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Racine Journal Times (Newspaper) - September 24, 1972, Racine, WisconsinSunday sept. 24, 1972 the journal times 3a just a Little too tight Arizona Highway patrol officers direct traffic around this car hauling truck which became stuck under a Railroad Bridge on the Black Canyon freeway near Phoenix. The truck was driven by William Pipkins 36, of Las vegas. A wire photo held for five Days Kidnap victim freed Houston a the Fri said a Texas City woman who had been held captive five Days while her abductors demanded $25,000 Ransom from her husband was released unharmed Here saturday. No Ransom was paid the Fri said and no suspects were in custody. Victoria Taylor 40, called her husband Richard Taylor sr., 45, shortly before noon saturday to report she was Safe. Taylor is owner of a funeral Home. An Fri spokesman said two men and a woman kidnapped mrs. Taylor after breaking into the Taylor Home last sunday night. The Trio also took jewelry weapons and $1,600 in Cash from the House after tying up Taylor police said. The abductors first demanded $100,000 Ransom the Fri said but lowered the amount when Taylor told them he could not raise that much. Taylor had gone to various places with the $25,000 on instructions from the abductors but never made direct Contact or delivery. News Media had withheld information on the kidnapping until saturday at the request of Taylor and the Fri in order to protect mrs. Taylor. An Fri agent said he was fired upon by a Man Early saturday As the agent checked out a rendezvous spot. Police and Fri agents surrounded the Yates senior High school where the shooting occurred. Agents searched the school but found no one. No one was injured in the shooting and the agents said they did not return the fire. Although no one was found in the school police arrested one Man in the area and charged him with carrying a concealed weapon. Officers said he had a pistol with three spent shells. Several hours later a Man called the Taylor Home and said mrs. Taylor had been released at a Houston intersection. Texas City police chief Rankin Dewalt said he believes the abductors released mrs. Taylor because a it just got too hot for Taylor is owner of the Mainland funeral Home in Texas City Sells insurance and owns other property including a nursing Home and an apartment building. Rodgers will seek . Action against terrorism Washington apr Secretary of state William p. Rogers Heads for the United nations today with plans to Call for International action to Clamp Down on terrorism. In his two week annual visit to the . General Assembly sessions Rogers will have Side talk with russians Andrei Gromyko and scores of other foreign ministers on items ranging from Trade to the Middle East. On monday prior to a dinner meeting with Gromyko Rogers is to deliver the main 132-nation general Assembly. With terrorism a prime Nixon administration target since the Munich massacre of israeli athletes aides said Rogers wants to Muster support for measures against such Boundary crossing terrorist acts As these a hijacking and sabotage of air planes. A kidnapping of diplomats. A killing of civilians in a country not involved in the particular dispute concerning the terrorists. A sending explosives elks Cadet band night monday sept. 25 a 7 . Racine elks Lodge 601 Lake ave. I be last Entrance by and girls Ages Iolo i i of \ on can j it i a \ a hand instrument von Max a a Iii it Lor membership Iii t ii is Ion hand. For information Call 634-4048 feeder Bend or inks youth band through International mails. A number of Arab and african countries have opposed putting terrorism on the . Agenda. They contend that such debate would be aimed at them for their support of causes ranging from regaining israeli occupied lands to ouster of portuguese colonialists. The United states says liberation movements Are a separate Issue from terrorism. But . Officials acknowledge that debate on terrorism tends to develop political overtones. Israeli foreign minister Abba Eban said after seeing Rogers Friday that a we ought to get the obstacle terrorism out of the Way before we get on to negotiations of a Mideast settlement. This is one reason . Diplomats do not expect much Progress toward a Mideast so Lution at the United nations this fall. Another is a belief that Egypt is unlikely to move toward negotiating terms acceptable to Israel before the end of this year. Aides said Rogers also will Tell the United nations that it should spend less time on oratory and More on coming to grips with practical issues such As environmental Protection measures and International agreement on sea Betis. Additionally Rogers intends to support the . Push for a lowering of its share of the regular . Budget to 25 per cent of the total. The United states now pays 31.52 per cent. Stanhope n. J. A a $250,000 Fine has been levied against a Stanhope manufacturing firm found guilty of polluting the air on 360 Days during the past year the Fine was set by Superior court judge John h. Stamler. Gators snakes stolen in Florida St. Petersburg Fla. Apr police say there a a thief in St. Petersburg who might not have much taste Busboy does he have nerve. Two weeks ago officers said someone hoisted two alligators from a City owned nature Trail near Lake Maggiore. The gators a one 2-feet-Long and the other about 3 feet a were lifted from a pen. Then last week officials discovered that five Boa constrictors and a Python All about six feet Long had been taken from the Snake cages. Tile firm . Mineral products co., makes insulation and fireproofing materials. It was found guilty of failing to Monitor Fulfur emissions failing u control doors emitted from the Plant and operating without a certificate for processing and manufacturing As required by state regulations. Although no Date was set for the Money to be paid $150,000 was to be handed Over to the state department of environmental note it lion with the remaining sum to be returned if the company obtains the needed certificate by oct. 15. Last Day at this Price women s fashion boots values to $16.95 a front zips a pull on a Granny lace a Side zips a Black Brown White red and Navy a sizes 5 to 11, narrow and medium its i 1 3321 rapids drive open today to to 5 Universal travel will help you get the most for your travel Dollar airline tickets reservations confirmed and tickets issued while you wait at official airline rates on All major air lines. Air Tours bus Tours Independent escorted group. Domestic amp foreign Tours. With All major tour companies at advertised rates. Cruises reservations and tickets for All cruises from any port in the world at published rates. Complete travel arrangements Domestic or International transportation a plus hotels car rentals american express travellers cheques. Trip master travellers insurance Etc. Universal travel service travel up Kuisis 1648 Douglas 637-8336 Indian group plan to March on . Denver a Indian groups from across the country spurred by the american Indian movement Are making plans to March on Washington during election week in november to publicize Indian grievances an aim spokesman said saturday. Vernon Bellecourt National co director of aim and head of the Denver chapter said he expected thousands of indians and their supporters to gather for what he called a a stand in at Federal buildings. Plans Are incomplete but they include caravans of indians leaving various parts of the country and arriving in Washington in time for election week Bellecourt said. He declined to name the groups that support the March saying a Public announcement would be made within about two weeks. Bellecourt a 40-year-old Chippewa said the gathering has been scheduled for election week to attract attention. A we have been forced to Island occupation ends Avalon Calif. A Twenty six members of the militant Brown berets have called off their occupation of Santa Catalina Island after authorities asked them to leave. The mexican american demonstrators who claimed Catalina and other offshore islands were legally mexican territory pitched Camp on a Hill near Here about a month ago. The occupation ended abruptly Friday when municipal court judge William b. Osborne went to the Camp and told demonstrators they were violating a City ordinance which prohibits camping in an area zoned for single family dwellings. Sheriffs deputies gave demonstrators an hour to pack up before they were loaded aboard a City truck and taken to the pier where they boarded a boat for the Southern California Mainland. David Sanchez 24, led the band of berets in the Island invasion last aug. 30 and told residents they came a to discuss problems of . the invaders brought their own provisions and townspeople also supplied them with food and water. There was no violence during the occupation. The Bottom of the system a he said. A and we will demand immediate a those government officials have been controlling our lives All along. We want them to know we want a self determination for we Are the native people of this land a Bellecourt said. George Mitchell the other aim co director who Heads the Washington office said a crowd of More than 50,000 is planned. He said organizers Hope to include Blacks Chicano and Young people in the gathering. Aim officials say they have More than 30 chapters across the country mostly in the Midwest and West. Indians claiming aim affiliation have staged protests in recent years including disruption of a festival in Flagstaff Ariz. This summer. They claimed dances performed there were degrading to Indian religion. Company fined $250,000 for polluting . Air Wani Savini leu a a i Aik. Racine savings does More for your Money than any other savings and loan association in Racine i i \ a .,3. Cry Cagle Avilles up loan association serving Racine better since 1891

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