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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 10, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin Iran prepares to fete 2500th by Rosette Hargrove. Newspaper Enterprise attn. Paris a Nea a a birthday party extraordinary celebrating the 2,500th anniversary of the founding of the persian Empire will be Given oct. 15 by the Shah and Queen Zahrah of Iran. They have invited 50 emperors presidents Royal princes and other 1 vips to what is being called the mod i Ern a but every bit As fabulous a edition of the historic Field of the cloth of Gold staged in 1520 by King Henry Vii for his peace talks with King Francis i of France. The festivities will last three Days. The Cost of this a the most Gigantic party of All times a is difficult to estimate. But it is said that the Shah has declared that he would devote an equivalent amount to social welfare organizations and the building of new schools. A by the time of the oct. 15 celebrations the iranian people have been rooms Uke the grand Salon below is promised 2,500 More schools and 2,500 being built to celebrate die 2,500th villages will have electricity. Anniversary of the founding of the birthday party Wil the Dorton pm nip an All French production. Exquisite persian Empire. Linens Crystal Ware porcelain and the spacious tents copied from those of the nomads were especially created in France. Only the carpets of course will be persian. The presiding Genius of this unprecedented undertaking is Pierre Del Bee director general of the firm of Jansen internationally known decorators. A Oit really meant creating a town of 5,000 in the desert a he said. A owe set to work two years ago and dreamed up this a tented City it which the Shah approved when the blueprints were submitted to him. The iranian a Ofield of the cloth of Gold will look like something out of the thousand and one nights. It is being erected at the foot of the ruins of the Temple of Darius built in 500 . Against a Majestic backdrop of mountains 50 octagonal tents As Large As a two bedroom apartment with two Marble bathrooms and a while iranian nomads above live in tents not unlike those of their ancestors Persepolis a desert tent City big enough for 5,000 people and including birthday maid to room set out in Star formation with a Large Fountain in the Center will House 50 Heads of state. There is also an Oblong dining tent seating 500 guests a circular grand reception Hall and club tent Complete with gaming table Sall air conditioned of course. Five grandstands will take care of sports events and there will also be a heliport an Auto route of 80 Miles and parking grounds. The private apartments of the Shah will be strictly persian in character while the Queen to quarters Are modern combining Glass and steel. Monster Delbee said that some 20 Miles of Silks damask and brocades and two Miles of braiding have gone into furnishing the tents. Sane of the Sand coloured tents were subjected to typhoon conditions at Lebourget Airport in Paris to insure their wind resistance. The Shah called on Maxim to in Paris to Cater to his guests. Thirty master chefs and 150 maitres do to will be on hand during the festivities. Louis laudable Maxim to director has organized six menus and two official dinners. Most of the food fruit and wines including 5,000 bottles of Champagne will be flown in daily from France. The entire area a some 160 acres a will be landscaped and planted with Trees shrubs Flowers and fountains after the three Days of festivities Are Over the facilities of this 1971 extravaganza will be taken Over by a French tourist Enterprise. Iranian officials Are hopeful that this will bring thousands of tourists to Persepolis. Already plans for a couple of Large hotels have been approved. Today a modern Sovereign rules Over the land now called Iran. And the forthcoming Celebration will be an attempt to show world leaders that Iran As prime minister Hoveyda said recently a ois the first ancient nation in the world facing the 21st Century under favourable ?� source of her eternal Light w. Newspaper week the Racine journal times newspaper week starts today. You May have noticed that this Page of your sunday bulletin has a different appearance. We have done this to Call your attention to newspaper week. Displays regarding daily newspapers have been set up by the Roumal times at three locations a the Racine motor inn Clayton House and the Holiday inn. You Are invited to View them this week. Also in conjunction with newspaper week the Roumal times will have Racine wis., oct. 10, 1971 78 ?"6 ?"30 cents Heath prepares fight for common Market Brighton England apr prime minister Edward Heath began rallying his ruling conservative party saturday for an All out Battle to Lead Britain into the european common Market. It is a Battle he expects to win with the help of Laberite opponents ready to defy party loyalties for their principles. Nothing quite like it has hit British politics this Century. The six nation common Market went into business As a sort of customs Union in 1959. Its members have thrived by pulling Down barriers to free Trade. Britain has been seeking to join since 1961 but Only last Spring Heath who began the negotiations to years ago won French president Georges Pompidou to assent to British entry. As Heath sees it entry into an enlarge common Market will restore a Leader to role to Britain by giving it a share in Europe to Prosperity. He and his ministers Are at Chequers the prime ministerial country Retreat preparing strategy for the annual convention of the conservative party beginning Here wednesday. As Harold Wilson to labovites see it British entry on the terms Heath has obtained would Only Shore up european capitalism with British workers paying most of the Cost. By a massive 5-1 margin at their annual convention the labovites demanded an Early National election to allow the people to decide. The Issue has ripped across the tidy frontiers of the parties like a Hurricane. Some moderate tories and labovites Are a ofor Europe a others Are against. Extremists of the conservative right and labor left Are moving toward an unholy Alliance in the Hope of thwarting Heath to policy. Whatever the outcome the Choice to be made by Britain to parliament oct. 28 seems to signal the Start of a turbulent new phase in the affairs of this ancient democracy. In the 630-member House of commons Heath to margin is 27. But about 15 of his followers Are determined to oppose entry. Normally this would wipe out his majority and under the British system a government defeat on such a big Issue would compel Heath to resign. But the situation is not Normal. About 40 labovites headed by Deputy party Leader Roy Jenkins intend to vote for the principle of entry. Some even say Heath to terms would have been accepted by a labor government. Wilson has hinted that Jenkins and his friends can vote just once for the principle provided they rejoin their colleagues subsequently to fight Heath and so Force a National election. Jenkins has yet to respond to the idea of such a frail Compromise designed to hold the labovites together. But left wingers have in Advance denounced it As a squalid Deal that simply won to Wash. The Unity of the labor party thus is in peril. Heath has troubles too. He and his colleagues will be using every political trick to ensure that these do not upset their winning prospects either at this week to convention or in parliament. First there is the Specter of his government to economic management which has thrust unemployment toward the million level and prices toward record peaks. Heath pledged in his 1970 electoral Campaign that his policies would reduce escalating prices a oat a stroke and would Cut Back unemployment. His government thus faces renewed charges that it is withholding expansion of the Economy to prepare the nation for the Rigours of life in the common Market. As a protest 1,000 Cly deside ship workers have rented a train to bring them to Brighton to demonstrate against the government closure of their Yards. Second there is the Specter of civil War in Ireland where a Tough internment policy and a 13,500-Man British military Force have failed to break the resistance of a United Ireland guerrilla movement. Wilson has put Heath on notice that he has until november to shift policy if he wants to preserve bipartisanship on this Issue. Map wire photo top court Man sen. Robert c. Byrd of West Virginia assistant democratic Senate Leader is being considered by the White House for nomination to the supreme court a High administration source said saturday. Byrd 53, had a absolutely no comments on this report. A conservative he often sides with the Nixon administration in Senate Battles. Stories regarding newspapers during this week and will print a daily True false quiz about us with the Hope that you our readers will better understand us. Here is today to quiz questions 1. The Only Way to get a Story in the paper is to be Able to Call someone you know who works there. True. False. 2. A reporter to beat Means that he or she is thoroughly fatigued. True. False. 3. A news item can be kept out of the paper by personally contacting the management and asking that it not be printed. True. False. Answers l false. The Best Way to get a Story in the paper is to Call or Send a written note with adequate information and your Telephone number to the news department. If you have an idea for a picture which you think would be of interest to others Call the photo editor. 2. False. A reporter to beat is the area of news he or she is assigned to cover a such As schools or police news. 3. False. News items that normally Are printed in the Roumal times Are used whether that news involves police chiefs publishers or factory workers. Favouritism in using or failing to use news items is forbidden by management and editors. in the world sex con hijacks Airliner Miami apr an sex cow it who said he was a left Wing Radical took a stewardess hostage and held a gun on her for three hours As he hijacked a partially loaded Eastern airlines Jet from Detroit to Cuba saturday. The Hijacker identified by Wayne county Mich., sheriff William Lucas As Richard Frederick Dixon 31, of Pontiac Mich., claimed he was a Kansas state University graduate and had a distaste for the american Way of life. Eastern officials said Dixon who tried to Board flight 953 to Miami and san Juan . At Detroit metro Airport was stopped for questioning after he appeared nervous. He then pulled a gun and ordered the plane to Havana. All 33 passengers five airline employees and six Crew members aboard landed safely in Miami after a seven hour flight that included a Detour to the communist Island. Ninety eight passengers had been scheduled to Board the plane but it whats . 7 j where business news. Id classified ads. A 6d editorial. Local news. A obituaries. 6d sports. In features women to news. In Ann Landers. 8b crossword. 8a entertainment. 7c Horoscope. 2b television radio. I in was hijacked before they All got on. Capt. . Buchanan said he heard of the Hijacker while he was on the ramp As passengers boarded. He turned and saw a gunman. Stewardess Annely s c h r o to 26, said for three hours the gunman sat in the passenger Section with his pistol pointed at Carol Bollinger 23, another stewardess he had sitting next to him. Miss Bollinger said the Hijacker described himself As the product of a a White Middle class establishment family but was a totally opposed to their ?� she said the hijackers to conversation was a extremely political and that he listed a number of a of extremists organizations that he belonged to. The Hijacker told the stewardesses he had served time at Leavenworth Federal Penitentiary in Kansas for Bank robbery. He also told them he was sought by the Fri in connection with the escape of another prisoner. Lucas said in Detroit that Dixon was paroled last aug. 27 after serving nearly three years of a five year Federal sentence for larceny from the Diamond Crystal Salt co. Credit Union in St. Clair Mich. Weather texan House speaker 13 others indicted for Stock fraud see Page us. Independence is changing Malta see Page a. A hippies find Tough treatment in Mexico see Page 12b. Italian boys take on English in Racine schools see Page 6c Max Lemer looks at american to future see Page 10a they made it big los Angeles a burglars literally knocked Over the Crown discount store saturday. Sheriff to deputies said burglars stole a Bulldozer drove it three blocks knocked Down a Wall and looted the store. Deputies said no one reported seeing the Bulldozer move Down the Street in the area South of Watts sometime before Dawn. Radios television sets and record players valued at about $40,000 were stolen deputies said. The burglars must have included someone who knew How to operate the big machine deputies said. Or / in quadruple wedding of there is any such title As father of the year Justin bund earned it today. In one afternoon he gave All four of his daughters away making four separate trips Down the aisle. Shown following their wedding at Saint Annex to Catholic Church in san Bernardino calif., Are from left to right Judy 24, and husband Gerald Howard Janice 23, Bride of it. Kenneth Smith Usan Joan 22, who married Darryl Sellas and Jeannette 18, who married Larry Hyder. A of wire photo our area mostly sunny and warmer with High near 60 today. Mostly fair not quite As Cool tonight. Low near 40. Monday partly sunny and a Little warmer. High in Low 60s. Westerly winds i to 14 . Today. Precipitation probabilities 5 cent today and tonight. Elsewhere in state mostly sunny not so Cool today. Highs 55 to 62. Fair South partly Cloudy North with lows 34 to 40 tonight. Monday variable cloudiness with Chance of Light showers North portion. A Little warmer extreme South. Signs in mid to upper 50s North and 58 to 64 South. The Sun Rose today at 6 58 a m. And will set at 6 is p m

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