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April 21, 1973

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 10

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'4 i * 'sHeadlines re stalls Surface • 9 By C. W. ORH United Press International For n\onths, speculation and rumors have spread around Washington about the break-in AtiH hiiffoinff of the Democratic The National Committee's offices in the Watergate building, by persons associated with Presi­ dent Nixon's te-electlon campaign. The speculation didn't stop this week, but President Nixon, condemning "attempts to cover up," said he had been conducting his own investigation that had found "major developments." "Real them. Mitchell earlier sa knew nothlnl about the in dther news this week: 1 he bugt ifi > in effort to make mote iu^Ues i States. made WORST SEAT IN THE HOUSE It'i no fun to be confined by a serious accident or illnett. But it ii comforting to know that an £tna Life Major Medical Expense Plan can help free you from the worry of large medical bills. Get the facts from us. LAWRENCE D. JOHNSON INSURANCE Main & Cherry St$. Phone 342-4181 Rtpresenttng lha Aetna CasuaUr and Surety Company el Haiiiotd, Conn. WD SUKTV COMP/MT HMTFOm. CONNECTICtn progress has been in finding the truth," Nixon said, although he did not get specific. Nixon also ordered his staff to cooperate with hearings that will be held by a Senate select committee headed by Sen. Sam J. Ervin Jr., D-N.C. "AH members of the White House staff will appear voluntarily when requested by the committee," Nixon said. Nixon previously had cited "executive privilege" in refusing to allow aides to testify in the Capitol Hill inquiry. No 'Scapegoat' White House Ck)unsel John W. Dean III issued a statement after Nixon's announcement that he would fight attempts to malte him a "scapegoat" in the incident. In the past, Nixon had expressed his confidence in Dean, who conducted an earlier White House inquiry on Watergate and found no involvement by anyone in the administration. This week, there was, noticeably, no White House statement of support of Dean. The name of former Attorney General John N. Mitchell, who was Nixon's campaign manager at the time of Watergate, also came up in the speculation. The New Yorit Times said he told •friends he heard -of plans for the bugging, but had rejected WASHtNOTON ^ The Pentft' gon announced plans to close of scale down operations at nearl) 300 dondestic niiUtary bases The changes will eliminate 26,000 civilian, jobs and 16,000 military jobs. WASHINGTON The Su WASHINGTON Nixon said he President would end preme court ruled that states can pass laws assessing dam* ages for offshore oil spill. Th« ruling involving a Florida law which is tougher than federal standards. Look in the wcUon in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, iiCWtMg to thi stars. fm MONtlAY, APRIL xs. mi WASHINGTON Chinese mandatory import quotas on oil (Continued on Page 14) Capt, Richard Gladfelter, who ard, Abingdon, was graduated is from Galfesburg, regularly recently at Keesler AFB, Miss,, plays the role of a clown for from the Air Force's personnel underprivileged children in the affah-s specialist course con- cnlumbus Ga ducted by the Air Traimng ^IrSl So fhP Command He was taught has- area. He is the j^. fundamentals and proce- son of Mr. and jjufgg applicable to service ben- Mrs. John R. efits, government and commer- Gladfelter, Long Beach, N.C. The . - . u «.- « • . s-'- »is„o and retirement benefits. He is captam s al as j^^.^g ^^^^^^^ j g^^y^^ is Pvt. nolo the APR iwinw wifw o Gladfelter Qown. Gladf e 11 e r AFB, Mich., with a unit of the Strategic Air Command. was assigned to Airman Jonathan M. Douglass, Vietnam as a medic while still son of Mr. and Mrs. Joyce M. an enlisted man but later came to Ft. through Benning Ga., to go the officer candidate course. He is presently assigned to the Third Army Student Detachment with the officer undergraduate degree program at Columbus College, Columbus, Ga. f Airman John E. Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl R. How- Douglass, 839 Locust St., has been assigned to Sheppard AFB, Tex., after completing basic trailing at the A i r Douglass Training C 0 m m a n d's Lackland AFB, Tex. He has March 21 to April M (Aries)-- Patieme wilt be needed in & few tricky spotd but day, on the whole, has a big potential. Avoid undue haste^ anxiety. You CAN deliver the goods. April l\ to May 21 (Taurus)Let your instincts guide you now since yaur chances of attaining goals are exceHent. Imagination and a little daring could pay off handsomely. May 22 to June 21 (Gemini)— Planetary influences favorable. You should be able to put over new ideas successfu}ly. Handle assignments with confidence. Capitalize on ywir many talents. June 22 to July 23 (Cancer) Several chances to do better than usual. Take advantage of all worthwhile opportunities. A good period in which to t new ideas, methods. July 24 to Aug. 23 (Leo) — Be alert to those who would mislead you, do not expect too much in the way of help from others and do not scatter energies. Taking such precauttMs, you cah make a good go of things. Aug. 24 to Sept. 23 (Virgo) — Searching for offbeat avenues toward achievement could lead you astray now. Do the best yau can in your own field and gains will be yours. Sept. 24 to Oct. 23 (Libra) Especially favored been assigned to the Technical Training Center at Sheppard for specialized training in aircraft maintenance. This Date Allowed Parking Cherry Sts.) New Center. Parking Will Former Kroger (between Broad Con$truction i Plaza Shopping Thank you Leibovitz now: Science, accounting, clerical work, all endeavors which require meticulous handling of details. An excellent day for trying out new methods. Oct. 24 to Nov. 22 (Scorpio) — Do not coast when you should Sgt. I .e. Ron MiUard, Gales-,be moving into high gear in burg recruiter, announced today i business, work or financial mat- the following men who,enlisted Army during March: Ernest E. Powell, son of Mr. ters. But neither press nor strain. Follow a smooth course. Nov. 23 to Dec. 21 (Sagittari- Krnest K . roweii, son or mr.i i^w. M W vrcv. H^M. \^as^\.\,aii- and Mrs. Ernest C. Powell of us) — How you use your talents near Abingdon, who is taking basic training at Ft. Ord, Calif.; Randy R. Blodgett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rodney G. Blodgett, Yates City, who is taking basic training at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., and Randy L. Holt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Corse Holt, Little York, who is taking basic training at Ft. Polk, La. Midwest Admiral Employees and possibilities will be of paramount importance now. Astute thought BEFORE taking action will save time, prevent errors. Dec. 22 to Jan. 20 (Capricorn) — Fine Saturn influences! A good day for making important decisions. Especially favored: Business negotiations, investments made with the future in mind, all occupations involving dealings with the public. Jan. 21 to Feb. 19 (Aquarius) — You may have to engage m a battle of wits. Investigate to be sure you have all facts. Beneath your sometimes materialistic surface is an idealist: Bring this self to the f:re now. Feb. 20 to March 20 (Pisces) for this Admonitions day: Don't be so overly cautious that you lose out on advantages, and don't rely on help from anyone. This is a period when your own grit must see you through. YOU BORN TODAY are extremely ambitious and unusually versatile, especially along scientific lines. Your lieenness and sensitivity to the needs and conditions of others give you fine equipment to be a physician, where your intuitional feeling for diagnosis and treatment would be invaluable. You would also make an excellent nurse. Unlike many other Tau- reans, you prefer science to art, although you may take up the latter as an avocation. You love nature and would make an excellent horticulturist or botanist. Traits to curb: obstinacy and jealousy. Birthdate of: Wm. dramatist; Shakespeare, poet, James Buchanan, 15th U.S.A. Pres., In 1972, Britons John Fairfax and Sylvia Cook landed in Australia after rowing across the Pacific Ocean from San Francisco. A thought for the day: British statesman Sir Winston Churchill said, '*If we open a quarrel between the past and the present, we shall find that we have lost the future.*' BEAT INFLATION EARN i Year Certificate Note$ SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ^<UN AMD CMERRY STREETS GALES8URG. ILLINOIS ISOO.OO Mioimu |Z5,(NM».00 Maximum ¥ur In/ttrmallon Write t4 Pott Office Box 379, (ialeiburg. WBBIBf - mint ww^nrw /'r I DISCOUNT PRICES At • reminder, all Kroger Slbrei will btdoie^ on Sundiy to thil our employtet otn enjoy Eatler Tuetday iiiiiiiiiiiii 7-Day Special USDA Kroger Grade A DOZ Limit 1 Doz. WITH $10 PURCHASE Good thru tuei.. Apr. 24, Limit 1 - V M\ 0 Gelatin 3-OZ PKG r EVERYDAY "i j ^OISCOUliT PBICE ! or A r r tVtRVOAY "1 I \ oiSCOUMTPRICE, L.^- [ EVERVDAY"! '^DISCOUNT PRICEJ 'i < 4 I

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