Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 24, 1973 · Page 27
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 27

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Patch Job On Leaks Didn't Work By DICK WEST WASHINGTON (UPI) - We have been hearing in recent testimony about t group At the White Mouse called "the plumbers" whose job it was to track down news leaks. The tighter Side Although few details are known, I think I have had enough experiences with plumbers to get a pretty good idea of how they worked. Let us use for illustration purposes the ltfft§ dlicloftUre that the United States was secretly bombing Cambodia. That news obviously didn't come from Cortilb&m Th« Cambodians mre very good about keeping eecrets and would never tell anybody they were being bombed. They Call In Humbert Officials of the National Security Council tJherefore con* chide that it is an inside leak. So they decide to call in the plumbers. "Hello. This is Henry Kissinger at the National Security Council. Would you please send someone over to fix a leak?" "Certainly, air. Will two weeks from next Tuesday be all right?" "Two weeks?! I'm afraid we'll need someone sooner than Your Horoscope By FRANCES DRAKE Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR FRIDAY, MAY 25, 197.1 March 21 to April 20 (Aries)-' Some excellent opportunities indicated but, with them, a few more responsibilities. Accept them with good grace and you will reap fine dividends later. April 21 to May 21 (Taurus)Planetary influences fairly favorable, but you may need further information on activities in which you are currently involved. Seek it without delay. May 22 to June 21 (Gemini)— Indifference could spoil what should otherwise be a good day, so be on guard. Good opportunities available, but you must seek them out. They won't come to you. June 22 to July 23 (Cancer)— A period for reviewing. You may have to change some procedures, systems, tie up some loose ends. If all is going well, however, you are on the right track, so keep going. July 24 to Aug. 23 (Leo) You can accomplish more by teamwork now than by "going it alone." Some fine opportunities indicated even though results may not be immediate. Aug. 24 to Sept. 23 (Virgo) Review finances, domestic situations. Plan further moves with the future in mind and keep an especially sharp eye on investments. Sept. 24 to Oct. 23 (Libra )Better-than-average planetary influences. Aim for progress in a normal, tranquil manner, avoiding tenseness, haste. Some fine gains through your innate artistry. Oct. 24 to Nov. 22 (Scorpio)Avoid hasty words, conclusions. If not sure, wait Until you are before acting. But don't just wait, and wait — off into do­ nothingness. Nov. 23 to Detf. 21 (Sagittarius) — Overcome sell-consciousness that could. prevent you from producing in your usual top form. Aim for special achievement rather than accomplishment by volume. Dec. 22 to Jan. 20 (Capricorn) —Much deep thinking should go into this day. There will be, unusual proposals and suggestions. Do not be swept away by emotionalism or bias. Let good judgment be your keyword. Jan. 21 to Feb. 19 (Aquarius) — Note Capricorn. Your outlook similar. Be careful not to misinterpret others' meanings and not to be misunderstood yourself. Shun gossip. Feb. 20 to March 20 (Pisces) — A good time to take a definite stand in a financial matter con- corned with domestic affairs. And, once having made your decision, stick with it. YOU BORN TODAY are endowed with a fine Intellect, a remarkable memory and the ability to find clever and ingenious solutions to even the most difficult of problems. You are idealistic and there's a great deal of the dreamer about you, too — always far ahead of the times and filled with vision of things to come. You assimilate knowledge quickly and are equally adept at imparting your knowledge to others. You could attain great heights in the Jegal field, in aviation, as a scientist, writer or journalist. Birthdate of: Ralph Waldo Emerson, essayist. Gambler Gives Odds on Nixon LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UPI) Jimmy "The Greek" Snyder, well known sporting odds- maker, has given the morning line on Watergate—with the longest odds against President Nixon being impeached. Snyder figures impeachment Is a 1,000-to-l slhot. In response to inquiries, Snyder staid Wednesday he estimates 200-to-l odds against Nixon resigning, and 100-to-l that Nixon will finish his full temm. The odds against former Attorney General John Mitchell being convicted are 5-to-l, Snyder said. that. It's rather a bad leak, you "If we take the job on an emergency basis It's going to run you into a lot of overtime. Will you be in your office this evening?" "I'll have to break a dinner date with Golda Meir, but I'll be here." After 4 calling twice to get directions, the plumbers arrive at the council office shortly GQlMbuffl RMstgr-Moil, Gotesburfl,III. Thursday, May 24,,, 19?3 ft alter midnight. They spend the next 15 or 20 minutes poking around the premises, shaking their heads, ducking their tongues and muttering among themselves. Finally one of them turns to Kissinger and says, "You 've got a bad leak here." "I suspected aa much," Kissinger says. "How long will it take to fix it?" "It's going to be a major job. It will mean firing 70 per cent of the aides In the West Wing of the White House and on two floors'of the Executive Office Building." Kissinger gasps and turns pale. "Why is all of that necessary just to fix one leak?" "The personnel*in these old buildings is getting saturated V;ith confidential information. Once they start leaking, the only Miing you can do is rip them all out and replace tfttm with new staff members." "Couldn't you $ktg the leak with a few imone taps?" "That might hold for a little while," the plumbers reply, "but in a week or two the'leak will break out in a new place. It will be like water pouring through a gate." 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