Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 18, 1973 · Page 13
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 13

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, June 18, 1973
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Screaming Frog Wilis Con lost HARTFORD, Conn. (UP!) A scrcuwnlnig frog toned "felflfckjakk" won tihe Mark Twain Mftnwtol Frag Jumping Con/test In Hartford Sunday wlbh a tte&Mrfceord series of three jumps totaling 10 ifeot. Blackjack attracted attention with a sfcHes of what sounded like sercairns whi&n his master, Peter (kibes of West Hartford, lifted Wtrt out ol a bucket. The ill-tempered dhaimipion struggled to bite Gobcs' hand as the boy set him on the' starting line, but fl loud slap on a table behind the frog shut him up and got him jlumping. Record for the event, held outside a house 'Where the author once lived, is 123.5 inches. Blackjack came about 4 inches short. Tim Almanac Today is Monday, June Jfl, tho day of 1973 with 196 to follow. The ifioon is approaching its last quarter. ... The morning stars are Mars, Jupiter and Saturn. The evening stars are Mercury and Venus. Those born on this dale are under the sign of Gemini. American artist James Montgomery Flagg v/as toorri June IB, .1877. On this day In history: In 1012, the United States declared war on Britain for the second lime in its brief history. In 1815, Napoleon was defeated at the Battle of Waterloo in Belgium. In 1953, Egypt was proclaimed a republic by the "Army Council of the Revolu tion." Golesburfl Register-Moll, Gofesburg, 111. Monday, June 18, 1973 13 Let Juan Do It' Idea Prevails as Peron Ends Exile By DIANA PAGE BUENOS AIRES (UP!) Eighteen years of exile Will fetid finally June 20 for Juan D. Peron, who returns to Atiefa Una Wednesday With flFmy ranks and propertied fully restored, 'his ambitions fulfilled. Once again the most powerful man in the country, his lengthy exile was lniteflfUptGd only briefly'last November when the military regime p&MUcd' his return for 25 days of political consultations prior to ihe March elections. President Hector J. Oampora, whom Peron selected as the candidate for his movement, campaigned on the slogan "CampOra in government, Peron in power." Those who Uiought Peron had made a mistake when he picked the former dentist as his presidential candidate wore In for a rude awakening after the March It elections, when Oampora won six million votes, or. half the ballots in a nine- man, race, thanks to loyalties of past Peronlsts. Camipora look over the government on May 25 with Peron remaining In his exile home in Madrid so as not to steal tho show on inauguration day. The new president Immediately began fulfilling his campaign promises, decreeing amnesty for political prisoners and fixing prices. The new 'government made it clear it was counting on Peron to handle the major problems— the violent divisions within the Peronist movement and the free-wheeling leftist guerrillas who said they Intended to con* tlnue attacking capitalists and the armed forces. . The "Ief*JuaiMlo4t" attitude is based on Peron'i past abilities as a polkttciart end eondliatoif. Only Peron, it is believed, will be able »uGccess- fiilly to dictate to the conservative old-gluard, the idealistic leftist youth, the labor movement and tihe Argentine business cflfmrttinity. The working class has never forgotten the bonuses and fringe benefits the Peron era brought to them. The repressions he practiced have been all but forgotten. The myth of Peron sn an infallible leader has survived his downfall, his 18 years of exile, vilification by his detractors and his anticlimactic return last year. To welcome home the myth and the man, the government has urged the people to gather at an intersection of two highways a few miles . from Ezelza International airport. Poronists planning tho welcome said up to three million people could: fill the flat green fields surrounding the airport highway. A helicopter would take Peron from the airport welcome to the presidential palace, the Casa Rosada (Pink House). His, third and current wife, Isabel, 40, a former cabaret dancer who met'Peron in exile, has talfcady announced her desire to step into late wife Eva's shoes by reopening the Eva Peron Foundation. Everything that Campora has done in his first few weeks in office can be Interpreted as a result of policy set by Peron. Thus the recognition of Communist countries, stale intervention in the universities, restrictions oft foreign investment and the nationalization of .bank credit all can be credited to Peron. Campora has described Peron as the "Boss," and this week will escort his political mentor bac*k to Buenos Alres-and power-ffom his exile home In Madrid. Peron'S'" first days "behind the throne" following his return should provide at least an earJy clue as to the future fate of the country, and, possibly, Campora. INSURANCE. 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