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   Valley Morning Star (Newspaper) - September 8, 1970, Harlingen, Texas                               man who has committed a mistake and doesn't correct it Is commuting another Confucius VALLEY MORNING STAR Your Freedom Newspaper U 59th Yeor- No. 70 Dial GA 3-5511 lOc Daily 15c Sunday September 1970 Cocyright Freedom Newjpapori 12 S. Inflation 'Threatens Stability Of World's Money System' WASHINGTON -The In its annual the IMF worst U.S. inflation in 20 years put control of U.S. inflation at has spread economic trouble lop of the world economic most non-Communist countries Jist. It said the Nixon and could threaten stability of the world's money system. Administration is sche- the International Fund said Mondav. importance of stability and efficiency the U.S. inflationary spiral the U.S. the mirch- restoring price and cost stabili- ty can hardly bo the report said. slake rising prices. Managing director makes loans to national in 1969 is clearly behind Schweitzer issued which are having difficulty in in slowing the pace of needed strengthening of in advance of the the soundness ofjprice and cost increases and. at meeting scheduled currency. it has had a U..S. balance of payments 2najhe2in cept 2l in Copenhagen.j this the domes-'more severe impact on the real to checking of the inflationary functioning of thciTno 25-year-old IMF works stabilization plan than was hoped trend on a world-wide the'international monclary the value of money. It I by the U.S. authorities the report said. Scores Of Americans Among mf Hostages Of Air FEAR IN FREE EUROPE-ln two German policemen patrol the departure at the Rhine-Main airport Monday with submachineguns jlung over thr-ir shoulders. All over airports tightened their security measures and their watch for hijackers and terrorist bombs fallowing the rash of Sunday hijackings involving four jetliners and hund- reds of innocent passengers. ARKANSAS RACES WATCHED Primaries Today In Eight States By United-Pros International 'against Republican incumbent Primary are sche-. Winthrop who won duled in 'eight states renomrnauon in the first featuring a GOP month. hattle in Florda between Judge jn Florida. Cramer is running G. Harro'd and Rep. on his record as author of an William C. Cramer and an ar.ubosing amendment to the Arkansas Gubernatorial contest 1504 Cinl Rights Art. while between Orville and Car swell is campaigning hav'c rx-en Attorney Dale Bumpers. in the Egypt had a former six-term are Ihe CMSe-fzre by moving more is rwminatjon i Turn To PRIMARIES. J'ngc Soviet-made missiles into in a runoff election after NEW FIGHTING Mideasfern Tensions Are Mounting By United Press International Palestinian guerrillas battled Jordaman security forces in thej streets of Amman .Monday.' Tension mounted in trie .Middle KaM over U.S.-initiated efforts to bring peace berween and Israelis. i A spokesman for the extre- mis'. Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine isaid in Beirut that four Western jetliners were hijacked because the Arab I resistance movement was in danger of liquidated. The PFLP spokesman said tfif Pan American World .Vrr.vays 7-57 jumbo jet was riestoryed at Carro Airport because of President Gamal Nasser's acceptance the U.S. peace proposals. The Palestinian guerrillas have rejected any political SffJement with Israel and have vowed to sabotage all efforts to reach such an agreement. The peace talks under the auspices of the United Nations running No. 1 with votes in the eight-man first primary. in an eight term Con- has boon involved in' a bitter campaign with Car- sweli. the U.S. Appeals Court judge whose nomination to the Supreme Court wa_s rejected by the mostly because of. opposition from liberal mem- bers. Other primaries are durcu in .Arizona. New Utah. Wiscon- sin and Vermont. and Bumpers are seeking the nomination to run Cold Front Not Aimed At Valley The cold front ambling around upcountry is not aimrd at the so don't turn off your airconditionrrs to be hoi. Temperatures will range from as zr. Ir. as low as 74 fn ihc under clear lo p.irllv skies. Southeasterly winds from 11 to 24 miJrs an hour will drmlnbhing tonight. standstill zone along Suez Canal. The United States said it had evidence of some violations but Egypt denied the charges and in turn of 7 cease-lire. Israel announced Sunday it j boycott the talks in New York until the- Egyptians w.Uidrew ihe missiJes from the '31-mile-w-.de zone on the western bank of the canal. Israeli U.N. Tekoah left hy plane for New York Monday to inform U.N. Mediator Gunnar V. Jarnng of There have been repeated clashes between Arab CHEER IN THE WHITE HOUSE Presi- dent Nixon and George presi- dent of the enjoy a laugh prior to a White House dinner for about OVER CHAMPAGNE TOASTS 200 labor leaders Monday. The din- ner was the first such presidential ges- ture to organized labor on its special day Labor Day. Nixon And Union Leader rists Arab Pirates Threaten Slaughter By United Press International Arab air pirates released 116 women and children from two hijacked jetliners in Jordan .Monday. laced the planes with explosives and threatened to blow them up unless ransom demands were met. Smres of Americans wore JS-J hostages remaining aboard the jje's. The Palestinian guerrillas .'increased their terms for freeing the passengers and aboard the Trans World Airlines and Swissair planes and refused to release jSome Jewish women and j children. Switzerland announced accep- 'tance of a 72-hour guerrilla iUltimatum expiring at ja.m. EDT Thursday and said it free three. .Arab terror- ists imprisoned in Zurich. West Germany said it would release j three others it holds if the guaranteed freedom jfor German hostages. Britain j withheld a decision on a jguerrilJa demand for the i release of a seventh i Guerrilla leaders ja' a news conference that jof explosives had been 'aboard the two planes and 'the host aces were under guard' the cabins. They warned demolition would stroy the planes alone with' their if any iwcre to the- jjojtiiners. r J A spokesman at the said the planes 'would be irp if demands met bcfor ANGER IN Ronald Reagan of Califor- nia in Newport Beach Monday tells a news originally called to outline his reelection campaign thai he plans to contad both President Nixon and the state department to ditcuss the demands 'iff Mid- cast terrorist guerrillas for the safety of held as ransom hostages aboard rwo hifaclced the obvious anger on his face being representative of that on the faces of many Americans upset by the terror factics. 'You Can't Go Down Road Paying Reagan NEWPORT -'matfon from the Department of Ronald State. demand Monday by at San Quenun prison guerrillas that Sirhan Sirhan beifoi the assassination of Sen. freed in exchange for passen- i Robert F. Kennedy moments gers aboard jetliners after he won the California Sunday. 'Presidential Primary in 196S. down the road During his tne Arab immigrant testified that he believed Kennedv bad ''be- Exchange Compliments the Republi can Governor said. led to Gi' sources like any other blackmail him because of _ kind of person. The'Senator's support of Israel. Mid Sirhan jmany he told a news heard the demand -on a conference. newscast on a radio be had in 'up the hostages also. The International announced iti Labor Day Quiet In Valley Area Meany then reminisced about.Secretary-Treasurer Lane Kirk- and Jordanian1 security fortrsjident Nixon and labor leader'Franklin D. Roosevelt. He.land. from Amman since King Meany traded FDR tnt'ky a The construction union announced aocetfance of pliments over champagne politician as any who bore who have forece-'pr the U..S.-propped 90-day cease-i toasts at the While House name of and backed Nixon's Indochina Vorr.cV .'-.re snd resumption o f Monday and most of the me tell you Lyndon war were represented nation's top union was no The. by C. G. HaKgerty President An Jordanian on in approval and laughed the AFL-CIO Buildinc and mwntCTC.i It Conslmction Trade Depart- rSren were pLine after they had Other cuosts included Team- named their religion to gueml- Reagan refused ceii. I peculate on what th Say.ng he needed miPht more infor- His learned of demand at her Turn To REAGAN. Page 2 rrotm reported that the a U.S. sergeant jfor who stole'a The guest list was studded ment. miliiatv attache's on ihe traditional Labor- wiih names generally only Amnian was kdnaoed tw-o He was identified and the Rave no dc not Man the VaL'cy people crossed quiet. causeway to Padre IsJand to Jhe brim on holiday one of th.e least rrowrlod e r n e n u 3 were notary' Days in recent years. deserted MrwJav. with onJv an _ occasional picnidccr. and a' few people tennis on rooms for the first time Garcia Charr ged In Traffic Death Democratic Party alliance bvin the Executive Mansion invi'Jng S5 top union officials i during adrmnistra- their wives to dinner Meany j Labor's Day annual holiday the head table'was After a sumptuous dinner ilhc East Room. Nwn rose to rVPUOON HITS TAIWAN Cambodians Pressing 'Largesf Offensive sters VK-V President inlcrrogators. and Leonard Guerrillas jn control of pjiNQM PENH. Cambodia called in U.5. pmships. anille- Woodcock. President of ihe-wissair all Cambodian troopsIry and jrt a a United now.women and children to travel to Tuesday pressed what was'counterattack. One communist Jordaman Army 25 was lonnd wnen cr.iical contract .Amman i AH turii Fran. Ir.' But rot.iblv from the husbands In this nme of turbulence. nicfls was W the oM good r.nucsiMomlav. Hoods President of rin ._.- land-siHJes that roads'troubled Unitt-d Mine sniller nflo.s and machine cuas And two other key union Tne ihreat 'n and destroyCKJ homes. .S-Jc 0pennons were fcik-d. sci'en were 6RAFFITI1 end ol the dcatli of Mrs. trade and CasUlli Hoadnck. 51. victim o the of a reduction of an ac- rates for the winter. odmt. Bond was set at J2.500. Many husmrsscs Hcadrick was struck hy open and an zutomobile Saturday were many shoppers in the of Poli arxJ Hlh dJed Mercy Hospital No larr.e wrre Sunday. served in the nty's was mine Jo do and 13 inprrd. z spa al ly. two other IV. of jhe Slechvirkrrs Tho- capitat. They in a to break h.r drirp and fathers ab-ard SMav Communist siW at the nd troops armod In Saipon. U.S. HpiOVjuar.ers 3 report issued Tuesday un sawJ tnrec Amcncans A TTK' n ra n ic'. were arnl nine ir Saigon Headquancrs reported hy Commune Vietnamese st a palrol on Soirji air cofLC. artillcrv- fciled 2J a Pan an Airways jum- strikes and Comrrrunlsts rair n j-i Hcrcto Brownsville Man Held In Drugs Case where students vwc -Raul ojcaminatTons of Brrro-nsxillc. was semester San .charged Monday MTtJi a fui' rfay of dancrrmis drucs his bond was at polxy reported the Justice of Peace Johnny raft fii Dsy Ganlo. fa-rrrirv disturhances and t Garcia aJ acodf-ntA Gateway Bridge Sunday A at wish the corner and 33 Ed Carev- Drh't and U wfrc confi-vau-d 77 at ihc lop rrf the Jumed Garoa Jist of poTKiJar places Jo crssb. 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