ASK YOUTHS AVOID McCormack Hints He Favors DRAFT, FILL JAILS Sentinel ABM Production "" INDEPENDENT (AM) PRESS-TELESRAM (PM)~A-!! SEATTLE (UPlj -- Former Alaska Sen. Eme:-,t Omening has urged American youths to refuse to be drafted and instead fill the country's jails. "I want (o see thousands of youn^ men refuse to go--until they have so many of Ihem they've filled all thf jails," nrueninf; mid 450 persons at an antiwar gathering Saturday niphi. Appearing with Omening wan former Oregon Sen. Wayne Morse, who anackcd the proposed Sentinel antiballistic misslie system. "It's a scientific fraud," he said. "Furthermore, it demonstrates again ihat wp are following a course of war action. You don't prepare for war without fighting one." Morse drew a standing ovation when he yelled: "Get out (of Vietnam) and .stay out." The two former senators lost re-elerlinn bids last year, partially because of iheir stand against the war. They appeared at a meeting organized by the American Friends Service Commiiire and the Clergy and Laymen Concerned About Vietnam. WASHINGTON UF -Speaker of the House John W. MrCnrmach strongly indicated Sunday that he favors proceeding with the Sentinel antiballistic missile program. T h e Massachusetts Democrat said he is not taking sides in the current controversy over a sn- called t h i n system of AMRs but wants "what is in the best interest of the United Stales." McCormack, who has served '10 years in Congress under sevnn presi- drnlr,, said "we have to ho realistic. \\ have to i r a l - iz? that the Atlantic Ocean no longer is P-: first line of deffn^e. \VÂ« havr to he prepared before the fact, rather than after." The speaker noied it took the United States almost two years before it was able to a t t a i n an offensive posture in World \\'ar II and "we \vrr lucky. We won't have t h a t opportunity again. "'I he next World War might take 24 to 48 hours." McCormack was i n t e r viewed on th" television program "Issues and Answers." McCormack said dealing with the Kremlin is always hard "but thev are extra hard now. The hard group has taken over. There is a revival of llie e v i 1 n e s s . . . the viciousness . . . of Stalin. "I see a hard situation becoming harder." McCnrm.K'k s:ik! he might even favor inve gating the use of space for m i l i t a r y p u r j es if it is in "our best t i o n a l i n i r r P M . If m are p x p p r i m e n i i n g w i l l we would br i m i i ^ to." "THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR SERVICE" WITH RADIOEAK AND 207E.4THST., L.B. tcou-tf/con HE 2-89*1 HARD OF HEARING? TRY BEFORE YOU BUY 7-DAYTHLU, If you do no! yet wear a hearing aid, or henr poorly with one you do wenr, come to see us. You will rÂ«ceivÂ« a t e s t w i t h no c o s t obligation folio wed by a 7-day free trial of the corrective did you require. For A Free T r i a l In Y o u r Home,^ail This Coupon. Norn. . . AddrcM Cily .... Dooley's Special! Deluxe REFRIGERATORS, with FREEZERS for Trailers, /kporfm*nh or HOME BARS 2.3-FT. ... 68 88 5.4-FT 98 88 6.4-FT. ... 118 88 HARDWARE MART $07$ tONG IUCH IIVD. WITH IONC IUCH O P E N 7 D A Y 5 A W E E K ! Match This: Side-guard door beams in every door You can lock the steering wheel. p An extra set of fenders. Acrylic lacquer finish. Chevrolet puts you first again during the Value Showdown. For not only are many popular extras priced lower for 1969, hut 1969 Chevrolet* give you more built-in value. Those lower priced extras include automatic transmissions, big V8 engines and power disc brakes. All priced less than they were last year. The many new built-in values include a strong steel'"side-guard beam" in every door of every Caprice, Impala, Bel Air, Biscayne and these wagons: Kingswood Est.ate, Kingswood, Townsman and Brook wood. And then there's our new lock. 11; lels you lock the steering wheel and shift lever, along with the ignition, to protect your desirable new car from undesirables. (Only Chevy has it in our field.) To protect against corrosion: an extra set of fenders up inside the regular fenders.. While three baked-on coats of tough acrylic lacquer protect against just about everything else: the sun, the wind, the rain, the years. So protect yourself. Make sure you know what you're getting (and not getting) for your money. Dig deep and uncover the true differences, during your Chevrolet dealer's Value Showdown. Putting you first, keeps us first. See Olympic Cold Medalist Jean-Claude Killy, Weekly, CBS-TV. Check your local TV listing!. Impala Sport Coupe Chevrolet Value Showdown.
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