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   Valley Morning Star (Newspaper) - November 15, 1970, Harlingen, Texas                               Texas ICU. 58 Arkansas_____36 Texas 12 Rice ......18 Texas Tech 7 Notre Dame... 10 Georgia.....31 Air Force--------31 0 SMU...... 3 Howard Payne 2 Texas 17 Baylor Georgia Tech.. 7 Auburn.....17 Stanford--------14 man who committed a mistake and doesn't correct It Is committing another Confucius VALLEY MORNING STAR o Your Freedom Newspaper 59th Year- No. 133 Daily 15c Sunday November 1970 Cooyright Disastrous Airliner Snuffs Out Football Team ROAD-SIDE SALESMEN Two Pan American College students take action to earn a few dollars by setting up a pink grapefruit stand at the Harlingen west-end city limits. While this a common sight in the the difference is that Jeffrey Prodoehl sits in his wheel-chair and waves hit sign to motorists going by. is striken with cerebral but manages to hold a vtraight A student record. He and his family come from but now operate a form tfast of La Feria. His partner is Louis from San Benito. They are both Freshman students. Thousands Feared Lost As Tidal Wave Inundates East Pakistan Lowlands Indochina War Step-Up Increases U.S. Casualties New Wave Of Brush Fires Blackens California Hills East Pakistan many as persons were fenred lost Saturday in the wake of a cyclone and tidalj waves which battered offshore islands and coastal areas of East Pakistan The government launched a massive rehef opeianon Radio Pakistan placed the confirmed death toll at 11 163 in a broadcast late Saturday adding that as many more mav have died All _ India Radio said the toll had SAJGO'N military without resis-1charges killed four paratroo I to and was spokesmen said Saturday that 'tance and prepared to move ipers and wounded 25 others expected to go higher when have been'killed heaP one US communications were restored I and 74 wounded m two davs of f'EnlinK nared in the 1 SdlQ onc areas btepped up fighting with Com-'weck- i Cavalry Division soldier was The East Pakistan govern munist forces in South V.et- Communist terrorists AY. Va. chartered airliner the Marshall University football team and coaching staff and West Virginia civic leaders and legislators crashed and burned in Jtpht fog and rain Saturday night near the Tn-State Airport in the Appalachian killii'g all 75 persons aboard. Trie a twin-jet DCl by Southern Ga was in commune cation with the airport lust before the crash at about 7 40 p m following a 40- rmnute flight from North Carolina wnere the Marshall team played an afternoon game. The control tower was perfectly nor-jj ment said it was the govern nation's viam South Vietnamese and struck in South Vietnam. They other American casualties were worst of thc century. Cambodian troops also battled a claymore mine tha't suffered in ground engagements m SAN They had subsided to gusts of' Fire officials declined More than fiO.OOO acres'near 40 miles an hour when contatr.mer.t of volatile timber and brush1 and were expected to las' the Bear Fire would areas were reported blackened 'through Sunday. peavmg it open as to the Bear Fire were located near Saturday in three Southern Eleveji aerial hankers were possibility of a renewed rash of the mountain communities of California counties as searing being used to fight the largest 'Devil Winds Running Springs and Lakeview desert winds fanned two majonblaze that had left a 351.000 acre More tnan men conten Pont while still another threa swift-moving fires. scar in the scenic San Bernardi- trated their efforts to save ter.cd homes near the Del Rosa The known as no Mountains Known as resort cabins and a area of the city of San Ana swept 'Bear it threatened the variety of other structures as Bernardino. down off the deserts late 'town of Running Springs pnri the flames burned rapidly on Forty-six resort and Thursday and reached peaks parts of the city of San three Fire spofces-nen which some witnesses past 80 miles an hour Friday. i Bernardino. exceeding tJi'c- cteath and caused by the action scores of other storms down I through the years which have1 In Cambodia. to ing about 000 acres of timber across thc Ba-v of .forces attacked the airport 16 persons nf and brush Parh hrnir and lashed unprotectedjthe province capital of Kom v The rrnior in the loiAlailds ln thc area J mal and there was no of trouble The death Ml was the highest in a U S airplane accident this year. All of the 1970 fatal airlmer crashes weie on or nonsciieduled none in commercial scheduled nights It was thp nation's third au liner second this a college football team Thirty-two per- including 14 Wichita State 1st University were failed i last Oct 2 when their plane i crashed in the Colorado also killed north of Saigon and In 1Pfio crash 'at killed 22 including IE members ._. ________ _ widespread blcw hunareds of steel frag- and mine and booby trap Of California State Polytech ments into a crowded movie 'explosions in the three northern mc college team theater in Khanh Hoa provinces. i The DC9 which has twin jets Communist ngg northeast of Ion either side of the tail can carry passea- cmc leaders and ilors the ai-fated craft armv 'Aere members of a Boosters' L 40 comnunisli tVl said the flames were consum- estimated were worth close totlhere sscre no S1571 ----------------------------------------I 000. were destroyed as the.some- Piously Tne sudden flareup of fight ing broke a 4S hour lull in the country's In US spokesmen which no Americans had been the Mouths of the Ganges isecond largest and assault-jssin tne heaviest Communist killed in Vietnam The battered the area ed a Cambodian outpost 12 attacks were directed Fndav for six Friday. Some of miles to the southwest in a against US 101st Airborne the tidal waves were 30 feet continuation of their campaign Division troops near the former irgh northeast of the capital city of imperial capital of in mini uho flow ovpr thp Phnom Penh. 'South Vietnam's northern sec-' _ piiiu wno new over J .southwest of Saigon s.ene estimated 1 Cambodian troops striking tor jcambodian border. Saigon square-nine force. Saturdav The Communist troops at-1 government sources said at of Prey Hacking twice with automatic least four South Vietnamese rocket grenades and TNT soldiers died in action Fndav arca ns in a were homeless He said of life populated occupied the town of Preyltackinc 33 miles northeast o'f fire Syrian Revolutionaries Start Laying Down Law W HiV1 _. j i names raced through lnc areas Some islands had simply Smilev Park mountain commu- while other crews fought flames that had worked their way down the mountain moving t closer to the San Bernardino i I city limits Officials said some persons had been evacuated 'from Del Rosa area early' Saturday. uere counted. in the Bansal distnct east of tne radlo said 287 were known to have Uruguayan Government Seeks International Manhunt Aid DAMASCUS Syria ruling Baathist in most of the country's' Another dubbed Syria's new military overlords sacks Salah civilian leaders were arrested Fire- about Political sources said the the Club composed of wealthy citizens who aiaed the Marshall football effort financi- ally The Federal Aviation said the plane carried 70 a crew of four and a baggage handler A Marshall spokesman said members of the Boosters' Ciub on the plane included six physicians j The pilot was making an ap- i proach to the airport's runway 11 when the crash occurred at about p m after a night from 'N C The Marshall team played 'East Carolina College at Green- Uruguay and money from the bank's gunny sacks meant to carry 100 and 17-14. Heavy tolls were reported Uruguayan govern-'loan department which requires pounos of sugar each Tnere was a 300-foot ceiling 'ment called in Interpcd Satur-1 borrowers to leave jewels and took only the best i and visibility was five day 'to help in the search for other valuables in its vaults as jewels and wouldn't bother withi Turn To CRASH. Page A-2 the offshore islands of Haba and Sandwipp 23 miles i long and 4 to S miles was1 ntio leftist guerrillas collateral seized power In a Woodless Arab political sources coup Friday warned Tne military coup leaders Saturday they install a conferred Saturday to de governmentt mine the form of the specifically on the issue unless .the avihan .'action of the 'government following the coupjjadnj is now in _ --------------------------------------pnson Assad and his e r.e anv'hmg that one was of official rouueai Mxura MIU me rrnlcs Nscst of thc Bcar Firc-i reported under 20 feet of staged what may be the world Xothmg but the most marke- iers coup led Defense Minister vas causc concern some places. A cyclone m biggest robbery at the Bank of1 table jewels were taken from adding that police believed ver-l u Gen Hafez turned amonK firemen as nightfall failed over half of Hatia's Republic. the vaults The gun-toting gang robbers planned to market thei of approached population Winds there had failed toi More than 14.000 launches put into the relief Rubin Campaigr Moves Back To U.S. Under British Push supporter. Chief of Staff f' Gen. Tlas had 1 ousted from their posts m n Baath Party congress by the civilian wing led by The Army men bad attributed a fin- that had their defeat in the burning underground for believed that to Jadid accord- tvo months.0r victims were political deoded Wircs of arca fircs religious pilgrims who onw-and-for-atl tad to n had been burninc in the ir thc DuWa trees and brush and was NEW YORK for a free top home and teadcr Jerry Rubin expelled vowing ne would from Britain for tne bushy -haired and arrived al Kennedy wearing a maroon sweater wrtfi Airport Saturday bell-botiomed blue and police nnged the radio arxnit acres thanks the Bnush voodtn was newspaper buildings and the Riverside Counlv 2ng to on a remove who was the stroncman in Syria rekindled as winds took up his pre-eminent thcir posnion two years ago. It had m Damascus Saturday al- acres most normal folio.ssng the Snmc Cnr4aincd But Assad's miblary Three oiher fires in nearby but miles an hour. The arca was so Pakistani warships joined the that fircfighting equip- effort to get clothing and ad to in to thc stricken and mules I Helicopters dropped medical Cucamotiga blaze was supplies. Radio Pakistani said it was many of the 13.000 i he their Authonties asked the away the loot in 10 loot ou'vside international police force to to track down attempts to sell the stolen jewels which made up the bulk of the haul taken from the bank's vaults day night Officials of the bank came in on their usual day off Saturday to wade through thousands of receipts to determine the exact of the haul taken by the Mountaineers Report Upward Progress Four Hurt In Crash arca for immersion in Ganges waters considered holy by Hindus Dubla is part of Die Sunderbans. a sv.ampy area which s-.relchcs for 160 miles Firemen Fight Grass Fire accompanied by Stewart central office and a reported conlained hv laic another who ex- machme guns wre up oo Fndav was in ooi'ed with him. military More army ih'osc said who trucks were in the streets TVO fires in Ventura along the coast Bengal. of the Bay of was one of the Ho police everted him out of thc United Kingdom because he contact with Irish rpvolutxmancs Auto Pact Vote Starts BEN'ITO Four persons were being treated in the em- ergency room of Dolly Vinsant Hospital Saturday nlgnt after being injured in vehicle traffic mishap about 11 p m. to the San Benito Police the Tupamaro terrorists Bank estimated Fndav that the loss totalled tan's mountaineers whojValkv dangbng day and T _ million in jewels and in refuse to be rescued thc vertical cliff and but bank President they were making sleeping in tent-like bedrolls ana Carlos Pcnna said he could not rapid progress toward thc suspended from thc gn-e an exact was completed Ht sanJ the f 6 imlbon-nlus estimate or may not turn to' be n Officers Keynci A u saxl the The Topamaros irdudmc four women stole 'she DETROIT and Ibc 1 .-tore 5hey to she fire control. According lo Department blaw was ncir S. Rd and planed Throe mrts from untkr _ as a A'.Vrt 5han twt otherwise life burned out of control at nvddav w-cut on as usual Saturdav after consuming more Tbe Syr.an coup amid than 700 of jn thc other Mxlejst dcwlop- mwmlaiTKnis reijiois thr comnroriities of Pira and press reports said FTnmorp that rukd by a Baath party wing 1o thai The rrxtci and iinme- whxrih ruled dale problem in all undergo at top was the in both Jbc ind Their furnare-liVe bla.Ms Voting at scatSered m IcndCTicy M around ihe counlrj'. The Cauxi Pre-cxJert irmislurc ool oi IK1V it lo have CTixrped hampered rcsalls by and figure unW of the stone a West Sacramento. saw inc was thorough check of tne monolith's la-n vnclimbed route I suncvor. CaJdwcll. travTlling south in thc 500 block In 3 note droppod lo their'a Portland .Ore. So Sam Houston when the party. Warren Harding off a mav-ive rescue vehicle struck a nirh. went out and Dean 27. said operation by the national park jumped a traffic 1s- rcacbcd a good sernce Fndav. land and struck a palm on the sheer praruJc' Visible as specks on the The accident -was still under wall 'massive slone face knomT as chmb. already a wall of thc early morning nxiiumcnt to endurance ihey hauled themselves deiermination. was luniinc into j up Ibe stone monolith inches a race short a from ropcs rations and thc threat of new i and sleel sikcs pounded into 'bad weather. the praniic Bui olhcr climbers on The climb beean On 23 and at Chilly pay scak as junior TV calK fair and coM awl te 3 to C tnnta ram- and c 6 p m. Aboot acres wm burred The of s vorsxw of Jhc of nd a in _ and and timber The 'n'h s mandate oC ihr winds pcDrrally ji firm slanoc againsl durinc daylicnl it bmWnp cm lanVers and miljtarj- strength The polxy Pal- i JreiioL fkruer were pKit-u up bj FrJdiy aj vrf n 5hj Arab i Egypli onJy lo GM the next day Tbe workers in 544 of in sll Salordav Jo of ScralhTn rr-v 10 nstimal x-d V- extremely 5-axJ JnhTi -Saata Asa cccxLlxtn lie nffl 31 71 thr froai 37 te MM-Vallrj frmi 1J u f7 tn thp temprraroTt- from a Inn 53 Ui a kitfi ef recoiled nwde 200 planned for Two feel Kndav and neartv feet climbers ai days Saturday morning supplv but had lo feel Kocrr V vAx-ren aiier Dcmberry of Fresno. 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