People, Dec. 30, 1974

The impeachment committee's former counsel, John Door, 53, went for speed. Stephen Smith, 47, opted instead for some fancy figure work. Meanwhile, Ethel Kennedy, 46, who was holding the ninth Christmas skating party for the children of Brooklyn's Bedford Stuyvesant ghetto, got to know her guests. "Hold me up please," she joked to a small muffled figure wobbling round the newly opened local rink, built by a fund-raising organization begun in 1967 by her late husband Bobby. Just a couple of days later and across New York City, former Mayor John Lindsay, 53,...

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