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Thursday, May 24, 1973
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Galesburg Register-Mail, Galesbufg, III. Thursday, May 24, 1973 17 : Rogers' Tour Shows Latin America Policy Extremes % PHIL NEWSOM UPt Fordgn N«w# Aiwlyst Secretory of State William P. Rogeri' eight-nation tour of Latin America has thrown into Foreign New* Commentary sharp ttHief not only (he highs and lows of U.S. relations south of the bonder but also the contradictions among the nations of Latin America. The Rogers trip has been a low-key operation designed to assure Latin Americans that tliey have not been forgotten in the midst of other crises including Vietnam, the dollar problems and the question of peace in the Middle East. Just as important, the Rogers assignment has been to break trail for a Similar trip by President Nixon later in the year. Prominently omitted from the Secretary of State's schedule were Panama and (Stile. Nationalism Grows In Panama, the United States is involved in a controversy over the future of fine Panama Canal. In Chile, the question is one of how to deal with the first freely elected Marxist government in the American hemisphere and its rush toward nationalization including seizure of millions of dollars worth of Ui.-dwfted property. Both nations are examples of a, growing sense of nationalism tJwoTJtvrjut Latin America. High up in their importance on the Rogers tour were Colombia and Brazil. Honor Teacher Upon Retirement By Group at Rio RIO — Mrs. Ruth Erickson, who has taught in Rio for 16 years, was honored with a surprise "This Is Your Life" program during the Rio Parent-Teacher Organization's May meeting. About 225 persons attended, including some of her first students. Charles Mitchell, Oneida, was the first "This Is Your Life" guest. He recalled Mrs. Erickson lived with his parents when she started teaching at the former Hannam School. After three years at that school, she taught third and fourth grades at Alexis four years and was seventh and eighth grade teacher and principal in Oneida for 8 years. She will retire at the end of the current school term. During the PTO's business meeting, new officers were installed. They include Ted Childers, president; Barbara Lansing, vice president; Dee Childers, secretary, and Connie Flack, treasurer. The Argentine city of Mendoza, famous for its fine quality wine, has about 1,500 wine cellars, according to Argentine Airlines. Village Trustees Install Officers LITTLE YORK - Richard Ballard was installed as president of the Little York Village Board of Trustees at the board's May meeting. Other officers installed were Dan Sims, clerk, and Michael Wagler, Roger Boock, Don Adair and Lloyd Bellinger, trustees. Ivan Waugh retired as board president after serving four years as a trustee and another four in the presidency. Virgil Boock retired after serving four years as a trustee. In other business, trustees approved a resolution to use the SI,889 in federal revenue sharing funds the village received during 1972 for street maintenance. The annual appropriation ordinance — for $26,300 — was approved for the fiscal year which started May 1. Waugh, George Goff and Harley Buntenbach were appointed to the village planning commission. Trustees agreed to hold cleanup day on May 26. Members of the Lions Club will assist. Residents should have refuse placed on the terrace by 10 a.m. for collection, trustees said. Garbage will not be included in the pick-ups. Persons with questions may contact Adair, chairman for the project. Unusual Of fer during May only Even if your trip is months away buy from us in May and save up to $48! First National City Travelers Checks Up to $5000 worth for a fee of just $2 AND t-OAN'ASSOCIATION I EAST HAM STREET MOME MMttf Spanish Club Initiates New GHS Members Ten Galesburg High School students were inducted Into the El Cid Chapter of the National Spanish Honor Society during a ceremony May 16 at the school. Inducted were Linda Dicke son, Sue Greer, Dan Humes, Nancy Kilgore, Rosemarie Nache, Ann Tiehen and Tom Wetherbee, all sophomores, and Lynn Larson, Linda Sheffler and Rhonda Stevens, all juniors. Dana Humes and Rhonda Stevens received the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese award for having the highest scores locally in national examinations. Tom Scheidt won first place in level III competition. Society officers in charge of the induction, were Jim Jackson, president; Mike Eshelman, secretary, and William DeGraff, treasurer. Mary O'Connor, vice president, was in charge of the program, assisted by Chery King. Officers for next year include Miss Tiehen, president; Miss Greer, secretary; Miss Humes, vice president, and Miss Nache, treasurer. William Turner, a Spanish teacher and sponsor of the chap-| ter, gave a program on his tour ( of Madrid, Spain. He was assisted by Wetherbee, Miss Humes, Miss Dickeson and Miss Larson, who were among 27 Galesburg High School students who accompanied him on the trip this spring. Tape Replaces Poster Pasting MILAN, Italy (UPI) - When the city of Milan announced fines for anyone caught pasting posters on walls without per mission, left-wing extremists found an easy way out. They don't paste up posters any more. They attach them with adhesive tape. More than 32 commercial species of fish are harvested in Chesapeake Bay, Maryland. BYERLY 3 J MUSIC PRE - INVENTORY CLEARANCE FINAL 4 DAYS KIMBALL SPINET PIANO Contemporary Walnut WAS $740.00 KIMBALL CONSOLE PIANO French Provincial WAS $1087.00 BALDWIN SPINET PIANO Transitional In Walnut WAS $1158.00 $59900 *785 00 00 NO DOWN PAYMENT — Easy Terms — KIMBALL SPINET ORGAN Wtih Magic Chord WAS $995.00 BALDWIN SPINET ORGAN With Wonder Chord . WAS $1145.00 KIMBALL SPINET ORGAN Used. 10 Voice Tabs WAS $695.00 '840 00 $ 999°° 495 00 •7 323 E. Main Ph. 343-69|14 4-Pc. LUDWI6 Drum Set *388 00 WAS $459.00 ELECTRIC GUITAR With Fender Amp $99 50 GUITAR SPECIALS GIBSON CLASSIC WAS $14Q S1I3.90 HARMONY FOLK WAS * 77 $91.50 - * II YAMAHA FOLK .........111 WAS 1139.50 CONN FOLK WAS $ $130.00 * KAY 12 STRING WAS $ $99.50 * YAMAHA FOLK WAS ft $119.80 * 99 77 97 KAY ELECTRIC WAS $99.50 CONRAD BASS WAS $185.00 KAY ELECTRIC WAS $69.50 STUDENT FOLK WAS $39.95 $'77 '$157 $ 57 $ 33 Colombia is one of the few South American nations itill adhering to the principle of a My elected gwerttfient, Brazil Is in its 10th y«tf of a government which maintains a facade of democratic rule but which is in fact a military dictatorship. They are especially noteworthy because, under opposing political concepts, they are challenging each other for the most impressive gains to be found in South America. For example: Brazil's population is about 100 million, Colombia's around 23 million. Colombia's 1973 exports are expected to reach about $1 billion, an increase of about 25 per cent over last year. Brazilian exports are expect­ ed to jump from just under $3 billion to about $3.5 billion this year. Colombia's gross national product is expected to rise $1 billion to $8 billion for the year, Brazil's to rise $4 billion to $44 billion. In Latin America, U.S. policy has run the extremes between the gunboat diplomacy of the days of Teddy Roosevelt and establishment of the Panama Canal to the Good Neighbor, policy of Franklin D. Roosevelt and the Alliance of Progress initiated by John F. Kennedy. Rogers' task has been to convince Latin Americans not only of U.S. interest but also to assure them the United States is. on a new tack—what President Nixon has described as a "mature partnership." 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