Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 7, 1973 · Page 33
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 33

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, June 7, 1973
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t A, Henry 5% hours PARTS (UPI) Kissinger met for with lite Hanoi counterpart Wednesday w \d a North Vietnamese -official said it was too soon to tell if the talks would produce an (agreement ending violations of the Vietnam cease­ fire. Both men agreed to continue the negotktionis today. Kissinger opened the found of his talks Wednesday the Hanoi latest with Le Due Tho, who the in just before the signing of the had been given the added title original truce agreement in of (assistant to the president. January. r^ 0 current talks are the Kissinger was accompanied Wednesday by Deputy Assistant Secretary of State William H. Sullivan and While House Press Secretary Ronald L. Zicgler, who, tlhe White House said, had been assigned more duties and (Jalesburg lfegisl*er-Mafl second round of a series begun G ALESBURG, ILL.. THUR., JUNE 7, 1973 SEC. 4 PAGE 33 in Pans May 17 and intended to In turn, the United States strengthen the Jan. 27 Vietnam bombing Vict Cong zones of iagircemcnt and define ways of ending cease-fire violations. North Vietnam earlier accused the United States of South Vietnam, delaying demin- ing North Vietnamese waters ar.d making illegal flights over the north. said Hanoi was infiltrating thousands of soldiers and sophisticated weaipons Into the south. Security Council Meeting Egyptian Foreign Minister Mohamed Hassan el-Zayyat, right, asked the Security Council Wednesday for immediate action to bring about the withdrawal of Israeli forces from all Arab territory occupied in the June 1967 war. Listening on the other side of the aisle is Yosef Tekoah, Israeli Ambassador to the U. N. UNIFAX r ' I 4 Security Council Mem here Hear Arab An UNITED NATIONS (UPI) Arab leader to Wednesday Council to take < appealed the Security 'concrete and energetic steps" to avert another Middle East war. King Hassan of Morocco, chairman of the Organization of + African Unity (OAU), said in a message to the council that it must force Israel to observe U.N. resolutions on the Middle East that call for Israel's withdrawal from Arab territory it occupied in the, 1967 war. Hassan said the alternative was a "grave threat" of a new war in the Middle East. Syria, which' with Egypt arid Jordan lost territory in the 1967 wai;, was scheduled to speak in the council today when it resumes its general review of the Middle East situation. Syria to ioin in the iwas expected Arab demands withdrawal. Two ambassadors ]oin for in Israeli of other OAU states were scheduled to follow with similar appeals of their own. In its address at Wednesday's opening session, Israel renewed its appeal for direct negotiations with Arab governments. It suggested talks for reopening the Suez Canal as a first step. "Israel is prepared," Ambassador Yosef Tekoah said, "to enter into any free negotiations without pre-conditions. It has no ultimate demands. It does not ask Egypt to accept in advance any Israeli views or positions. It seeks an honorable and meaningful dialogue in De bate 4 which the parties would engage in a joint effort to find mutual a c c o mm o d a t i on and agreement." But he also said Israel would not abandon its right to bargain for border adjustments. envoy wno negotiated Vietnam cease-fire agreement with Kissinger. First Meeting The meeting, at a Commu- nistHOiwned villa in suburban trif -Sur-Yvctte, wi3s their first since they adjourned an earlier round May 22, At that time, er reported "significant progress" toward an agreement. When he arrived Tuesday, he said in a cautiously worded statement that he expected to conclude the talks this time. Both sides appeared in good humor Wednesday and shook hands after the meeting, mat Kissinger and Tho did not speak to newsmen. "We have gone over all clauses of the accord," said Nguyen Co Thach, the chief aide to Tho. .Thach (also said it was too soon to speak of an agreement. Photographers Invited Photographers were invited to take pictures of the session and some viewed this Foreign Minister Mohamed H. el-Zayyat of Egypt, which asked for the council review, reiterated his government's demand for an immediate and unconditional withdrawal of Israeli troops from all territory occupied in 1967. He asked the council, to take the necessary action to bring about withdrawal.* Once this is accomplished, he said, "the aspirations of the Palestinian nation will have to be satisfied and their rights guaranteed." as possible sign of progress. Photographers were last called GED Tests Set For June 15-16 The next series of General Educational Development tests for persons who want to earn the equivalent;of a high school diploma will be given June 1516. 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