Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 1, 1974 · Page 37
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 37

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 1, 1974
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40 Northwest ArUonsos TIMES, Wed., May 1, 1974 FAYETTEVII.L.E. A R K A N S A S - " ' Nixon Campaign Begins Six Words Activate Machinery Bv G A Y L O K I ) S H A W --Brought A long-time Nixon Tlirse residents of (he Cornell University Swine Barns at All Smiles l l l i n c a . N.Y- are all smiles as Ihey enjoy Ihe spring sun- shine. (AP Wirepholo) Ihorfon Doubts Nixon Supplied 'Best Evidence' WASHINGTON (AP) -- Hep. Ray Thornton, D-Ark., said Tuesday that President Nixon ] technically still has not supplied \ f h a i was requested in the House J u d i c i a r y Committee's subpoena of 42 Watergate-related tape recordings. Thornton, a member of the Judiciary Committee, said the committee's subpoena asked for the "best evidence." "The question t h a i will be before the committee is whether the President's action last night constitutes s u b s t a n t i a l compliance with the subpoena or not," tie said Asked whether he personalty thought the President had complied with the spirit, of the dem a n d , Thornton said that was "not a matter to be determined by a poll of the i n d i v i d u a l members of the committee." Thornton said a committee 'meeting scheduled for Tuesday had been deferred so the comm i t t e e staff could receive and analyse materials thai Nixon said he would t u r n over lo the House i n q u i r y , Thornton said that if the President is found not lo be in compliance with the subpoena .hat would be considered with other evidence in light of the nossiblity of impeachment proceeding-,. WASHINGTON (AP) w a n t it out. Get going," With those six words, Kichard M. Nixon relayed Lo his aides his decision to publicly release edited transcripts uf dozens of his private Watergate conversations. lie was rolling t h e dice in one of the biggest gambles of his ^residency and he was launch ng what could become one ol he biggest public relations :urnpaigns in American political history. Unlike most gamblers, Nixon may have to wait months to .earn w h e t h e r he won or iosi, But his order, recalled Tues :Jay by an aide, set in motion an almost f r a n t t c effort to, a. 1 Nixon would later tell the na tion, "provide all the additiona evidence needed to get, Wat' ate behind us." _ According to sources :·· 1 ! and outside the While House, Nixon's six word;,: --Caused dozens or government employes from presidential aides to journeyman printers to work non-slop for almost two days on the mechanics of producing for public consumption the 1.3(18 pages of edited transcripts; --Sent two middle-level White House aides h u r r y i n g through the capital's descried streets a f t e r m i d n i g h t to a soot-staim-rl ed-brick, government building tarrying the then-secret Iran scripts; __ ' ^'associate, Herb Klein, back to t n p n r a r y fluty at the White men to devise a carefully choreographed set of moves tle- iigned to emphasize the mars- ,ivc nature of Nixon's disclosure. Nixon aides say ne decided iluring the weekend to respond to a House J u d i c i a r y Corn- louse as an :onsuHant; --Prompted u n o f f i c i a l media the Presidents w r i t t e n copies of the transcripts the presidential seal, each with were handed to a pair of White House aides with orders In deli ver them to the Government Printing Office's main planl-- the printing office's deadline if was to reproduce the transcripts for distribution to the news media Tuesday afternoon. an average of about 25 typewritten transcript pages. But when the material was prepared for distribution to the news media, it was a single 8 . book, 2'/a inches Herb Klein, who left as White Flouse communications director last, year for a job as a television executive, was given a temporary office and spent mitlce subpoena by s"upplying lhour ? offering suggestions to to the panel's impeachment -n- quiry, and then making public, edited transcripts of some of his Watergate conversations. That resulted in his Monday night address to the nation, the Tuesday morning delivery of the transcripts Lo Capitol Hill and the subsequent release of a blue-bound bonk almost as thick as the M a n h a t t a n telephone hook. At 2:45 a m . Monday, type- presidential aides and telephoning friends in the media across the country. Other presidential aide.^ decided upon props for Nixon's television appearance -- twin stacks of notebooks containing the transcripts, which were displayed at the President's side as he spoke. The television audience saw an impressive bulk of 50 three- ring binders emblazoned with by-10-inch thick, Each of the ;ia members ol !C Judiciary Committee re ceived a brown manila folder about four inches thick. These contained copies of the editet ranscripts--and were deliverec in a way intended lo emphasize again the volume. Sirica Refuses To Step Aside WASHINGTON (AP) - U.S. District Court Judge John J. Sirica has turned down a request that he disqualify himself from presiding at Ihe Wa- .crgate cover-up trial. Sirica, who was the judge in he original Watergate break-in rial, rejected Tuesday the disqualification motions filed April 10 bv four defendants indicted the cover-up. They are scheduled to go on trial Sept. 10. The motions had beoi filed for former Atty. Gen. John N. Mitchell and former White House aides John D. Ehrlic- man. Charles W. Colson and Gordon Strachan. The four defendants claimed Sirica had "generally displayed what can only he called a prosecutorial interest." Household Hint Put candles in the refrigerator about 24 hours before using them. This will reduce dripping, as it keeps the candles from b u r n i n g down too quickly. SEWING CLASSES ENROLL TODAY FABRIC CITY REUPHOLSTERY SPECIAL! 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