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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 Newspaper o 192 lOc Daily Sunday December 1970 Copyright I Freedom Newspapers Dial GA 14 Pages SENTENCED TO DEATH A Spanish court 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 de la Joaquin and Eduardo received double death and the three left Jose Maria Mario and Francsico Javier got single death penalties Israelis Will Resume Peace Talks JERUSALEM Pre- mier Golda Meir's decided Monday to resume Middle peace a almost four months An official communique sued after a five-hour cabinet j session said the government i mnvj right for Israel's return to talks with Egypt and Israel withdrew from the discussions in New York Sept 6 in protest against violations of the Aug 7 cease-fire agreement sored by the United States Washington Press 1 expected to to tary Ronald L 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 spokesman said was no immediate Mediator V Jarring is comment from e Scuttles Nixon Measures Commandos From Israel Hit Lebanon Cocoas Found Six Basques Sentenced To Death By United Tress International commandos blew four houses six miles inside 1 Lebanon early Monday in reprisal for Arab guerrilla attacks against Israeli frontier military men in Tel Aviv reported Both Israel and reported casualties in the raid The violence erupted along the frontier hours before Premier Golda Meir's cabinet announced Israel will return to the Middle East peace talks after a Spain Generalissimo The newspaper 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 sct for sentenced six Basque commute the death for clemency the sentences resumption of the talks with Jisis to death and ordered were indications he i grounds of Christian and The six sentenced to die were i Egypt and Jordan under the prison might do so to avert charity i convicted of the 1968 murder of mediator ranging Up to 72 years The of violence in German businessman Gunnar 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 days by Basques as a Defense lawyers 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 one of the 16 condemned with which included double The verdicts were announced it was was acquitted serenity and displayed 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 and terrorism Beihl told at military judges retired Jordanian policemen were i consider the sciences killed and three wounded when LA Cocoa is home a Wyoming is the Rio Grande Valley most of the nice people on earth a toy poodle belonging to the Alvin Reynolds turned up mining Sunday night after a visit to Cemetery near here The which includes three was frantic and after a search of the called the Valley Morning Star for help A story 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 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 completed action on a 110 per cent across-the-board According to the in Social Security Kohls were planning to a classified ad Monday when came across the story ami called his mother's home here benefits for Americans 26 miSion older Rivers Heart Plays Ala the i Sunday and Working late into the the Senate drove to pass the 58 j Social Security package but a series of last-minute put the final vote off Tuesday Approval was considered certain After a day and night ofi the Senate agreed to finally scuttle the administration's welfare re- i forms new import quotas in 1 a desperation move to the Social Security Prospects Brighter I With passage of the m prospects Better TIA Service For Valley Making 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