Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 6, 1973 · Page 14
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 14

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 6, 1973
Page 14
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14 (Salesbufg Reaister'MaiI,Jjajesburg *111,_ Wednesdeiy, June.A, In Knox County DraftRegktration Violations Inctease After End of War SeMve Servioo System flUoeiall (Boiaind 149, Galetsbnrg, (pepofrfced ilxxJay thialf; itflte number oif dnaifit ffiegtetaibtoft vtola^ mm is taam^ni ^e. Mis. Virjgtoia Oouplianid, the boiajid's executive secdnetbary, said liihe Ibfligpst pfiobtem has Ibeen tvvJitfli late negigtirtatons. AppamrtliLy same young men ttihmigWt itihe dralt ceased with mhe end of ififoe Vteltwam war, shie said. The Miltery Selective Service Ad; ireq>utoes men ito edffchei* register on HMr Idtih ibMhxky ott i within a flklay peirtod be#mTing 3d days feetfbre Mr birth date, Mrs. Coupatiri said. She emiplfoasized (Uholt late negiBtnaltiOins must be report' ed to fflhe state deputy diitoectwr. Men' may regiiisitieir Monday itihrough Fridiay from 6> 4:30 p.m. ait itihe tad iboard office in (the Hdill Arcade, 250 E. Main Sit. They may also tretgdisfber with Mins. Wanda L. Stine alt Gtatesbutg High Sdtotfol or wL'tlh (Mtormis Mtaore at AbingitJon (High Sctool. Dean S, Sweet, iliniois SeleaMive Service diirectior, said Kihiat elJimiiniaiMen off an inctotim oliaiss dm no way alfecfos a young imam's jresponsMiity to [register. He urged itfoem to iregiisber on ftiinie ito avoid legal problems. Shaky Start Ne'U) Argentine Prexy Walks Between Trotskyites Military 1973 By PHIL NEWSOM UPI Foreign News Analyst In Argentina, the question rapidly' was boiling down to this; Who would run the country, the newly installed Peronist government of President Hector J. Camipora or the Trotskyite terrorists? Foreign News Commentary Almost on the eve of Campora's inauguration the tesroirista had demonstrated their contempt both for Campora's efforts at conciliation and the repressive efforts of the outgoing military regime by extracting $1 million from the Ford Motor Co. and threatening similar action against other companies. In.... .effect, the terrorists calling themselves the People's Revolutionary Army had established themselves as a shadow force whose challenge the government either must meet or surrender. It was an inauspicious beginning for the government and the immediate future of Argentina. Would Be Stand-In Caimpora had won election on a plaitfonm which stated pflainly he would serve merely as a stand-in for one-time dictator Juan. D. Peron, who had been banned from seeking election himself. And the returns had shown that at least half of Argentina's 24 million people placed their hopes in Peron after years of political vacuum. But Peron, who came to power in 1946 on a program of sweeping benefits to Argentina's "shirtless ones," now was 77 years old. On his return to Argentina to launch the Campora campaign last November he had shown neither the energy nor the charisma of old. KHW/NN DUUXt EXf AC/SfR* » Uft l> In any room in the hoyiel [» |vllt In tlm«r and »pe»domet«rl |» Ad|uttablt ttntton $9 (95 rhf lom» fun and lonjlble exercise tan jbt yp«r* oil y#or round on a new Sehwjnn Dtluxr Extrcittr. Perfect for ikilnp fani to keep In ihape, and Weal kor weight wofchtri, too. Stop In and [try th« new 8«hwlnn Deluxe Exerciser. |L»t m »hovv you how to take a "Bike Break." ii'i ]y»t cm «f the many new Schwinn bike* we have In stock . [fhire'i on* for you. DAVE'S SCHWINN CENTER HENDERSON At NORTH ST, When he first came to power the country's treasury was swollen witih the profits of the sales of meat and wheat to the World War H allies. Now the country was $4 billion in debt, much of it traceable to the excesses and corruption of his rule. The workers among his followers expected the new regime to increase materially their buying power and Campora began his first days in office by calling for wage increases of 10 to 50 per cent and reduced taxes on many consumer items. But in the face of Argentine inflation galloping ahead at a rate of more than 50 per cent per year they would be of short4ived benefit. Government Grants Amnesty In those hectic first days the new government granted amnesty to hundreds of prisoners in Argentine jails, including known guerrillas and one identified with the slaying of former President Pedro Aram bum. It recognized Cuba and repealed the 1966 law outlawing communism. These were acts certain to rouse the suspicions of the military, many of whom had gone along with their surrender of power with deep misgivings. Nor did it appease the Trotskyite terrorists who accused the new government of establishing a "national unity between the army oppressors and the oppressed, between exploitative businessmen and the exploited workers, between the oligarchs who own the fields and the ranches and the dispossessed peons." For the military the tempta tion to intervene will be great but to do so without the will of the people would be to fall into the trap set by the terrorists who would like nothing better than to see the country plunged into civil war. THE MAILBOX (Continued From Page 4) Of. Jdhntdn Co,, Galtiburg's Qr«ate*t Stefe Sine* 1*M SHOP O.T.'s- 10 TO 9 MONDAY & FRIDAY, OTHER DAYS 10 to 5 June*s Best For Fathers Day FAMOUS MAKE Knit Shirts dividual in society is to ignore a situation in which we really have no choice but to negotiate. We have a responsibility not only to make the world safe for democracy but to assure that, most importantly, it is safe for mankind, We now have the opportunity to gain concessions in these delicate talks, The Soviets have shown their willingness to com promise by their inaction during the mining of Haiphong Har bor, their silence during the Cambodian bombings, t h e S.A.L.T. talks, and their play ing down of the Watergate scan dal which they would view as proof of "bourgeoisie" oppres sion. To say that war is inevitable is madness. It is much nobler to die preventing rather than promoting our "inevitable" end. The Nixon-Brezhnev summit is necessary for reducing conflict by Balance rather than Terror. I believe the President deserves the nation's support in these talks despite the ever increasing revelations of Watergate. —Bill Butts, Galesburg How To Hold FALSE TEETH Securely Do fabe teeth embarrass you by coining loose when you eat. laugh. 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