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Default Kalmbach Said to Be Deeply Hurt by Nixon's Silence

Remembering good old Herb

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., June 30—Herbert W. Kalmbach will go to prison tomorrow carrying what a friend described as a “deep hurt” over President Nixon's apparent displeasure because of Mr. Kalmach's decision to cooperate in the Government's prosecution of the Watergate conspiracy.

Since his sentencing on June. 17 Mr. Kalmbach was said to have waited in vain for “some word of sympathy or encouragement from the President, or at least an expression of grati tude for his 12 years of unquestioning loyalty.”

The 52‐year‐old former personal lawyer for Mr. Nixon was sentenced to a minimum six‐month term on two counts of illegal campaign fund solicitations. The plans for that sentence were changed abruptly Friday.

Mr. Kalmbach had planned to be driven tomorrow by his son Kurt to the Lompoc Federal Prison Camp 190 miles north of here. The camp administrator, Francis Ranger, had already assigned to him an iron bed in one of the 32‐man, barrackslike dormitories of the minimum security prison facility.

However, late Friday the Justice Department ordered him to report tomorrow to the United States Marshal in Baltimore.

The change was requested by the House Judiciary Committee to facilitate his appearance as a witness before the committee's Presidential impeachment hearings.

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