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|6 (joLesburg Register-Ma i 1, Golesburg, 111. Tuesday, June 5, 1973 Oneida Cadet To Get Degree Cadet Jeffrey C. Olson, son ttf Mr. and Mrs. C. Lester Olson of near Oneida, will be graduated Wednesday from the U.S. Military Academy, West Point, N.Y. He will receive a bachelor's degree and Will be commissioned a second lieutenant in lihe Corps of Engineers. Olson is a 1969 graduate of AlWood High School, Woodhnll. Presidential Candidacies CONTACT LENSES For Complete Information on Contact Lenses Phone 343-7410 Dispensed on Prescription of DR. L W. BEATH, O.D. DAILY 8:00 - 5:00 - MONDAY & FRIDAY 8:00 • 8:00 60 S. Kellogg Gafesburg, III. 7& UNION OPTICAL CO. STATEL1NE, Nov. (UPI) Presidential candidacies as delicate as mountain wildflowers blossomed and faded at the tendercst touch at the 65th National Governors Conference. Absolutely no one except the swarm of newsmen and political rail sitters who followed the nation's governors to Nevada's most scenic resort for high rollers and penny ante players was talking openly about the presidency. Direct Question But sensing political upheavals in the wake of Watergate and the troubled economic scene, reporters were looking for the faintest signs of presidential activity. In the case of two governors who are regarded as strong possibilities —Ronald Reagan of California and Nelson Rockefeller of New York—the newsmen came right out and asked. And they will likely put the same question to Vice President Spiro T. Agnew when he arrives ' for an appearance at the conference tonight. The answers from Reagan and Rockefeller were uniformly genial and unenlightening Monday. "I'm not even thinking about 1976, and I don't think anyone else should," Reagan said. Rockefeller^ answer was more roundabout. Asked about Reagan as a candidate, he called the Californian "an outstanding, governor, but he hasn't announced yet, so why ..." A reporter interrupted, "Should you?" The governor answered, "That's right." Age a Problem? Both men were asked if their age would be a barrier to the White House. Rockefeller, 64, observed that there were a number of world leaders to whom age was no impediment, and Reagan, 62, said, "I don't know. That would be up to someone else." ' None of this put off specula lion that both governors came to Lake Tahoc to test the presidential political waters. Rockefeller issued the text of a speech he gave at a closed meeting that prescribed for the nation's ills "a clearer sense of national purpose based on the emerging realities of the world we live in." Reagan presented at the same meeting an explanation of his state tax reduction plan, which he suggested some others might want to consider. The business of the conference itself was put in the shade by corridor talk about Water- Washington Topic: Nixon Summons? (Continued From Page 14) Those arguing 'that Nixon could be called before the Watergate grand jury say that to hold otherwise is to place the President above the law which applies to everyone else. Some say that a President would have to be impeached before he icould be held accountable like other citizens. The supporters of the idea of presidential testimony before the grand jury ask: Why should it be necessairy to go through an impeachment procedure when a single appearance by the President before a grand' jury could possibly explain everything satisfactorily? Could Be Jailed Those who argue against presidential testimony say the Constitution says clearly impeachment muat precede crimi­ nal triad, and that logic also requires this. To clarify the situation: the power to subpoena means the power to punish when a! subpoena is defied. If the President were treated like any other citizen, he could be sent to jail for contempt if he! refused to testify after being) summoned Supporters of the White House who view that it would be "constitutionally imapppro- priate" for Nixon to testify point out that any judge or grand jury would be given the power to deprive the United States of its President, no matter what the cause. The Constitution gives that power only to Congress, they argue. Suppose a President is suspected of murder. Could such ia trial be ,held while he was running the White House? Democratic Gov. P a I r i c k Lucoy of Wisconsin came up with series of comments that escalated in sharpness to a flat demand that President Nixon resign. Ho got a tongue-lashing from several Republicans and very little open support from 1 Fade Democrats fearful that loo hard a lino on Watergate will produce a political backlash. Reagan called Luccy's statement "dangerously irresponsible." He added, "It's time for us to shut up and let the law take its course." WESTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSES SUMMER QUARTER 1973 ' GALESBURG: Held at Carl Sandburg College Coun. Eclue. 5,')3C—Special Problems In Counselor Education: Cn- reer Guidance in the Elementary School, 3 q.h. graduate credit, Room 5, June 18-2!), 1:00-4:<l5 PM, Monday through Friday. Educ. Adm. 629—Organization and Administration of an Instructional Materials Center, 3 q.h. graduate credit, Learning Resource Center, June 25 - July 20, 8;00 - 11:00 A.M„ Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays. Ele-m. Educ- 533E—Special Problems in Elementary and Junior High Education: Science Education — E.S.S., 3 q.h. graduate credit, Room 23, July 18-27, 1:00-4:45 P.M., MTWThF. Soc. 417 (G)—The Family, 4 q,h. graduate or undergraduate credit, Room 28, June 25 - August 1, 6:30 P.M., Mondays and Wednesdays. WILLIAMSFIELD: Art 4Z2(G)—Studio Problems in Crafts, 4 q.h. graduate or undergraduate credit, Willlamsfleld Grade School, Modular Bldg., June 11 - 22, 8:30- 11:30 AM & 12:30- 3:30 P.M., MTWThF. NOTE: Regional Superintendents, City Superintendents and Prln- ciplas have descriptive brochures OR: Write the Office of Continuing Education, Western Illinois University, Macomb, Illinois 61425 for more information. MOTE: Students arc encouraged to register In advance to avoid paying a $10 late registration fee and to avoid having the course being cancelled, by contacting the Office of Continuing Education for materials., Reg. $3.98 GILLETTE DELUXE TRAC I! 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