Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 28, 1973 · Page 16
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J' 7**" , ^ Nkon adtniaifltratttfi W a list of about 200 political "enemies" •Including actors, journalists, professors, businessmen and senators—and John W. Dean III dfew up a plan to give some of them a "hard time," Dean testified Wednesday. The ousted presidential counsel gave the Senate Watergate Committee a copy of an Aug. 16, 1971, memorandum he said he wrote, marked "confidential" and entitled: "Dealing With our Political Enemies." "This memorandum,'' the document began, "addresses the matter of how we can maximize the fact of our Incumbency ni dealing with persons known to be active in their opposition to our administration. Stated a bit more bluntly—haw we can use the available federal machinery to screw our political enemies." Among those "enemies" the administration was urged to give priority to were .United Auto Workers President Leonard Woodcock, actor Paul Newman and CBS correspondent Daniel Schorr. Steps Outlined Most of those included on the list of 200 said John Kenneth Galbraith Harold J. Gibbons Paul Newman Chet Huntley targets for concentration," he wrote. A month later, on Sept. 14, Dean addressed a memo to White House aide Larry Higby on "persons who have both the desire and capability of harming us." With it—and also turned over to the committee — was a list of 20 names described as "worthwhile for go status." Dean said the 20 names had been picked by White House aide Charles W. Colson. Colson later issued a statement denying this. It was not clear from Dean's testimony what the list of 200, which he said was added to and subtracted from occasionally, was for. He said it mostly sat in his files. Colson said there All on Administration*8 List of Enemies s nothing "unusual" about The honored to see they their were names there. At least two journalists requested to inform us as to said it was comparable to who they feel we should be winning a Pulitzer Prize. Some ^mg a hard tune. , figures were amused and others PWJ«* coordinator were angry that the power of should , ^n determine ^ what government should be used to compile such a list. als have with the federal Dean outlined these three government and how we can proposed steps for dealing with best screw them (e.g., grant the "enemies.": availability, federal contracts, —Staff members "should be 'The project coordinator then should have access to and the full support of the top officials of the -agency or department in proceeding to deal with the individual." Dean's memo made clear that his plan did not contemplate creating federal troubles for run of the mill "enemies" such as those on the list of 200, who included such celebrities as New York Mayor John V. purpose was very simple and straiiglhtforwaird," Colson said!—"To keep the social ofifice, the personnel Lindsay, comedian Dick Grego- ^Joe 9 pres s office, the ry, Alabama Gov. George counsel's office and other Wallace, and New York Jets offices in the White House apprised of persons who had been particularly critical of thi President. The information wa: and very embarrassing to the Muskie machine." OKhers were: —Eld Guthman, managing editor of the-Los Angeles Times "a highly sophisticated hatch- etman agalnsst us in N38." —MaxweM Dane, of Doyle, Dane and Bernbach of New York—"The top Democratic advertising firm ~ they destroyed GoldWafcer in '64. They should bo hit hard starting with Dane.*' dent Leonard Woodcock, presi- of the United Auto Workers — "No comments necessary." Sidney Davidoflf, aide to New York Mayor Lindsay —"A first class S.O.B..." ' —Daniel Schorr, CBS corre- ndent — (t A real media enemy." in quarterback Joe Namath. 20 Names Picked "I would recommend that we develop a small list of names not more than ten —as our super suspenders . . . h ^ swing your thumbs pair of these right as rainbow suspenders . . . adjustable suspenders multi-color elastic stripes . . . $3.95 primarily for consideration a for proposed White House m^Hm it 354 E. MAIN GALESBURG 9 A.M.-9 P.M. MON.-FRI. Ad Items Good Thru SAT, SAT. 9 A.M.-5:30 ESKIMO 10" OSCILLATING Reg. $12.49 * P f OUTDOOR 100% Solid Foam Filled Reg. $1.49 COUPON Scotch Gard Fabric Protector Reg. $2.59 With Coupon COUPON WAGNER BREAKFAST DRINK Grape or R eg . 43c Orange 1 * A ******** m 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 PANASONIC BALL and CHAIN Mode! R-70 CHOICE OF COLORS New Windsor By Viola Board Church Group Sewer Situation Discussed names were invitations to social events or appointment! to federal boairdd and corronis calico Picker No. 1 The ranked Has Birthday Smoke Test NEW WINDSOR Suggested Both officers ;orm VIOLA — Viola's sanitary Society of New Windsor sewer system problems were on duty Sunday evenings. United Presbyterian Church ob- discussed when 'the Village Village officials said that Jet- served its 50th anniversary at Board of Trustees met June 18. ters have been sent to violators meeting June 21. Everett Tary, public works of the abandoned vehicle ordi- The group was organized in superintendent, was directed to nance. The health and safety j „*o «.» W w conclusion of a cate- study Roseville's solution to committee was directed to see chism class taught by the late se^pioWem-s -and, HpoiMe, that violators comply with the fi J -ent that town's smoke bomb order to remove ithe vehicles. .esting machine. nally as the Junior Ladies Aid, smoke bomb tests wouM on- 1 board that fee Age would name was changed later to dioate where^ mter d medi Golden Circle Society. entering the sanitary sewer sys- . m . . ... j t PTn i n vittta villaffe official expenses incurred when a chiild The organization managed the l € ™ ir L a ' • 7«? * • hrokp fcU .arm af*pr ifaUiiKr « MM at fte New WW- -^5-**. £g P a "of a v«le 55? save than hiring a company to ment - Agents said *te village do the work. ofcials were not negligent. proved purchase of radio equip- e ^ h ? r * ?^aw Valley Col ment for the squad car Ipl f e < n .f^f* 1 ' acceptec ated by Larry Glancey, a new * e °i aaMlm ' part-time pSce offic£. Auto-fc » ^* a W mobile expense atances ibr g£ 5^ A ^3^' h * both Glancey and Lyle Grwr. M ' He * ,the 0< the village's other police exfifi- Cfw> 6 Vir^1ii 9 cer, were raised 25 cenb^omr 5 ^* 5 " lUId 25 cents to 50 cents an hour.) (Continued on Page 22) "priority order" and contained a pungent comment about each No. 1 was Arnold M. Pickei of United Artists Corp.—"Top Muskie fundraiser. Success here could be both debilitating monday & friday 10-9 4 Saturday & weekdays 10-5 78 so. seminary, galesburg phone 342-2212 it s ?< first sor Fair and Rodeo in 1935, and continued it unjtil 1956 when it became an all-church project. Mrs. Lyle Anderson will host the next meeting July 5. High Mrs. George Shepherd, Viola, showed slides of a trip to Europe when Go-Getters 4-H Club members met June 21. Future events announced include a dress revue to be held June 29, Achievement Night at the American Legion Hall July 16, food and flower demonsi tions July 20 and "Share the Fun" night at Aledo School July 28 at 7 p.m. A fun night skit will be rehearsed and a report on money-making projects will be given when the club meets at the home of Mrs. David Roberts July 5 at 2 p.m. Mrs. Glen Setterdahl and Mrs. Maynard Ericson will be hostesses when Calvary Lutheran Church Martha Society members meet July 12. Bareback Ruling SEATTLE, The annual Wash. (UPI) of the meeting Northwest Sunbathing Association next weekend will have a Western theme. The nudists will all wear cowboy hats and boots. Riding will be bareback. MOBILE HOMEOWNERS INSURANCE would opportunity come discuif insurance reqyirf. ment* with YOU, ' :V.: -J TONY USCHWe 0 I'* v.«v G»leit>urf Phono 3430165 MiUERS' MUTUAL • "j\ INSURANCE ? 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