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   Valley Morning Star (Newspaper) - June 14, 1971, Harlingen, Texas                               BY LICHTY AND you fill out this tax return by yourself... or did you have a Junt The Neighbors VAUfY STAR HAAUNfritt TftXAl ly Gttrgt CJtrk Wt you rtty to di you'I tab eartof ourptfewhfU Obituaries MRS. VIRGINIA CLEMENTS Funeral services for Mrs. are Mt for today in the KrakBer-Ashcrart'Chapel with the'Rev. W. P.' Davenport of fldating.vBurial will be in Combes Cemetery. -.-1 ROY ROSALES LYFORD services for Roy have' been Bet for -II a.m. today in Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church with the Rev. Jataes Alexander officiating. Burial will be in Lyford Cemetery. Duddlesten Funeral Home ol Raymondville has charge ol arrangements. DONACIANO RODRIGUEZ SAN .BENITO Funeral services for Donaciano who Saturday in v Dolly Vinsarit are -set p.m. today in St. Joseph Catholic Church.. J A lifelong '.resident .of San he is survived by the three one son daughters Continues ammer West Diana and Ntevei and Jose and three Manuela Lopez 'Miss Cande all cf San Benlto. Burial bev .City Cemetery under direction of Tbomae Funeral'Directors. Partly cloudy .h.and'. hot- Southeast winds at 10 to 20 Temperature range from 74 to tt to W Mid and 72 to W Upper Valley. Relative 59 per cent. TIDES Monday-Highs p.m. Low p.m. Tuesday a.niT and a.m. and p.m. V.v- SUNSET Monday p.m. SUNRISE Tuesday a.m. Hi U Rail i Anchorage 49 Atlanta .........V.88 Billings ......ti'l78 Bismarck 82 '44 59 54 49 .11 Laird Opposes Setting Date npiiyj For WASHINGTON -De- fense Secretary Melvin R. Laird said Sunday that -if the United States should set a date for 'full .v withdrawal from Vietnam all for the r negotiations In _ m. i- By Uiited Press International Scattered but pmverfurthun- denrtorms pounded parts of the Texas Panhandle Sunday-'spin- ning.'out an occasional tornado isolated rains. the sixth night in a row heavy weather came to the Pan- handle. Earlier in the week winds of-up to 100. miles an hours accompanied by rain and tornadoes hit some parts of the far One tornado was spotted near Dalhart and another near Bor- ger as night but no dam- age was reported. There was -also some scatter- ed shower activity in the south- thunderstorms moved west along the Mexico-border. The National Weather Service issued a warning resi- dents of 35 from the Panhandle southward to Lub- bock to protect themselves against possible tornadoes and damaging hail and .wind. Jackson Charges Horse' t Nixon Family Rehashes i Of Day Before L WASHINGTON Tricia '-'Nixon Cox and her socalite husband 'on a secret President and Nixon assembled their friends and relatives Sunday to rehash Satunlay's WMte House Tbe cbief executive -.and'- the Fint E x c ut i y where 'fte on 'to -the Indian Treaty- Room. of Nixons' relatives and close friends a fraction-of who attended. the outdoor ki 'the rose .-garden to 'jbe.White. House for Sunday coffee. morrang Dy FrrttSom. L S o c t h 7JS50. paid at Htrllrv' m Advance M.71M LVMT Rto Courttln Cameron. Starr..-. l Yrl 6rA' JM Dony Soft. J31JO SVS.VQ 57.95 Onty 7 JO U. S. and Oimitrt APO and FPO Yr. 6M 2. Onhy 27.53 7.10 S-S3 .40c WctWy ittc CM-ST5 .honeymooning at- an undisclosed location. They had planned'to take a wedding trip to Europe. but Connie Mrs.- staff said was out. President not' and locatibn would.require no passports-or inoculations. j There was that iiie couple .spent their wedding night rat 'Camp. ''the secluded and guarded presiden- tial- retreat in the Maryland mountain's. -Another possible location was -Fla.-. 'where Nixph'5 'dose and nkiltimillionaire Elmer has a viHa and a yacht. There. was also the possibility they could have gone to tbe Bahamas or a Caribbean vAroong inyiled to the White House family quarters brunch were tbe Doo- tNiion..of Newport and Biwanl Nixon of about in Southwest main- ly between San Angelo and Eagle and formed in the center of tbe state I.. BOSTON Henry ian around Brownwood. Gentler -rain fell during the day and along the Red River Valley between Wichita Falls and Sber- Tornadoes' up M. charged Sunday that the Nixon adminis- in the Middle Jackson said a 15-year Soviet- to west of Tulia. There were no injuries from Saturday's storms. F- a contender for .the 1972 Democratic presidential Sunday's were made the ..remarks _- M A X in tte-Ns V -j prepared for. a state-except the Panhandle and Jewish national fund- meeting N border. Girl Places T their families. Also included were the President's Charles G. .Reboro of Key. Roben H. V _ _ New York industria- and Jack Drtmti of Rotting WASHINGTON. -Both houses of Congress vote this week on antiwar amendments with likely outcome a defeat of efforts to legislate- an end to the Vietnam War end of The Senate is Mo vote Wednesday on the UcGovern- Hatfield amendment to require disengagement of troops by Dec. 31. The House may vote the same day on an amendment to the military procurement authorization bill which would forbid use of funds in the bill for U.S. military operations in Indochina after the end year. J _ Of J A survey .completed daring the weekend by United Press f International showed tbe Me- Govern-Hatfield amendment to the draft bill would lose by'a big margin. Fifty senators were High In Soap Box f' expected to J7 supported 10 were undedded and three will withhold their votes. b The aroeodment would cut off SCC THE AMAZING ACME JUICERATOR New Appliance You to EXTRACT ESStNTlAL NUTWENT5 rfVftt IN THEIR MOST AfftALING FORM Booklet funds for U.S. combat in Vietnam after Dec. 31 except to protect withdrawing American forces. The deadline would be extended two months if North Vietnam failed to agree OB the release of U.S. of war. In the a parliamenta- ry tangle threatens what antiwar forces hoped wtmld be tbe first chance to have tbe House vole on an eod-the-war aroeodroeot An amendment by Reps. -Udw and Charies W. TWulen R. Ohio.. would provide that M parts West Texas. V I here A bladder of moist air He charged that the State was flowing over the state from Department's effortr the causing much cloudi- Egypt away from tbe -Soviet ness except west of the Pews union by'pressuring Israel is a River and along the state's east-1disnial from driving tbe Russians and Egyptians our Department's irreso- has enabled Soviets to cement'their Egypt with .Van treaty and unwittingly rto esubliih there a Trojan horse that .threatens our. vital inter- ests--in the strategic .Middle EaiLV Jackson claimed the treaty of cooperation and' was made in Moscow and on Egypt its terms similar to the 1171 treaty the Soyie Union DOW-controls the internal policies of both the subordin- ate state has r agreed 'to cooperation that includes every sphere of national education the televi- tourism and other Wyo. Ann rolled to a fifth- platoe finish Sunday in tbe Wyoming All-American Soap Box Derby leadiflg iNOdreds of other girls arnrt tbe the wait said the petite blonde wSb .was ixwed a femiTinal photo fimiiL thmk rLL MY CAR. A LITTLE SKINNIER SO IT WILL GO Ann two other Wyoming girls Tamray and. ifaytew fiftishcd farther down'' is the competi- tion. decided to allow girls to enter this year because of the desire expressed by a large number of people across tbe said Deity General Manager Hason BelL had girls apply for tbe par three but this is Ihe first year we let them enter. BeH said ftfartr 4N luve entered derty tkb year but tbe girls were tbe first to acUaDy participate since Wyonunj'i race earlier tbaa mot was waitiag for my son tt win AM i father xaM. spent six moitks working on his car and AM only spent three or four wetto. All be- icrews weren't ia funds in the J21J billion miWary hardware arthoritation bOI be iwcd after Dec li to tLS. forces in or over North and Soath Cambodia or the car Flag Raising Set In Li Fern LA FERIA A flag raWM ceremony is scheduled for I junu today at tbe La Fcrla Head Stan CUM Dudsptui Ccnler. The Lvta wBl be bi charge tbe Fhf Ml r Day activity. Ptoplt of Ttxos i I bask Mormalacm arrf charts en the and calorics in vital foods. LIMirED SUP NO 08LIGATJON COUPON' TODAY. nil in Tlus Coupon and io Box Tbe VaDey Morning HIGH SCHOOL ait ittlM to can wmt Hr Free Bmtoe V IT Gun Battle 1 w t' i Leaves Man Dead Tex. Tip- ped that he had murdered a man aod-staahed his body in a Midland police shot Michael Ray Mathis to SttDday in a ooe-bour gun battle at his'wife's Texas Raster Capt Jim Rki said be had received word that Mathis. K. had maritred year-oU Bob Johnson of Big Spriig at a Big Spring Motel stuffed tbe body in a of his car and driven to Poiioc located Malhis at hh wife's bouse and were atiempl- ing to evacuate a female and dukl traveliflg with him when Matfaii opened fire with a Ia tbe confusion the of aod her year-oM SOQ escaped. .Laird said Peace be in not in not in newspaper that cannot take unilateral by setting a withdrawal deadline. The secretary also offered a Vstack my record with that former Defense Secretary Clark M. who said last he-had'reason to believe the Communists would release all- American prisoners within 30 days of a U.S. pledge to halt Vietnam involvement by the end of this .year. He said that if Clifford any regarding willingness '-to arrange of-.the be should pass it along to the Nixon administration. In any place to do it is at the negotiating table t Boise Boston .'..V Brownsville Buffalo Casper Chicago Cleveland 82 i j Dal Ft. Worth 4 95 77 j Des Moiries 1 91 Detroit 85 El Paso Harikgea Helena Honolulu Indianapolis i p- J- Kansas' City Little Los Angeles Memphis Miami' New Orleans.'.. i NewYork 85 Oklahoma City 92 Omaha 88 Orlando v..........90 Philadelphia. Phoenix Raleigh Rapid City San 58 Seattle.......... 65 I in Laird said that while the administration had re- duced in Vietnam to Clifford during his months at the Pentagon .increased the level by men'.'' Laird did say that from a purely logistical it would 12 months to bring about a full withdrawal from Vietnam. Laird-discussed zation programV and troop withdrawals CBS-TV 's -Face the Nation interview. i For Cubans RD4CH THtOtOGIAM 55 YEARS OM.Y SKH ARE AS tXFTOENT AS HUMAN PIN OM AW tSlAND M tS TO GOOD AMD H6A1IH -SO PIU3R1M2 CLIMB SEXTON A The OF -J Fla. appeal bond of for four Cubans arrived over the but it was not paid immediately and remained in prisoners James said be had received the from the Embassy in which acts- as an intermediary between Caba and the United but had not been instructed to pay it. Fidel Castro's government had refused at tint to pay fines f levied agaiist the fcwr but Radio announced that'Cuba bond for each of the four men pending y There was speculation here that any bail money potted for tbe. roea eventually .would be used to pay their fines. Czechoslovak Consul Milt a U.S T. J. -I Trooper Mlled Pa. Jobn J. trooper charged ry manslaughter ia. the fatal shooting.of his friend aid.fellow officer in what was described asva.v1 'jocular Sunday under State Department Cuban speci- here in i i.l.i Robert .L Lomas was fatally wounded Satoffday in tbe of the estate police barracks. State Police Commisswoer Rocco Urella and Lt Alfred J. Corcoran of Troop .J headquar- ters in Lancaster said after an investigation that Lomas was shot once in the forehead in a iadicatiag horseplay. -Both officials said manslaughter was tbe charge warranted and Finnegan brought before a magistrate in Kennett wbosetbafl. a former was married and tbe fatbar ol a child. He had been on tbe force for a year. Fiaaegan tbe force years lie two troopen bad been good frifWh and botb IKwd Police retewd fsre witb rifles aid tear gas. Ooe cf tbe tey gu cottaiaen set tbe frame boose on fire and ooe of rifle hit Matbis bi tbe Riddle sakL Police msbed the boast Matins Naphlha SpHled In Mersey River England -Poike sealed off tbe port hTrpGPol for eight boon Swday more than half a mutton calfcns of highly Oam- abte napbtbat ofl apDkd inH tbe Meney The napfeUu ipOW a Unk flnn owwd Compjfflv. AB Eiw suspect intrvfcrs got The fbur Cabans-were ooe victed last week of fishing within the 12-mile'limit off the Dry Torgugas Islands. U.S District Court Judge William 0. Xehrtens sentenced them to six moeths ia Jail ami fll After tbe Kadto Havana announced cnoa wu detaining 13 Americans. for violating Cuban waters. Tbe Coast Guard mtimied to watch the waters of1 here for sttpt Ctetro said be was to the Florida Straits to est against tbe stiff fob in sentence kvied on the fisher- men. Phone Workers 143 byte vxyr tar KANSAS CITY Communications Workers of America apm its 33rd amwal convtoUoft Monday wtU UOKKJ abmtt possible strike of nearly hatf a million tefepfeone worters across the country. CWA Betrne A. at Present abort Dm Monday. It tbe vole to strike be ato may inoouJKe a strike bvt aa CWA body was ftmd hi tnnk of a car parted fe frwt of tbe bcwse. KiMe saM the case he referred to the MUaad Cmty Gnurt Jwy wbec in and opeoed tbe Police banned all shipping from Britahi's nujor art ifl road art ran traffic from a two sqpucre- mifc area sorrotnding tbe port Tbe sect f lfce bvtam gas across UK tity. a secret strike vote by mail after tbe nakrn ewortivt Ward torned dowijwage offers May 21 from Western Etoctrtc art Cbeupeake Potomac Teie- pbooe two of tbe System companies tracts witb the temteated wttfcta tbe last two WASHINGTON Nixon Labor Secretary James Hodgson to-'tetd-.tn'intetttve new effort to 'get-jobs' for unemployed veterans of Viet.Nam Ww era. new extenfiion of the Jobs Veterans program. by the President last fall wtfcfc 4 _m1 to stem the rising rate ot unemployment among young former now at 10.8 per cent for those Whereas 'the program was largely i jrocQOtiooal effort aimed at persuading Nixon ordered lad of otter eS tO to increasicg tkt to federal federal employment for veterans we continue phasing down in Some 'H-miUbc GIs are getting out .of -tfce cadi year. iTWs is an effort wtfch I to be ttoe highest priority in federal AUTO and training Nixon md in a. letter of such importance that r_rr- mCTWW retunfing Gte. HodbooMoW a btteflng thatr-he ho to to ar a cost about f r tetter stipulated that openings bv' fcfcnl aeeades ftrteral .'contrae- 41 _ a j tors nwst'-fee alteQ WKn Trie in- counseliiBg tpd ment programs by the Defense Department for GIs at tbe ttae of their mttUry aqiarationt of merit setyioe.. in veter- f or on proding spedal Ytterans who km' uflemplojtnent at tout three months. every a vtlUtde. -prograrn akoqid to lht roaxiiMm toward ta I trail upon all government -agwcies to fully upon rnoorces and authority akeady at 77 u strip HAJOWOiN 10Y KLAUttAN proposed new MI drive by the National Aiiance of i_-. EL .1 men. So fcat has concentrated on tatiog jobs f or diswhranUged minority workers.'. x-- Maine Elks To Vote On Race Restriction Maiae Leftders of the Portlaid Lodge of Elks are expected to vote Monday on a move to repeal their only11 member- ship clause. BerxM the exalted AOMT INTOtTAINMmT raler the Portlad says a meeUac will W hrid at which win vote retaia tbe restric- tive whick a Wt'rt a MM DlfiftAMTMN wavt nry ubife by tbe state Uw utf local UNDO COVEtt on this Mfttr t has of tbe reaotetion Tbe Portlaad license last coo- wtth PLY twr reMy CM ean JMT tai iwt imt. fmbbet Aypmrt fir VET- E1AN tratotag. Ow AT ttOXE n SPA1E TIME MOXEADDIKS rrrv I....... .w. AJUEBCAX Texv TMtt HIO V CLEANED STOtfD COHTfOUJO VAWT HAY KAUUtOK DAT mesU with Wcrtem and CAP set 3 pUen wftk dK together with other lodges arotod the state. Tbe permit was rttobed a stale law He FtMay TlR Wl wu for a 17 per cent tocreaje over tkree ymars pta rate. The wuta an Immediate tocreMe 0 per cort. wWe the was beU FRANCHETTE rtltu Ttchn RIALTO TIXY t TUBO Dhrision S-JM m I i- -7 f -j -V r   

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