Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 11, 1973 · Page 9
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, August 11, 1973
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Galesbur BUENOS AIRES (DPI) Ooc*OriA Export Corp. executives and their families began fcating Argentina today after the company refused to pay a $1 million extortion demand by leftist guerrillas. the New York headquarters of the firm ordered 35 Coke executives to leave for Mon< tevided, Uruguay, or for Rio de Janeiro alter the demand was delivered on a tape recording to Coca-Cola's Argentina head' quarters in Buenos Aires. ' Sources said the guerrillas, identifying themselves as members of the leftist "People's Revolutionary Army," demanded the firm pay $1 million to specified charities. If it refused, the guerrillas threatened to attack executives of the firm. . lit Abducted More than 100 persons, Including seven foreigners, have been abducted in Argentina thiiyetr. Friday's demand was almost Identical to one received earlier this year by the Ford Motor Co. subsidiary in Argentina. Ford agreed to "contribute" $1 million to charities in exchange for a promise that its executives would not be harassed. Argentina List month, the Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. paid a record $3 million ransotri for the release of a kidnaped executive, Otis Elivaur Coca-Cola followed the lead of the Otis Elevator Corp;, which tent 13 executives and their country similar executives af J families out of the when faced with a threat. The General Motors Corp. here announced it was going to ignore a telephoned threat that It rehire employes dismissed over the past two years. The Coca-Cola is a small III t Corp. company that supplies separately owned Coca-Cola bottling companies scattered throughout the country. Iii another Incident directed against a foreign company Friday, the home of Fiat automobile company executive Pedro Quinones was machine gunned and bombed in Cordoba, Argentina 's second largest city. The executive was seriously wounded. Police found slogans and symbols of the "Peronist armed forces" near the house. Israeli Warplancs fiy tteited Press Iflfcernatioftal Israeli warplanes forced aft Arab jetliner with Si persons aboard to land in Israel Friday in an apparent scheme to kidnap four Palestinian guerrilla leaders. The Isfaeli jets swooped over Beirut's international airport under antiaircraft fire and intercepted a Lebanese govern- mentowned Middle East Air tines plane that had just taken off for Baghdad, Iraq. Through radio instructions, the Israelis ordered the Arab plane to a military airfield in Israel where it wns detained confirmed that Israeli jets this intercepted the Arab Caravelle jet, under lease to Iraqi Airlines, but Israeli offteals refused to explain their action. Lebanese Prem Solh said Lebanon protest the Israeli U.N. Security Council. would to the r i year involving Israeli anes and Arab airliners. to February, Israeli Jets shot down a Libyan airliner that had accidentally strayed over the occupied. Sinai Peninsula, killing 109 persons aboard. The Israelis said they suspected the Libyan plane was on a military mission. for two hours back to Beirut. before flying Changed Minds Guerrilla said four Reaffirms Brig. Gem Hector Fautario, wmininder* in-chief of the Argentine Air Force, apeakf during ceremonies reaffirming Argentina** territorial claims on the froaen continent ti • - ritorial Antarctica. Front row f extreme left, if tat* bcl Peron, wife of former dictator Jwn Peron. Next to her art) Paul Laatiri, Argen* tina's provisional President, and his wife. Nixon's Criticized a* t Aid Rights Gunners Down r Military Pla n e WASHINGTON change in (UPI) school aid A rules issued by «he Nixon administration 4 'would encourage continuing segregation," civil rights groups said Friday. The rules could enable school PHNOM PENH (UPI) Communist gunners downed a government military plane north of Phnom Penh Friday, killing all five crewmen. Otherwise, there was a lull in combat as rebels were believed regrouping for a new offensive after next week's U.S. bomb haift. Military sources said the single-engine light aircraft, cairying at, captain, two lieute- gpAnsir and an annavhent .specialist, was shot down as H> tried to fly into encircled Prey Kry> about 39 miles north of Phnom Penh. Sources said , tiiere were no survivors. F \ ground fighting vtm reported. Some intelligence sources said they believed the Communists suffered heavy losses after more than a inert fighting on 9II sides of the capital and intense U.S. bombing. Other intelligence sources said, however, the rebels were pulling back to regroup for a major offensive on Phnom Penh jaltter the bombing ends next Tueisicfeiy night tat-midnight, Washington time. The U.S. air campaign in Cambodia must end by then under an agreement between President Nixon and Congress. - systems to receive >d total of $10 million six a million in federal aid Situation Last Prey Kry has been surrounded bv. : insurant trooos for by mon de- tniltary sources stuaton ,, insurgent tand the scribed the there as critical. They said the plane was apparently being flown into Prey Kry to insist the encircled troops there, sewhere in Cambodia, little were wilhin insurgent forces miles of the though their racial compositon previously had disqualified them from such aid. They are Los Angeles, Chicago, Detroit, Baltimore; Richmond, Calif.; and Roches- jter, N.Y. In other action, the Justice Department filed a civil suit Friday chlarging that the Omaha, Neb;, school district operates a racially segregated system in violation of the 1964 Civil Rights Aot. The government asked the court to order Omeifra's Martin Luther King Middle School to open as an integrated school. The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, and five other rights groups shanpiy attacked tlie neiw school aid rules isssued Friday by the Department of Health, Education and Welfare. "By retreating from an earlier and stricter standard of eligibility to a less exacting one, the: change in regulations encourages continuing segregation which wouM violate the equal protection ied in the requirement 5th Amend* Weinberger ordered that the be rewritten 41 onder iriient," the U.S. Commission on waivers. Civil 'Rights said. ''This provide more realistic stand ards for faculty assignment ir large school <Usi The rewritten rules, effective Aug. 16, allow the school districts that had been ruled ineligible for the funds to seek waivers from the ineligibility decisions if they can assure that teacher desegregation will be accomplished by the beginning of the 1975 school year. Only Weinberger can grant the sources in Beirut prominent guerrilla leaders, including Dr. George Habash of the Marxist Popular front for the liberation of Palestine (PFLP), wen eehe- duled to be on the pkited plane, but changed their minds at the last minute and were not aboard. ^ Detay Canses Decision The sources said the plane was four hours late leaving Beirut and "the delay made them smell something fishy and they decided not to board the plane.*' The PFLP won notoriety three years ago by simultaneously hijacking three jets to Jordan and blowing them up. Action Unexplained Israeli military authorities Officials To Get Details of Nixon Campaign Funds SACRAMENTO, Calif. (UPI) — President Nixon's re-election organization has agreed to furnish California officials with VERY GOOD \ A. S. n 41 Ar Mid-Y.or 1973 ERIC SHAVER TOPS $1,000,000 New Butlnots Solos F \ * h ' h * 1 4 regiulaition is a long stop backward from the active role the federal government has played in civil rights compliance. It is a dangerous precedent," tlhe commission said. Rules Rewritten . When at least eight school secret funds The two other school systems invited by HEW to apply for. and federal effect April 7, 1972. details of campaign raised before a new Life, Health & Disability Plans. Group Insurance (2-34 Employees). Personal Pension Programs. ERIC SHAVER GoUiburg Keith McVicker, CLU Associates, Central linois Agency, Suite 701, Commercial National ajppa^ntly funds not respond do not want the now, said Herman disclosure law took I luslness Insurance. Bank Peoria, surance Estate Planning. "All financial activities of the Goldberg of the U. S. Office of Nixon campaign will no AT be ; (Education. They are Oklahoma j brought into the open and the City, Okla., land Princeton,!public will finally receive a full ., A . Ohio, (near Cincinnati), systems were unable to meet Weinberger is expected the previous qilailificatons, mle m <w six waiver reau to capital but only scattered resistance around ie city has . tied in the past two days. The military high command Communist troop strength around Phnom Penh has dropped from 20,000 to 10.000. previous HEW Searetiry Caspar W. h - Viet Fire before schools open next month accounting of how money was raised and spent," California Secretary of State Edmund G. Brown Jr. said Friday. lent/a/ O.T .'s BEAUTY SALON Vi lati ns wn BALCONY ' 4 343-2112 Current Viewpoint SAIGON (UPI) - Cease-fire violations in South Vietnam dropped 35 per cent in the 24 hours ended at noon today, but heavy fighting resumed along the Central Coast after a one- day respite, government military spokesmen said. ^ Lt. Col. Do Viet, spokesman for the Saigon command, counted 68 truce violations in the period, 38 fewer than in the previous reporting period and the lowest total since Aug. 2, when there were 65. He said heavy fighting along the Binh Dinh-Quang Ngai Province border on the Central Coast resumed again Friday Communists and four government soldiers died. Nine more! government troops were wounded, Viet said. On Friday a grenade was lobbed into a home guard check point In the same area, wounding four more part-time government soldiers. Early today, militia unit a government shelled and morning Open Corridor Government military spokesmen said earlier that the mmunists were attempting to cut Highway 1 and open a corridor for the Viet Cong to the South China Sea, In a 10-hour fight Friday, 27 was attacked |n the same area, Viet said. Six Communists and two militiamen were slain and 11 militia wounded in the battle, he said. 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