Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 2, 1973 · Page 23
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 23

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, August 2, 1973
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Impeachment Move Brings 'No Comment' WASHINGTON (UPI) - the White House had no comment Wednesday on a congressman's move to impeach President] Nixon. "That's a matter for the House of Representatives, and I would have no comment," presidential spokesman Gerald L. Warren said. On Tuesday Rep. Robert P. Drinan, D-Mass., a Jesuit priest and former dean of the Boston College law school, introduced a resolution in the House asking impeachment of the President for "high crimes and misdemeanors." Drinan said he had in mind the bombing of Cambodia, the taping of the President's conversations, impoundment of appropriated funds and activities of the White House "plumbers." Most members of Congress, who have been asked, have said the subject of impeachment is premature until the Watergate investigation has brought out more facts. Norway May Throw Out Israeli Envoy OSLO (UP1) — Government sources said the Norwegian cabinet may decide at a meeting today to order the expulsion <rf an Israeli diplomat who sheltered two men suspected of killing an Arab near Oslo. The sources said the cabinet would consider the case of diplomat Yigal Eyal as well as the possible repercussions of the murder on relations between Oslo and Jerusalem. The case centers on the slaying of Ahmed Bouchiki, 30, a Moroccan waiter, in the town of Lillehammer, north of Oslo Two Israelis suspected of taking part in the. shooting of Bouchiki were arrested last week in Eyal's apartment Torleif Anda, assistant foreign ministry director, said Wednesday that Oslo will decide "in the very near future" whether leave. Political sources said there was a possibility Eyai would return home before the government takes a decision. The Norwegian government said earlier that it "seems clear" Bouchiki was shot by a pro-Israeli group. It said that the case will have "serious" repercussions on the relations with Jerusalem if it is established that the Israeli government was involved in the slaying. \ So far, six persons, all of them foreigners, have been arrested. Lillehammer police said they believe several more persons are involved and issued warrants Tuesday against 11 more foreigners. Police chief Svein Hoeyde said Wednesday nigiht the charges against the six persons now under arrest have been extended to include unlawful intelligence activities. Hie original charge was accessory to murder. Police sources said Bouchiki, shot July 21 in front of his pregnant wife, was killed because the group thought he was a member of the extremist, Palestinian guerrilla organization Black September. But police said they have found nothing to link Bouchiki with such activities in Norway. The Oslo newspaper Af tenpos- ten said Wednesday that Bouchiki was killed by a pro- Israeli group called "The Wrath of God." It said the group travelled to Norway to thwart alleged plans by Black September to hijack an Israeli El Al airliner in Scandinavia. Galesburg Register-Mail, Galesburg, III. Thursday, Aug, 1, 1g73 23 White House 'Enemy' List More of Social Blacklist: Haldenfan Eyal must WASHINGTON (DPI) — tile so-called White House "enemies" list was really more of a social blacklist of persons opposed to President Nixon's policies who did not deserve the President's hospitality, accord* ing to H. R. Haldeman. The forme? White House chief of staff told the Senate Watergate committee Wednesday that the list of more than 200 names was compiled from complaints about those who were "vocally expressing public opposition to administration policies." Recommendations for inclusion on the list, said Haldeman, came from "our friends" who were concerned "we were unwisely extending these courtesies to people who were opposing administration policy" and in some instances using a White House visit as a "platform for getting extraordi* nary publicity for their expression of opposition." In response to questions from Sen. Joseph Montya, D-N.M., Haldeman agreed many on the list were opposed to Nixon administration policy on the Vietnam war. Montoya asked, "Didn't they have a right to comment on the war?" "Why certainly they did," said Haldeman. "But they didn't have a right to be extended the courtesy of the President's hospitality Ji order to express their opposition." Haldeman also sk# that virtually every gusst or_entertainer at the White House was given a security check in FBI files were usually examined. They'll Bury Green Pot ENDICOTT, Va. (UPI) State police might have to bury 400,000 marijuana plants that are too green to burn. 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