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Valley Morning Star (Newspaper) - December 29, 1970, Harlingen, Texas six days of hard labor buy one day of happiness. But whoever does not know the six will never Have the August Rodin VALLEY MORNING STAI Your Freedorri Newspaper o 59th Year-No. 192 lOc Daily I5c Sunday December 1970 Copyright I Freedom Newspapers Dial GA 3-5511 14 Pages SENTENCED TO DEATH A Spanish court marfiol trying 16 Basque Nationalists on charges of murder ond terrorism Monday sentenced six of them to death. One woman defendant was acquited and the other defendants received prison terms ranging up to 72 years. Three left to Francisco Javier Iczo de la Joaquin Goristidi and Eduardo Uiarte received double death and the three left Jose Maria Dorronsoso Mario Onaindia Nachiondo and Francsico Javier got single death penalties. Israelis Will Resume Peace Talks JERUSALEM Pre- mier Golda Meir's decided Monday to resume the1 U.N.-supervised Middle Eastj peace a boycotl almost four months. An official communique sued after a five-hour cabinet j session said the government i coiiMU'ii'wi amdiliwts mnvj right for Israel's return to the'- talks with Egypt and Israel withdrew from the' discussions in New York on1 Sept. 6 in protest against pygyplian violations of the Aug. 7 cease-fire agreement spon- sored by the United States. Washington Press Secre- 1 expected to feiuoi to United- tary Ronald L. Xiegler said the White House was gratified at Nations headquarters in New York by the end of the week to the Israeli decision and prepare for the resumption ofj pressed each side will j his mission. Jarring. approach the talks in R spirit ambassador to the Soviet give and is in .Moscow presently. U.N. spokesman said was no immediate ji- Mediator Gtmnar V. Jarring is -official comment from e Scuttles Nixon Measures Commandos From Israel Hit Lebanon Cocoas Found Six Basques Sentenced To Death By United Tress International Israeii commandos blew four houses six miles inside' 1 Lebanon early .Monday in. reprisal for Arab guerrilla. attacks against Israeli frontier' military spokes- men in Tel Aviv reported. Both Israel and reported casualties in the raid. The violence erupted along the Israeli-Lebanese frontier hours before Premier Golda Meir's cabinet announced Israel will return to the Middle East peace talks after a Spain Generalissimo The newspaper L'Osservatore'San Sebastian he would boycott of almost four months. Spanish military court Franco alone had the power Romano said the Vatican ask the Spanish government to dat.p wns .sct for sentenced six Basque commute the death for clemency on'commute the sentences. resumption of the talks with Jisis to death and ordered Tcere were indications he i grounds of Christian and The six sentenced to die were i Egypt and Jordan under the prison terms-'for- nine1 might do so. to avert charity. i convicted of the 1968 murder of jauspices- U.X. ..mediator ranging Up to '72 years. The of violence in West- German businessman AleSttsjn Gunnar v- Vatican appealed for clemency j Basque country and honorary consul Eugen of Sen Sebastian. Underground j Gunfire echoed through the and n West German held 24 j Spain. Beihl. whom Basque separatists 'Basque newspapers described i streets of Jordan's capital city- days by Basques as a hosAagej Defense lawyers raited kidnaped Dec. 1 and freed j Manzanas as a torturer of Amman for more than an wept when he heard prisoners in jail .Monday Christmas broke into tears i had been sentenced to death. Monday night but an Arab .verdict. evening and said later the six when he heard the 19 Days of Deliberation commission official said '-Only one of the 16 condemned with which included double The verdicts were announced it was was acquitted. serenity and displayed exec-Kent sentences for three of the j 25 days after the trial began in and -O were convicted on diaries 1 when advised of condemned men. 'Burgos and 19 days after the i other Xmurder and terrorism. '-the sentences._______________' Beihl told newsmui at his'five military judges retired Jordanian policemen were i consider the sciences. killed and three wounded when LA FER1A Cocoa is home a Wyoming family- is certann the Rio Grande Valley con-tains most of the nice people on earth. a toy poodle belonging to the Alvin Reynolds turned up mining Sunday night after a visit to Restfawn Cemetery near here. The which includes three was frantic and. after a search of the called the Valley Morning Star for help. A story aixnu the lost pet appeared in the Monday morning edition. Shortly after 9 m. Monday Reynolds catted the Star to report the return of the pet. it was picked up shortly after she disap- peared by Mr. ard Mrs. Henry Kohl of 5.13 W. who also visited the cemetery. Completion Of Social Security Action Hearing 't f R 1 WASHINGTON Senate killed President Nixon's family assistance plan and trade measure Monday and tuffliy completed action on a 110 per cent across-the-board According to the in Social Security Kohls were planning to ptece a classified ad Monday when came across the story ami called his mother's home here. benefits for Americans. 26 miSion older AAendel Rivers Heart Plays -Mendel Ala. the i Sunday and Working late into the the Senate drove to pass the 58 j biliion Social Security package but a series of last-minute put the final vote off unftl Tuesday. Approval was considered certain. After a day and night ofi the Senate agreed to finally scuttle the administration's welfare re- i forms ar.d new import quotas in. 1 a 'desperation move to rescae the Social Security Bill. Prospects Brighter I With passage of the m bill prospects' Better TIA Service For Valley 7n Making and their car a .outside Amman. land The House Armed Services Commit- j'' tee. died Mor.day 17 daj-s after j _. i that the mine i oiKic-rgoing open-heart The the VK- _. v i j could resolve these W. Lloyd president Texas International toW the Hariingen airport board Sun Will Smile As Wig Blows ard operational position and in position to provide better service to the Rio Grande Valley. have been experiencing a rajr.d state of change since Lane said. haw had some rcal operational problems in that our flights were not on we were financially in danger and we were in a state of no with our i who arriral Harlirrgen eariy Monday fromj Vera assured. members of the board that no-A- has i- bright future for company obtained more capital and has made j arrangements with some of creditors to take care of out- j standing obligations on a deferred basis. Emplovcs Told He said a'J employes oT the in gusts from 14 to company wore toJd exactly wtvrt J an tfie stfuatlcr was end Bnt short-slccvpd everyone needed to do in order to bfjng TIA out of its troubles. employe vr arc now up Jo on time with all He said TIA attained er-in-law of Lane said. v.x- operational profit in June antT Javier Lare can stay above 70 per cent. set a recced for the number pnd high of of passengers earned in but th' not oruy for sentences were Javier Izco de la la Eduardo Urianc 25. noj occupation. iconfhctin The other three condemned-commando raid- But Lebanese men were Jose Maria said St was tnc' In f. soso 20-vear-old senous m scvcn operation Dec anci reliable source in university cf Al Lebanon may seek tho Security at St. -m the swampy __ reports on the ton caused by achildhood means ost with rheumatic fever one-nail nour friend whom I could rely j billion appropnnuon depart- mcludes Transport plane. Tne been steadily 11 in INachiondo. 22-year-old' BaaklCouncil to condemn Israel. j The spokesman in Tel Aviv L WJL me me spOKesman ir not oruy for 'Lhe Isradl for all U.S. airlines during the Maria mtnin ho fall and eariy winter months. a 24-year-Oid infiltrators need about a 47 per blew un two We need about a 47 per load factor to make a must Lane our load 41 per that Israeli commandos hours after from cFo.-a vwk homes mjwas reported normal n ab'C t0 TOlk Sunday night. He said 1 times of great i at South Carolina has lost one billion compromise i Hospital j distinguished men appropriacions iher and America contains language photos. Pg. Host a i milting President Nixon I his a congressional ban leaking mitral valve in Nixon of U.S. troops s replaced bv a plastic'ers held to j ibeJief that the freedom The Sooa-1 Security Jf you think you're nuvnlnq around in a this you may be. The forecast is for considerable early mor- ning fog and cloudiness. factor for passengers at VaiJcy points averages fromj 144 to 45 per cent and ax points is up to SO or 90 perj acquitted woman __ _ freedom __ exists in the modem is includes the 10 per cent across- gut jbanon blew up homes in i and tied to the military the-board increase with a S100 in prison Kubbutz Yircn farm com-Lras of the United States.'' month rrncamum. Si billion inj sen-e a sentence. imune Sunday night. He said Rep. F. Edward D-j added benefits for A defense lawyer said no casualties in operannn. his heart a 69-jxar-old one-lime i recipients and reforms in the usjbombmgs. _ .ibeatins and had to be revived I from New Or-1 Medicare and Medicaid pro- ARRESTED The threa prime suspects in the kid- nap-slaying of Quebec Lcbor Minister Pierre La- porte were arrested early AAonday m a raid on a farmhouse near St. 25 miles south of Montreal. They from Paul and Jacques Rosa and Francis Simard. Laporte Suspects Nabbed cxpoctcd i beating and had to be In the Israeli by a physician standing become Turn To 2 'His 'hean stopped again1 Turn To RIVERS. Page 2 'cent. Don iof airport told Lanei board is trjTng to look ahead and make long will smile awhile from for the airport partly cloudy 5Jcics vhcn the ja lo-Acr- arKj instnmientj fog finally lifts. landmg sysicjii and plans toj On the olhcr or with j Jc-ngthcn of the i Lane said that as far as be can tell at ifiis the board's planned facilities will adequately take care of j because the airiinc does mH j plan to buy any large jets. 1 have a threr-man board j blocking into the whole 1 Lane joid. to 5chcdu5e cftanpes iand we as a result ofl Jhc board's be 'to Kul don'l go away. Ihc sun it. vou'd boiler hold on to your body's Rot one these The wind wlU prevail from the south miles shirts and other short ihinps will be in order. Tem- peratures ranpc from 61 Bogus Bill Turns eqaipowrat we win a we need it I will Jmprcr.x1 our company may Jo frot fx- did Freight Smicc a hflOiday He a mosoria Texas Ural as ol i an air In the no aircraft he DC-S wftirih tan be comxsntd Jo Cam saM wcrfcmansfiip m ijhc poor ind lit prctwWy WVDW hfnv j ted Ihc rruirtt Rarit hill He 1Ws mto. Jwl of frc.gW lite rwdris gwcscrr. Ho 1.V Tsra To Taje 2 has WiEbur D. D- who last week said it too late to uxxic out aj compromise wiiJi the House was expected to relent agree to a Senate-House j ence before adjournment I The Degonators wtxild have compromjse the Date's 10 per cent and House's five per cent and senate's S100 a month and the 567.20 approved by House. j The breaktfmxigh came the Senate voted 43-21 to junk a j Finance Comrmtteo package j incJiKLiig trade. Social j Seomty. and catesirophic jJl-j ness insurance and work era Socai Security bill The pointed to a break in lepsiative buJ oonnninrg fitbustcr further fencing of the Super- sonic Transpon plane j and conlnrveTOfs real a' Now Year's Day session and perhaps even de- lay dcadlroe ncrt Sunday. The compnwnifr Socid foil apart minute wix-n AbntfiJirr Rfoicoft. three chief suspects in the kidnap-kiliing of Labor Mm-jster Pierre LaPorte by French Cacadjan terrcnsts were captured Monday in a an isolated thus ending the greatest marihunt in Cana- da's history. Thesr capture appeared to bring to an days after it that resulted in the government assuming s-A-eeping wartime powers and modem. Canada its severest trral. il-rrran force of police dosed ir before on the white house in tree- rimmed Christmas card setting rear ttv of St. about 25 miks and about 23 miles north of the NC-A- York SSate b-Doier. They arrested brothers JaccrJes Rnd Paul and Strrard. aT'Ojrsd mem- bers of the Qwbec Laberaton Front's which nPSponsiWjty for the Jodnap rt LaPorte ia Wkra-Jng the kidnaping of British diplomat James IL Cross on OcL 5. Jan to blS cacrx- baci from Finsocc 71A ISRAFU COMMANDOS UrooH voldir-rt reJum Mon- day from a raid inlo leborses-c fprriJcTy where- they o1- lotVcd thp Arab guerrilla bases in 5he of Yoo- Sar. Uroeli ond onvp fJicimg rcporJi of lirocl vaid Jtrror- fiTs.1'' were ViHed orvd Isrocl one dood ond five lebonon s-oid the Villpd a ch'ld ond a moo ond woundfd Two olhcr pcrvont But Ribicoff puDcd the chairman. Sen. i P bcE TXX corJliain a Item 8 1J Comks 8 Crp-cyK-urd Pnzdc 12 Wttnrltb. 4 for 14 12 Lwal Stww 2 Markets 12 OWtsark-s 2 II 11 Wemofs News I
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