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Acton Free Press

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Anniston Star (Newspaper) - May 21, 1972, Anniston, Alabama The weather local forecast fair to partly Cloudy through monday. Continued warm Days and Cool at night. Winds northerly seven to 14 Mph diminishing at night. Low tonight Low 50s. High today and monday Low 80s. Local statistics highest temperature this Date 95 in 1962. Lowest temperature this Date. 40 in 1954. For 24 hours ending at 6 30 . Today highest temperature 78 degrees lowest temperature 52 degrees. Rainfall Trace inches total rainfall this year 29.13 inches. Sunset today 7 42 . Sunrise tomorrow. 5 39 a in barometer rising. Extended forecast Alabama fair to partly Cloudy through sunday with a slight Chance of a thundershowers in Eastern portions this evening mostly fair tonight. Warm Days and Cool nights highs today near 80 North to mid 80s South. Lows tonight in the 50s except Low 60s extreme South highs sunday in the 80s. Monday through wednesday fair night and partly Cloudy Days monday through wednesday. Widely scattered showers wednesday mainly North highs 80s lows around the state Nixon visiting Austria area obituaries for rest before Summit Huntsville 80 52 of muscle Shoals 84 55 of Gadsden 78 54 23 Anniston 78 52 of Birmingham 78 52 of Tuscaloosa 82 55 .15 Selma 82 56 of Montgomery 82 56 of Dothan 84 58 of Mobile 87 60 of prescriptions reliable and reasonable Gibson s discount pharmacy 833 Quintard continued from Page in China. Austrian Chancellor Bruno Kreisky is Host to president and mrs. Nixon during their stay in this rail Industrial and tourist Center overlooked by a medieval fortress. Kreisky s son. Or. Peter Kreisky 28. Was among austrians who planned anti Nixon demonstrations to coincide with the presidents visit. The Chancellor commented before Nixon s arrival a we disagree but i think my son is old enough to have his own the president and mrs. Nixon and their official party were welcomed by Kreisky and other austrian officials As a local band played martial music. Before entering his car. The president paused with the Chancellor to face a Bank of photographers and then to wave at a crowd of several Hundred standing nearby. The Nixon drove to the 18th-Century Lessheim Palace where they Are staying. Security in the City was tight with an estimated 1.500 police on duty because of the leftist demonstrations aimed at the . Role in Vietnam. As he left Washington. Nixon said he hoped for a very important substantive talks in Moscow to Lay the foundation for a new relationship so americans and russians can a live together in peace in the world their great avoid those situations that Lead to conflicts anyplace in the . Officials have indicated that a first step agreement limiting . And soviet nuclear weapons will be announced during Nixon a Moscow visit. They also looked to an agreement on Trade and space cooperation. During the 4.350 mile flight from Washington Nixon stayed in his Cabin aboard the presidential Jet. Conferring with advisers and Reading from 14 briefing books containing material on his soviet visit As Well As his stops in Austria. Iran and Poland. The Only official business on the president s austrian schedule was a 30-minute talk and a sunday luncheon with Chancellor Kreisky at the Kobe nil hotel Halfway up a Mountain overlooking this City where Mozart was born and which has become famous for its music festivals. At the Airport before Nixon arrived dub wielding police dispersed demonstrators carrying red flags on the Tarmac. Injuries were reported on both sides. The clash was the second before Nixon s arrival. Demonstrators also clashed with police on the Road to the Airport. Police beat them Back but the demonstrators numbering several Hundred managed to evade roadblocks and suddenly appeared at the Edge of the Tarmac about 300 feet from the main Airport building chanting Ani Nixon slogans. Leftist leaders announced earlier that demonstrators would defy a police ban and seek direct Contact with the american chief executive. Hermann Dworczak. 23. A philosophy and sociology student at the University of Vienna said the demonstrators would a find ways to get to the Airport although Security authorities want the demonstrators to break up the March about Halfway there. Dworczak said he was spokesman for an a fall austrian committee for Solidarity for he said he expected perhaps 2.000 demonstrators to take part in the March including delegations from the United states. West Germany. Switzerland France and Italy. The demonstrators want Nixon to be confronted with anti Vietnam demonstrations a wherever he he added. One of the americans in the demonstration was Stephanie Coontz. 27. Who said she was the coordinator of the National peace action coalition of new York City. The younger Kreisky and other youths distributed leaflets in front of the Salzburg press Center saturday morning after he was denied permission to stage a news conference there. A the War criminal Nixon is stopping Over in Salzburg during his trip to Moscow. All democratic and socialist forces must show today that . Imperialism is the principal enemy of All the pamphlets said. Dworczak said Chancellor Kreisky was regarded As a a main representative of the pro imperialist Kreisky is chairman of the austrian socialist party. Kreisky commented recently a i for one. Am not prepared to hold Only one Side the United states responsible for the Vietnam War. I am also not prepared to forget the contribution of the american nation for Austria a John c. Fullerton Piedmont John Clarence Fullerton. 64. Of Borden Springs died saturday morning after a Long illness at Floyd county Hospital in Home a funeral services will be monday at 2 . At Borden Springs Church of Christ. J. C. Putnam and j. I Mcpherson will conduct the service. Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery with Mickelsen Brown service mortuary in charge. Or Fullerton is survived by his wife mrs Annie Fullerton of Borden Springs two Sisters. Mrs. Ada Holland and miss Francis Fullerton both of College Park. A. Or. Fullerton is a former resident of Atlanta and Decatur. A. He was a retired employee of Atlanta Gas company. He had lived in Borden Springs six months. The body will remain at the residence until one hour before services. James m. Hammonds James m. Hammonds. 72. Of Alexandria died saturday at stringfellow Hospital after a Short illness funeral services will be monday at 2 pm at it Zion Baptist Church with the Rev. Bobby Iven and the Rev. Lewis Denson conducting services burial will be in it. Zion cemetery with Gray Brown service mortuary in charge or. Hammonds is survived by his wife. Leola Hammonds of Alexandria a daughter. Mrs w. E. Smith of Halls Chapel four sons. Jimmie Hammonds of Birmingham Tommy Hammonds of Anniston. Brownie Hammonds of Saks and Norman Hammonds of Anniston four Sisters. Mrs n. L. Owens of Melrose. Ala mrs. Dewey bringer of Alexandria. Mrs. E. K. Thompson of Weaver and mrs h. R Grubb of Al Segun do. Calif. Two Brothers. Pink Hammonds of Alexandria and Frank Hammonds of Jacksonville to grandchildren and two great grandchildren pallbearers will be Hamp Hammonds Claude Morgan. Howard Goodwin Wallace Hammonds Dan Hammonds and Darrell pea Zed or Hammonds was a lifelong resident of Calhoun county and a retired employee of the Calhoun county Board of education and a member of it Zion Baptist Church. The body will remain at the residence until one hour before services to Anniston amp tar sunday May 21,1972accidents kill two by the associated press at least two persons lost their lives in weekend traffic accidents in Alabama state troopers said saturday. The name of the latest victim killed in a wreck in Winston county was not immediately available. Troopers said Edward Pendleton Rodgers 60. Of red level was killed Early saturday when the car he was driving ran Oft the Mott Bridge Road about la Miles North of red level no Luther details were available on that mishap. William l. Waits Piedmont William Leon Waits 30, of 605 Brock St. Piedmont died saturday morning at Piedmont Hospital after a Long illness funeral services will be monday at 2 . At first Baptist Church in Piedmont with the Rev Robert Calvert and the Rev. J. Holland Thomas conducting the service burial will be in Highland cemetery. Or Waits is survived by his parents. Or. And mrs. Leon t Waits of Piedmont a brother. Filson Waits of Piedmont pallbearers will be Hubert Steed. J b. Wade. Joe Lively de Blackwelder. De Parker and Thomas wait or Waits was a lifelong resident of Piedmont the body will remain at Mickelsen Brown service Chapel until one hour before coast to coast each graphic copy service inc. Min order 25cf of Lobule a 14 i to Corum motto Sawyer office supplies inc. 21 East 11th St 237-670s"in sympathy we the citizens of the Calhoun county voters league regret the unfortunate shooting incident of our governor George c. Wallace. We refer to our late Black Leader or. Martin Luther King quote Quot Black and White together i tried to love and serve our late president John f. 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