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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 15

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16 Gfllesburg Register-Moil, GQlesburg, 111, Wednesday, Moy 2, 1973 Bushnell Prom Is Scheduled Friday BUSHNELL - Bushnell- Prairfe, City High School's junior-senior prom will be held Friday beginning with the premiere at 6:30 p.m. in the school gymnasium. Thepublic, school officials saidrSfre invited to observe couples as they are introduced. After the banquet, Bob Boyd and his orchestra, Rushville, will provide music for dancing in the cafeteria. Theme of the prom will be "We've Only Just Begun." An after-prom party will be hosted by the senior class. The fishing derby which was to have been held Monday by the Bushnell Rotary Club for area youngsters was postponed because of rain. The eveflFwill be held this sum- Theme for Pack 346's meet* ing,'oMCub Scouts and Webe- » 6 Bqtty Friedan Labels Opponent Aii lAunt Tom 9 BtOCBVtlNGTON, 111. (UPI)- Wonjer $3 rights leader Betty Friedan* Tuesday labeled a debating -opponent "Aunt Tom" for opposing the goals of the Nation^ Organization of Women ^ndMhe proposed Equal Rights ^Amendment. During a debate with Mrs. Phyllis* Schlafly of Alton, 111., founHef of Stop ERA, Mrs. Friejiafi said, "It seems to me it if <jpr commitment to our sisters,*to other women, to insist ihat all women have equality it opportunity. "I,* consider you a traitor to your; sex, an Aunt Tom," Mrs. Friedan said. , Mis. Schlafly said the statement by Mrs. Friedan demonstrated that proponents of ERA Had "given up logical arguments and '"resorted to abusing opponents and hurling epithets at theni and making false and phony charges." Later in the debate, Mrs. Frieflan said to Mrs. Schlafly, "I'd) like to burn you at the stake as far as that is concerned." "Mis. Schlafly replied: "I 'm gladj you said that because it justjshows the intemperate na- -turenof proponents of ERA." Mis. Schlafly said passage of the ERA would force women to give! up rights and privileges they* now have as women. los Monday night at East Elementary School was "Fiesta Time." Various game booths were set up by the dens and a candy-fitted pin* ata helped promote the fiesta atmosphere. * Boys who qualified for awards included David Harper, Wolf badge and gold arrow under Wolf; Brad Thompson, silver arrow under Wolf; Bear; David Harn, gold arrow under Bear, and Odie McCance, gold arrow under Bear. Webelos awards went to Travis Havens, Kent Walters, Ronnie Promisson, Doug Livermore, Steve Lovell and John Slater, engineer badges. Five Bushnell-Pralrie City High School FFA members have applied for their state David Phelps, Wolf badge, geld and two silver arrows under Wolf; Rollie Walters, Nixon(Continued From Page 1) BUSHNELL MBS. JAY CLEMENS CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 660 W. Hurst St. Phone 772-2240 mother's pin $1000 Colorful, meaningful with fine simulated birthstones for each child (up to six stones). Custom- set, a treasure for mothers, grandmothers. Father's jewelry from |7.50. Leo Stein & Sons Inc. • Jewelry Dept. 34> E. MAIN ST. Downtown Galesburg don knew how to keep his mouth shut," investigators were quoted, "and they were right -he did." Liddy has been given a sentence of at least six years in prison for his part in the plot and has refused to tell grand jurors about details of the bugging. He was given an added term of up to eight months by the trial judge for refusal to testify. In another fresh development, Martha Mitchell, wife of the former attorney general who was head of the Nixon reelection campaign at the time of the bugging, was subpoenaed to give sworn testimony Thursday about what she knows about Watergate. Her testimony will be taken in New York as a deposition in a $6.4 million civil damage suit the Democratic party brought against principals in the bug ging case. Nixon was reported planning to complete the White House shake-up by next week. There was no' indication whether he intended to bring in new faces to succeed the three departing aides or to have present assistants take over their roles. A long-time political associate and erstwhile Cabinet member and counselor, Robert H. Finch, offered to help out in the reorganization temporarily. An attorney for Jeb Stuart Magruder, former deputy manager of Nixon's 1972 reelection campaign who resigned last week from a Commerce Department post, disclosed for the first time that his client already has gone before the grand jury. In talks with federal prosecutors, Magruder reportedly has implicated both Dean and Mitchell in the actual planning of the bugging. The President also told his cabinet that he was displeased by the way FBI agents moved into the White House Tuesday to secure the files and presidential papers in the offices abandoned by Dean, Ehrlichman and Haldeman. A spokesman said Nixon did not object to the "procedure," but he was disturbed by seeing the agents outside the three men's offices. Another reliable source said the President felt the FBI move was handled "clumsily," although he knew "it had to be done." two silver arrows under Wolf; Robbie Williamson and Mike Miller, Bear badges; Russell Ford, Bobcat pin; David Livermore, silver arrow under FFA degrees. They ere Steve Hess, son of Mr. end Mrs. Charles Hess Jr., of near Bushnell; Roger Still, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Still of near Marietta; Dan Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Williams of near Bushnell; Delbert Emory, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Emory of near Bushnell, and Dan McGrew, son of Mr. and Mrs. James McGrew of near Prairie City. Richard Jenkins, chapter adviser, noted that the chapter usually has two state farmers. Five members who have applied is a high percentage, he said. Judge(Continued From Page 1) Men's Fellowship of Christ* ian churches held its monthly meeting Monday night at the Astoria Christian Church. Attending from Bushnell were Keith Brewer, Benny Hilton, Glen Weiss, Tom Norris, Al Bliven, Joe tiombites, Oscar Taylor and Stephen Bliven. Mrs. Mary Brewer, Mrs. Irene Oiler, Mrs. Dana Ott and Miss Nellie Combites worked Tuesday at the La- Moine Nursing Home, Roseville. Uranus, Neptune and Pluto are planets that cannot be seen with the naked eye. The name ironwood designates no certain kind of tree. It is applied to a different tree In every country. Orientai eanin<£ Since 1919 James Demanes and Son, (formerly of Kellogg & Drake) have been in the business of selling and servicing Oriental Rugs. We offer the very finest in Oil Cleaning and Glazing of your priceless Oriental Rugs. 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Edgar there's no question that this Hoover's death, the agency mess over finding a leader itself, which is unparalleled in j the history of American jurisprudence." The motion referred to a meeting between Ehrlichman and Byrne at' the Western White House last month while the trial was in progress. Byrne has confirmed he Was invited there by Ehrlichman, briefly greeted the President and was told by Ehrlichman he was a candidate for another post. The White House has confirmed it ] was the directorship of the FBI. "Given the extraordinary interest the White House has shown in this case, we would, were we to use blunt language, characterize this as an attempt to offer a bribe to the court—an j attempt made in the virtual presence of the President of the United States—which was frustrated only because the judge I refused to listen to the offer,"' the motion declared. The judge had told the trial he told Ehrlichman that he could not discuss his offer in any way while sitting in judgment on Ellsberg. 5 Elderly Guests Killed in Blaze At Resort Hotel LAKEWOOD, N.J. (UPI) Five elderly guests were killed Tuesday when a general-alarm fire swept through an aging winter resort hotel. Nine others suffered minor injuries. "Once it got started, it was gone," said one of 60 firemen who finally brought the blaze at the Manhattan Hotel under control some 4% hours after the first alarm sounded. An immediate investigation was launched to determine the cause of the fire. FBI Morale Hits Low Ebb Year A fter Hoover's which he created during nearly 50 years of dedicated effort is n turmoil. Employe morale has hit a ow ebb and a temporary director is trying to salvage the reputation of the nation's top aw enforcement agency. The FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, which Hoover founded, pored the passing of this day in its May issue and no tributes were planned. "We've had so much trouble since Mr. Hoover died, we can't would sadden him." Hoover's agency, which he ruled with an iron hand, remained above politics. He was often criticized in later years, but he survived it all. The day after Hoover died, President Nixon named L. Patrick Gray III, a career Navy captain and lawyer with no law enforcement background, to serve as acting director until Congress could act on his nomination as the FBI's permanent chief. Gray became an early victim of the Watergate affair after he admitted to the Senate Judlci ary Committee that he furnished raw FBI files to White House Counsel John W. Dean HI—who Monday was fired by the President. Gray withdrew his nomination, but stayed on as acting director for two weeks until he resigned after further disclosures attempting to link him to Watergate. Gray has been replaced temporarily by William D. Ruckelshaus, former head of the Environmental Protection Agency, who does not want the job permanently. Senate Democratic whip Robert C. Byrd of West Virginia has introduced legislation that would remove the FBI from the Justice Department and make it an independent agency. Byrd's bill would provide for the director and assistant director to be chosen by the President for 7-year terms subject to Senate approval, but the legislation seems to have little chance. But FBI agents would prefer having a career man head the agency. MAY IS NATIONAL HOME IMPROVEMENT MONTH SALE! Near Townville Cabinets 6-ft. Starter Kitchen Regular $225.94 *177 Includes: 36-in. sink base, 36-in. base cabinet, 36 -in. .wall cabinet, countertop. Get a handsome start on your new kitchen with deep- tone finish Townville cabinets. Many sizes available. Sink, faucet, installation extra. Phone for FREE estimate Nowl New Custom II Series 24,000 BTU Central Air Conditioning Regulor $384 New this year: Sears thrifty Custom Series central air conditioning. 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