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May 9, 1973

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 23

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Nixon Rules on Testimony Raise Disturbing Questions Gqlesburg Re^ister*Mail, Gdlesburg, HI. Wednesd^ Mdy 9, 197323 By NORMAN KEMPSTfcR WASHINGTON (U P1) President Nixon has issued new rules for "executive privilege" which raise disturbing questions about his own declarations that he was misled (or nine months about the gravity ot the Watergate scandal. Washington Window If the rules mean what they appear to say, they could block the FBI and a federal grand jury from asking present or former White House staff members if they ever discussed the Watergate with the Presl* dent. Without the testimony of staff members concerning discussions with the President, it is difficult to see how the grand jury could ever determine with certainty if Nhton knew of the bugging of the Democratic national headquarters or the subsequent effort to cover it up. The guideline, prepared by White House Counsel Leonard Garment, provides: Official Duties "Past and present members of the President's staff ques- FORMES GRAND At MICHIGAN U.S. Govt. Inspect. (WHOLE) FRYING CHICKENS c lb LEAN MEATY PORK STKS. or LOIN END PORK ROAST ib 79c Lb. CENTER CUT RIB Pork Chops JS109 SLICED INTO PORK CHOPS 1 4 Pork Loin C ib Royal Crown COLA 16 oz. Btls. MRS. TUCKERS Shortening 3 Lb. Tin BAGGIES Trash Bags 10 Ct. Pkg. CLIP & SAVE LIPTON Instant 3-oz. TEA JAR With Thii Coupon fORRIES Exp. MKT. 5-13-73 mlgers coffee IP & SAVE \WsS FOLGER'S COFFEE ^ $ 1.59 With This Coupon FORRIES MKT. (S) Exp. 5-13-73 NOTICE: We have had many requed* to keep a cloie in this end of town. If you really want a atoie here, please give ua all the aupport you can until we can put in some battel facilities. Try our meat dept. You can't do better anywhere. If you support us now we will give you a nice store in the near future. 8 to 8 Mon. thru Sat. 9 to 1 Sun. tioned by the FBI, Ervin committee (Senate Watergate committee headed by Sen. Sam Ervin, D-N.C), of a grand jury should invoke the privilege only in connection with conversations with the President, conversations among them' selves involving communication with the President and as to presidential papers. Presidential papers are all documents produced or received by the President or any member of the White House staff in connection with his official duties." White House spokesmen argue the rules are not intended as a bar to testimony by anyone. They stress the preamble of the guidelines: "The President desires that the invocation of executive privilege be held to a minimum.' No one will know just how the guidelines will operate until the first present or former staffer invokes privilege. In the meantime, the speculation remains. Would Raise Eyebrows Critics say Nixon has expanded executive privilege far beyond its scope in previous administrations. But even if the doctrine were firmly rooted in history, its use in the Watergate case would raise eyebrows. In his televised address to the nation April 30, Nixon said he first learned from news, reports of the Watergate bugging. He said he was misled by members of his staff for nine months. The guidelines on executive privilege would appear to permit a present or former presidential staff member to refuse to tell the grand jury or the Ervin committee if he ever discussed the Watergate with the President before March. If the President did not know anything about the crime or the coverup, it would appear to be prudent for him to instruct his aides to say so. As Nixon said in his Watergate speech: "In matters as sensitive as guard ing the integrity of our democratic process, it is essential not only that rigorous legal and ethical standards be observed, but also that the public, you, have total Confidence that they are both being observed and endorsed by those in authority ..." North Henderson Group Schedules Sale May 26th NORTH HENDERSON North Henderson United Methodist Women will have a bake sale at McKnight's Hardware Store, Alexis, May 26 starting at 8 a.m. / Community residents are invited to a Holiday Supper at North Henderson United Methodist Church May 12 at 6:30 p.m. J Entertainment will be by the Nalley family, and homemade items will be auctioned. Persons attending are asked to bring their own table service. Alexis American Legion Post 189 will conduct memorial services May 28 at Nerth Henderson Cemetery. Services will be held at the Alexis Cemetery an hour later. Rev. LaVerne Justis, pastor of Norwood United Presbyterian Church, will give the invocation, and Rev, Richard Harden, pastor of Alexis United Presbyterian Church, will give the address. The Alexis High School Band will play. Mrs. Lee Yarde, Mrs. Bess Cheline, Mrs. Cletus Robertson, Mrs. Albert Yarde and Mrs. Clarence Higgins of the North Henderson United Methodist Church attended a UMW district meeting recently at Macomb United Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Carlson attended a program April 29 presented by the Graham Hospital nurses' chorus at Canton. Their daughter, Sue, is a chorus member. Mrs. Jack Derrick, Henderson, presented a program on cancer when a community night was held April 29 at Zion Lutheran Church. Mrs. Orville Jenks, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Jenks and Douglas Jenks, all of Plattesville, Wis., attended funeral services for Mrs. Mary Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Tyrrell, LLarry Humes and Peggy Houser were guests April 29 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff i Tyrrell, Alpha. U.S. GOVT. INSPCT.-WHOLE FRYING CHICKENS U.S. Choice Beef | U.S. Choice Beef RIB STEAK $ U9l -1.39 Rump Roast Lb. • • - „. •- lis. Choice Beef ROUND STEAK Lb. *1,39 BEEF PLUS T.V.P. T.V.P. — Textured — Vegetable — Protein Used-ln-School-Lunch-Programs More-Protei n—Less-Fat Lb. LESS SHRINK FARMLAND CANNED HAMS 5 Lb. Tin $ BUDDI6 CHIPPED BEEF Pkg. FRESH GROUND BEEF ib 89° BIRD FARM SAUSAGE $109 OSCAR MAYER MELLOW CRISP BACON lb DUBUQUE UAkiC ROYAL BUFFET llAIVlJ Mrs. Tuckers 3-Lb. "fAtf SHORTENING Tin #7 Raggedy Ann STRAWBERRY 2-lb. jrA* PRESERVES Jar 37 , Raggedy Ann F.S. GREEN M 15Va 7 A* BEANS 1 oz Tins/ 7 Raggedy Ann SALAD Qt 00(1 DRESSING ___Jar 07 Burst Jumbo $199 DETERGENT Size I DelMonte A 15 Vi MJ %t PINEAPPLE— L oz. Tin 07 vmcl .... 17 to 20 Lb. Size,.- .LB. 79c SHANK PORTION__-LB. 69* »^i!»»"»V'iiiij |H^_. BAGGIE* i'ii H i v «"«' Acres >• <; I'."' BAGGIES uvm BAGS 59c 1 BUTT QOM PORTION LB. 07V Blue Bonnet Mb. Of £ MARGARINE Pkg. 0 I Raggedy Ann BARTLETT 29-Oz. 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