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Qalesburg Register-Mail OALESBURG, ILL., TUES., JULY 17, 1973 SEC. 2 PAGE 17 Nuclear Tests On Despite Protests PAPEETE,. Tahiti (UPI) - Ffeftch sources said today that growing international opposition to French nuclear tests in the South Pacific will only harden Paris' decision to go ahead with its planned series of atmospheric explosions •. France was reported ready to start the series of atmospheric tests oh Mururoa atoll, 650 miles southeast of Tahiti, at any time. Warships were reported ready for the orders from Paris to set off the first •blast. Meanwhile, there were more protests Monday in Rome, Santiago, Chile, and Paris itself. Word From Abroad French authorities refused to say when the tests would start. Officials said the first word would come "from abroad," presumably when countries monitoring the tests announce the first explosion. . To set the stage for the testing, which began in the South Pacific in 1966, France decreed a 72-mile danger zone around Mururoa and ordered all ships to leave the area. Officials said France had the right to expel ships refusing to go. Several ships, sailing in the area in protest, are reported cruising about 100 miles away from the Mururoa atoll. One is a New Zealand warship with a cabinet minister as one of its passengers. I The protest vessels are part |of the international uproar over the tests, which began with Australian and New Zealand claims that the tests, could damage the health of their populations. France denied this. , Most of the Tahiti island (population apparently is paying little attention to the controversy. • • In diplomatic moves, Chile accused France of violating international law by conducting the tests and sent Paris an official protest. France, like China, has not signed the treaty barring atmospheric testing. Peron Take Over BUENOS AIRES (UPI) The provisional government of Raul A. Lastiri ignored demands by leftwing guerillas today that it install onetime strongman Juan D. Peron as president without awaiting elections. Lastiri's interior minister assumed his post Monday night by pledging fair and peaceful elections, but did not set a date for .them. The elections are expected sometime within 45 days. But guerilla organizations said they were not satisfied with the delay. Immediate Take Over "General Peron must take over immediately," said a statement signed by two of the most active gueriljia organizations, "because the presence of Lastiri as provisional president allows the imperialist conspiracy to continue and means a return to the (military) regime..." Peron is expected to seek the presidency—and is heavily fa? vored to Win it—in elections .made necessary by the resignation last week of Hector J. Campora. Lastiri was sworn in four days ago to replace Campora, who resigned after only 49 days in power. Campora quit in a move designed to open the way for Peron's return to the presidency he lost in 1955 in a military revolt. Political Violence The guerilla statement demanding Peron's immediate assumption of power was signed by the "Revolutionary Armed Forces" (RAF) and "The Montoncros," two of the groups most active in political violence in recent months. Peron did not comment on the demand. Ancient Dwelling Site Digging on farmland near the cornfields on a farm near Kearney, Neb., a student excavation team from the University of Nebraska's Lincoln campus has unearthed the remains of an ancient dwelling site, that experts; have dated as somewhere between 1000 and 1300 A. D. Thought to have been a solitary dwelling, it is believed to have housed a number of people. UNIFAX U.S., Japanese Talks End TOKYO (UPI) - Secretary of State William P. Rogers wound lip two days of talks with Japanese leaders today on subjects ranging from the price of soybeans to a deal to prevent quarrels over Middle East oil. The two sides apparently agreed to work together in investment development of the Soviet Union 's oil and gas fields in Siberia. But the Japanese delegation at the talks, the ninth meeting of the U.S.-Japan joint econom ic committee, appeared cool to American requests for cooperation to prevent ''destructive competition" for Middle East oil. . Assured Governments Diplomatic sources said Japan previously assured the governments of Iran and Saudi Arabia that it would not join any bloc of oil-importing nations set up to oppose the organization composed of oil- exporting countries. Earlier, the Japanese criticized U.S. economic policies, especially decisions by Washington to ration farm products and scrap metal to foreign buyers. Japan is a major customer of such products as soybeans and metal. At the same time, Washington wants to reduce its trade deficit with Japan, a total of $4.1 billion in 1972. Between them, the United States and Japan account for about 40 per cent of the world's Travel Times Travel times between cities have decreased an average of 10 per cent as a result of new Interstate roads, with some intercity corridors showing time savings of 50 per cent or more. gross national product. Thus, diplomatic sources said, the talks • become even more important in dealing with a variety of common issues and differences. To South Korea At the end of their talks later today Rogers and Foreign Minister Masayoshi Ohira said they would meet newsmen. Rogers is scheduled to leave Wednesday for South Korea. He led the smallest delegation the United States has sent to the annual talks, which were inaugurated in 1961, and this touched off some reports in Tokyo that the Japanese government was upset. The Siberian deal follows several Soviet approaches to Real Estate Today By DICK ROZYNEK, GRI Realtor Itemize House Tax Deductions Japan to loan Moscow $1 billion for construction of a pipeline from the Tyumen oil fields in the Urals to the Soviet Pacific coast. Under the proposed deal, Japan would take payment in oil, starting after the pipeline's completion around 1980. Japanese government sources said Prime Minister Kakuei Tanaka was uneasy about going it alone on such a project.;. (|le ear , |cr ()f home Hence, the proposal that the .. ,„. United States join the project, j ownership. The mortgage in- tcrcst and real property taxes on your personal residence, when added to other deductible items will usually be well in excess of any standard deduction you could claim. Your house payment may One of the great financial benefits of home ownership versus rental is that you arc immediately eligible to deduct a good - sized amount of money from your income tax. 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