Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 26, 1973 · Page 25
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(aolesbufg Reoister>MQil, Golesburg, 111. Thursdgy, Apri 1,26. 1973 ,25 DELEGATfi-iPatricla Harm* iMNi, daogtiter of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Harmison of near Oneida, has been selected by Rylander • Milroy American Legion Aaxlliary, Oneida, to attend lUinl Girls' State Jdn« U-M at MacMorray College, JacksonviUe. Watergate: Will It Hamper Foreign Policy? By StteWAllT HJ^SL ^y WASttlNOTON (UPI)- lliere growing eoneem whither the political inaebtrom Idtiown as the Watergate wUl permanently hamper President Nixon In his conduct of foreign policy. No one will really know the answer for some titne. WiiMiigtOM Window At one extreme are those who believe that a politically crippled Presklent wlU find his effectiveness In international affairs diminished greatly, despite the fact (hat his wounds are of domestic origin and to some extent self-inflicted. At the otfier extreme are thbse who hold that once the President has fulfilled his vow to clean house, he will find no great difificulty in resuming progress on his "era of negotiations." Nixon's foreign policy ad- the Watergate could seriously viser, Henry A. Kissinger, acknowledged this week that affect tJ.S. foreign relations, and urged the nation to "forego an orgy of recriminations." This undoubteidly foreshadows an appeal to Congress and the public to close ranks in support of a foreign policy which has been generally applauded during the past four years. Major Questions Much will depend on the answers to two major questions: , —How will foreign leaders,, particularly in Russia and China, assess the authority of the President to make new commitments or fulfill old ones with solid public backing? .—Will congressmen, many smarting under what they consider executiv.e disdain, take advantage of the situation to enhance support for projects such as troop withdrawals from Europe and major neglect of Asia whidi would undercut presidential objectives in those two areas? Very few officials, congressmen or diplomats believe Moscow or PeMng will seek to take advantage of Nixon's current troubles to score short- term unilateral gains. The majority believe that the two major Communist powers will continue to pursue the paths opened at the Moscow and Peking summit conferences, for purely pragmatic reasons of self-interest -economic advantages and the easing of tensions that might provoke nuclear war. June Visit Soviet leader Leonid I. Brezhnev, who is coming here in June, and Chinese Premier Chou En-lai presumably are more concerned over whether Nixon will be hamstrung by the Congress in carrying out his program. Japan and U .S. allies in Europe also will be uncertain for a time of the effect of Watergate on American policies in whidi they are vitally interested. Nixon's problems are complicated by continuation of an Unsettled war in Southeast Asia and increasing peril of conflict in the Middle East. On the basis of past history, the Watergate probably will make it more difficult for Nixon to achieve the rapid progress he had hoped for on the international front but will not have a really crippling effect. Tilings are probably neither as bad as they look to some, nor as hopeful as they look to others. There has been considerable criticism of the alleged arrogance and insensitivity of some members of the White House staff who appear to be in deepest trouble. And there has been a conthiuous tendency on the pari of the administration to brush off the press as an irtesptmsible nuisance. With some new faces on the White House staff and evidence of some trace of presidential hmnility, the odds are that Nixon can weather the Watergate without serious and lasting damage to his foreign policy. At least, that is the majority view among diplomats and officials at the moment. Soprano Winner Of Music Prize Miss Joyce Ann Andrews, 22, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Andrews, Altona, was named winner of the Ululani Robertson Jabulka Memorial award for vocalists durhig the 17th annual auditions held April 16 hi Honolulu by the Momhig Music Club of Honolulu. 420 E. Moin — Open Mon. & Fri. 'Til 9 P.M. look for this embl «n) Selected meichandte for our 40lh yMT MidN«riion tors* tractor fyp* tires , Twin Uada 34" cwMinB deck ISAVE % 4.PACK LIGHT BULBS Regularly 4/$l.l 9 • Soft white long-Ufa • 60,75 or 100 watts 17-5775.9,T EA. 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