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Decatur Daily (Newspaper) - October 4, 1970, Decatur, AlabamaH the Decatur daily sunday morning october 4, 1970 a a graduating class members of the graduating class of License practical nursing students completing their one year program offered by Calhonn technical school and affiliating with Decatur general Hospital Are first Row from left miss Kay Yarbrough miss Linda Moyers mrs. Carol Luckey miss obituaries grandson. Gladys Grigsby Hartselle funeral services for Gladys Grigsby 54, 423 Barkley st., Hartselle who died saturday at a local Hospital will be monday at 2 . At Hartselle first Church of god Rev. T. E. Hogue officiating with burial in Bell Springs cemetery Peck funeral Home directing. Survivors include the widow mrs. Doris Grigsby Hartselle three sons Jerry Grigsby Ontario Canada Erskine Grigsby and Phillip Grigsby both of Hartselle two daughters mrs. Patricia Ann Martin Alexandria a and mrs. Cathy Reeves Hartselle three Sisters mrs. Wilma Tinnell Springfield ky., mrs. Joe Hardin Lebanon ky., and mrs. Lewis Pyle Louisville ky., and one Hartselle fun ral services for la Vera Hargett .55, Donaldson tenn., formerly of Morgan county who died saturday in a Donaldson Hospital will be today at 2 30 . At Gandy a Cove methodist Church Rev. J. I. Self officiating with burial in Cook cemetery Peck funeral Home officiating. Births or. And mrs. Donald Horton a son wednesday at Cullman Hospital. Or. And mrs. Chester Phillips a daughter wednesday at Cullman Hospital. Or. And mrs. Roger Glover a son wednesday at Cullman Hospital. Or. And mrs. Lecil we Skinner a son wednesday Cullman Hospital. Or. And mrs. Gary Tubbs daughter wednesday at Cullman Hospital. I a Avera Argent survivors include two a others . Hargett Decatur 3 and Virgil Hargett Hartselle 2 Joyce Loosier mrs. Rosalie Johnson mrs. Virginia King instructor. Second Row from left mrs. Rita Kyle instructor mrs. Mary Pope mrs. Nora Bailey mrs. Sara Linnan mrs. Shirley Griffin and miss Carolyn Cain. Daily photo a in by Walter r. Mears associated press writer Vars. Sarah Wood Falkville funeral services for mrs. Sarah Wood 63, Falkville who died saturday in a local Hospital will be today at Union Hill Church near Eva with Rev. Dennis Reed officiating burial in the adjacent cemetery Peck funeral Home directing. At survivors include two daughters mrs. Mary Stewart Felton ga., and mrs. Jewell Buckelew Falkville 1 one son Loyd c. Wood Akron Ohio three step daughters mrs Gladys Braswell mrs. Myrtle Bell and mrs. Elsie Mae Holmes All of Barberton Ohio one Stepson Avery Wood Akron Ohio 16 grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. No living cell tissue or organism can live without phosphate. Compare you la buy Westinghouse a Westinghouse 6 push Button extra quiet built in dishwasher sanitized a assures 145" hot Wash and rinse Waters a Power Turret Wash action Westinghouse built in dishwasher a automat Wash a fewer Turret Wash action a automatic detergent dispensers a porcelain on steel tub and inner Deer special value 289 a if ski special value my 1 129 95 Cooper furn. Amp Appl. Washington a win Thumar marchers thousands Strong it paraded their Vietnam Victory banners Down Pennsylvania Avenue saturday. The Rev Carl Mcintire led the Way a Victory chant on his lips and a Bible under his . . Park police estimated he crowd at Mclyn tired a Washington Monument Victory rally at 15,000 to 20,000 people. The fundamentalist radio preacher had hoped to present South vietnamese vice president Nguyen Cao Kyas the featured performer at a Washington Monument rally but he was absent. By did Send a statement declaring his people a determined to stand firm in face of communist a wife second Choice As a stand in did no to make it either. The by message was read by Tran Khoa hoc second Secretary of the South vietnamese embassy. The Park police estimated 15,000 to 20,000 people were at the rally. District of Columbia police 1 . Had estimated the turnout at 8,000 As the March funnelled onto the Monument grounds. The crowd was Only a fraction of the 500,000 people Mcintire had estimated would rally in support of a win the War policy Vietnam and a crusade against communism everywhere a Mcintire himself claimed there were 250,000 people on hand. A my words Here today Are the words of the vietnamese people who Are determined to fulfil their aspirations for peace in Freedom and who Hope to have the continued assistance of the american people and of other Peoples in the world who cherish peace and Freedom a the by message said. Tie South vietnamese vice president said he would have come himself but for indications that his appearance might stir unrest and violence. There was in fact Little trouble at the rally Only a few minor skirmishes Between marchers in hard hats and Youthful counter demonstrators. One group of men in plastic hard hats took a North vietnamese Flag away from a Long haired youth and burned it. 115 first ave. Phone 353-3964 orderly conduct As a result of incidents at the rally. Mcintire said president Nixon a is responsible himself for the strategy that is keeping or. By from speaking to he also said Secretary of state William p. Rogers tried to Block the by visit. A a american flags fluttered in the warm october sunlight. There were Confederate flags too and a he banners of christianity and of nationalist China. A drum beat cadence for the procession to a speech making rally at the Washington Monu ment. Horns sounded hymns and marches. One rank of marchers Carr tec a curb to curb Banner a god Cullman Adolf them mrs Doris w. Barker Cullman 11 most . Bates Cullman 4 mrs Kate p. Davis Hanceville j. R. Graves Cullman Ira Hembree Vinemont 3 mrs. Jean Hill Cullman mrs Patricia Horton Cullman 8, miss Rhonda l. Jones Cullman 4 mrs. Versie o Knop Baileyton 1 mrs. Joyce c Mize Cullman 2, miss Sherly j. Owens Cullman mrs Beatrice Phillips Cullman 2 mrs. Lucy Quick Hanceville 4 John Richards Hanceville 3 mrs. Deborah Bice Hanceville 2 James e. Brown Hanceville 1 William t. Coleman Cullman mrs Sylvia Glover Baileyton 1 mrs. Martha Holmes Vinemont 2 mrs Velma Hudgins Cullman Robert King Stone it. A. Mrs. Brenda link Cullman 5 Beaman Medlock Hanceville 1 mrs. Kathy Skinner Falkville 3 most. Garry Smith Logan 1 mrs. Irenda d. Tubbs Hanceville 3 mrs. Neola Tucker Cullman 3obby Vanee Vinemont 3 mrs. Claudie a feds Cullman 6 Marion d. White Cullman 5. Dismissals Emmett Alldredge Cullman 3 mrs. Muriel Miller Cullman mrs. Aram a Wood att sva 1-baby Williams Bremen 2 George Chambers Cullman mrs. Patsy w. Farley Vinemont 3 Gloy b. Greathouse Pontiac Michigan baby Tracy l. Hilton Cullman 1 mrs. Patricia Horton Cullman 8 mrs. Linda Gail Maynor Cullman 12 mrs Iva g. Phillips Hanceville mrs. Gail Quick Hanceville 2 mrs Mary e. Smith Cullman Josh Sullins Hanceville 2. River. V or. Weather Decatur and Vicinity River Reading at Keller memorial Bridge this morning was ih.34. Reading for sea level was 552.64. High temperature saturday was k4 am . Tow at 2 . Saturday was 66. High temperature expected today Hilow tonight 46 and the High monday is expected to he k4. Forecast for today fair and cooler. Warmer on monday. Temperatures for the 24 hours preceding 8 . Saturday 10p.m. 72 10 . 76 Midnight 69 noon i 2a.m. 66 2 . 83 4 . 62 4 . 84 6a.m.62 6p.m.78 8a.m. 65 8 . 65 bless America land that i love stand beside her and guide the March self was apparently trouble free. About a dozen 02 by the associated press High Low or. Albany Cloudy 69 62 .65 Albuquerque rain 71 58 Atlanta Clear. 88 60 Bismarck Clear 63 27 Boise Clear 82 48 Boston rain .74 56 Buffalo Cloudy. 61 52 Charlotte Clear. 87 Chicago Clear. 56 Cincinnati Clear. 68 Cleveland Cloudy. 58 Der a a 73 Des Moines Clear 63 Detroit Cloudy. 55 Fairbanks Cloudy 30 fort Worth Cloudy. 88 Helena Cloudy. 81 Young War protesters were escorted to the sidewalk when they tried to crowd in at the head of the procession. But there were scuffles at the Monument grounds when group of More than 100 counter demonstrators turned up and encountered Victory marchers in hard hats. Police broke up two skirmishes each involving about a dozen people. Honolulu Cloudy. Indianapolis Clear Jacksonville Clear. Juneau Cloudy. Kansas City Clear. Los Angeles rain. Louisville Clear Memphis Clear Miami Cloudy. Milwaukee Cloudy. . P., Cloudy m 63 89 53 70 85 70 80 90 55 59 new Orleans Cloudy 89 new York rain okla. City Clear. Omaha Clear Philadelphia rain Phoenix rain. Pittsburgh Clear Poland me., Cloudy plan Dore Clear 80 76 70 84 87 64 70 81 57 50 53 48 38 43 47 21 67 33 m 49 63 44 53 68 54 60 78 46 42 62 61 55 40 61 65 53 56 47 rapid City Clear Richmond Cloudy st. Louis Clear Salt la City Clear san Diego Cloudy san fran., Clear Seattle Cloudy. Tampa Clear .02 46 .02 74 88 67 79 73 58 74 86 35 62 49 44 68 52 50 75 06 .15 buy your sewing machine new machine Price Start at. Henderson s Pfaff sewing Center Ulo Silti ava.,. 2s3-44i5 ,37 .05 .04 we the members of 9 local Union no. 637 at this time wish to express 1 our thanks to our Many friends who helped us while we were out on strike. This includes All the unions and merchants who helped us with Cash and food and the ones who stopped by to wish us Luck with the strike. We again say thanks from the Bottom of our hearts. 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