Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 17, 1973 · Page 32
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 32

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, May 17, 1973
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32 Gotesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, III,Thursday, Moy 17, 1973 White Home Delegation, Oglala Sioux Meet Today PINE RIDGE, S.D. (UPI) White House officials arrived on the Pine Ridge Reservation today, hoping to write the final chapter to the confrontation at Wounded Knee. The White House delegation, headed by Bradley Patterson, executive assistant to Leonard Garment, acting White House counsel, arrived by helicopter from Denver, Colo., early today. A meeting between the delegation and the Oglala Sioux tribal government was sche duled at 9 a.rh. MDT. Later today the delegation was to meet with supporters of the American Indian Movement (AIM) which (held the historic settlement under siege for 71 days beginning Feb. 17. The two meetings were necessary because of the open differences between AIM and the tribal government. Tribal Chairman Dick Wilson ; who at one time threatened to lead an assault of the militants CONTACT LENSES For Complete Information on Contact Lenses Phone 343-7410 Dispensed on Prescription of DR. E. W. BEATH, O.D. DAILY 8:00• 5:00• MONDAY & FRIDAY 8:00-8:00 60 S. Kellogg Golesburg, III. ^fisser UNION OPTICAL CO. holding Wounded Knee, said agreement that committed the officials were meeting with his ^j,^ t0 ^nd a group first because tribal , . . ntith iUa t „. rt govenment officials would be <fcl«« atwn t0 meet wlth the two reluctant to meet with the factions Patterson group if they met first with AIM. "The White Mouse recognizes us," Wilson said Wednesday. "They know if they start meeting with every faction they'll be out here meeting all the time. The meeting with tribal authorities was to be closed to the press and public. However, it was expected that meeting with AIM supporters and "traditional chiefs" of the Oglala Sioux would be open. The occupation of Wounded Knee ended May 8 with an Other federal officials joining Patterson at the talks include* Charles M. Seller, acting associate solicitor, division of Indian Affairs, Interior Department; Craig A. Decker, trial attorney for the Justice Depart' ment; Leslie N. Gay, chief of the tribal government section of the Interior Department, and Bobbie Greene Kitberg, attorney arid former White House consultant. U. S. Raid Probe in Nam Is Delayed SAIGON (UPI) - An informed source said today that the international truce commission has not yet ordered an investigation of charges that the United States has carried thejout bombing missions in South Vietnam since the truce. The International Commission of Control and Supervision (ICCS) unanimously authorized an investigation Monday of HOT LINE 58 343-5858 Open From 8 PM to 2 AM 7 Days A Week WE NEED VOLUNTEERS alleged U.S. air raids on May 9 and 12 near Loc Ninh. The investigation was requested by the Viet Cong. An ICCS source, however, said Brig. Gen. Marian Ryba of Poland, chairman of the four- party ICCS subcommittee on military affairs, has failed to submit the authorization to the ICCS regional team at Bien Hoa. Canadian and Indonesian members of the ICCS team at Bien Hoa said Wednesday they are ready to begin the investigation as soon as the request 1 is received, provided the Provisional Revolutionary Government (PRG-Viet Cong) provides adequate safety guarantees for ICCS helicopters to fly over Communist-held territory to Loc Ninh. Indonesian Ambassador H.R. Dharsono said earlier that carrying out the Loc Ninh investigation depends on the PRG providing a five-mile-wide safety corridor for ICCS helicopters. PRG refusal to provide the five-mile air corridor also has blocked the release of South Vietnamese Civilian war prisoners at Loc Ninh for nearly three weeks. Valley Vocalists To Give Concert PA1RVIEW - Valley High School's vocal department will present its annual concert in the school gym May 20 at 8 p.m. The program will include chorus solos and ensembles and will feature the chamber orchestra, directed by Frank Willis. Dorma Lindstrom directs the vocal group. FUNNY IMNtSS Ks either Black Velvet Sotting. The smooth Canadian. BLENDED CANADIAN WHISKY. 80 PROOF. IMPORTED BY© 1972 HEUBLEIN, INC., HARTFORD, CONN. IAN DING GIFT FOR THE 12 ONLY ELECTRIC and REGULAR GUITARS 25% « Guitar Straps No. 554011 ONLY $ 1 88 TRAVEL ALARM CLOCK By WESTCLOX SEVERAL STYLES 20% OFF GUITAR PICKS 8 Pes. Assorted No. N30 55c INSTAMATIC CAMERAS By KODAK ASSORTED STYLES 25% Off GUN CASES ASSORTED STYLES & SIZES 20% OFF MENS BILLFOLDS DOUBLE ft TRI FOLD $J88 DELUXE MIST 20 HAIRSETTER By NORTHERN 20 ROLLER UNIT Model 1527 $^29 SUNBEAM ELECTRIC Travel Toothbrush No. CT-22 $ 10 49 CRAIG SPEAKERS #9405 1 Set $g79 CLIPMASTER Sunbeam Electric Hair Clipper Set 10 Pc. 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