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Decatur Daily (Newspaper) - October 17, 1970, Decatur, Alabama2 the Decatur daily saturday morning october 17, 1970the Decatur daily imry aftan a monday or Friday and saturday Aad Sedav Monaf m a air Alabama by to Tennessee Valley printing coins. W. R. Shelton fonder editor 1912 to 1924 eater As second Clas matter february a 112 Al to Porto Ifica at Decatar. Alabama under Art of marry u 1f71 member of the associated press to associated press is Chi Svety entitled to ase Lor repair attn of All news dispatches credited to m or not otherwise credited i tins paper Aad also the latest news published hese i All 1fhu of Reph cation of special dispatches Herren Are reserved misstatement of fact la the daily is never intentional if von have grievance of this sort we Are More than invest Gate tally and if found to he Well founded redress will be prompt prominent Aad appearing glad to a daily Sanday per year pm a red Carrier m Trade zone i subscription rates Gay mail am sales tas inc traded dads a Saladay per year is i be vend Trade zone delivery by Carrier a Dally Aad Saladay per a ear Dally Aad Saladay per meath e2.is daily Aad Saladay per month by Rural motor route k to an sates taxes i or Lade guest editorial contempt for truth the Birmingham news any Hope for Progress toward a More peaceful world hinges obviously on the cooperation of the soviet Union. The russians could if they would help pressure North Vietnam toward serious negotiations. The russians could if they would help reduce tensions and promote peace efforts in the Middle East. My # t1 it f the russians could it they would in general help set a tone by word and deed conducive to improving internal relations. They could if they would. But the signs Point the other Way. Not Only has the Kremlin As Secretary of state Rogers said Friday resorted to a the strident rhetoric of the cold War in connection with the Middle East situation. The official government policy spelled out in pravda Over the week end indicated that the . Intends to go right on looking the world in the Eye and insisting that Black is White. The russians said that a cease fire in place in Vietnam Isnit logical because the a a place belongs to the vietnamese and the americans Are invaders who must withdraw before any serious discussion of a settlement can begin. A Russia ignores the fact that the a a place in question is South Vietnam and that the . Forces Are there at the invitation of the South vietnamese government to help repel the real invaders who come from North Are no american or South vietnamese troops in North Vietnam and president Nixon has made it Plain that he is willing to withdraw those in South Vietnam. North Vietnam must be prepared to do likewise. Some will say that this is a misleading argument because Vietnam is really one country and the War is really a civil War in which we have no business involving ourselves. We reject that View. But even those who accept it must find it difficult to rationalize russians other Brazen prevarication. In the same pravda article Russia denied that it helped Egypt violate the Mideast cease fire or that russians Are Manning egyptian missile Sites despite intelligence verification of both. It denies that it is building a nuclear submarine base in Cuba despite Concrete evidence that it is. How can Hope for peace built on Trust and civilized behaviour Rise very High when one of the two most powerful nations in the world shows such contempt for truth sign of the times this float oses the title of a popular motion picture As its theme during fridays Austin High school Homecoming Parade. Daily photo by Gary Wilhite Happy birthday judge Morgan county probate judge t. C. Almon celebrated his 78th birthday Friday. Courthouse employees and close friends surprised him with n birthday cake at his office. On hand for the occasion was mrs. Knox Mcrae a Friend who celebrated her <2ad birthday Friday. Almon will be probate judge 32 years in november. Daily photo by Lonnie Mcdaniel River weather Decatur and Vicinity fair and continued Cool today hour la a a a temperature today through sunday. Winds a a it �2 in it a 1� northeasterly 8 to 18 Miles per tool but of 36 to 41 woman Driver acquitted a Southwest Decatur woman was acquitted Friday in Morgan county circuit civil court in a $12,000 damages suit. Mrs. Sandra Elayan 1264 8th ave. So had been sued As a result of an Accident last year in which Felton Hutto. 18, Hillsboro suffered a broken leg. The Hutto car collided with the Elayan vehicle at the intersection of u. S. 31 and 8th st. Be. Both Drivers claimed they had Green lights. A separate suit was settled out of court. Mrs. Geneva Ellis will receive an undisclosed amount from mrs. Lorene Bailey after she claimed the Bailey car forced hers off u. S. 31 South. She had sought a $20,000 judgement. Obituaries mrs. Cora Sanders Hartselle a funeral services for mrs. Cora Sanders 68, Railroad st., who died Friday at a local Hospital will be announced by Peck funeral Home. Broken legs air Force Academy Colo. Apr three graduating cadets were in leg casts at this years commencement at the , air Force Academy. James Mccandless 21, of Elpaso Texas and Richard Downing 22, of Fontana calif., broke legs playing soccer. Allan Bloor 21, of Leetonia Ohio got his break playing Rugby football blown continued from Page 1 two women were involved in a one car crash near Priceville on the same Highway <4y minutes before when the vehicle slammed into a ditch at the it interstate 65 interchange under construction. The Driver of the car Thelma b. Fairbanks was listed in serious condition at Decatur general As was Bettyjo Hardiman both listed addresses of Decatur 2. V scouts prep for Showa do Athens th4 Tennessee Valley boy scout councils annual Showa do is scheduled today on the David Johnson a farm near Here. Showa do is an outdoor training event for adult leaders and other Volunteer adult Scouters. Daring the 11-Hoar program beginning at 9 a.m., adults will receive instruction and practice in 20 Basic boy scouting skills. They also will become familiar with a variety of the Best program techniques in the Council. Included in the Days program will be a cooking demonstration. At 8 ., the Days program will close with an inspiration campfire. Sex cabbie sentenced in hit run vigilante continued from Page 1 precautions a Mitchell said. Asked if he Felt terrorist groups actually would resort to kidnapping Mitchell said a this cannot be clearly evaluated but you can believe that people who would go around bombing University buildings and commercial buildings and committing murder in the process. I think we might anticipate that they Are capable of attempting to carry out most any Type of illegal Mitchell said a there Are organizations in this country dedicated to destruction of Pur society and our governmental institutions. If that is a definition of a revolution then a revolution is in Parade of Homes ends on sunday the Decatur Home builders associations fourth annual a Parade of Homes will end sunday said Parade chairman Robert l. Compton. Compton said several thousand persons have viewed the nine Homes on display. An estimated 4,500 persons registered sunday Parade officials said. A $500 Cash prize will be Given away monday Compton said. Persons who visit the Homes during the week Are Given a Chance to Register for the Money. The Homes will be open today from 3 until 6 And Sanday from 1 until 6 Home builders participating in the Parade include Robert l. Compton Theo Compton James Cooper r. E. Basden Billy Don Looney Lee Price Sims co., Terry and Terry and Benny Walker. Homes on display include 1206 Noble st. So built by Robert l. Compton. A 1902 Rhodes st. So built by Theo Compton. A Bumin tree Mountain built by Athens a Philmon Meredith a former cab Driver was sentenced Friday to six months at hard labor on conviction for hit and run involving a motorcyclist. A car driven by Meredith struck cyclist Philip Dean Athens last week at the intersection of Browns ferry re. And u. S. 72, police said. The Driver left the scene after hitting Deans motorcycle authorities said but the car was identified by License plates acting judge Jimmy e Alexander passed sentence after a the defendant said he preferred serving time. Permafrost meaning a perennially Frozen ground a covers some 24 per cent of the worlds land area or about 12.5 million Square Miles transporting charged to 3 Hartselle men three Hartselle men were arrested and charged with transporting by authorities Friday Morgan county sheriff David Sandlin said. Arrested were Horace Edgar Roden 55, Hartselle 1 Mack Orr 49, Hartselle 2 his 23-year-old son Clarence Orr also of Hartselle 2. Roden was arrested after officers said they saw him accept 10 Gallons of illegal whiskey from the younger Orr. A High Speed Chase ensued and rodents truck was stopped As it rammed a car driven by one of the arresting officers Barney Presnell of Alabama beverage control. The whiskey was being poured out of the vehicle during the Chase Sandlin said. Another 40 Gallons of Wildcat whiskey was found at the scene the sheriff said. Two vehicles and the whiskey were confiscated. Roden was also charged with reckless driving no Drivers License and leaving the scene of an Accident Sandlin said. All three men were released on $1,500 Bond Friday. Sandlin Deputy Wilbur Abercrombie Herb Tyomkin of the Alabama tax unit agent Baker with the Atu and Barney Presnell with the Abc took part in the arrests. Of James Cooper. A 1301 19th ave. So built by Billy Don Looney. A 1313 Arbor ave. So built by Miracle builders. A 1218 Eleanor or. So built by Lee Price. A 315 Hillside a draw built by Sims co. _ a 1309 Arbor or. So built by Terry and Terry. A 1309 Fletcher ave. So built by Bennie Walker. Ready for buyer this Type of Kitchen can be seen at Many of the nit Parade of Bomea on display through Saladay by the Decatur Home continued from Page 1 l. Sullivan the showmen Barbershop quartet entertained with such Gay 90�?Ts favourites As a smile darn a smile and a powder your face with Sunshine. High stepping can can girls took the floor a bicycle built for two foiled in and another Barbershop group appeared to perform a has anybody seen my Gal a a goodbye my lady love a and a Muskrat the hit of the show was mrs. Louise Orris a Darlings of Harmony a whose rendition of a when you were a Tulip and i was a red red Rose Drew loud and Long applause. Margaret Bacon capped the entertainment with a Medley of songs from fair lady and a the impossible or. George Hansberry displaying Handlebar moustache red Vest and Derby thanked Campaign workers for their efforts in raising funds. As he called for reports by committee chairmen or. Hansberry was interrupted by Decatur mayor Charles Guntharp who presented him with a proclamation citing his a exceptional organizational ability and his leadership in the of Campaign. A we in Decatur All Back you in this Campaign and in a confident you 11 reach your goal a said Guntharp. As Guntharp turned to leave he was a a apprehended by police chief pack self. A do you have a permit from the mayor for making solicitations a self asked. A no a Guntharp replied a but do these people Here have a permit to serve Beer a a no a answered self a but its easier to arrest one than to arrest 100.�?� he clamped a set of Handcuffs on Guntharp and a led him Hansberry then called for reports from of division chairmen. Dick Watkins chairman of the professional division reported that his group has raised $3,339 of its $14,000 goal. John Caddell a leadership gifts division has raised $13,075 with no set goal. Business division i headed by Bill Collins has raised $2,200 of a goal of $27,000 and Marvin Dinsmore a missile and space division has achieved 80 per cent of its $20,000 goal with $16,000. Gene Whitley chairman of the Hartselle business District division reported $80 of a $4,000 goal. The business division ii led by Bob Tweedy reported $4,150 toward its $16,000 goal. George f. Nancarrow chairman of the Public employees division said his group has raised $3,317 of its projected $20,500 goal and Pete Henderson heading the major industries division reported his group had collected $78,438 of its goal of $210,000. Successful report chairmen were awarded with kisses from the a do it less fortunate chairmen were squirted with water pistols. Hansberry reported the total funds collected by United fund to Date stands at $107,000 or 34 percent of the $311,000 goal. Two More report meetings Are planned. Hansberry said. The next meeting with a a roaring 20�?Ts�?� party theme will be noon oct. 30 at the Decatur inn. On nov. 13, the final report meeting with an a Page of aquarius Quot theme will take place at the Decatur boys club. Ira Lay Morgan county United fund director said a your first report meeting was a huge Success. Everything a going continued from Page 1 promised Egypt it would refrain Fror providing Israel with addition warplanes As Long As the . Peace initiative was under Way. Rogers builders association. A Gary White f y photo by continued from Page l not Likely to get started anytime soon. Adding to pessimism about Prospect for Mideast Progress in the near Tutu was a Tough speech to the Gene Assembly by Egypt a foreign mini ate Mahmoud Riad. A a

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