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Carthage Press (Newspaper) - December 19, 1970, Carthage, Missouri Spotlighting. . Carthage press today s nows today Carthage to. Return postage guaranteed Everett Wash. A business is so Good at one place Here that trailers have been set up in the parking lot to provide More office space. Chicago a Harry j. Romanoff 79, retired night City editor of Chicago today who in half a Century As a newsman became a legendary figure in Chicago journalism died Friday. York a Charles Edward Smith 64, a Pioneer writer on jazz and founding member of the Institute of jazz studies died wednesday. San Francisco a several children at one store Here visited a Santa Claus who was Clad in a Bathrobe. The store is a dry cleaners which Friday told the children Santa was having his suit cleaned for his Christmas journey. Akron Ohio a vice president Spiro t. Agnew says he and president Nixon have agreed it is a a silly to think about the 1972 election now. Garden City Kan. A Walter Weber a car was parked in front of the House when it caught fire. But As the fire department arrived the burning car started rolling away drive less. A we just followed it Down the Street and squirted water on it a said fire chief Tommy Thomas. Baltimore a a Federal court called Friday for briefs on the question of whether women hair dressers should be allowed to Cut menus hair. The court was told that present Maryland Law reserves to Barbers alone the cutting and shampooing of menus hair. This Law has been challenged by Beauty shop owners who want to service the locks of males. Washington a president and mrs. Nixon gave the highlight social event of the Christmas season at the White House a warm program featuring British actor and television Star David Frost. Washington a the White House conference on children in setting its no. I goal has asked president Nixon to a reorder National priorities to a provide opportunities for every child to learn grow and live Saigon a the Viet Cong marked the 24th anniversary of the Start of the Indochina War today with two attacks on . Troops and the first rocket attack in Saigon in a month and a half. It. Lee a. A the great grandson of Confederate Gen. Jeb Stuart army maj j. E. B. Stuart jr., Manhasset ., was top Honor graduate in his class at the army logistics management Center Here. Annapolis my. A Rebecca Dennis Shaw an employee at the . Naval Academy has Given the schools museum a Musket belonging to her Grandfather who began working at the Academy when it was founded in 1845. The 1850 Eagle Springfield Musket was acquired by Dennis during the civil War. Tacoma Wash. A Tacoma general Hospital is sending Christmas presents each contained in a Bright red flannel stocking to a number of Homes Here. Throughout the week before Christmas All Newborn babies Are being sent Home inside the stockings which makes a warm wrap for the infant and gives the Hospital a different Way of saying a merry Christmas to the parents. Binghamton A Phil Benjamin has another name to add to his Christmas card list Richard m. Nixon. Benjamin 22, a student at Harpur College Here received an official White House Christmas card in the mail Friday. Mundelein 111. A roman Catholic prelates meeting on the condition of Catholic schoots in the United states have recommended that the Church undertake a a vigorous campaigns to obtain Aid from Public and private sources to support schools a now in a severe financial St. Louis a George f. Koelling Franklin county recorder of deeds died Friday of injuries suffered dec. 2 in a Franklin county traffic Accident. St. Louis a a Bill designating Jan. 15, birthday of the late or. Martin Luther King jr., a Public Holiday was approved by the Board of aldermen Friday. Kansas City a a 19-year-old inmate of the Jackson county jail was stabbed to death during a disturbance in a Cellblock Early today. The sheriffs office identified the victim As Steven Lenard a state prisoner who had applied for parole on a robbery sentence. Washington a prime minister Edward Heath of England says he Hopes he a restored close .-British relations he said had slipped a bit under the labor government he succeeded. Rome a archaeologists say Rome has sunk a foot in the last 15 years and is still dropping at the rate of about three fourths of an Inch a year. Hamilton to. A a Ben Franklin department store on Hamiltons main Street was destroyed by a fire discovered Friday night. The Highway patrol said loss estimates ranged from $50,000 to $75,000. Jolly pair a Santa Claus and Rudolph seem to share a shadowy secret As they meet on the decorated Wall of a Carthage Home. However it is Well known that on Christmas they will share their on income tax increase. Joyful knowledge and All else they possess with others throughout the land. List submitted by kidnappers by Francisco Silva associated press writer Rio de Janeiro a the kidnappers of Swiss ambassador Giovanni Bucher have submitted a list of 70 prisoners they want released As Ransom and brazils president met with his Cabinet today to consider its authenticity. The list was delivered to a news Agency after an Anonymous Telephone tip Friday and was then turned Over to the government of president Emilio Garrastazu Medici. Along with the list was a note that said Bucher kidnapped dec. 7, would be freed unharmed after the prisoners arrived either in Cuba or Algeria. Authorities said privately that they were holding talks with the algerian and chilean embassies to arrange political Asylum for the prisoners and to Fly them out of Brazil. Brazil does not have diplomatic relations with Cuba but Chile does. The list of prisoners included Nancy Manga Beira Unger a brazilian american accused of plotting the Kidnap of a . Consul Jean Marc von Der Weid a Swiss brazilian Jorge Medeiros do Vale a banker turned terrorist and Rholine Sonde Cavalcanti Silva the first brazilian in recent years sentenced to life imprisonment for terrorism. The Lack of such a list had been an obstacle in negotiations for the diplomats release. The kidnappers had previously refused to provide one unless the government stated publicly that it was willing to make the Exchange. The note made no mention of other previous demands by the terrorists which had included publication of a revolutionary manifesto and free passage on Rio suburban trains during negotiations. On pollution. House May sound final death Knell n Ixon handed Bill Jefferson City a a technical session of the Missouri House today probably will sound the final death Knell for gov. Warren e. Hearnest key Revenue measure an increase in the state income tax. Its demise apparently was a second Victory for sen. Earl r. Blackwell d Hillsboro who first forced a referendum election on a similar Bill last april 7, resulting in its resounding defeat. This time Blackwell resorted to a filibuster that lasted nearly 20 hours and left him weary but elated. Senate tradition just stood in the Way of even the most strenuous Effort to Block further delay on a vote. At the end he waved a Batch of telegrams and said they came from All parts of the state and every one was either in Praise or congratulation. Said one Democrat who is no admirer of Blackwell a a he a just talked himself into the executive Blackwell has hinted he was considering running for the governorship in 1972 As an Independent an announcement that has not endeared him to some of the democrats in his Home county of Jefferson who have backed him in past political Nettles. Hearnes said unless enough senators can be convinced of the seriousness of the situation the Blackwell filibuster threat will be in control and the income tax measure will never pass. Without More income than the increased tax on Beer wine and liquor could produce he told a news conference All state agencies will receive immediate reductions in allotments. Revenues have trailed behind anticipated Levels he said and new Revenue is absolutely essential. Hearnes said the emergency appropriation should have at least the $11.1 million he recommended not the $3.9 million the Senate approved Friday afternoon. Aside from technical sessions to keep the fourth extraordinary session of the 75th general Assembly alive the legislators done to plan to come Back to work until dec. 28. Then sweep together the scraps of the governors Revenue package and try to give him a battered Post Christmas present. It could include an increased tax on Beer wine and liquor and perhaps an increased corporate franchise tax. They should produce enough but not much More than enough to finance the emergency appropriation Bill the Senate passed before quitting Friday. Primarily it would fully finance the medicaid program equip a newly completed but unused building at the state school for the deaf at Fulton and finance the expansion of the food surplus program to new Madrid Howell Buchanan and Greene counties. Meanwhile the fiscal problems that this special session did no to resolve will have to be faced by the 1971 general Assembly and it begins at noon Jan. 6. With Egypt Jordan. Israel to return to indirect peace talks Cairo apr the sem official Cairo newspaper Al ashram quoted diplomatic sources today As saying Israel will return to indirect peace talks with Egypt and Jordan in Early january but Only As a political Man Euver. Gunnar v. Jarring the Middle East specialist who conducted peace talks at the United nations until Israel walked out reports Jan. 5 to the Security Council on the Progress of the discussions. Israelis return to the talks on Jan. 3 or Jan. 4, Al ashram said will be based not on a a desire to implement the . Resolutions but Only to influence that the newspaper reported that its sources in the egyptian foreign ministry obtained their information from Washington and new York. The paper added that egyptian diplomats believe the United states while giving lip serv ice disapproval to israelis continued absence from the talks and its occupation of Arab territory a is not taking any positive measures in this the egyptian government sent Hussein Elshafei a vice president to Yugoslavia today As part of a world circling diplomatic drive to explain Egypt a position regarding Israel. Shafei is party sailed from Belgrade to the brioni islands in the Adriatic sea where president Tito of Yugoslavia is vacationing. Another egyptian vice president Ali Sabry Heads a delegation to Moscow on a similar Mission sunday. King Hussein of Jordan is nearing the end of his Western trip. He flew to London from Stuttgart Germany today ending three Days As the guest of the Bonn government. Hussein will spend the Christmas period in Britain with his wife Princess mum. By Mike Shanahan associated press writer Washington a president Nixon has been handed a stringent ant pollution Bill its chief congressional sponsor says promises a clean air to breathe in the 1970s�?� and critics claim could shut Down the Auto Industry. The Compromise measure which passed both houses of Congress by a voice vote Friday sets Jan. I 1975, As the target Date for dramatically reducing the level of harmful emissions from new car exhausts. Auto Industry executives say they can to meet the deadline. A House Senate conference committee included a Compromise provision allowing a one year Extension of the deadline if the Industry proves ifs trying to find the technology to make pollution free cars. There was no immediate indication if Nixon would sign the measure which also authorizes $1 billion to fight pollution Over the next three years and provides new Federal muscle against a variety of private and Public polluters. But before the Bill left the Senate there was discussion of a letter from Secretary of health Elliot l. Richardson which asked the conferees to Grant More time for the industries to improve their ant pollution technology. The Secretary will be responsible for deciding if the 1975 Springfield speaker. Deadline will be extended. Sen. Thomas f. Eagleton d-mo., said the letter represented an Effort a to undercut the Strong Senate Bill and displayed a the administrations obvious sympathy with the Auto the weather forecast a partial Clearing and colder this afternoon. High in the 50s. Low in the 20s. Increasing cloudiness and continued cold sunday with a Chance of Light rain or possibly Snow by dark. Sunday in lower 40s. Sunday december 20 Sunrise. 7 34 Sunset. 4 20 last Quarter. 3 0� monday december 21 Sunrise. 7 35 Sunset. 4 21 Moonrise. 12 28 1 pin 64 i Ain 34 2 pm 64 2 33 3 pin 64 3 Ain 33 4 63 4 31 5 62 5 an 30 6 61 6 an 29 7 pin 60 7 an 29 8 60 8 an 29 9 pm 45 9 an 29 10 pan 42 to 31 11 pin 41 Midnight. 36 maximum 64. Minimum 29. Temperatures one year ago today maximum 49 and minimum 29 two years ago 50 and 31. Onset. Senate turns to negotiations by Walter r. Mears associated press writer Washington a trying to unravel in private the legislative tangle it wove in Public the Senate has turned to negotiations in an Effort to undo a threatened epidemic of filibusters. An attempt today to halt debate on one of the issues blocking Christmas adjournment was expected to fail. That would keep alive a talk session by opponents of a $210-million appropriation for the supersonic transport planet one of at least six major issues on which filibuster or parliamentary tie up is threatened. In that situation Senate democratic Leader Mike Mansfield called a 94-minute secret session of the Senate Friday night and urged his colleagues to take an attitude of Compromise of give and take. The executive session produced no specific plan for an end to the tie up. But the opposing sides on major stalled legislation agreed to meet in Small groups in an Effort to negotiate compromises. Mansfield and Senate Republican Leader Hugh Scott were to meet today with House speaker John w. Mccormack to discuss the Senate situation and the Outlook for adjournment. A i say there is Light at the end of the Tunnel but the prospects Are brighter a Mansfield said. A if there is any Light at the end of the Tunnel it is not a Christmas Light a said Scott. He said there is not a particle of Hope Congress might adjourn before Christmas. It must by Law quit by noon Jan. 3, since the 91st Congress goes out of existence then. It was Scott who with 18 supporters proposed the Senate halt debate on the department of transportation appropriations Bill with its $210 million for the set. The Senate voted two weeks ago to strike the set funds from the Bill after the House narrowly approved a $290-million appropriation. One suggestion advanced in the closed Senate session was that no new legislation be acted upon in the balance of the session leaving Only conference reports the final versions of Bills passed by both House and Senate. Services open monday laymen a pre Christmas services will begin at 7 . Monday at the Grace episcopal Church. The speaker will be Bob Robertson Springfield. Robertson is business manager of Lester Cox medical Center Springfield. He is a member of the Calvary Temple Assembly of god Church and a member of the Springfield Camp of Gideons International. The services Leader will be Bob Mcconnell and special music will be presented by Marvin Mcbee. Mcbee will be the song Leader for All four services. Coffee and doughnuts will be served following the services. Amman Jordan stands on the rums of the ancient greek City of Philadelphia. Bob Robertson

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