Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 3, 1973 · Page 7
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 7

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, May 3, 1973
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OfBuggi Effi By STEWART HENSLEY WASHINGTON (UPI)President Nixon's image abroad undoubtedly has been tarnished by the Watergate scandal but members of his official family contend —and most foreign diplomats appear Washington Window to agree —that it is too early to tell whether the continuing revelations will have any lasting effect on his foreign policy. Diplomacy in the nuclear age [is a very hard-nosed business. Leaders of foreign nations In the main are not particularly concerned with the morality or ethics of the administration with which they deal except to the extent that domestic political turmoil may inhibit the President's ability to deliver on international promises. However, it is possible that the momentum of Nixon's program may be reduced for a time as foreigners wait to see whether domestic affairs are going to hamstring him on thenations of the world, Including International front. Heavy Traffic The diplomatic traffic in and lout of Washington already scheduled is considerable: —Nixon has met two days this week with West Carman Chancellor Willy Brandt, in which they discussed Nixon's plans for revitalizing the Western Alliance and expanding its scope beyond military affairs to deal with the economic and monetary problems that plague the industrial 2 Double Cheeseburgers Mr. Quick Dollar Stretchers 4 Cheeseburgers or HOURS: SUN. • THURS. 10:30 A.M. to 11 P.M. FRI. ft SAT. 10:30 A.M. to 12 P.M. MIDNIGHT Inside Sitting For 64 High Chairs For Tho Kids Quick 914 N. HENDERSON ST. Japan —Presidential adviser Henry A. Kissinger is off for Moscow to make final arrangements for the Nixon-Brezhnev summit conference in Washington expected to begin June 25. —Kissinger, after returning torn Moscow, will go to Paris in mid-May to > discuss with Hanoi's Le Due Tho arrangements by which it is hoped to Imake the Vietnam cease-fire more effective. Plan Meeting Nixon and French Presi fdent Georges Pompidou plan to meet toward the end of May on "neutral territory" somewhere in the Western Hemisphere — [perhaps British Bermuda. Pom pidou refuses to set foot on American soil since he and his wife were mistreated by pro- Israel demonstrators in Chicago in September, 1970.. —Premier Kakuei Tanaka is expected to visit Washington in early June to discuss Japan's role in proposed U.S.-European negotiations on economic and monetary matters and compare notes with Nixon on the progress of each country in establishing diplomatic rela tions with Peking. •The President plans to make a tour of Europe next fall, solidifying progress made until then in his various foreign policy campaigns. Fish(Continued From Page 5) the event. Many didn't catch a fish either day. It showed that the fish were coming hard, and those who caught them had to work at it. Reveal Trend The tournament also revealed the growing popularity of spin ner baits. 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