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Decatur Daily (Newspaper) - October 17, 1970, Decatur, Alabama/ Ltd a today1 % woo Trot Cool Flack a daily want and Day thins 351-4412 212-1 Sis Zionts is 1-47it All Ovatt Muto the Decatur daily my country May she Ever be right but right or wrong my country Quot commo Oom Saiphin Mcatur 12 pages today c Ltd 9,11 Church �4 sport 7a movies t to log 6 Wal her 3 a a a volume 59, number 234 established february 24,112 Decatur Alabama 35601, saturday morning october 17, 1970 my mme of the associated press new York times news service 10c daily 20c sunday Singh copy v vigilante action seen woman removed Thelma Fairbanks of Decatur 2 la lifted from her wrecked car Friday after it crashed into a ditch near Priceville on Alabama <7. Foar persons were i Jared rescuers at left passed the Hoed Dowa in imbalance attendants Avi ated. Daily and one killed la two accidents on the level the car for her exit. Aaa South end photo by let sen Tell Highway la a one Hoar Span Friday. Indianapolis a private citizens might resort to vigilante tactics to defend themselves from the violent attacks of americans Radical revolutionary groups atty. Gen. John n. Mitchell said Friday. Mitchell told a news conference he saw no possibility of this country invoking the Type of emergency Powers that Canada turned to Friday in combating the terrorist separatists in Quebec a if there be any danger it might be that the society itself might take it upon itself to defend itself against some of these attacks a Mitchell said. A that would be an area of danger that i do not see at the present time but could possibly come he said if bombing attacks continued in this country a citizens outside of government might feel they would have to resort to the vigilante tactics that have been in this country years and years ago. Lamp is is the Only possible danger i could see from the on going activities of these Yvo Mitchell Here for dedication of an Indiana Law school building was asked about official reports that terrorist groups in this country contemplated kidnapping of foreign diplomats congressmen or High executive officials a we Are aware of the intentions of some of these terrorist groups a to carry out dest Metiver activities in this country Mitchell replied a and among their other proposed plans there Are the involvement of the1 kidnapping of some of the diplomatic corps foreign representatives and executives in the a we have naturally taken reasonable see vigilante on Page 2 a a a f football scores a pro israeli . To Decatur 26 Cullman 20 blame Egypt contends of reports $107,000 received Austin 40 Lawrence co. 14 Courtland 38 Tanner 14 Hazlewood 27 Hatton 0 Elkmont 48 Blanche 0 Falkville 32 West Limestone 18 Athens 43 Coffee 24 Hartselle 26 Sheffield 19 Frig Lairo sales and service for 23 years. Robinson furn. On 2nd ave., downtown. 353-2370. Adv by Milton Besser associated pets writer United nations a Egypt foreign minister Mahmoud Riad charged Friday that the United states wrecked its own Middle East peace initiative by aligning itself completely with Israel against the arabs. The accusation brought a heated denial from . Ambassador Charles w. Yost who said Riad was raising new obstacles toward reaching agreement through private diplomatic negotiations. Israeli ambassador Yosef Tekoah entered the Exchange declaring that Egypt in complicity with the soviet Union was intent on crippling the .-sponsored peace plan. The outburst came during Riadi a policy statement at a Silver anniversary session of the . General Assembly. Riad who declared that the United states must Bear responsibility for a the state of War in the Middle East a had met for two hours thursday night with Secretary of state William p. Rogers. Rogers sponsored the . Move that brought a 90-Day Mideast cease fire and Short lived peace talks. A by its alignment to Israel the United states has demonstrated beyond any doubt its inability to play the role incumbent upon it to carry out its own initiative a Riad said. A this role Calls for an impartial and even handed Israel participated in the initial peace talks under . Special envoy Gunnar v. Jarring but withdrew accusing Egypt of violating the cease fire by constructing soviet supplied missile Sites in the Suez canal truce zone. Egypt denied the charge and countered that Israel was violating the standstill by building fortifications on the East Side of the canal. In a speech reflecting the policy of the new egyptian regime headed by president Anwar Sadat Riad said there can be no peace unless Israel withdraws from All occupied Arab territory a and recognizes the rights of the palestinian he claimed the United states had see pro on Page 2 Rogers faces Russ in hard line test United nations . A Secretary of state William p. Rogers faced soviet foreign minister Andrei a. Gromyko Friday on the Mideast Vietnam and other issues in a test of whether the Kremlin is veering toward a harder line. Rogers served notice in Advance of a dinner meeting that he could show Gromyko positive proof of russian egyptian missile buildups violating the Mideast truce. But Moscow has already strongly denied violating the cease fire Deal and aides indicated Rogers Felt it useless to push Gromyko too hard on the Issue. What Rogers wants now is some a a rectification of the violations a deliberately vague word enough to get the arabs and israelis into peace Settle ment talks. Bybee Windham daily staff writer amid ragtime music and the a do it Girts a Morgan county United fund volunteers were told Friday they were about a third of the Way toward their projected goal of $311,000. Males sported mustaches and sideburns painted pm by the a do it girls before they entered the report meeting at Decatur inn. With keyboard Man George Nixon and a six piece band of Austin High students playing a Good old Days music the meeting began on a Mellow note with of a Home brew iced Tea served in Beer glasses and a free lunch Saloon style cold cuts lining the luncheon tables. Following a Buck and Wing display of tap dancing by Herman Hennessy and a guest appearance of Fred Osborn As John a Tell me what you be missed a and ill Tell you if it s what 1 sold with a daily want add Doc says a you want to remember oar service men United fund Money supports Uso in 27 countries and 200 u. S. Rogers said after meeting with . Leaders earlier in the Day that his talks went a very but . Officials indicated he was encountering heavy going. They said among other things that a none of the parties to the .-sponsored 90-Day Mideast cease fire slated to expire nov. 5, has yet agreed to an Extension beyond the deadline. The officials held out the possibility that the arabs and israelis without formal agreement might not resume the shooting after the deadline passes. A the proposed Arab israeli peace talks under . Mediator Gunnar jarring Are see Rogers on Page 2 see of on Page 2 blown tire attributed to fatality device exploded a ticking device la a shoe hex found in a Dlf Latown department store la Pittsburgh Friday is exploded la a special Container la an open Field. Top left police Aad army Orda Aace expert prepare it. Top right u blows. Bottom left authorities pull Tut the pieces sad Bottom right a police Man aspects the remains. A a Somerville 3 woman has become the third area person to die in a week As a result of injuries sustained in a traffic mishap caused by a Blowout. Funeral services will be announced today for mrs. Barbara st. John 32, who was killed in a Headon collision East of the Decatur City limits Friday. In another Accident shortly after the fatality two other women were Hurt in Priceville. Mrs. St. John Mother of two was killed when a tire on her car blew and the vehicle veered into the path of Oue driven by Owen g. Lambert on Alabama 17, two Miles East of u. S. 31 Hartselle witnesses said. Lambert 62, was listed in critical condition Friday night at Hunts vice Hospital. Also injured was a passenger in his car Charles g. Lambert 32, Tanner Heights. A spokesman at Decatur general Hospital said he was in satisfactory condition. Mrs. St. John was dead on arrival at Decatur general Hospital. Mrs. St. John was the third person la a week to die in a collision Attr hated to a blown tire. Last Friday two children died near the Tennessee River Bridge when a blow out led to a three car Pudup. See blown on Page 2 sing for Charity Archie Wilson decked out us tiny times a miss Vickie a Beers Down on s song Saccom jinxed by Harold a a tiny purim daring fridays United Fuad party. Fad drive chairman or. G. A has be listens at rear. Daelyn photo by i Bates

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