Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 16, 1973 · Page 11
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'Explorers* Arrive in Arkansas • HELENA, Affc. (UH) - A group ot seven men and a boy affived on the Mississippi River at Helena Sunday on their fe- enactttient of the exploration trip in 1673 of Jacques Marquette and Louis Jolliet. The group, traveling in two birchbark canoes, were greet* ed by a crowd of about 500 persons, including Pierre Coleve, first consul of the French Embassy at Washington, and Jean- Jacques Peyrortnet, French consul to New Orleans. The group was led by Lewis Reid, a suburban Chicago French teacher, who said the group was an hour ahead of schedule since leaving St. Ignace, Mich., May 17 to reenact the voyage that proved the Mississippi River flowed into the Gulf of Mexico. KISLER BROS. HI-LO GROCERY 'Ml s SI- W< \ (. VI.KSitl lit, Open Daily Saturday Sunday Uul I f. tl sol Ml MU\(.I)(>\ 8 AM-10 PM 8 AM - 9 PM 9-1 PM & 4-9 PM YOUNG TENDER Beef Liver Lb. BEEF plus T.V.P. TV.P. -Textured- Vegetable - Protein Used in School Lunch Programs. More Protein - Less Fat NATO Allies Can't Resolve Restructure By PHIL NEWSOM UPI Foreign News Analyst Slow Going on NATO: The European allies have so far failed to work out a joint plan for the American*proposed reorganization of NATO. NATO experts are studying possible alternatives on changes to adapt the 25-year-old alliance to present-day requirements, as suggested by President Nixon Ctojesburftjte^ Monday; July J 6, 1973 11 Window on the World Soviet Secrecy May Hurt Henry Kissinger is expected in Brussels next month for a preliminary discussion with the NATO allies on just what they propose to do. Europeans have expressed strong opposition to Kissinger's earlier suggestion for a new Atlantic Charter. Nixon planned to visit European capitals in the early fall to reach an agreement with the allies. However, little has been said lately about this visit. By GORDON P. JOSELOFF MOSCOW (UPI) - The Soviet mania for secrecy is clouding otherwise bright" prospects for further improvement of relations with the United States. Unless the Kremlin is more forthcoming with information, Soviet-American trade as well as space cooperation could be affected. The problem is the Soviets never before have had to tell what they did not want told There was no reason to do so Now there is. American bankers and businessmen have been in the vanguard of those seeking to learn some of the Kremlin's secrets. "The information given out about the Soviet economy is very much less than that given out by other countries," said 3-LB. LOTS OR MORE DUBUQUE WEINERS DANNER'S "FRESH" GALESBURG Danish Pastry STORE ONLY FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE : 9-Lb. Bags Crushed Ice A GOOD SELECTION OF COOKIES, SNACK CRACKERS, CANDIES ASSORTED PICNIC SUPPLIES ALL STAR ICE CREAM ALL FLAVORS Country Delight White Bread 2 Loaves INSTANT TEA NESTEA 3 oz. Jar No Limit IMPERIAL T Lb. Margarine »» BORDENS HALF - HALF TIDE Family Size Maxwell House COFFEE 3-Lb. Tin With This Coupon Expires 7-18-73 tYYYWWXXXXXXXYYMi Libyan's Worries Eased: One thing that has been worrying Libya's Col. Moam- mar Khadafy as he presses for full union with Egypt apparently has been resolved. Khadafy was concerned that France would suspend delivery of its Mirage warplanes —of which Libya has 100-plus on order. One argument has been that by uniting with Egypt in a ceremony scheduled for Sept. 1, Libya will become a "frontline" nation and therefore ineligible to receive war weapons. However, France does not go along with this view and political sources in Paris say she has assured Khadafy there •will be no halt to Mirage supplies. David Rockefeller, chairman of the Chase Manhattan Bank, on a recent Moscow visit. "Unless they are prepared J over time to give more, very large credits would be difficult to obtain." Rockefeller's words echoed those of a few weeks earlier from Henry Kearns, chairman of the U.S. Export-Import Bank. Some American businessmen have been willing to make concessions to Soviet secrecy in their eagerness to do business here. But the concessions may not continue indefinitely. The Soviet space program long shrouded in secrecy because of its military potetv tial, is an especially sensitive area and thus a special problem. Dr. Philip Handler, president of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences, told Soviet scientists recently they must soon explain recent Soviet space failures to insure that the planned U.S.-Soviet space mission proceeds on schedule. Western monitors have detected at least four major Soviet space failures in the past two months. The failures raised doubts among American scientists about the Soviets' ability to carry out their half of the joint space project, in which a two-man Soyuz craft and a three-man Apollo ship are scheduled to link up in space in the summer of 1975. At the end of a two-week visit, Handler would not discuss in detail with American newsmen the state ' of the Soviet space program. Ho referred them to Western accounts.of the Soviet failures and said, "All of us can be concerned for reasons that are] well known." ! Handler said he told Mstislav Kelydsch, president of the Soviet Academy of Sciences, that "There will come a time before we do the formal linkup when we are going to have to have more definitive information than we have been provided as to the current status of your program." The Soviets have not admitted failures, and it would !be greatly embarrassing to .concede privately to American scientists what has been denied publicly. READ THE WANT ADS! ii! NEED SIDING? 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The dead were identified as Ronald Louzon, 25, Plainfield, the driver of the car; Kathleen Handing, 26, North Aurora, and Frances Simonetti, 18, Joliet. Martin Crittenden, 24, Joliet, was listed in serious condition today at Silver Cross Hospital here. Authorities said the Louzon auto apparently ran onto the median strip, traveled about a quarter of a mile and fell from between two highway bridges to the ground below—a drop of about 60 feet. Police theorized the accident occurred sometime Saturday night or in the pre-dawn hours Sunday. The car was not visible from the highway and was not discovered until Sunday afternoon. Teen Killed TWIN LAKES, Wis. (UPI) James Dama, 18, Oak Brook, 111., was killed Sunday when the car in which he was riding struck a tree IV2 miles northeast of here, authorities said. READ THE WANT ADS! WHEN BUYING Oil _ SELLING REAL ESTATE RON DAVIS AT HAROLD WILSON REALTY 1131 N. Hendei»on Pb. 343-3103 The Farmers & Median Is Paying NEW HIGHER RA To Our Savers! 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