Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 26, 1973 · Page 21
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 21

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, April 26, 1973
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PARIS (Ut>I) ^ Degfliti i pt(!dg« to "do thfilr utmost*' to iign an agreement by Priday, the Viet Cong imd Saigon remained deadlocked today in negotiations on the political future of Soutli Vietnam. , Representatives of the two sides exchanged new proposals Wednesday on how to settle the <iMintry*s political future, but both proposals were rejected by the other side. The two parties met for 75 fnintilii And tHM idjiMiiiiM th «ir titks linttl an imipMM titne neitt week. trnless there is a sudden reversal^ the 904iy deadline set in the Jan. 27 cease-fire pact will pass without an agreement. The United States and North Vietnam, the prime mover* in the Piii'ls triiee agreement, announced Wednesday they would begin talks Friday in Paris to lay the groundwork for Mw eofisullitions b e I w e e ft Henry A. Kissinger and his Hanoi counterpart, Le Due Tho, on cease-fire violations in South Vietnam. The Washington-Hanoi talks, as announced by both sides, will open between Underscore' tary of State Wilfiahi H. Sullivan and Nyugen Catch, the North Vietnamese vice minister for foreign affairs. Viet Election Laws Eliminate Viet Cong SAIGON (UPI) - A government spokesman said today Saigon will go ahead with plans for senatorial elections Aug. 28 despite Wednesday's Viet Cong rejection of a South Vietnamese proposal for internationally supervised general elections. However, because of a hitch in South Vietnam's election laws, the Viet Cong would be unable to participate as a party in the senate race. In military action, the Saigon command accused the Communists of committing 97 more cease-fire violations in the 24 hours.ending at noon today, for a total of 12,151 since the truce began. Under terms of the Jan. 27 Vietnam truce, Saturday is the deadline for setting up national elections. It is also the deadline for completion of the release of civilian prisoners, and Saigon and the Viet Cong agreed today on a tim stable for freeing more than 500 prisoners from each side. Under South Vietnam's 1967 constitution, Aug. 26 is the date set for election of hajf the 60 members of the country's senate. Senatorial elections are held every three years. However, under South Viet- nani's new election law announced Dec. 27, the Oonununists would be unable to participate as a party in the balloting. Under the prisoner release timetable announced by t h e Viet Cong today, 750 civilians held by Saigon will be released at Loc Ninh, 75 miles north of Saigon, beginning Friday and ending Monday. In turn, 501 civilians held by the Communists are to be freed at nine sites starting Friday and ending Tuesday. BLUE RIBBON OLD STYLE MILLERS HAMMS It *2._29 BUDWEISER 12 11 *2.29 12 FALSTAFF 12 c^A^^s =^2.00 24—12-Oz. 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Morning Star asked that her husband be buried at Wounded Knee. UNIFAX Official Lebanese sources said Israeli jet fighters flew over Beirut today and the defense ministry said Israeli planes flew three sorties high over Lebanon's Mediterranean Coast. Both reports said the jefs were chased off by Lebanese Air Force fighters. In Jerusalem, Foreign Minister Abba Eban urged Arabs to abandon their "oratorical campaign" against Israel and worlc for peace. He also repeated charges that several Mirage jets sold by France to Libya are now in Egypt and said Israel can document the charge. Libyan leader Col. Moammar Khadafy was quoted in a Beirut publication Wednesday as say ing Arab armies would lose any new war with Israel because of the "traditional Arab mentality Indians Mourn Death Of Gunbattle Victim By EARL FLOWERS PINE RIDGE, S.D. (UPI) Indians holding' Wounded Knee broke off negotiations with the fedieral government until Sunday to, observe four days of mourning for a comrade who became the first person to die from wounds received in an exchange of gunfire with government forces. Frank Clearwater, 47, identified as an Apache from Cherokee, N.C., died Wednesday in a Rapid City, S.D., hospital from a head wound suffered April 17 during a heavy exchange of gunfire between occupants of Wounded Knee and federal officers Clearwater had been in critical condition since being admitted to St. John's Hospital end had undergone brain surgery for the bullet wound in the head. The government said he apparently infiltrated the village about two days before the gun battle. Clearwater's widow, Morning Star, said she intended to have her husband buried at Wounded Knee. But Richard Hellstern, the top government official at Pine Ridge, said the Oglala Sioux Tribal Council indicated burial would not be permitted because Clearwater was not a Sioux. He also said an FBI investigation conducted with fingerprints indicated his name was Frank Clear, and "we tend to believe he was white rather than Indian." Clearwater was the first person to die since the armed takeover of Wounded Knee on Feb. 27. Several persons had been injured, including a U.S. marshal who was paralyzed from the waist down after being injured in a firefight at Wounded Knee in March. Hellstern said the Indians inside Wounded Knee radioed that negotiations would be suspended until after the fpur- day period of mourning. WANT ADS PAY DIVIDENDS! ABOVE ALL MAKE IT WHHE'S ROOFING 342-0185 commanding these troops." Me also pronounced the Arab guerrilla movement dead but Palestinian leaders today de* nied it. Officials sources In Beirut said Israeli Jets flew over the city at about 32,500 feet around noon today but that Lebanese Mirage jets rose to challenge them and they flew away. Israeli planes frequently fly over South Lebanon but have rarely been reported over Beirut, where Israeli commandos staged an April 10 raid that left three top Palestinian leaders dead. At a news conference In Jerusalem today, Eban said recent statements of war preparations emanating from Carlo and other Arab capitals were only meant to "create artificial tension." Concer Program on T.V. Tlio Knox County Unit of thia American Cancer Society is correlating a gonoral information panel program en Channel 7, Cable T.V., Friday ivenlng, April 27th. The program will be one hour in length — 6:30 to 7:30, at which time the general public is urged to phone in questions to the respective members of the panel. Dr. Donald L. Grieme will respond to gynecological questions relating to treatment of diseases in women. Dr. C. 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