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Tu.-.i iv, Oct. '73 DETROIT FREE PRESS 'j frt'p I n JjfJ . ' I J?! ! 'i ' Innocent Victim Terrifying drama plays itself out in Bangkok Sunday as a janitor looks at rioter-set flames engulfing a downtown building (left), decides not to jump, and is burned to death in view of horrified demonstrators. Later a student places a wreath of flowers in front of the man's charred body. 1 ' :KAA f ' V I . . 'J 0 tJ; 3 Thai Leaders Leave, Rioting Eased BANGKOK (AP) -Three of Thailand's most powerful ' "military leaders, including the ex-premier, left the country Mon-' day! alter two days of bloody demonstrations in the capital " against military rule, the government radio said. The announcement over Radio Thailand was coupled with a declaration by the new civilian premier, Dr. SanyaThammasak, ' that he had reached a compromise agreement with student demonstration leaders. The radio announced that the leaders former Premier Thanom Kittikachorn, Deputy Premier and Field Marshal Pra-phas Charusathien, and Col. Narong Kittikachorn flew to an undisclosed destination in a move to ease the explosive situation in Bangkok. ' Praphas was considered the most powerful man in the mill-.tary ruling group. Narong was the deputy chief of national secu- rity. ; ; A CURFEW WAS LIFTED Monday night and students raced around the city in commandeered cars and buses, appealing to demonstrators to clear the streets and go home. . Seven student leaders, including the head of the powerful national Student Center, went on national television to appeal for an end to the violence. During the day, the city's main police headquarters was stormed and burned by an armed mob in one of numerous clashes with authorities. Several other police stations also were attacked. Complete casualty figures were not available, but a report on the police radio communications network said many police were killed in one skirmish. One doctor said a check of four hospitals listed more tha 185 dead so far. Hundreds have been wounded. Student activists, many wearing red armbands and bandanas, were in virtual control of Bankok on Monday. Police had disappeared from the streets and students controlled traffic at intersections, but turckloads of troops in full battle gear were on alert in the city. Sanya, the former rector of Thammasat University, was lood Is Only Clue to Missing Guard A night watchman for the Bob-Lo Boat Co. was reported missing Monday and Detroit police said the only clue to the Chavez, Teamster Deal Off? MIAMI BEACH - (AP) -AFL-CIO President George Meany indicated Monday tha't the tentative peace agreement with the Teamsters for settling the California farm worker dispute may be falling apart. "Something has happened," Meany said. "We reached an agreement then all of a sudden nothing." In a speech to the AFL-CIO . Maritime Trades Department, he said there had been no con- . tact with the Teamsters since the tentative peace pact was announced Sept. 28 in Washington. ; Efforts to contact the Teamsters have been unsuccessful, he said. MEANY AND Teamsters ; President Frank E. Fitzsim- mons on Sept. 28 disclosed an '"agreement in principle" with United Farm Workers President Cesar Chavez that would ; end" the long and sometimes " violent jurisdictional fight be-, tween the two unions. ,' Details of the agreement were withheld pending examination of the legal language by counsel for Meany and Fitzsimmons. Meany said all that remained was final approval by himself and Fitzsimmons. Meany gave no Indication as to the nature of the problem but said a full report would be made during the AFL-CIO , Convention, which opens here Thursday. IN CALIFORNIA, Chavez said he was unaware of what problem has stalled the signing. i just know they haven't signed. As far as we are con-c e r n e d, we don't have an agreement at this point," he said. Chavez refused to predict whether the. tentative settlement eventually would be signed. A spokesman for the growers, John Giumarra Jr., declined comment but reiterated that table grape growers still considered their farm labor contracts with the Teamsters legally valid. Many growers signed with the Teamsters this year after, their pacts' with the UFW expired. Under the tentative agreement, the Teamsters were to have repudiated contracts signed this year with California grape growers and leave organizing of field hands to Chavez's union. The Teamsters would retain Jurisdiction over all other workers, such as In the canneries, warehouses and pack-. ing sheds. disappearance was a trail of blood leading from his apartment to the Detroit River. Police said the watchman, Vaughn Nicholson, 39, disappeared Sunday night from his one-room apartment over the Bob-Lo ticket office at the foot of Woodward. A trail of bloodstains was found leading from the apartment to the water's edge and police said there was also evidence that a body might have been dragged from the apartment to the water. Skin divers from the police Harbormaster Bureau spent about nine hours dragging the river near the spot Monday but found no body by nightfall. The search was to resume at daylight Tuesday. Nicholson, a native of Hia-wassee, Ga., was last seen alive at 10 p.m. Sunday night by another Bob-Lo employe, Frederick Morin, 62, of 631) Woodward, who reported he was attacked near the Bob-Lo offices by two men who fled after looking at him and saying "This Isn't Vaughn." Morin returned to the apartment at 8:30 a.m. Monday and found the trail of blood. He also told police he saw a third Bob-Lo employe, Roy Lockaby, 46, running from the building when he arrived. Police described Lockaby as Nicholson's roommate at th apartment and said they were searching for him for questioning in the disappearance. Lockaby was described as being 5 feet 9, 145 pounds, and toothless. He has short blond hair. swecr NOTHINGS N RMY SOMGTHING WHN THGV'RG IN h f RGG was HWYhDON 1WkPPV JWECTEST DAY" SWEETMEAT LOVE VOU LWV ' HEIEN, NORMA LEE FROM JUST MS HPV SWEETEST DAY TO MY SWEETIE E. O. J. for $wf(Mst Oav. t m vouri in v;ry wy. . AUNTIE DEE HAPPY SWEETEST OAT - VOUP OTHER TWO SCOTT j TONY sra ocno QO. Sweetest Day belongs to everyone who cares about someone. Share your thoughts with those you love through Free Press Happy Ads on this special day. Making them happy will make you happy. . To place your Sweetest Day Happy Ad call 222-6800 before 4 p.m., Thursday, October 18. $2.00 for 20 words 50c for additional 5 words If you don't know how to word your message, the examples here will help. Words of love are meant to be shared. Detroit ifrecrc$ the action paper ' 0 named by King Bhumipol Adulyadej to replace Thanom, who resigned on Sunday. He promised a new constitution within six months with general elections to follow soon after. A new constitution was one of the student' demands. Thailand has been without one since November, 1971, when Thanom and Praphas placed the country under military rule. Sanya said in a television address that student organizations had pledged their co-operation with his new government. i pi . I WO JIlOl At Taxi Garage Detroit homicide officers are seeking a motive for a shooting at a Checker Cab garage Monday that left two men seriously wounded. According to Sgt. Heinz Schweiger of the homicide section, two men began firing as they entered the office of taxi-cab owner Exavor Giller on the second floor of the garage on Trumbull opposite Tiger 'Stadium. Giller was wounded in the spleen but pursued the gunmen to a nearby stairwell, firing back at them as they ran down the stairs, police said. Henry Jefferson White Jr., 23, of Detroit was found In the stairwell, wounded In the neck and right leg, police said. A revolver was on the f 1 o o r nearby, they said. "At this point, I don't think it was an armed robbery," said Schweiger. "The investigation is continuing." Both Giller and White are In serious condition at Detroit General Hospital. AFTER THE shooting police arrested a man in a telephone booth near the garage. Neither he nor White has been charged, pending further investigation, Schweiger said. Giller owns a small fleet of taxicabs that operate out of the Checker garage. Checker, an association of independent taxicab owners, operates several garages in the city. Auto.tnsiirance is now compulsory in MicEi g&n, If you're an Allstate Auto Policyholder, put your mind at ease."K)ur protection will continue uninterrupted. Allstate has changed your present policy to conform with the new law Recently, you, as an Allstate Policyholder, were mailed the booklet, "Helpful Information About the Michigan No-Fault Law," and a letter explaining how the law affects your Allstate Auto Insurance. You will continue to receive any of Allstate's rates and discounts for which you qualify. In addition, under this new law there are some special new discounts for which you may qualify and some new options which you may select. And you'll continue to be backed by today's most advanced claim service wherever you drive, throughout the U.S. and Canada. The main purpose of no-fault is to guarantee prompt, fair payment for injuries received in auto accidents. The injured party, in most cases, will be paid directly by his own insurance company, no matter who's at fault. AZJ Michigan owners of private passenger cars, and most other motor vehicles, will be required to carry No-Fault Insurance. If you're not an Allstate Auto Policyholder, but wish to have the explanatory booklet or an explanation of Allstate's discounts and options, an Allstate Agent at Sears or the nearest Allstate office will be glad to give you one. And answer any questions you may have about the new NoFault provisions, discounts and options. A YouVe in good hands. mm In Memoriarn 3 IN Invinq mnmnrv r nuf pIcx-aH Hm,- hancl, MHiffr and GMnrfMther. LESLIE S. REED OCTOBER 16. Wl OorxJ ntnht. nlorV.flnt drpms flnrf Inve and miss you Wilp Manon Funeral Directors 10 A. H. PETERS FUNERAL HOME 10705 Mock Avt. 12057 Gratiot Tu-iSWO La-6-700 JEROME A DeSANTIS 2670 Chalmtrif corntr Charlavolx VA-2-5C36 EPPENSANDEWEGHE 150adleuxjtHrper lU-L'WO WM7R. HAMILTON CO. , , . 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Thank yeu far ttie bast two year of my Ufa. Pli-nut. BUCK & ALICE HAPPY 25th YOU'RE THE GREATEST The Don Kremers The Ray Lanes The Bruce Martyns The Paul Pentecosts The George Puscases C. OF D.'s BIG KID HAPPY BIRTHDAY LOVE ANONYMOUS CHUCK Evan ttioogh I'm Mad. I Lava Yeu Heopv Birthday Lov T. J. DEAR TootsT Every word I wrote t vou was true, contact Chuck In navar-never land. Your Sister, Shirley. GAVEN, Vlnce, Joyce, Joa, Kitty, Myra, Nancy, Carl, Paula, Marx, Stave, Esteban, Rita, Elaan, Sue, Dennlsa, Tonl, Santina. . . HELLO I KNOW YOU THANKS. . . L M. GEORGE W.OSBORNE Haoov Birthday to ttia World's Greatest. Baachla, Gwen end Kenny Happy Birthday Carol, I don't mink you're getting crabbier. Katti Happy Birthday, Mom W think you're qettlng better Mike, Jim, Susie, CoMwn Happy Birthday, Carol You're not qettlng older You're lust getting creDOlar Love wiwaysi Jim HAPPY BIRTHDAY SHEILA Bv th wev, this ad will ba tvnnlnq for the next 10 days. Every little dim helps. Sent KERRY You'va only been around ena year, but vou'va com a lonq way babv. Love, Uncle Douqgl Jim, Nancy & Jennifer So glad to hear, thai Kevin's here. THE TRIBE More Congratulations to the STUDENT NURSES 74 HARPER HOSPITAL On The End of Med. Surg. Tha Best Is Yet To Com. GUMBY'S AUNT Luck RELENTLESS Haoov Trails to vou. . . . Until wa meet again. . . .1 Rosemarle "Sweet Talk" for Sweetest Day Sat., Oct. 20th Me for vou, vou for m . . . That's the way, It's meant to ba And with a feeling of love in stronaj I know for sura wa can't ba wron. The height of tha heaven The depth of the sea Couldn't compare what You've meant to ma Roses era red, violets blue, Haopy Sweetest Day, I lova you. 4 LINES-ONLY $2 CALL 222-6800 Lost and Found 20 BEAGLE, black and white mala, lost Blln-I2th St. Wearing brown collar. Reward. 665-1616. FEMALE doq, belae 1 white w-blk. nose, brown ayes, Host Daarbom , Hgts. Children's pat. Rew. 278-9337. FOUND: wht shaqqy doa, 1 brn ear, Tele-VanBorn area. 729-4395. FOUND: Sat. stray female Beeqle, blk-whlte, brwn. head, vie. Michigan Ave.-32nd St., wearing red collar, $22-6345, Livonia. HAVE YOU LOST SOMETHING? DID YOU FIND SOMETHING? A Friendly Free Press Ad Will Help, Call Miss Day 222-6635 LOST-Grev female poodle, Thurs. PM, -Vic. Greanlawn W. McNIchols area. Aoprox. 10 in. Heloht, 5 vrs. ens, "Peanuts". Red collar. Gen. RE-WARD. 533-4063. LOST-BLACK MALE POODLE Wood-ward-9 Mile, child's pet, reward, 543-0791. LOST Black and whit Doodle with ' name tag. Answer to Molly. Re ward. Cafl 861-7824, LOST: mala cat, short-haired, dark, long leqs, part Siamese. Leash & collar. Nr. Ford Hospital. 873-1989. Re-ward. LOST John R and State Fair area. Small male dog, husky built. Colli fur and color. Answers to "Ha's.'1 Reward. Call 642-3918. LOST Parakeet, Mu breast, striped wnqs. 366-7V85. Reward. LOST: Oct. 8, Husky-Shepherd, Cner mers-Warren area. Rwd. Blk. wTm wht. chest & paws. 8B5-7808. LOST Yorkshire oudos. 9 mo, old, about 3 lbs, blk, tan paws, straved from home on Valley Creak Rd. Far-mington Hills. Sha Is very III and needs car. REWARD. - An to Mufty. 474-9187. $100 REWARD - for Info tdlnq to recovery of mad. sl2 blk. and wht, shorthalr fern, dog, wht. tip tall and 532-1094 anytime. i

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