. If no contract is signed
by the deadilne, which is ex-
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HE MET WITH Ehrlichman
in the White House and said he
told him:
"John, I'm looking you right
in the eye. You know Barbara
and my family. I know Jean
and your family. You've got to
tell me this is something proper
I can go forward on."
"He said, 'It is proper. It's
for these fellows, for their at-
torneys' fees and family sup-
port . . Herb, you are to go
forward'."
ASKED BY prosecutor James
Neal if he felt he had a choice
on whether to pull out or con-
tinte, Kaimbach replied, "It
was in the form of a directive."
When he complained to Ehr-
lichman about the "007-type"
security arrangements he and
Ulasewiczrrused,Kalimbach said
the White House aide told him,
"They'd have our heads in their
laps . . . if the secrecy wasn't
maintained."
KalmbachsaidheadUs-

said, 'Tom, this is confidential
' .,
But .Kalmbach couldn't con-
tinue. Sirica turned to him and
asked, "Would you like to rest
for a moment?"
"YES," Kalmbach replied in
trembling voice.
"rWould you like tokhave a
recess?" the judge asked.
"Yes."
As he left the courtroom
Kalmbach removed his glasses,
pulled a handkerchief from his
pocket and wiped the tears from
his eyes.
U.N. votes
to unseat

(Continued from Page i)
of the security precautions.
The official Algerian News
Agency announced that Arafat
arrived in Algiers at 7 p.m.-
2 p.m. EST-and dined with
President Houari Boumedienne
and visiting Swedish Premier
Olof Palme. It was not an-
nounced when Arafat would
leave for the United States.
Meanwhile, at the United Na-
tions Palestinian guerrilla lead-
ers demanded their "legitimate
rights" to Israeli-held lands
yesterday while Israel raided
south Lebanon in a continuing
war against terrorists.
SHAFIC EL-HOUT, spokes-
man for the advance party, told
a news conference at U.N. head-
quarters his movement had
come on its first "major diplo-
matic undertaking" to ask for
the Palestinians' "legitimate
rights."
El-Hout. said the Israeli-
occupied West Bank and the
Gaza Strip "must be restored to
the Palestinian people." He in-
vited "Jews, Moslems and
Christians to struggle together
for . . . a democratic, open
state" in therrest of Palestine-
that is, in Israel itself.
Early yesterday morning, Is-
raeli raiders slipped a few hun-
dred yards across the Lebanese
border and demolished a house
allegedly used as 0 guerrilla

base. They returned with three
Lebanese prisoners "suspected
of collaborating with the ter-
rorists."
ISRAELI military sources
said the raiders came under
Lebanese artillery fire during
the raid, but suffered no casual-
ties.
Palestinian guerrillas in Bei-
rut said Israel was planning
daily raids to divert world at-
tention from the U.N. debate.
A Tel Aviv spokesperson de-
nied the attack was connected
to the United Nations and term-
ed it part of Israel's continuing
war against terrorists.
AND in Washington, the State
Department indicated yesterday
U.S. officials may meet with
representatives of the PLO dur-
ing the current U.N. debate on
Palestine.
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Ulasewicz was Mr. Rivers, The U. N. General Assembly
Kambach was Mr. Novak-and voted last night to exclude South
they talked to each other from' Africa from further participa-
pay phones in case anyone was tion in' thisyear's assembly
tapping their home telephones. session.
Algerian Foreign Minister Ab-
KALMBACH BROKE down delaziz Bouteflika, this month's
when he told how he obtained president of the assembly,
$75,000 in cash from Thomas ruled that South Africa no long-
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Jones," Neal asked, "he didn't
know what this money was
for,"
"ABSOLUTELY NOT," Kalm-
bach replied. "I'm glad you'
asked that question. Mr. Jones
is a fine man . ."
Kalmbach appeared more and
more upset, his hands were
shaking and he began to say,
"When I met with Mr. Jones Ia

Bouteflika said the repeated
rejection of credentials could be
interpreted as meaning that
"the General Assembly refuses
to have the delegation of South
Africa participate in its work.
"Thus, as president ' of the
29th General Assembly, I inter-
pret this as the decision of the
assembly - leaving open the
status of South Africa as a
member of the United Nations."

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