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Wednesday, December "

11 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

WensaIDcme ,17 H IHGNDIYtaeNn

I

Mills t(
(Continued from Page 1)
work to be done. I want out,"'
Mills was quoted as saying.'
Mills, complaining of exhaus-I
tion, entered the hospital last
week a few days after p-ublicly .
renewing his association with
Battistella by appearing brief-
ly on stage with her in Boston.
ALBERT said he also spoke1
with a doctor who attended
Mills and was told "in his judg-
ment, Mr. Mills is not able to
perform the duties of the chair-;
manship."
Albert said he was also told'
Mills "would make no further:
announcement of his intentionsj

leave

key

House

post

until his physical condition was3
determined to see whether he<
could carry on duties as a mem-
ber of the House or of the WaysI
and Means Committee or both."
"This seemed a fair way to
leave it," Albert said.
HE SAID he was given no
details of Mills' condition or of
further medical procedures to,
be undertaken.
The intermediary' was later:
identified as Rep. Joe Waggon-1
ner (D-La.), a member of the:
committee and close associate
of Mills.
Albert said the call was madej
to him in his capacity as chair- ,

man of the Democratic Steering ity is being enlarged to 37 and
and Policy Committee, which reorganized in accordance with
has the duty of submitting to the decisions of the Democratic
party caucus names of Demo- caucus for the new Congress,
crats to be members and chair- which decreed substantial chan-
men of committees. ges in House procedures.
The Steering Committee nam-
IT HAD already been assum- ed to Ways and Means Reps.
ed Albert and others that Mills Otis Pike, (D-N.Y.), and Ri-
would not be renominated for chard Vander Veen, (D-Mich.),

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chairman and it was known
that efforts were under way to
reach Mills, in seclusion at the
hospital, and persuade him to
withdraw gracefully.
Meanwhile the tightly organ-
ized 25 - person committee on
which Mills was always able to
maintain a conservative major-

both considered liberals, to re-
place two liberal Democrats re-
tiring from Congress.
There are an additional 10
Democratic places to be filled
because of the expansion of the
committee. Choices for these
seats could determine the bal-
ance and strongly influence leg-
islation in such fields as tax re-
vision and a national health in-
surance plan.
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(Continued from Page 1)
HERBERT Kalmbach, former
Nixon lawyer and political fund-
raiser, broke down while de-j
scribing how he solicited a $75,-
000 contribution from an indus-
trialist friend. The money went
into a fund from which pay-
ments were made to the Water-
gate burglars.
Ehrlichman told how he drove
to Camp David with White
House staff Chief H. R' "Bob"
Haldeman, who told him that
Nixon had decided that Ehrlich-
man must resign as a result of
his Watergate role.
Ehrlichman went to Aspen
Lodge, the Presidential cabin
at the Maryland mountain re-
treat, and found Nixon on the
terrace.
EHRLICHMAN said Nixon
told him "in substance that this
was a. very painful conversa-
tion . . . he broke down at one
point and cried . . . he said he
regretted very much having to
take this step . ."
"He said I had been his con-
science. I replied I hadn't been
as effective as I'd like.
"He said on reflection my
judgment had been correct."
EHRLICHMAN'S wife, Jean,
who was in the courtroom, bow-
ed her head and dabbed at herf
eyes.
After the recess Ehrlichman's
lawyer shifted to another sub-
ject but the former Nixon aide
interrupted him, saying, "May

I try to finish that answer? It's
important to me.
"I said he could explain to
our children why he was asking
me to leave and that basically
was the end of the meeting."
The next day, Nixon an-
nounced he had accepted, with
regret, the resignations of
Haldeman and Ehrlichman.
Students
fight hoard
(Continued from Page 1)$.50
THERE IS even talk of stu-
dents challenging the state law
in court. Feldt, who has spoken
to several lawyers on the mat-
ter in recent weeks, notes sob-
erly that a lawsuit would neces-,FRI.-SAT.
sitate "finding the people who
want to devote the time and en-
ergy" to defeat the statute in PHILO RECORD'S
court.
Deputy School Superintendent
Emerson Powrie, following a
meeting with the Yenta editors
yesterday afternoon, indicated
he favors upholding the state
law, without regard to his per-
sonal beliefs about birth con-
trol. Powrie called the law "a
very straightforward ruling."
The much - awaited decision
on the newspaper's publication
and distribution will come at
the school board meeting to-
night.

Ehrlichman

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