Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 28, 1973 · Page 10
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 10

Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, July 28, 1973
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ister-MoiL Golesbu 4 v tiitfe is litUe point in trying to promote neiMiififtfii Cambodia until «ft«r ttnwte negotiations. MdWtVef* Mats fie id toW ttiit the attempt to-coax the waning,pafti«s into a White House sources said presidential assistant Henry A. Kissinger has delayed his planned trip to Peking until late September. reported he would like to in Peking with the deposed Cambodian leader Prince Norodom Sihanouk, the administration reportedly •mbing halt, which is required by legislation passed by congress and signed by the President in a compromise ncwsiKn on administration has not been touch With him about his I and that he would not want - + F recess V Meanwhile, senate Majority Leader Mike Mansfield dis* closed friday that he hopes to Peking during the congres- which begins Aug. 3. Mansfield is an old friend of Sihanouk's, it is being widely speculated that Mansfield might try to use his influence with the Cambodian prince to be in interloper in any negotiations the administration might be seeking with nouk. has been playing hard to get, saying that he did not plan to see Secret uv i MDM The State Department's reve* lations earlier this week about a secret invitation from Siha­ nouk, then Cambodian chief of state, to bomb the North Vietnamese in the eastern part of Mi country in 1*» and lift could compucate efforts to aet up a Kissinger-Sihanouk meet* tog. Secretary of State i, -ii^i ng jbeOtnmittee minimiaed this K k. T really hearing possibility. disclosures were of local Washington interest;" Rogers said to newsmen, "I don't think Siha­ nouk will mind." Rogers,had Iwen testifying on the administration request for foreign economic and military assistance. To STEIN'S For PINKY RINGS and FRIENDSHIP RINGS From $100 A Up Leo Stein & Sons, Inc Hill Tr r j Em ba tiled Ph n PHNOM PENH (UP1) - U.S. warplanes blasted Phnom Perth's t h r e a t e n e d defense perimeter today and fierce fighting broke out less than five miles from the heart of the capital, surrounded by an estimated 20,000 rebel troops. the capital and the army chief of staff predicted rebel sell­ ings and infiltration of Phnom Penh by insurgent commando teams. The American Vietnam 1 face advance, the foreign ministry in Tokyo announced it was evacuating ell Japanese nationals living in Cambodia. Minis^ sources said the Japanese MAIN ST Downtown Gale short rumble of bombing echoed throughout •Phnom Penh as B52 bombers, J Embassy was instructed As the Communists inched!Fill and F4 Phantom jet some 30 Japanese residing in closer to the city, the govern? | fighter-bombers struck on ail {the war-torn country to leave ment stepped up emergency shies of the besieged cityas soon as possible. recruiting efforts it began Heavy B32 raids hit along the| The High Command' said a Friday. Sound trucks cruised I southern, defense perimeter,!government patrol intercepted the streets broadcasting ap-i where government troops have an insurgent unit trying to peals for volunteers to defend [ been fighting off a rebel i move toward advance for days. hhard" overnight fighting fol- Military sources said a j lowed only five miles northwest captured Communist field com-!of the city. The battle was near mander told his interrogators: the towns of Khounh. and Kap about 2,000 more rebel troopsiSrau, the command said.. were moving toward the city to It marked the first fighting in reinforce those already on its j the Khouhh-Kap Srau area in outskirts. The pris<mer said the the past five days. Govemme reinforcements included 2001 units have held firm in tiie North Vietnamese troops and:northwest against reb 400 Viet Cong from South (during the past month t LAIN B 216 South Chambers St ANNUAL SUMMER CLEANUP CLEAR*OUT 1 '- j * t Farmers Mechanics Bank iiiiMiiiiifl • i DIMENSION BANKEN6 FARMERS & MECHANICS BANK proudly announces a now dimension Banking Our NEW OUT LOOKS CLUB™ Join Now pnd 00 Enjoy a nbow of Banking f 7 * 4 1 1 * FREE PERSONALIZED \ FOR CLUB MEMBERS . , That's right . - . FREE -^fsonalized checks and deposit slips . . <U rnany as you need. Your name, zddrts* tfid account number printed on every NO MONTHLY SERVICE CHARGE ... 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