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Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Anderson, Indiana Nixon voices . Plea for peaceful us., soviet Competition United nations . Ai j president Nixon went before the United nations Fri Day with an Appeal to tire soviet Union to join in a peaceful Competition Wilh America la promote world peace and pro Gress. Addressing lie 137-Natioii general Assembly s 23th anniversary session. Nixon Ira Yod Many of lie Ilic United grievous troubles As stemming from the deep differences since world War ii. And tie act of International life As they he said Are thai Hie Competition Between the world s two superpowers must be shifted away from cold gain seeking in order to Lay a base for global Ponce. I would like to Wilh you today not Rualis Mically but realistically not of impossible dreams hut of possible Nixon told tie standing room Only gathering of world envoys and notables. I invited the leaders of the soviet Union to join us in taking tha new he said to join in a peaceful Competition not in the accumulation of arms but in the dissemination of Progress not in the building of missiles but in waging a winning War against hunger acid disease and human misery in our own Conn tries and around the Globe. Let us in elevating he human spirit in fostering respect for Law among nations and in promoting the works of soviet foreign minister an Drei a. Gromyko listened attentively and impassively As Nixon issued his Public bid to Kremlin leaders. But the russian was nonce minimal in talking to news men afterwards. I want to study it thorough Gromyko said. We Are still firmly for the president presumably had delivered a similar Mes Sage o Hie soviet foreign affairs chief during to licit White House meeting thursday. Egypt s foreign minister Mahmoud Hind said we Are 100 per cent for peace but we arc also for peace based on the egyptian said mat Means a full withdrawal of Israel from our territories and the full restoration of the rights of the Turkey s ambassador n Uri Erin said it was a constructive speech and very much at timed Wilh the mainstream of feeling and thought in the commemorative session. Nixon whisked to new York and Back to the White House in an afternoon. Soon after Liis helicopter landed at the Wall helipad he found some vocal admirers. Hard hatted construction workers leaned dizzily from a network of steel that reached up the Anderson Herald pledge a lots Isaace to Ike Flag a tit United Stales of America and to the Republic Lor which it one nation under god India Isiline Itile utterly and for All. Vail. 103, no. Ill Anderson Indiana saturday morning october 24, 1970 Price 10 cents veterans to Parade herenov.7 eleven bands and approximately 60 motorized unit plus color guards floats marching units horse and Pony patrols antique cars and Drill teams comprise a partial list of registered entries for the . 7 vet Erans Day Parade. Plans Are continuing o be developed by the various committees stated Joseph Luarl commander of the Madison county Council of the Ameri can legion. State wide interest is being shown and confirmed commit ments Are being received daily from marching units bands civic and service clubs As Well As Veteran s organizations and governmental dignitaries. Plans for a special memorial service to be held on the South Side of the court House Are also being developed. The service will Start Al . And will be conducted in memory of . Servicemen who have died in Vietnam. Scheduled to appear will be army chaplain Edwin Maas from it. Benjamin Harrison and the Rev. E. J. Chaplain of the american a Cion. Mrs. Betty Coates president of the remembering men in Vietnam club will Lead the processional in the placing of wreaths at the Vietnam Monu ment. The vow auxiliary 2666 the american legion Auxin iary-127 will participate in Tow ceremony. Parents ind families who have lost sons or a disbands will have a special place in the Here Many and Are invited to place wreaths at the Monument. Any other groups or individuals who wish to participate in this phase of the Observance Are invited to get in touch with Max Gellinger chairman of the program comm tree. Other committee members include i frs. Lawrence w. Werner mrs. Charles Marsh and Francis a Pope. A highlight of the memorial St vice will be the appearance of the Delco Rev or Dirc Clion a Saver. S. Fryc Anderson r. Henderson. Alex Andria co chairmen of the Parade committee Are calling another meeting for monday oct. 26, for further reports from the various members of the county wide committee. The meeting will be held at the Hockett Post Home 26 w. 9th St. And will Start at . Laura 0. Bond Parade Secre tary reports that among the Veteran organizations participating Are the Spanish Ameri can War world War 1 Barracks and the veterans of foreign wars. Women s marching units will Fomil twin 2. Column i in the Herald today Anhof srm Madison county Irta 3 editorials opinion and 4 5 Acront on 7 Madison Fri has and Martim rights twin fim bin games Narf sports pages 11-11 comic n4 daily be itus a pages 14 Mali Market ii Clits fied n or Cmuk ii. Cloudy Tawf May who re Mart la wort the Nett Ike Inri Schwert 11 e. I i f Tiki Itten eem tour inf dec Var. Partly Ekly Ini Tetter Clady it Mic ii Imp Aratare Chufe Sih Huy. Emliy 55-tl Lew Tel Jet Hick tit raw Sim Hiffa a Merfey m 44 plan reception Pat Nixon will visit Anderson wednesday Hail from the chief president m. Ensor be o uni Jeh notions opening session in new Yoffy Friday halted flip Moln Ronde briefly to answer fhe Waves anew cheers of hardhat Tion workers from Llie building under construction High above. Official confirmation was received Friday following earlier reports in the Anderson Herald that mrs. Richard m. Mxon wow make an appearance Here oct. 28 supporting the senatorial Campaign of Richard l. Route flush Nobles Lluc. And the re election Campaign of 10th District Cong. David w. Dennis. President Nixon in an address at fori Wayne last tuesday had urged election of Roudebush to the Senate and reelection of rep. Dennis. A third member of he a inn s first family his daughter Tricia will also visit Indiana . 1 hut no schedule was announced by l. Kyuh h Ilen gop National committee Man who made Ibe official announcement of mrs Nixon s trip to Anderson. Republican county chairman Myron Seth cart Savici announce ment was made after Rulen a native of Pendleton. Received confirmation from the White in Jse Friday. Say Lierl said the wife of the president will arrive no the Anderson municipal Airport about o . In oct. In after earlier appearance at a number of meetings and political gatherings in it Panapolis. Reyben said full plans or the round of act Viljas hero Honor ing the nation s first lady have not been completed hut indicated that committees Are working around the clock to get arrangements Complete. A to or caravan will at the Airport and move to Down Lawn Anderson to the municipal building where tentative plans Call for a Public reception Aboul . Preliminary i a n s indicate hat mrs. Nixon governor and mrs. Edgar d. Whitcomb con Gressman and mrs. Richard l. Ilo Debush and congressman and airs. David w. Dennis mayor and mrs. J. F. Flanagan and other Republican party leaders will he in the receiving line. Seyb ii said the reception would be planned in such a manner thai thousands of an Derson and Madison county Aida citizens would have an Opportunity to meet the first lady the visit by mis. Nixon Here wednesday will Mark second time in less than a year Anri third time in four years that members of the Nixon family have come to Anderson. Last . A the youngest suspect arraigned in slaying of five Cruz Calif. Cap a shaggy bearded Young Lon charged with he. Mcl hotly Cal murder persons in an isolated mansion monday was arraigned Friday afternoon under tight Security by officers fearful of Community reaction. John Iii Lcy 2-i. Was peacefully Friday morn ing As he slept in a Shack Only a half mile from the scene of the . To was booked at he Santa Cicin y Tail while Muntu were gather it a Only two blocks away of four of the victim s. They were or. Victor m. Ohla. 45, 3 prominent Eye sur Geon his wife Virginia. -13, and sons Derrick 12, and to gnarl 11. The fifth victim the doctor s Sec Dary mrs. Dorothy Cadwallader 3ii, was buried thurs Day. The sheriff s office and focal police called on officers from Cui nearby to patrolling of the entire area As Frazier was taken in a windowless White Van the three blocks from the jail to he municipal court. About 20 reporters and 30 spectators a to were admitted were first painstakingly searched and the rest of the building was evacuated. Tile slightly built Frazier wearing leg Irons but no hand cuffs looked slowly around the room nodding Wuh a Trace of a smile. Asked if his name u John Linley fraziei1, he whispered asked if he is known by any , he dimly re plied 1x0." Public defender Gary billion entered a. Plea of innocent to he five counts of no Ducr. Judge Donald 0. May set a preliminary hearing for 10 . Del. 23, refusing the District attorney s motion for an additional Day to Lake the Case to the grand jury. Then Frazier still Wilh i slight Sun be was Leif bail o jail. He was shoeless and woj e White prison socks and a Blue prison coverall instead of the rough clothing and ankle Bools in which he was dist. Ally. Peter Chang or. Lold newsmen information from three unidentified hippie a plea if Ivan to Pegi 3. Cifuni 7 . A Fin req shia to release generals Moscow a the . Embassy renewed Friday ifs re quest to the soviet government o release two . Generals a major and a turkish colonel detained in soviet Armenia since wednesday when heir plane landed after going Over the so Viet turkish Border. An embassy spokesman said no response has been received from the soviet foreign minis try to his or a formal request to see the . Officers. Under a .-Soviel agree ment. Soviet authorities Are required to permit a Consul to see any citizen detained in this country within four Days of his Aires or detention. The embassy said it asked the Sivie government to expedite departure of Hie plane a six Seal us. And its occupants since its in usion Inlo soviet territory wus clearly a in Washington the stale department said it assumes the soviets will soon release the officers and the plane. Department press officer John King said at a news conference we assume the so government will assist the and aircraft to de part the soviet Union prompt liter in he Day King snid the embassy in Moscow Herf pc Sci cd a Cilc phone Call from the soviet foreign ministry at 6p.m. Moscow Lime saying it hoped o have something Mare Concrete to say after 10 . Lime saturday. The plane landed Al he arme Nian town of Lenin Kan near the Border on wednesday apparently after running Inlo bad weather on a flight Over mountainous territory in Eastern tur key. Occi Ipanis of the plane were maj. Gen. c. D. Or. Lop ranking . Military officer in Turkey his senior assistant Rig. Gen. Claude m. Mcquarrie . Air Force maj. James p. Russell and col. Civ at Denali a turkish escort offi cer. The turkish embassy in mos cow said in had asked for Access to a Cecli. The . Embassy has declined to speculate in suggestions Leaf she plane and its occupants Diphl be used in pressing for the return of to soviet air Plune hijackers now being held in Turkey. Tue. Soviet r it eign ministry has been noncommittal in ils Sla Emonts. Saying Only dial the intrusion Inlo Sovil Ler Tilory is under investigation. The plane landed in an area normally closed to foreigners. The most recent Case of an american military officer being detained in the soviet Union was in july 1969, when a two Man sports plane sprayed Over to Fogt 3, Cal Man i goblins to March in annual halloween Parade Here thursday a crowns Queen Viet tic Hordi Anderson senior from Indianapolis Woi crowned 1970 Homecoming Queen Friday by Carol rec Hardtop fail Queen. Mia Richards will reign Vitrac s Homecoming Titi visits this which includes a Alhatt get against Indiana control today Herald photo by Joe Sayi the annual halloween Parade for All elementary age ghosts and has been set for thursday ocl. 29, Al the East Side of Mounds mall and will Start Al 7 . The annual event is sponsored jointly by the an Derson auxiliary police and Law locals 662 and 663. The auxiliary police color guard will head up the Parade and will be followed by Parade marshals Howard l. Ring and Sammy Terry. Terry is a Spe Cial guest and is also the Host of Nightmare. The arc ring is Anderson s pos Masler. The Anderson High Rand will provide the marching music and will be followed by children in All types sizes styles and colors of costumes. Judging of Hie contest will be Corx fucked Iti tilt mall for Chil Dren ranging in age from one through twelve years. A first second and third prize will be awarded or the most Beautiful most comical and most original costume. Five children in each age group will also receive honorable mention. Committee members in charge n the Parade include Howard Law fun jr., chairman James Mitchell Willie Gosha Donald Harney Robert a. Rhea. George 0. Jones and Robert All of the auxiliary police. Larry Davis and Rob Thorn Hurt . Local w2 and Joe Armstrong and Dick Marsh of Law local 663. Children 13 years of age anti Over May participate in the Parade but they will not be judged and will not be eligible or a prize. Madison Heights Queen Dionne who was crowned Queen of the Madison Heights High school Rome come no at pirate Field last Nigrim s shown a raft her escort Jim Ball team joined the Teil Ivil i by pasting High school to 12. Herald photo by Joe Tayi mrs. Nixon Dennis schedule heavy rep. David w. Dennis of Rich mond. Indiana s Joth District congressman is planning to concentrate much of the remaining Lime before the . 3 election in Madison and Delaware coun ties the heaviest voter concentration area of the seven county Felrice. Til Usu counties combined have More than a Quarter of a million people and both Dennis Ami his opponent Phil Sharp of Elwood Are making a political Battle ground of the two coun ties. Dennis campaigning in ran Dolph and Wayne counties and will appear on a Channel 8 Tele vision program today and win be Back on a Channel 6 pro Gram sunday about 4 . Fol lowing a network pro football broadcast. Monday the Hoosier lawmaker will Campaign in Henry coun by and on tuesday he will make appearances in Richmond be fore coming to Anderson for afternoon talks and a speaking engagement with the Madison county women s Republican club Al the Home of mrs r. J. Ellis. 112 w. Whetstone re. At . Where mrs. Al Mccol Loum and mrs. ,1. E. Moore will serve As co hostesses and mrs Clifford Vance will preside. Old or Republican candidates Are also expected to attend. Is wednesday morning or Dennis will hold a series of Short visits Wilh constituents in Muncie and Elwood and in the Lale a croon he Wilt be in an Derson Wilh gop senatorial candidate rep. Richard l. Ride Bush gov. Whitcomb and oth ers for a Public reception Hon Oring mrs. Richard a Nixon. Rep. And mrs. Dennis will Back in Delaware county Henry county and Wayne county t. . 1, seems like we had a million Causi a Enol i by i we this h. Utility in Fth. 000 0000. A i . I

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