Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 19, 1973 · Page 19
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 19

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, April 19, 1973
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By 8RUCE MICKS (UPI) drove niiddl6 through neighborhood shodttfkg at passersby Wednesday, hitting five persons and killing three. An Army veteran high on marijuana and beer confessed to the shootings hours later. "There was an old woman Standing in front of a house. I pulled up and stopped. I aimed at her neck and fired. She fell to the driveway," said Larry Delon Casey, 21, who was charged with the slayings. VThe dead were an elderly woman and two school girls walking home. The two wounded victims were children who were hospitalized in satisfactory condition. Casey told police his father was killed in New York in 1970 by heroin addicts. "I guess I had some revenge against society," he said. He told police he did not know any of the victims. Two United Press International newsmen signed Casey's coMession as legal witnesses. Casey said lie went home and got his mother's bolt action .22 mm his giftfriendi said Vvoftfte he had Alwlth mis, 19. He smoked four marijuana tigS' rettes ahd drunk a six-pack of beer. "Me and Yvonne had just had some arguments. I guess i Went out of my head for a few minutes," Casey said. "I qualified^ as an expert with, a rifle while in the Army. '*I drove into a neighborhood and fired at the first person I saw (the woman)," he .said. "Then I saw a kid on a bicycle, pulling into a driveway. I was about 75 yards the 1 away when stopped the car. I fired one time and she fdl dead. I do not remember shootihg anyone else." During questionbg, Casey also confessed to the February shooting death of Dorothy J, Young, a clerk in an all^iiight drive-iri grocery. Casey, a 6-foot-2 white man with short hair, straggly beard and bloodshot ' Marshals V fiy EARL FLOWERS PINB RtDGE, S.D. (VPl) Negotiations between the gov- efument and the occupiers of Wounded Knee were at stdftdstill today following government warning that federal officers would Repeat a GALESBURG, ILL., THUR., APRIL 19, 1973 SEC. 3 PAGE 19 a quickly to a repeat f of gunf respond of Tues- ^'The position of the U.S. marshals is that they will not subject themselves to that kind of planned assault on all positions at once without returning fire more quickly," said Stanley Pottinger, the chief federal negotiator at the Pine Ridge Reservation village. Oklahoma. Pottinger said the At least two persons were identification was not con injured in the gunfire exchange Tuesday that Pottlnger described as "a dangerous and significant turn of events." One remained in veiy critical condition and unconscious in a Rapid City, S.D., hospital following brain surgery. He was tentatively identified as Frank Clearwater, a Cherokee from was firmed and came from persons insidd Wounded Knee. The last time formal negotia^ tions to end the confrontation were held between the government and the Indian occupiers was last Tuesday. Pottinger said no more were scheduled. WANT !o':;iiN^! ;;h;i :ii .:,!i;i ,ii ;ii:i (:;;iJ ,.ilt :a^^ 1 Mexican President in China President Luis Ech6verria ^ife are greeted by Chinese Lai on their arrivi^ at Pel port this morning for a state visit to China UNIFAX probation eyes, for a was on burglary committed last August when he was arrested for iWednesday's shootings. Arrives LOCKETS Beautiful Styles $18.50 .F. NECKLACES $3.50 CROSSES S2.00 up (Engraved Same Day) Ladies' and Men's SPEIDEL ID BRACELETS (Engraved Same Day) PIERCED EARRINGS — $2.00 TIMEX WATCHES $7.95 to $125.00 See Our Selection of MUSIC BOXES & PAPERWEIGHTS BERL NORD JEWELER OfllcUl Burlington Northern Ic Santa Fa Time Intpactor 314 E. MAIN — Locatad at Elsa Marie Shop By H.DENNY DAVIS PEKING (UPI) - Mexican President Luis Edheverria arrived in Peking today, receiving a warm handstiake from Premier Chou En-lai and a tumultuous welcome from thousands of : dancing Chinese schoolgirls. Echeverria, who* is on a wprld tour, is the first Latin American head of state to visit China since the Communists assumed power in 1949. During his six-day stay, the Mexican president is scheduled to meet with Chou three times for talks. A meeting with Chairman Mao Tse-tung was described as probable. . Chou and other Chinese dignitaries bestowed their greetings on Echeverria at the airport under large portraits of Mao and banners proclaiming, at attention as a Chinese band Chi- organized atbout played the Mexican and nese anthems. Thousands of schoolgirls were in companies of 100, each with its own distinctive colorful uniform. They danced and chanted '*bienvenido,".the Spanish word for welcome. Echeverria then rode into the center of Peking in a Russian limousine. Thousands of Chinese rushed from the curbs to wave colored silk scarves and applaud as the Echeverria motorcade passed. Bank Hold Nets FBI's Farmers waved from the doors of their homes, houses which appeared similar to the adobe huts found in rural Mexico. • X Echeverria said earlier he would seek closer cultural and technical ties with China as well as financial Chinese studying possible credits and the of employing system manual labor. In the other nations included in his tour, Canada, Britain, Belgium, France and the Soviet Union, Echeverria urged respect for third world countries and an end to economic r ^ I •,1 brings It all together for today's Nataral Look We support the struggle of the people of Mexico in defense of national independence." Echeverria shook hands with Chou and the two leaders stood Wanted Killer expansionism. 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