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KISLER BROS. Qalesbwg Itegister-Mail GALESBUItQ, ILL., MON., JUNE 4, IWJ PAGE 17 Greek Government Replaces Symbols, Signs of Monarchy ATHENS (UP I) - The govcirnimcnl of new President. George Paipadioipoulog and the official chiurcih of Greece joined Sunday Co climlralc symbols nmd honors of lihe monarchy abolished 48 hours cairlicr. Symboils and signs of the newly proclaimed <r©public replaced ones eairilier used to mark the monarchy. The crown insignia worn by military officers on their uniforms disappeared, line royal seal waa removed from all official documents and the Greek orthodox church instructed its priests to slop saying the traditional prayers for the healjth and long life of exiled King Constantine. 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A government spokesman said Sundiay that the king's annual allowance of $600,000 had been stopped effective June 1. Political sources said the government shortly would present its evidence that the 33- ycar-old monarch was involved in a recent unsuccessful attempt by navy officers to topple Papadapoulos' military - backed government. IL S., North Viets Prepare Renewed Peace Discussion iPARIS (UPI) — American anid North Vietnamese officials met today to prepare for new talks this weiek between Henry A. Kissinger land Le Due Tho of Hanoi on si!irengthening the fragile Vietnam cease-fire. U.S. officials said deputy assistant Secretary of State William H, Sullivan and Nguyen Co Thach, Hanoi's deputy foreign minister, started talks in the Vesinet suburb of Paris at 10.30 a.m. Their job is to prepare the groundwork ifoir a second series of negotiations between Presi- demt Nixion's national security adviser and Tho, who is a member of the Hanoi Politburo. Sullivan and Thach met for six hours Sunday. Officials would not say how the talks went or what subjects were discussed. Kissinger i!s expected in Paris Tuesday night to start talks with Tho on Wednesday. The meeting this week will be their second round of consultations to agree on methods for ending bease-fiire violations and firmly outline areas of Viet Cong and South Vietnamese control. ^immmmmmmmmmmm Volunteer Military Planner Roger T. Kelley, the architect of the all- volunteer military concept, charged Sundiay that opponents in the Pentagon are ready to sabatoge-the system and force a return to the draft. Kelley, who has left as assistant defense secretary for manpower, cleans out his desk as he prepares to return to his old job as personnel director for the Caterpillar Tractor Co. UNIFAX GOPMinority Puts Stopper On Democrats STATEL1NE, Nev. (UPI) Playing, their only high cards early, minority Republican governors have laid down a virtual stopper on Democratic plans to "zing" President Nixon on a pair of sensitive domestic issues. But the official GOP leader of the chief state executives attending the 1973 National Governors Conference opening today at this plush and plastic gambling heaven on mountain- rimmed Lake Tahoe handed his President an even hotter potato by proposing that Nixon submit to frequent "cross examination" by the press about the Watergate case. Nixon apparently was saved from the embarassment of watching the conference, which has 31 Democratic and 19 Republican members, disapprove both his treasured new federalism and Phase III economic programs by a quick of the rules that gives the minority control of the organization's executive committee. Nixon Gets Pentagon May Sabotage J ea ?y F ™.. Volunteer Military Plan ABOVE ALL MAKE IT WHITE'S ROOFING 342-0185 WASHINGTON (UPI) - A faction in the Pentagon is prepared to sabotage the all- volunteer military system and force a return to the draft, the official who directed the change to the volunteer concept charged Sunday. Roger T. Kelley, who has resigned as the Defense Department's assistant secretary for manpower, made the chajrge as he completed preparations to return to his old job . as personnel director for the Caterpillar Tractor Co.. Acts of,Sabotage "As I leave I am very sensitive that some are reacting to my departure and the adversaries (of the draft-free military) are bolder and more frequent in their acts of sabotage against the system," Kelley told UPI. kelley did not name any particular opponents. He said he had found more cooperation than resistance in putting the all-volunteer system into effect i "but certainly enough resist-' ance that it's a danger signal to my successor." Foes of the all-volunteer concept "can demonstrate a need for the draft by letting failures occur," Kelley said. High Standards He said opponents could set health or intelligence standards that were unrealistically high !or set recruiting goals that had never before been reached and then observe that once | again the services have missed their goals." A number of military officers lhave welcomed the end of the Eric's Discovery Glorified real estate advertising is hardly new. When Eric the Red discovered Greenland in 982, he gave the Arctic island its misleading name in a sue cessful bid to attract Viking colonists. In 1942, the "Battle of Midway" began, in which the Japanese fleet suffered its first decisive defeat in World War II by American forces. draft because forought into uniform many who were strongly antimilitary who sowed discontent among the troops. The draft was suspended at the end of December, and the all-volunteer system is to begin officially July 1. Cars Will Have Pollution Signals WASHINGTON (UPI) Starting with 1975' models, cars will have to have buzzers or dashboard lights to warn motorists if their air pollution controls' get out of order. The Environmental Protec fcion Agency announced the new policy Sunday. It said catalytic converters and exhaust gas recirculation systems installed by manufacturers might stop functioning without the driver's knowing it. Brezhnev Visit WASHINGTON (UPI) President Nixon returned to Washington Sunday from a conscription.weekend at his Camp David, Md., retreat, where he made preparations for this month's visit of Soviet leader Leonid I. Brezhnev. A group of Marine officers went to Camp David over the weekend for briefings on security arrangements for Brezhnev's eight-day visit starting June 18, a White House spokesman said. The spokesman said Nixon also worked on various energy and economic matters. 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