Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 30, 1973 · Page 16
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r n -•- 7 4 f i 1 ; *\ *l ;-i , t 1 K 4 - WASHINGTON (UPI)-* Sens. Sam J. Ervin Jr. and Howard M. Baker Jr., the leaders of the Senate Committee, want to join Special Prosecutor Archibald Cos: of private hearing Nixon's, Watergate tapes. made the refused to surrender the record-1 the ings of his relating to to compel the Sunday in a television inter view. The White Hotise had n< immediate comment, The proposal of Baker might permit an out-of- court settlement of the controversy, joined when Nixon and ittee and the country conversations that the President does not Watergate on pt()Am these tapes because they were private r.,. r presidential documents. If there 11 s , is no out-of-court settlement, committee to determine what the issue probably will go to the weight it will give to the fact U .S. Supreme Court. that (John W.) Dean has given Both Ervin and Baker said positive testimony and What they believe it would be "fine*' weight it Will give to the fact if they were permitted to make that the President h£s declined a private inspection of the to permit the committee to see > the tapes which ought Unfortunate' exonerate the President if ings their Senate 1 committee's into th£ scandal beiifi 10th week todav. Sehed today, ufed to appear for a fifth day of testimony was John f). Nixon's domestic aide. Follow tapes Ervin said, "It's extremely | President is entitled to unfortunate for the President to the be 6 Fed Politico Looking for Job iftg fihriichmah to th& Witness table this Week will bfc H. ft. Ha Id email, Nitfort's tbtmti chief of staff; Neu Appeal Por Tapes The White- Httuse apparently would prove or disprove whether Dean, the counsel, told the truth when he asserted necessarily ( possible positio with com- NEW YORK (UPI) - "Politi- politicians were cian who's fed up seeks honest rich. Posner,' whose salary is munity, labor or other social $8,000 employment in community intergroup relations or labor fields, X3105 .Times." That's the "situations the The "fed r politician is way the ad in wanted" column New York Times read up" Seymour Posner, \a 48-year-old liberal Democrat who has represented a Bronx district in the New York state assembly for nearly nine years. His term expires in December, 1974, but he said he may resign before if he gets "a good offer." Scandal One of the main reasons he wants to call it quits is the public reaction to the Watergate scandal. "Every public official carries the weight of Watergate on his back," Posner said Sunday night. "We're all smeared with the same brush. There is a lack of credibility which is difficult to take if you're an honest . ,000 plus $8,000 expenses, j W€ ]f are noted that he drives a 1967 auto and does not hold another job, as do some other legislators. But, he maintained, "it's not the salary that's bugging me." Posner said he was proud of his legislative record in pushing through numerous pieces of social Welfare legislation, but "it's a frustrating experience not to be able to accomplish groups. The assemblyman, who holds a degree in public administration, said he wants to remain in a public affairs-type of job but added "I'm not selling any political connections I have or isumably any that he 4 discussed Slid the President of the a cover-up Watergate scandal as eariy as September 1972, months before Nixon acknowledged.-that he lea-rned 1 the truth about , the case. "Some people say John Dean is a liar, but the fact is that sometimes iters tell the truth," Ervin said Stmdav. 'If these edfiitefse,, that .he liar* we wight to hm th^'siite we can make a determination on this fidliit)^ the 1 *#* icamvics chairman of the r. ppe&l 1 • 1 A A + t i * mnmM that some mm vffiightrtfcei found by *Kieh: m 'ki regies* Ite 'l information, can made available to the Ameri- p«opie," Scott said. "We're me &i until I tapes they are : i quality of our r . •ft want. thePresldim . .1 v • . sp&k out because «<ito£flfc taiit to him as well as to the cofomittefe and the tiatioh The Senate Republican lead er, Hugh Scott of said Sunday some outside tapes, but he said itou^tlto dorter through C6x ^hd the Watergate grand jury, riot the Senate committee. ' ]: . Strauss Raps &:;on v Scott said the t^s- should not be released to tne Sakef and r T H - rvift together 6H L -1 ass and In other 'gAte > taihers Helen Hayes. and oh indi for , including Frank Sinatra MacOregor, Nixeh's campaign director, said iii a deposition made public Over the weekent that he was ''misled, deceived and ... lied to repeatedly" by White House ahd Nixon campaign aides over the : Watergate affair during the campaign, r said Sunday, tapes establish that Dean is a liar, the committee ought to have them. If they establish the tee because of the constitutions separation of powers. This, : h said, did not apply : to Cox' an the grand jury. '^By settling it otit of court is "fear of the Of the people to know" is behind President Nixorfs refusal ••• to release tapes and documents related to Water gate. Strauss said the adminis tration came to "fear our most sacred and; cherished posses sion-^our very democracy and ' ordered Checks The Chieago Tribune in its Monday ie Senate committee re NEED SIDING? J We install all kinds, vinyl, steel & aluminum. Guaranteed to meet,or beat all prices. IVIN THOSE SPECIAL PRICES. Call us, we will not call I you; PREMIUM 30 DISTRIBUTOR: ; J A J CONSTRUCTION P.O. Box 329 Oitobuiff PhoH* 342-5758 more. ii It's Personal man. He recounted instances of hostility during recent campaigning, and said he was also disturbed ait 1 impressions that There are personal reasons involved as well. Speaking of his 7y2-year-old daughter, Posner said, I'd like very much to watch her grow up." He said she apparently feels neglected —"She doesn't jump up in my arms" when he gets home. "She thinks I don't care enough to be home with her." Posner said he ran in the June 4 Democratic primary for Bronx Councilman-at-Large in hopes he could stay in elective office and live and work in the city full time. He lost. • A few weeks afterward, he said he began inquiring about College Honorary Woodhull Family Installs Officers Back From Trip For 73-74 Year WOODHULL Rev. and T, t u u • Mrs. Ensign Leininger, Steve James Pumfrey has been in- , _ , , . . t . stalled as president of Carl and Beckv nav€ returned froh Sandburg College's chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, a national Mr. Leining honor society for community united Church of WoodhuQ. at- 2-week institute for a 3-week vacation. The Rev. pastor of the college students. Other new offi- a cers are Mrs. Deb 1' president; secretary, Bricker, treasurer. Miss Cris Fortune, P^tors" at Union Theological and Miss Theresa Seminary, ^drai^ Va Travelling to Virginia, the sailed as president of Carl Sand- ALS0TAS °S? v* a nH burg College's chapter of Phi Y? e ; SCTS'. £u5n Theta KaoSa, a national honor „ C:NDNN !L°S IL^ " community college «"»• Mter the semmary students. Other new officers are Mrs. Deb dent; Miss tary, and Miss Theresa Br treasurer. New members who have initiated sion, they went to Long Island, Meyers, vice presi- N ' Y *' Tto . visit ^ f^\^ A Cris Fortune, sW S der tT n& Z* ^ * etebated — eujjj weddiing anniversary, family visited their daughter °atricia at Normal, where she is attending Illinois State University, on their trip home. The sar, Abingdon; Jack Kepple, Bushnell; Mrs. Mary Pruett, Abingdon; Steve Prina, Galesburg, and Mrs. Mary Smcot, Galesburg. The honorary, chartered here in February 1971, has conducted a drive to clean up "parks in the City of Galesburg and sponsored a seminar on environmental problems which featured professors from Knox and Monmouth colleges and Western II- linois University, + New Many Wear TEETH With Mere Comfort They know 8 denture adhesive can fcelp* FASTEETH* Powder give* dentures a longer, toner, ateadter hold. You feel more comfortable• eat more naturally. Why worry? Get FASTEETH Denture Adhesive Powder, Dentures that fit are essen* tial to health. See your dentist regularly. Scouts at Alpha Take Camp Trip ALPHA Members Boy Scout Troop 144 camped recently at Loud thunder Scout Reservation. Albert Karnes accompanied Jim Morgan, Roger Thompson, Rusty Karnes, John Kessdnger, Blair Gordon, Jim Mills, Fred Esfcridge, Ohris Phiilis, Dave Johnson, Mike v Eskridge, Bob Longshore find Dave Schatteman, troop members. 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