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Valley Morning Star (Newspaper) - January 8, 1971, Harlingen, Texas man who Is happily married Is a successful even If he has failed In everything Lyon educator VALLEY MORNING STAR Your Freedom Newspaper 192 TOc Daily Sunday January 1971 Freedom Dial GA 20 House Slashed In Half By Propane Blasts MINERAL Texas Breton said there was big butane tanks the big transport truck sitting and a transport truck blew up early Thursday in a series of blasts that caused injured one man and made e fireball that was visible 80 miles away Firemen cleared lies out of the area around the Southwestern Gas Pipeline Co A tank fell on one cutting big tanks all er was thousands of gallons of The flash and a fireball from the explosions was seen in las and in Denton which arc about SO miles away In 18 miles east of Mineral the blasts shook homes It in but a sleeping man i a plane breaking the sound and his wife escaped injury have lots of houses with doors and windows blown Fire Chief Melton Breton said Breton said he did not know what caused the which started at 2 in the southwest part of the city Night watchman Robert Cowley was injured His condition at a pital was satisfactory but Breton said Returning to Homes Residents who had to be moved out of the danger area spent the night with relatives and friends They returned to their homes at About 19.000 persons live in Mineral Wells The explosions knocked out not telephone lines in Mineral Wells They also damaged al gas lines The Weatherford gas supply was cut so After 40 firemen brought the ly that schools and laundries in under a smaller Weatherford had to be closed so was up to being questioned Burning Self Out fire continued most of the day Breton said there was butano there would be enough gas to heat homes left in underground pipes that I The natural gas lines were re- had to burn itself out paired and pressure restored big tanks went after the Israel Charges Egypt With Canal Cease-Fire Violations By United Press International Israel accused Egypt of sending four of 7 expected to me jet across I Israeli capital Friday mornin the Suez Canal in violation of and return to New york no the Middle East cease-fire An visit to the Middle East in 20 months A spokesman would give to say Jarring M PROPANE BLAST Two storage tanks of butane gas exploded at the Southwestern Gas Pipeline Co in the Mineral Wells area and damaged several homes there Firemen let the fire burn itself out The blast lit up the sky for miles around and was heard by residents in some 40 miles to the northeast City Officials Of Valley Meet Legislative Group Registration System Ruled Unconstitutional HOUSTON judge federal panel Thursday de- clared the Texas voter tion system unconstitutional ing it had demed a million dents of the state the right to vote in the presidential election The ruling by circuit judges Joe and Woodrow Seais and U.S District Judge John R Singleton answered a lawsuit filed by of ferent Texas against the state with Gov Preston Smith named as the primary defendant The federal retained jurisdiction of the case pending action in the Texas Legislature to set up new methods of SAIGON troops since Dec when size Communist force sailors were killed in anj injunction will be ly ambushed a U.S Army ambush of their small boat decision we will U.S Patrol Ambushed patrol in central South Vietnam the Mekong Delta Thursday killing five American paratroopers before fleeing It the biggest ground involving U.S troops in a By DAN HENDERSON State Jim Bates of Edinburg said Thursday the appointment and confirmation of members of the state in- surance commission is con- trolled by insurance companies and none of the members have any real knowledge of surance I retain jurisdiction of this case Two Americans were fte land one wounded in a clash ithe m opportunity to correct about SO miles northeast we have found and held to Phuoc Binh Thursday te constitutional Reinforcements were died when a U.S UHli the judges ruled to the area presumably by Huey helicopter was shot vom Article Section after the American about 50 miles southeast of Texas Constitution and patrol lost radio contact with j spokesmen said j Article of the state election headquarters The T cede found five dead GIs but field j In U.S The judges based their decision reports indicated that reported Thursday to bej Of the equal protection provision were some survivors establishment of the 14th Amendment of the to fly j u S Constitution Military spokesmen said the desperately needed fuel voter registration ighting about noon plies to Penh to provide for residents of the in- meeting in the to block l legislative delegation the governor and The senator's remarks came during a dinner meeting of Lower Valley city officials and jinn in with Mayor Sam Lozano as moderator all know it is difficult patrol of Bates sart 21 senate votes buv windstorm insurance in Brigade required to confirm insurance coastal Bates said of road and plain and involved a reconnais the authoritative Israeli military warned of a possible by the Egyptians to cross the canal this year with Soviet The accusation a nd warning came as the United announced that mediator Gunnar V Jarring would fly to Jerusalem Thursday from New later than Sunday night Ambassador Yosef Tekoah said he would accompany Jarring on the flight but also refused further comment The secrecy surrounding ring's flight plans apparently was a precaution against any possible hijacking attempt by Palestinian guerrillas who have opposed his j i Ql J Do i members of the Valley commission members appointed companies have Reports from the scene of the out of these areas and 295 miles northeast of legislature have to take were but one necessary action to military source said available i n t Iri on York for two days of talks sources in New York said Premier Golda The Middle East peace talks Minister Abba Ehan and other Israeli leaders It was his first Nixon Denies Pressure For McCormack Indictment Henry Allen of Rio i information indicate an Hondo told the legislators that insurance companies who refuse Spokesmen the size of Communist unit and the to do business in the coastal number of Communist casual areas should not be permitted to do business anywhere rn the state were resumed Tuesday after a SAN Ca 1 activities Martin has been Mayor Pete Adams of San Benito said he has never seen an insurance company stay in business that didn't make a Nixon would like to quite ed of perjury in connection four-month suspension following that his that any investigation into Lozano Did Not Vote Mayor Sam Lozano did no cast a vote in favor of pointing AbeJ Toscano to the Truce civil service as ry Organization in reported in Thursday's Jerusalem Morning Star Free Ride withdrawal in protest seeking in any way to I lion the and a grand jury inj compares have had against Egyptian violations of obtain criminal is trying in any way to pin York is continuing nde here m trie the original Speaker of the House criminal charges on into some of between 1933 and he saia fire agreement last August j John W McCormack j McCormack as the column of the few u In an Israeli j Press Secretary Ronald is totally and office But McCormack himself to pay all military spokesman said said the President false and without not been implicated pairs of Egypt's by published ziegler sait the President felt over Israeli positions on the that while honoring the said lasting debt of gratitude to occupied east bank of the Suez years and because of they want to ties were not known In terms of American the clash was the biggest ground action invoking U.S retiring Boston Democrat the President also i the speaker for his i j Canal in of public guested that I as he work and violation of the Aug 7 he he the criminal I highest admiration and respect i the past two in ol stale fire He said a complaint was filed Thursday back to pin for Speaker The here for a When Lozano recommended Toscano's and two A B Chapa and Otto Schvab voted in favor of the appointment Com- R M Elmore and two Lozano said if there was a tie he would vote yes on the appointment j the mayor's was not necessary in view of the fact that Chapa's and vote constituted a government has agreed to majority because there was release the 70 prisoners only one no vole and two by terrorists for the do not count freedom of Swiss Ambassador either Enrico naped a month ago military Brazil Agrees To Release Of Prisoners RIO DE JANEIRO were made The denial was an unusual day working vacation at the Washington columnist from the White spent who said that three of House procedure of most of the day conferring with McCormack's close friends such charges and was domestic making were invited to a White indication of the President's Adjustments in the luncheon for him were anger he will send to congress before a grand jury Net Implicated later this month and preparing investigating the veteran One of McCormack's State of the Union be no criticized thp J Turn To CITY Page Poverty Board Members Authorized To Sign Checks Too Cold To Talk About Mostly cloudy and cold with occasional light rain Is the forecast for the Valley today Winds Mill be at 12 to mph Temperatures will range from a high of 56 near the i coast to a low of M in the Ray district state engineer of j burg overpasses on the at Weslaco and McAllen were sprinkled with sand early Thursday morning He said if there is a they will be on hand with more sand daring the night and this morning If there can among in- for elections which shipments to the Mareh through February The judges Diplomatic sources in Phnom decision found the early tration procedures worked Penh said American military transport planes may have to snips on voters specifically be used to transport more than a to the capital if the Communist i million voters each stranglehold on Highway 4 The judges action was also a the country's only oil direct request to the convening in the southwest cannot be i stare legislature to formulate a lifted j workable and permanent voter The also registration been turning back oil The plaintiffs pleas to the trying to reach the up court in the suit contended each River plaintiff was a qualified El Paso Breaks Record Approval of work board that the been from various jails and ready to embark for political are meeting in Hall on a suggestion by Dan chairman of the Plans munity Action Program department of funds had been accepted by i welfare County to conduct aj Judge Rapp had an- FBI Probe Of Death Slated The sources said they were i dent of different Texas counties not predicting an American i who had failed to register for airlift but it is quite 11970 elections by the Jan 1 They also said they expected j off date tighter gas ini the Cambodian capital -ini coming weeks Gen Frederick C Weyand deputy U.S commander inj South flew to Phnom j Penh Thursday to confer Premier Lon concerning the fuel crisis and EL PASO city of t h e general deterioration El whici bills itself as the Cambodia's military broke its U.S Defense record Thursday of most vin R who is to consecutive hours with bdow in Saigon may the determination as to The city recorded 91 straight the airlift is in a i hours of scheduled meeting with in January of and John S McCain U.S record was broken der in the Pacific A spokesman for the Federal tbc Diocese I study of the coming food stamp that County j Bureau of Brownsville Girl In Fair Condition BROWNSVILLE A Cortez of EL 1 Box year-old Brownsville girl was had just gotten off a school Mercy Hospital here Thursday bos of a mDe north where her condition was cf on Old Port Isabel Road listed as fair after suffering j when she was struck by a south injuries in a j bound car driven by Miss Maria mishap lAntonia Garza IS of According to the The mishap occurred cf Public Silvia 3 p.m Thursday of Mr and The accident was stiD laJe and MAYO Granted of In the audience portion of the it was by several members in bly Algeria and that copies of 1 Thursday night's disclosure shelved discussion agenda be passed out by on the of the audience before first time Buchor brought up again a i program He said be necessary to fund the 5 program Dec 7 that he in City UaU to be possible j next Thursday the Executive Director Dan let CAP handle said their office of the stamps received an also announced complaint from the parents the Rally Permit in civil has been made available t shot Mexican those of the Cameron of County 10 former Youth Adalph Texas Trial have been a permit JoM the board that a t ion day Zachry Jr of the a in in County had fnr CAP try the of hold VaUcy Slar the recent in their food slamp by of the kidnapers a of the agenda main on Uw news in the i last July He il was Jo come some time in He said the free service The price lac for by be m a d e public through wjIJ be had A asked what several board was the food He alio that a kidnapers it said Garcia and r o o r d food stamp program in Cameron onil for family County mental 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