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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, June 4, 1976

Hays resigns from key House post

(Continued from Page 1) The Justice Department and a
them any questions concerning federal grand jury also are in-
my role as chairman." vestigating. Sources have said
House Speaker Carl Albert' Ray told FBI agents she knows
called Hays' move away from of six other women whose gov-
control of the campaign com- ernment jobs involved provid-
mittee "a good thing." But Al- ing sex to congressmen or
bert wouldn't say whether he their constituents.
thought Hays should quit the Former Rep. Kenneth Gray
Administration Committee post. (D-Ill.) who once employed
"If I were to speak out, it Miss Ray on his congressional
would tend to prejudice the staff, said he will ask to go be-
caucus," Albert said. fore the ethicsecommittee and
HAYS, A 6S-year-old Demo- "lay it all on the table." He de-
crat from Ohio, has been accus- clared: There is absolutely no
ed by Elizabeth Ray, 33, of way, in my personal opinion,
putting her on his Administra- that you can believe anything
tion Committee payroll to pro- that she says.. She's merely
vide him with sex. Hays has' trying to sell a book."
admitted having a "personal re- RAY HAS BEEN quoted as
lationship" with her but denies saying that when she worked
that her only duties were to be for Gray she was often given
his mistress. days off to prepare for dates
Requiring a government em- with him or with favored con-
ploye to provide sex as part of stituents. Gray denies this and
her job could violate laws has sought to show she lied in
against misusing public funds. claiming she could not type,

file or answer the telephone.
In addition to a book for a
New York publisher, Ray has
made an "exclusive deal" to
tell her story on television, said
one of her lawyers, Seymour
Feig. He refused to elaborate
on the deal, but added that she
also is negotiating with a week-
ly tabloid newspaper, The Na-
tional Enquirer.
FEIG SAID Ray is leaving
her suburban Virginia apart-
ment because "she has been
urged by her physician to leave
and not to come back."

After the ethics committee
meeting, Chairman Flynt told
reporters fewer than five new
names came up during the pan-
el's discussion of the scandal.
He refused to reveal them, but
said they were not names of
congressmen. Flynt said the
committee staff would begin
interviews immediately and is-
clude Hays and Miss Ray.
Asked if Rays would appear
before the committee as early
as next week, Flynt said: "I
don't intend to call him on the
day of his primary." Ohio holds

its primary election next Tues-
day.
In his statement, Hays said:
"I have become aware of the
concern on the part of a num-
ber of Democrats that my
chairmanship of the Demo.
cratic House Campaign Com-
mittee places an unnecessary
and unwarranted burden on
my fellow Democratic candi-
dates . . .
Los Angeles in 1860 was a
cattle town of about 5,000 resi-
dents.

Television viewing tonight

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SUNDAY, June 6
9:00-3:00 p.m.
201 H ill Street

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Friday, June 4, 1976
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SUNDAY, JUNE 13
2 Concerts 2:00 p.M. & 8:00 p.m.
Reserved seats $8.00 entire day rr $5.00 for each show. John
Prine will be featured in both shows. TICKETS AVAILABLE at
following outlets:
UAC/Mich. Union Box Office noon-3:30 p m. Mon-Sat.
Herb David Guitar Studio on State St.
Briarwood Hudsons
BY MAIL: Send stamped self-addressed envelope and certified
check or money order to: Mich. Union Box Office, 530 State St.
AA 48109.
This festival of music is a benefit by the above performers for
the ARK and all proceeds will go to The ARK. Drawing will be
held for Guild Guitar and Great Lakes Banjo courtesy of Herb
David's Guitar Studio and Great Lakes Banjo Company.

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