Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 2, 1973 · Page 20
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V IQ^QgJeibMrflRe^iste^Mail^^ . Mondoy, July. 2, 1973 Bugging Ripple May Turn Into Election Tidal Wam\ WASHINGTON (UPD - Sdbw political professionals have assumed that the ripple effects of Watergate could turn into a political tidal wave in the 1974 elections. Washington Window Now they're hot sure at all and wonder whether the reaction won't be more like a Dead Sda with voters bugging out of any political Activity. -^Phere have been some signs of a developing attitude of a plague-on>-allipolitic9 because of Watergate. -Contributions to the Republi can party have dwindled since Watergate so that free tickets have had to be passed out to fill seats at political rallies. Contributions to the Democratic party also tell off after a brief increase when Watergate revelations neared a peak earlier this year. Since then, the Democrats have made major attempt to raise funds, using Watergate as an appeal. Strauss Cautions Democrats Letters were sent out to series of combined mailing lists appealing for funds to continue the civil suits against the Nixon campaign committee because of the Watergate break-in of the Democratic National headquarters, it is also too early to say whether that money drive can be Habeled a success. However, Democratic Nation al Chairman Robert S. Sltaauss has expressed private and public concern that the most serious effect of Watergate may be. to make people cop out on jHjitlcs. He has cautioned HBtffioerats against counting upon Watergate to carry the plihy'a candidates to victory ngct year. jj^he revelation that the White I 3Jjuse kept a list of political Mrtieitties is a new factor adding to the concern of the political professional*. According to the testimony of John W. Dean tn before the Senate Watergate Investigating Committee, peo» E le on the list were intended to e targets of government investigations, possibly including audits of their federal income tax returns. On the list were some btg*time contributors to Democratic presidential candidates. Serious Deterrent Seen Some reacted to the news with amusement or With the facetious remark that they're happy to make the "Dean's" list. Privately and publicly some expressed resentment and outrage. There also is the implication in the Dean statements that government contracts might be denied firms on the list. That could be a serious deterrent to future political contributions which, under the present law, must be made public in future election campaigns. Charles W. Colson, former White House aide, insists there were two lists: One of people who just shouldn't be invited to White House social occasions; the otter, prepared by Dean himself, as vulnerable to political attack, Colson says his office prepared only the list of those subject to the social affairs boycott. On it, however, are some obvious names of people who wouldn't aooept art invitation from President Nixon. Letters Invite Audits There is considerable ques* tion how much use was actually made of the enemy list. Documents presented by Dean indicate resistance by heads of the IRS to pressure from the White House to get the tax collection agency into the field of politics. But Dean also indicated the same could be accomplished with anonymous letters to field offices of the IRS. If somebody knowledgeable wrote the letter, a tax audit usually was the result. At this stage of Watergate, the political consensus is that the 1974 elections will be fought out on strange and uncertain waters. Saigon Scandals on Horizon, Scrap Metal and Medicine By PHIL NEWSOM UPI Foreign News Analyst Saigon Sbnmcrings: Two new scandals may erupt shortly in Saigon. One, which already has surfaced partly, concerns alleged illegal sale of scrap metal which had beeni Window on the World turned over to the South Vietnamese government by the U.S. military. The other concerns the alleged sale of •oil* Debbie does me lob! In 1972, Debbie Dishwashing Liquid washed over one billion dishes. Debbie does the job...why pay more? medical supplies to the Viet Cong. Informed sources say high officials are involved in both cases, Under the Summit Rug: Soviet leader Leonid I. Brezhnev told French President [Georges Pompidou that he and President Nixon had been unable to come up with any new approach to the Middle East crisis, but the French are not wholly convinced. French senior diplomats believe that Brezhnev and Nixon in fact were determined to make a new effort to find the outlines of a Middle East settlement but were not anxious to discuss their plans with cither powers at this stage. Taking the Chill Off: There are signs that the British government is anxious to repair its relations with the Soviet Union which have been chilly since the expulsion of 105 Soviet diplomats in London in 1971. Prime Minister Edwaird Heath has dropped a broad hint along these lines. He said in parliament that, while Britain's security must, of course, come first, the government is willing to talk to the Soviets. He added there ialso were indications that the stiffly formal relations between the Kremlin and the British embassy in Moscow are easing. British officials are waiting to see whether the Soviets take up the prime minister on this apparent peace gesture. Church Change NEW WINDSOR - Worship services at the United Presbyterian Church will be held at the Christian education building during an extensive remodeling project. There will be no church school during July and August, and return to the regular schedule will be Sept. 2. Hi THE BEST IN TENDERIZED STEAKS Steak-A-Plenty 1667 N. Henderson St. — Next To Arby's ' OPEN TUESDAY, JULY 3 Rib Eye Steaks ...1.89 lb. - 7.56 - 5 lb. box] j (0 Charcoal Delights) SEASON YOUR SUMMER WITH STEAKS — SPECIAL — WHILE SUPPLY LASTS WIENERS & FRANKS, POLISH or ITALIAN SAUSAGE 79e Lb. BACON 69c Lb. With A Box Order or Steaks i « • e **n, fl^k^k^k^BAB^k^Ha^aVaajB^B^B^Kl^- RON'S SUPER UALU Knoxville, Illinois The IncUptncUnt Stert Owner Who Tries to Give You More for Your Food Dollar! mm How Con A Supermarket Stop the Rapidly Rising Food Prices? Quite frankly, they can't. To absorb the cost increase of 2 or 3 cents per item on all the items in a supermarket would bankrupt a retailer in one week. Just raising the retail price of an item, the amount of our cost increase, has made most people furious. It has made us furious, too, but we cannot absorb the increase. We also feel it in our home living. We eat, too . . . and pay the same prices. Higher food prices raise the price of everything else including our cost of doing business . .. light, gas, insurance, rent, taxes, wages and upkeep. At some point, these increases must be incorporated in prices or the stores will go out of business. / At Ron's Super Value we try to operate more efficiently, use new money saving methods and use our warehouse buying to keep food prices as low as possible. As an independent retailer, we rely on the world's largest voluntary wholesaler. Super Valu Stores, Inc., to assist us in the job. Try Ron's Super Value for keeping your total food budget low as existing times will permit. We try harder because it's our business ... today and for the future. USM CHOICE 7 -BONE CUT Register For This Weeks BANKROLL Of $ 300 You need not be present to win — we have a customer draw a name out of the barrel at 4 p.m. every Saturday — That person has (til 10 a.m. Monday to show that their card has been punched.) No purchase is necessary. Vacation Clause Please leave your card with us. You can win while you're away. William Dalla did not have card punched* so this week $300.00. ItAVUk'H! (RO.'I N ORANGE JUICE CHUCK ROAST l/SOA CfWce Arm Cut H0! USD A CHOICE Chuck Steak..,.,....,.— ».W l I^M A Chairi' Fimmless Chuck Roast Fianks \i..,,,.n Canned Ham Lunch Meats Peich Fillets Fish Cakes Link' Sausage 6 $1 ICE CREAM NOVELTIES ,,, CMl f I'll Kill I HI i/l N Pies > I t U'All I S I Ml i/t , Sandwiches. Frozen Noodles , .I,,,,,. Pizza— 99* 890 ( >K39 SWEET, JUICY WASHINGTON BING CHERRIES CaliforniaViMMiami (96 aha) Cantaloupe.*-*.*-**...... «.39 California 3 At Yellow Peacn6S » MWMM .m.M.,.. M jav09 California RED Santa Rosa Plums MMaM.MMMMt.il Seedless Grapes., COMPLETE YOUR TOTAL KITCHEN COLLECTION THIS WEEK BAKE &SERVEWARE AND MATCHING GLASSWARE from FEDERAL Final Weak - July 2 - thru July » 9%OUNCE MUG. , , «W.25»j A 16 OUNCE COOLER ea. 25#5 6 INCH SOUP/CEREAL BOWL aa,25aj YA QUART COVERED CASSEROLE..,,,,,,. M .SU1 7 INCH MIXING. BOWL M.B6jf 8 INCH MIXING BOWL ea. 6&i 9INCH MIXING BOWL M.77** 62 OUNCE DECANTER , , aa. W«5 1'/. QUART LOAF PAN aa. W.5 VA QUART UTILITY, »a.99i 85 OUNCE PITCHER 2'A QUART COVERED CASSEROLE ea.$1.33 REGULAR BLUE BONNET MARGARINE 79' 'CNRK ?79$ KRAFT IND.WRATfED SLICED Cheese Spread,,.,,.,.^ MOLOW-SHAIlP-WlXnUltUIVi Cracker Barrel *>a_ Kraft Clletd American Cheese 6c *49* (|f • hmkOafca DJPS..!MM.^M. MMMMpkgl lot. OQt MMMMM.....caitOn mm w INEAPPLE 3 69* NABISCO Snack Crackers 57c „.3'««*I .2;c2E^ VAN CAMP'S GRATED TUNA CREAMETTE ELBO MACARONI..... EXCEORIN I.MI.MM.M».IOtti# 88* L Extra Care Lotion ......^4y Wltdernan •AWM-JIW. lift rllling .H ^r »«.?M.M«m<.«H«MMM<MM Family SoQttAntU *fa|Oftt Bathroom Tissue .«..M.«M..Mi...M.iM..H .vfc8. wSJ PJaln-VVIthMa»t r W*Mu»hroom» 1M«*^(^ Ragii Spaghetti Sauce.. H..MMMMM • Butter-Nut Raa. - Drip - Park; Coffee 2-tb.tM WITH THIS COUPQH ; Limit On* Coupon Pw Family. Good only at Ron'a Super Valu*. Offer expire* July 7. 1973. VALUA&U COUPON QoldMadal Flour WITH THIS COUPON ' Limit On. Coupon fu Family. < Good only at Ron'a « Super Value. Offer < expirea July 7. 1973. aflfe. ' W1077 ' WITH THIS COUPON ; Limit On. Coupon Per Family. Good only at Ron'a Sup«r Value. Offer expire* July 7, 1973. STORE HOURS: Open daily 7 om - 9 pm (Sptciol Hours . . July 8rh we will close at 1 pm for a store employees picnic!) Wednesday/ July 4th 7 am - 1 pm and Sunday,

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