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August 12, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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Nixon. Occupied With Paper Wor/c Weather Forecast Warm we a I her is forecast Monday for the South and East. Cooler weather is fore- cut from the Pacific North- west to the Upper Great Lakes. Rain and showers are expected for the northern Rockies and northern Plains. Showers are also forecast fo the Great Lakes and scatter ed areas In the East. (AP Wirephoto) Ehrlichman Says Nixon Preferred To Be Aloof · · SEATTLE, Wash. (AP) -- As President, Richard M. Nixon ·purposely remained aloof from dozens of middle an lower level White House staffers and only rarely socialized with his top aides, says John D. Ehrlichman. Only two or three times in the four and one-third years that Ehrlichman was a top aide to Nixon did the Nixons and the ·Ehrlichmans get together socially, Ehrlichman says . : Ehrlichman added in an interview Sunday that Nixon's relationship with his then-chief of staff H.R. Haldeman was about the same: Numerous contacts during the working day but only rare private social get- togethers . "That was not because of a character flaw necessarily, but because of his sense of what the relationship ought to be between the President and his staff," he said. Ehrlichman also said Nixon, who Friday became the first president In U.S. history to resign, purposely had little contact with middle and lower level White House, staffers. "We talked about the desirability of his Just going out and going in and out of offices and saying hello to secretaries and dropping In on staff members," but Nixon rejected. the idea, Ehrlichman said. "I thought the decision was a mistake." Ehrlichman said if Nixon had spent time .talking with those employes "I think it would have enhanced staff performance." Ehrlichman resigned his White House post as chief domestic affairs adviser to Nixon on April 30, 1973. amidst the then burgeoning Watergate scandal. He said on Sunday that Nixor Vsurely must be very unhappy' pow. "He's had a very personal defeat In Washington in a po litical sense and he's an Individ ual who' doesn't like to lose "It's been my experience tha losing does not put him out o business, so to speak, doesn' down him for long. But certain ly I'm sure he is what you would call a bad loser." Ehrlichman said he thinks Nixon, now at home at his San Clemente, Calif., estate, wil make a personal comeback and perhaps do some writing and eventually become a senior statesman of some sort. He said he did not think Con- gress should continue with ii peachment . proceedings n should court action be broug against the former president. SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. (AP) Massive correspondence and iper work will occupy Richard , Nixon in coming days, in ad- lion to whatever Watergate urmoil might lie ahead. Three principal assistants are orking wilh Nixon here at his eanfront retreat in his transi- on from president to' private tlzen. In addition, he has met ilh two close friends. The Presidential Transition cl provides Nixon with staff upport lor six months. Prlnci a) tasks are lo handle corre xmdence remaining from the id of Nixon's presidency and o arrange for movement of his oluminous presidential papers The assistants also are nan dling Ualsoo with the new fhile House staff of Presiden 'ord. The three top aides here will Jixon are his former press sec etary, Ronald L. Ziegler; for mer appointments secrelar tephen Bull and military aid "M. Jack Brennan. Severa ower ranking assistants from White House days also are her along with Dr. Walter Tkacb Nixon's personal physician "' Vashihgton. The staff is working at the o Ice compound formerly calle he Western White House, cated on a Coast Guard facilil adjacent to Nixon's 26-acre es ate. Operators at a lelephon .wilchboard, greatly vuide manned from previous time now answer "San Clemente nslead of "Western Whil rlouse." Under the Former Presiden six months transition to near' (100,000 annually for support in office staff. An Bide sa this office likely will be quar tered at the f o r m e r Wested White House. He also said the definitely will be a president) library to house Nixon's pape and mementos, although a si has not been determined. The aide, who asked not to 1 named, said Nixon has be reading and working in his o fice, where news service tic ers still operate. He said t former president will seek f greater privacy as citizen Ni on than as chief executive. On Sunday Nixon worked his office for - more than hour and visited with frien G "Bebe" Robozo and Rob Abplanalp, aides said. In e afternoon the former Presi nt went on a three-hour out ',, spending an hour on the ach at Camp Pendlelon Ma ne Base, just south of his resi nee, then driving with Re- Photographer Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Hon., Aug. 12, 1974 PAYETT1VILLC, ARKANSA* WASHINGTON (AP) -- Da vld Hume Kennerly has left his post with Time Magazine to be come the official White House photographer. Kennerly. 27, won the 1972 Pulitzer Prize for photography for his Vietnam coverage for United Press International. President Ford announcec Kennedy's appointment on Sun day. Ollte Atkins served White House photographer dur ing the Nxon administration. Two Persons Killed On Stale Roads By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Doris Odella Bennctl of Louisville, Ky.. nnd Staney DC-. wayne Alexander, 22, of near Tcxarkuna were the only persons killed in Arkansas traffic accidents during the weekend, Slate Police said. Stale Police said Ihc Bcnnclt woman was killed and eight other persons were injured in n two-vehicle accident on Inter- state 40 near Brinklcy. Trooper John Condor said the Bennett woman's station wagon ran off the road in heavy rain. H» said the car returned to the highway and was then struck by unolhcr automoble. Alexander was killed when his car struck a bridge abutment and overturned near Texarkana. authorities said. zo to Red Beach to join Mrs. .xon and their daughter Trlcla nd .son-in-law Edward C o x IB family returned home in te afternoon. Earlier Abplanalp and Re- KZO, interviewed briefly at a ;arby restaurant while they _nched, said they had lalked everal tunes with Nixon dur- the weekend 'We are out here as friends do what we can--that's all," aid Abplanalp. "He seemed me; he is not upset." Both men said any more sub- antive remarks would be in ppropriate. Through an in estment company, the two wn about three-fourths of the creage In the Nixon com round. Woman Killed In Freak Accident KINGMAN, Ariz. (AP) -- An Arkansas woman and a Culilor nia girl were killed Sunday when they were thrown [rom he camper shell of an over- urning pickup truck on U.S. C6 near here, the highway patrol said. Mary Jane Clay, 49, of Mariana, Ark., and Tracy Taylor, i, of Porterville. Calif., died of massive injuries when a pickup-camper rig driven by Mrs. Clay's husband, Guy 53, was i struck by a car and rolled j three times, investigators said. The driver of the cor, Alejandro C. Flores, 37, Los Angeles, over-corrected when his vehicle ran off the right side of the roadway, causing it lo veer across the centerline and strike the camper, officers said. Flores and Clay were hospitalized here, as were three other camper passengers: Cindy Taylor, 29. and Whilney Taylor, 4 months, Porterville, Calif.; and Barbara Clay, 13, Mariana, Ark. DILL/XRD'S Generators To Arrive RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. 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