Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 21, 1973 · Page 14
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1 jVewKremlin Ouster Theory' Blends Watergate, Cold War By DICK WEST WASHINGTON (UPI) - By this time ytiu must have read at least a do«en or two analyses of the rebeftt shakeup in the Kremlin. The Lighter Side If so, you are aware that the change in the Soviet'power Structure has either (1) strengthened the position of Party Secretary Leonid Brezh nev, or (2) weakened Brezh­ nev's position. It now appears, however, that these conclusions may be premature. My keen analytical mind tells me that, contrary to the consensus assumption, policy disputes were not responsible for- the ouster of Politburo members Pyotr Y. Shelest and Gennadi I. Voronov. New reports from Eastern Europe have convinced me that Shelest and Voronov were forced to retire because they were mixed up in the Watergate case. Preposterous, you say? Well, sir, I remind you that a few weeks ago you were saying the same thing about Haldeman and Efltrlichman. I base my analysis on reports quoting Soviet representatives in Eastern Europe as theorizing that the Watergate scandal was cooked up by Americans who oppose President Nixon's efforts to ertd the cold war. The Soviets were said to have suggested that the idea behind the plot was to discredit Nixon and thus undermine his move to improve relations with Moscow. They also were said to believe that Nixon was the best possible American president from their standpoint. Very well. If the Soviets feel that way -it is safe to assume they took a keen interest in last year's presidential election. It also is reasonable to assume there are some Soviet officials whose zeal exceeds their judgment. MortfJoy, May 21/1973 4 l!|iW!ll'''! ;, « l " ,J ' 1 •' ''' '" f fill ^ " ' • llPl, " m tillH' ^ninr" "Ills Secret Spy Unit Linked to White NEW YORK (UPf) - The New York Times reported today that the White House established a secret intelligence unit in 1970 to collect and evaluate information about radical and antiwar groups. Quoting "sources close to the Watergate investigation," The Times said the unit was known i as the Intelligence Evaluation Committee and is now oftetat big clandestinely out of the Justice Department's Internal Security Division. The Times quoted its sources as saying the unit reported directly to John W. Dean III, D former counsel to President Nixon, and John J. Caulfield, a former New York City police detective who has been linked to an offer of executive clemency to James W. McCord Jr., one of the convicted Watergate conspirators. ' The intelligence unit was set up in response to an order from John D. Bhrlichman, who has resigned . as chief domestic adviser to President Nixon as a result of the Watergate scandal, the Times said. > , Workshop Items on Display Arthur Dameron, president of the Knox County Home Workshop, Club, arranges projects of club" members for display at Leath Furniture Store, 456 E. Main St. The club was founded to make toys for needy children at Christmas. Workshop Group Dissplays Handicrafts "The most important thing we'll do today is fill your prescription! CLARK DRUG 1440 N. Henderson 342-4169 , Items handcrafted by members of Knox County Home Workshop Club will be on display today in jthe window of Leath's Furniture .Store, 456 E. Main St. The main objective of the club! is to make toys for needy children at Christmas. Arthur E.| Dameron, 1248 Beecher Ave*, is club president. Items on display are some of the entries in a recent contest among club members. Judges for the contest were Bud Haney, 650 Florence Ave., Henry Page, 1946 Grand Ave., and Bud Laubach, woodshop instructor at ROVA High School. A coffee table, mantel clock, footstool and candle sconce donated by the club were recently won by Carl Taylor, 1355 S. Kellogg St., Harold Colwell, Cameron, Joyce Ericson, 524 Churchill Ave., and C. A. Hammond, 234 N. Seminary St. Awards for club projects were won by: Dameron, first, Al Aldridge, second, Dean Ole, third, and Harry Rosine, fourth, large furniture; Dameron, Aidridge, Ted Ehrenhart, Floyd Childers, Fred Taylor, fifth and sixth, and Floyd Childers, small furni ture; Dameron, first, second and third, Rosine, John Fako, fifth and sixth, Aldridge, lathe work; Chillers; jigsaw. Lou Irwin, wood carving; Childers, John Fako, lawn and garden furniture; Dameron, Irwin, Aldridge, Childers, Dameron, Aldridge and Gene Hedrick, novelties; Taylor, Ole, Taylor, Rosine, Taylor, Ole and Taylor, toys; Fako, Ehrenhart and Taylor, lamps. beHfeLd! the FUTURA Now Is The Hit Time To Open Your F&M Vacation Savings Plan With this plan you will be able to take that vacation and see the U.S.A., or that trip around the world. When making regular weekly or monthly deposits, the F&M will make your last deposit for you. For your convenience, all the F&M staff will be happy to assist you in opening your Vacation Savings Plan. THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK sewing machine has come! How, a giant step forward in sewing machine performance. GALESBURG, ILLINOIS MEMBER OF FEDfRAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Not since 1851, when Isaac Merrit Singer invented the first practical sewing machine, has there been a breakthrough like the Futura* sewing machine. Designed for now and tomorrow, with amazing new and exclusive Singer features! 1. New, exclusive one-step buttonholer. It actually measures the button and sizes the buttonhole' accordingly, in one quick operation. Ill E. MAIN ST. GALESBURG *A Trademark of THE SINGER COMPANY 2. New, exclusive see-thru bobbin window. See. when thread is running low! 3. New... 10 built-in stitches including speed basting. Now, 4 stretch stitches plus 6 fashion, zig-zag and fancy stitches built right in! Plus many other stitch options with interchangeable discs. The wonders of this machine translate into fun, ease, time-saving for you. Come! See a demonstration. A Credit Plan to fit your budget is available at Singer Sewing Centers. Many approved dealers also offer attractive credit terms. Singer has a liberal trade- in policy. For address of store or dealer neorest you, see the yellow pages under SEWING MACHINES. 177/708 SALE $ 88 1 WITH "CABINET 1 REG. $107 ONE WEEK ONIY! SINGER* ZIG-ZAG MACHINE There's a fine sewing machine at Singer for every sewer, at every price. SINGER PHONE 343-5019 II A 4 Gotesburg RiMliter*MaiI, Golesburg,

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